What do you mean by that?
Do you mean when we're unable to analyse things in certain situations because we're not equipped with the right knowledge? Or, do you mean when we're at a some sort of mental block?
i've never heard the term but i do think i have experienced it often, i thought that was just a bit of procrastination...but i guess it is probably overanalysis of the problem that is facing me...what usually helps me overcome my tendency to overanalyse and then not get anywhere it is a deadline, or other crisis of some kind; if its important and the deadline isnt set for you by others or by circumstances, then you have to set your own deadline and decide at the outset that its better to make any decision at all, than risk making the wrong one.We all know the term and have experienced it many times in our lives. My question is: What do you do to to confront/solve the analysis-paralysis situation?
is it cos you would rather not make a decision which might turn out to be wrong and therefore run the risk of appearing to fail in front of othersI guess it could be either, but mostly has to do with stress or paranoia (due to overthinking/analyzing) that comes when we either can't understand something, are unsure of which route to take, or just get that sense of impending failure and that all our plans will not work out or be futile. Not like everyday matters, but more on the lines of major life-altering decisions. Hopefully that makes sense...
is it cos you would rather not make a decision which might turn out to be wrong and therefore run the risk of appearing to fail in front of others
is there a particular major life altering decision you are actually struggling with right now?