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Control what you can and let go

Control what you can and let go

Once you've acknowledged your concern, pinpointing the source of the worry might assist you in dealing with the issue at hand. 

Understanding the problem might help you solve it. Stress, when used as a signal, can inspire you to control what you can. 

Taking action to address a component of the problem will help you minimize your symptoms. 

You see, when we worry or spend too much time thinking about something, our thoughts become strained. 

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What’s up, it’s @hackedongrowth here, Words have tremendous power. Your ideas manifest into your reality. The brain is the soul's temple. What is in a person's thoughts may shape their personality. Yet, we have a tendency to overthink at times, which has an impact on our day-to-day actions. Overthinking, or thinking too much, is precisely what it means. Overthinking occurs when you analyze too much instead of acting and doing things. This is referred to as overthinking.

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