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On the last track we discussed the first key to past redemption. We also introduced the “Healing Hurts” Technique.
On this track we will discuss the second key to past redemption. As you will see, the second key to past redemption is restitution. We will also discuss living in the present. As you listen to this track, you might think of how restitution can help your client. Could playing this track in an upcoming session be beneficial?
Case Study: Jack
For example, Jack was especially anxious regarding a colleague who was on his team at work. In one of our sessions, Jack stated, “One day I was so anxious that she was going to screw something up that I came right out and said it. I told her, ‘You better be really good because we’re all counting on you and if you don’t do well, you’re going to make us all look bad. I hope you did your homework, because this is not a dress rehearsal!’
Jack stated, “I know the presentation may have gone differently if I hadn’t given her this last minute lashing - at the very moment she needed my encouragement the most.” Would you agree that Jack’s situation deserved relational restitution? How might you have responded to Jack?
Living Fully in the Present
On this track we have discussed the second key to past redemption. The second key to past redemption is restitution. We also discussed living in the present.
On the next track we will discuss if only’s. Our discussion will focus on the overcoming regret technique, and will include the following three coping tools. The three coping tools are making a wish I’d done it list, solving the problem before it starts, and developing the mental muscle to move on.
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