Self-Care Tip – To be our own friend, be accountable for the service we do.
Bree was someone who was into details. The moment of now was her reality. She didn’t naturally consider the, “What if’s,” of tomorrows – but she did for the now. And in her moments, if she slowed her day down so we could see all the threads individually weaving themselves together, we would see her doing lots of things. Whirr. She was busy.
I am a giver. I know that I give all the time. And I don’t get much from others.
Bree states she wasn’t getting much. Giving, yes. Getting, no. Hm. Let’s look at the threads that she spins and weaves. Is this true?
Question: Using the biopsychosocial model, what are the
things that Bree, or you, might be getting from giving? Break it down!
- The Biopsychosocial Model for Where Emotions and Behaviors Come From (friendtoyourself.com)
- Emotions – One Part of The Multi-Paradigm Weave That Makes Us Who We Are (friendtoyourself.com)
- Me! Where Emotions and Behaviors Come From (friendtoyourself.com)
- Finalé – Me Again. Everything Starts and Ends With Me – Even Emotions and Behaviors. (friendtoyourself.com)
- The Growing Process Shifts From Shame and Fear to Friendship (friendtoyourself.com)