Positive Affirmation Cards for Moms

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Gentle affirmations to place in spots you'll see often. Repeat the positive affirmation three times to yourself or to say aloud and remind busy, overwhelmed, stressed, tired Moms or just as a simple, yet magical reminder of amazing job you're doing and the beautiful woman you are!

Positive affirmations are designed to build self esteem and confidence, through changing negative self-talk. These affirmations will help you feel good about yourself, and embrace all your amazing positive qualities. 

Much research suggests that words and thoughts can become self-fulfilling prophecies through: 

  • What you say to yourself, whether you say it silently or out loud has power over what you become. 
  • What you say to your children and others, has the power over to influence who they become and what they think of themselves.

Print these positive affirmations, laminate if you can, and repeat the saying three times and watch the magic unfold within yourself! 

 

(50) Positive Affirmation Cards for Moms

     

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