How do we deal with anxiety about the future of a son who is not doing well in high school? 3,879 total views, no views today Originally posted 2014-07-13 03:53:10.
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Beat Your Smoking Addiction By Dr. Michael R. Edelstein, Author “Three Minute Therapy” Three Minute Refutations (TMR) involve a powerful exercise for changing your addictive thinking. 5,589 total views, 1 views today Originally posted 2017-07-31 00:00:19.
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It’s true! I never tire of talking about my “darling shoulds.” 1,087 total views, no views today Originally posted 2015-03-20 05:06:07.
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REBT Mates, it may have been yours truly who coined the term “disguised shoulds.” Dishonest “why” questions are one of the most obvious examples. Dishonest “whys” pretend to ask for an explanation when in fact they are really making a “should” statement. 1,397 total views, no views today Originally posted 2017-01-30 21:19:36.
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Perhaps there are such people as “pure philosophers” who placidly think about the “meaning of life” as a kind of “recreation,” and are not motivated to do so by existential angst. 4,116 total views, 1 views today Originally posted 2015-03-11 05:39:27.
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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 bonds of our irrational thinking. Here is a special video by Dr. Ellis singing his famous “Whine! Whine! Whine!” song about […]
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HOMEWORK OK, we know that REBT emphasizes various types of demands, including but not limited to, shoulds, oughts and musts, as well as a number of what I refer to as disguised shoulds typically insincere “Why?” questions. 1,675 total views, no views today Originally posted 2017-06-03 04:17:41.
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We have been having a fascinating, wide-ranging discussion which I think boils down to a few basic-but-important questions: 1. Is it necessary to avoid shoulds, oughts, musts and why’s? in everyday speech? 2 What is the difference between “task-perfection” and “self-perfection.” 3. Can we be motivated without . . . 2,737 total views, 1 views today […]
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