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  • Stress management & relaxation techniques
     OP - December 25, 2011, 12:24 AM

    (Yes, before anyone asks, masturbation is usually a fantastic, reliable and effective relaxation technique.)

    Now that that's out of the way...


    Share any relaxation and stress management techniques in this thread....

    "Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused."
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #1 - December 25, 2011, 12:26 AM

    Reduce Tension with Progressive Muscle Relaxation
    By Elizabeth Scott, M.S., About.com Guide
    September 24, 2008

    Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) is a great technique for reducing overall body tension. As you practice tensing and relaxing all the muscle groups in your body, you can move to a shortened procedure, Deep Muscle Relaxation where you rapidly relax your whole body. As you reduce the tension you carry in your body, your whole being will feel less stress and you will enjoy increased physical and emotional health.

    Here’s how to get started:
    Difficulty: Easy
    Time Required: 5 Minutes

    What You Need:
    *A comfortable place.
    *Some privacy.
    *A few minutes.

    Here's How:
    *After finding a quiet place and several free minutes to practice progressive muscle relaxation, sit or lie down and make yourself comfortable.
    *Begin by tensing all the muscles in your face. Make a tight grimace, close your eyes as tightly as possible, clench your teeth, even move your ears up if you can. Hold this for the count of eight as you inhale.
    *Now exhale and relax completely. Let your face go completely lax, as though you were sleeping. Feel the tension seep from your facial muscles, and enjoy the feeling.
    *Next, completely tense your neck and shoulders, again inhaling and counting to eight. *Then exhale and relax.

    Continue down your body, repeating the procedure with the following muscle groups:
    *chest
    *abdomen
    *entire right arm
    *right forearm and hand (making a fist)
    *right hand
    *entire left arm
    *left forearm and hand (again, making a fist)
    *left hand
    *buttocks
    *entire right leg
    *lower right leg and foot
    *right foot
    *entire left leg
    *lower left leg and foot
    *left foot

    for the shortened version, which includes just four main muscle groups:
    *face
    *neck, shoulders and arms
    *abdomen and chest
    *buttocks, legs and feet

    Quickly focusing on each group one after the other, with practice you can relax your body like ‘liquid relaxation’ poured on your head and it flowed down and completely covered you. You can use progressive muscle relaxation to quickly de-stress any time.


    "Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused."
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #2 - December 25, 2011, 12:34 AM

    Booze, sedative or narcotic drugs, exercise, sex, punching/breaking stuff, not giving a fuck.

    fuck you
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #3 - December 25, 2011, 12:39 AM

    smoke weed every day

    srs response, it's helped me in my midterms and finals when i was all OSHIT NOT BEEN TO ANY LECTURES I DUN KNO SHIT then i got firsts in all my exams
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #4 - December 25, 2011, 12:40 AM

    Various physical, cognitive, perceptual and other Strategies For Stress Management

    "Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused."
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #5 - December 25, 2011, 12:50 AM

    30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself

    1. Stop spending time with the wrong people. – Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you.  If someone wants you in their life, they’ll make room for you.  You shouldn’t have to fight for a spot.  Never, ever insist yourself to someone who continuously overlooks your worth.  And remember, it’s not the people that stand by your side when you’re at your best, but the ones who stand beside you when you’re at your worst that are your true friends.

    2. Stop running from your problems. – Face them head on.  No, it won’t be easy.  There is no person in the world capable of flawlessly handling every punch thrown at them.  We aren’t supposed to be able to instantly solve problems.  That’s not how we’re made.  In fact, we’re made to get upset, sad, hurt, stumble and fall.  Because that’s the whole purpose of living – to face problems, learn, adapt, and solve them over the course of time.  This is what ultimately molds us into the person we become.

    3. Stop lying to yourself. – You can lie to anyone else in the world, but you can’t lie to yourself.  Our lives improve only when we take chances, and the first and most difficult chance we can take is to be honest with ourselves.

    4. Stop putting your own needs on the back burner. – The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much, and forgetting that you are special too.  Yes, help others; but help yourself too.  If there was ever a moment to follow your passion and do something that matters to you, that moment is now.

    5. Stop trying to be someone you’re not. – One of the greatest challenges in life is being yourself in a world that’s trying to make you like everyone else.  Someone will always be prettier, someone will always be smarter, someone will always be younger, but they will never be you.  Don’t change so people will like you.  Be yourself and the right people will love the real you.

