Tell me three positive things about yourself

Many of you will balk.

Some of you may even claim there are not three good things about yourself. So for those of you who struggle the most with this kind of thing, I want you to dig the deepest. Ask someone else if you need to.

But there are three things. And today I want you to list them. It’s not bragging if I’m asking you.

So since I started this, I’ll go first. Here goes.

  1. I am persistent in reaching my goals – I don’t give up easily, I am OK with being bold and sticking my neck out.
  2. I am passionate – And I love working with others who are, too.
  3. I am loyal – Almost to a fault. When my hair stylist, Marshall, contracted AIDS, I stuck with him. Apparently, I was the only client who did. He was the most thoughtful, kind person and I just could not abandon him and his death hit me hard.

So now your turn. It never hurts to give yourself a little love.

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AnneMoss Rogers

AnneMoss Rogers is a mental health and suicide education expert, mental health speaker, suicide prevention trainer and consultant. She is author of the Book, Diary of a Broken Mind and co-author of Emotionally Naked: A Teacher's Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk with Kim O'Brien PhD, LICSW. She raised two boys, Richard and Charles, and lost her younger son, Charles to addiction and suicide on June 5, 2015. She is a motivational speaker who empowers by educating and provides life saving strategies and emotionally healthy coping skills. As talented and funny as Charles was, letting other people know they matter was his greatest gift. And now that's the legacy she carries forward in her son's memory. Mental Health Speakers Website.

23 thoughts on “Tell me three positive things about yourself”

  1. I’m an awesome dog mom and will always adopt a rescue dog and never go to a breeder. I’m very passionate about animal rescue.

    I’m incredibly organized. I know where everything is in my house, where all important papers are and I never loose things. This comes in handy if I ever have to instruct someone where things are located.

    My house is always clean. Need a place to crash or want to come for a visit, my home is always ready for guests.

  2. 1) Have a mission to help others since my injury/ptsd.
    2) Enjoy meeting people.
    3) I love taking photographs.

  3. Let’s see… I’m funny. (At least that’s what I’m told). I’m committed. I do my absolute best to see things through, even when times are extremely dire and stressful. I am beyond loyal. If you are my friend, I will go to the mat for you every time. And, being that loyal means I take betrayal hard.

  4. I have a good heart, making people laugh or helping people. I am not selfish, thinking/doing for others. I am a good mom, loving all 4 of my children unconditionally, through the good and bad (I kick into high gear and very passionate and supportive re: mental health issues etc) Yes, I did have to go ask my husband and son.

  5. 1. I really love my family very much. I love that we can stay together in good times and in bad, that I learn can learn from them.
    2. I love to laugh. I can be really silly and have a great group of girlfriends. I don’t judge them or anyone.
    3. I am determined to develop a better future by helping people when I see them struggling. Not for the credit, simply for the love.

  6. 1. I am determined to be my best self, in all areas of my life.
    2. If I choose you as my family, I am all in.
    3. I will always believe in love over hate.

  7. My three:
    1. I love my family and many others unconditionally.
    2. I look for the good in others and try to look past the shortcomings.
    3. I get involved — I struggle when I see injustice.

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