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When I published a recent item on rumination I received an email asking if I would like to share a post from Dustyn Ferguson’s blog,  PersonalSelf. It seemed like a good idea so here it is.

‘8 Tips to Help Stop Ruminating’ does what the label says.
If you are plagued by a habit of obsessive thinking or unstoppable negative thoughts, it will help you get a handle on your thinking and feel more in control.

With 21 tips to choose from, there is something for everyone. My advice would be, choose the ones that seem easiest and most natural to do, and work from there.

Thanks Dustyn.

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Automatic Thinking Doesn’t Mean All-Powerful Thoughts.

 

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