Sounds a little Dr Suess to me however when you read it again, it makes sense.
I am who I am because of who I say I am.
Talk about getting rid of the blame, getting rid of the shame, getting rid of the emotions that are tied to our identity. It is hard to blame someone else when the person that talks the worst about you is you.
Say these statements to yourself and notice how you feel as you read them. Which statements make you feel good, which do not.
When I say I am enough, I am.
When I say I can, I can.
When I say I cannot, I cannot.
When I say I am smart, I am.
When I say I am smart enough, I am.
When I say that I am busy, I am .
When I say that I am poor, I am.
When I say I do not have the time, I do not.
When I say that I cannot afford it, I cannot.
When I say that I matter, I do.
Notice how you respond to the statements.
Which ones are uplifting?
Which ones drag you down?
What I think about me is what I think about you.
What I think about me is what I think about my children.
Watch how you think for five minutes. Notice what is working and what is not.
And watch the thought process, simply notice.
And then make the changes if you wish.