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Read the affirmation below aloud. Loud enough for your mind to hear your voice saying the words and notice how you feel. Feeling better? Repeat this affirmation at least twice a day – morning, and night – for 21 to 28 days. Affirmations are powerful, positive sentences that can change your mindset. Don’t focus on challenges and lack, but on healthy self-esteem and unshakeable self-confidence. Comment below that you’ve started this process. Add entries in your journal each day as to how you’re feeling. Note the positive changes you’ve made and celebrate them! Send me a note using the contact form and let me know how you’re doing!
The well-being of others is important to me, so I support them in whatever way I am able. When people are being mistreated, I feel inclined to step in on their behalf. My spirit calls me to action, and I cannot stand aside, and watch injustices and mistreatment of others happen silently.

I am courageous in my thoughts and actions.

Children who are taken advantage of must rely on advocates to protect them. I am a protector of those who lack the ability to protect themselves, using my privilege or my position to be an advocate. Supporting charities and non-profit organizations allows me to play an active role in fighting injustice. Whether I can be involved by turning my hand to essential tasks, or by providing much-needed funds to continue their good work, I do what I am able to do.

I share ideas about keeping less fortunate people safe from harm.

I stand like a soldier in armor when I am called upon to protect those I support and care about.

When people at my workplace are being treated unfairly, I object in public. Letting my employer know of the injustice is my duty as a co-worker. I become an asset when I call out unsafe and unfair practices that would cast a negative light or create liability for my workplace. I rarely feel fearful about retribution or the safety of my job when I speak out on behalf of others. I know that doing the moral thing usually results in the ideal outcome for all parties. That confidence in justice is what drives me to act on behalf of others. Today, my bravery guides my actions on behalf of those who are unable to act for themselves. I use my courage to encourage others to let go of fear in the name of justice.
About the Author Dianne Daniels

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan and a current resident of Norwich, Connecticut, Dianne M. Daniels empowers women 35+ to uplift their Souls, build healthy Self Esteem, and deepen Self-Discovery & Self-Knowledge with the proven practices of Affirmations and Journaling.

Dianne is a Unitarian Universalist Minister and holds a Master of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry. She's an avid reader, a lover of old houses (she currently lives in an 1850s vintage Greek Revival home with her family), and proudly serves her community as a Registrar of voters.

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