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Title: Day 9_Betrayed
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Goal: this task will increase the confidence about the goal to forgive and regain a sense of dignity, purpose and well being (Justice).
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 20, 2019 | When: | Duration: 10 Minute
Steps:
  • Have you ever been betrayed by a friend or someone else close to you?

    If so, briefly state what happened.
    response:
  • Go to the 'demo' tab to learn more about handing the emotions that stem from being betrayed.

    Let us know how much the video helped - or didn't - when you've finished.
    response:
  • Does the message hit home with you in any way?

    What happened that you can't forget?
    response:
  • Betrayal hits hard. Even the name sounds painful.

    People often hurt others because they're hurting themselves and can't understand what they're doing.

    Also contributing are feelings of jealousy, self absorption, a lack of maturity, inability to communicate conflict and pain avoidance.

    None of this is right. None of it really helps when you're the target of someone's inability to cope.

    So what do you do?

    a) Realize you don't have to trust them unless they prove they've made significant changes over time.

    b) Move on. You don't have to remain in relationship with them.

    c) Forgive. Let go of the pain.

    d) Wish them well in whatever way feels most appropriate to you.

    It is perfectly okay to distance yourself and give yourself time to heal.

    Are you willing to do the above?
    response:
  • About that situation you can't forget, is it safe to speak with the person about what happened?

    Is it even possible to do so?

    If so, are you willing to have the conversation to relay what you thought happened and how it made you feel?
    response:
  • If it's not possible to have a conversation, or you're just not ready to do so, then are you willing to begin the process of walking away from the negative feelings and the power the betrayal has had over you?
    response:
  • All injustice hurts. It all stings.

    We can remind ourselves about who we are because the core of who we are remains the same. No one can touch that.

    So what do you see as a strength about yourself? What qualities do you really like? What kind of person to you aspire to become?
    response:
  • Hang onto to that when bad things happen because nobody can touch that part of you.

    How much do you agree with this?
    response:
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