Yes, I do believe that there are some instances that cannot be avoided or changed when a person is put in a dissatisfactory situation. Answering calls and/or maintaining a shift that isn’t bustling are some examples. I have experience both and have manage to keep my mind in some form of satisfaction. When I was living in North Carolina (in the military) I had a customer service job that had me on a shift that wasn’t bustling (I was on night shift). It was mandatory for someone to be on shift, but there were many times it was extremely slow and boring. Since my job wasn’t strict on tending to personal matters, I would accomplish any personal tasks when I had down time. Those personal task would vary in school work, bills, working out and/or studying. I was able to fulfill the need of the mission with my job and accomplish the personal task I had outside of work. 3
Natalie CalawayFebruary 15, 2020Organizational PsychologyPsy-434-90-24-3- Which emotion regulation technique do you think would be the most successful in mitigating boredom and why?In therapy I learned about Dialectical Behavior Therapy(DBT). There were four modules 1.Interpersonal effectiveness;2.Distress tolerance/reality acceptance skills;3.Emotion regulation;4.Mindfulness skills.I would have a meeting or training session explaining how to tackle a person’s emotions and the risks behind not comprehending vulnerability. The tools given in this session would learn how to acquire and maintain keeping their emotions in check and having an avoidance in becoming unbalanced4
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