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Utter Acceptance

  From my experiences I learned to trust myself by consciously challenging the utter nonsense that had been created by the demand that I must care what people think.  This had to be done with knowledge understanding and acceptance.  Acceptance, because I was so...

Choice!

The Jewish Psychotherapist Victor Frankl, whilst imprisoned in a concentration camp during the Second World War tells the story of singing “Zip-A-De-Doo-Dah” to the face of the commandant of the camp.  The commandant looked at him with astonishment, “how can you be...

What Makes Our Thoughts?

  What Makes Our Thoughts? We learn at an early age of our worldly existence that someone else has control over us.  We are dependent on other tangible human beings for sustenance, comfort, cleanliness and warmth.  We replicate speech patterns from significant others,...

The Cornerstone of REBT

  The cornerstone of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) is the ABC form.  A stands for activating event, B stands for irrational beliefs and C stands for consequences. There is also a D for Rational beliefs and an E for new consequences.  A trite example of how...

Memory

  Memory All the preceding cycles as you have seen have been feeding off one another.  They have gathered great momentum and have grown in intensity and misery.  They have almost come full circle.  They now feed memory.  Memory and perception are closely linked.  In...