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Title: Day 20_Change the Voice in Your Head to Like You
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Goal: this task will increase the confidence of the goal to develop hope for the future with a plan to activate that hope (Turning Heartache Into Triumph).
The Next Step published this Cognitive Task at isodoit.com under Education | Personal Awareness and Self-Improvement and Societal | Relationships
Doers: 7 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: Foundation | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Mar 22, 2019 | When: | Duration: 20 Minute
Steps:
  • Go to the 'demo' tab above to watch the video, “Perfect” by Pink. Select "Successful" when you have finished.

    As you watch, pay attention to the way the character in the music video overcame a childhood full of hurt - some of which she contributed to - and found triumph in the process.

    Return and finish the steps when you have finished.
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  • How did the girl at the end of the video turn her pain into victory?

    How are you going to make an effort to change the voice in your head to LIKE YOU?
    response:
  • Pink begs us to change that voice inside our heads. Still not sure what voice she is talking about?

    It's the one that shouts that we are not good enough, smart enough, attractive enough, strong enough, wealthy enough, and the list goes on.

    That voice, my friend, is a liar. It's the voice most of us struggle with, and you can call it out and override it with the truth.

    Do you agree?
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  • Here are some ways you can practice calling out the lies and replacing those lies with the facts.

    Poverty? No, not even that is true. You are rich in friends, support, talent, personality, opportunity, brothers or sisters, intelligence, laughter....take your pick or add a new one in the space provided.

    Attraction? Nope. You got it. Look in the mirror again. Only this time stop focusing on what you think are flaws. Look at your eyes, your smile. Hear your laughter. Remember the way people have responded to your kindness, your strength, your gentleness (which is another form of strength and attractiveness), your jokes, your intelligence, again the list goes on. All of these qualities are beautiful and attractive.

    Name your strengths. List all of them.
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  • The voice in your head that is shouting and seething with anger is a hateful voice we all have to shut down at times.

    If you didn't have worth, then it wouldn't bother you. So you could say that the louder it speaks, the more value you have.

    Remember that. "God don't make no junk." That was a popular quote back in the 70's. It was true then, and it's true now.

    You are not junk.

    Will you focus on your strengths and qualities when the voice tries to get you to focus on something negative?

    Simply turn it around. Whatever it says is a negative, think of the opposite that is positive. Now focus on that until you feel yourself gaining confidence.

    What has "the lying voice" been saying to you?
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  • Take that message and wrestle through it until you come to what is opposite and positive.
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  • If you couldn't get to a place where you believe the positive message, then take heart.

    This often is not something that people can do alone. It takes others who see them objectively to be able to help them.

    If you don't have that someone yet, then continue to post to your community and/or team, so we all can be in your corner to help you win.
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