Dissociation, Regaining Self-Focus and Moving Past Thinking About the Narcissist

Dissociation, Regaining Self-Focus and Moving Past Thinking About the Narcissist

Needing help with some ways to focus back onto yourself? Do you dissociate and feel numb but you are ready to start feeling again? Here are a few ideas for getting your focus back onto yourself after narcissistic abuse.

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Bliss Mission: Create a Mental Blueprint of Who You Want to Be

Bliss Mission: Create a Mental Blueprint of Who You Want to Be

Blueprint Education materials

┬áToday’s Affirmations

I study my behaviors to make myself better.

Having intimate knowledge of myself facilitates my efforts at self-improvement. Knowing who I am allows me to see my shortcomings and enables me to work at lessening or eliminating them.

I have a mental blueprint of the person I want to be.

I take the time to reflect on my words and actions and determine if those behaviors exemplify this person. I look at that blueprint each day and take the necessary steps to match my actions with it.

I acknowledge that sometimes I simply react instead of thinking first. I get so worked up by others or unpleasant life situations that my feelings overshadow my goal.

I am a conscious being. I am instantly aware when I disappoint myself by giving into negative emotions. When that happens, I take steps to renew my focus. I realign my actions with my blueprint and all is well with my world once again.

Today, I vow to remain aware of the person I want to be. I commit to carefully assessing my actions to ensure they are aligned with my behavioral goals. I desire to be a better person and acknowledge that there is always room for improvement.

Today’s Self-Reflection Questions:

1. Do I listen to the feedback from others about my behaviors?
2. Is there room for improvement where my behaviors are concerned?
3. How many times do I allow myself to make the same mistake?

 

 

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