Monday, February 13, 2012

Stress Relief Idea #27

When feeling stressed, most people tend to breathe in short, shallow breaths. When you breathe like this, stale air is not expelled, oxidation of the tissues is incomplete and muscle tension frequently results. Check your breathing throughout the day and before, during and after high pressure situations. If you find your stomach muscles are knotted and your breathing is shallow, relax all your muscles and take several deep, slow breaths. Note how, when you're relaxed, both your abdomen and chest expand when you breathe.


Thankfulness Challenge and Joy Dare

Today, I am Thankful for :

50. Praying with people at communion
51. A wonderful Valentine's brunch with 150 ladies.
52. The life and gift of Whitney Houston. May she get the peace that eluded her in life.

copyright 2012 by Kathy Robbins

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