I am the champion of my own life.

There is no one better than me to fight and survive the many painful and difficult symptoms of my bipolar disorder.

I am the champion of my own life.

When strong urges of self-harm fill my brain to relieve the severe internal pain I am feeling within my brain and throughout my body from the top of my head to the tips of my toes, there is no one better than me to fight off my strong urges of self harm.

I am the champion of my own life.

When deep dark ugly and dangerous morbid thoughts fill my mind with strong urges of suicide and death and these thoughts battle inside my brain, there is no one better than me to win and become victorious over death, and somehow come out on top over death, survive and choose to live once again, time after time.

I am the champion of my own life.

When I am stabbed by the hurtful words and actions of stigma of mental illness surrounding me, there is no one better than me at that time to educate those around me about mental illness awareness, education and stigma prayerfully helping many, saving lives and reducing suicide that is sadly affecting too many and increasing at alarming rates.

I am the champion of my own life.

I will forgive others for the painful things that have been done to me in my past and may happen in my future.

I will forgive myself for the mistakes I have made during my life.

I am the champion of my own life.

There is no one better in this world to be a great Mommy and love and adore and praise my three precious children deeper than the depths of any ocean, higher than the skies above, and more and greater than any words I could ever express.

I am the champion of my own life.

There is no one better in this world to serve the Lord at all times in the way God has chosen for me.

There is no one better in this world to be a disciple of the lord with my love, words and my actions letting God’s love always shine out through me to everyone I meet.

I must read my bible, pray, and praise and worship my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

I need to behave, act and love like Jesus would everyday.

I am the champion of my own life.

I need to continue to fight bipolar disorder for others and myself.

I must continue to fight and overcome the many painful struggles and symptoms of my bipolar disorder as they occur.

My brain is trying to kill me sometimes, but God says no.

I will continue to fight and win against the battles inside my brain.

I will not let my brain win.

I am the champion of my own life.

I will live a long and happy life.

I have a lot to accomplish.

I will follow my heart and always strive to do my best.

I will fulfill my goals and dreams.

I am the champion of my own life.

I will rise up.

I will shine.

I will love.

I will never give up.

I will always have hope and faith in God.

I will be the champion of my own life.

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