Category Archives: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Emotional Regulation as a Route to Happiness

Tweet Nearly anyone you ask about their goal in life will say that it is to be happy. They may answer in roundabout ways: To become a respected philosopher, to become famous, to become rich, to see my kids flourish. … Continue reading

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Emotional Regulation and Avoidance Behavior

Tweet Psychoanalysis and talk therapy are effective approaches in resolving old emotional conflicts. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a different kind of therapy that seeks to break connections between memories of past events and negative emotion processing without seeking to illuminate the … Continue reading

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Swearing can ease your emotional pain

Tweet If someone just broke up with you, chances are that you are spending more time in bed than usual, grieving the loss of the relationship and suffering from emotional pain. This, however, is not the most effective approach to … Continue reading

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