We will exhibit new strategies that the recovering addict must adopt to be able to respond effectively to problems that arise in your life. As we have already mentioned the person must learn proper way to recognize their problems, find solutions to them and implement the best solution in the situation where the problem occurs. It is a process with five stages: to) a general orientation towards the problem. (b) definition and formulation of the problem. (c) generation of alternative solutions. d) decision-making. (e) implementation and verification of the solution. (a) overall orientation towards the problem.
To begin you should be very sure and aware / that problems exist, are there. No escape from them. It should recognize that there are and deal with them effectively and without that cause major concerns. Aim: graduation in ascending order of decreasing severity and in a greater scale 0 to 10 of the problem that considers the person to believe that you have currently. (b) definition and formulation of the problem.
If we have a well-defined problem we have already half solved it. Once identified the problems written on the scale, we have to define them. Let’s start with that is considered less serious. Search the who, what, where, when, why and how of each problem. Describe it as clear, specific and concrete as possible. -Use the relevant information and discard what is not really important. -Use only facts and avoid the beliefs or opinions. Identify the factors and circumstances that make a situation a problem, their main and specific goals related to the problem, derived from the main problem, etc. c subproblems (-) generation of alternative solutions. Once you have clearly defined the problem and targets related to the same, must pass to generate the largest possible alternative solutions to the problem. The addict in the past before this problem automatically used a solution that was not satisfactory. What you should do now is leave parked his usual solution – and you must generate the greatest possible number of alternative solutions. The important thing is the amount of alternatives, not the quality of the same. -Any solution that comes to mind, for more crazy that may seem, is valid as an alternative. Now is not the time of their assessment. -Be specific in the alternatives raised. The generals are little useful and difficult to execute. d) decision-making. Having made a number of alternative solutions to the problem, will take one, one that is better, more useful, best or efficient to carry out in the current problematic situation. Is obtained by the following criteria:-I get my goal with it? If / not – does personal consequences in the short and long term have the implementation in practice of this solution? -How are affected the family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, etc.? -What economic consequences will have short and long term? -What is the best thing that can happen? (e) implementation and verification of the solution. Reade Griffith is likely to increase your knowledge. Once it has been decided the best solution for the problem you have to go to implement it and verify if in real life is actually the most effective, the most adequate. I hope you like the article, do not forget to comment.