One of the most useful and powerful REBT-CBT disputation tools!
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Originally posted 2017-12-10 06:05:35.
|Someone recently wrote something to the effect that he embraces the principle of ePrime, but does not use it in ordinary conversation because it often sounds peculiar and therefore might alienate the OP.|
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Originally posted 2012-12-31 03:20:25.
The Anger Management Workbook: Use the STOP Method to Replace Destructive Responses with Constructive Behavior
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Originally posted 2017-01-30 21:19:36.
Beat the Holiday Bloat!
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I love this Tracey Ullman bit about regretting not posting more pictures of her lunch on facebook. It’s funny and it’s timely but it raises important questions about what is important in life.
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Dare to Be Average!
Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy
~David Burns, M.D.
One of the most unusual, attention-grabbing, and in my opinion, important chapter titles ever in a self-help book of this kind. But what on earth could be the reason for such a seemingly negative, almost anti-American sentiment?
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Originally posted 2013-04-29 18:16:46.
Albert Ellis, Ph.D. … Founder of REBT
To which JvB adds: “Awfulizing makes horrors out of inconveniences. It turns discomfort and pain into torture. Misfortune transforms into abject misery. Even those things that are really truly awful become AWFUL!!!. And that which is AWFUL!!! becomes AWFUL!!! times 10. There is nothing so bad that awfulizing can’t make infinitely worse.”
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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.
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.
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Originally posted 2017-06-03 04:17:41.