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Challenging Cognitive Distortions Worksheet
On this page we will provide you with a Challenging Cognitive Distortions Worksheet.It will help you know about the errors in the thinking of a person and how to challenge them.
What is a Challenging Cognitive Distortions Worksheet ?
Thinking errors or cognitive distortions are the faulty pattern of thoughts a person possesses in his mind. They are usually self defeating.They mostly occur when your thinking does not match with reality.Problems like anxiety and low self esteem are correlated with negative thinking.This worksheet will help you to remove those errors from your mind.
How will a Challenging Cognitive DistortionsWorksheet help?
This worksheet is designed to shed light on the possible cognitive errors . All thinking errors are mentioned and explained with the help of examples.It will help you to know about the cognitive distortions.
Instructions on how to use Challenging Cognitive Distortions Worksheet
Thinking errors can be strong habits ,they are operated by the subconscious of mind.This worksheet will help you to address those thoughts, challenge them and change them. Use this worksheet for challenging your thoughts.
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