Welcome to Overthought This!

For people who love to think, overthink, optimize, learn and wonder about things.

Whether you're an overthinker by nature or simply curious about the world around you, we're here to help you open more doors with that curiosity and deep thinking.

We appreciate the overthinking brain for its creativity, curiosity, and problem-solving skills, and we acknowledge the frustration it can bring. We'll help you make the most of your busy brain.

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We believe that having a brain that never stops can be a positive thing. When all that thinking opens up new possibilities and ideas, it's a gift. But we also know that overthinking can be a challenge. It can paralyze us with indecision or make it difficult to take action.

That's where Overthought This comes in. Here, we appreciate the overthinking brain for its creativity, curiosity, and problem-solving skills, while also acknowledging the frustrations it can bring. We'll share tips on how to manage overthinking and use it to your advantage.

And we'll have a lot of fun along the way!

Here Are Some of the Things You Can Expect to Find on Overthought This:

  • Articles on a wide range of topics, from personal growth and psychology to pop culture and creative arts
  • Interviews with experts and thought leaders
  • Resources and tools to help you manage overthinking
  • And fun and interesting things to think about, like animal facts and fascinating news stories.

If you have a brain that never stops, you're in the right place. We’re glad to have you here at Overthought This, where we embrace our busy brains and explore the big and small questions in life.

About the Founder

Overthought This was founded by Alissa Zorn, an author, comic artist, and trauma-informed coach. As a recovering perfectionist and a fellow deep thinker, she created Overthought This for kindred spirits who have brains that easily go into overdrive.

Alissa is also the founder of Bounceback Parenting, a website that helps parents raise resilient children. She recently decided to fold Bounceback Parenting into Overthought This, making it the parenting section of the site.

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