KC: Even though I received conflicting answers on what to do. I choose to sit with the information and “play” with what feels right for me.
KC: Even though I feel overwhelmed and confused with all this information. I choose to take some time and review and think about what would work best for me.
KC: Even though I feel really confused. I choose to be open to figuring out the right course for me.
EB: Holly Molly, who knew I would get so much feed back
SE: Pros and Cons
UE: Tones of conflicting opinions
UN: I don’t know what to do
CH: I feel so overwhelmed and confused
CB: I don’t know what to do
TH: At least I have options and directions
EB: I can look at the pros and cons for each item
SE: This is my life and decision
UE: If I make the wrong choice I can correct it
UN: This is just about the first few steps
CH: It’s not life and death
CB: It’s going to be okay
UA: I can take a few days to mull everything over
TH: I get to choose what works for me
EB: I have possibilities before me
SE: I have forks in the road
UE: I can “feel” what makes sense for me
UN: I can explore some of the options further before deciding
CH: I can look at each point one at a time
CB: I didn’t know which way to turn before
UA: Now I have possibilities
TH: Woo-Hoo! I have possibilities and choices
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: Step by step, inch by inch---taking baby steps out of the prison of vagueness. I now have choices and can take a few days to figure it all out and gather more information to help me decide. I am rich with choices!
As you go through your day and start to feel overwhelmed---stop and tap on the CB and say, “I have a plethora of options and choices---how rich is that!”