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12 Irrational Ideas

Some food for thought. Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) holds that certain core irrational ideas, which have been clinically observed, are at the root of most emotional disturbance They are: 1. The idea that it is a dire necessity for adults to be loved by significant others for almost everything they do. Instead of concentrating on their own self-respect, on …

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How to Start Practicing Self-Care

Self-care is a simple concept, yet for many of us, it can be incredibly difficult in practice. It is especially challenging for victims and survivors of abuse, who are often made to feel like they are not worthy of love or care. But EVERYONE is worthy and deserves love and care, we sometimes have to be the ones that provide …

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Signs of Anger and How to Manage It

To effectively manage your anger, you must first learn to recognize when you are angry. It is a common misconception that you are either extremely mad or very happy. But emotion ranges on a spectrum and it is important to note where on your spectrum your emotions lie. It is hard when you don’t realize what part of your emotional …

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Post Treatment Therapy For Optimal Recovery

Addiction can take a terrible toll on your life and getting on with it after rehab can be extremely overwhelming. Not only does drug and alcohol abuse turn relationships upside down but it will have a huge effect on your own mental and physical health. Have hope though, seeking therapy during the recovery process can give you the opportunity to …

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