Automatic Thoughts Questionnaire

  title={Automatic Thoughts Questionnaire},
  author={Steven D. Hollon and Philip C. Kendall},
. . . . .. ... ............ . . . R E S O U R C E Thought Response 1. I feel like I’m up against the world. 2. I’m no good. 3. Why can’t I ever succeed? 4. No one understands me. 5. I’ve let people down. 6. I don’t think I can go on. 7. I wish I were a better person. 8. I’m so weak. 9. My life is not going the way I want it to. 10. I’m so disappointed in myself. 11. Nothing feels good anymore. 12. I can’t understand this anymore. 13. I can’t get started. 14. What’s wrong with me? 15. I wish I… 
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