    6. Stop trying to hold onto the past. – You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading your last one.

    7. Stop being scared to make a mistake. – Doing something and getting it wrong is at least ten times more productive than doing nothing.  Every success has a trail of failures behind it, and every failure is leading towards success.  You end up regretting the things you did NOT do far more than the things you did.

    8. Stop berating yourself for old mistakes. – We may love the wrong person and cry about the wrong things, but no matter how things go wrong, one thing is for sure, mistakes help us find the person and things that are right for us.  We all make mistakes, have struggles, and even regret things in our past.  But you are not your mistakes, you are not your struggles, and you are here NOW with the power to shape your day and your future.  Every single thing that has ever happened in your life is preparing you for a moment that is yet to come.

    9. Stop trying to buy happiness. – Many of the things we desire are expensive.  But the truth is, the things that really satisfy us are totally free – love, laughter and working on our passions.

    10. Stop exclusively looking to others for happiness. – If you’re not happy with who you are on the inside, you won’t be happy in a long-term relationship with anyone else either.  You have to create stability in your own life first before you can share it with someone else.

    11. Stop being idle. – Don’t think too much or you’ll create a problem that wasn’t even there in the first place.  Evaluate situations and take decisive action.  You cannot change what you refuse to confront.  Making progress involves risk.  Period!  You can’t make it to second base with your foot on first.

    12. Stop thinking you’re not ready. – Nobody ever feels 100% ready when an opportunity arises.  Because most great opportunities in life force us to grow beyond our comfort zones, which means we won’t feel totally comfortable at first.

    13. Stop getting involved in relationships for the wrong reasons. – Relationships must be chosen wisely.  It’s better to be alone than to be in bad company.  There’s no need to rush.  If something is meant to be, it will happen – in the right time, with the right person, and for the best reason. Fall in love when you’re ready, not when you’re lonely.

    14. Stop rejecting new relationships just because old ones didn’t work. – In life you’ll realize that there is a purpose for everyone you meet.  Some will test you, some will use you and some will teach you.  But most importantly, some will bring out the best in you.

    15. Stop trying to compete against everyone else. – Don’t worry about what others doing better than you.  Concentrate on beating your own records every day.  Success is a battle between YOU and YOURSELF only.

    16. Stop being jealous of others. – Jealousy is the art of counting someone else’s blessings instead of your own.  Ask yourself this:  “What’s something I have that everyone wants?”

    17. Stop complaining and feeling sorry for yourself. – Life’s curveballs are thrown for a reason – to shift your path in a direction that is meant for you.  You may not see or understand everything the moment it happens, and it may be tough.  But reflect back on those negative curveballs thrown at you in the past.  You’ll often see that eventually they led you to a better place, person, state of mind, or situation.  So smile!  Let everyone know that today you are a lot stronger than you were yesterday, and you will be.

    18. Stop holding grudges. – Don’t live your life with hate in your heart.  You will end up hurting yourself more than the people you hate.  Forgiveness is not saying, “What you did to me is okay.”  It is saying, “I’m not going to let what you did to me ruin my happiness forever.”  Forgiveness is the answer… let go, find peace, liberate yourself!  And remember, forgiveness is not just for other people, it’s for you too.  If you must, forgive yourself, move on and try to do better next time.

    19. Stop letting others bring you down to their level. – Refuse to lower your standards to accommodate those who refuse to raise theirs.

    20. Stop wasting time explaining yourself to others. – Your friends don’t need it and your enemies won’t believe it anyway.  Just do what you know in your heart is right.

    21. Stop doing the same things over and over without taking a break. – The time to take a deep breath is when you don’t have time for it.  If you keep doing what you’re doing, you’ll keep getting what you’re getting.  Sometimes you need to distance yourself to see things clearly.

    22. Stop overlooking the beauty of small moments. – Enjoy the little things, because one day you may look back and discover they were the big things.  The best portion of your life will be the small, nameless moments you spend smiling with someone who matters to you.

    23. Stop trying to make things perfect. – The real world doesn’t reward perfectionists, it rewards people who get things done.

    24. Stop following the path of least resistance. – Life is not easy, especially when you plan on achieving something worthwhile.  Don’t take the easy way out.  Do something extraordinary.

    25. Stop acting like everything is fine if it isn’t. – It’s okay to fall apart for a little while.  You don’t always have to pretend to be strong, and there is no need to constantly prove that everything is going well.  You shouldn’t be concerned with what other people are thinking either – cry if you need to – it’s healthy to shed your tears.  The sooner you do, the sooner you will be able to smile again.

