Overthinking disorder

in #anxiety2 years ago (edited)

[5 min read ]

Author: Ramzi Amziane

I applied for a job, and now it's the date for the personal interview. Sitting on hold, ideas attack you: I do not have enough experience, and I will not be able to address their questions, I will definitely be embarrassed, and I will not be able to get this job. Anticipating a negative outcome from something even before the result show up is called Overthinking.

It is not limited to work or study only, but extends to many areas of life.
It is not a disease but a symptom of generalized anxiety disorder
Excessive thinking is not a disease in itself, but rather a symptom of generalized anxiety disorder, and people with this disorder cannot stop their minds from thinking.

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