Odd question... Can you even think too much? Logically speaking, we obviously think all the time, but our thoughts can sometimes get a bit out of hand - especially when we think about other people: what they did, what they should do, what they should have done, what they said, what you wished they had said, why they spoke at all, and so on. We get stuck on little things and gradually the little things become huge things that we cannot shake off.
Thinking too much is a bit like eating too much: you feel heavy with having taken on too much. And actually, it's mostly unnecessary 'weight' that can be easy to shed and easier still not to consume in the first place. So ask yourself: does it matter what someone else said or did? Does it change things hugely? If not, it might be time to shed that 'weight' and move past the over-thinking. Focus on being light and flexible in thoughts and actions instead.
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