    26. Stop blaming others for your troubles. – The extent to which you can achieve your dreams depends on the extent to which you take responsibility for your life.  When you blame others for what you’re going through, you deny responsibility – you give others power over that part of your life.

    27. Stop trying to be everything to everyone. – Doing so is impossible, and trying will only burn you out.  But making one person smile CAN change the world.  Maybe not the whole world, but their world.  So narrow your focus.

    28. Stop worrying so much. – Worry will not strip tomorrow of its burdens, it will strip today of its joy.  One way to check if something is worth mulling over is to ask yourself this question: “Will this matter in one year’s time?  Three years?  Five years?”  If not, then it’s not worth worrying about.

    29. Stop focusing on what you don’t want to happen. – Focus on what you do want to happen.  Positive thinking is at the forefront of every great success story.  If you awake every morning with the thought that something wonderful will happen in your life today, and you pay close attention, you’ll often find that you’re right.

    30. Stop being ungrateful. – No matter how good or bad you have it, wake up each day thankful for your life.  Someone somewhere else is desperately fighting for theirs.  Instead of thinking about what you’re missing, try thinking about what you have that everyone else is missing.

    Source

    "Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused."
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #6 - December 26, 2011, 01:21 AM

    It's like that list was made for me!  wacko

    "I know where I'm going and I know the truth, and I don't have to be what you want me to be. I'm free to be what I want."
    Muhammad Ali
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #7 - March 21, 2012, 12:38 PM

    thanks, I'll bookmark this
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #8 - March 21, 2012, 12:49 PM

    This works for me...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXKIGk8Zuuc

  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #9 - March 21, 2012, 06:04 PM

    How did i miss this thread, anyway im going to bookmark this good thread on my phone browser.

    smoke weed every day

    srs response, it's helped me in my midterms and finals when i was all OSHIT NOT BEEN TO ANY LECTURES I DUN KNO SHIT then i got firsts in all my exams


    I can almost agree to this, especially early morning if i wake up in a bad mood and feel lazy, few puffs does the trick.

    Warning: its not something i would recommend everyone to do so since people have different reaction to it. You may make things worse for yourself

    "I'm standing here like an asshole holding my Charles Dickens"
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #10 - April 03, 2012, 07:19 AM

    link spelunker-ed from alif lam meem post.

    www.oprah.com/spirit/Your-Best-Life-Is-Waiting-by-Martha-Beck

      10 Life Lessons You Should Unlearn
    By Martha Beck

    Quote
    In the past 10 years, I've realized that our culture is rife with ideas that actually inhibit joy. Here are some of the things I'm most grateful to have unlearned:

    1. Problems are bad.  
    You spent your school years solving arbitrary problems imposed by boring authority figures. You learned that problems—comment se dit?—suck. But people without real problems go mad and invent things like base jumping and wedding planning. Real problems are wonderful, each carrying the seeds of its own solution. Job burnout? It's steering you toward your perfect career. An awful relationship? It's teaching you what love means. Confusing tax forms? They're suggesting you hire an accountant, so you can focus on more interesting tasks, such as flossing. Finding the solution to each problem is what gives life its gusto.

    2. It's important to stay happy.  
    Solving a knotty problem can help us be happy, but we don't have to be happy to feel good. If that sounds crazy, try this: Focus on something that makes you miserable. Then think, "I must stay happy!" Stressful, isn't it? Now say, "It's okay to be as sad as I need to be." This kind of permission to feel as we feel—not continuous happiness—is the foundation of well-being.

    3. I'm irreparably damaged by my past.  
    Painful events leave scars, true, but it turns out they're largely erasable. Jill Bolte Taylor, the neuroanatomist who had a stroke that obliterated her memory, described the event as losing "37 years of emotional baggage." Taylor rebuilt her own brain, minus the drama. Now it appears we can all effect a similar shift, without having to endure a brain hemorrhage. The very thing you're doing at this moment—questioning habitual thoughts—is enough to begin off-loading old patterns. For example, take an issue that's been worrying you ("I've got to work harder!") and think of three reasons that belief may be wrong. Your brain will begin to let it go. Taylor found this thought-loss euphoric. You will, too.

    4. Working hard leads to success.  
    Baby mammals, including humans, learn by playing, which is why "the battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton." Boys who'd spent years strategizing for fun gained instinctive skills to handle real-world situations. So play as you did in childhood, with all-out absorption. Watch for ways your childhood playing skills can solve a problem (see #1). Play, not work, is the key to success. While we're on the subject...

