There’s a lot of thought patterns we activate when we interact with others. Here’s a take on cognitive errors mixed with some of the mental habits we try to cultivate through yoga– and mindfulness in general.
If you’re interested in the cognitive-behavioral approach, the best source is Feeling Good by David Burns. I’ve had for awhile a photocopy from a book by Matthew McKay called Thoughts and Feelings: The Art of Cognitive Stress Intervention. And of course these approaches to mindfulness are well-expressed in Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Full Catastrophe Living.
McKay, M., Davis, M., Fanning, P. Ph.D., 1981, Thoughts and Feelings. The Art of Cognitive Stress Intervention. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications (Chapter 3:Combating Distorted Thinking; 15 Styles of Cognitive Distortions)