Category: 2 minute reads

  • What Overthinking Looks Like

    Overthinking is a common, and left unchecked, can have a significant impact on your mental well-being. Recognizing what overthinking looks like is the first step towards managing and overcoming it. In this article, we will explore real-world examples of what overthinking looks like so you can identify it. 1. Replaying Past Conversations: Overthinking often looks…

  • Thoughts Versus Feelings

    Ever feel confused, not knowing if what you’re thinking is the same as what you’re feeling? Have you wondered how to tell the difference between your thoughts and feelings? It’s a common struggle that can make anyone feel mixed up. But don’t worry. Here we’ll talk about thoughts versus feelings so you can tell the difference.…

  • How Thoughts Become Things

    Have you ever thought about something and then, boom, it happened? Maybe you reached a goal, started a new relationship, or stumbled upon an exciting opportunity. It might seem like it’s just luck, but what you think actually has a big impact on what happens your life. When you understand how thoughts become things, you…

  • Can overthinking cause anxiety?

    There’s a lot to think about. And our minds can become full of endless ‘what ifs’ and imagined catastrophes. But do constant thoughts cause anxiety, or is overthinking a result of an anxiety that is already there? Short answer: yes, overthinking can cause anxiety. But, like most modern relationships, it’s complicated. Because overthinking can be…

  • How to Stop Overthinking After a Breakup

    Breakups are tough. Ruminating and never ending thoughts make them worse. Here we discuss nine practical tips to stop overthinking after a breakup.

  • The Power of Psychoeducation

    Psychoeducation provides individuals with valuable knowledge about mental health, emotional well-being, and psychological processes.

  • 5 ways a thought based approach helps you succeed

    A thought-based approach is centered around the fact that thoughts influence emotions, behaviors, and ultimately the results we experience in our lives.

  • Why you need a thought based approach to personal development, self-care and mental wellness

    there is a growing recognition that improving thought processes leads to transformations in every area of life.

  • Which animal would you compare yourself to and why?

    Being born on the cusp of Leo would make sense for me to say I am a lion, too. But lions symbolize strength, and I’m tired of being strong and defined by my strength.

  • Example of a celebrity’s all-or-nothing thinking destroying their confidence

    All-or-nothing thinking is a mental filter that can negatively affect your confidence. Here we point out an example from the media.