The chitchat that goes on in your head can make you the most powerful or most harmful person in your life!
Did you know…
70% of the thoughts we have each day are the SAME as the ones we had the day before, so if you are putting yourself down today, the chances are you did it yesterday and you’ll do it tomorrow!
Ditch that bitch!!!
Would you let your friends tell you you’re
Would you let your daughter talk to herself like that?
Would you ask the opinion of someone who constantly told you “your bum looks HUGE in that”?
Give that bitch a talking to!
Tell her you’re over, she is no longer welcome in your head & it time she shut up!
Make a pact that you are going to be your own best friend.
You are taking control from now on.
Hold your own hand & guide yourself to a positive and supportive script in your head.
It may seem strange at first, silly even, but hey, it’s in your head, nobody needs to know apart from your new best friend, & she is with you all the way!
She will be patient and encouraging whilst you slowly but surely change.
If you have a BITCH in your head she is going to need squashing and as any woman knows most bitches don’t go down without a fight!
At the start of each day I want you to give yourself at least 1 complement that you will repeat throughout the day.
Especially when the BITCH starts piping up, which she will but as soon as you notice I want you to silence her with the words…
Followed by your complement.
You can start with your hair, your taste in clothes, your skin, your sense of humour….. anything.
If you are struggling, think of what a friend or loved one says about you.
Now, if going from
“You’re so fat no-one wants to see you wearing that”
“You looked fantastic today, your legs looked amazing in that skirt”
… then singing Donna Summers ‘Hot Stuff’ at the top of your voice is a bit too much, I understand!
Just take it slowly, BUT DO IT!
Think of 4-5 words you will replace your trash talk with and then repeat to yourself.
I am a kind person that people want to know!
I am enough.
I deserve to be treated right.
What words will you use?
Keep a list!