Confessions of a Thinkaholic:
As Anais Nin, the novelist, writes, “We do not see things as they are—we see things as we are.” I could not agree more! Here’s why.
This past November I had a cold virus that kept me home for more than two weeks, and what I found myself doing more than ever was thinking, or more precisely overthinking. The problem: My thinking was far more toxic than it was constructive. We’re talking unhealthy thinking—the polluted kind—the kind that has you getting in your own way and staying stuck there. Let’s put it this way, it wasn’t pretty. Stewing and ruminating is never pretty—in fact, it’s paralyzing! Read more