We have all been there and not just once but most of the times. Confused? Well, I am talking about overthinking. Not every one of us has the kind of cast-iron confidence that helps us with a relaxed and casual approach to a hot and attractive member of the opposite sex. For people like us who tends to overthink a lot and someone who analyze every situation to death until the opportunity passes, the dilemma is real. The effects of overthinking are worse than we can imagine and this artist Connor Delaney perfectly captures this in his comic. If you too are an overthinker and analyze every situation a bit too much then you will relate to this comic. This is the kind of scenario that plays itself out every single day. Maybe it’s time that you should follow your inner voice and the gut feeling, and let things take their natural course? But you’re going to stay silent and imagine all the ways it could go wrong, that very obvs!
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Let’s check out the artist’s comic about the side effects of overthinking and we all have been there!
1.Haven’t we all been there? Trying to act natural and calm when someone cute passes by?!
2.And then the things that should not be said too much. Trying to be extra cool in our head!
3.But what happens when you actually say it out or think of the next scenario that could happen!
4.You keep thinking about every possible thing that could happen when you say it.
5.And then overthinking about other possibilities like when she talks to you and your conversation gets interesting and deep.
6.What if he doesn’t want to talk and you just make a fool out of yourself.
7.And then more of the overthinking stuff and it’s stupid side effects.
8.Still the same!
9.And then she goes away and you console yourself with other things.
10.It doesn’t lead you anywhere and you miss the opportunities that would not come to you again, maybe.
11.What if is the only thing that comes to the mind. What if I went out? What if I did that?
12.Even ghosts are not spared away from the side effects of overthinking.
13.And then you regret that you could have actually said or done things instead of thinking about it and it’s consequences.