So you’re ready to manifest a happy and healthy marriage? That’s A-MAZING!
Before I share the affirmations, I’m guessing some of you don’t know what to do with affirmations. If that’s you, then here is Affirmations 101.
Affirmations are statements that you’d LIKE to be true, but isn’t just yet.
I am a patient mom
I am confident.
I prioritize my self care so that I can be a better version of myself.
I listen with understanding.
I am a successful CEO of a company of 5,000 employees.
You get the gist!
This practice allows you to become focused on what you want. It puts your energy into your end goal which is to improve your marriage rather than focus on the issues. Think about how much better you feel when you think of the potential of something improving over going on a rant about how life sucks. For example: focusing on having a marriage based on connection rather than why your marriage is so disconnected. By focusing on the future, you can learn to quiet your mind when the self-sabotaging thoughts arise and come up with creative solutions to support your marriage.
Anything! Seriously! You can write them on your mirror, post-its, or your journal. You can even text your husband or friends! Do whatever works for you! The point of using them is to remind your brain (the thing that wants everything to stay the same - good or bad) what you’re working towards and let it know that it’s ok to do something different and it’s ok to want more. Once your brain gets with the program, you’ll start noticing that you will be an idea machine on how to start transforming your marriage.
My marriage is based on love, trust, and support.
My marriage is an amazing example for our kids to follow.
I appreciate my husband.
My marriage is full of passion.
My husband and I go on weekly dates to reconnect.
My husband and I are vulnerable with each other.
My husband and I feel safe in our marriage.
My husband and I make each other laugh every day.
My husband and I support each other’s growth as individuals and growth together.
My husband and I resolve conflicts lovingly.
My husband and I are an incredible team.
The love in our marriage knows no bounds.
Our marriage is resilient.
My husband and I lean on each other for support.
My husband and I enjoy time together.
My husband and I have unconditional love for each other.
Our love for each other grows with each day that passes.
My husband and I give each other the benefit of the doubt.
Our challenges are opportunities to learn more about each other.
Our communication is full of honesty and openness.
We choose to have the right relationship over our need to be right.
We both seek to understand before being understood.
We choose to focus on the positive.
We embrace our differences.
Our love is everlasting.
We show up in our marriage every single day.
Our marriage is our top priority.
We will beat the 50%.
Together we can overcome anything.
We practice forgiveness every day.
If you want to continue working on your mindset and you’re not quite ready to get into fixing your marriage with your husband, here’s a post about ways to improve your marriage that doesn’t require talking!