March 21


How Overthinking Ruined my Relationships and How I Overcame It

By Peter Julian

Karen Salmansohn says that overthinking makes everything worse than it actually is. To overcome overthinking, acknowledge the problem without beating yourself up over it. Decluttering your mind is another helpful step. This can mean just talking to someone or writing things down. A lack of self-confidence is often the cause of overthinking, so try to believe in your own worth. If you find yourself worrying a lot about mistakes you’ve made, take a walk or practice deep breathing. When it comes to other people, don’t try too hard to impress them all the time, realize they will disappoint you sometimes, and accept that you won’t be friends with everyone. Finally, make sure you stay focused on the present and not in the past or the future.

Key Takeaways:

  • Accept the fact that you’re overthinking and progress and solutions open up for you.
  • Clean up your mind, don’t let thoughts dwell, and also don’t place too much on others or take issues too personally.
  • Build up your self-confidence but also know when to take a break to not overthink things.

“Conversations, of course, are meant to be enjoyed; however, for me, that isn’t the case.”

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