Self Respect Personal Rights Bill


  • I have numerous choices in my life beyond mere survival.
  • I have a right to discover and know my Child Within.
  • I have a right to grieve over what I didn’t get that I needed or what I got that I didn’t need or want.
  • I have a right to follow my own values and standards.
  • I have a right to recognize and accept my own value system as appropriate.
  • I have a right to say no to anything when I feel I am not ready, it is unsafe or violates my values.
  • I have a right to dignity and respect.
  • I have a right to make decisions.
  • I have a right to determine and honor my own priorities.
  • I have the right to have my needs and wants respected by others.
  • I have the right to terminate conversations with people who make me feel put down and humiliated.
  • I have the right not to be responsible for others’ behavior, actions, feelings, or problems.
  • I have a right to make mistakes and not have to be perfect.
  • I have a right to expect honesty from others.
  • I have a right to all of my feelings.
  • I have a right to be angry at someone I love.
  • I have a right to be uniquely me without feeling I’m not good enough.
  • I have a right to feel scared and to say “I’m afraid.”


  • I have a right to experience and then let go of fear, guilt, and shame.
  • I have a right to make decisions based on my feelings, my judgement, or any reason that I choose.
  • I have a right to change my mind at any time.
  • I have the right to be happy.
  • I have a right to stability — i.e. “roots,” and stable, healthy relationships of my choice.
  • I have the right to my own personal space and time needs.
  • There is no need to smile when I cry.
  • It is OK to be relaxed, playful, and frivolous.
  • I have a right to be flexible and be comfortable with doing so.
  • I have a right to change and grow.
  • I have the right to be open to improve communication skills so that I may be understood.
  • I have a right to make friends and be comfortable around people.
  • I have a right to be in a  non-abusive environment.
  • I can be healthier than those around me.
  • I can take care of myself, no matter what.
  • I have the right to grieve over actual or threatened losses.
  • I have a right to trust others who earn my trust.
  • I have the right to forgive others and to forgive myself.
  • I have the right to give and to receive unconditional love.
Read more about the Inner Child:
Silent Plea of Inner Child Picture Quote
Healing the Child Within
Reparenting the Wounded Inner Child
Pursuing Optimal Emotional Wellness
Unconditionally Loved Children Blossom Grow Soar
Healing Inner Child Picture Quote
More Affirmations:
The Optimist Creed Promise Yourself
Self Love and Acceptance Affirmation
Self Love Affirmation
Positive Affirmation Picture Quote
Self Acceptance Quote
Thirty Healing Affirmations Help Daughters Challenges With Mother
Dr Wayne Dyer on Positive Thinking/Bedtime Ritual and Affirmations
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