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Returning to Compassion Model

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Ruth Diaz

on 26 January 2016

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Abundance
"Be the change you wish
to see in the world"

"Be the change you wish
to see in the world"

Target
Bully
Bully
North
North
West
East
East
South
Hero
By
stander
fear
Reactions
Polarities
Black/White
S
e
n
se
of
Destiny

Mindset
Villain
Victim
Vicar
ious
anger
sadness
rage
terror
worry
judgement
shame
fight
flight
fix
freeze
concern
Survival
decisions
bad
wrong
reach
retreat
recoil
resent
rebel
recruit
rescue
restrict
Relationship
"helpful"
"helpless"
despise
despair
good
Target
West
Hero
By
stander
numb
collapse
South
Villain
Victim
Victor
Vicarious
open
give
trust
Challenger
Creator
Connector
Coach
change
butterfly
effect
A
B
witness
right
gratitude
human
Returning
to
Compass-ion
Returning
to
Compass-ion
B
C
D
Z
helpless
frustration
anger
explode
irritation
emplode
sadness
curious
What am
I missing?
irritation
frustration
collapse
expand
numb
power
ful
power
less
guilt
Understanding
defend
deflect
In any social
situation
the first awareness of stress
a slight rise for someone and a slight loss for the other
raised
voice
posture
volume
voice
posture
volume
lowered
We are noticing
The beginning cycle
of relationship
Polarities
feel
how do you notice interpersonal changes?
is a separation
of power during an
interaction
Bully
Monster
Psychopath
EVIL
Enemy
bad-guy
Naming what
we fear:
villains
are
known
for
what
others
feel
when
they
"FIGHT"


villains
are
known
for
what
others
feel
when
they
"FIGHT"
when
we
become
aware
through
fear

we
think
in
black
and
white
black
and
white


Target
Innocent
naive
fragile/weak
"special"
disabled
geek/nerd
minority
Hero
Victor
what goes up
must come down
bystander
wallflower
passivist
s
Relationship
Polarities
SHAME
judgement
fix
"helpful"
feel
Ruth Diaz, M.S.
www.returningtocompassion.com

In this first moment

of social discomfort
Other ways implied
President
King
Heroes are short-lived roles played people (with suspected "superpowers") who "save" or "protect" us in a situation full of feelings of
Other names
Winner
LESSNESS
HELP




HOPE

POWER



While we would most often prefer to be perceived as a hero
(versus a villain or a victim)
sooner or later
all victors
&

heroes
fall
and the polarity cycle begins again
but where do heroes go when they fall?
Failed!
I'm only
Human!
we send them to a place of powerlessness
where the rest of us often feel like we exist
turn
Ruth Diaz
pass
to
Com
Re
ion
ing
"SEE
"SEE
the
you wish
to
BE

BE

the world"


in


http://www.amazon.com/Treatment-Complex-Trauma-Sequenced-Relationship-Based/dp/1462524605/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
http://www.johnbriere.com/adol%20trauma%20tx%20manual%20-%20final%208_25_08.pdf
http://www.amazon.com/Treating-Complex-Trauma-Adolescents-Adults/dp/1412981441
http://www.amazon.com/The-Commitments-Conscious-Leadership-Sustainable-ebook/dp/B00R3MHWUE
http://www.amazon.com/Treating-Complex-Traumatic-Stress-Disorders/dp/1462513395
Internal Family Systems Therapy
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0984392777?keywords=internal%20famly%20systems%20model&qid=1450834901&ref_=sr_1_sc_3&sr=8-3-spell
http://www.castlewoodtc.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/courtois_ctsd.pdf
pdf
books
other
links
http://www.standforcourage.org/
http://conscious.is/
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Adults
Adolescents
SELF HELP
Leadership practice
FOR CLINICIANS
turn
pass
to
Com
Re
ing
ion
change
References & Resources
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we start to take the lists that helped us
White
Black
Right
Left
Fight
Flight
Climb
Dig
Scream
Freeze
we turn these short-term labels of absolutes into beliefs about our world
and about each other
White
Black
fix
break
right
wrong
win
lose
good
bad
me
you
us
them
black (skin)
white (skin)
survive
Right
Left
In
black
and
white
thinking
is threatening
to our sense
of overwhelm
and our need to feel
white
like we will
SURVIVE
SURVIVE
DIVERSITY
D
I
V
E
R
S
I
T
Y
so we polarize in our
relationships with our environment and make decisions on who's WRONG and who's RIGHT
WRONG
RIGHT
RIGHT
Thinking
http://addictionmanagement.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Understand-Addiction-Download.pdf
CPTSD
Addictions
http://www.amazon.com/Emotional-Intelligence-Matter-More-Than/dp/055338371X
www.addictionsmanagment.org
or a
reaction
seen through
verbal
and
body
language
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