Checking your “ANGER” levels and taking responsibility

Hello, everyone, and welcome to another beautiful day! I just made a call to the doctor to set up various appointments, request medical records, and get prescription refills.   It is not a big deal, but it had to be done sooner or later.  I chose sooner.

I had to make several different requests, but that was fine, as I had it all written down.  Then I got blindsided. “What is the fax number you would like me to use to send your information,” the very nice lady asked.  “It is…”  Oh no!  That’s the telephone number!  Where is the fax number?  Before you called, you had it right in front of you in your planner.  That’s right!  Calm down and use your visual scanning.  So there it is, after all!  I located it and read it to her.  Mission accomplished.  See, that wasn’t so hard!

I typically would get angry with myself, but not today.  I just accomplished my task, and now it is time to move on.

So, getting angry at yourself is not helpful, and if you can take responsibility for your actions, you have made WONDERFUL PROGRESS!


God bless you all and have a wonderful day!

Published by braininjurysupportgroupofduluth

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