33+ Examples of All-or-Nothing Thinking

Certain words are associated with all-or-nothing thinking. If you know what they are you can watch out for them and catch yourself when you’re thinking in all-or-nothing terms.

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The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Thoughts

Studies show that if you want to achieve goals and obtain mental & emotional well-being you need to focus on your thoughts.

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This Popular Book Lauded by Oprah Perpetuates Domestic Abuse. It’s Gotta Go

… why is it even still around? There’s a book from the 80’s called “Getting the Love You Want.” It’s been making the rounds on the self-help circuit and is championed by Oprah (Ref). Oprah sees it as powerful, I see it as taking away power. But the book is counterintuitive to personal growth. It’s…

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All-or-Nothing Thinking: What It Is and How to Overcome It

All-or-nothing thinking is a thought distortion, meaning it is skewed thinking that gives you a false perception. This skewed thinking spreads outward. And if you’re thinking in all-or-nothing terms it is negatively impacting every area of your life including work and relationships. Thinking in all-or-nothing terms negatively impacts your mental and emotional well-being. And it’s…

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Cognitive Distortions—What They Are and Why You Need to Know Them if You Want to Be Successful

Cognitive distortions and well-being clash. Because cognitive distortions undermine our mental and emotional well-being. And when we think with cognitive distortions we limit ourselves. We get in the way of our personal growth, our development and limit our potential success. Luckily, we have the power to overcome cognitive distortions! (that’s what I did, read more…

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