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Quote Dr. Ellis

Posted by Rex Alexander on Sun 13 Jan 19 in Albert Ellis |

“The art of love is largely the art of persistence.”      ~Albert Ellis 3,215 total views, 3 views today Originally posted 2016-03-12 23:46:45.

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Dr. Ellis on Unconditional Self Acceptance – Video

Posted by Rex Alexander on Sat 12 Jan 19 in Acceptance, Albert Ellis, Books & Media, Self esteem, ULA, UOA, USA, Videos |

This is part of a wonderful audio recording of Dr.Albert Ellis on Unconditionally Accepting Yourself and Others Click to listen. 1,474 total views, no views today Originally posted 2013-08-02 20:48:25.

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Whine! Whine! Whine!

Posted by Rex Alexander on Fri 11 Jan 19 in Albert Ellis, Demanding, must, musterbation, musty thinking, Rational Songs & Limericks, Videos |

Dr. Ellis loved making fun of his and our distorted thinking and irrational behavior with humorous rational songs, and  limericks.  Humor is, of course, fun, but also very powerful in helping us break the fonds of our irrational thinking.  Here is a special video by Dr. Ellis singing his famous “Whine! Whine! Whine!” song about […]

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How many books on REBT-CBT do I need to read?

Posted by Rex Alexander on Fri 4 Jan 19 in ABC Technique, Albert Ellis, Books & Media, Uncategorized |

A Loyal Reader asks : How many books on REBT/CBT does a non-professional need to read?  Good question!  To find out, click the blue link below… 3,494 total views, 6 views today Originally posted 2013-02-05 21:36:37.

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Ten Cognitive Distortions & Four IB’s

REBT-CBT is built on the premise that we all make fundamental mistakes in the way we think about ourselves, other people and life in general, and that these mistakes (irrational beliefs and cognitive distortions) are the real cause of (virtually all) of our misery and dysfunction and failure. This is so important!   Continue reading to see […]

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What is the difference between healthy & unhealthy emoting?

Posted by Rex Alexander on Fri 28 Dec 18 in Albert Ellis, Demanding, Emotions |

  When adversities happen to people, they can choose to make themselves either (1) healthfully negative, sorry and regretful and annoyed and frustrated and disappointed about the happening  or (2) unhealthfully negative . . .    572 total views, 1 views today Originally posted 2013-07-16 21:52:38.

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APA Discussion with Beck and Ellis

Posted by Rex Alexander on Wed 26 Dec 18 in Aaron Beck, Albert Ellis, REBT, REBT & Other therapies compared |

American Psychological Association 108th Convention Washington DC, August 4-8, 2000 3309 New Concepts in Practice: On Therapy   30 total views, 2 views today

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REBT and the Subconscious Mind

Posted by Rex Alexander on Sun 23 Dec 18 in Albert Ellis, REBT & Other therapies compared |

A loyal reader asks what Dr.Ellis had to say about the subconscious mind.  7,159 total views, 3 views today Originally posted 2014-06-10 03:41:30.

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REBT, Mindfulness, Behaviorism potpourri

From Vipasana to Zen to Mindfulness to CBT-REBT to Acceptance to the “Thrid Wave” of behaviorism, to Tourette’s (and maybe a few comments about the kitchen sink as well) 6,378 total views, 3 views today Originally posted 2015-07-05 04:09:57.

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Is “should” ever necessary?

A faithful reader asks What’s the best response to “I should have ______  (done x y z more) and if I had, things would be different now”?     Thank you.” Ah, yes!  Our “Darling Shoulds!”  How we resist relinquishing them!   As if they were some jewel more precious than diamonds!   😉  6,062 total views, 3 views today Originally […]

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