Addiction Treatment Homework Planner,4th Edition by James R. Finley, Brenda S. Lenz

By James R. Finley, Brenda S. Lenz

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What tasks do you have difficulty completing? b. )? Please be specific. c. , not enough time, boredom, too many distractions)? Please be specific. d. What tasks can you usually complete, whether or not they’re difficult? e. , frequent reminders, no distractions, notes to yourself)? A 2. Please choose one task you have difficulty completing. , laundry, shopping, homework). Write it here. Start documenting every time you successfully complete this task and how you succeed. If you have found a method that worked for this task, you can use it for others.

Expecting ourselves or others to do something perfectly the first time, or the twentieth time, rather than recognizing that we are human and make mistakes). Example: d. , expecting everything to go the way we want, though it seldom does). Example: 6. Some other emotions that arise when we form expectations and they aren’t met are self-pity, anxiety, and discouragement. In your experience, how have anger, resentment, self-pity, anxiety, and/or discouragement been triggers for your past addictive behaviors?

We may get distracted, get tired, lose focus or interest, jump from task to task, procrastinate, or lack confidence. Finishing any task successfully involves four steps: (1) determining what you need to do, (2) recognizing cues that focus is slipping, (3) using tools and techniques to help stay focused, and (4) checking progress and rewarding yourself. By doing this, you have a better chance of finishing what you start, which will help your self-confidence and make it easier to start the next task.

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