A problem shared could be a problem doubled: Obsessively discussing worries with friends makes people - particularly women - MORE anxious and depressed, an expert claims



A problem shared could be a problem doubled, an expert claims.
According to Robin Bailey, a senior lecturer in psychological therapies at the University of Central Lancashire, obsessively discussing worries with friends makes people, particularly women, more anxious and depressed.
Known as rumination, many mistakenly believe repeatedly thinking over problems will solve them and make themselves feel better.
When people ruminate together, it can cause them to excessively discuss the same problems, panic about the future and focus on negative emotions, according to Mr Bailey.
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30 November 2017 in Health, Views: 54
Source: Daily Mail
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