A commitment is a promise to do some action.
If you are now safe physically and emotionally, released fear and speaking to self in a compassionate way, your pain is beginning to turn into power. But how do you harness that power so that you can train our actions to move abundantly into our purpose?
One way is to commit to one action that will move your life forward. It can be anything you feel will help you. In turn, you are respecting, honoring and loving yourself.
Some examples of commitments are as follows:
- Keep a journal of successes (times you resisted temptation, overcame an obstacle..etc)
- Create an inspiration book with pictures of people you love, songs, poems, quotes..etc
- Move toward your opposite (ex. if you are too dependent, try being more independent)
- Seek understanding not blame (blaming prevents growth)
- Play the tape back (review a negative event and play the tape back. What could you have done differently?).
- Accept all sides of yourself, they are there for a reason
- Action first, feelings and clarity will follow (don’t wait until you feel motivated just start)
- Do something you enjoy that is good for you (ex. take a walk, see a movie)
- When in doubt, don’t
- Notice the source (before you accept advise, notice who is telling it to you, they must be strong where you are weak ie a clear sounding board)
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Always remember: if you are not quite ready for healing, don’t despair. Keep reading, keep learning and think about the benefits of changing vs the cons of changing. You are not alone. Talk to your health care provider and come back when you are ready. We will be here when you are ready. We love you and stay safe. Start with your safety plan today. Safety plans can be found on the blog posts under safety plans.