The more we believe in ourselves, the farther we can go. When we have confidence in our capabilities, it motivates us to push further and achieve our goals.
Embrace Positive Self-Talk
Giving ourselves constant support by practicing positive self-talk can help remind us just how talented and special we are.
Positive phrases like “I am good enough” or “I am strong” can give us that extra confidence boost to take on the day and work on our goals.
Focus On Self-Trust
Yes – it is important to trust others. But we can’t forget to trust ourselves.
There is no one out there who knows you as well as you know yourself. You know what you can and can’t handle. You know what you can achieve if you set your mind to it.
When in doubt, follow your inner compass and know it will guide you in the right direction.
Ask Yourself Questions
What do you love about yourself?
What accomplishments are you proud of?
How would you describe yourself to other people?
Reflecting on your strengths regularly can be a helpful way to see all that you’ve done and continue to do.
Is Your Child or Teen Struggling With…
1) Anxiety or Fears
2) Shyness or Social Struggles
3) Irritability or Moodiness
4) Trouble Sleeping
4) School Avoidance
Children and teenagers are often unable to express what is bothering them, but it still can have a major impact on their overall mental health.
At Palo Alto Therapy, we have the necessary expertise to help your child or teen improve his or her anxiety, overcome fears, and achieve well-being, all without long-term counseling.
Call or Text Us: 650-461-9026 or, Book Appointment Online