All that excessive obsessing and rumination totally takes a toll on you physically and mentally.
"My special talents include ... worrying about that thing for hours."
Swedish singer songwriter Adna plays the song Overthinking. This session was recorded in the Gibson Bus during Eurosonic
Validation, at last.
If you are exhausted, overwhelmed, feeling alone, or simply ready to forge a new and lighter path, here are some tips I've found helpful as a recovering Type-A-Overthinker-Control-Freak-Perfectionist:
And I don't hate Saturdays anymore having realized that small and, at first sight, irrelevant things can be of great help in our lives, it just depends on how we view them.
But it's not about perfection, and that's one of the most important things I've learned so far on this meditation journey. Here are five more lessons I've learned along the way.
"People might fail to change their behavior in part because they have no insight that planning is inhibiting their habits to begin with."
Overthinking/obsessing on an issue is not going to help us make better decisions because we are still deciding from the same level of thinking we were at yesterday and the day before that.
These psychologists say there are perks to being an overthinker.
6. Our painful breakup. Failed relationships are basically our kryptonite. But take heart, over-thinkers: All that ruminating
Is this you: standing in the middle of the supermarket trying to debate over something as frivolous as a box of rice? If you answered yes, congratulations! You are an over-thinker.
#6 Rate the research. Just like with rating our decisions on a scale of importance it is equally valuable to rate the source
In a study published last week in the journal Nature Neuroscience, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania found
Joseph Campbell, the American mythologist, writer and lecturer said, "We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us."
The idea is that we do our homework and gather enough basic information to make a well-informed decision about something