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Take Inventory: Create your Stroke Diagram

Take Inventory: Create your Stroke Diagram

Be-oriented stroking: I am accepted for who I am

Do-oriented stroking: I am accepted/punished when I do good/bad

Stroking can be be-oriented or do-oriented; stroking can be positive (praise) or negative (punishment).

Think about the interaction with family members when you were growing up: mother, father, grandparents, aunts, uncles, ...

Place them in your stroke diagram.

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