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I know you are overwhelmed

Updated: May 31, 2023

I understand that it can feel overwhelming when starting a new practice like using T-Charts to challenge distorted thinking. It's completely normal to feel that way. I want to assure you that you're not alone in this process, and I'm here to support you every step of the way.

Starting off slow is an excellent approach. It allows you to gradually ease into the practice, giving yourself time to understand the process and build the habit. Remember, personal growth takes time, and it's important to be patient and compassionate with yourself throughout the journey.

By starting with just one distortion and dedicating a small amount of time each day, you can focus on understanding that particular cognitive distortion and how it manifests in your thoughts. This focused approach allows you to gain a deeper understanding of your thinking patterns and develop strategies to challenge and replace distorted thoughts effectively.

As you become more comfortable with the process, you can gradually increase the frequency and complexity of your T-Charts. You may choose to work on multiple distortions or increase the number of times you create T-Charts during the day. The key is to go at your own pace and make adjustments that feel manageable for you.

Remember, challenging distorted thinking is a skill that develops over time with practice and persistence. It's normal to face challenges along the way, but don't let that discourage you. With patience, consistency, and my support, you can gradually overcome these distortions and cultivate a healthier and more positive mindset.

If you ever feel overwhelmed or have any questions during the process, please don't hesitate to reach out. I'm here to assist you and provide guidance whenever you need it.

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