I’m loved, I’m valued, and I’m capable of achieving balance in my life. I can learn to eat well. I can exercise. I can express gratitude for the simple act of being able to breathe in and breathe out. I can move away from darkness and depression to light and hope. I can be happy with who I am, not what I should be, or what I might have been, or what someone else tells me I must be
I am me, the true me; you are you, the true you – and that’s good. That’s beautiful. That’s enough.
From True You – Janet Jackson semi autobiographical/self help book