Make your sweet self a cup of tea or hot chocolate.
Sit somewhere private and comfortable.
Read the following sentences aloud in your most loving, gentle voice.
I will be OK.
I feel devastated, but I will be fine.
I may not be able to see it right now, but everything will work out for my highest good.
There’s so much to learn.
I am becoming wiser and more compassionate with myself every day.
No matter how difficult things feel, the universe is supporting me.
I can let myself fully grieve. Grief is a shape-shifter: one minute I may feel furious and the next I could be bargaining for my old life back. Five seconds later, I’m blue. I can embrace it all. It’s my path to transformation.
Divorce is a cosmic hazing and it’s only natural to feel emotionally depleted. It’s temporary. In time, I will feel better than ever.
I am constantly evolving into my true self.
Up and down, up and down. The roller coaster of emotion seems never ending, but it will stabilize.
I allow my tears to flow, as they are nature’s detoxifiers.
I will be joyful again. Even now, amidst the turmoil, there are moments of grace.
I am doing remarkably well.
I will get to the other side when I’m ready.
I can love myself right now, exactly as I am.
I may not like what is true for me now, but I can handle it.
I can allow myself to be rocked to my core, it’s appropriate.
Nature can always be a refuge: a leaf, a tree, the sky, I let them remind me of life’s glories.
I ask God/Spirit to walk with me.
In the midst of chaos, I am healing.
I am using this crisis as a catalyst for growth.
I am gentler and kinder to myself than ever before.
I will be happier than I can imagine.
Suffering is just as vital a part of life as joy; I’m here to experience everything.
I make it safe to feel all my feelings.
There is so much love for me in the world.
My soul shines amidst the chaos: luminous and beautiful.
Copyright Nicole S. Urdang