Essay heading: &Quot;You Are What You Think&Quot;

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I believe you must have an understanding of emotions from different people or an open-mind to relate. This book relates to me in various ways. One way that I can appreciate is in how we use self-talk to determine our self-esteem. I discovered that my self-talk was more in likely a contributing factor to minimal depression...
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In chapter six the book talks about self-talk and depression, it breaks down patterns of distorted self-talk that help maintain negative patterns of thinking. The one I was more able to relate to was arbitrary inference, were we draw conclusions in the absence of any evidence. The Text from class, Interplay, and my book, You Are What You Think are both very comparable...
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