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How to be at Peace | Internal Family Systems Exercise

How to be at Peace | Internal Family Systems Exercise

Dr. Marie Fang offers a “parts work” exercise from the Internal Family Systems framework to help you feel more integrated in your approach to life and more at peace about your decisions.

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How to Be at Peace: Embracing an Integrated Self

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If you feel like your mind engages in an internal dialogue so epic that it could be featured in a soap opera, you may be helped by this Internal Family Systems Exercise to help you experience greater peace. Today we’re going to explore something called a “parts work” exercise from Internal Family Systems.

Today we’ll focus on a specific exercise from this framework to help you feel more integrated and at peace within your internal dialogue. To start, you might be helped by focusing on a specific situation or decision-making process that you feel unsettled about.

1. Identify Internal Parts
It’s important to first identify who all is participating in your internal dialogue. Sometimes there are about 2-4 distinct characters that like to chime in with their input on your life. See if you can parse them out and give them names to help you understand them, such as “planner,” “nurturer,” or “critic.”

2. Write out the Dialogue
Often when we let these internal parts go on default mode, there may be some disruptive dynamics at play, such as one voice dominating or interrupting, while others might be a bit quiet. By writing out the dialogue like a screenplay, it allows an opportunity for all parts of yourself to take turns appropriately in your internal dialogue.

3. Moderate the Conversation
If the written conversation becomes toxic or abusive in nature, feel free to moderate to be sure all parties are interacting appropriately.

4. Reread
The process of writing out our internal dialogue often accomplishes what we need to feel more peace, but sometimes rereading the dialogue can be illuminating as well. If you feel you may need more support, you might consider sharing this dialogue with a trusted loved one or with a therapist to help guide you towards a healthier internal interaction.

Over time, you may find that the tools you learn in this exercise will start to naturally bleed into your normal thought process. If you ever get stuck again, feel free to repeat this exercise as needed.
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What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is common in women and what it does is to impact on bladder control. What I want you to know is that it won’t get better on its own so you will need to seek help.

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Your pelvic organs include the bladder, uterus and bowel. They are held in place by tissues called ‘fascia’ and ‘ligaments’. These supporting tissues help to join your pelvic organs to the bony side walls of the pelvis and hold them inside your pelvis.

What Do My Pelvic Floor Muscles Do?

Your pelvic floor muscles hold up your pelvic organs from below. If your pelvic floor muscles are weak, then your pelvic organs might not be held in their right place. As a result, they may bulge or sag down into the vagina.

What are the Types of prolapse?

1. Pelvic organs may bulge into the front wall of the vagina (cystocele).
2. Through the back vaginal wall (rectocele or enterocele)
3. The uterus may drop down into the vagina (uterine prolapse).

What are the Signs of Prolapse?

1. Urinary tract infections.
2. Difficulty emptying your bowel.
3. Heavy sensation or dragging in the vagina.
4. A lump bulging out of your vagina.
5. Your bladder not emptying as it should.
6. Weak urine stream.
7. Sexual problems (pain or less sensation).

What are the Causes of Prolapse?

Often it is childbirth that is the main cause of a prolapse. On the way through the vagina, the baby can stretch and tear the supporting tissues and pelvic floor muscles. The more vaginal births you have, the more likely you are to have a prolapse.

How to Prevent Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

What you can do is to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.
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