barn. Sunday , October 01st , 2017 - 21:25:32 PM
For the most part, the very old (over 65) and very young (under 10) handled the crisis better than others; the elderly with dignity and resignation and the kids played in the the clever, caring area established by community volunteers. If we had videotaped them in their space it would look like any normal school day. For many others, being on autopilot (simply going from moment to moment, thinking a little of the futureand hopefully,not so much the past) was an effective defense in the face of trauma.
For a perky butt: I love this "leave your chair twice" trick! Start to stand up, with heels digging into the ground to contract the butt and thigh muscles. But pause for a beat about three-quarter way through. Then sit back down, and finally stand up as you normally would. Do this every time you get out of your chair, and youll be doing calorie-burning squats without even breaking a sweat!
Even though this anger needs to get out now .. its heavy and pressing me down still takes my breath away .takes up too much space inside life is so unfair . and I feel like I cant do a thing. to get out of this situation . out of this mess . feels hopeless . and very sad. but I accept myself and my anger totally and completely
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