Worksheet 68My Thought on Trial Worksheet

Accused thought:

Defending the Thought

Prosecuting the Thought

Worksheet 6-8 (continued)

Defending the Thought

Prosecuting the Thought

You can download extra copies of this form at www.dummies.com/go/adwbfd. After all, you need to use the Thought Court method numerous times to feel the full benefit.

After you complete the Thought Court process, decide for yourself whether or not your thought is guilty of causing you unneeded emotional distress such as anxiety, depression, or other difficult feelings. Even if you conclude that your thought has some grain of truth, you're likely to discover that it's highly suspect of causing you more harm than good. In Thought Court, you don't judge your thought guilty only on the basis of "beyond a reasonable doubt." Rather, we suggest you judge your thoughts on the "preponderance of evidence"; in plain English, convict your thought if the evidence weighs heaviest on the guilty side.

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