When I am wrong, I admit it.

I am always humble enough to acknowledge when I am wrong. It takes considerable inner strength to take full responsibility for my actions when the outcome is unfavorable.

I am happy to possess that inner strength and lean on it whenever I need to come to terms with the reality of a situation.

I can admit that any of my actions or decisions might be ill-conceived. I am just as much human as everyone around me and recognize that I have flaws. I also realize that I am still just as great a person after the admittance as before.

I am willing to accept whatever consequences come from my mistakes. I am unafraid of what comes my way in life because I am equipped to handle challenges. I know I can always find a way to resolve any situation placed in front of me.

Others respect me when I am honest and admit my mistakes. I prefer to have an unblemished character and peace of mind than uneasiness and constant conflict. It is important to me to stay true to my morals and values.

Today, I recognize that life is about making the most out of every situation and learning a lesson in the process. I believe that I am never too old to learn from my mistakes, so I admit them whenever they occur. My imperfections make me a better person.

Self-Reflection Questions

1. Do I force others to admit their wrongs?
2. Is there always a lesson to learn from taking responsibility for my actions?
3. Do I make the same mistakes over and over?