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“Things will be better when” is an example of what kind of thinking?CorrectIncorrect
Thinking about things as either “good or bad” or “black or white” is an example of what thought pattern?CorrectIncorrect
When we reject positive information or validation that may contradict a critical self-view or negative beliefs, what thought pattern are we stuck in?CorrectIncorrect
There are habitual thought patterns that increase distress and contribute to feeling stressed or anxious. Recognition: Write (or discuss) a personalized example of each.
All–or–nothing thinking: Seeing things in black and white categories, ignoring the shades of gray.
Over-focusing on the negatives: Picking out a single negative detail and ignoring the positives.
Disqualifying the positives: Rejecting positive information because it doesn’t fit our beliefs
Jumping to conclusions: Assuming we know “how” “what” or “why” rather than asking for clarification
Catastrophizing or Awfulizing: Amplifying in our mind the “badness” of an interaction or event, which only escalates how upset we feel.
Overgeneralization: Taking one example as proof for a general rule.
Conditionality: I’ll be okay (or “it” will be better) when…
Which of these have been most problematic?
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