17 Writing Prompts to Stop All-or-Nothing Thinking in 3 Easy Steps


This printable workbook and writing prompts are great for anyone who wants to overcome all-or-nothing thinking.

You’ll be guided through 3 easy steps to identify, dispute and change unhealthy all-or-nothing thoughts while learning productive and helpful thinking styles.

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What’s included:

File Size: US Letter (8.5 x 11 in)
Pages: 22
Writing Prompts: 17
Bonus Prompts: 3
Style: Clean style with some guided notes
Misc: Appendix with example answers and relevant articles
Quotes from: Trent Reznor, Buddha, Henry Cloud & Eckhart Tole

How it works:

After purchase you will receive a link to a PDF of your prompts. Please note this is a digital item and you will not be sent a physical copy.


All-or-nothing thinking is an unhelpful thinking habit that can leave you feeling stuck and miserable. It has been associated with depression and anxious thoughts. In order to overcome this harmful habit you’ll need to identify common all-or-nothing thoughts you have and reframe them.

Common signs of all-or-nothing thinking are words like “always” and “never.”
“This always happens.”
“I’ll never get it right.”

More examples here: 33+ Examples of All-or-Nothing Thinking

As someone who has overcome their all-or-nothing habits I’m excited to help you overcome them too! I practice what I preach and while I was writing these prompts I noticed myself having some all-or-nothing thoughts. So I did the prompts in the workbook to overcome them.

My answers are in the appendix to help you if you’re feeling stuck. Self-therapy can feel lonely and tough, but you are not alone and there are people who are here to help.

These prompts can also be done along side therapy and may help you see more progress during the therapeutic process. But please note they are not intended to substitute treatment with a qualified medical professional. I’m not a therapist, and this workbook is not meant to relay therapeutic advice.

About the Author:

Hey there, I’m a certified Master Mindset Coach and I’m overcoming depression, anxiety and c-PTSD. Therapy is great but there are a lot of gaps. I found I could fill them on my own when I learned about psychology and thoughts.

Now I want to share what I learned to help you! As a person who rolls up their sleeves to get the job done, I made actionable steps so you can do the work and enjoy the results.

This site and these workbooks are a result of over a decade of dedication to mental health and well-being. I’m excited to help you and literally cried tears of joy when this workbook was completed and posted.

More about me here.


Genuine reviews and constructive feedback are very much appreciated!

Return/Refund Policy:

Due to the digital nature of this item, it is impossible to return the item. Therefore, I’m unable to offer cancellations, refunds, or exchanges of any kind. But if you have any problem with your purchase, please do not hesitate to contact me. I am happy to help you or answer any questions.

Contact: canamwill@gmail.com



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