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Thought Biases That Make You Feel Worse

Thought Biases That Make You Feel Worse

  • Catastrophizing: Thinking of the worst possible outcome.
  • Personalising: Making everything about yourself.
  • Mental filter: Focusing even more on negative things instead of positive ones.
  • Overgeneralizing: Using one event to make judgements about all other events.
  • Labelling: Using one information to make global judgments about you as a person.

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