By Genderen, Hannie van; Jacob, Gitta; Seebauer, Laura

Breaking unfavourable considering styles is the 1st schema-mode targeted source advisor aimed toward schema remedy sufferers and self-help readers trying to comprehend and conquer adverse styles of considering and behaviour.-Represents the 1st source for common readers at the mode method of schema treatment -Features a wealth of case stories that serve to explain schemas and modes and illustrate thoughts for Read more...


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Is your Angry Child Mode usually followed by a Vulnerable Child Mode? Or is it the other way round? •• What thoughts are typical of this Mode? If you feel unjustly treated – what is the injustice? •• What memories and mental images are related to this Mode? You may have to dive into your fantasy to find that out. •• How do you typically act in this Mode? How do you react to others and how do others react to you? Does that remind you of something in your childhood? Worksheet 3, “My Angry/Impulsive Child Mode,” can help you to understand this Mode and its origin in your biography better.

The opposed healthy behavior “quit smoking” is extremely difficult in the short run, but saves your long-term health. •• Eating too much: In the short term it is pleasant and enjoyable, but causes long term overweight and health problems. The alternate behavior “eat reasonably and exercise” is difficult to hang on to in the moment but pays in the long run. •• Impulsive, Spoilt, and Undisciplined Child Modes often include typical problematic behaviors. They feel good in the short term but you can already see the problems on the horizon.

Dysfunctional Parent Modes and Vulnerable (sometimes also Angry) Child Modes often come together. Risky situations are negative events related to experiences of being rejected or being criticized. Such situations often trigger a Dysfunctional Parent Mode. This may be the case even if your “critics” are actually friends with a high opinion of you. An example would be the case of Aisha: rejection by a friend triggered her Guilt-inducing Parent Mode. 3 Dysfunctional Parent Modes 41 Perhaps you have the experience of your boss pointing out a mistake you’ve made.

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