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Tools to Stop Overthinking: A Teen Guide to Relief From Anxiety and Stress in an Age of Overwhelm by Jennifer Costanza, MA, LMFT is a self-help book aimed at helping teenagers overcome the adverse effects of overthinking while embracing overthinking as a superpower that can help them tap into their potential and growth. Costanza provides a detailed guide to understanding the complexities of overthinking, its effects, and how to reframe overthinking as a strength rather than a weakness. Costanza offers helpful tips, resources, and daily practices throughout the book that help teenagers understand themselves better and why they overthink so that they can channel that energy in more positive and productive avenues. Although Costanza aimed to assist teenagers with this book as they embark on a journey of self-discovery, this book is for everyone, even adults, as overthinking is an issue that adults also deal with. The resources provided can help everyone who struggles with it.
Tools to Stop Overthinking by Jennifer Costanza, MA, LMFT, is an absorbing and compelling resource for all individuals battling overthinking. Costanza’s views on overthinking are detailed and insightful, portraying a deep understanding of the issue. While well-researched and well-written, it was a helpful read that adds immense value to anyone who struggles with overthinking and its often debilitating effects. Costanza offers multiple examples to put her insights into perspective, which makes the content highly relatable and relevant. This is a practical resource to turn the tables on overthinking and transform it from an impediment into your superpower. I enjoyed reading this book, and the insights were helpful and meaningful.