Cognitive Distortions: Jumping to Conclusions & All or Nothing Thinking

Cognitive distortions are ways that our mind try to convince us that something is true that really isn't. These inaccurate thoughts often amplifying our negative thinking or emotions — telling ourselves messages that sound reasonable even though they aren't true, and only serve to cause us to feel badly about ourselves. Jumping to Conclusions and All or Nothing Thinking are two common cognitive distortions. JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS There are two common types of this distortion: Mind Reading - You assume people are thinking negatively about you even though there is no real evidence to support this. This kicks off a bad cycle - you think people are thinking badly about you, you then react accord

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