Confessions of a Professional Overthinker

by Kristy Riggall

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/01/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 180
ISBN : 9781504320313
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 180
ISBN : 9781504320320

About the Book

Your subconscious mind is your automatic thought system that runs in the background of your brain ninety to ninety-five percent of the day. It’s your internal drive, and it can harm or heal you. A harmful facet of the mind is overthinking—a symptom that causes disharmony and a battle between the subconscious and conscious minds. In Confessions of a Professional Overthinker, Kristy Riggall explains the source of our overthinking and why we do it. By utilizing her advice, you can go from chronic overthinking to tranquility. You will find a balanced life and embrace change instead of fearing it. For some, this book will even assist with addictions to food, alcohol, or social media. Follow simple, active steps to help you discover the source of your overthinking. Kristy’s began in childhood and became her normal way of life—until she found healing. When your internal world feels like a battleground, it’s time to start letting go of control and perfectionism. Stop being stressed and discover self-acceptance by making simple changes in your daily life.

About the Author

Kristy is a medically trained enrolled nurse and current Behavioural Science student at University. She is also a trained Reiki Master and Bowen therapist. Human stories, told through the mind and body make her world go around. Kristy made a unique discovery about herself and the human mind and body connection as it pertains to a balance sheet in an accounting equation. After developing a bout of anxiety and depression post the birth of her only child. She decided to go on a search and destroy mission to overcome and heal what was internally ailing her. Understanding her chronic over-thinking addiction - developed in childhood, was the cause of her depression and anxiety later in life. Through sheer determination and a strong desire to change her inner world, she was able to get out of her head and back into her life, reconnecting the subconscious and conscious parts of her brain. Learning through the art of balance, surrender, compassion, and a healthy dose of self-love. You can find her on: Facebook: @confessionsofaprofessionaloverthinker Facebook: @kristyriggall LinkedIn: Email: