Thought diary step 2: Disputing unhelpful thoughts

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Overview

When you have practised the task of identifying unhelpful thoughts, you can try the next step: disputing the thoughts and developing new ones to replace them. By changing your thoughts, you can change the feelings and behaviours that prevent you from reaching your goals and enjoying your life to the fullest.

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  • Publish date
    24 Jun 2013
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