Hey, Moz. I've found that participating in new things helps shake me out of the mental doldrums. Cold showers are, of course, one method that helps change. Yoga, meditation class (classes, imo, can help change perspective more than doing it on one's own), immersion tanks, walking around without a shirt, etc. Healing means action. No one ever thought themselves out of a situation. No one ever talked themselves out of a situation, not long-term, anyway. I am an advocate of therapy, but I'm more an advocate of doing. I still battle this myself. My default always seems to be to go over and over things in my head, even though I know it's useless. But, I also practice piano, take Tai Chi classes, go to the yoga studio, and walk. Recently I took a meditation class, one where they used singing bowls, and it was truly amazing. Where am I going with this? Obviously you've done some great work on yourself. You are, for the most part, in control of your habits. However, a little nudging from participating in new things can and will tune our brains into a frequency that facilitates us firing on all cylinders. I guess you could call this internal frequency our ring of truth.