International Panic Day

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International Panic Day

Post by Puca! » Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:19 am

https://www.checkiday.com/46fe895383a60 ... -panic-day
From this item: There are two ways to celebrate International Panic Day. On one hand you could use the day to panic about every little thing. But, most people believe the day should be used to do the exact opposite, and be used to focus on relaxing instead. As it is also International Picnic Day, you could ease the chances of coming down with a panic attack by having a nice relaxing picnic. It could be a day to focus on managing your overall anxiety and stress levels. Some ideas to relieve stress are to exercise, which can have added benefit if it is done in nature; enjoy the soothing scents of candles, incense, or essential oils; take a bubble bath or sit in a hot tub; get involved in a new creative activity which will take your mind off your stress; or tackle something head on that may have been causing you stress, while remembering that you can make progress.


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Re: International Panic Day

Post by Monkeyboy70 » Thu Jul 19, 2018 11:05 am

The headline made me panic a little bit. So. I think I'm good for the day :D

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Re: International Panic Day

Post by oneopinion » Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:29 pm

I’ve been shot at.
Pulled my grandson out of the deep side of the swimming hole.
Forced off a icy interstate with a blown tire.
Slid a 180 to face toward oncoming traffic on an icy hill.
Many other things

Can’t say I’ve ever panicked


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Re: International Panic Day

Post by Monkeyboy70 » Fri Jul 20, 2018 4:12 pm

oneopinion wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:29 pm
I’ve been shot at.
Pulled my grandson out of the deep side of the swimming hole.
Forced off a icy interstate with a blown tire.
Slid a 180 to face toward oncoming traffic on an icy hill.
Many other things

Can’t say I’ve ever panicked
I can say that I've been through many things also and don't remember panicking. I did once seventeen years ago have to go to the hospital for what they diagnosed as a stress induced panic attack. It felt like I was having a heart attack. Strange thing though. I don't remember being under any unusual stress.

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