On this page, we will provide you with a denial worksheet that will help you learn more about the pattern of using denial as a coping skill.
What is a Denial worksheet about?
Denial a defence mechanism characterised by a refusal to accept painful facts even in the light glaring evidence. Denial is one of the most common defence mechanisms that people result in to find relief when faced with unpleasant feelings such as guilt, fear, or embarrassment. Though denial is common, it is a negative coping skill that worsens the situation in this case because the situation goes unresolved. When denial happens, it takes a conscious, identifiable pattern of negative thinking, such as minimisation and rationalisation.
How will the Denial worksheet help?
This denial worksheet will educate you on the twelve patterns of denial, elaborate them to help you gain self-awareness on denial patterns. Read the denial patterns and identity the pattern you use
Instructions on how to use the Denial worksheet.
This is a reading exercise. Read the twelve denial patterns on the next page.
You can download this worksheet here.
On this page, we provided you with a denial worksheet that we hope helped you learn more about denial and its patterns so that you can be in a better position to overcome the negative defence mechanism.
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