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Women Who Think Too Much by Susan Nolen-Hoeksema
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Jan 30, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012, in-my-library
Read from February 01 to 19, 2012

I don't know why it is titled : "Women who think too much". I think the book is relevant to both men and women.
I am really glad to have read this book.. it doesn't really answer all questions, but it gives good advises to beat overthinking..
I am sure, I shall read it again some time soon.

The best thing about it is mainly the case studies, and life scenarios. It makes ideas very clear, as if I am living each situation exactly. Most probably the reactions mentioned would be exactly my reaction if I am in that place.
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message 1: by Mariam (new)

Mariam Al-Naqr I really want to know ur feedback after reading this book...(It is because of its interesting title that I am interested in knowing about it)


Lastoadri Go for it :)


message 3: by Mariam (new)

Mariam Al-Naqr why? what does it do to women who think too much? :)


Lastoadri A better look at overthinking + simple, but helpful, advises.


Nadosia Grey According to Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, women tend to ruminate when they are depressed, whereas men tend to distract themselves. Maybe that's the reason for the title or maybe not. I don't know.


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