Coping techniques

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I wrote last week about my meltdowns. Today I want to discuss my coping techniques and not all of them involve Suki tea. Although it is one of my best ways to relax in a big teapot of lemon tea.

  1. I write in my big black book. I have a black journal I keep for writing down all my bad emotions so that I can talk them through with someone when I am ready and calm enough to do so.
  2. I drink inordinate amounts of tea. Now I don’t recommend keeping a kettle upstairs but seeing as that’s where my office is. I have a kettle and my teapot on standby all the time ready to brew whenever I really need to decompress.
  3. I sing and dance like no one can see me nor hear me. Yep, all those teenybopper tunes the ones the, me behind JOAG says she hates to…

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3 thoughts on “Coping techniques

  1. I drink a lot of tea to calm me down. My favorite is lemon ginger or chai spice. I sing. Journal, take lavender baths (essential oil in bath water) and do adobe photoshop with my camera.

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    1. I do love drinking tea – I also agree it’s quite a calming thing to drink 🙂 ooh I might have to try lemon ginger! It’s great that you sing and I love to draw and take long baths too 🙂 ah that’s lovely that you also enjoy photography too! Lovely that you are so creative and use them as coping mechanisms.


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