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Irrational Idea No. 1: The idea that it is a dire necessity for an adult human being to be loved or approved by virtually every significant other person in his community.
Irrational Idea No. 2: The idea that one should be thoroughly competent, adequate, and achieving in all possible respects if one is to be considered worthwhile.
Irrational Idea No. 3: The idea that certain people are bad, wicked, or villainous and that they should be severely blamed and punished for their villainy.
Irrational Idea No. 4: The idea that it is awful and catastrophic when things are not the way one would very much like them to be.
Irrational Idea No. 5: The idea that human unhappiness is externally caused and that people have little or no ability to control their sorrows and disturbances.
Irrational Idea No. 6: The idea that if something is or may be dangerous or fearsome, one should be terribly concerned about it and should keep dwelling on the possibility of its occurring.
Irrational Idea No. 7: The idea that it is easier to avoid than to face certain life difficulties and self-responsibilities.
Irrational Idea No. 8: The idea that one should be dependent on others and need someone stronger than oneself on whom to rely.
Irrational Idea No. 9: The idea that one’s past history is an all-important determiner of one’s present behavior, and that because something once strongly affected one’s life, it should indefinitely have a similar effect.
Irrational Idea No. 10: The idea that there is invariably a right, precise, and perfect solution to human problems and that it is catastrophic if this perfect solution is not found.
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