David Burns's The Feeling Good Handbook
Sample (from 34 notes)
|Front||What thoughts lead to feelings of anger, irritation, annoyance, or resentment?|
|Back||You feel that someone is treating you unfairly or trying to take advantage of you.|
|Front||What is the 'jumping to conclusions' form of twisted thinking?|
|Back||You interpret things negatively when there are no facts to support your conclusion.Mind reading: Without checking it out, you arbitrarily conclude that someone is reacting negatively to you.Fortune-telling: You predict that things will turn out badly. Before a test you may tell yourself, "I'm really going to blow it. What if I flunk?" If you're depressed you may tell yourself, "I'll never get better."|
|Front||Ten ways to untwist your thinking: Define terms|
|Back||When you label yourself "inferior" or "a fool" or "a loser," ask, "What is the definition of a 'fool'? You will feel better when you see that there is no such thing as a "fool" or a "loser."|
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