Some people seldom think, and others seldom give rest to their mind. They keep thinking and thinking and thinking leading to “overthink” state where they no longer have peace and usually end up messing up their situation. Here, I’ll show you specific positive and negative points about overthinking.
#1: Biting Nails
Most of the overthinkers are bald and have short nails. LOL, they scratch their head so much that they end up with a weak scalp and turn bald within a few years. They even bite their nails to such an extent that it’ll take ages to grow them again up to the normal size.
#2: Confused Expressions
They are found with a “confused” expression, most of the time. It’s not that some people have weird faces, it’s just you catch them when they’re thinking way too much.
#3: Aggressive When Disturbed
They are extremely aggressive when they’re disturbed in between their thinking process.
#4: Shouts At Self
In the middle of a silent room, you’ll find them shouting. No, no they’re not retarded. It’s just they’re too tired of themselves thinking way too much.
#5: They Know Both Sides Of The Story
They always know the worst and the best side of their situation. Hats off to their thinking power.
#6: Always In Deep Thought
Sometimes you’ll encounter them when they’re in their deep thoughts where even the sound of the train cannot disturb them.
#7: Always Aware
They are always aware of what next can happen. They have thought of all possible outcomes, which somehow benefits them. And as expected, they have thought of the solution as well.
In their friend circles, they are Mostly known as “lost” personalities. They are always lost in their own world of imagination and thinking.
#9: Extra Careful
They are the ones who sit in the exam hall for the longest. Even if they know the answer, they think not just once, not just twice, not just thrice but way more just to be 10000% correct
Last but not least, they roll at least 20 times on their bed before falling to sleep. Overthinking can make you so skittish.
I would like to tell all the readers, think, maybe think twice or thrice but not beyond.