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How to stop worrying: metacognitive therapy helps this writer learn to leave her anxious thoughts on the ‘sushi conveyor belt’

Overthinking has been part of my life for the last year and a half, since the world started feeling the impact of the coronavirus. I have tried to find answers to existential questions like “Why am I a pleaser?” or “Am I making the most of my life?” and spent most of my waking hours worrying about the impact the pandemic has had on our lives, or simply whether I might have said something to someone to offend them. Research shows that symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety are often caused…

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