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Notice your thoughts

When your thoughts tip from realistic anxieties into unlikely scenarios, take note of it. Also, if your thoughts become catastrophic, notice if you're judging yourself: "I always do this."

We often may not realise when our thoughts become catastrophic. A long-term solution for sharpening self-awareness is mindfulness meditation. It can help you become better attuned to your thoughts.

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Notice Your Thoughts

Become more mindful of your thoughts, as though you're an observer. 

Once you become more of an observer, it's easier to notice your thoughts rather than remaining caught up in them.

Notice when you're stuck in your head

Overthinking can become such a habit that you don't even recognize when you're doing it. Practice paying attention.

When you're overthinking past or future events, acknowledge that your thoughts aren't productive. Thinking is only helpful when it leads to positive action.

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Other Tips To Practice Mindfulness

  • For those who tend to get "antsy" during meditation, there are other ways to ease into the practice of mindfulness.
  • Gardening, listening to music, and even cleaning the house can become a practice in mindfulness if you take the rig...

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