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Title: Day 16_Stay Out of the Recycle Bin
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Goal: this task will increase the confidence of the goal to feel respected (Worthy of Respect).
Next Step - JP published this Cognitive Task at isodoit.com under Societal | Foster Care and Education | Interpersonal and Social Skills
Doers: 5 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 14, 2019 | When: | Duration: 10 Minute(s)
Steps:
  • Here's how head talk can sabotage you or build you up, depending on thoughts that you play over and over again in your mind.

    If the message you hear is that you are unworthy or "this is the best you'll ever have and you better accept it," then you may be well on your way to a heartache if you haven't already arrived.

    If the messages say you are worth being treated with love, dignity and respect, then you are on the way to happiness and a sense of fulfillment.

    Are you becoming more aware of these messages?
    response:
  • There's another topic that could be playing in your head. It falls under the category of guilt about friendships.

    See if any of this applies to your situation.

    Have you let someone back into your life who treats you poorly?
    response:
  • Are you still spending time with a person who treats you with borderline respect?
    response:
  • Would you be willing to take a time out, a "vacation", from anyone who isn't treating you well?
    response:
  • Think you can’t survive without them?

    Go to the 'demo' tab and watch the video from "The Lord of The Rings".

    It shows how a friendship should look even when both of you are tested to your limits.
    response:
  • Frodo and Sam went through a lot together. They were on a life and death journey with a nearly impossible mission to accomplish. They were pushed past their limits in doing it.

    Yet Sam was committed to support Frodo in this mission that took everything Frodo had to accomplish.

    Where Frodo failed was in giving up and going it alone when things got really hairy.

    Another way he failed was in thinking he could trust Gollum to help with the mission.

    As it applies to you, listen to what your insides are telling you about letting someone into your life who shouldn't be there.

    What are your insides telling you now?
    response:
  • Whenever you're tempted to give in and let a destructive or negative person back into your life - assuming no significant change has been made in their lives in the past year - then talk to your mentor or anyone who has years of life experience and a history of making good decisions.

    Ask them to hold you accountable in staying away from the offending person.

    You can also keep doing isoBlogs until you have the confidence you need to make changes.

    Will you follow this advice?
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