6 Ways to Cope with Rumination

These practical tips can address the root of the issue.

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“Rumination tends to be eased if we are mindful; if we are able to be aware of, and understand how our own thoughts work.”

— Peter Kinderman

At the end of a long day or a particularly heart-wrenching breakup, you might find yourself lost in a storm of ruminations.

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