Wish you could believe in yourself, even in the face of criticism or doubt from others?
Feeling hesitant about your decisions is normal after abuse. Your abuser had total control for a long time. It’s logical that confidence is hard to find after the attacks you faced.
This list of 25 confidence affirmations can get you to a place of self-empowerment, even after your trauma. The impact it has on your life won’t stop you from becoming powerful and capable.
There’s one important note to mention before this list, though.
Affirmations, when used properly, are incredibly powerful tools for healing after abuse. But, you need to be in the right mental space for them to really make an impact. You need to have cleared some weeds before there’s room for these confidence affirmations to take root.Over time, with persistence and repetition, you’ll notice your thought patterns changing. Click To Tweet
Watch this video—it explains the basics. Then check out the list and pick a few of your favorite confidence affirmations to start using!
(You can also scroll to the bottom of the page and watch the embedded video there!)
- I am capable of living the life of my dreams.
- I can stand up for my boundaries with ease.
- I believe in myself.
- I can set the boundaries I need to with all people in my life.
- I am confident in my decisions.
- All my decisions bring me closer to the life I want to live.
- I will always make the right choices for my happiness.
- I feel my inner power grow every day.
- I am capable of being assertive and standing up for all my needs.
- I will accomplish all the goals I’ve set in my life.
- I will find people who love me for who I am.
- I radiate confidence.
- I am who I was meant to be.
- I can become the person I dream of being.
- I am perfect for this world, just as I am right now, today.
- Success will always come to me when I am authentic.
- I am capable of making myself happy.
- I will be more successful and joyous than I can even fathom.
- I have the ability to accomplish my greatest dreams.
- My story constantly inspires people around me.
- I will remained dedicated to my healing, even in the face of adversity.
- I am worthy of goodness.
- I have the ability to change my story and redefine my future.
- I am unlimited in what I can accomplish.
- I am always capable of speaking my authentic truth.
Every time that you see, think, or meditate on one of these confidence affirmations, it is integrating itself into your subconscious. Over time, with persistence and repetition, you’ll notice your thought patterns changing. You’ll start to believe in yourself and your abilities more.
There is other work needed to feel truly empowered after abuse—but the confidence affirmations are a great tool to use in this journey.
Before you go, I’d love to hear from you! Which one listed above is the most meaningful for you? Leave a comment below. <3
Here’s that video on how to properly use these confidence affirmations. Hope you find it handy!