Different Components of Recovery
Different Components of Recovery. There are different stages to recuperating after an injury. Many people forget that they need to recover emotionally from the effects of their injuries on their mental state and that healing is much more than simply physical.
The components are as follows:
1. Psychological Recovery
This requires them to recognize that they have suffered a major injury as well as the ability to assess the severity of the injury, recognize that their injury is real, and recognize that they have been seriously hurt. It also entails the ability to make sound decisions and accept responsibility for their injuries.
Recovery from injury in psychological terms is a new way of thinking about themselves and their world and a new rational self evaluation. Recovery requires making an individual decision to do something different than before, to start doing something different than before, and to make a rational, reasonable plan to do these things.
2. Physical Recovery
This involves the ability to exercise and to build physical stamina. The ability to exercise and build physical stamina is demonstrated. The ability to exercise and increase existing fitness, to exercise at a continuously high level, and to acquire physical endurance are all signs of physical stamina.
3. Cognitive Recovery
Cognitive recovery is the ability to process information, to learn, and to retain this information. It is the ability to identify meaning in the information they are receiving, to understand the information, and to think about the information. This includes the ability to build memories, to learn facts, and to remember facts. You’ve proved your ability to think when you can comprehend, categorize, and write about what you read or write. A person’s writing talent isn’t displayed when they aren’t paying attention to what they’re writing and are unable to detect themes in their work. Once you’ve honed your writing skills, you can start writing.
4. Emotional Recovery
This involves the ability to feel and to express their emotions. Because this manifests itself in the ability to cry, express feelings, laugh, and dance.
With all the recovery processes, healing begins with the ability to feel. When people feel they can make rational decisions, can make rational plans and can be active, it leads to the ability to heal. This is the ability to recover from traumatic events and to move on with your life and have emotional recovery. When we are able to develop these abilities it is the beginning of our healing process. It is the beginning of our personal power to heal.
We can review a list of all the recovery options available to us. This is useful, however most of us don’t fit neatly into each of these categories. We may look at how we were feeling at the time, and if we were in an emotionally unstable and vulnerable situation, we can look at the words and concepts we used to describe it. A list like this can help us find our way.
The process may be messy but the process will be better if we work together and take charge.