Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Rubberband Therapy

Recently I've learned about this "new" therapy program that's designed to help one eliminate stress and adjust to new situations in life.  NOTE: to get the most benefit from this new treatment you will need the following materials: 2 rubber bands.

Here's how it works:

First, place the 2 rubber bands on your wrists. Once said rubber bands are securely in place you are ready to move on to the 2nd step.

 Second, when you feel stressed by a situation - grab one of the rubber bands on your wrist and pull said rubber band away from the wrist creating a gap between the wrist and the rubber band.  This gap should represent the level of stress you are feeling at that moment - so a small irritation might only require you to gently pull said band away a mere 1/8", while a major freak attack might require you to stretch the band to it's limits.  Now that the band is stretched you are ready to move to step 3.

Third, release said rubber band and let it snap back!  Yes, at times this will be only a slight sting but other times this 3rd step may seem unbearable but trust me - the pain will be but a small moment and soon you will find that rubber band back in place on your wrist and life will go on as if nothing happened.

I like this therapy - first off - it's extremely affordable for everyone who is in need of such a treatment.  It's an easy reminder to be FLEXIBLE and to SNAP BACK when faced with a change or adjustment to things that you may be resisting.  While change or adjustments aren't easy to handle, they CAN be handled and will last only a small moment in the big picture.  The sooner you let go and allow yourself to snap back into place the sooner you'll be able to move on in your happy life.

Why am I telling you this?  Cause CTMH has recently caused some of us to stretch recently.   Some changes have come into place - some are WONDERFUL and are easy to handle no problem.  Others are requiring us to stretch out of our comfort zone, and like I said, that can be slightly painful at times, but I promise that if you will allow yourself to snap back you will find some wonderful things in store for you with these new changes.

My website: will be under going some changes very soon - and this is going to require me to move the calendar features and artwork to another place.  This is where you will now find this information.  I invite you to become a follower of this blog - and to come back and visit often as I will be updating this site several times a month with info and artwork that I hope will be useful to you.

May your personal rubber band therapy work wonders for you as it has for me!  Looking forward to seeing you back here again real soon!

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