About Rex Alexander

  • Website: http://REBTinfo.com
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  • Biography: REBT Coach : Admin REBT Info Website & facebook group : I like bicycling, cinema, cats, veggies, REBT-CBT, et al, General Semantics & ePrime, Stoic Philosophy, and a bunch of other stuff.

Posts by Rex Alexander:


Can we sabotage ourselves unconsciously?

Sun 26 May 2013, 8:54 pm

A reader asks if we can sabotage ourselves unconsciously


One of the things I like about REBT is that it helps me keep things simple. Not that depth psychology and other schools of psychology have no interest or value, but they often tend to be unnecessarily complicated.

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Originally posted 2013-05-26 07:21:34.

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Accentuate the Rational

Accentuate the Rational,   Eliminate the Woo-woo 18 total views, 13 views today

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Interview with Dr. Edelstein

Posted by Rex Alexander on Thu 17 Jan 19 in Addictions, Alcoholism, Compulsions, Alcoholism, Anger, Anxiety, Procrastination, Self esteem |

  We are very pleased to be able to bring you an exclusive, in-depth discussion-interview with San Francisco psychologist,  Dr. Michael Edelstein, one of the pioneers of REBT and one of it’s leading proponents today, author of the now-classic “Three Minute Therapy,” and just out Therapy Breakthrough Without further ado, please enjoy “What are you telling yourself?  […]

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Racism and REBT

Posted by Rex Alexander on Thu 17 Jan 19 in General Semantics, Racism & other "isms" |

  On one of the online forums, we have have been having a heated discussion about the latest inflammation in the Middle East and the recent fighting between Israel and Palestine.  The label and accusation of  “racism” has been hurled by both sides. 1,084 total views, 4 views today Originally posted 2012-11-17 16:47:48.

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Please don’t catastrophize over politics1

Posted by Rex Alexander on Wed 16 Jan 19 in Anxiety, Awfulizing, Awfulzing |

It’s not as bad as you think!  . . .  Or is it ??? 51 total views, 1 views today Originally posted 2018-11-15 19:37:25.

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Oh well!

Posted by Rex Alexander on Tue 15 Jan 19 in Acceptance, Disputing |

  Oh Well! Is one of the most useful and powerful REBT-CBT disputation tools! 944 total views, 7 views today Originally posted 2017-12-10 06:05:35.

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How do we know whether our values are right or wrong?

Posted by Rex Alexander on Tue 15 Jan 19 in morality, Rational living, Rational Thinking |

  We have been having a fascinating discussion at the REBT-CBT Yahoogroup about REBT and values.   A member points out that everyone has a collection of values; things and qualities which are important to them., and asks what REBT says about values and–more interesting–how do we know whether our values are right or wrong? 898 total views, […]

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Is anythnig ever truly 100% awful?

Posted by Rex Alexander on Mon 14 Jan 19 in Acceptance, Awfulzing, General Semantics |

I enjoy the General Semantics (actually, more “ePrime”) exercise of debating whether anything is ever truly 100% awful. 2,552 total views, 1 views today Originally posted 2013-02-08 19:20:50.

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One Moment Meditation

Posted by Rex Alexander on Sun 13 Jan 19 in Books & Media, bookshop, REBT & Other therapies compared |

70 total views, 2 views today Originally posted 2018-11-30 22:28:18.

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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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