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Intrusive Thoughts Flow Chart

Intrusive Thoughts Flow Chart


Fighting with our thoughts is overwhelming and most importantly, ineffective. Using acceptance skills involves acknowledging intrusive thoughts without trying to suppress or control them. By practicing mindfulness and recognizing that thoughts are transient mental events, individuals can create distance from their intrusive thoughts, reducing their impact on emotional well-being. Acceptance fosters a healthier relationship with thoughts, allowing individuals to focus on what they value and engage in meaningful actions despite the presence of intrusive thoughts.


Shifts in how we respond to intrusive thoughts can shape our internal response and give strength to our future responses when intrusive thoughts arise.  It's not always this simple, but sometimes it is. This flow chart is the perfect visual aid and reminder for individuals struggling to manage overwhelming negative thinking. 


8.5 x 11 inches


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