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Although we may not think much of the way we speak, it would be good to take a moment and consider the words we use daily. Generally speaking, we may be positive, negative or a little of both at times. When we can be honest about our words, we then can be honest about why we may be speaking the way we are. Let’s take a moment to talk more about, “Words Matter.”
When you are living in a life of constant negative talk; you are causing yourself to be closed up to change. You begin to agree with the very words that have been spoken over you whether they were true or not. You develop a skewed view of yourself and others around you. You can then whether unintentionally or intentionally begin to really hurt others with your negativity.
For the most part, when we are negative, we are attracting negativity to ourselves whether we like it or not. Addressing why we are negative would be the best way to deal with this. Of course, this could open a wound that you may prefer not to discuss but for you to gain healing and a different life perspective you must do so. Allowing yourself to heal will enable you to begin to change the way you speak. Your entire perspective will be impacted in a new and positive way.
Words of edification bring encouragement, change, lightheartedness and an environment for growth. It’s these very words that are necessary to break what negativity has done in one’s life. You do not have to become the very words that someone has spoken over you unless you choose to do so. Surround yourself with people who will be uplifting and challenging in a good sense to encourage you toward growth and new levels in your life. Words matter and we must recognize the impact they are having on us. When the words become overwhelming and too difficult to manage, especially if you or someone you know is a teenage girl, there are resources to help you heal. Contact Eva Carlston Academy to find professional guidance and care in your time of need.
Take a moment to share your experience with negativity. Are you someone who recognizes negative speech and how much words matter? Do you bring encouragement to others easily? Sharing your story will encourage others too. Thank you for taking moments with me.
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