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Title: Day 21_Triple Threat
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Goal: this task will improve the confidence about the goal to resolve differences (Say What?! Escape from Drama).
Next Step - JP published this Cognitive Task at isodoit.com under Societal | Foster Care and Education | Interpersonal and Social Skills
Doers: 6 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 15, 2019 | When: | Duration: 10 Minute(s)
Steps:
  • Drama Busters start the process of healing. Healing restores what may have been lost: a life filled with love, hopefulness and a sense of well being.

    Return and review as often as you like:

    1- Be honest.
    2- Ears first. Mouth second.
    3- Don’t assume. Ask.
    4- Keep it chill.
    5- Own your stuff.
    6- Recognize that the other person cares about you.
    7- Release offense.
    8- Humble yourself. Lower your guard. Swallow your pride.
    9- Ask for help. Hear the truth. Practice saying, “I was wrong” - without adding, “but you…. or I don’t like it when you….”
    10-Forgive. Make peace with yourself and others.

    How important to you are the Drama Busters as your go-to strategy when things tense up?
    response:
  • We encourage you to let down the walls that may be guarding your heart, allow yourself to be vulnerable, and believe that the other person involved cares enough about you to remain in the conversation.

    Trust emerges with the understanding that you will not be devastated if someone lets you down. Disappointed? Yes. Hurt? For a while. But hurts heal if you let them.

    While everyone has a bad day, and we all have faulty communication filters and blindspots, the good days should far outweigh the bad in normal relationships.

    How confident are you that you can engage in conflict with an eye toward building a stronger friendship or relationship as a result of it?
    response:
  • By learning to trust, you will have discarded a survival tool called mistrust, where once you may have felt as if you were forced to protect yourself.

    You will have replaced it with a new tool - trust - that opens yourself to accept good people and richer friendships.

    The triple bonus is that you will have added more tools - happiness and a sense of stability.

    How strongly are you motivated to pursue these new tools?
    response:
  • On a scale of 1 to 10, where would you rate yourself in terms of being "I'm A Drama Queen And Love It" (being 1) or "I'm a Drama Buster who Builds Up, not Tears Down" (being 10)?
    response:
  • We've included a Drama Checklist in the 'unscheduled' tab. Look for it above. Click the box beside the title, and schedule it as often as you like.

    We recommend scheduling the checklist once a week to increase your momentum.

    Interested?
    response:
  • When you're ready, advance to the 'unscheduled' tab and select the 8th isoCourse called, "Vision4YourFuture."

    Schedule it. Do it. Post to your community and/or the JP team, and remember to check 'my journal' for comments.

    The isoCourse runs for 21 days straight, including weekends and holidays.

    Are you in?
    response:
  • Do you think someone else could benefit from this isoCourse?

    If so, please feel welcome to share the link by going to the 'Course' tab above and then select the 'Share' tab.

    Are you willing to share the wealth?
    response:
  • The next time you find yourself in the midst of conflict, just smile inside and know that you have the upper hand because you know how to resolve differences so both of you feel like you've gained something important from the interaction.

    All our best to you!
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