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3. , expecting someone who is usually late to show up on time, expecting people to be polite in rushhour traffic, expecting that police officer not to pull us over even though we were speeding). If experience told you that what you expected was unlikely, what would have been a more reasonable expectation? 4. As you may be seeing, our expectations are often just plain mistakes in our thinking. If we learn not to make that kind of mistake, we won’t be unpleasantly surprised. Acceptance is more comfortable than resentment.
If the client is unable to generate personal examples, use scenarios and direct him/her to develop self-instructions for the person in the scenarios. A FROM RECKLESSNESS TO CALCULATED RISKS All of us assume risks in everything we do. However, the risks we take in a given situation can be reckless, not thinking through the consequences, or calculated. Taking calculated risks involves a number of things. First, it means avoiding acting too quickly on impulses. Next, it involves thinking a situation through to its conclusion and anticipating the consequences.
Below are a few ideas about what you can do to succeed at this: a. Plan regular activities with others around shared interests—avoid frequent requests for last minute get-togethers. b. Learn to listen and pay attention and respond specifically to what is being said. c. Pay attention to small courtesies—remember birthdays, call or email to say “hi,” and thank people for favors. d. Get organized—keep phone lists, use a calendar to log dates and commitments. e. What others can you can think of? B 9.