Dark chocolate and exercise are supposed to help too. Pulling out all the stops. Still recovering.
Take good care of yourselves. Thanks for reading. Connie on Ko-fi
[Illustrated sketchbook page about how crying has pain relieving properties. Image 1 is a cartoon of a girl with a braid, holding a child-like heart in her arms. Caption reads, "I got into a bad argument the other day that was very painful and unresolvable. It caught me off guard." Image 2, she holds the heart tighter and has a look of comical concentration. Caption reads, "I heard that crying can have pain relieving properties though." Arrow indicates that she is "trying to cry." Image 3 is a close up of a large cartoon eye, welling up. An arrow indicates, "a single tear." Cartoon titled "Nature's Pain Reliever," by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]
I'm pulling weeds 30 minutes a day and walking 7500 steps when I can. That seems to help. I cry in the early morning a few tears before my wife waks up. That's all I seem to do.
My very best wishes for your relief.
Don't forget to use your artistic talent to continue merging beauty with wisdom. That will help you and your readers (me!).
I hear your pain, Connie. I can't cry more than a tear or two either, having been raised by parents whose response was "Stop crying or I'll give you a reason to cry." Couple of tears come out and then I start feeling like a fool.
I'm untidy by nature, but when I need an outlet I scrub kitchen surfaces and clean the fridge. Then a shower and I feel a bit better. And of course the rosary, which engages mind, body and spirit.
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