Well, if there is anybody in the world with decision anxiety then I have no qualms stating that I am one of them -- perhaps severely so. Even picking a restaurant and weighing the menu options of each can take over an hour, though that is typically only when going out to eat otherwise I'd be more concerned about that . Heck, it took me months to pick a pair of headphones because I wanted the best sound for the money. Then it comes to larger decisions. It took me six months to pick out my first car because of the reliability issues and different quirks of different models: I practically went through every model in my price range before deciding, which was time-consuming and even then I made sure I got it at my goal price and mileage which thankfully I did otherwise I may have went crazy . Now that I'm in the market again I keep going back and forth between cars, then once I think I've decided the other option suddenly sounds better. I think I've made a firm decision however, and now I'm just deciding which specific model of the vehicle to get as they all have their pros and cons. To be frank I've managed to turn buying a new vehicle into a broader issue of whether I'll be moving or whether it'd be money better-spent on travel. Don't tell my future wife but I am terrible with commitment (hopefully she'll be a sure enough decision in my mind, if so she's lucky .) Let's go even broader: there are simply too many choices of where I could be living and what I could be doing that to be candid with the forum I resort to going the path of non-decisiveness and letting life take its course, which as many may know doesn't lead far. But if it takes me months to pick a car, I would not be surprised if it takes me years to pick the most suitable place to live or college to attend.