We are talking about Splitting aka: “all or nothing” or “black and white” or “dichotomous” thinking. The reason is because extreme thinking keeps us from seeing the world as it often is: complex, nuanced, and full of tall the shades in-between.
We discuss and share the following:What this type of thinking sounds like How it’s harmful to relationships Negatively affects the ability to learn Can limit someone’s career potential Disrupt healthy eating habits How to change the “all or nothing” thinking patter
“Life is brutal. But it’s also beautiful. It’s brutiful. If you reject the brutal, you’re rejecting the beauty, too.” – Glennon Doyle