Blog Articles From September 2015

Blog Articles From September 2015

Aspergers Syndrome & Anxiety Over Change

Like most people with Aspergers Syndrome, I have an aversion to change. This has got better over the years – when I was a child, I could not cope with change at all whereas, now, if I have enough warning that the change is coming, I adapt to it fairly well. Now, having this dislike of change, you may think that the most sensible thing to do would be to make any changes slowly. It worked differently for me. In the past couple of months, I have found a new […]...

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Are Your Own Thoughts Making You Depressed – Part 2

Are Thinking Errors Making you Depressed – Part Two Part one looked at five common thinking filters used by people with low self esteem and suffering from depression, anxiety and anger problems. This part of the blog will look at a further 5 common thinking filters. Magnification You exaggerate the importance of your problems and shortcomings, or you minimize the importance of your desirable qualities. This is also called the ‘binocular trick.’ Emotional reasoning You assume that your negative emotions necessarily reflect the way things really are: ‘I feel terrified […]...

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