Why You Have to Start Brooding

by Rachel Baker on August 20, 2013

We have all caught ourselves brooding too long over something that upset us. Did you know brooding damages your health?

The urge to brood can be extremely powerful and the distressing thoughts often invade our minds whenever our guard is down. We can find ourselves stewing over them in the shower, mulling them over as we drive to work, ruminating about them when we’re making dinner and getting all worked up about them when we’re trying to fall asleep.

While this kind of brooding is common, over time, it is can become a habit that has an extremely damaging impact on our physical and mental health.

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