How to Stop Overanalyzing Your Life

More and more, I see many therapists, coaches, and self-help books talk about the importance of self awareness for making profound shifts in your life. But this type of analysis alone won’t shift your life. 

For example, there are people who are aware that they’re overweight or obese and hate it. That’s self-awareness in a nutshell: knowing yourself and your perceived problem. But what’s next? What do they intend to do about it? Awareness isn’t enough. You have to understand where your habits are holding you back, where your triggers are, and how to get away from those triggers. 

The truth is that the majority of our thoughts and actions are on autopilot and we don’t even know it. We’re not even aware of our own habits, routines, impulses, and reactions. And when this happens, we aren’t in control of them. Instead, they control us. 

I consider myself to be a very unconventional therapist. I don’t follow the path of...

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