Thread: My Stroke
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Old 12-08-2012, 06:31 AM   #21
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Re: My Stroke

Sure makes me happy to bring smiles and laughter which send out good hormones throughout our body.

Yet my newly awakened right brain (asleep most of my life) wants to put forth a cautionary note. Tell Boss off as much as you like in your car or walking or ranting at him wherever no-one is around. But in his presence, right brain tells me, we must tread cautiously with those who have power over us. This makes sense. We are grand experts at keeping cool and calm. What the heck, our very existence depends on it.

It is wonderful to come here, complain, criticize, blame, fault however we want to. We also strengthen our resolve, our hope, our optimism, our courage, as Mulchie says. The fact that we can think, speak, understand, see, hear, feel, swallow, breathe, digest, eliminate, wash, dress, move.....is there much better?

 
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