I admit that I have trouble following directions. When somebody tries to give me directions that are complicated, I stop listening and figure things out on my own.
Maybe I should be following directions I give others and ask for what I need. The next time I have trouble following somebody’s directions, I’ll direct them to slow down so I can take one step at a time.
Yesterday, as I was following directions during a group psychotherapy conference, I noticed these directions:
I remained calm while hearing the following directions during the group therapy conference:
- Put your feelings into words.
- Take interpersonal risks.
- Let go of old, unhelpful scripts.
- Connect with others.
- Use the support that’s available.
- Embrace the beautiful fiasco of being human.
- If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito in the room.
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