Psychological changes in adolescence and Irrational Beliefs and Ideas

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Psychological changes in adolescence: Adolescence is the age of puberty. The end of adolescence depends on psychological and social factors. Features: 1. Reaffirmation of self. 2. Increased emotional control. 3. Ambivalent about their body image. 4. Desire for greater independence and freedom. More autonomy and new experiences. 5. Conflicts in the relationship with their parents to conduct sensitive, arrogant and critical. 6. Withdrawal interior, a process necessary for the teenager to bolster its personality. Reorganization of feelings.
Irrational Beliefs and Ideas: The human being can not know reality directly if each individual develops a theory or map to describe reality. The beliefs and ideas are a factor of stability for our theory. Beliefs are illusions utility that lets you manage our experiences, an essential task of adolescents is to acquire a rational and open mind. If you do not choose our beliefs, we will not know how they influence our lives. Ellis notes that there are ways to construct the world misfits and irrational beliefs that keep them are the cause of the suffering of many people. Rational - emotive therapy: Helping people to think more rationally. Features: - not based on sufficient data. - Produce negative emotions, intense and enduring. - Exaggerate the negative consequences. - Reflect obligations and unrealistic demands. - Is accompanied by words like all, none or never. Ellis stated the ABC system to show people that are not facts and events of their lives (A) those that determine the emotional consequences (C) if these stem from his thoughts and beliefs about the facts (C)

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