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How to do Recontextualize your feelings? Can someone provide link where I can find good points?

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Peter Watson aka surgreen Professional   Build an Income Online
I am generally considered a tactless bloke at times, however, I believe I am often misconstrued. I am a little too honest for my own good sometimes. That said, I have access to several free pdfs which may be of some use or interest. Please follow the posted link https://drive.google.com/file/d/1w1sMV-4uBoi8hcavCpXg-gyGabUJLtWV/view?usp=sharing
Feb 16th 2020 02:17   
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Recontextualize your feelings (however tumultuous they may be) as important growth milestones.

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Mar 18th 2020 08:59   
Ashly Wilson Freshman  Social Media Professionals
Recontextualize your feelings (however tumultuous they may be) as important growth milestones.
Apr 18th 2020 01:55   
Scrapebook Journal Senior  Creativity Projects
Recontextualizing and Reframing
Sit in a quiet room where you won’t be disturbed.
Close your eyes and focus your attention on your breath.
It’s natural for your attention to become distracted.
May 3rd 2020 22:37   
Boyd Martin Advanced  How Quantum Physics Does Health
I oftentimes find myself being my own spin doctor--attempting to rationalize and make reasonable decisions I've made. It is a type of "re-framing"--making the negative look like a positive. There is power in this, because we are much more willing to take responsibility for our actions if we know they are making a positive contribution to society. Of course, there's a fine line between rationalizing away a crime and reframing your worldview, but it's a similar mechanism.

Well known corporate trainer, Karen Sladick, says, "Reframing is used to alter the meaning of something. When you use reframing, you look for something positive in everything that happens, regardless of how bad it might seem initially. In every situation, you can learn something to help you grow. Reframing can work wonders and keep you in a positive state more often. To reframe, you need to:

Change the meaning from negative to positive.
Identify what you can learn.
Focus on the benefits to be gained."
May 8th 2020 19:25   
Mr Styles Advanced  Leather Jackets Men
Fist discuss your confident person and then search from google for an instant, Quora, ask etc.
Jul 20th 2020 23:50   
Web Curator Senior  Content Publishing
Recontextualizing and Reframing
Sit in a quiet room where you won’t be disturbed.
Close your eyes and focus your attention on your breath.
It’s natural for your attention to become distracted.
Mar 29th 2021 23:50   
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