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Title: Day 3_What's in Your Way
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Goal: this task will increase the proficiency of the goal to separate fact from fiction. (Perception vs. Reality).
Next Step - JP published this Cognitive Task at isodoit.com under Societal | Foster Care and Education | Interpersonal and Social Skills
Doers: 7 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 14, 2019 | When: | Duration: 15 Minute(s)
Steps:
  • Did you role play yesterday?

    If you didn't have a chance to do the exercise, we encourage you to try it as soon as possible, but continue on with the isoBlog.
    response:
  • If you followed through with the role play, what was the question the other person asked, and did you use any of the skills from the list we offered up in Day 2?

    If you didn't do the role play, was there a situation that came up in real life where you had to figure out what was really going on? Tell us about it.
    response:
  • Whether it was a real-life situation or a role play, how did the interaction make you feel at the end?
    response:
  • Did the interaction make you communicate differently?

    Did you work to understand each other better?

    Think of it this way, your mouth can be as important as your ears in communicating through emotionally charged situations. It helps to learn how to talk to a person in a way they understand.

    That alone helps to build trust, making those emotional landmines less intense.

    Go to the 'demo' tab and watch the film clip from "The Blind Side" for a little more insight.

    Tell us what you thought about the clip when you've finished watching it.
    response:
  • Could it be that, like Michael in the film, the self-protective and necessary tools you once used for survival are no longer working for you?

    Choose how often you use self-protective tools.
    response:
  • List as many of the survival tools you needed while you were growing up.

    To get you started the "tools" could have been:
    *quick reaction time
    *aggressive mannerisms
    *staying out of sight (under the radar)
    *verbally or physically attacking
    *being loud
    *running away or hiding from danger
    *untrusting
    *one-sided communication
    *intimidating
    *sarcastic
    *pleasing
    *non-confrontational, etc.
    response:
  • List survival tools you're using that often leave you worse off than before.

    *** We're going to end this session on a good note, so don't stay in this place and feel bad about it. Be tactical. Be like a Navy Seal or Delta Force. Go in. Get what you need. Get out.
    response:
  • If you're unclear about what has to go then think about it this way: if you react in a way that consistently makes people feel angry, hurt, frustrated or manipulated, then it has to go.

    If the reaction shuts you down, makes you sad, frustrates you, or makes you feel inferior, then it has to go. The sooner the better.

    You deserve some peace and happiness in your life. So do your friends and coworkers.

    Are you willing to let go of old tools that no longer work for you and develop new ones?
    response:
  • Why don't you lighten things up a little, and just go make someone else's day a little brighter?

    Suggestions:
    *Offer a friendly smile to a stranger.
    *Open a door for someone.
    *Pay for someone's coffee or ice cream or whatever yummy treat you're in line for.
    *Offer to help pick up something someone dropped.
    *Complement someone who looks like they could use one. (Hint: we could all use one.)

    Willing?
    response:
  • We'll see you tomorrow! Hope you have a good story for us about making someone's day.
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