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Thinking mistakes worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a Thinking mistakes worksheet It will help you to identify the common thinking mistakes that you make.
What is the Thinking mistakes worksheet?
Thinking mistakes are the common mistakes that we tend to make while perceiving a situation and thinking about it. They are also called cognitive distortions. In this thinking pattern, you negate the positive and start giving importance to the negative, irrational thoughts. Three are different thinning errors that we tend to make.
How will Thinking mistakes worksheet help?
Thinking errors or mistakes are the biases that are self-defeating, self-fulfilling, and faulty thoughts. They happen when your expectations don’t meet reality. Those who get involved in this kind of faulty pattern of thinking use should statement, they believe whatever they think is right, they tend to lose the reality contact, even when there is conflicting evidence to not back up their thinking pattern they tend to ignore it.
Instructions on how to use the Thinking mistakes worksheet
This worksheet will help you to know about the different types of thinking errors that you tend to make daily, this will help you to identify them, label them so that you can get rid of such unhealthy patterns of thinking.
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