Affirmations of the Week: A Celebration of You

Take a closer look at some of this week's powerful affirmations from Dear Black Women all over the country. Be encouraged because you are worthy of love.

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#WeThanktheDBW: Flo from Brooklyn/White Plains, New York.

Flo's words: "The whole universe craves my very being. It sops up and savors my every quirk and flaw."

 

Feeling this? Well, there's a full poem where that came from. 

Hear or read the entire poem here. 


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#WeThanktheDBW: Courtney from Detroit, MI.

Courtney's words: "You are gorgeous, vibrant and worthy of your heart's desire each and every second that your presence moves through the atmosphere. No attire, hairstyle, grade, bank account statement, relationship (past or present) or circumstance can ever overpower that fact about you. It is my hope that you know this fact first and foremost every morning that you open your eyes."

 

Wow. Re-read this to yourself. It's a gift that keeps on giving. 



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#WeThanktheDBW: Alisha from Washington, DC.

Alisha's words: "You are amazing. Even though the world may tell you otherwise. You are."

 

What is the world telling you about yourself that is patently untrue? What words do you need to drown out? Take a few moments to think those words to yourself. Want to do more? Say them out loud to yourself or write them down to return to later.

You are worth hearing the magnificent truth about yourself over and over again. You are.


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#WeThanktheDBW: Christiana from Ann Arbor, MI. 

Christiana's words: "I always knew you were beautiful. I mean, look at you. Your skin that glows and those lines that grace the corners of your mouth when you smile remind me of how happy you make me. Your hair...I still am in awe of how many different ways you wear it. You are magic."

 

You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. You are magic. 

We cannot say it enough. 

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