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The 22 Best Pinterest Quotes to Brighten Your Day

Interesting concept - if you feel bad about yourself, how does that affect your day? Devil's work?

I have been having such a hard time lately dealing with insecurity and self-doubt. I always feel like no matter what I do, I will never be good enough and even though I know I shouldn't, I constantly compare myself to others which does even more damage. I try to hide how I feel to others but really I am struggling on the inside. I pray every night for God to help me fight this battle and to change my way of thinking-get rid of negative thoughts and replace with positive ones. I know it is…

from Imperfect Families

How to help your negative-thinking child.

What to say when your child says, "I'm stupid" or "No one loves me." Plus, ideas for creating a positive atmosphere in your home!

Don’t let the silly little dramas of each day get you down. Stay positive when negativity surrounds you. Keep calm and carry on. It takes one positive thought to overpower an entire array of negative thoughts. People who are able to find the one positive point in negative situations are the ones who never give up. -- read:

Don't believe everything you think! It has been estimated that we have 50000-70000 thoughts per day. That's a lot of thinking my friends! We are sure to have both positive and negative thoughts each day but the key is to actively stop yourself when find yourself starting to go down the path of negativity. You have power over your thoughts! Train your mind to focus on the positives and not believe all of the random musings that happen to come across your mind that don't serve you. The first…

Mindfulness tools are scientifically proven to calm down your mind and slow down habitual thinking patterns, those that often lead to insecure, negative thoughts or contribute to low self-esteem. Here's a list of mindfulness techniques from our self-esteem blogger and therapist, Emily Roberts, LPC.