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    ... Copious amounts of Music, and at times, very Loud music... oh, and books!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queen Kat View Post
    Write it down. Put it away.
    Focusing on writing is a good way to release when the flow is there. It's like a tide, I say the wackiest things some days as it is. What if the energy to write is gone. I could write endlessly when I'm able, part of me freezes, and when I'm lost I'm vacant and the flow is gone, whether positive or negative seems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FakePlasticAlice View Post
    Seems practicality ends where impracticality begins. ah life, these moments bequeathed with such energy, lest remembrance overwhelms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snuggletron View Post
    I whip my hair back n forth
    Does that clear the energy, imagines mow hawk ninja skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_World_As_Will View Post
    ... Copious amounts of Music, and at times, very Loud music... oh, and books!
    Thanks, music does help relax and remove stress. I want to start reading more too but have been distracted a lot. Though loud music wouldn't that eventually hurt our eardrums and then they become desensitized to noise. Not to sound like a pain there, I happy medium between amplification is a happy medium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synapse View Post
    Thanks, music does help relax and remove stress. I want to start reading more too but have been distracted a lot. Though loud music wouldn't that eventually hurt our eardrums and then they become desensitized to noise. Not to sound like a pain there, I happy medium between amplification is a happy medium.
    But losing your hearing is the fun part, you get to yell in a muffled voice, while you try to catch air and put an old oxygen tank to the side "you kids get off my lawn" ^_^ , but seriously, music does help, I wouldn't advocate wallowing in negative feelings but I think picking them apart is rather useful as well, sort of like the poor man's Cognitive Behavioural therapy. Life is definitely a balancing act. As for being distracted, heh, I know the feeling, maybe try to enjoy the distraction, take it as a relief from stress/the world, your own personal cave to resort to, but I don't know if that works for everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synapse View Post
    Focusing on writing is a good way to release when the flow is there. It's like a tide, I say the wackiest things some days as it is. What if the energy to write is gone. I could write endlessly when I'm able, part of me freezes, and when I'm lost I'm vacant and the flow is gone, whether positive or negative seems.
    Then write something different.
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    by getting busy living (as opposed to getting busy dying... thank you Shawshank Redemption!)... and not thinking about it too much!
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    ^ Carpe diem.

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    Photography, art, cute dogs, the very few close friends i have, my loving bf, escapism through movies & television shows, following my morals...and last but not least..weeeeed.
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