Stress Comes in Many Forms

Brain Teaser:
What do you throw out when you want to use it but take in when you don’t want to use it?
(answer below)

Double Acrostic: Brain

brazen       is         the        barb
razing synapses through fear
answers    adhere     to    data
indifferent      to     the     alibi
needling    at    the   unknown

The stress free life of a nomad
That’s how life should be
Until you take a moment to realise
You can be arrested for where you pee

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You are a living, breathing human being

Stress is not managed,

it is in a constant state of flux

Brain Facts:
The human brain will grow three times its size in the first year of life. It continues to grow until you’re about 18 years old.

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28 thoughts on “Stress Comes in Many Forms

  1. Nicely done acrostic. 😂 at disclaimer on the online anger mgnt. Classes. Oh man the brains logic shuts down at 18 and doesn’t start up till 30, we’ll for most part 😉💙 loved them all, twisty!

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    1. Thank you. I honestly believe there isn’t a person alive who lives without some form of stress or stress triggers, calling out you Buddha.
      The parenting books I’ve read say logical reasoning develops around 4. I have a few parent friends who would say logic doesn’t take root until 30 😂 I like your idea of a logic window, Blue Eyes Logical Paradigm 👍💚

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  2. Oh this is a tough one. Great post. That is why it is difficult to see children starving in many poor countries as without a proper diet many children grow up with brain deficits. Not trying to be a downer but your post reminds me of how fortunate I am that I was raised in a country where I was able to eat and develop my body and brain. Thank you for reminding me of this truth. Hugs 🤗 Joni

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    1. I couldn’t agree more. It’s omething that weighs on me more as I watch my own children grow and develop.
      I’m happy any time my nonsense manages to inspire deeper thought.
      Look after yourself Joni
      mouse 💚

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    1. Hey eden

      Thank you. I had a few Nietzsche style thoughts rolling around in the old head. I just dialed back from black to grey and gave it a little twist 😉

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    1. No harm in self development 😉
      It can be considered development to learn a truth, even if you can do nothing about it.
      We can enrol together whenever covid let’s me out the damn house😂💚

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    1. Thank you.
      I have twins. Born and raised the same way, they have developed into completely different people in only a few years.
      It’s an exciting progress to witness.
      I’m sure the brain still have a few tricks we have yet to unlock. Hoping I’m around to see it.

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