Is Your Love on the Edge? Dive into Extreme Emotions with This Overthinker’s Marriage Guide

Unleashed practical steps for turbocharged communication and intense understanding

Tarun Gupta

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Disclaimer: The views shared in the following article are my personal views and are not universal or backed by any research. You might agree or disagree. It would be great to hear your perspective in the comment section.

Today’s world, especially the entertainment industry, has created this fanciful notion of happily ever after at the cusp of beginning a permanent relationship like a marriage. There is truth to the statement that you want to be happy when entering into a sacred covenant like a marriage, but you should not forget the other aspects tied into it.

Marriage is an act where two individuals living their lives to that point have decided to come together and build a life together. And because of those two individualities, there will be traits that will present conflict. But how a marriage will turn out depends on how both parties have agreed to tackle and resolve those conflicts.

The Overthinking Struggle

As overthinkers step into the realm of matrimony, the habitual tendency to overanalyze every detail and possibility can cast shadows over the joyous occasion. An overthinker’s mind, constantly grappling with endless streams of thoughts and scenarios, often finds it challenging to settle into the flow of a relationship without becoming entangled in the intricate web of doubts and uncertainties.

Overthinkers often find themselves grappling with an ongoing inner dialogue. The fear of making the wrong decisions or the incessant need for reassurance can cast a shadow over even the most joyous moments.

Communication is Key

The assumption on the part of either party to know and understand what the other person is feeling or going through can lead to catastrophes. A marriage where one or both people are overthinkers can sometimes lead to unmitigated disasters.

It happens because we all are social beings at our core, and we want to be understood to drive our core motivation in the world. There will…

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Tarun Gupta

A simple fellow writing stories, sharing experiences, sharing his perspective, trying to do his share of humanity.