Work WITH them. Not against them.

Thanks for elaborating, great advise…

Heathers Helpers

A very special person in my life got me thinking about how I have managed to get my Helpers to work more as a team. I decided to elaborate a bit on this topic in a blog post and hope that perhaps my methods will help someone else work better within their system as well. As always, these are only my personal experiences and if someone else finds a better way that works for them? Please do stick with what works for you. 🙂

The first order of business? Ask people ESPECIALLY the professionals to stop using the word integration or other words that give the impression that we want to make our Helpers go away. My whole system FREAKS OUT every time they hear this word or others like it. Panic is caused and panic is never good. Nothing at all can be accomplished. How about speaking about the…

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About dbsanwgaconsumernetwork

We come together in support groups to share our experiences, learn from one another and gain strength and hope, all with the goal of improving our lives. Participants make the group a safe place by fostering a supportive, trustworthy, respectful, non‐judgmental and nurturing atmosphere. Participants use information they've gained from others at the meeting to make their own judgments about correct strategies for themselves. We are not just a support group we also provide training on advocacy, living well, art therapy, light therapy, and much more to come.

Posted on January 16, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks for the reblog!!!! I’ll be following your site now as well. 🙂

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