New Normal VS Second Wave

As the world comes to grips with the “new normal” coronavirus has wrought on our towns, cities and communities, society faces the challenge of figuring out how to talk about the impact the virus is having on our everyday lives. Coronavirus has led to an explosion of new words and phrases, both in English and in other languages. This new vocabulary helps us make sense of the changes that have suddenly become part of our everyday lives. Check it out! Covidiot: someone ignoring public health advice Covideo party : online parties via Zoom or Skype Covexit: the strategy for exiting lockdown Blursday: an unspecified day because of lockdown’s disorientating effect… Read More

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Cognitive Distortion

Hi.. you actually ever feel bad mood but you don’t realize why it caused and happened. It may come from your thought. One term should be known namely “Cognitive Distortion”. Often, your moods are created by your “cognitions,” or thoughts.” A cognition refers to the way you look at things or your perceptions, mental attitudes, and beliefs. It includes the way you interpret things, what you say about something or someone to yourself. When you are feeling depressed or bad, your thoughts are dominated by pervasive negativity. The negative thoughts which cause your emotional turmoil nearly always contain gross distortions. Although these thoughts appear valid, they are irrational or just… Read More

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