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Re: CBT and DBT katekite

Posted by sid on May 28, 2002, at 22:38:07

In reply to Re: CBT and DBT, posted by katekite on May 28, 2002, at 21:41:32

It was and still is useful. It's part of general coping skills, I find. How to deal with things that hurt oneself, etc. Ist step: realize what you're doing ot thinking that affects you negatively. 2nd step, try changing it. If you can't search for help, support, etc in the process.
I read a lot about CBT too (self help books, a lot on "adult children" problems), and so I learned quite a bit this way. I'm rather intellectual, so the reading helped me a lot. Therapy sessions helped too, but they were not just CBT; there was also some going back in time and understanding why this or that... Getting to know myself better, basically. And figuring out the things I wanted to change.
It's late, sorry for being so vague. If you have specific questions, I'll be happy to answer them another day. I have to sleep now.

- sid




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