The Power Of I Am

I’m an angel, I’m a devil, I am sometimes in between. I’m as bad as it can get and good as it can be. Sometimes I’m a million colors, sometimes I’m black and white. I am all extremes. Try to figure me out, you never can. There’s so many things I am.

I am special. I am beautiful. I am wonderful, and powerful, unstoppable. Sometimes I’m miserable. Sometimes I’m pitiful. But that’s so typical of all the things I am.

I’m someone filled with self-belief, I’m haunted by self-doubt. I’ve got all the answers, I’ve got nothing figured out. I like to be by myself, I hate to be alone. I’m up and I am down. But that’s part of the thrill, part of the plan. Part of all of the things I am

I am special. I am beautiful. I am wonderful, and powerful, unstoppable. Sometimes I’m miserable. Sometimes I’m pitiful. But that’s so typical of all the things I am.

I’m a million contradictions. Sometimes I make no sense. Sometimes I’m perfect, sometimes I’m a mess. Sometimes I’m not sure who I am.

I am special. I am beautiful. I am wonderful, and powerful, unstoppable. Sometimes I’m miserable. Sometimes I’m pitiful. But that’s so typical of all the things I am.

I am special. I am beautiful. I am wonderful, and powerful, unstoppable. Sometimes I’m miserable. Sometimes I’m pitiful. But that’s so typical of all the things I am.

But that’s so typical of all the things I am.

What do you Happiers do when your “good” isn’t good enough? Just listening to Get It Right sung by Rachel Berry from Glee, and it got me thinking and wondering what is your mentality or method/strategy with your experiences in self worth?

How do you channel that emotion, feeling, negative thinking and un-sourced logic attached to it and turn it into a positive or letting it strength you? How do you get past the feelings of self worth: not feeling good enough? What things do you tell yourself? What quotes have you followed, lived up to and inspired yourself as a living example of the inspiration with coping with negative feelings of self worth?

The sensation of never feeling good enough or pretty enough will always be there. It’s a constant dialogue, and you just learn to be more powerful than the other voice. When you hear it come up, you shut it down. Shirley Manson

Mental health matters to me because without it, no human being including myself would be healthy as well as all that comes with the whole subject of mental health overall. Emotional intelligence and other parts of the mental health subject, helps us maintain and control our emotions in healthy ways to look, respond and cope with stressful, anxious, full of emotion; situations.

While preventing humans from making regrets and making the situation worse than it currently was in the beginning. And I can’t imagine my life without it now that I’ve come to a point in my life and recovery to add that it has changed me for the better in all the ways I wanted change, because it was within me to change myself in the right ways that I wanted myself, and on my own terms, inspiration and decisions.

We both are given labels and labels we give ourselves. But the only ones that really matter are the ones that we give ourselves. Regardless of what labels society gives us along with all the expectations and standards, no label that we don’t give ourselves or are given by others, should not impact or affect how we look at ourselves!

No matter what label is thrown your way – only you can define yourself. – Bianca, The Duff

My Morning Affirmations

“Today is an incredible day! Success, Prosperity, and Abundance, in many different forms have naturally found their way into my life today. I gratefully enjoy their manifestations throughout my day and happily share these blessings of abundance with many others in order to bring happiness to their day as well.”

  • I am happy
  • I am healthy
  • I am wealthy
  • I am loved
  • I am secure
  • I am worthy
  • I am positive
  • I am blessed
  • I am grateful
  • I am beautiful
  • I am confident
  • I am courageous
  • I am excited about today.

I was bullied too. The sad part is that I never remembered it happening in the first place. I didn’t find out till about a year or so ago. After I found that out, I kept thinking that part of what happened was my fault. I also felt like a failure, hopeless, hurt both physically and mentally. Mentally = I did a couple reckless (didn’t care – thought about it before but didn’t care or worry about my health and what I should’ve done to fight it or deal with it as a part of my past).

They were quite hurtful both physically and mentally. At the time I had no control at all while I did those reckless things from two things from my past that hurt me more than I had ever thought to where no one even noticed. I made one of those reckless mistakes at my high school’s fitness center. There were some teachers there but never noticed by my body language and face expressions or pain for that matter.

I sometimes think back to those times. I would think that I was really hurting and pain like that can make you do reckless things and not caring about anything in the world. (health, people who can help you heal from pain… Children’s help line I think it’s called). Anyway, my point is I eventually stopped thinking those negative thoughts of any that could effect me like I explained before.

I would like to point out that I found help even though I had no intentions at all of getting any help for what I went through. Not just that but other bad and unforgettable memories. After I felt a lot better. The help I got, helped me get rid of any negative thoughts for good. And replacing them with positive along with confidence, strength, power, courage and more. And that has helped me stay as far away from completely losing my real/true self that I am today.

Since then, I have always been positive and have not once had any negative thoughts that I had over my past… We all know that bullying have power to which succeeds in making us feel the pain from their words and actions and also we, victims feel powerless, weak, in pain/agony. I guess from what I had experienced with bullying I’ve learned if it ever happens to me again, I will know what to do.

Stay strong and fight against the bully by telling them to stop even though no matter what they say or do to me will never hurt me. Nothing can and never will. Pain like that, we have the choice of how we react to it. Negative or positive. We, victims have the right to fight against the bullies. And can have more power in this kind of situation.

Between the bully and us victims, we can have more power over them. Believe in yourself and use your confidence and such to make them stop and realize what they have and are doing is wrong and how is effects us all. Not what they get out of it but how it affects us and what happens in the end. Commit suicide…

Words can do a lot. Choose them wisely! Negative words always hurt no matter how you choose them. Think before your actions and words. That can do so much. That’s all we victims and the rest of the world ask of all the bullies out there! Be strong! Be confident. Be heard. Be proud.

You Are Who god Says You Are

Romans 4 says to “call the things that are not as though we were.” That simply means that you shouldn’t talk about the way you are. Talk abotu the way you want to be. If you’re struggling in your finances, don’t go around saying, “Oh, man, business is so slow. The economy is so donw. It’s never going to work out.” That’s calling things that are as if they will always be that way. That’s just describing the situation. By faith you have to say, “I am blessed. I am successful. I am surrounded by God’s Favor.”

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