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it's 09 Jun, 2024 9:42 am

Exercise Summary

Different individuals can share the same experience but walk away with a different perspective and interpretation.
• Positive reframing is about finding the good in a situation that is negative. In other words, learning to see the good in the bad.
• Rather than focusing on the negative consequences, positive reframing teaches you to look for opportunities of growth in the future.

Main Activity

Next time I see myself reacting irrationally when I'm dealing with someone else I will try and see the situation from their point of view

Always consider that there are three points of view in any situation or interaction – (i) what happened as I saw it, (ii) what happened as the other person saw it, and (iii) what really happened

We suggest a frequency of: Daily
and it could last 15

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A Butterfly Life: 4 Keys to More Happiness, Better Health and Letting Your True Self Shine

Times of change can be a challenge, no doubt! Whether it’s a relationship breakup, job loss, or being diagnosed with a serious health issue. Or you may WANT things to be different, but it feels a little scary or overwhelming. The butterfly reminds us change can be beautiful, even necessary, in order to realize our full potential and live our best life.