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  • Writer's pictureHayley McAuley

Catastrophising and reframing

Do you always go to the worst case scenario in any given situation, negative thoughts interrupting every thought process?

Negative automatic thoughts part a persons dysfunctional thinking and can have a detrimental impact on your mental health. These thoughts can be a result of but also have an impact on self-esteem, social anxiety, general anxiety, depression and imposter syndrome to name a few examples.

Learning how to turn your NAT's (negative automatic thoughts) into PAT's (positive automatic thoughts is a really good way of reframing your thoughts and taking a different viewpoint.

Watch these two videos on my YouTube channel about catastrophising and reframing.

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