Many people are not aware of the negative energy brought on by toxic thinking. The cycle of negative thinking can result in anxiety about little things which results in more things going wrong and can quickly spiral out of control. Learn about the role of toxic thinking and how to combat the hold it can have on a person’s life.
Distorted thoughts reinforce negative ways of behaving and thinking. A person may practice self talk which rationalizes and sounds accurate but in reality it only serves to make a person feel bad about personal failings. The following cognitive distortions may be holding a person back from thinking more positively:
Cognitive distortions are not healthy as the focus is on distorted, irrational ways of thinking. Learn to understand a healthy style of thinking to shift negative thoughts. Awareness is critical and if a person is struggling, therapists and counselors can help a person see what is unseen and develop strategies for positive change.
How a person feels about themselves is important in the recovery process. If you or a loved one are struggling to see what is good and positive, it may be time for a change. Hired Power can help by providing support and assistance in recovering from toxic life events and addiction.
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