4 Ways To Handle Any Problem (From DBT)
From the video, how I handled the problem:
1. I solved the problem of the flipped video by learning some rudimentary skills in Microsoft’s video editor and in Blender.
problems often involves learning new skills, finding new resources or support, or looking at the problem differently.
2. I changed my feelings about the video by emphasizing that I finished it, and if I got it out before midnight, I would keep my promise.
Changing your feelings
about a problem often involves learning to see things from different points of view. This includes different time scare and other peoples’ points of view.
3. I tolerated the problem by accepting that this video is far from perfect and that my learning curve will help others.
problems can involve reminding yourself that the problem is temporary, not dangerous, not important, or some combination of those.
4. I stayed miserable by not getting the rest I should have today, in order to work on the video and on websites today.
involves deciding that right now, for a moment or for awhile you are not going to (be able to) choose one of the other ways to handle the problem. It’s best in small doses.
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The next video in this series will address the 4 ways to handle any problem from a community/societal (political) point of view. When it is released from Patreon and added to the site, I will link it here.
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