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Re: Distress tolerance Daisym

Posted by Dinah on August 13, 2009, at 11:44:30

In reply to Re: Distress tolerance, posted by Daisym on August 13, 2009, at 0:32:54

Projecting forward might be sort of like what seldomseen was saying? Giving perspective?

Kath has been talking about tapping. Is there any special sequence?

I try all the time to remind my son about breathing, but I rarely do it myself. Well, that's likely not true. I do it but I don't *just* do it. It's part of a whole stilling of my body.

Jazz and Country. That's an intriguing combination. :) I probably ought to start listening to music again. I have playlists of sad and happy music. I could probably put together some other emotions too. I really like listening to melancholy music when I'm sad. Not to wallow in it or intensify the mood, but to coalesce the feelings so that I can express them and ease them. I have a very vivid memory of holding one of my dogs, and stroking her very silky hair, with the warm weight of her body against my chest, and listening to "No More Tears in Heaven" and sobbing about really nothing in particular during my postpartum period.




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