Overthinking: The Complete Guide to Improving Self-Esteem Using Success Habits & Meditation: Bet in Slow Thinking

November 28, 2019 - Comment

Does your mind scurry along tracks of worry and regret like a hamster on a wheel? Do you have trouble falling asleep because you are chewing over a “what if” that may never happen? Do you wake up at 4 a.m., reliving embarrassing moments or questioning every decision?   You may be overthinking, and this

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Does your mind scurry along tracks of worry and regret like a hamster on a wheel? Do you have trouble falling asleep because you are chewing over a “what if” that may never happen? Do you wake up at 4 a.m., reliving embarrassing moments or questioning every decision?  

You may be overthinking, and this analysis paralysis can affect your mental health and hamper your ability to make decisions and be the actor/director for your life.

Overthinking is different from problem-solving, which focuses on solutions and sorts out what you can control from what you can’t control. It differs from self-reflection, which is purposefully learning about yourself to gain perspective on situations, without thinking harshly about yourself. Overthinking does nothing to enhance your life because it focuses on things you can’t control, such as an event that already happened.

The time spent living in the past and the future is borrowed from today. Overthinking keeps you from living fully and can contribute to deeper anxiety. You can stop this harmful pattern and replace it with healthy habits. Overthinking: The Complete Guide to Improving Self-Esteem Using Success Habits & Meditation covers these and other topics:

What is overthinking?
Are you overthinking? 
Overthinking at night.
Mastering positive, deliberate thinking. 
Thought modification.
Mental tools to help you reduce overthinking.
 

Tips for practice Stop letting the bad habit of overthinking sap all the joy from your life. Learning some new routines to replace overthinking can put you on a healthier path, without the twin demons of worry and regret nipping at your heels. You can make the change, even if you aren’t sure where you end and overthinking begins. 
 

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