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Being Responsible and Reliable

Abstract: Presents a strategy for learning to become more responsibly and get rid of irresponsible behaviour.

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Being Responsible and Reliable

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Written by: Gunborg Palme, certified psychologist and psychotherapist.
First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 15 Aug 2008.

I feel like I am not able to deal with responsibility, any kind. I am often not dependable. Also I often mess up my work. How can I deal with this?

Answer:

It takes time to grow up and become responsible. You have to work hard with yourself. Some people never manage to get there.

Getting into contact with your feelings

The firsts, and most important, step, is to get into contact with your uncomfortable feelings. Only by knowing them, can you learn to handle them responsibly, and get rid of tendencies to act without responsibility.

The responsible and irresponsible parts of you

Learn to recognize the parts of you who wants to act responsibly and irresponsibly.

Working on your way of life

By working on solving your problems in life, you can get happier and more satisfied.

Learn to solve problems

Once you understand your feelings, this article teaches how to use your knowledge to find better solutions.

Changing yourself

Being responsible involves changing yourself. This article teaches how to do this.

Productive thinking

To act responsibly, you have to learn to think in responsible ways, and reject irresponsible ideas.

Changing your way of life step by step

You cannot become a new human overnight. Take one step at a time. Make a plan for how to change yourself.

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