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Title: Day 3_Flip It
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Goal: this task will increase the enjoyment around the goal to activate hope with a plan (Turning Heartache Into Triumph).
Next Step - JP published this Cognitive Task at isodoit.com under Societal | Foster Care and Education | Interpersonal and Social Skills
Doers: 10 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 06, 2019 | When: | Duration: 15 Minute(s)
Elements: ( element | product | description | amt )
  • Writing Supplies : Notebook | Generic | Paper and pen |
Steps:
  • When you think about overcoming painful situations, understand that you have the ability right now to begin turning what was said or done into the opposite, positive direction.

    For example, Adele, one of the world’s most recognized singers, turned her biggest heartache into an album that was awarded 6 Grammys, and she got rich in the process - in more ways than the obvious.

    Adele told Q magazine that many of the songs on “21”, such as “Rolling in the Deep", are about the end of her first real love.

    She told MTV News: "It broke my heart when I wrote this record, so the fact that people are taking it to THEIR hearts is like the best way to recover.”

    In other words, Adele turned her heartache into an unexpected but huge victory when she directed her pain toward her gift of singing and song writing. She healed by following her strength. Others benefited from listening to her passionate songs, as well.

    Go to the 'demo' tab above and watch the video of her song, "Rolling in the Deep". When you've finished, let us know what you thought.
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  • Now try this exercise to discover your strength and passion.

    Describe three negative qualities you've heard about yourself, using only one or two words to describe them.

    Quickly list the opposite quality beside each statement. It's the opposite, positive qualities we're going to focus on.

    Again, one or two words only should be used.
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  • The negative words may have carried a sting when you wrote them. We hear you!

    We've all been on the receiving end of unkind remarks that simply aren't true about us. They actually went against the very best part of ourselves.

    In our innocence, we may have believed what was said. Maybe we even acted out to prove what they said was right. But it's not right. It's not the real us.

    With that in mind, your opposite list could look something like ours would look:

    *hurtful. NO! kind/friendly
    *worthless. NO! respect/valuable
    *dumb NO! smart/intuitive/inquisitive
    *rebel NO! noble warrior/honorable/creative

    We have a theory that the negative statements are the very opposite of what you were meant to be.

    Consider that you're already the person with the positive attributes, and that you're already expressing them.

    Maybe other people's views were warped by their own negative self image and past experience.

    What do you think about that?
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  • How confident are you that these positives describe the real you?
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  • We hope you'll make it a habit to play to your positive side.

    We're not saying to be self absorbed. Not at all. We're saying to recognize that you deserve to be treated well, and that starts with how you respect yourself when you've been through something difficult.

    With that in mind, go do something nice for yourself today, like shooting hoops, getting an ice cream, going to the movies, whatever makes you feel good that doesn't have a negative after effect.

    Will you?
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