Sorry to bruise your tender ears, my dear. I believe that when doctors have an aversion to blood or are disgusted by human anatomy, that they should consider retirement. Likewise, if the exploration of hypothetical truths makes you uncomfortable or shakes your feeble heart and you want to continue believing what makes you feel nice and warm, then maybe, just maybe, philosophy shouldn’t be your primary interest. “Over-analysis” might dishearten you or fill you with dismay and your soul might quiver at the sound of things that you would prefer to not believe, unfortunately philosophy is about analysis. What is considered as “over” is purely subjective and has no place here. It's an intellectual limitation, a censorship of the mind. And please stop thinking that just because you cannot deal with certain ideas and they would make you feel miserable if you believed in them, that all are as soft as you. I know people that feel enlivened by blood, especially their own, and feel more alive when in pain or under great discomfort. Then there are others that faint at the sight of blood and comfort is their only pleasure. Get it! The search does not end when comfort is found, nor is there any such thing as over-analysis. Exploration continues unending. It doesn’t stop at a point beyond which it is considered ‘over-exploration’, just because we fear that our delusions might shatter and our earlier ‘truths’ will be uncovered as frauds. If we fear what might be found around the bend then maybe we shouldn’t flatter ourselves by dressing up like explorers. Consider the alternative sub-forums of parapsychology and religion if you wish to remain enthralled by your need to think of yourself as special and your feminine desire to belong to benevolent, all encompassing, omnipotent entities. If happiness is your goal, then you have no place in intellectual exploration. Knitting might be more your thing.