    5. Success is the opposite of failure. Fact:
    From quitting smoking to skiing, we succeed to the degree we try, fail, and learn. Studies show that people who worry about mistakes shut down, but those who are relaxed about doing badly soon learn to do well. Success is built on failure.

    6. It matters what people think of me.
    "But if I fail," you may protest, "people will think badly of me!" This dreaded fate causes despair, suicide, homicide. I realized this when I read blatant lies about myself on the Internet. When I bewailed this to a friend, she said, "Wow, you have some painful fantasies about other people's fantasies about you." Yup, my anguish came from my hypothesis that other people's hypothetical hypotheses about me mattered. Ridiculous! Right now, imagine what you'd do if it absolutely didn't matter what people thought of you. Got it? Good. Never go back.

    7. We should think rationally about our decisions.
    Your rational capacities are far newer and more error-prone than your deeper, "animal" brain. Often complex problems are best solved by thinking like an animal. Consider a choice you have to make—anything from which movie to see to which house to buy. Instead of weighing pros and cons intellectually, notice your physical response to each option. Pay attention to when your body tenses or relaxes. And speaking of bodies...

    8. The pretty girls get all the good stuff.
    Oh, God. So not true. I unlearned this after years of coaching beautiful clients. Yes, these lovelies get preferential treatment in most life scenarios, but there's a catch: While everyone's looking at them, virtually no one sees them. Almost every gorgeous client had a husband who'd married her breasts and jawline without ever noticing her soul.

    9. If all my wishes came true right now, life would be perfect.  
    Check it out: People who have what you want are all over rehab clinics, divorce courts, and jails. That's because good fortune has side effects, just like medications advertised on TV. Basically, any external thing we depend on to make us feel good has the power to make us feel bad. Weirdly, when you've stopped depending on tangible rewards, they often materialize. To attract something you want, become as joyful as you think that thing would make you. The joy, not the thing, is the point.

    10. Loss is terrible.  
    Ten years ago I still feared loss enough to abandon myself in order to keep things stable. I'd smile when I was sad, pretend to like people who appalled me. What I now know is that losses aren't cataclysmic if they teach the heart and soul their natural cycle of breaking and healing. A real tragedy? That's the loss of the heart and soul themselves. If you've abandoned yourself in the effort to keep anyone or anything else, unlearn that pattern. Live your truth, losses be damned. Just like that, your heart and soul will return home.



     7. ...... notice your physical response to each option. Pay attention to when your body tenses or relaxes. And speaking of bodies...  

    Huh?
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #11 - April 03, 2012, 08:27 AM

    smoke weed every day

    srs response, it's helped me in my midterms and finals when i was all OSHIT NOT BEEN TO ANY LECTURES I DUN KNO SHIT then i got firsts in all my exams


    Yes, and don't worry about the paranoia.  It's manageable:    Cheesy


    "I came into the world imbued with the will to find a meaning in things, my spirit filled with the desire to attain to the source of the world, and then I found that I was an object in the midst of other objects" - Fanon
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #12 - April 03, 2012, 07:26 PM

    I de-stress by going to the pond with my friend and go fishing.
    Its VERY relaxing, beautiful scenery, and we can chat and laugh
    or just enjoy sitting quietly together, waiting on the big one to
    bite!  Smiley  Our philosophy is even if we dont catch anything, that
    we just fed them and they will be even bigger next time around.

    When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.
    Helen Keller
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #13 - April 04, 2012, 03:16 AM

    I destress (as much as I can, at least) by watching a movie, crying, then sleeping. Tongue



    ...seriously.

    Life is what happens to you while you're staring at your smartphone.

    Eternal Sunshine of the Religionless Mind
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #14 - April 04, 2012, 06:27 AM

    Yes, and don't worry about the paranoia.  It's manageable:    Cheesy




    Hahahah I logged in here just to say to you Berbs that I do the same thing.

    I mean, done. I have done the same thing. I don't leave the sticky paper on there permanently, no..  cool2

    And allat I love you. You've reminded me I need to have an orgasm today.  Tongue

    Ok, and that list is pretty spectacular. I want to hang up every sentence around my room and my brain walls so I can see them everyday.
    This is one that stands out to me-

    Quote
    8. Stop berating yourself for old mistakes. – We may love the wrong person and cry about the wrong things, but no matter how things go wrong, one thing is for sure, mistakes help us find the person and things that are right for us.  We all make mistakes, have struggles, and even regret things in our past.  But you are not your mistakes, you are not your struggles, and you are here NOW with the power to shape your day and your future.  Every single thing that has ever happened in your life is preparing you for a moment that is yet to come.


