Overthinking

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Have you had those moments when you just cannot get out of your head? When you overthink anything and everything? Creating different scenarios in your head that are obviously absurd, but you don’t know how to shut your mind off? I’ve been this way for a few days now and my head is killing me. I just want it to stop. No matter how hard I tell myself to stop and just relax, it’s difficult to do. I may need some yoga, but also need some tools on how to effectively stop driving myself crazy. It’s no fun feeling anxious and annoyed. *sigh*. I’ll definitely bring this up again to my therapist, and hopefully I can get better at controlling my thoughts & emotions, to where I’m not giving myself a headache. Are there things you do to help ease the tension and overthinking? Please share!

Jen

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