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Twelve ways to change your thinking
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Brains love to make sense of things, to figure out and understand the reasons behind things and to attach meaning to events. However, when your thoughts become stuck in an overwhelmingly negative cycle, you might struggle to get free.

Helps with: anxiety, depression

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About Thinking – Automatic thoughts (from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy)

Automatic thinking is a stream of thinking that is triggered by events or memories and ideas. It is often outside of your awareness, but you can easily bring it back into your awareness. Automatic thinking is predominantly negative, often constant and continuous, and can be thought of as ‘mind chatter.’

What are the things that you’re good at?

Sometimes all you have to work with are the parts of you that have been around for a long time. These parts are the things inside of you that have gotten you through the tough times — the times when you thought you might not cope and the times when you struggled (even if others did not notice).

Are you a flexible thinker?

We love the idea of flexible, agile bodies, but what about flexible, agile minds?

I understood a bit about CBT and my expectation was to learn to apply this to my own problems. Yes, my expectations were met and actually exceeded!

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