Recently, I was scouring the internet for a quick cheat-sheet which would describe several strategies for managing unwanted thoughts. (Therapists search for bizarre things. Like, in the middle of a CBT therapy session, google can help ascertain the answer to, “Can a spider break … Continue reading
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How to stop intrusive thoughts. By Meg Sanity
Guest Post By Meg Sanity Thought replacement is one of the most widely-used techniques in cognitive behavioral treatment. It is also one of the most self-explanatory techniques under the cognitive behavioral umbrella. What you do is…replace your thoughts. This is … Continue reading
Six unexpected beliefs of happy people
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Let’s face it: You don’t need to be a raging Buddhist to buy into the fact that pain and suffering are bound to exist in some form in everyone’s lives. No amount of money, no amount of luck, and no amount of denial can … Continue reading