PPMW | Angry Thinking
Angry thinking is the subject of this week's joint article with Inspire Wellbeing.
We all have irrational thoughts, which keep us caught in anger. These errors in thinking are defence mechanisms that we have learned. They generally cause us to avoid responsibility for our own actions. Here are the most common errors in thinking.
As you read through the types of ‘angry thinking’, try to identify which ones most apply to you.
Download a pdf of the facrsheet below.