Have there been times in your life where you’ve felt like the simplest decisions and tasks become the highest pressure situations? Many people feel like absolutely every decision they face is a high-pressure situation; they overthink everything they do, are filled with anxiety, and find it incredibly difficult to make even the simplest decisions, like what to eat for lunch.

In this article, we’re going to show you a few signs of overthinking too much in your life, so you can work to rectify it and ease your anxiety.

1| Continuously Seeking Confirmation and/or Approval

If you find yourself constantly asking friends to make decisions, then following it up by asking them repeatedly if they’re sure, you probably have a problem with overthinking decisions. The same is true if you seem to be compulsively searching for approval amongst your friends and loved ones for the decisions you make.

Constantly seeking approval and confirmation is not only annoying to those around you but is a clear sign of anxious overthinking.

2| Over-Explaining

If you find yourself frequently talking in a loop trying to explain what you’ve done, how you feel, or a choice you’ve made, you’re likely overthinking it. If you feel the need to over-explain everything you do, think, and feel, you likely are anxiously overthinking too much in your life.

3| Over-Apologizing

Do you find yourself apologizing for absolutely everything, even things that aren’t your fault? This is a classic example of overthinking everything. If you find yourself apologizing for absolutely everything in your life, even just thoughts you’ve voiced, you’re likely anxiously overthinking things in your life.

4| Over-Analyzing

When you over-analyze conversations or text messages constantly, it does far more harm than good. If you find yourself fretting over every single text message you get or asking others to help you determine what a conversation might have meant, you like have a problem with anxiously overthinking things in your life.

5| Jumping to the Worst Conclusions

We can all be guilty jumping to conclusions every once and a while, but if you find yourself constantly doing this, your mind could be trying to tell you something. If in every scenario you jump to the absolute worst conclusion, most likely an illogical one, you’re likely struggling with anxious overthinking.

What to Do About It

If you checked off most of the things on this list, you likely struggle with overthinking. There are a number of things that can cause overthinking, but most of the signs point to a struggle with anxiety. Admitting the problem initially is half the battle, while the other half is addressing the problem by seeking out help and working on it.

If you don’t think you can get through your anxiety alone or just need some guidance, see a psychologist to help you through it. It’s no easy feat, but if you work at it, you can overcome your anxiety and finally put a stop to the behavior of overthinking.

If you find yourself making every situation in your life a high-pressure situation, you might be struggling with anxiously overthinking. Overthinking most everything can cause additional stress and strain on your already anxious mind, making it all that much worse.

If you find yourself exhibiting the behaviors we’ve listed in this article, contact a professional or ask your loved ones for assistance. It’s a difficult challenge to overcome your anxiety and stop your overthinking and worrying but the benefits are well worth the effort. We hope this article has helped you to identify this issue in yourself and give you the courage to seek out the help you need to get through it.

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