What does context reframing mean?
Context Framing means giving another meaning to a statement by changing the context you first found it in. The meaning will appear different when placed in a different situation.
Context reframe is when we keep the same behaviour but change the place and the time of that behaviour.
Context reframe is when we think of a different context whereby if the same behaviour happened; the behaviour would actually be good.
We often present our problem with “I’m too....”, “He’s too....”, “I’m not enough....”, and “He’s better” as often as an exaggeration of the behaviour or as a comparative deletion.
For example, a father may say that his daughter is very verbal. This can be an advantage in a situation when she has to stand up for herself and put up a fight.