How to Stop Reading too much into stuff
I have noticed that I have a tendency to overanalyze situations, though I will provide some of the situations and hopefully someone can either confirm or deny. Today I had my speech class. There is a girl who sits in front of me that I really like. From what I have experienced she is smart, she is pretty, and she is nice. And she wears glasses. So anyways, I noticed that she glanced at me when I sat on another side of the room during the first class. So I moved on over to her side of the room, and she sits in front of me. Then, that class, not only do I deliver a speech which was well accepted and got a good grade (at news of that, I thought it must have been some sort of trick), I also managed to have a fairly engaging conversation with her.
This class, she said hello, but she seemed much more distant. At first I thought (hoped?) that perhaps she liked me as well, but this class she seemed colder. Not ice cold, but maybe iced tea cold. So after and during class I felt pretty bad. Almost crushed in a way.
Do I read too much into these things? Anyone else do this?
Qui desiderat pacem, preparet bellum.
Who desires peace should prepare for war.