20 Affirmations For Achieving Body Neutrality and Self-Care Through Acceptance

Practicing self-care and body neutrality is essential for achieving overall well being. Many people struggle with feelings of insecurity, low self-esteem and guilt when it comes to their physical appearance. This can lead to a lack of motivation or difficulty in maintaining healthy habits such as exercising, eating nutritious foods and getting enough sleep. Fortunately, there are ways to counter these negative thoughts by using affirmations that encourage acceptance and positivity towards one’s body. Here are 20 Affirmations for Body Image to Achieve Acceptance:

1) I am worthy of taking care of my health.
2) My body does not define me.
3) I accept all parts of myself.
4) I have the power to make positive choices for my wellbeing every day.
5) I am valuable just as I am.
6) I will treat my body with respect and kindness.
7) My worth is not determined by how I look or what others think about me.
8 )My imperfections make me unique and beautiful in my own way.
9) Everyone has different shapes and sizes; mine is perfect for me.
10 )I recognize that beauty comes in many forms, including mine!

11) I will focus on creating balance within myself instead of striving for perfectionism or unattainable standards set by others outside myself.
12 )I can practice self-love without comparing myself to anyone else around me..
13 )I choose to be mindful of what nourishes both my mind and body alike..
14 )I acknowledge that everyone has flaws—mine don’t define who I am..
15 )It’s OK if some days aren’t as productive as others..

16 )There is beauty in existing exactly as I do right now..
17 )No matter what mistakes I have made, my value doesn’t change..
18 )I will take time each day to appreciate something about my physical appearance..
19 )The only person whose opinion matters most is mine..
20 )My happiness shouldn’t depend on how much other people approve of me..

These affirmations can be used daily or whenever needed in order to foster a more positive attitude towards oneself and one’s own physical appearance. By repeating them often, they become part of our conscious thoughts which leads us closer towards achieving true self-care and body neutrality through acceptance!

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John Willis is a graduate of Developmental Communication from the University of the Philippines. He works for Severedfifth.com as the editorial manager of the team.