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Author Topic: What Dating Is Like When You Think Way Too Much  (Read 134073 times)

Offline Mr. Babatunde

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When you think too much, you are sustaining your greatest feelings of dread and instabilities. You are trusting that dreadful little voice in the back of your head that demands you aren't sufficient. You are rehearsing self-loathing rather than self esteem and self-acknowledgment.

When you think too much, you make suspicions. You accept your individual is irritated with you. You accept your individual is getting exhausted of you. You accept you know precisely what your individual is thinking without having a discussion with them about it. You don't try to ask them the inquiries that have been bothering you since you accept you as of now have them in order.

When you think too much, you make nonexistent dramatization. You accept your individual messaged you in an unfriendly tone when they were just clowning around with you. Or then again you expect your individual is pissed at you when they take too long to answer since you don't understand they're occupied with something that has literally nothing to do with you.

When you think too much, you get upset over nothing. Instead of enjoying your relationship, you convince yourself your situation is too good to be true. You run a million dark and dreary scenarios through your head. You have fake arguments in the shower and the car. You get angry at your person before they even do anything to upset you.

When you think too much, you accidentally come across as inauthentic. Instead of saying the first thing that pops into your head, you rewrite texts over and over until you sound robotic. Instead of giving your honest opinion, you say what you think the other person wants to hear and end up looking like a clone. When you try too hard, you lose yourself along the way.

When you think too much, you end up living in the past or a fictionalized future. You aren’t able to enjoy the moment because you are lost in your thoughts, trapped in your own head. You miss out on important moments because you are too busy worrying about whether you said the wrong thing yesterday or whether it will come back to haunt you tomorrow.

When you think too much, you confuse your person. You give them the silent treatment for no apparent reason. You get snippy with them for no apparent reason. You are extra sensitive at random and they have no idea why because they can’t read your mind, they can’t guess where your trail of thoughts have led you this time.

When you think too much, you’re doing yourself a disservice. You’re worrying about issues that might not even exist outside of your own mind. You’re putting yourself through unnecessary heartache. You’re torturing yourself for absolutely no reason.

When you think too much, it can feel like a burden. It can drive you, and your person, absolutely insane. But you have to remember the reason you’re thinking too much is because you care too much. Because you love your person. Because you are terrified of doing something to chase them away.


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