The ability to make choices seems so easy for some, doesn’t it? A snap decision between A or B, a gentle waft of forethought, a sober smattering of afterthought and next to no procrastination along the way.
However, for some, being presented with an abundance of choices can be overwhelmingly debilitating. I can’t even count the amount of time I’ve lost to wandering a supermarket aisle trying to choose between items with little or no immediately apparent differences.
Of course, the drawback of indecision is everything takes so sodding long. And somewhat like my knackered old laptop, as soon as my brain reaches information overload (which it does pretty rapidly), it just shuts down and renders me into a gormless mess.Read more on themighty.com