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Posted by Rex Alexander on Sun 17 Mar 24 in Rational Thinking, REBT, REBT & Other therapies compared |


REBTraining teaches you how to get more of what you want 
and less of what you don’t want

 

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Originally posted 2019-02-10 06:03:12.

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What is REBT?

Posted by Will Ross on Fri 2 Feb 24 in Acceptance, Basics, Guest Author, Guilt & Shame, Happiness, Rating, ULA, UOA, USA, What is REBT - CBT? |

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REBT /
Rational Emotive
Behavior Therapy
What the hell is it, anyway???

Click the blue  link below  for Will Ross’s excellent, easy-to-follow explanation . . .

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Originally posted 2013-03-27 18:01:44.

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Will there always be an REBT?

Posted by Rex Alexander on Thu 18 Jul 24 in Albert Ellis, REBT & Other therapies compared |
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On another blog, a friend was gently ribbing me about my interest in “kooky” stuff like TaiChi and biofeedback  that has little to do with REBT-CBT.

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Originally posted 2013-02-28 02:06:26.

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“Word Nazis” Need Not Apply!

Posted by Rex Alexander on Wed 17 Jul 24 in REBT, z-quarterly |

How prescriptive “should” REBT be in your use of language?

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy that was developed by psychologist Albert Ellis in the 1950s. REBT aims to help individuals change their irrational beliefs and attitudes to more rational ones, leading to better emotional well-being and behavior.

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Originally posted 2023-02-25 12:49:57.

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Are you reluctant to accept?

Posted by Rex Alexander on Wed 17 Jul 24 in Acceptance, Mindfulness, Uncategorized |

Some people, I think, are uncomfortable with the concept of “acceptance, believing  that acceptance equates to passivity, to  “resignation,” to not being proactively engaged in problem solving, in working hard to have a full, rich life.

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Originally posted 2014-04-10 18:13:25.

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Why Travel Improves Your Mindset

Posted by Henry Moore on Tue 16 Jul 24 in Guest Author |

By Henry J. Moore, guest author

When you’re suffering from the grind of an intense work life, your spirit calls out for a real restorative break. Deep down, you know that a restorative vacation is what you need to recharge your batteries, but how can you get the most out of your time off? And what exactly is it about vacationing that feels so good?

 Here, we’ll delve into why vacations are good for you and what you can do to maximize your time off.

 

When you’re suffering from the grind of an intense work life . . . 

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Originally posted 2017-10-25 00:13:35.

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How to Keep People From Pushing Your Buttons!

Posted by Rex Alexander on Tue 16 Jul 24 in Albert Ellis, Anger, Books & Media, bookshop, Demanding, Low Frustration Tolerance |

God knows, we all need this one these days!

 

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Originally posted 2018-12-10 12:00:48.

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A cat has CLAWS on it’s PAWS, but a comma has pause on it’s clause!

A reader brings up some interesting questions about depression and other problems following withdrawal from dependence on benzodiazepines (related to Valium) even seven months after discontinuing use. He says that he has “PAWS (Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome)” Although this is a BIG subject, and although my response is necessarily fairly “global” and general, there are, I hope, some important and possibly useful consideration:

 

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Originally posted 2013-02-21 19:56:59.

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Posted by Rex Alexander on Mon 15 Jul 24 in Uncategorized |

We love hearing from you! Please start or join the
discussion by adding your comments at the end
of posts. Thanks for your support.   ~Rex

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Originally posted 2018-11-23 19:18:43.

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Mindfulness and REBT

Posted by Rex Alexander on Sun 14 Jul 24 in meditation, Mindfulness, REBT & Other therapies compared |

MEDITATION:  


Madness or
Mindfulness Or . . .  ???

meditate

 

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Originally posted 2015-10-14 07:11:46.

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Posted by Rex Alexander on Sun 14 Jul 24 in Books & Media, bookshop |

Abraham Maslow,
academic, Educator, Psychologist, Scholar was perhaps best known as one of the founders of humanistic psychology and for his famous hierarchy of needs . . .

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Originally posted 2019-04-25 03:38:23.

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I can’t stand it!

Posted by Rex Alexander on Sat 13 Jul 24 in Awfulzing |
Jonathan von Breton shared another Albert Ellis quote in his “The Daily Al” feature:
 
We say that nothing is awful, nothing. Rape, i

ncest, terrorism, Hitler-it isn’t awful. Not that they aren’t bad, but a rational person would recognize that the world is inherently unfair.”

Albert Ellis, Ph.D. … Founder of REBT

 
To which, JvB adds . . . 

 

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Originally posted 2018-12-07 22:16:49.

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