I assert my right to make a few mistakes

I assert my right to make a few mistakes

I assert my right to make a few mistakes.

Everyone makes mistakes. Mistakes are a natural part of the learning process. I accept that I make mistakes and learn from them. They improve me.

Each mistake I make teaches me something about who I am, where I’ve been, or where I am going. When I make a mistake, I still feel good about myself.

I see mistakes as an opportunity to learn something new. Learning helps me do more in my life. I move forward because I know I can continue to learn. The more I learn, the more I grow.

In order to learn and grow, I must make mistakes. They are a part of life, and they are not a reflection on my worth or value. I am strong, intelligent, and healthy, and making mistakes is accepted and normal for even the best of us.

I see only the value of my mistakes and nothing else. I feel good about myself, regardless of any mistakes I make. I accept my past and future mistakes as an important part of me.

Any mistake I make brings me closer to my goal of understanding. I appreciate the learning opportunities I am given. I use my mistakes to better myself, make good choices, and move forward into a happy, healthy, joyous future.

Today, I accept my mistakes and learn from them, because they help me grow.

Questions for Reflection:

  1. How can you turn your mistakes into something positive?
  2. What can you learn from the mistakes you’ve made in the past?
  3. How can you better accept making mistakes in the future?

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