Your Comments for Dr Simon

Dr Simon has asked me to thank you for all your comments on his recent posts about distortions of thinking. Due to a bereavement, Dr Simon won’t be able to respond right away, but he hopes to be able to catch up again after Christmas.

Many of you have left comments on Dr Simon’s recent series on distortions of thinking, with several readers expressing hope that Dr Simon would be responding with more on the types of distortions of thought which are often found in folks with character disturbance. (See “What Were They Thinking?”.) Although he does have a great deal more to say on these topics, Dr Simon has let us know that due to a bereavement, he won’t be able to do so right away.

On behalf of all of us at, I’d like to extend our condolences to Dr Simon and his family, and we look forward to more of his insightful contributions a little later on.

In the interim, we still have several articles which Dr Simon has already submitted and which are scheduled to appear in the coming days (including one later today). These continue Dr Simon’s CBT-inspired look at the distortions of thought commonly found in character disturbance.

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