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Do you feel more in control? 6. ” This way, you can take control of your feelings and actions. This is hard at first, but if you keep doing it, the pause and the question become automatic, just as the flash into rage was automatic. When you pause automatically and think this way, you control your anger, rather than it controlling you. At first, reminders help; think of someone you trust to help you with this. Explain what you’re doing, and ask him/her to watch your mood and if you start looking angry, remind you to pause and find the threat.
What tasks can you usually complete, whether or not they’re difficult? e. , frequent reminders, no distractions, notes to yourself)? A 2. Please choose one task you have difficulty completing. , laundry, shopping, homework). Write it here. Start documenting every time you successfully complete this task and how you succeed. If you have found a method that worked for this task, you can use it for others. 3. Here are four additional suggested strategies. a. , get to the bank, get quarters, sort clothes versus do laundry today).
Behavior 2. Situation Consequence(s) For one of the behaviors you listed in question 1, choose a situation with which you continue to struggle. Complete the following formula to learn how to take more calculated risks. a. The situation is: b. What outcome do you want to achieve? A c. What are some things you can say to yourself in this situation to avoid an impulsive response, such as “slow down,” “don’t take it personally,” or “relax and think for a minute”? d. Write out concrete instructions to yourself in the format below.