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free computerized CBT
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http://moodgym.anu.edu.au/welcome

this should be interesting  Big GrinNC:

tell me if it works for you
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(07-25-2009, 06:00 AM)snuggles link Wrote: http://moodgym.anu.edu.au/welcome

this should be interesting  Big GrinNC:

tell me if it works for you



tell me why i read this as "free computerized CTB" and was very disappointed when i clicked the link?

buehler?  buehler?  anyone?
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(07-26-2009, 09:18 AM)Thistle link Wrote: [quote author=snuggles link=topic=762.msg4691#msg4691 date=1248519629]
http://moodgym.anu.edu.au/welcome

this should be interesting  Big GrinNC:

tell me if it works for you



tell me why i read this as "free computerized CTB" and was very disappointed when i clicked the link?

buehler?  buehler?  anyone?
[/quote]


Meh, I read it the same way.....


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(07-26-2009, 09:18 AM)Thistle link Wrote: tell me why i read this as \"free computerized CTB\" and was very disappointed when i clicked the link?

buehler?  buehler?  anyone?
Big Grin

I read it the same way.  Free computerized CTB sounded VERY interesting  ;D
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#5
i read it as 'free computerized ctb' as well...i was thinking innovation was wonderful...sadly i was mistaken...
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#6
this board never fails to crack me up Big Grin
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#7
Read it that way as well.  Was mildly disappointed when I discovered what it really was.

I actually signed up and am working through it now.  It's pretty in depth.  Finished the first module.
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#8
Interesting idea.. I clicked on new user but when I got to this page my eyes glazed over at the wall of text and gave up. Perhaps that says something about me haha.

http://moodgym.anu.edu.au/welcome/new/terms

~ Xan
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#9
Maybe the point of the title of the OP was you'll feel like DYING before you ever get done answering the gazillion Freudian questions? Sorry..I had to pass on this one..the front page scared me enough to grab my bottle of pills and hide under the bed for an hour aiming my pellet gun at anything that moved. (jk with that) I remember taking a Navy Freudian test. The damned thing was thicker than the NYC phone book and at the very end were ten fill in the blank questions that by the time I got to them I just had to tell the Navy what a nut case I was which then made me a civilian again!  ;D
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