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Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 4 of 4

Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 4 of 4 So how do you break this cycle, refocus your attention and energy, and move on to greener pastures? Distance from the person or situation – take time out. Just let go and things can fall away. You’ll gain a sense of perspective. Maybe even […]

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Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 3 of 4

Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 3 of 4 Therefore your relationships can end up contaminated and compromised. Who wants to be around a moody grouch who’s always mooching around the mausoleum of the past? And you never break the karmic cycle and move forward. Your perception of past events effectively hijacks your […]

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Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 2 of 4

Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 2 of 4 Rumination has negative effects both on the mind and the body and can be seen as a form of psychological self-harm. By entertaining and obsessing with negative thoughts, stress hormones and chemicals are released into the bloodstream. This can lead to cognitive malfunction – […]

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Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 1 of 4

Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 1 of 4 Do you want to live in a permanent state of depression and unease, potentially shorten your life, poison your relationships and generally feel sour, disharmonious and miserable? As a bonus, do you want to be a complete shit to everyone around you? If so, […]

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Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 4 of 4

Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 4 of 4 So how do you break this cycle, refocus your attention and energy, and move on to greener pastures? Distance from the person or situation – take time out. Just let go and things can fall away. You’ll gain a sense of perspective. Maybe even […]

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Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 3 of 4

Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 3 of 4 Therefore your relationships can end up contaminated and compromised. Who wants to be around a moody grouch who’s always mooching around the mausoleum of the past? And you never break the karmic cycle and move forward. Your perception of past events effectively hijacks your […]

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Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 2 of 4

Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 2 of 4 Rumination has negative effects both on the mind and the body and can be seen as a form of psychological self-harm. By entertaining and obsessing with negative thoughts, stress hormones and chemicals are released into the bloodstream. This can lead to cognitive malfunction – […]

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Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 1 of 4

Could Rumination be the Death of You? Part 1 of 4 Do you want to live in a permanent state of depression and unease, potentially shorten your life, poison your relationships and generally feel sour, disharmonious and miserable? As a bonus, do you want to be a complete shit to everyone around you? If so, […]

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