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Pruebe estos ejercicios de reestructuración cognitiva para mejorar su estado de ánimo y reducir el estrés

Pruebe estos ejercicios de reestructuración cognitiva para mejorar su estado de ánimo y reducir el estrés
I have hyper-critical relatives. My mom once reacted to the news that I hadn't gotten a super cool reach job by saying "Oh. Was it your hair?" At one point in my life, I would use their voices and the things they had said or *might possibly say* to drown out my own "Hey, it's no problem..." voice, which wasn't helpful and often meant that I was missing out on being about to react and reframe the problem in front of me. What I did was recognize at a neutral moment that these voices weren't helpful, that they were possibly harmful and that they weren't actually my reactions. I also traced back why I was upset the last few times minor things had set off those voices and talked to myself about how I could have reacted in ways that would have been more productive. Unstuck is a really good app for this stuff. Flagged Spend way less time with these people.

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