Wondering, overthinking, and confusion are all relatives. Wondering when you ought to be definite in your thoughts leads to confusion, overthinking an issue simply because it isn’t logical, and confusion is part of why many of us are mentally unstable today.
Wondering, overthinking, and confusion stems from past trauma or events that didn’t seem logical that we ventured into and didn’t work out.
Situations like that leave us stressed out and sensitive over anything and anything.
Wondering and overthinking are destructive to our health. It impairs our daily productivity, blinds us to future possibilities, and keeps us living in constant fears.
Who wouldn’t have a confused mind at the end of the day?
Many of us are admittedly confused. Why? One of the reasons is that we spend most of our time wondering and overthinking things.
It’s okay to think, but overthinking and wondering are unhealthy.
Another reason is reasoning. When things don’t go as we expect or aren’t logical, we tend to reason overboard and disregard them.
Wondering and overthinking affect our physical health. When we allow these to take the lead in our lives, we will have to deal with the surge of;
* Negative thoughts
* Post-traumatic stress
* Body aches
* Borderline personality disorder
All these are dangers of having a confused mind.
Wondering leaves us confused and focusing more on adverse events that may have happened and, at the same time, anticipating future adverse events that could occur. It makes us worry about the future we can’t control or predict.
Do you have difficulties sleeping as a result of overthinking?
Are you always confused because you can’t turn off your thinking engine?
You need to take care of your mind. God is not an author of confusion, nor does he wishes that for you.
Why is that? God wants to keep you safe. This desire does not mean that the negatives in life won’t happen, or you won’t get to think at all, but it’s for you to recognize that God is in control and sovereign, and you can trust him to help you make the right decisions.
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Please stop fixing your past mistakes, problems, and shortcomings, which will increase your chances of being affected by mental health problems. A confused mind sets you up for a vicious cycle that destroys your mental peace of mind and general well-being.
To break the habit,
* Take note of things that gets you confused.
* Be conscious of your thought pattern.
* Never worry over trivial matters
* By all means, keep your mind calm and focused always
* Make simple choices
* Be thankful
* Learn to forgive yourself and trust your intuition.
* Consult a trained mental health expert (therapist, psychiatrist).
It gets better with time, but you have to make the time with the right mindset!
Blessings and Love
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