A Guide to Practicing Frame Control

  • September 9, 2019 |
  • 3:26 pm |
  • Ed Nissen, MSW, LCSW

Experiences often give us our most profound lessons in life. At a basic level of functioning, experiences serve as survival lessons. At their highest level, experiences create transformative awareness which leads us to self-actualization and transcendence. Typically, most of us fall somewhere in the middle of this range on any given day. Even our “average” experiences serve a purpose in developing the majority of our learned behaviors. Still, experience continues to define us in many ways. Mood. Mindset. Actions. Beyond the role experiences play in our development, experiences rely on how we view ourselves, but maybe more importantly, how we view our circumstances and environments. This is often thought of as how we frame our experiences, and how we frame our experiences is everything.

What is Frame?

Frame is the context in which you perceive your…

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