I am honest with myself and others. My relationships are built on honesty and trust.
I strive to be faithful to my partner across the board. I share constructive feedback with friends and coworkers. I praise my children for telling the truth, even when they make a mess or break a rule.
I accept myself instead of trying to impress others. I am proud of my accomplishments without needing to exaggerate them.
I express my true thoughts and feelings. I allow others to know me. I have the courage to be vulnerable.
I fulfill my promises. I think carefully before making commitments at home or at work.
I take responsibility for my actions. I recognize when I fall short of expectations and I face the consequences.
I discuss sensitive subjects openly and tactfully. My relationships are deeper and closer when I resolve conflicts rather than trying to avoid them.
I live according to my values. My actions match my words. I stand up for my principles.
I catch myself when I start to tell a white lie or a half truth. I think about how my choices affect others and myself. I try to understand my triggers and find other ways to deal with the situation.
Today, I am straightforward and sincere. Telling the truth makes me feel happy and secure.
- Why are secrets burdensome?
- How many lies did I tell this month?
- Why is it sometimes difficult to be honest with myself?