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Category Archives: Cognitive Restructuring

Negative thinking leads to depression and vice versa, which increases risk of recurrent and chronic depression.  Growing evidence suggests the brain forms biochemical “scars” so that even normal events and emotions disproportionately trigger negative thoughts. On their own, thoughts come Read more…

Resolutions, goals, intentions – whatever you call them – it’s that time of year when some of us try again.  A University of Scranton psychologist reports almost half of Americans write resolutions most years.  Some achieve lasting change; many don’t. Read more…

Most of us are fairly good at living by the Golden Rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” at least as it relates to those closest to us. Ironically, most of us are not so good at showing Read more…

A couple of blogs ago, I talked about the five options our clients (and we) have when confronted with a problem. We can: Solve the problem in whole or part Change the way we think and feel about it Radically Read more…

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