Dbt's Famous Quotes & Sayings

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26 Dbt's Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Dbt's Sayings By Kim L. Gratz: It's important to keep in mind that most people have no idea how to respond It's important to keep in mind that most people have no idea how to respond effectively to someone who self-harms. — Kim L. Gratz
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Dbt's Sayings By David Selby: I don't think they knew exactly where they were going with the character, but they I don't think they knew exactly where they were going with the character, but they lay those stories out ahead of time, so they had some idea where they wanted it to go. — David Selby
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Dbt's Sayings By Scott E. Spradlin: When emotions turn and stay sour, when thoughts become cynical and judgmental, good and compassionate When emotions turn and stay sour, when thoughts become cynical and judgmental, good and compassionate treatment is on the line. Helpers who become sour and cynical tend to begrudge their high need clients for their neediness. There is a risk that helpers become too well-practiced at taking a bleak view of those they have avowed to assist. There is a temptation to begin to blame clients for their failure to improve. If treatment ends pre-maturely, with either a client never returning to treatment or a helper 'firing' them out of frustration, there is a tendency for the client to take the fall. Of course what we are talking about here are signs of burnout. — Scott E. Spradlin
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Dbt's Sayings By Lane Pederson: Even when emotions seem to overtake life, such as when we are depressed or anxious Even when emotions seem to overtake life, such as when we are depressed or anxious or angry, it is important to remember that those emotions still give us important information. Rather than judging our emotions, practice acceptance of them and open your mind to their messages. Rejecting emotions or trying to push them away usually intensifies them. If the message is not heard, it needs to get louder. As an example, invalidation by others tends to intensify emotions, and self-invalidation has the same effect. — Lane Pederson
Dbt's Sayings By Madeleine L'Engle: I don't know if they're really like everybody else, or if they're able to pretend I don't know if they're really like everybody else, or if they're able to pretend they are. — Madeleine L'Engle
Dbt's Sayings By Marsha M. Linehan: Responding to a suicide attempt by insisting that it must stop, and devoting the full Responding to a suicide attempt by insisting that it must stop, and devoting the full resources of therapy to preventing it, is a communication with compassion and care at its very core. — Marsha M. Linehan
Dbt's Sayings By Kim L. Gratz: This might surprise you, but one of the best ways to manage your emotions is This might surprise you, but one of the best ways to manage your emotions is simply to experience that emotion and let it run its course. — Kim L. Gratz
Dbt's Sayings By Marsha M. Linehan: The desire to commit suicide, however, has at its base a belief that life cannot The desire to commit suicide, however, has at its base a belief that life cannot or will not improve. Although that may be the case in some instances, it is not true in all instances. Death, however, rules out hope in all instances. We do not have any data indicating that people who are dead lead better lives. — Marsha M. Linehan
Dbt's Sayings By Kim L. Gratz: We want to be clear: The skills we [teach] you for managing your emotions and We want to be clear: The skills we [teach] you for managing your emotions and controlling your urges to self-harm will never be quite as effective or satisfying as self-harm in the short run. — Kim L. Gratz
Dbt's Sayings By Justin Cronin: For the lips of an immoral woman drip honey, and her mouth is smoother than For the lips of an immoral woman drip honey, and her mouth is smoother than oil; but in the end she is as bitter as wormword, sharp as a two-edged sword. Her feet go down to death, her steps lay hold of hell — Justin Cronin
Dbt's Sayings By Kiera Van Gelder: All the skills from DBT glom together, a mass of acronyms without any meaning. I All the skills from DBT glom together, a mass of acronyms without any meaning. I pull out the DBT books and paw through the pages. Something has to help. Then I find these words: 'The lives of suicidal, borderline individuals are unbearable as they currently being lived. — Kiera Van Gelder
Dbt's Sayings By Kiera Van Gelder: DBT's catchphrase of developing a life worth living means you're not just surviving; rather, you DBT's catchphrase of developing a life worth living means you're not just surviving; rather, you have good reasons for living. I'm also getting better at keeping another dialectic in mind: On the one hand, the disorder decimates all relationships and social functions, so you're basically wandering in the wasteland of your own failure, and yet you have to keep walking through it, gathering the small bits of life that can eventually go into creating a life worth living. To be in the desolate badlands while envisioning the lush tropics without being totally triggered again isn't easy, especially when life seems so effortless for everyone else. — Kiera Van Gelder
