At times when I feel alone in my own head, I turn to knowing that my thoughts are my own.
No one knows me better than I know myself and I am confident in who I am.
In my head, I am able to process through big emotions and situations.
In my head, I am able to choose my reactions and responses.
In my head, I have power over the words that I use towards myself and others.
In my head, I can keep my humor without offending others or being awkward.
In my head, I can see the life that I want to create for myself and my family.
In my head, I can see the woman that I want to be.
In my head, I know that I am working towards becoming my most authentic and true self.
But, sometimes in my head, I get lost in negativity.
Sometimes in my head, I have a hard time seeing the light.
Sometimes in my head, I need a break from reality.
Sometimes in my head, I have to convince myself that I can and I will.
Sometimes in my head, I have to tell myself I’m worth it.
Even though sometimes I get lost in my head, I know that I can still find myself there.