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When life gets tough sometimes we need to practice positive affirmations. I’ve compiled a lost of the best positive affirmations for divorced moms. If you haven’t ever heard of practicing positive affirmations  you can check out 100 positive affirmations for moms and positive affirmations for working moms.

25 Positive Affirmations for moms who are going through a divorce. #quotes #affirmations #singlemomselfcare #mentalhealth

Positive Affirmations for Divorced Moms

I don’t know where you’re at in your life’s journey. Maybe your marriage is slipping away and divorce seems inevitable. Maybe you’re through the legal part of divorce and are walking through the valley of change that comes with a separated marriage. Wherever you’re at in your journey, I know that it’s more difficult than most of us could ever understand. I do know that positive affirmations work. I’ve been practicing positive affirmations since I was 12-years-old and it works.

How do you practice positive affirmations?

A positive affirmation is more than a good quote. Have you ever heard someone say, “Speak it out into the universe and it’ll come true?” That’s what a positive affirmation is, although it’s not the universe making it happen. It’s you. From TheLawOfAttraction.com, “the definition of affirmations (sometimes called ‘self-affirmations’) is using ‘positive sentences that you repeat to yourself’ to build up self-belief in the subconscious mind.”

Steps to practice positive affirmations:

  • Stand in-front of a mirror and look yourself in the eyes.
  • Say your affirmation out loud three to five times.
  • Take your time and think about the words you’re saying.
  • When you’re done, take some deep breathes and look at yourself squarely in the the eyes again.

Sure, this may feel awkward but I promise it works. Your mind is a powerful thing, trust the process.

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Positive Affirmations for Divorce

  1. Everything is happening as it should be.
  2. I am grateful for the relationship I had with my former partner.
  3. I choose to be happy and hopeful even though it may seem too difficult.
  4. It’s okay to feel lost at times this is only a temporary situation.
  5. I am a beautiful person. Inside and out.
  6. I am working hard to better myself physically, emotionally, and financially.
  7. I am learning to laugh more.
  8. I am learning to trust again, by first trusting myself, my own good judgment and gut instincts.
  9. I am learning to be less of a perfectionist with myself and others.
  10. I am learning to forgive my own shortcomings.
  11. I am learning to be more tolerant of other opinions (political and otherwise).
  12. I am learning to be more forgiving of imperfections (real or imagined) in others.
  13. If I do nothing today besides hug my kids, then I’ve done enough.
  14. I’m not the perfect mother, but I’m exactly the one my children need.
  15. Being a good mom takes courage, and today I’m feeling brave.
  16. There’s value in showing my kids my vulnerability.
  17. Not loving every moment of motherhood doesn’t mean I don’t love being a mom.
  18. My heart is healing.
  19. I am fully capable of being alone right now and I’m okay with it.
  20. I am a good person with a lot to offer.
  21. Divorce is not the end of the road.
  22. Change is the only constant and I will move through this with grace and ease.
  23. I have an opportunity now to create the life I want.
  24. I can navigate a new business relationship with my ex as co-parents and in legal negotiations. We can function as partners, if not spouses or lovers.
  25. I choose to put my children first and help them to have a stable home life.
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