Associate Dean Ryan Martin writes about ‘Catastrophizing’ | Psychology Today
“Have you ever been disappointed by something—maybe even something relatively minor—and said to yourself ‘Great, now the entire day is ruined’? If you have, and most people have, you were likely catastrophizing. It’s one of the five primary types of thoughts related to anger, and I’m going to cover each of these five thought types in separate posts over the next few months, starting today.” See CAHSS Associate Dean Ryan Martin’s piece via What Is Catastrophizing? | Psychology Today.