Struggles Of An Overthinker: 18 Things Only They Understand

Struggles Of An Overthinker: 18 Things Only They Understand

18 Struggles Only Over-Thinkers Will Understand
18 Struggles Only Over-Thinkers Will Understand
Struggles Of An Overthinker: 18 Things Only They Understand
Struggles Of An Overthinker: 18 Things Only They Understand

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  1. Overworrying and overthinking are two different things. Former involves fear of the unwanted coming true, latter is abput finding and manifesting the most effective possibility.

    1. I’m a massive over thinker, but I think it means I’m not happy to just take things at face value and when I’ve trusted that gut feeling I’ve usually been right. I’ve been told so many times I’m “too sensitive” and that I think too much, but in reality if you take away that from me you take away the essence of who I am. I don’t really want to change it but I just want to be in a happy place where it naturally dampens and i don’t have so many reasons to think. I also find that people who label someone as too sensitive struggle with the idea that actually they may need to be a little more self aware. I’m not prepared to just settle or go with the status quo all the time. My over thinking isn’t as extreme as some of these because some them have a narcissistic flavour to them which I don’t think is something that I am but then again I’m not subject to the experience of me, other people are, however thankfully, nobody has ever called me a narcissist. I have a vivid imagination and at times it has helped me to achieve some of the greatest things I ever have, other times it keeps me awake at night x

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