Positive thinking.... that is a major component to my pain class. I've often thought about how sometimes I check in too much, know what i mean? I ask "how are you doing?" and i quickly scan my body for tight spots. It's kind of a not so positive way to talk to myself. I learned that negative thinking causes stress (duh) but also causes tension (double duh) and then the pain appears worse (triple duh)-I KNOW THIS!! so why do i find it so hard to do the opposite and just be or instead of trying to find the pain or scan myself for pain spots, why don't i just think things that make me laugh or tell myself positive things? Why is it so hard???? Here I am talking to all of you and sounding Negative. Doesn't that fucking suck? lol. So this is my day 1 of trying to be more positive. So far my only mantra for when my brain begins to drift away are the words "positive thoughts". Laugh if you want, but it's distracting and strangely it makes me feel better. I can't stress too much that I don't have it down..because it's only day 1. So POSITIVE THOUGHTS Y'ALL.
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I have friday off! yahooo. I am so stoked. 4 days off for this girl!
Positive Doggy Story of the day:
Today I share a story and a link to the video of a news report of Titan, the pitbull, who alerted his "dad" that his "mom" was injured. This story warmed my heart, because he was awarded a medal for his heroism. Thank you Titan.
Here's the link to the video
alrighty all, have a wonderful rest of the day!!!