Sometimes we think to much, isnt it?
July 2, 2009 4:46am CST
Last week I went to computer shop to buy a LCD monitor. I liked two to three monitors in particular. And I thought its better to do a good research before buying. So I googled a lot and then I didn't come to conclusion because all the monitors have their pros and cons. In my view I over-think about whole monitor thing. Did you ever feel that way?
2 Jul 09
well yes I agree that sometimes we do think a lot.......i am just so decisive sometimes.......the more options i get the more confused i get.......it is not only with the material things that we see.......so many time we think so much about our relations as well......like if we have a girl friend we tend to think, oh is she cheating me? where is she? why is she doing this? we tend to assume a lot of things......this is just an example....... Humans as we are, we think way too much and that's pretty normal.......and it is normal only to a point where you don't go insane and be a cause of worry for someone else...... Have a nice day !!!!
• Hong Kong
5 Jul 09
I also find myself thinking too much sometimes but then when it is about making a purchase, I tend to take the better safe than sorry approach. Having bought the item that doesn't fit into my life is going to cause me more problems than not having such an item at the first place.
3 Jul 09
THinking is always good, because it means u put in effort to consider waht u really wanna buy and not regretting it.. hehe ^_^ However over thinking is not as good thing because one tends to over analyse, resulting in more things to think about.. lol =D I cant teach u how to think, because everybody's mindset is different.. Some like to go into depth of things while some only look at appearance before deciding.. Alot depends on what type of person u are too ^_^
• United States
3 Jul 09
Hi, figjam! Do you really think it's over-thinking? It seems more like excessive research and worry over the qualities of an item before buying it. Sometimes, doing that can cause us to over-pay, since we've missed the sale that would have saved us a great deal of money.