Dbt's Sayings By Marsha M. Linehan: A patient's passivity must not be unilaterally interpreted as lack of motivation, resistance, lack of A patient's passivity must not be unilaterally interpreted as lack of motivation, resistance, lack of confidence, or the like. Many times, passivity is a function of inadequate knowledge and/or skills. — Marsha M. Linehan
Dbt's Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: Tomorrow can be a day of much valid action. Tomorrow can be a day of Tomorrow can be a day of much valid action. Tomorrow can be a day of concrete acts. Tomorrow can be a day which is worth something. That tomorrow should come and that I should be there. — Ernest Hemingway,
Dbt's Sayings By Ana Castillo: There's something insupportable about being pissed with the one person on this planet that sends There's something insupportable about being pissed with the one person on this planet that sends your adrenaline flowing to remind you that you're alive. It's almost like we're mad because we've been shocked out of our usual comatose state of being by feeling something for someone, for ourselves, for just a moment. — Ana Castillo
Dbt's Sayings By Christina Feldman: Compassion is a fundamental principle of meditation. Meditation is not a narcissistic, self-interested path. It Compassion is a fundamental principle of meditation. Meditation is not a narcissistic, self-interested path. It provides the foundation for love, integrity, compassion, respect and sensitivity (Feldman, 1998, p.2). — Christina Feldman
Dbt's Sayings By Arthur Koestler: A sadist is a person who is kind to a masochist. A sadist is a person who is kind to a masochist. — Arthur Koestler
Dbt's Sayings By Lane Pederson: Emotions are not good, bad, right, or wrong. The first step to changing our relationship Emotions are not good, bad, right, or wrong. The first step to changing our relationship to feelings is to be curious about them and the messages they send to us. — Lane Pederson
Dbt's Sayings By Matthew McKay: The word dialectic (in dialectical behavior therapy) means to balance and compare two things that The word dialectic (in dialectical behavior therapy) means to balance and compare two things that appear very different or even contradictory. In dialectical behavior therapy, the balance is between change and acceptance (Linehan, 1993a). You need to change the behaviors in your life that are creating more suffering for yourself and others while simultaneously also accepting yourself the way you are. This might sound contradictory, but it's a key part of this treatment. Dialectical behavior therapy depends on acceptance and change, not acceptance or change. — Matthew McKay
Dbt's Sayings By Kate Middleton: I have learned that delivering the best possible palliative care to children is vital, providing I have learned that delivering the best possible palliative care to children is vital, providing children and their families with a place of support, care and enhancement at a time of great need is simply life-changing. — Kate Middleton
Dbt's Sayings By Anonymous: Gladden the soul of your servant, for to you, O Lord, do I lift up Gladden the soul of your servant, for to you, O Lord, do I lift up my soul. 5 For you, O Lord, are good and forgiving, abounding in steadfast love to all who call upon you. 6 Give ear, O LORD, to my prayer; listen to my plea for grace. — Anonymous
Dbt's Sayings By Gerald Brommer: Content is the meaningful substance of the work. Content is the meaningful substance of the work. — Gerald Brommer
Dbt's Sayings By Marsha M. Linehan: The great thing about treating borderline patients is that it is like having a supervisor The great thing about treating borderline patients is that it is like having a supervisor always in the room. — Marsha M. Linehan
Dbt's Sayings By Brian Krzanich: The strategic agreement with Rockchip is an example of Intel's commitment to take pragmatic and The strategic agreement with Rockchip is an example of Intel's commitment to take pragmatic and different approaches to grow our presence in the global mobile market by more quickly delivering a broader portfolio of Intel architecture and communications technology solutions. — Brian Krzanich
Dbt's Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: You'd forgive me for Claire - but not for killing your ... men. He glanced You'd forgive me for Claire - but not for killing your ... men. He glanced at the two Craddocks, spotty as a pair of raisin puddings and - Grey's look implied - likely no brighter. — Diana Gabaldon
Dbt's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Simon Lewis, are you forgetting that you were a mundane when I started dating you? Simon Lewis, are you forgetting that you were a mundane when I started dating you? A rather scrawny mundane with terrible fashion sense, I should point out. And then you were a vampire, and I still dated you. Then you were a mundane again, but this time with freaking amnesia. And still, inexplicably, I fell in love with you all over again. What could possibly make you think I have any standards left when it comes to you?"
"Uh, thank you, I think?"
"'Thank you' is the correct response. And also 'I love you, too, Isabelle — Cassandra Clare