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Women Who Think Too Much: How to Break Free of Overthinking and Reclaim Your Life Paperback – Bargain Price, February 1, 2004
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What is overthinking? Nolen-Hoeksma, a professor of Psychology, contends that our society is both fast-paced and overly-self-analytical. The self-help section in bookstores bulge with upteen ways to analyze yourself and gaze at your bellybutton. With this self-analysis comes over-thinking--and Nolen-Hoeksema has discovered that women are more prone to overthink than men. Women spend countless hours fruitlessly thinking about negative ideas, feelings, experiences, and relationships. The result of this over-thinking? A huge number of women are feeling sad, anxious, or seriously depressed.
The author provides case studies, but they aren't presented in a dry, intellectual tone. She connects the dots between the research and how it impacts women in their day-to-day lives. Chapter titles include What's Wrong With OverThinking?, Married to My Worries: Overthinking Intimate Relationships, Always On The Job: Overthinking Work and Careers, and ten other chapters. The great thing about this book is that it doesn't just talk about why overthinking is bad for mental, emotional, and even physical health, but also provides several chapters on how to break free from overthinking and move to higher ground.
In the Chapter If It Hurts So Much, Why Do We Do It?, the author explains fascinating discoveries in brain science, and how when we think of one bad thing, it usually cascades into a torrent of negative thoughts and emotions.Read more ›
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I found my own copy at a yard sale and then ordered this one from Amazon for a friend who thinks too much. Great book.Published 1 month ago by Shelley Davis
i haven't finished reading it but so far from what i have read is exactly how i am. I've been wanting a book that could possibly help me out with my overthinking of things, and i... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Cindy Huitz
This book is so me! Everything I'm reading is exactly how I feel and what I go thru on a regular basis. I thought I was alone till I read this and I'm so thankful I did.. love it..Published 7 months ago by Mema1108
Rest in Peace. Thank you for your extremely important contributions. I wish you could have been with us longer. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Gary L. Goodwin
Super well explained. I found it on a recommendation in an article of Real Simple magazine of women that think too much. This was like an eye opener for me. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tere Melgarejo
I thought this would be helpful like "Women who love too much" , but it is quite boring and I lost my interest in it!Published 10 months ago by Faryal Mallick
I read this several years ago and it helped me (and a support group I was leading) realize how women tend to ruminate, to our detriment. Read morePublished 11 months ago by jennifer