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Most people blame events and circumstances for their stress never realizing that it’s their thoughts about these events and circumstances that is the true source of their distress. Reversing this tendency with a technique called cognitive restructuring helps people short circuit stressful emotions like anger, frustration, and anxiety. This 32-page workbook will help readers understand key concepts in cognitive restructuring like negative self-talk, disputing, ‘awfulizing’, low frustration tolerance, reframing, and more.
To quote a recent article in The New York Times: “The one workplace stress-reduction technique that seems to outperform all others is cognitive restructuring.”