Accepting the world as it is


Hi, Can you please help me with this model please? I have been avoiding, resisting sadness for awhile and now I seem to be able to move through this by accepting. I am not sure about the results I create in my models. Thank you very much.

Background: My 7 year old son returned to school this morning after 8 months. He told me when I went to bed last night: “You know you can feel lonely even when you’re with people. I would like to send this virus into space and be able to touch and play with my friends. I wish I could see my friends whenever I want .. ”

Default model:
C: Emerson said to me, “You know you can feel lonely even when you’re with people. I would like to send this virus into space and be able to touch and play with my friends, I wish I could see my friends whenever I want. ”
P: I wish the world was different
E: Sad
A: I ask him questions and make him talk about how he feels, I cry after putting him to bed, I write him a little note that we read together the next morning, I notice that my brain takes me to black scenarios and I feel worried. I refuse to accept the world in which I live.
A: I still think I wish the world was different

Intentional model
C: Emerson said to me, “You know you can feel lonely even when you’re with people. I would like to send this virus into space and be able to touch and play with my friends, I wish I could see my friends whenever I want. ”
P: The current world is an opportunity to show myself even higher as I would like it to be
E: Acceptance
A: I define the way I want to be in order to influence this world in my own way in all the roles I play: woman, mother, wife, sister, daughter, friend, businesswoman etc. I take the time to put this in writing, discuss it with my husband, I listen as much as I would like to be listened to, I look at the opportunities I have to become that person. I repeat to myself Mr. Obama’s slogan: “when they go low, we go high.”
A: I realize what I can do on a daily basis to improve what is in my power to improve in the world I live in.