Use the definitions and examples in Table 13.1 to devise a

Use the definitions and examples in Table 13.1 to devise a 3-day cognitive behavioral plan for yourself. First, use the information in the table to create a cognitive error. Use the checklist to assess how often you commit such errors in one day. The following day, repeat the procedure but make an effort to correct each cognitive error you detect in your thoughts with a more objective one using the checklist to note your progress. The third day, track your cognitive errors again, noting how often your mind generates an objective counter-thought without your trying to produce one. Summarize the results of your plan and describe the degree to which it changed the way you respond to negative thoughts.