Thank you for reading through this series — I hope it has given you something to think about in terms of your own strengths and abilities. This post lists the final column of the 1994 Many Voices publication from one of my outpatient group exercises based on Kathleen Adams MA book, Journal To the Self.
The group was clearly getting more comfortable with sharing their answers, and as you will see, there are a few cheeky responses! Enjoy!
71. Able to handle a wide range of situations.
72. Have our own world
74. Look young for our body age
77. Hard Workers
78. Deep sense of things – Reflective
79. Sense of humor
80. Strong defenses
81. Alter can relieve each other from hard things, including fatigue
82. Being spontaneous
83. Unpredictable — Full of surprises
84. Feeling the difference in genders inside
85. Enjoy many things
86. Changing psychiatry and the social view of abuse and the mind
88. Willing to risk
89. Accepting of others
90. An innocence and naivete
91. Strong desire for Love. Life. Wellness.
94. Have energy and power from our anger
95. Learn to think for ourselves
96. Get to buy and hold stuffed animals
97. Sense of justice
99. Capable of multiple orgasms
100. Change agents
101. Fierce hold on life
Doesn’t this list just make you smile?
Maybe you saw some strengths that apply to you too.
Keep these in mind – it’s good to remember your good points.
Your comments and list of strengths are welcome. 🙂
Copyright © 2008-2017 Kathy Broady MSW and Discussing Dissociation
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