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    heatherthesharer posted:
    Like the rest of the world don't get it and things are so freaking out of place and you want to give up...but i have learned that if you just take 2 seconds to deep breathe a couple times, it all relaxes you and calms you, and you can start over with a clearer thought. just some food for thought.love everyone::::heather
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    bpcookie responded:
    Heather, thank you for that. You seem like a very kind person.
     
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    margaroo replied to bpcookie's response:
    Heather,

    I use relaxation breathing for pain, but my head usually is not clear to do it when in a emotional stressful situation. I'll will work on taking that step back.

    Maggie
     
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    hope7951 replied to margaroo's response:
    I saw something good on "The Dr. OZ Show" He put a cold pak - something like frozen peas you might have handy on the back of the neck and then put a hot pak - a cloth bag of rice put in the microwave will work - on the chest. The two temperature work with each other to ease panic and sooth your nerves centers in you neck/spine as well as heart/lungs.


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