Ruminating vs. Processing. Do You Know the Difference?

15 Responses

  1. sassafrass20 says:

    Thank you so much for this post. I really needed this at this particular point in my processing stage of “making sense of everything”. I love your blog and posts. 😊

  2. Reblogged this on How To Not Hate My Husband and commented:
    Some good ideas for me here.. action causes me pain, wallowing causes me pain, seems like so much getting over this nonsense causes me pain and I can see now how bcxzzzdfxzxxzzymj

  3. Ray says:

    Wonderful post! It’s hard to get to the processing point, but once you do, it’s a wonderful feeling to get PAST the past. Learn from it and never repeat it. 🙂

  4. Bugsmetwo says:

    Reblogged this on My Life is a Soap Opera and commented:
    Good insight for me and others.

  5. Photos with this are perfect!

  6. Great article Lisa. Rumination can not only lead to depression, it can lead to, keep active, and increase anxiety.

  7. BecHanson says:

    Very well researched and helpful as usual Lisa. It was a huge step forward for me when I started to understand the difference between the two and stopped ruminating, what a relief, it’s exhausting!

  8. Great post! It was interesting and well written

  9. souldancer44 says:

    Excellent! You are so articulate with your thoughts!

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