Top 8 books to stop overthinking control emotions

Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapyby David D. Burns: This classic text from the world-renowned psychiatrist offers a step-by-step program for overcoming negative thoughts and emotions using CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) techniques.

The Happiness Trapby Russ Harris: This book challenges the idea that pursuing happiness is the key to a fulfilling life. Instead, Harris teaches readers how to accept their emotions and live a more meaningful life through ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talkingby Susan Cain: For introverts who struggle with overthinking and emotional overwhelm, this book offers validation and practical advice for thriving in an extroverted world.

Mindfulnessby Mark Williams and Danny Penman: This book is a practical guide to mindfulness meditation, a technique that can help you become more aware of your thoughts and feelings without judgment, allowing you to respond to them rather than react.

Emotional Agilityby Susan David: This book teaches readers how to develop emotional agility, the ability to navigate emotions without getting stuck in them. David provides tools to help you understand your emotions, accept them, and move on.

The Power of Habitby Charles Duhigg: This book explores the science of habits and how they can be changed. By understanding how habits work, you can learn to break negative thought patterns and build new, more positive ones.

Daring Greatlyby Brené Brown: This book challenges the fear of vulnerability and teaches readers the importance of embracing imperfection and authenticity. By letting go of the need for perfection, you can reduce overthinking and emotional self-consciousness.

Self-Compassionby Kristin Neff: This book teaches the importance of self-compassion, the ability to be kind and understanding towards yourself, even when you make mistakes. Self-compassion can help to reduce negative self-talk and improve emotional well-being.