General Semantics. If you are new to General Semantics (GS), you can save yourself from going down a rabbit hole by understanding that the word Generaldoesn’t communicate much here, and, more importantly, the word Semantics is very misleading . . .
This is more about rational thinking in the larger sense than REBT per se. It illustrates in the most scandalous and amazing way human beings profound tendency to think, emote and behave gullibly, credulously and superstitiously. As Dr. Ellis ‘demurely’ said, “Humans are out of their fucking minds!”
Please check out and support The REBT Advocates Youtube Channel => bit.ly/REBTvocates, A wealth of information with a pioneer in the field, Dr. Michael R. Edelstein with Tommy Bateman. This one is about “Accepting Unconditional Acceptance.” Please watch and add your comments.
It’s a big, complex subject, but understanding something about Cognitive Biases is the next step in your understanding of Cognitive Psychology, and by extension, your application of REBT-CBT. Wikipedia lists more than 120 of them! It is an unmanageable chunk of information to assimilate, but this great little book by Charles Holm sifts this list for the most significant 25, and presents them in simple, easy-to-understand language
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