Reframing is used to change the meaning or the context of something so that it can be viewed differently, with the aim of creating a shift in thinking, feeling etc. Here is a light-hearted example...
A few days ago I was having a casual chat with Maureen and mentioned we decided to come back home to Tauranga after spending a fabulous few years in the islands. This was mainly due to our children getting older and ideally have them learn more than how to climb coconut trees, nomatter how much they loved doing so.
In a blink of an eye Maureen said something like ``You know that means they have been learning to climb the ladder of success already then, aye!” ☺ smile emoticon Well there is a different take on it and I like that. Think I will share that one.
~ Margie, Tauranga ~
Maureen opened her clinic in 2009 and specialises in conditions related to stress, trauma and chronic long-term health concerns that tend to stump the medical practice (though often found to be linked to stress).