By Karen R. Koenig
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At first it will be hard to let go of the sadness or disappointment, but continue to try to shift your mood to a lighter, more upbeat one by focusing exclusively on the joyful memory. Again, attend to the details of the context that produced your exhilaration. Let it flow through your body like white light for a few minutes, feeding your delight with more particulars if it starts to ebb. Notice how your entire body feels better, lighter, brighter, as you absorb all the joy and expand into it, and how your energy increases and your outlook brightens.
Let’s return to my earlier example of having learned to finish the food on my plate and see how my belief that “It’s wrong to waste food” stacks up against Maultsby’s criteria for rational thinking. You can decide if my belief is rational or not. • First, is my belief based on fact, and if so, what is the objective evidence that wasting food is wrong? There is not a shred of objective evidence here regarding causation, that leaving a french fry on my plate is criminal, sinful, or of harm to anyone.
I hope that at least once you had to reach out for help. The point is that you kept moving and problem solving and getting help until you succeeded in reaching your goal. In fact, the only way you could have failed to reach your objective was if you stopped putting one foot in front of the other. The same process works for becoming a “normal” eater. You may need to ask for help, creatively overcome obstacles on your own, and occasionally stop to take stock of your progress. There will be times when you feel as if you’re zooming ahead and other times when success seems so far away that you want to give up.