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With regard to my previous post The Thought Behind The Thought, here are my notes from that phone conversation with my friend (so I can throw out the scrap of paper):

  1. Find the feelings associated with the behaviour.
  2. Then find the thought(s) that creates the feelings.
  3. Refute the thought(s), or replace it, or just recognize it and then let it go.

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Your mileage may vary.

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