Me during a strong pullback I have a bad habit of looking at every single candle and over analyzing it. So now, if the premise is good I set my stop loss and exit order and go chill and listen for the order to be filled. I occasionally come back to trail my stop loss on major HH's and LL's and right before the end of the trading day if I hear nothing in order to close the trade out before the day ends. This works much better for me than scaring myself out of profitable trades because I overanalyzed a pullback as some sort of major reversal. If my premise is sound and my stops and exits are properly placed then I need to trust them. If I find it going wrong too much I can revisit my strategy to find out where I'm going wrong. But letting the boogeyman scare me out of profitable trades is a huge leak, and this was a good way to fix it.