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Episode Info: Show Notes: “My life has been filled with terrible misfortunes, most of which have never happened.” - Mark Twain What a great quote by Mark Twain. It humorously summarizes something that is so true, so important, and so often ignored. Our minds are constantly bombarded with negative thoughts, visions of horrible things that may happen to us, and terrifying reasons not to do the things we want to do. The worst part is that these thoughts disturb us for so long and we never do anything about them! Well, that’s about to change. Luckily, we have a very powerful technique available to us called “reframing”. Reframing involves identifying our unhelpful thoughts and replacing them with more positive or adaptive ones. This week that is our focus and we start with the 5 stages of griefhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%BCbler-Ross_model from Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. Chris & JC go on to talk about what they went through the divorce process and how they were able to recover by changing the way(aka re-framing) the way they saw the situation and changed their outcome ##### PROMOS & FEEDBACK If you want to just reach out and chat with us, we are here for you - contact us at support@thelifeofdads.com. Send us your feedback, guest ideas, show topics and more to chris@thelifeofdads.com or call us at 888.247.9217. Everything gets read and listened to.
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