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(**Below is an example of 1 of the worksheets available in our Recovery Workbook)
With Cognitive Distortions
You say you might be struggling with the idea of ‘cognitive distortions’
(or the idea that some beliefs you hold about yourself might not be true) Please describe in detail what
that struggle might be like for you.
What does that struggle disallow you to do?
you were more able to be accepting that some beliefs you hold about yourself are ‘just flat wrong’ what do you
think you might do?
What would enable you to evaluate your thoughts with more objectivity than you
How could you imagine that happening for you?
Who could be of help with
those changes you would need to make?
Why did you pick that/those persons?
How do you imagine they
would be of help?
Do you ever check out your thoughts (negative) with others you trust?
or why not?
What might happen if you did that?
you are wrong about the beliefs you hold within yourself about yourself?
How might you be able to
keep the idea that you have cognitive distortions in the front of your thoughts?
What might happen to/for
you if you were able to do this?
Do you tend to slip into old thought processes w/o being aware of it?
or why not?
Could you please develop a plan that might assist you to monitor your thoughts
on a regular basis. Please be very specific.
List all the things in your
life that might improve as a result of your being able to correct any faulty thinking.
What are the scary parts
of each of those changes – Specifically please.
Write a letter to that part of you that is soooo
comfortable with all the negative gobble-de-gook you tell yourself and believe ~ from the side of you that
knows better regardless of how small that part may be. Take this seriously!
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Addictions.net and the Eating Disorder
Recovery Center has been dedicated to Eating Disorders practically since its conception. We have attempted to provide
quality information and education relating to the most lethal of all psychiatric illnesses. Deborah Kuehnel, LCSW -
the developer of addictions.net has spent the past 31 years of her career assisting individuals into the recovery process
from these deadly disorders. In the process she developed this workbook to assist her clients in addressing all the
aspects needed in the recovery process.