Let me try and help. The Answers in the TEA forms are what is objective and realistic. For ex: if you have the thought 'blank is going to be horrible.' You would answer it with something like this: Chances are blank won't be horrible. Not many things are completely good or completely bad so it's highly probable blank will be a mixture of good and bad and my thniking it will be horrible only serves to make me feel anxious and miserable.
Obviously the more specific the thoughts the more specific your answers will be and the more helpful they will be in re-conditioning your brain to eliminate future anxieties.
Using the putting things back into perspective exercise is when you ask question after question to get at deeper thoughts to counter in the TEA forms.
I hope that helps?