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In this exercise, consider how satisfied you are with your current life situation. Looking at what you would like to change will help you to create meaningful goals for the future.

1.2 My life at the moment

1. My pathway to CSAM

Various underlying factors and motivations form a path towards your use of CSAM, by triggering thoughts and emotions that lead you to harmful behavior. In the exercises, you will be asked to reflect on your own life and values, as well as other perspectives on the use of CSAM.

Task 2: My life at the moment

Reflect on the following questions and write down your answers:

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What is your life situation like at the moment?

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How satisfied are you with your current situation? Score 0–100 (0 = very unsatisfied, 100 = very satisfied).

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How much does using CSAM affect your satisfaction with life and your happiness? Score 0–100 (0= not at all, 100= very much)

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What would increase your satisfaction with your current life situation?

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What would decrease your satisfaction with your current life situation?

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What are you missing in your life at the moment? How realistic it is for you to reach the things you miss? What would it take to achieve these things? How is using CSAM getting you closer to the things you miss in your life?

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What do you expect from the future (e.g. in six months, one year, five years, twenty years)?

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What dreams and hopes do you have for your future? How would it be possible for you to reach your dreams and hopes? What is stopping you from achieving your dreams?

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How would your life change if you stopped viewing CSAM?

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How motivated are you to work on the tasks in this ReDirection program? (0= not at all, 100= very much)

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What do you hope to gain from the ReDirection Self-Help Program? List three things.

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What do you expect the ReDirection program to be like? Is there anything about the program that makes you feel suspicious?

1. My pathway to CSAM

Various underlying factors and motivations form a path towards your use of CSAM, by triggering thoughts and emotions that lead you to harmful behavior. In the exercises, you will be asked to reflect on your own life and values, as well as other perspectives on the use of CSAM.

Look back over your answers and try to identify some key points that make you feel motivated to continue your rehabilitative journey.

1. My pathway to CSAM

Various underlying factors and motivations form a path towards your use of CSAM, by triggering thoughts and emotions that lead you to harmful behavior. In the exercises, you will be asked to reflect on your own life and values, as well as other perspectives on the use of CSAM.

What is a self-help program?

  • it is based on treatments that have been shown to be effective in treatment

  • it consists of different sections

  • it includes information and exercises to help you manage your everyday life and symptoms

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