My favorite DBT skills lesson is Emotion Regulation Worksheet 8A – Examples of Emotions That Fit the Facts. It’s one of the first worksheets I share with my new clients. I tell them to go home and make flashcards, do whatever they need to do to memorize this page. Because this is one that will begin toContinue reading “Dealing with Invalidation when Sadness Fits the Facts”
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Are Judgments Keeping You Down?
Originally published December 15, 2018 on jamieschmidtlpc.com How do you motivate yourself to do better? For years whenever I felt like I was falling short on something, I would call myself as a “Stupid B****.” For many of us, that’s just how we’ve learned to talk to ourselves. Those who shaped us (parents, teachers, coaches,Continue reading “Are Judgments Keeping You Down?”