I love my children.
I am good to my children.
I am becoming more and more effective at parenting every day.
I make wise decisions.
I set a good example.
I gently lead my children on good paths.
I care about my children’s well-being.
I am self-reflective and self-correcting.
I look to the future with faith and hope.
I let love lead the way.
My children are growing up strong and grounded.
In this family, my children belong and feel cared for.
I do what’s in the best interest of my children.
I parent my children with kindness, grace, patience, and truth.
I stay calm, even under stressful circumstances.
I stay gentle, even in frustrated situations.
I stay loving, even when I don’t feel loved in return.
I listen to my children, and I seek to understand them as the unique individuals that they are.
I try my best, and I keep trying.
When I make a mistake, I acknowledge it and make adjustments so that I can improve over time and so that I can continue to contribute positively to this family.
I do not allow things to become wedges in my relationship with my children.
This family thrives on honesty and openness, and we talk things out and talk things through.
I comfort my children, and I am here for them.
I am a good and loving parent, and my children feel my love as I feel theirs.
For more self-encouraging thoughts, see Things to Tell Yourself to Help You Become a Better Mother (or Father).