10 Common Thinking Errors Connected To Eating Disorders

People who have eating disorders contain cognitive distortions that are very well known in psychology. All-or-nothing thinking Overgeneralization Mental filter Disqualifying the positive Jumping to conclusions Magnification and minimization Emotional reasoning Should statements Labeling and mislabeling Personalization Cognitive distortions are a hallmark of anxiety, depression, body dysmorphia, eating disorders, and many other mental disorders. The …

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The Belief-O-Meter Tool

The Belief-O-Meter is an engaging way of help you relate to your thoughts differently. It is a form of cognitive restructuring which encourages consideration of thoughts as an ‘object’ about which you can have an opinion. Description An important part of CBT Meets Fitness is to understand that ‘thoughts are not facts’. Negative thoughts – although believable …

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Stop The All or Nothing Thinking To Lose Weight…

‘All or Nothing’ Thinking ‘All or nothing’ thinking is when we see things purely in ‘black or white’. These types of thoughts are characterized by terms such as or ‘every’, ‘always’, or ‘never’. Everything is seen as good or bad or a success or failure. It is generally the negative perspective that is endorsed, discounting all the shades of …

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