Getting a spine Tracy Rosen | March 18, 2010 My back is hurting. It always hurts when I’m thinking of important things. Things I am passionate about. Things that I need to speak out about. I need to get a spine. More on that later.
Mine is always my neck. Football pretty much destroyed it and it hurts most days. But, when I am really stressing, wow.
Hope you are on track again soon.
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Thanks Dave. I will be :)
When I think on matters I consider important, there often comes a feeling of stress. When I’m aware of it coming to being that often helps reduce its physiological impact. But sometimes I get so caught up in the matter that it takes a toll on the body.
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Yes, and yes.
Thanks for dropping by, Peter. I haven’t visited your blog in too long. Off to do that now.
Oh, I empathize. I just found mine this week. And my back actually hurt until I did. Best of luck!
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I have a feeling I’d love to hear that story…
That’s a pretty rocking spine, though, no messing with that backbone!
My GI tract and head retaliate when I am feeling similarly, Tracy. The human body is an incredible machine, isn’t it? If we’d only listen to it more often…
No kidding! It’s first remembering to listen to it but then acting on what it’s telling me, that’s hard too.
.-= Tracy Rosen´s last blog ..Getting a spine =-.
I hope you find comfort in your decisions, and therefore, in your back. And I hope your spine doesn’t grow like that one in the image, Tracy.
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