Posts Tagged "psychological flexibility"

Step Back and Disentangle From Unhelpful Sexual Thoughts and Feelings

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Step Back and Disentangle From Unhelpful Sexual Thoughts and Feelings

  In a recent post I discussed how to get unstuck using the six components of psychological flexibility. Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Acceptance (acceptance). Valued living (defining valued directions).   Committed Action (commitment). Observing Self (self-as-context). Disentanglement (cognitive defusion) (Anstiss & Blonna, 2014). These same six processes are used to get unstuck from unhelpful sexual thinking that is keeping you from having the kind of sex life and relationships you want and deserve. In this post I want to focus on the Observing Self and...

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Get Unstuck With Sexual Acceptance

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Get Unstuck With Sexual Acceptance

  In a recent post I discussed how to get unstuck using the six components of psychological flexibility. Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Acceptance (acceptance). Valued living (defining valued directions).   Committed Action (commitment). Observing Self (self-as-context). Disentanglement (cognitive defusion) (Anstiss & Blonna, 2014). These same six processes are used to get unstuck from unhelpful sexual thinking that is keeping you from having the kind of sex life and relationships you want and deserve. In this post I want to focus on what Acceptance means and how it...

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How Lack of Clarity About Your Sexual Values Gets You Stuck in a Rut

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How Lack of Clarity About Your Sexual Values Gets You Stuck in a Rut

In my last blog I talked about how you get caught in a sexual rut because of  psychological inflexibility. I described the six core processes that contribute to being psychologically inflexible and getting stuck; (1) Lack of clarity of values (2) Dominance of outmoded scripts and learning (3) Cognitive fusion (4) Attachment to the conceptualized self (5) Experiential avoidance and (6) Inaction, impulsivity, and rigidity . The six processes work independently and combine synergistically when getting stuck sexually. I’ll go into these six processes in my next blog. In this blog I want to talk...

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through Disentanglement

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through Disentanglement

In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Valued living (defining valued directions).   Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Committed Action (commitment). Acceptance (acceptance). Observing Self (self-as-context). Disentanglement (cognitive defusion) In this post I am going to discuss Disentanglement (Cognitive Defusion). Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching uses the term the conceptualized self, to refer to what clients would probably think of when asked to describe themselves to someone else. It is their internalized picture of how they see...

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through the Observing Self

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through the Observing Self

In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Valued living (defining valued directions).   Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Committed Action (commitment). Acceptance (acceptance). Observing Self (self-as-context). Disentanglement (cognitive defusion) One of the goals of Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching is having clients cultivate and view the world from the perspective of the observing self – that silent, quiet part of the self that persists through time, observing and noticing change in the world, containing all the changes that go on...

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