Okay this is my deal. Iâ€™m taking Prozac 60mg for depression and anxiety and doing Cognitive Behavior Therapy with Therapist and reading the book Mind over Mood. So I am journaling problems and trying to correct my faulty thinking. Trying not to be over dramatic about my problems. I realize that my roof leak battle with the builder on my new house that has been going on for three months is not the end of the world. I know itâ€™s not life or death. I know five years from now this it wonâ€™t matter. Iâ€™ve been doing my relaxation tape daily; I try to get some sort of physical exercise during the day, I try to get the proper amount of sleep (which is hard). I think I can be rational and realize that there is only so much I can do.Well Iâ€™ve become aware that part of my problem is that when something is upsetting to me, thoughts about the problems constantly keep popping back into my head. The littlest thing will trigger me to start thinking about it. Yesterday whenever I would catch myself thinking about it I would say stop, tried snapping the rubber band on my wrist, and visualizing a stop sign. I am just in shock as to how often thoughts are popping into my head. I totally understand that I am making myself miserable by this, but the thoughts are just so automatic. It is exhausting me. I know itâ€™s bad for my health. Anyone had this problem with repetitive thoughts and what is the best way to reduce them? Any advice would greatly be appreciated.