Feeding Feelings Maintains Feelings
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12 Ways to Feed Feelings
- Make the feeling about your identity.
- Make the feeling about your ego.
- Make the feeling about your self-script or self-story.
- Make the feeling about other feelings.
- Make the feeling about your experiences or memories.
- Make the feeling so important that you must dwell on it and stay concerned about it.
- Make the feeling an issue that must be changed or controlled.
- Make the feeling about your expectations or intentions.
- Make the feeling at war with some of your other feelings.
- Make the feeling dangerous so that you have to stay aware of it or fear it.
- Make the feeling important enough to need analysis and interpretation.
- Make the feeling have special abilities or powers like foresight or wish fulfillment.
- If you don’t like a feeling, then stop feeding it.
- Observe and learn how you are feeding a feeling.
- Do the opposite of feeding: starve out a feeling.
- Feelings naturally pass with time, but if you keep feeding them they can go on forever.
- Twenty minutes and most feelings and temptations pass—IF you don’t feed them.
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- Challenging & Disputing Thinking Errors
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- Emotional Maturity 6 Levels
- Emotional Responsibility (ER): Diagram
- Parable on Responsibility
- REBT’s ABCs of Emotions
- Response of Responsibility