Self-Love Prompts is a series I started after creating a list of 50 self-love writing prompts. People like you select a prompt that speaks to them, work on it, and send me their response so I can share it with you guys!
We’re continuing on this series with Graham of Graham Gardiner Photography. I’m excited to have her contributing to this series by answering the prompt, “If I Could Give My Teenage Self Some Advice, I Would Tell Her…”
Write A Pep Talk To Give Yourself The Next Time You Feel Sad, Upset, Or Full Of Doubt
Hey. If you’re reading this, it’s probably one of those nights. You feel sad and confused and unsatisfied. You feel pathetic and helpless.
Guess what? You are okay.
You are so loved. You have family and friends who try to understand. You are innately kind. You are wonderfully curious.
You are worthy.
You are enough.
And guess what? People actually like you. It’s not an act. You’re not awkward. Let yourself go. Laugh. Eat. Cry. Love.
You are brave and strong.
Remember… Things are always better in the morning.
Love yourself, G.
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What would your pep talk to yourself say? Share in the comments below!
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