How to Stop Obsessing Over Your Mistakes #infographic

How to Stop Obsessing Over Your Mistakes #infographic

Sorry, it's normal. Concern is indeed an evolutionary trait, as learning from your mistakes does not allow you to make them again. It's how children learn not to touch warm things–and how our ancestors have learned not to pet crocodiles! But when thinking and worrying about your mistakes becomes an obsession, it stops being a survival tool and can potentially become dangerous. Part of the problem is that our minds want to use downtime to cope with these errors.

When your mind has nothing else to do, it focuses on the past, and especially on the times that profit you from reading. But for your body, it's a complex system. People who appear to loop around the same error Eating disorders, anxiety, and heart disease are constantly at risk.

One way to shake yourself out of this mentality is to give your mind something else. Get a change of scenery, or at least a change in mental environments.' Going for a walk, talking, or stuck in a fresh assignment can all help dissipate the voice inside.

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