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« on: October 13, 2017, 04:19:37 AM »

Hi, I am a teacher who is taking classes for high school. High school is the place where students need positive thoughts and they should be motivated. I used to motivate my students to be the best. I don't know what happened to me. This time I am not able to motivate my students. All that comes to my mind is negative feeling. I thought that it was because of the studentís attitude. So I decided to spend more time with them. After some days, I understood that it was not because of the student's attitude, it was all because of my attitude. I read many motivational books, but I couldn't find any change. So I discussed this with my colleague. She suggested me cognitive behavior therapy in Toronto. I have scheduled an appointment. Is any other method to improve my thoughts?
 I was a positive thinker but now I am not able to think in that way. Is there a need for taking medication for this therapy? Or just psychotherapy is sufficient? Please give me genuine replies.
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