overthink


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overthink

(ˌəʊvəˈθɪŋk)
vb, -thinks, -thinking or -thought
to spend more time thinking about (something) than is necessary or productive
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"I think it's just trying to simplify things and not overthink," Fried said.
We all have tendencies to overthink and get caught in the imaginary world of what-ifs.
Leach will be tasked with slowing Steve Smith, who scored a century in both innings last week to put England to the sword, but the Somerset man is keen not to overthink the task ahead.
Leach will be tasked with slowing Steve Smith, who scored a century in both innings to put England to the sword, but the Somerset man is keen not to overthink the task ahead.
'You tend to overwork, overthink, performance-based yung gagawin mong mga bagay, parang pabibo ka para ma-appreciate ka nila and then nakakapagod naman.
Long days and long nights, to think, and overthink. A place to put the derelicts and the loonies.
People seem to overthink things these days instead of just enjoying their lives and who they are.
Try not to worry or overthink the regret of having had a cigarette, and while it's definitely not to be recommended, it might even ultimately strengthen your resolve.
Rodgers waved away any concerns of a stitch-up and insisted: "I tend to not overthink it.
She said: "When you're a kid you just do it, you don't overthink anything.
She then asked her hero: "What advice would you give me about how to stay positive when I feel overwhelmed?" McLoughlin replied: "A piece of advice my sister gave me was to keep it in the day, not to overthink things and not to get too far ahead of yourself."
Little time to think, lesser time to overthink and even lesser time to mess up due to overthinking.