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What can I do about all my negative self-talk?

A couple things can help, starting with flipping the script and practicing self-compassion and celebrating your achievements:

Practice self-compassion

- Treat yourself like you would treat a good friend.

- Be kind and understanding, especially in challenging situations.

- Acknowledge your mistakes without harsh self-criticism. Remember, everyone slips up – it’s a part of being human💗

Celebrate your achievements

- Keep a journal of your accomplishments, big and small. Did you nail that presentation at work? Write it down! Celebrate every victory.

- Reflect on your strengths and talents. Embrace the things that make you unique and amazing.

I feel like I'm too much in my head and it's holding me back - What can I do?

Some of the things you can do to unlock barriers that hold you back include:

- Self-Reflection: Identify the root causes of your self-doubt and acknowledge them without judgment.

- Challenge Negative Beliefs: Replace self-limiting beliefs with positive affirmations and empowering thoughts.

- Set Realistic Goals: Break down your aspirations into achievable, smaller goals. Celebrate each success along the way.

- Seek Support: Surround yourself with positive influences, such as mentors, friends, or a supportive community.

- Practice Self-Compassion: Treat yourself with kindness and understanding. Embrace mistakes as opportunities for growth and learning.

Transforming self-doubt into self-belief involves self-reflection, positive thinking, achievable goals, supportive connections, and self-compassion, empowering you to overcome your barriers and reach your full potential.

I get that physical activity will reduce my stress levels, but I'm a complete beginner and I don't know where to start.

A great starting point is to have the essentials in place. These will prime your body no matter what type of exercise you do:

- Know your 'WHY' - this will help you stay motivated. It tends to work best when it's focused on the positive aspects and benefits you'll experience or feel. In that way, external factors like other's opinions can't define and therefore won't undermine the your achievements.

- Be consistent but be kind to yourself if you get off-track and simply re-commit the best you can.

- Drink lots of water - about a glass of water per awake hour (I know - it feels like A LOT! But, your body will reap the benefits. For me, my sleep improved drastically).

- Protein and carbs are healthy ways to fuel your body. Fats are also essential macros so are needed by your body but should be used moderately because of the high calorie density.

- Set reasonable goals for the amount of days and time to work out.

- Listen to your body.

And, remember, you don't have to join a gym - some people do to help them stay accountable but loads don't since can be inconvenient. There are plenty of ways to exercise that don't involve going to the gym. Walking, for example, is one of the best ways you can exercise. Experts advise that 7,000 - 12,000 steps/ day will provide healthy benefits (oh, by the way, shorter, more frequent walks are super healthy for reducing blood sugar levels and stress symptoms).

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