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Is too much psychological thinking good for you?

Posted by pinkeye on June 12, 2005, at 13:57:30

Any ideas on when to stop dwelving more and more into psychology and therapy and trying to work on your issues and start moving on?

Sometimes I feel it has all gotten too much for me - too much of therapy, too much of insight, too much of psychology so that I am in talking in terms of psycho terms with everyone.. and sometimes I am also beginning to get bored. And sometimes I just don't like talking about Ts nowadays and seeing one. I am feeling "oh what is the big deal" kind of thing. It is almost like I have lost the charm in all of this.

But othertimes, I feel very interested and want to do more..

Is too much of psychology bad for your mental health? Any ideas?




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