Yes. If there are no problems my life gets boring, so yes, I usually and mostly unconsciously take even the simplest conversation and overthink that into a problem.
And when there is a problem (even if it is a fake one) I start making up hypothesis and what ifs and I end up sabotaging my every relationship.
A tout asservie,
J'ai perdu ma vie.
Ah ! Que le temps vienne
Où les coeurs s'éprennent.
Yeah, my days eventually starts feeling kind of 'boring' when there are 'no' problems - so I tend to bring problems onto myself by thinking them, some times - particularly when it's thinking about something I really want, or someone I really want to be with... and then, the steering wheel goes back to normal, and I do it again.
... But that can be overcome with with prayer - in my instance, and (generally) keeping yourself busy.
Only damn problem with that is, imagine I actually do get what I want, or get to be with someone I like to be with... that moment of joy always seems to make me feel a little tardy, too.
"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray