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Proof Positive Exercise Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a Proof Positive Exercise Worksheet. It will help you to challenge and deal with your Cognitive distortions by providing visual evidence.
What is a Proof Positive Exercise Worksheet
Proof positive exercises is a technique which is used to target and challenge the Cognitive distortions. Cognitive distortions are the thinking traps and negative thing patterns that negatively affect our lives; hence, it is essential to unlearn them by challenging these negative thoughts with positive proof exercises.
How will Proof Positive Exercise Worksheet help
This worksheet will help you identify all those negative thoughts that affect you and your peace of mind. This worksheet will have several questions to ask every timeline; you will challenge your automatic negative thinking. This sheet will help you do a cost and benefit analysis of each thought and replace every negative review with a positive, evidence-based alternative positive thought.
Instructions for the Proof Positive Exercise Worksheet
This worksheet is particularly useful for battling with cognitive distortions that ultimately get linked with your core beliefs.
You can download this worksheet here.
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We provided you with a Proof Positive Exercise Worksheet on this page, which hopefully helped you deal with your cognitive distortions by providing visual evidence.
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