Catastrophizing-How to stop making yourself depressed and anxious (Thinking Error) Skill #6
Catastrophizing is a Thinking Error (aka Cognitive Distortion) that makes you anxious, depressed, and unmotivated.
In this video I explain what catastrophizing is, how to stop, and what to do instead.
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