“Role-Model Revisiting Day” Tool

We all have role-models in our lives, who give us an example of how to be and how to act, feel, think, etc. Often parents or siblings or significant people in our lives act as role-models. Whether we are aware of it or not, we can take on their values and beliefs. Especially as children, we are apt to either absorb what the role-models have to offer or exactly the opposite and we find ourselves rebelling against the example that our role-models offer.

Later in life, perhaps when we are teenagers or perhaps when we are adults, there comes a time when it is best to keep what we want from our role-models and let go what no longer serves us. What would you do if it was Role-Model Revisiting Day today? Check out the “tool” below and claim what has been offered to you by your role-models example and free yourself from the rest!

RoleModelRevisitingDay

 

If you have any questions or comments about this “tool”, email Sharon at Sharon@SharonSanborn.com

Author: SharonSanborn.com

I offer Life and Relationship Coaching, Psychotherapy or Counseling for Individuals and Couples, On-Line Courses, Art and Photo Therapy and Hypnotherapy to individuals and couples. I also offer Clinical Supervision for counselors/social workers, Voice Dialogue facilitation and the following Courses "Stop Getting Triggered or Defensive: Chill Tools for Self-Control", "Stop Fighting and Get What You Want: Listening and Speaking Skills" and "Turning Dating Disappointment into Success for Gals" as well as "Introduction to SoulCollage® Workshops" and "SoulCollage® Gatherings". More information at www.SharonSanborn.com or 206-283-9767 in USA or Sharon@SharonSanborn.com

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