Affirmations can be a powerful tool in your tool box especially when you are going through any type of change in your life. Your mind affects your actions far more than any other physical part of your body. The internal dialogue that you have with yourself is likely full of negative reinforcing thoughts especially when you are going through a difficult time or a life change like the ending of a relationship in the form of a divorce and the restructuring of a family.
An affirmation is a short powerful statement that allows you to consciously be in control of your thoughts. It is stating something as a truth and training your mind to believe it as truth. You may be wondering what affirmations has to do with the legal aspect of your case. Your legal case is a journey that you are taking. It can feel like your life is on hold during that time, but it really isn’t. Your life is moving forward. Carrying the affirmations throughout your case will assist you in changing your mindset, it will change how your approach your case and your ex and will help in overcoming obstacles during your case. If it takes 21 days to create a habit, then spend the next 21 days reading the below affirmations to yourself. You will be surprised how this self-care technique permeates to every aspect of your life, including during your divorce, child support or child custody matter.
- I am fully capable of handling this time in my life.
- I am fully capable of making legal decisions and directing my attorneys.
- I am capable of making healthy decisions for my personal evolvement.
- Whenever I need them my attorneys meet my needs.
- I am a good person with a lot to offer
- I have a bright future ahead of me
- I am not embarrassed or ashamed of my divorce
- I forgive myself for all the hurtful things I said and did out of anger to my ex
- I forgive my ex for all the hurtful things they said or did out of anger
- All relationships are an opportunity for me to learn and grow
- I have an opportunity now to create the life I want.
- I am excited to master new skills and to have time for myself.
- Divorce is a path to a new beginning.
- I am happy to be released from a relationship that no longer serves me.
- I let go of feelings of hate and anger that do not serve me.
- I am mindful of my emotions and calmly observe them throughout the legal process.
- I can handle being a single parent.
- All of my legal matters are only temporary.
- It is my decision whether I want to go to Court.
- I am grateful and secure in the knowledge that everything will be okay.
For more information on how we counsel our clients through their legal matters, contact Juliana Gaita, P.A. by phone, text or email at 561-869-3703