Ten cognitive errors

Ten cognitive errors

First, the extremes of ideological consciousness — either the absolute thinking is either white or black, and there is no intermediate transition part.

This extreme misconception is caused by a perfectionist view that requires perfection.

It enables you to have any small mistakes or imperfections in yourself, which can cause great disappointment and panic.

In the face of setbacks, there is a feeling of complete failure. The robe feels that it has no value, the living is meaningless, and life is better than death.

  This feeling is certainly untrue, because people in social life can’t help but encounter setbacks in this or other aspects, and it is difficult to be satisfactory.

No one is absolutely brilliant, nor is he born stupid. Things are relatively comparative, and absolute health does not exist.

If the feeling falls into this extreme consciousness again, then you will not be satisfied with all the progress you have made, and you will feel that your thoughts and feelings are incompatible with the objective world.

It makes you feel disillusioned and lose your confidence from time to time.

  Second, change your formulas-the unchanging idealism produces depression.

As long as things happen once, they are thought to happen again later.

If you know the story of being a rabbit, you will realize how much you look like that rabbit!

  This consciousness can easily arise if you encounter rejection or alienation from others.

At this time you should pay special attention to it, and do not let it dominate your emotions for a long time.

Even if someone really offends you and makes things difficult for you, the trouble you feel should be temporary and not make it dominate your emotions for a long time.

For example, if your current girlfriend refuses to court you one day, you can’t think that there is no possibility of falling in love with other people in this life.

If you think about it carefully, this kind of formula-the immutable consciousness is too much to think about!

  Third, throw away your chameleon. In general, depression patients often only think about the negative side of things when they encounter something. It seems that the whole form is not good for themselves.

In other words, when people are depressed, they are like wearing a color filter.

It filters out all the light in life and makes the whole world look dull.

At this time, the outside race enters your mind, and of course, it happens to eliminate extreme depression.

This unhelpful mental state gives you complete advancement of mental distress and psychological pain.

Inadvertently negative intentions This intention adapts to your mood that has been very relaxed, becomes tense, and turns the normal and happy mood into disappointment.

It quickly turns some of the beautiful memories into nightmares like past without you being aware of them.

Make you often sigh for no reason, moan somehow without disease, and blame yourself without foundation.

Turn the golden joy and joy into black depression and sorrow.

However, you may not realize how stupid you have been.

  For example, you are likely to have many normal interpersonal relationships and want to get into trouble.

The more I think about it, the colder my heart becomes, one day I feel like I’m in a cold, lonely world.

This indescribable psychology is equivalent to pouring cold water into the hot flow of feelings and friendship.

It makes you ignore many positive aspects of daily life, and not only replaces the situation and turns it into a positive factor that makes you open-minded and makes you work hard.

What’s more, you make you fully aware of the existing happiness and happiness.

In the end, it should make your life picture that should be colorful and refreshing, become tedious and dull.

Eradicate your unfounded suspicion. This disease has two manifestations, one is through the mind, and the other is called the Unknown Prophet.

  Let’s first look at the so-called see through mind.

This kind of psychology makes you always assume that others look down on you, and you gradually believe in it later, but you never verify whether others really look down on you.

This subjective, assertive, and negative polarization makes you shrink in action and disappointed in consciousness.
Moreover, it is easier to produce confrontational emotions, induce disputes, and end up with small mistakes.

This self-defeating emotional model is often expressed in a way of premature self-assertion, and it is artificially overshadowed by the original unentangled relationships.
  Look at the unknown prophet.

It’s like you have an auspicious little thing, which specifically foretets the misfortunes that will happen to you, even though you know it’s absurd, but you believe it.

You can think about it.

For example, I’m gonna die, I’m really going crazy, I’m going to die and so on.

In current affairs, you have not been crazy, dead, or really not able to interact or complete as usual.

Just blindly trusted the unfounded premonition.

The pessimistic philosophy of mistakes again and again This is a mental trap that makes you very easy to fall into.

One is an overstatement, and the other is an underestimation. We call it a double-loop snare.

This kind of psychology makes you either perfect things or depreciate yourself to nothing.

He took his own negligence too seriously, and regarded ordinary catastrophes and calamities as flood beasts.

On the other hand, when I estimate my energy and effect and go to the other extreme, I always feel that I can’t handle everything and feel that I have nothing to do.

Psychological confusion over and over again Some people sometimes take their feelings as evidence of fact.

For example, I feel like a wreck, so I am a wreck.

A person’s thinking and belief are greatly affected by his emotions.

If your thinking and beliefs are malformed or abnormal, then your emotional response must be unreasonable or elusive.

  For example, when you feel like you’re struggling, and you’re in a state of weakness, you will never have a spirited look.

And there is no confidence in any potential, tears unanimously.

The above emotional reasoning is extremely active when people are depressed and negative.

Sometimes, when you don’t feel good, it can really make things worse.

Because you are too fatal to your feelings, causing you to follow specific feelings when you encounter specific facts, and never verify them truthfully.

Another exception to feeling useful is making you follow and delay.

For example, when you’re down, you don’t do anything with housework and feel it’s messy. It’s impossible to get it right.

But after a few weeks, when you accidentally clean up your home by accident, you will be pleasantly surprised to find that things are not as troublesome as originally thought.

You have been driven negatively to fool you.

Taking the cause of self-blame wrong, you may often use such a language to motivate yourself: I should do this today, and tomorrow I must do that.

This kind of often-oriented oral language will inevitably make you feel pressure or mental burden.

But in fact, what you want to do is often left unnoticed, and the last negative emotion emerges spontaneously.

Psychologists call this psychological phenomenon a value in life.

  When you use this kind of tendency to apply to others, you will inevitably be seen as a person who likes to draw hands.

In your actual life, others do not necessarily follow your intentions, sometimes they may be far from or opposite to your intentions.

At this time, you will have a feeling of isolation, frustration, and upset from time to time, and may even make you angry, an ignorance of anger.

Makes you and others often non-speculative and tense.

Because not only do you always voluntarily feel sorry for yourself, but you also impose it on several people, which will greatly increase your feeling of irritability, loneliness, and pain.

Grievous unwise-labeling is simply labeling yourself or others with an inappropriate nickname.
When you label yourself inappropriately, your courage is drastically reduced, and your confidence disappears.

Moreover, the interaction that would otherwise be competent would also be considered in the morning.

  When you label others inappropriately, you are indeed full of misunderstandings and hostility towards others.

For example, when you are generally dissatisfied with your boss and add some anxiety, you may call him a idiot dictatorship, and then you cannot respect and obey him.

Then your boss will definitely respond, giving back.

Over time, you and your boss will inevitably have deep grievances, and eventually they will fall into a complete commotion.
Lonely, low self-esteem This is a kind of deformed guilt.

When you have this kind of mentality, you take the initiative to take responsibility that is not yours, and you also have to be a participant: all the bad results are caused by your own fault or incompetence.

  Inferiority often leads you to feel a sense of guilt, which is a distorted sense of responsibility.

It always makes you feel that you have many responsibilities and obligations.

In fact, these responsibilities and obligations have nothing to do with you.

It is this kind of marginal responsibility. Obligations often torture your spirit and make you restless.