By Robin Prior, Mike Leibling
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What ELSE was going well? You may have overlooked these at the time, given what else was going on. So really think back to what you can now see or hear or feel was going well or even just ok for you. And now revisit these: A1 So what were you thinking in that situation? A2 And what were you feeling in that situation? A3 What were you needing or missing or lacking or not given? A4 What role were you playing? A5 And what were you believing to be true? A6 So what title would you give this situation that best sums it up now?
Mike asked. ‘Because I began my sentence with “I believe”. If someone tells us that “I believe” (or think or want or need or feel) – then who are we to tell them that they don’t believe (or think or want or need or feel)? Sure, we can believe (or think or want or need or feel) something different in ourselves – that leads to discussion. ’ Case study: ‘You are both right’ A client was convinced that someone was taking small items from his locked desk. He had changed the lock himself and no one else had a key.
A4 What role were you playing? Er. (Long pause). Mr Timid Mouse, I think. (Long pause as this sinks in. ) A5 What were you believing to be true? ) I’m not worth bothering with. I’m useless. I’m going to get found out. I’m a fraud. I’m helpless. I’m being victimized. I am the victim. I am the victim of the year! That’s about it! Victim of the year. ) A6 So what title would you give this situation that best sums it up? ’ B1 What’s the best thing you could be thinking to get what you want in that situation?