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Old 04-10-2013, 10:28 PM   #7
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I think everyone needs their own form of "escape". Usually some sort of "me" time can help you sort your issues out.

eg: SFW's, go for a run, go for a drive, hang out with family/friends, eat, even meditate, whatever helps you escape and calms you down.

Sometimes, my friends, bad things happen to good people (and good things happen to bad people)...if things that are happening are out of your control, don't sweat it. Do your best to roll with the punches, adapt, and move on.

I like to reflect on the things in my life that I'm thankful for, and to compare myself to people who have it so much worse than me...helps me get some perspective back.
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