My Mantra for Acceptance

My Mantra for Acceptance

What do you do when you love someone but you struggle with getting along with them?

You love them but they frustrate you? Upset you? Irritate you?

You love them but they sabotage and are maybe even, selfish or condescending?

What do you do?

Here’s the thing: You can’t change anything until you accept it. And I guarantee, others won’t change for you until you accept them, either!

For the past few weeks on our Tuesday’s “Chat with Crystal – Empowered Coaching Conversations” we’ve had some of the most powerful calls with women who are struggling to find acceptance when they really want change!

The responses after the calls were incredible. Especially when women tried my own private mantra for themselves! (This is what I say whenever I find myself becoming increasingly upset with someone):


“I don’t get you. I don’t understand you.

(Whisper this next line:)

I don’t even like you sometimes.

But I accept you. I accept you.”


Try it yourself! It really helps!

If you’d like to hear the recordings of these past calls or to join me LIVE every Tuesday for Chat with Crystal, click here!



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Crystal is the founder and CEO of The S.W.A.T. Institute. Her personal story is the perfect backdrop to become a voice for the next era of the women’s movement. Crystal has overcome insurmountable odds to create a life of joy and purpose. From a tough beginning—her parents turbulent divorce at age 12, a stranger rape at 14, extended sexual abuse from a family friend, moving out at 15, battling the early stages of cervical cancer at only 17, suffering a traumatic head injury at age 20 that left her to deal with unannounced seizures, marrying young and gaining over 80 pounds in her pregnancies, then struggling through a difficult divorce and near bankruptcy before becoming a single mother to two beautiful girls (one who nearly lost her own life in 2010)—Crystal has dedicated her life to helping women transcend their victimhood, martyrdom, self-limiting beliefs, fears, and patterns.