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I think; therefore I have a headache. Suffer from over-thinking? Guilty of the thinking much? Or, just ... meh.

I think a lot. I am an introvert so I work things out more in my mind than out loud. But I would not say I am an over-thinker. In fact, I am pretty decisive about things. I make a decision and go with it, really not thinking back on the decision much.

I don't talk with others much about what I am thinking, either, which drives a lot of people around me crazy. I have a pretty intimate and close relationship with God so I talk to Him about my "stuff", mostly in my thoughts.

I do my best thinking in the bathroom ... always have ... while I am getting ready. It's quiet there and one of the only places I can go to be truly alone. I can solve the whole world's problems while putting on my makeup. I have made many major decisions in my life while blow-drying my hair.

I also do lots of thinking in the car. I can drive hours without even turning on the radio or talking to another person. In fact, I prefer the silence so I can think.


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  1. that's a great quote!! and yes, it is often in the silence that I rediscover my self because I am able to pay attention to all those thoughts in my head.
    The tub or shower is a great thinking place for me too.

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  2. All of my thinking is done at night, while I'm in bed. It's really the only time that the house is completely quiet and calm. I don't over-think things too often, but there are times when I do. I don't know why...I should just let it go!

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