Expand: A guide to address polarized thinking

Our brains often jump to categorize things in extremes: always/never, amazing/terrible, perfect/failure.This style of thinking limits our understanding of ourselves and others, and doesn’t reflect the complexity of life or the nuance of identity.

Use this workbook to begin identifying your patterns of polarized thinking, reflect on their impact, and practice strategies to expand your perspective.

Created byDr. Leah Goodman, MSW, OTR/L, Therapist & Educator

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