You have to be a person who overthinks everything to know how much overthinking sucks. Even the smartest people become irrational messes when they start over-analyzing a situation and thinking about every single little thing possible. Sure, thinking in healthy does is imperative to being successful at life: thinking people get things done, they’re super smart, and they’re good at what they do. Overthinking, on the other hand, is stress-inducing, can lead to anxiety issues, and generally takes the fun out of everything. If you’re someone who can’t seem to turn their brain off no matter what, you need to learn how to stop overthinking – for real.
It’s important for your mental health that you learn how to recognize when you’re overthinking things. A lot of people feel like they can’t control it, but that’s not true! How do you help yourself? How do you get your brain to shut up when it’s on it’s own destructive autopilot program? Start by reading the following tips, for one thing. I’m a chronic overthinker, and these eight things have personally helped me control many of my overthinking ways. I knew I needed to pass them on, so here are some easy ways on how to stop overthinking right now. I hope they help! From one overthinker to another, good luck!
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