In many ways both cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and Dialectical behavioral therapy can be boiled down to “Don’t believe everything you think” (CBT) and “Don’t believe everything you feel,” (DBT). However, as Dr Vint Blackburn explains, through a striking experience in his pilot days, it can be extremely hard to challenge one’s senses or feelings, even when one’s life is on the line. This can be especially true when a person suffers from very intense emotions such as those with Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression or Anxiety, all of which often lead to a faulty view of the world.