10 Signs You Might Be Overthinking

Do you overthink a lot? When you’re got something big on your mind, being called an overthinker makes you feel invalidated, frustrated, and disappointed in yourself. But how do you know whether or not you’re overthinking? In this video, we’ve put together an objective list, designed to give you perspective on your own thoughts. We hope this helps! If you relate to these signs, don't miss out our previous video on the things overthinkers can relate to https://youtu.be/xDhySrr9v4k #overthinking #overthinker #psych2go We're also partnered with BetterHelp, where you could get online counseling at an affordable rate. You must be 18+ : www.betterhelp.com/Psych2Go www.betterhelp.com/Psych2Go Writer: Tristian Reed Script Manager: Kelly Soong VO: Amanda Silvera Animator: Naphia
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