“I will speak only kind words about others.”
How we speak about others colors all of our relationships.
We may think it doesn’t matter, but it makes a huge difference.
Ask yourself these questions:
- Do you gossip?
- Do you judge others?
- Are you critical of others?
- Do you talk about others behind their backs?
Really think about these questions. If you answered yes to any of these questions, it may be time to reexamine your relationships. Your words and language help shape your relationships. It doesn’t matter whether the other person hears your negative words or not. When you speak negatively about others, it shapes who you become and your general attitude in your relationships.
What you say about others says more about you than other people. Usually when we judge others, it’s a reflection of how we speak to and treat ourselves.
If you want to shift your relationships, become conscious of what you say.
When you catch yourself saying negative things about other people, stop yourself and think about the following:
- Would you want someone to say those things about you?
- Are you speaking positively or negatively?
- Are your words supportive and constructive or destructive?
It’s easy to star changing your language about other people. It just takes practice and consistent effort. The more you do it, the more it will become a habit.
You’ll notice your relationships improve with your words.
To learn more about positive affirmations, read How to Use Affirmations.
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