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Are You Familiar With The Top Ten Distorted Cognitions?

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Are You Familiar With The Top Ten Distorted Cognitions?

  1. Yes I am aware of the top ten distorted cognitions.

  2. No I am not at all aware of the top ten distorted cognitions.

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  1. Living in the 70s

    Living in the 70s "Go dté tú slán" Premium Member Donated

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    Never_falter this might be of interest to you? @Never_falter you are self blaming too much in IMHO. That can also be called emotional reasoning!
     
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  3. Living in the 70s

    Living in the 70s "Go dté tú slán" Premium Member Donated

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    This thread might interesting you Chitoshi?
     
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  4. Living in the 70s

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    @Katiesue this might be of interest you?
     
  5. Living in the 70s

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    Heya jameson

    this might interest you?

    I have to keep coming back to work on these ones.
     
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    I think I've got jumping-to-conclusions-itis. Yikes! I think I just did it again by writing that right now. LOL
     
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    Okay, I looked up Jumping to Conclusions and found this definition. Is this something different than a cognitive distortion or the same thing?

    "Jumping to conclusions is a psychological term referring to a communication obstacle where one "judge or decide something without having all the facts; to reach unwarranted conclusions"."

    This is something I engage in and I've noticed, looking back, that two of my worst therapists engaged in it as well. One of them even diagnosed me as being a survivor of satanic ritual abuse (SRA) based on a conference that she took. However she lacked all of the facts and prematurely diagnosed me according to the conference's guidelines for SRA. In the late 1980s SRA was the "in" diagnosis to get diagnosed with. When in fact there was no satanism involved in my abuse. There was ritualistic abuse and my father was a serial killer and incorporated some satanic elements in it. However, his abuse didn't follow along any satanic holidays, etc.
     
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    I am doing a lot of jumping to conclusions, mind reading and emotional reasoning at the moment.
     
  11. Living in the 70s

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    This still blows me away! How few people know about this.

    No I am not at all aware of the top ten distorted cognitions.139 vote(s) 67.8%

    I didn't know about the distorted cognitions until I was on this forum and Anthony mentioned them.
     
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    Today you would think, not in the least!
     
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    I will teach these distorted thinking styles to my students.
     
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