Finally, the counselor goes into how Mr. F.'s fears affect his job. After all, his colleagues are already annoyed by his negative view of things. The counselor recommends not expressing negative thoughts to your colleagues, if possible, but instead talking about neutral or positive things.
An exercise that requires discipline, but helps to improve thoughts and feelings. For words are a manifestation of thoughts. In addition, Mr. F. can signal his colleagues like this: It's getting better again - it's my turn and I'll take care of it. Ultimately, this not only improves their well-being, but also their mental health and thus their quality of life.
Case study from the consulting practice of the Fürstenberg Institute. The case was anonymized with the consent of the person concerned.