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TOOLS for anxiety, panic, depression, anger, etc.
|There are three parts to the Recovery International Method:
1. Attending Recovery International meetings and giving four-part examples.
The Recovery International Method is a system of cognitive-behavioral self-help techniques for controlling behavior and changing attitudes. People who practice the living skills detailed in the Recovery International Method learn to change their thoughts and behaviors; changes in attitudes and beliefs follow.
Recovery International’s tools are the cognitive behavioral self-help techniques people use to guide themselves through difficult situations
Sample Recovery International Tools
- Humor is our best friend, temper is our worst enemy.
- If you can’t change a situation, you can change your attitude towards it.
- Be self-led, not symptom-led.
- Nervous symptoms and sensations are distressing but not dangerous.
- Temper is, among other things, blindness to the other side of the story.
- Comfort is a want, not a need.
- There is no right or wrong in the trivialities of every day life.
- Calm begets calm, temper begets temper.
- Don’t take our own dear selves too seriously.
- Feelings should be expressed and temper suppressed.
- Helplessness is not hopelessness.
- Some people have a passion for self-distrust.
- Temper maintains and intensifies symptoms.
- Do things in part acts.
- Endorse yourself for the effort, not only for the performance.
- Have the courage to make a mistake.
- Feelings are not facts.
- Do the things you fear and hate to do.
- Fear is a belief—beliefs can be changed.
- Every act of self-control leads to a sense of self-respect.