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Originally Posted By: msbaby
Bella_Deanna, believe me; sometimes my golfing is VERY laughable, so I guess I kill two birds with one stone.


HA HA... so are you saying that watching you play golf would be an exercise in stress relief??? HA HA!

Actually, one of my girlfriends used to play golf, and when she'd talking about how nice it was outside, and how lovely the golf course was, I thought it sounded pretty great! A nice sport out in a beautiful setting! Sounds way more appealing than basketball or something like that (for me anyway).

I'm normally pretty regular with my exercise, but have gotten lazy over the last month. I can really see the difference in how I'm able to handle my stressers. I guess I best get myself back in the swing tomorrow!


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Laughing is really such great medicine! So many studies show that it makes the body physically healthier. Great advice, Deanne!!

Llyn - there was a scene in the Mists of Avaon TV miniseries of a woman spinning and it was SO restful and relaxing. I can just imagine how meditative that is.


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I was just thinking how sometimes I like to play "Bejeweled" to relax... but if I play too long, it actually stresses me out LOL. The same with Free Cell.

I notice too that when my kids play too much computer or video games, they get a bit amped too, and can't quite unwind from it. Must be all those images inputting in the brain with no energetic release.


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Exercising is definitely my stress reliever! But I totally agree with laughing, though when I'm the most stressed the last thing I want to do is laugh!!!


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As for games, I'm a Pogo.com girl. I find it's a great tool for taking my mind off stuff. It also helps to build eye co-ordination and other mental applications. grin

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I go pound on the piano. The more aggressive the piece the better. My husband knows that when he hears "Hungarian" by Edward Macdowell, just to send all children running, and not even try to get in my way or ask questions.

It is the musical equivelent of slinging an axw at a chord of wood. And if I d not finish that song with perfection, I will just keep going and going, until it is etierh perfect - or my finergs cramp so badly they can't move.


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oh, i wish i could do that michelle. what a gift!

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oh Michelle, I do that too! In fact, I wrote 5 new songs in the last month because I've been so stressed!


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You can go out to the park and have long walks to destress. You can even got o the beach if there's one nearby and simply hang out with family or friends. Just having a little 'vacation' off your job will help you destress. smile

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Work usually stresses me out because it's always so busy. So sometimes when I send e-mails out I'll put positivefeedack@careerbuilder.com in the BCC line and then it will return a positive/motivational message. Makes me feel smile for a moment and feel better smile


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