Don't Overthink It: Make Easier Decisions, Stop Second-Guessing, and Bring More Joy to Your Life
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First of all, I've clearly picked up this book because I am struggling with overthinking and am looking for a solution. I understand the layout of the book and why it was done the way it was, but because of this I literally fell asleep reading this a few times.
Instead of accepting that different outcomes are possible, you might assume that certain things will "always" or "never" happen. He also teaches us to balance between not wanting more than what we have and feeding our ambitions by shooting for ambitious goals. Can't thank this book enough for giving me the nudge to deep dive into restructuring my thoughts and evaluating my beliefs.
Because your brain is working so hard on getting in the right sentences at the right moment, there’s just not enough brainpower left to really be present in the moment. But the author has done a great job of presenting clear, concise, and seemingly helpful exercises that might actually be life changing!
Ce livre a mon avis ne s'adresse pas qu'aux femmes, mais à toute personne ayant tendance à ruminer sans pouvoir s'en sortir. Now you are showering me with lectures that I can achieve ANYTHING, I can BE POSITIVE, I can have mental peace, I can do this I can do that. When you’re lost in thought, your ball of awareness hovers inside your mind, bouncing around like a pinball with all the what-ifs scenarios you’re thinking of (“What if this happens?
Releasing yourself from the belief that worry can keep you safe, or help you to be prepared for things that go wrong, can be liberating.
And when I will start thinking rationally, I may lose track to put a limit on my 'practical thinking' and finally lose an opportunity.Break down the emotions you’re experiencing and try to identify what you’re telling yourself about the situation. Each chapter offers an experiment plucked from the author’s real life complete with data analysis and experiments we can run at home.