In this post, you will find a list of positive affirmations for black youths that you can share with your friends and family.
From a very young age, black youths are bombarded with negative images of themselves.
Learning to love yourself can be the difference between success and failure in the long run.
I hope this list of affirmations for black youths can help your kids to build up self-love and self-respect!
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Why use affirmations for black youths?
Affirmations, or positive self-talk, can bring a lot of positive change to your life.
You’ll feel better about yourself and have much more confidence in your mind and actions.
Regardless of race or background, affirmations for black youths can help motivate and encourage African American teens who are facing a lot of pressure in school and on social media.
That is why, when they speak out loud these affirmations each day, they can start to build up their self confidence and sense of self-worth.
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How do you affirm a black child?
We live in a society where black children are growing up being attacked by many factors that are not necessarily apparent to us. T
These attacks leave them emotionally and mentally scarred.
Here are a few ways you can introduce affirmations to a child on a day to day basis:
- write them on notes and place them around the house
- pack these notes into their school bags or journals
- work with them to create a vision board
- practice with them daily
- send them a text message at the start and end of the week
How to Use Affirmations Effectively?
- Identify the negative thoughts that you wish to get rid of or something that you wish to manifest. Affirmations work in both scenarios, but you need to be clear about what you want. This post about learning how to write affirmations might help you out.
- Use the following list as a source of inspiration and guidance. You may use any affirmation as it is, or modify it to make it your own. The key thing here is that the affirmations MUST resonate with you and is a statement you truly believe in.
- Pick out at least 2 affirmations and start using them.
- Begin a routine of practicing at least twice a day of reciting the affirmations with each session lasting 3-5 minutes. Repeat each one 10-15 times daily. You can do this in front of a mirror, speak out loud, or do it in your mind. Do not skip any sessions. I usually do this each morning when I wake and before I go to bed.
- Download and print out your own affirmations worksheet below to use as a guide for manifestation. Stick it on your mirror/journal/vision board, or anywhere you can easily access it throughout the day so that it can serve as a constant reminder to you.
- Alternatively, you can check out our Daily Positive Affirmations Cards which are designed and organized for you. All you need to do is print them and take them everywhere you go!
- Be patient! It usually takes a month or so to see changes.
List of affirmations for black youths to empower them
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- I am helpful.
- I am wise.
- I light the world with my smile.
- I am imperfect and perfectly me.
- I deserve love.
- I make good choices.
- I will speak kindly to myself.
- I am perfect just the way I am.
- My future is bright.
- Today is a new day; I will see what adventure it holds.
- Every day I get better.
- I am becoming closer to my true self every day.
- I believe in myself.
- I make a difference.
- I am so proud of who I am.
- My body is aware of its needs and desires.
- I am a magnet for blessings.
- I am better than I was yesterday.
- I am courageous.
- My confidence is beautiful.
- My body is strong.
- My mind is filled with knowledge.
- I am magical.
- I am powerful.
- My body is valuable and powerful.
- My hair is the perfect crown.
- I am destined for greatness.
- I am creative.
- I release myself from my anger.
- I will allow peace to fill my soul.
- I am revolutionary.
- My brown skin is beautiful.
- I am not afraid to stand out.
- I am brave.
- I will love myself unconditionally.
- My body is at peace.
- I choose my attitude.
- My future is my own.
- I am wonderfully made.
- My body is healthy and whole.
- My hair is the halo of my head.
- My body is bold and brave.
- I am evolving.
- I am worthy.
- I deserve good things.
- I am as good as anyone else.
- My confidence is inspiring.
- I learn from my mistakes.
- I am my only limit.
- I am caring to others.
- I trust my inner guide.
- How people treat me is a reflection of their character and not mine.
- My mind is full of brilliant ideas.
- I am a good friend.
- I love myself!
- My body is mine. It belongs to me
- My body is not my worth.
- There is something in this world that only I can do. That is why I am here.
- I only answer to what I want to be called.
- Happiness flows within me.
- I am so special.
- I am unique.
- I am thankful for today.
- I can accomplish anything I set my mind to.
- I inhale confidence and exhale doubt.
- I know it can get tough out there, but I know I am designed for greatness.
- My body is in the best shape/size it needs to be at this moment.
- Before I was born, I was dreamed of and hoped for.
- Nothing can steal my joy.
- I have a powerful voice.
- My brown skin is beautiful, and it even absorbs sunlight!
- I am becoming healthier each and every day.
- I will learn from yesterday and live for today.
- I am proud to be Black.
- I trust myself.
- I have great ideas.
- I have an attitude of gratitude.
- I have the power to create change.
- My hair is the perfect halo for my head.
- I am confident that I am able to be a strong person.
- I am very helpful.
- I love me for simply being.
- I am grateful to have people in my life who believes in me.
- My mind is full of knowledge.
- I am a leader.
- My mental health matters.
- I can do anything I put my mind to.
- I embrace the greatness within me.
- I am beautiful.
- The world has a need for me.
- I am confident.
- I am dedicated to achieving my goals.
- I am unstoppable.
- I choose to be proud of myself.
- I can make this a great day.
- I am capable.
- I am kind.
- I can accomplish my goals.
- I own my magic.
- I will recognize my good qualities.
- I am thankful for life.
- I am creatively inspired by the world around me.
- I will step out of my comfort zone and try something new today.
- I release all fear from my mind.
- I am thoughtful.
- I make a difference in the world by simply existing in it.
- I am full of wealth.
- I will do my best with whatever comes my way.
- I am smart.
- I come from a long, rich Black heritage.
- My body is celestial.
- My attitude is full of gratitude.
- I am funny.
- I invite peace into my life.
- I am valuable.
- I am understanding.
- It’s okay to rest.
- I am filled with joy, happiness, and love.
- I am loved.
- I accept myself.
- I am important to my community.
- I speak kindly to myself.
- I deserve respect.
- I’m allowed to take up space.
- I am in charge of my own destiny.
- I’m a great friend.
- I can do hard things.
- My body is full of love and acceptance.
- My hard work is already paying off.
- I am brilliant.
- I am incredibly special.
- I’m in charge of my future.
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