Self Respect Personal Rights Bill

  • I have a right to experience and then let go of fear, guilt, and shame.
  • I have a right to make decisions based on my feelings, my judgement, or any reason that I choose.
  • I have a right to change my mind at any time.
  • I have the right to be happy.
  • I have a right to stability — i.e. “roots,” and stable, healthy relationships of my choice.
  • I have the right to my own personal space and time needs.
  • There is no need to smile when I cry.
  • It is OK to be relaxed, playful, and frivolous.
  • I have a right to be flexible and be comfortable with doing so.
  • I have a right to change and grow.
  • I have the right to be open to improve communication skills so that I may be understood.
  • I have a right to make friends and be comfortable around people.
  • I have a right to be in a  non-abusive environment.
  • I can be healthier than those around me.
  • I can take care of myself, no matter what.
  • I have the right to grieve over actual or threatened losses.
  • I have a right to trust others who earn my trust.
  • I have the right to forgive others and to forgive myself.
  • I have the right to give and to receive unconditional love.
  • I have numerous choices in my life beyond mere survival.
  • I have a right to discover and know my Child Within.
  • I have a right to grieve over what I didn’t get that I needed or what I got that I didn’t need or want.
  • I have a right to follow my own values and standards.
  • I have a right to recognize and accept my own value system as appropriate.
  • I have a right to say no to anything when I feel I am not ready, it is unsafe or violates my values.
  • I have a right to dignity and respect.
  • I have a right to make decisions.
  • I have a right to determine and honor my own priorities.
  • I have the right to have my needs and wants respected by others.
  • I have the right to terminate conversations with people who make me feel put down and humiliated.
  • I have the right not to be responsible for others’ behavior, actions, feelings, or problems.
  • I have a right to make mistakes and not have to be perfect.
  • I have a right to expect honesty from others.
  • I have a right to all of my feelings.
  • I have a right to be angry at someone I love.
  • I have a right to be uniquely me without feeling I’m not good enough.
  • I have a right to feel scared and to say “I’m afraid.”

 

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