Choosing one thought for the T line.


Am I working through these models correctly?
When I do a model, I usually have quite a lot of thoughts about a C-line, but did I understand it correctly, that a model can only have one thought/sentence in it?

Here are my C-line and possible T-lines:

C: Partner says he will make a decision during the weekend.
T1: It’s stressful for me, that he can’t decide.
T2: Both choices are bad
T3: He has to make this decision quickly or there will be consequences for other people -including me
T4: More time is not going to solve this

The F- line is going to be slightly different as a result of what T-line I put in the model, so that means they can’t all go in there, right? Does that mean that the other thoughts have their own models? How do I choose which model to make? Or do I do more than one, when I realize that there is more going on in my mind?

In this instance, if I pick the first T-line I wrote, the model looks like (please give me feedback on this):
C: Partner says he will make a decision during the weekend.
T1: It’s stressful for me that he can’t decide.
F: Stress, annoyed.
A: Thinks about it like it is my decision to make.
R: His decision take up space in my mind and stresses me out, and I secretly blame him for it?

…But If i choose T3 as the T-line it’ll look like:

C: Partner says he will make a decision during the weekend.
T3: He has to make this decision quickly or there will be consequences for other people -including me
F: Fear
A: Ask him about it repeatedly during the weekend, plan for how I will “survive” in worst case scenario.
R: Drama

Intentional model.
T: It is his decision, and he gets to decide when it is being made.
F: Trust, relief
A: Not mentioning the decision until next week. Putting it in my calendar for next week, that I have to take in to account his decision then, as it relates to me.
R: I only make decisions about things that are real and concerns me. Feeling of companionship and trust in him.