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Safe Ways To Deal With Overthinking

Do not be afflicted by imaginary problems

Overthinking can cause unnecessary pain. As Seneca famously stated, "we suffer more in the realm of imagination than in actuality".

Solve problems in the smallest of instances

Minor issues can escalate into major ones when left untreated indefinitely.
Let your life be easier. Take on problems when they're minor and easy to handle.

See problems as an interactive game.

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Consider problem solving as a sport. The challenge is to overcome them.

Concentrate on one issue at one time.

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Your brain is most suited to focus on one issue at one time.
Don't multitask. Enhance efficiency by crossing things off your list of tasks, each one at a time.

Stress causes anxiety

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Have you ever felt stressed about your list of things to do? I certainly have. Stress can cloud your thinking, which makes problems more difficult to resolve.
It is important to take action to combat anxiety.

The problems aren't as bad as you'd think

Many of the problems we believe are large are actually tiny.
If the issue can be addressed in a single day or week, or one month, it's not as major an issue as you imagine.

The problem isn't solved by worrying about it

Doing nothing will not get you closer to finding a solution.
Find the solution that you're seeking and then act to tilt the balance to your advantage.

Most worries never happen

A lot of what we imagine and think about never materializes.
To relax your mind, relaxing makes peace with your thoughts. 90% of your worries will never come to pass.

You're not the only one with thoughts

There's no reason to worry excessively. You're someone who's experiencing anxiety.
Remember that you control your thoughts and not the other around.

Relaxation and meditation show a mind that is busy.
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Relax your mind by taking a moment to meditate. Mindfulness is better to solve issues.

You'll never fail if you:
  • Recognize the errors.
  • Do something every day.
  • Keep track of your improvement.
  • Review the past to understand.
  • Note areas that could be improved.
  • Keep looking ahead. The past is just an opportunity to learn.
Thank you for reading.