Acceptance is how we not only help ourselves, we help the world. It is when we accept who we are, just as we are, exactly where we are in Life at every moment - no matter what we are going through - that we discover who we really are and why we are here. Acceptance brings illumination, clarity and responsibility. We come to understand that we always have within us the POWER to overcome any obstacle.


Accepting what we don't like about ourselves is where most of us usually start but if we're ever going to truly be at our best, we then have to take it a step further. We do this by surrounding ourselves with positive, empowering words through affirmations. An affirmation is a declaration that something is true. To Believe and Accept something positive about who we are takes daily work and consistent focus. The DTM book of affirmations that comes in every kit is filled with words that are meant for all of us.


Once we begin the work of affirming for our own self who we are with positive, empowering words we usually find we need even more. We need to carry these words with us. In the DTM kit we've paired the book of affirmations with a custom-made unique accessory designed for kids and adults alike so we can always be reminded of the words we've given to our own self. Together as we read the words and wear the words we come to Accept them as our own and Accept who we are.


Devoted to Me is here to give us the inspiration to accept ourselves for who we are, just as we are, exactly where we are in Life at every moment. Accepting who we are comes from the inside and takes consistent work and focus. Any one of the DTM inspirational self-acceptance kits keeps the concentration on our inner self. We learn how to quiet what others have to say and instead only listen to what we say and feel about who we are. Devoted to Me is a tool for self-acceptance. A better me and a better you create a better world.

The golden opportunity you are seeking is in yourself. It is not in your environment; it is not in luck or chance, or the help of others; it is in yourself alone.
Orison Swett Marden