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A letter to risky business worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a worksheet that is a letter to a risky business worksheet, which will help you write about your behaviour that you want to get rid of and let it go.
What is a letter to a risky business worksheet about?
Life is all about ups and downs, a person may feel down when he thinks he can not get peace through anything, at that part of life the person may get help from some external source to feel better. These feelings of numbness may last only for sometime, the outcome of such behaviours is very risky and that is why it is known as a risky business, you may become totally dependent on, like drugs and alcohol, because indulging in such behaviours will ruin you physically as well as mentally.
How will a letter to a risky business worksheet help?
This worksheet is about helping you be aware of why you fell for risky business in your life, what was the reason behind it and how you feel after engaging in it. This will help you let go of that behaviour and concerns.
Instructions on how to use letter to a risky business worksheet.
Fill this worksheet when you get to know that if you know you engage in any risky business, and write down the answers according to the questions.
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You should always seek help from a mental health professional or medical professional. We are not providing any advice or recommendations here.
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