Many of us overthink things. The ego will latch onto comments, glances, situations, and outcomes, and replay them over and over in hopes of self-assurances and understanding.
Whether it's worrying about social situations, our self-worth, our future, our families’ health or anything else, overanalyzing situations is exhausting. We waste time overthinking.
If you find yourself rereading text messages, overanalyzing situations, or replaying conversations in your mind, you could be preventing yourself from being happy.
The more time we spend worrying about situations, the less room we have to focus on what is working and what we're happy about. If you're focusing on what’s not working in your life, try to focus your attention on what you're grateful for.
Over the years I’ve made a conscious effort to clean up my thoughts, which means letting things be what they are, and trusting that everything happens for a reason. Continue reading.
Originally posted on Mind,Body,Green.
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