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This process also occurs where the C is a cognition or a behavioural act. To illustrate this, let's suppose that Eric has made himself anxious (ego anxiety) about the possibility of being rejected by a woman he has planned to ask for a date. He also had attendant biased negative thinking and indecisive behaviour. As before, this can be shown symbolically. Before I present this, I want to make an important point. To distinguish between the psychological problem and the meta-psychological problem in any An introduction to the ABC theory 19 equation, I will use `1' to denote an A, B and C in the psychological problem and `2' to denote an A, B and C in the meta-psychological problem.
First, they insist they that they should perform well, or are worthless individuals. Second, they demand that other people must treat them nicely, or else these people are damnable. Third, they insist that living conditions have to be free from serious hassles, or else they can't be happy at all. In the present chapter, I shall try to show that some of the reasons why they do this is because it is biologically and socially dif®cult for them to consistently discriminate among four positions: 1. Preferential desires and consequences of their not being met.
That I, you and the world absolutely must (or must not) be a certain way has no good/bad dimension to it. Instead, it is simply an emphatic assertion, which, again, is factually wrong. As the classical empirical dispute of this assertion notes, if something, as a matter of fact, absolutely must, or had to be, a certain way, then that is the way it would be. The fact that it is not that way proves the assertion wrong. Thus, two of REBT's core irrational beliefs, awfulizing and person-rating, are errors in evaluation.