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100 1  Alcott, Andrew. 
245 10 Stop overthinking:eliminate anxiety,stress and negative 
       thinking, increase your self-motivation,|h[Hoopla 
       electronic resource] /|cAndrew Alcott. 
250    Unabridged. 
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511 1  Read by John Adderson. 
520    Do you want to learn how to stop negative thinking, reduce
       anxiety and stress? Overthinking, according to experts, is
       like a hamster wheel, as one hamster gets off, another 
       takes its position, and the wheel goes on spinning. 
       Overthinking is adaptive, once it is conveyed to healthy 
       objectives and real issues with attainable solutions. On 
       the other hand, for a lot of people out there, this 
       process stops working. We are here to discuss the bad 
       results of overthinking; obsession, rumination, and worry.
       Worrying refers to the feeling of troubled or being too 
       much worried on a problem or situation. With too much 
       worrying, your body and mind go into overdrive because you
       keep on focusing on the things that may occur.  In the 
       middle of too much worrying, you may experience stress, 
       anxiety, or even panic. Usually, this occurs during waking
       hours. A lot of people are experiencing this condition 
       tell of feeling a sense of unrealistic panics and alarm or
       looming doom that just augments their worries.  Here it is
       what you will find inside: * DIFFERENT CAUSES OF OVER-
       THINKING  * THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OVERTHINKING, ANXIETY,
       STRESS, AND NEGATIVE THINKING * SCHEDULE THINKING TIME. * 
       SET TIME LIMITS FOR MAKING DECISIONS. * CHALLENGING YOUR 
       THOUGHTS * DECLUTTER YOUR ENVIRONMENT CHAPTER  * EXAMPLES 
       OF THOUGHT MODIFICATION  * NEGATIVE THINKING DISORDERS * 
       MANAGING YOUR MINDSET: SETTING AND ACHIEVING GOALS  This 
       book covers all these, and much more.  So what are you 
       waiting for?   Scroll up, click on "Buy Now with 1-Click."
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  4 Self Help 
655  0 Audiobooks 
700 1  Adderson, John. 
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