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Losing a Relationship Without Losing Yourself

The Key to Recovering from a Bruising Breakup: Losing a Relationship Without Losing Yourself

15 Common Cognitive Distortions

What’s a cognitive distortion and why do so many people have them? Cognitive distortions are simply ways that our mind convinces us of something that isn’t really true. These inaccurate thoughts are usually used to reinforce negative thinking or emotions — telling ourselves things that sound rational and accurate, but really only serve to keep us feeling bad about ourselves. For instance, a person might tell themselves, “I always fail when I try to do something new; I therefore fail at everything I try.” This is an example of “black or white” (or polarized) thinking. The person is only seeing things in absolutes — that if they fail at one thing, they must fail at all things. If they added, “I must be a complete loser and failure” to their thinking, that would also be an example of overgeneralization — taking a failure at one specific task and generalizing it their very self and identity: 15 Common Cognitive Distortions

Sunday Quote: Listen



Put your ear down close to your soul and listen hard.  

Anne Sexton, from Letter Written on a Ferry.

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Queen Live at Wembley Stadium 1986 (Full Concert, Full HD, Remastered)

Some say this is one of the best Queen performances ever…

…or is it just one of the best rock concerts in the history of mankind period?

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