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    Thinking too much causes stress?

    Very interesting article here:
    BBC News - Rumination: The danger of dwelling

    @bossman might be interested - this is what is said in the book, "Stop Thinking, Start Living" that he recommended

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    Its a good thing I don't think....

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    An interesting article. So thinking too much causes stress, which causes white hairs.

    Right.

    Note to self: Keep on being you and you'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    Very interesting article here:
    "Stop Thinking, Start Living"
    Brill book that

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    And now!

    Something completely different!

    dah! dah! dah! dah! dah! dah! dah! dah! dah! dah!

    To the tune of "Monty Python's Flying Circus"

    Monty Python's Flying Circus - Main Theme - YouTube

    Just loved that series, it explained rather a lot in a way which was not too specific in areas of mental health

    "Stop Thinking Start Living" A little easier said than done but can be achieved folks!

    Happy Day's are here again hopefully yaaaayyyyyy!!

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    @bossman mlnm, calm down poppet. I think you are getting a bit over-excited. It'll end in tears, y'know
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    I suffer from this, it really can put a stopper on everything. One minute fine, the next the world just drops out from under your feet. Best way is to stay occupied.

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