Last week was all about love, but that’s not always the case. What do you do when you experience hate? If someone says something hateful to you, do you internalize it and believe it? Do you tell yourself something different? It doesn’t really matter what you say in response to them, but it does matter what you think about and tell yourself. When you experience hate, here are some things to say to yourself to combat that hate.
You will never be anything.
You don’t work hard.
You have it easy.
You can’t keep a job.
You are socially awkward.
You are hateful.
You are mean.
You always play the victim.
You are a burden.
You are nothing.
You are selfish.
You are ugly.
You don’t do that.
You are boring.
You are so annoying.
You have dead eyes.
You don’t smile.
You are a bitch.
Why don’t you just leave?
I have already made something of myself.
I work harder than you can imagine.
I have been through a hell you can’t imagine, and I am still here.
I go where I please and work where I am needed.
I don’t need to know and talk to everyone I encounter.
I have so much love that you need to earn.
I have boundaries that don’t suit you, but I stick to them.
I am a survivor who accepts that what happened was wrong.
I am worth it.
I am everything.
I am not a doormat.
I am beautiful in a way that keeps me true to myself.
I do what doesn’t comprise my soul.
I don’t have a need to be like everyone else.
I am a surprise you never would have expected.
I let down my guard around those who respect me.
I share my joy when I want to.
I am a badass boss bitch who you can’t control.
I will go when I am ready and won’t come back. Success takes work.
I am me. You don’t know me.