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We all overthink at times, but it becomes a problem when overthinking starts getting in the way of us making good decisions or causes undue worry.

I've spent the past five days witnessing how overthinking can strip a person of their happiness. What started out as a simple thought, turned into a mountain of thoughts which triggered some memories and led to a downward spiral. It created a stage of self - hatred and problems that weren't there.

I'm hoping and praying that the negative thoughts are slowly being chiseled down. You can't allow overthinking to consume your mind. It robs your sleep, steals your happiness, and paralyzes your thought process. It becomes a war in your head.

Think happy thoughts! I know that's easier said than done, but practice, practice, practice! When you think something positive everyday throughout the day, eventually the happy thoughts will come naturally.
 "We are addicted to our thoughts. We cannot change anything if we cannot change our thinking.” ― Santosh Kalwar, Quote Me Everyday


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