In early childhood you adopt the beliefs of influential people in your life (parents, siblings, peers, teachers). Beliefs are also formed by the meanings you associated to early childhood experiences. When there is trauma, negative core beliefs are adopted. These beliefs then influence negative thinking patterns.
Negative Thinking Patterns
Thinking itself is a habit. The same negative self talk you had yesterday is the same negative self talk to had last month. Negative thoughts rooted in negative core beliefs lead to undesirable feelings of anxiety, stress and more. To alleviate these feelings, you may find yourself engaging in harmful behaviors including substance abuse, which may lead to addiction.
MindSET for Recovery
Eliminating the negative coping behaviors doesn't equate to healthy self-worth. In fact, once you get into recovery you have to deal with the negative thoughts and feelings that lead to the behavior. This course will teach you how to make fundamental shifts to your mindset so you thrive.
- Understanding Your Mind (FULL LESSON) FREE PREVIEW
- MindSET for Recovery Workbook Cover Page
- MindSET for Recovery Workbook
- Identifying Your Personal Negative Thought Patterns
- What Is A Neural Pathway & Why It's Important To Understand?
- How Gain Leverage Over Your Minds Perceived Fear of Change
- Shifting Your Mindset
- The Core Work
- What Is Cluster Thinking & How Do You Dismantle It!
- Creating Impactful Bridging Statements
- Using Your Peak Performance Time
- Make Clear The Vision
- How To Position Yourself For Power
- Minimizing Distractons
- Generating Momentum
- 6 Intellectual Faculties
- Goal Review
- What Went Wrong?
- Identifying The Faculty
- Your Area Of Focus
- Strengthening Intellectual Faculties