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Some quick affirmations you can repeat or listen to when you're feeling stressed.
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Affirmations For Stress With Kerry
Kerry Kalu • Ep 2
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Affirmations For Stress With Kerry
Affirmations For Stress With Kerry
Kerry Kalu • Ep 2 • 01:08

Stress frequently finds a way into our busy, fast-paced lives, leaving us feeling tight and overwhelmed. Affirmations are a straightforward and effective strategy that can offer relief, so do not be alarmed. Affirmations are encouraging remarks that we repeat to ourselves in an effort to quiet and center our minds.

Take a minute to pause when you feel your stress levels rising, breathe deeply, and repeat affirmations that speak to you. Say something like, "I am calm and composed," "I am in control of my reactions," or "I release tension and embrace peace." By doing this, we refocus our attention on stress-producing ideas and guide them toward a more tranquil and positive view.

Include affirmations in your everyday routine to turn them into a powerful habit. Affirmations can help reduce stress levels all day long when repeated at peaceful times in the morning or right before bed. Adopting the positive power of affirmations can help you find a powerful tool to manage stress and live a more peaceful and balanced existence.


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- [Kerry Kalu] - Stress is hard on the mind and body, but just because you're experiencing it, doesn't mean it has to get you down. Repeat these 10 affirmations to help you regulate and calm down. I'm safe and at peace, I'm not in harm's way. I can choose to respond in a positive way. My future is bright and my past is behind me. Things are neither good nor bad, they just are. I can feel the stress flowing out of me as I slow down and focus on my breath. I can get through anything with the health of my higher power. With each breath, I let go of my stress. I will overcome this stressful situation. As I turn toward God, my anxiety turns to patience. I'm in charge of my mind, but it won't be in charge of me. Come back to these affirmations anytime you need a quick boost. You're gonna be okay.

Watching Now
Affirmations For Stress With Kerry
Affirmations For Stress With Kerry
Kerry Kalu • Ep 2 • 01:08

Stress frequently finds a way into our busy, fast-paced lives, leaving us feeling tight and overwhelmed. Affirmations are a straightforward and effective strategy that can offer relief, so do not be alarmed. Affirmations are encouraging remarks that we repeat to ourselves in an effort to quiet and center our minds.

Take a minute to pause when you feel your stress levels rising, breathe deeply, and repeat affirmations that speak to you. Say something like, "I am calm and composed," "I am in control of my reactions," or "I release tension and embrace peace." By doing this, we refocus our attention on stress-producing ideas and guide them toward a more tranquil and positive view.

Include affirmations in your everyday routine to turn them into a powerful habit. Affirmations can help reduce stress levels all day long when repeated at peaceful times in the morning or right before bed. Adopting the positive power of affirmations can help you find a powerful tool to manage stress and live a more peaceful and balanced existence.


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- [Kerry Kalu] - Stress is hard on the mind and body, but just because you're experiencing it, doesn't mean it has to get you down. Repeat these 10 affirmations to help you regulate and calm down. I'm safe and at peace, I'm not in harm's way. I can choose to respond in a positive way. My future is bright and my past is behind me. Things are neither good nor bad, they just are. I can feel the stress flowing out of me as I slow down and focus on my breath. I can get through anything with the health of my higher power. With each breath, I let go of my stress. I will overcome this stressful situation. As I turn toward God, my anxiety turns to patience. I'm in charge of my mind, but it won't be in charge of me. Come back to these affirmations anytime you need a quick boost. You're gonna be okay.


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