Understand Emotions

Emotional – Activity: Understand Emotions

This week, I will notice how my feelings, beliefs and thoughts are connected. I will print an REBT self help form and use it each day. I will replace irrational beliefs/thoughts with rational ones.

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, a form of cognitive behavior therapy developed by Albert Ellis, is a method for understanding how our beliefs about events lead to our emotions.

Tools for understanding emotions:

This is one of the weekly activities for a Year of Personal Development.

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