05 Oct
I accept myself as I am.

I have many positive qualities and traits. I also have a few negative characteristics, but I accept myself as I am. Everyone has positive and negative characteristics. I am comfortable with who I am.

I am becoming more accepting of myself as I age and mature. I have learned a lot about myself over the years. I accept the good and the not-so-good easily and comfortably. I know that perfection is unattainable, and I am okay with being imperfect. 

Life is challenging and dynamic. 

As I strive to strengthen my skills and abilities, I do the best I can with what I have.

My imperfections make me unique and interesting. I embrace my imperfections and invite the world to experience them.

I avoid trying to live up to society's image of the ideal person. I can be a perfect me, and that is enough. To try to do anything else is an exercise in futility.

I am honest with myself regarding my personality, physical characteristics, and view of the world. A high level of self-acceptance allows me to experience the joy of life. Life can only be fully experienced from a perspective of self-acceptance.

Today, I accept myself, just as I am. I am also willing to accept others as they are. I am practising acceptance on every level. Self-acceptance is a key part of enjoying life.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. What part of myself do I have a hard time accepting? Why?

2. How would my life change if I were able to accept this part of me?

3. How can I be more accepting of others?

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