Overcome Something That’s Bothering You With These 8 Affirmations

It sucks to be stuck on something negative. It takes up your time, energy, and happiness. You can’t be fully present and enjoy the moment. That’s why it’s important to overcome something that’s bothering you as quickly as you can. The release will help you feel a million times better. Following are some affirmations that can help you overcome something that’s bothering you.

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1. I Let Go Of Things I Can’t Change

If you don’t use any other affirmation to overcome something that’s bothering you, make sure you at least use this one.

You know you can’t go back into the past and change something. Right? So why bother wishing it had been different? No matter how hard you wish, pray, or beg, you are not going to change something that has happened in the past.

The affirmation, ‘I let go of things I can’t change’ is so important to move on, staying present, and creating a better future. It helps you refocus your attention on what you CAN do, which feels much better than focusing on what you can’t.

This affirmation will make you feel more powerful and in control. It will also help you let go and forgive things that have happened in the past.

2. I Have A Lot Of Power Over The Moment

You may not be able to change what happened, but you do have a lot of power over this moment. You can choose what you want to do or say. And, you can choose the direction you want to go.

When you start to affirm to yourself that your power lies in the present, you will be more in tune with the present and what you can do to create the best outcome possible moving forward.

3. I Choose Peace And Joy In Life

When you are willing to let go of something that’s bothering you, you are willing to let go of the pain and suffering that holding onto it brings. And then peace and joy are allowed to fill up your space as you focus on better things.

Each time you find yourself going back to something that is bothering you, affirm that you choose peace and joy in life and refuse to focus on something that brings you pain and suffering.

4. I Am Strong Enough To Overcome Something That’s Bothering Me

Holding onto past things is a sign of weakness. You are letting the past – past people, experiences, and situations – control your present.

You are powerful in the moment and weak when you are living in the past.

Recognize your strength in letting go. Visualize yourself as someone who is strong enough to overcome things from the past and move forward, and then affirm it to yourself.

5. I Learn From Past Experiences And Move On

Sometimes it’s very important to acknowledge what happened and learn from it. This is a good affirmation to help you acknowledge what happened, take a lesson from it, and move on.

When you find yourself focused on something that’s bothering you, acknowledge it happened, see if you can find a lesson learned from it, and then put a plan into place so that you don’t waste that lesson.

For instance, if you just broke up with someone and feel like you were mean or insensitive during the breakup, acknowledge that you didn’t handle it well, take the lesson that it feels better to be compassionate and gentle with someone when breaking up, and then move forward with the intention to be more compassionate and gentle if you ever need to break up with someone again.

6. I’ve Got Better Things To Do Today Then Relive The Past

You could waste today focused on the past, OR you could do things that help you move towards your goals in life – or, at the very least, make you happy!

Today is offering you a chance to experience new things, do things that make you feel good, relax, explore, create, and so much more. Take advantage of today and use your time wisely. Do better things than sitting around reliving the past.

7. I Reach Out For Help When I Need To

Sometimes it’s hard to overcome something that’s bothering you. You can’t let it go, no matter what you try, and it keeps you in a state of unhappiness that you don’t want to be in anymore. That’s when it’s time to reach out.

If you talk to your doctor, you will find that they can recommend various mental health avenues for you that could help you work through the struggle and come out better than before. I know a woman who is 70-years-old and is just starting to reach out for the mental health options available. She has been unable to overcome many things bothering her, despite trying different therapies by herself. Now, she feels better than she has in years just because she has reached out and started talking about things.

Of course, you can also get online and join a group where you feel comfortable talking about your issue and receiving answers. That may be enough to help you overcome something that you’ve been struggling with for a while.

But it’s important to remember that if you can’t come through something on your own, reach out for help. Affirm to yourself that your mental health and happiness is more important than anything, so if you are unable to solve things on your own, then you must find someone who can help you.

8. I Forgive Easily

Forgiving others, yourself, and everything else is important to overcome something that’s bothering you. Forgiveness helps you let go and move on. But, it’s not easy to forgive. Forgiveness takes practice.

If you want to make this affirmation a hardcore belief quickly, start working on forgiveness. I recommend working through something like Iyanla Vanzant’s 21 days to forgive everything. It will help you tackle situations in all areas of your life that are bothering you and you want to move on from.

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