It’s no secret that spitting is a nasty habit. When you spit in public, you’re not only being gross, you’re also being inconsiderate. Spitting in public places can leave behind germs and bacteria that can make other people sick. It’s also unsightly, and it can make a public space feel dirty and unclean. In some cultures, spitting is considered to be extremely rude, so if you’re traveling to a new place, it’s best to err on the side of caution and avoid spitting in public altogether. If you’re looking for ways to stop spitting in public, then these ten affirmations can help you get started.
1. I Am In Control Of My Body And Actions
This affirmation is important because it reminds you that you are the one in charge of your body and your actions. No one else can make you do anything that you don’t want to do, so if you’re determined to stop spitting in public, then you have the power to do so.
It also helps you avoid the excuse that you MUST spit because “everyone else is doing it.” You are an individual with your own choices to make, so CHOOSE not to spit in public.
2. I Am Not An Animal
Animals leave their bodily fluids in the streets. Humans don’t.
It’s a small separation between animals and humans when it comes to bodily fluids, but it is a separation.
We have the choice of whether or not to spit, pee, or poop in the streets. When you think about it this way, it can help you see how disgusting and unbecoming spitting is.
3. I Am A Clean Person
Spitting is a gross habit that only gross people do.
Nobody wants to see you spit anymore than they want to see you pick your nose or pee in public.
Nobody wants to walk in your spit. It’s gross.
If you don’t want to be seen as a gross person, then you’ll be more likely to stop spitting in public.
Affirm to yourself that you are a clean person who doesn’t gross other people out and it will help you to stop spitting in public knowing how other people view it and you when you do.
4. I Want Other People To Like And Respect Me
This affirmation is important because it helps to remind you that spitting in public is not a habit that people who are liked and respected have.
It’s not something admirable.
It’s not endearing.
It doesn’t make people want to come up and talk to you.
It can make people dislike you and view you as someone not worthy of respect.
If you want to be liked and respected by others, then you’ll need to stop spitting in public.
5. I Am Worth More Than My Disgusting Habit
By affirming your worth, you are sending a message to yourself that you deserve better than to engage in this unhealthy and disrespectful behavior.
When you believe that you are worth more, you will be more likely to take the necessary steps to quit spitting in public for good.
Therefore, if you are ready to make a change, start by affirming your worthiness and let that feeling guide you toward making the change you want.
6. There Is No Reason For Me To Be Spitting In Public
This affirmation is important because it helps to remind you that there is no good reason for you to spit in public.
There’s nothing to be gained from it.
It’s a disrespectful and gross habit, and it does you or anyone else no good.
7. I Am Not Comfortable With Spitting In Public Anymore
This affirmation is important because it helps to remind you that spitting in public is not something that you should be comfortable with. It’s a gross habit that makes you and those around you feel uncomfortable.
When you feel uncomfortable doing something, you won’t do it.
8. I Will Not Allow Myself To Spit In Public
This affirmation reminds you that you have the power to stop yourself from spitting in public. You are the only one who can control your actions, so don’t allow yourself to do something that you know is wrong.
9. I Am Strong Enough To Stop Spitting In Public
Some people are weak and can’t break their bad habits. But, if you affirm that you are strong enough to stop spitting in public, your subconscious mind will start to believe it and give you the mentality to do it.
10. I Respect Other People
When you want to quit spitting in public, it’s important to affirm that you respect other people. Spitting in public is not only rude, but it’s also unsanitary.
By affirming that you respect others, you’re indicating that you understand how your actions can affect them negatively and that you’re committed to changing your behavior.
In addition, by making this affirmation, you’re more likely to follow through on your goal of quitting spitting in public. By respecting others, you’re showing that you care about their well-being and that you’re willing to make changes in your own behavior in order to protect them.