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Develop Realistic Thoughts About Failure

When you find yourself thinking that you’re a hopeless cause or that there’s no use in trying again, reframe your thoughts . Remind yourself of more realistic thoughts about failure such as:

  • Failure is a sign that I’m challenging myself to do something difficult.
  • I can handle failure.
  • I can learn from my failures.

You may need to repeat a phrase or affirmation to ward off negative thoughts or to reinforce to yourself that you can bounce back.

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