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So yesterday I was at my friend’s house. We ordered dinner and were all eating, and she told me that her and her daughter do this thing every night.
I loved it a lot so lets start doing it!
1. How were you kind today?
2. How were you brave today?
3. What happened that you want to do better tomorrow? (How did you “slip” today?)
I love this!!
1. I was kind by listening to my friend talk, with no interruptions and judgments
2. I got out of bed, when I wasn’t in the best place this morning, and told myself to be brave and get through the day
3. I want to communicate better with people I am close to.
What a great idea! We could all use this extra dose of motivation, tbh
1) I was kind by offering to do something for my grams when I noticed she needed the help; usually I would wait patiently until she ASKED or said so, but this morning I offered to take the load for her. She was shocked.
2) I was brave, I think, by looking my depression in the face and picking up my pad + pencil and drawing for the sake of drawing. I also got some writing done. I know I’m rusty because it’s been kicking my ass and I haven’t kept up with it, but I felt good after!
3) I feel, like Torry, I can definitely be more vocal. Especially with people I know I can trust won’t turn me out.
Yay! Glad you guys like 🙂
1. Today I was kind to MYSELF by checking all my emails and following up on them 🙂
2. I was brave by coming to work, even though I REALLY wanted to stay home and hang out with Willow
3. I want to work on being more efficient with my time, and work on procrastinating on things I am dreading
1. Today I was kind to myself by explaining that I needed extra support at work today and feeling confident enough in myself to ask for it from those around me.
2. I don’t know if this counts, but I was brave YESTERDAY by going to therapy (even though I didn’t want to and knew what was coming) and hearing out my therapist on an issue I’ve been facing for a very long time, hearing her out on how to proceed in my recovery process.
3. I want to work on my anxiety and this somehow casual sense of fear I have facing simple tasks; I don’t like that it has such a grasp on me.
1. Today I was kind by paying for my grandmother’s shopping this morning when I noticed she didn’t have the money for everything.
2. I was brave today by discouraging my disordered thinking and convincing myself to eat.
3. I’d like to improve more with my eating as it’s not simple to maintain nor is it all that great. But I’ve made the stride in accepting I need therapy.
I love this!
Today I was kind by being a listening ear to someone in need
I was brave by enforcing my boundaries
I’d like to try to spend more time outside!
1. I was kind today by doing some self-care and letting myself sleep in instead of waking up really early like normal.
2. Today I was brave by acknowledging that I may need to go back on my anti-depressants and making that phone call to let my psychiatrist know how I’m feeling lately!
3. In line with #2, I slipped up by allowing myself to be put down by feeling like I’m doing something wrong/feeling less than competent for asking my doctor about going back on my old meds.
I agree with the rest of you that this is an awesome idea!
1. Today I was kind by helping my mom put her allergy shots in.
2. Today I was brave by handling a new Warmline caller who was experiencing similar issues that I had once faced and being able to give her feedback that I needed to hear at some point in my younger years.
3. Something that happened today that I need to do better at tomorrow is that my mouth is too spicy sometimes (usually as a defense mechanism) and even the people I love most tell me I should work on the way I talk/respond to people. So this is what I want to work on.
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