Repairing Relationships in Recovery Worksheet

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What are the theories behind this worksheet?

This worksheet is based on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) concepts. CBT stresses the interaction of ideas, feelings, and actions. 

This worksheet identifies and challenges the negative thinking patterns linked with strained relationships, coinciding with the cognitive restructuring part of CBT. 

How will this worksheet help you?

This worksheet is a useful tool for users in recovery who want to mend and improve their relationships

It provides an organized approach to self-reflection, assisting individuals in identifying important difficulties, good characteristics, and goals for change within certain relationships.

How should you use this worksheet?

To use this worksheet, users should start by determining the connections they want to strengthen. 

Use the table given to organize your ideas on important concerns, good characteristics, and improvement objectives for each connection. 

Reflect on negative thinking patterns related to these connections and use the CBT concepts suggested to confront them.

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