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Day 10 Where I am at the moment...

Discussion in 'Structured Educational Program' started by Rubineo, Jul 2, 2015.

  1. Rubineo

    Rubineo New Member

    Hello!

    The last days I had some good experiences - and also bad ones. After a hard exercise day I had a complete relapse with a lot of symptoms, where I´m looking for an explanation at the moment. Please refer to my thread in the support forum...

    http://www.tmswiki.org/forum/threads/doubts.8548/

    Concerning an Aha-moment: I recognized, that I am from time to time able to relax - don´t laugh, that was no more possible for me. I was always on the run and felt always in danger. During relaxed phases I experience more or less ZERO symptoms. Unfortunately that lasts only until the next morning - and this really disappoints me again and again.

    I find journaling helpful - though it seems to open more than it closes in the end. Each time I write about one of my topics I find three new ones...that feels a little bit like hunting the white elephant.

    Christian
     
  2. Walt Oleksy

    Walt Oleksy Beloved Grand Eagle

    Journaling can be frustrating, knowing if we have found the main emotional cause of our TMS or the lesser ones.
    It really is hunting the white elephant. Just don't spend too much time on it each day. Fifteen minutes or half an hour is enough.

    I seldom find any reason to laugh. I just laugh... I pretend there is something to laugh about, or just laugh at how crazy the world is and many or most people in it today. How stupid so many people are, from a neighbor to the politicians and the greedy.

    Sometimes, just a smile starts me off to laughing. I don't laugh long, but it seems to help.
     

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