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CBT

COGNITIVE DISTORTIONS IN CBT

Posted by:   |  Mar 07, 2016

Cognitive distortions, one of the main concept of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT in short, refers to inaccurate way of thinking. These irrational thoughts and beliefs are usually reinforcing negative thinking and negative emotions. These negatives can lead to problematic emotional states and behavior, like anger, anxiety, low self-esteem, worry, depression as well as relationship […]...  Read more

Change your Thoughts – Change your Life

Posted by:   |  Oct 27, 2010

Every time you shift your thinking and choose a positive and constructive attitude, you upgrade the software of your mind and build your self esteem. You send a clear message to your brain that says: “I am responsible for my attitude and happiness and choose to do what it takes to be fulfilled.” This does […]...  Read more

How to Use Positive Self Affirmation

Posted by:   |  Oct 26, 2010

Self-affirmation refers to behavioral or cognitive events that sustain, support and strengthen the perceived integrity of the self. Examples of self-affirming events include: (1) receiving positive feedback from others, and (2) reflecting upon positive aspects of oneself. Positive affirmation is similar to real state or an asset of being that exists in you. You can […]...  Read more

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