Sometimes overthinkers can be mistaken to be narcissists. The constant "is it me?" "are you referring to me?" Can be seen as wanting to always be in the center of every situation or being the center of attention.
But then you hear people saying things like "it's not always about you", "stop trying to always be in the limelight."
Sadly and unfortunately, that's not what overthinkers mean. Because most of the time the sentence isn't complete. What was actually meant is....: "Is it me who's at fault again?"
"Have I done something stupid again?"
At times, overthinkers just need assurance that they haven't committed any faults to have peace of mind.
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