Cited Book: The Feeling Good Handbook

book cover recommend book⇒The Feeling Good Handbook
by Dr. David Burns 978-0-452-28132-5 paperback
publisher Plume 978-0-452-28132-5 hardcover
published 1999-05-01
Here is a workbook devoted to talking back to your illusory thinking. Burns uses a 10-category scheme:
  1. all or nothing thinking.
  2. overgeneralisation.
  3. mental filter, dwelling on the negative and ignoring the positive.
  4. discounting the positive.
  5. jumping to conclusions via mind reading or fortune telling.
  6. magnification or minimisation.
  7. emotional reasoning. I feel like an idiot so I must be one.
  8. should statements.
  9. labeling.
  10. personalisation and blame.
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