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Thinking Errors Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a Thinking Errors Worksheet. It will help you to recognize your irrational thoughts that might be causing issues in your day to day affairs.
What Thinking Errors Worksheet?
Cognitive Distortions are thinking errors, they are irrational, negative, and mostly inaccurate thoughts. They develop over time in response to negative events. These inaccurate thoughts are usually used to reinforce negative thinking or emotions.
How will the Thinking Errors Worksheet help?
The only way to fight these thinking errors is to know about them and understand how they work. Identifying these Cognitive distortions will help you in dealing with your anxiety as well as make you a functional productive individual who can fight through his/her own issues. By knowing about them you will be able to make decisions correctly in the future.
Instructions on how to use Thinking Errors Worksheet
Next time Whenever such irrational thought appears you identify them and then work on your irrational thoughts and replace them with positive thoughts.
You can download this worksheet here.
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On this page, we provided you with a Thinking Errors Worksheetwhich hopefully helped you to recognize your irrational thought that might be causing issues in your day to day affairs.
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