    Although it gets kind of cheesy towards the end. Grin

    Rather be forgotten than remembered for giving in.
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #15 - April 06, 2012, 10:35 AM

    Making love, music, martial arts, meditation, mushrooms. The Five Fold Path.

    Too fucking busy, and vice versa.
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #16 - April 06, 2012, 02:49 PM

    Booze, sedative or narcotic drugs, exercise, sex, punching/breaking stuff, not giving a fuck.


    +1
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #17 - April 06, 2012, 04:14 PM

    sex, music, masturbation, hobbies, going out for a drink, chatting up girls flirting. Paltalk, netflix watching all the seasons of mythbusters, and red dwarf, stand up comedy. But the best is sleep, sleeping. Sleep just before you have an exam walk up when you have like 15 minutes left, somehow that makes me really relaxed it takes away anxiety, its because your dopamine levels get topped up while sleeping. So sleep is good. 
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #18 - April 06, 2012, 08:09 PM

    Because your webcam is better than mine?  Grin

    Because mine has no light.  When I am using it there is no visible sign that it is on aside from my mug staring back at me.


    Get a Mac. Baaaaah. Tongue

    Sorry, I have nothing more to contribute to this thread, as I am ever high strung.

    Life is what happens to you while you're staring at your smartphone.

    Eternal Sunshine of the Religionless Mind
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #19 - April 07, 2012, 03:59 AM

    sress management,

    buy more sexbot.
    planning on getting out of my parent house
    listening to music
    watch movie
    read manga
    login to cemb
    take a look in 'stress management" thread, avoid 'rapes jokes' and 'chat room' thread.
    turn off my phone autocorrect function.
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #20 - April 07, 2012, 07:40 AM


    take a look in 'stress management" thread, avoid 'rapes jokes' and 'chat room' thread.



    Grin

    "I came into the world imbued with the will to find a meaning in things, my spirit filled with the desire to attain to the source of the world, and then I found that I was an object in the midst of other objects" - Fanon
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #21 - April 07, 2012, 09:02 AM

    Watching shitty sitcoms helps calm me down, especially ones where nothing goes wrong. We actually have a big thing for romcoms and lame comedies in our house because they are the one place in life without any real problems and where everything has a resolution in the end.

    "Nobody who lived through the '50s thought the '60s could've existed. So there's always hope."-Tuli Kupferberg

    What apple stores are like.....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8QmZWv-eBI
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #22 - April 07, 2012, 01:35 PM

    getting outside in the fresh air, taking a long walk, doing something physically tiring
    just changing the routine and doing something different, something fun or something I've been or wanting to do for a while, something just for me
    switching off and getting some good sleep; things always seem less stressful in the morning after a good night's rest
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #23 - June 15, 2012, 07:04 PM

    Good thread  Afro

    "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." - Viktor E. Frankl

    'Life is just the extreme expression of complex chemistry' - Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #24 - June 15, 2012, 07:10 PM

    Allat's fourth post reminds me of this:

    Cheesy

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow0lr63y4Mw

    "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." - Viktor E. Frankl

    'Life is just the extreme expression of complex chemistry' - Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #25 - June 15, 2012, 07:13 PM

    .

    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away." - Philip K. Dick

    Join the chat! #ex-muslims | The Chat Thread

    You need to read this book.
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #26 - June 15, 2012, 07:21 PM

    Stress management tip:

    Don't stress yourself out by thinking into things too much (Tongue something I'm quite guilty of doing a lot), take things more at face value, by trusting people's good intent.

    "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." - Viktor E. Frankl

    'Life is just the extreme expression of complex chemistry' - Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #27 - June 15, 2012, 07:34 PM

    Stress management tip:

    Slow down. You don't have to react immediately, as the quote in my sig says, there is a space, but to fully utilize that space I think you need to slow down.

    (Tip produced through conversing with Godot grin12 )

    "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." - Viktor E. Frankl

    'Life is just the extreme expression of complex chemistry' - Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #28 - June 15, 2012, 07:53 PM

    Stress management tip:

    Prioritize even your thoughts. Don't let the small and insignificant thoughts linger in your mind, especially anything with negativity to it. Let them come and pass like water flowing, no need to weigh yourself down by creating a dam.

    "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." - Viktor E. Frankl

    'Life is just the extreme expression of complex chemistry' - Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Re: Stress management & relaxation techniques
     Reply #29 - June 15, 2012, 07:53 PM

    .

    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away." - Philip K. Dick

    Join the chat! #ex-muslims | The Chat Thread

    You need to read this book.
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