Transtheoretical Model of Change in an Occupational Therapy Group
Kimberly Addon, MOTS
I'd like to thank everyone for participating so much today in this group. I have one more question before we finish up for today.
Do you think your level of activity has changed over time? And how do you feel about that change?
Well, I definitely don't do as much as I used to, but I've found new things to enjoy doing and I am satisfied with that!
Ed, that is a great way to consider things! Ben, what do you think? You seem upset.
Honestly, I just don't get the point of all of this. I don't want to sit here and talk anymore.
My life is meaningless. It always has been and it always will be. I'm in constant pain, I can't get around without my wheelchair. Talking about it won't fix anything.
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