one of those days? weeks? months?

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one of those days? weeks? months?

Post by RifleDiva » Thu Apr 08, 2004 12:39 am

You know what I mean, when stuff kind of just falls apart. It’s been one of those weeks for me. And that's when I am so thankful for guard. It’s the one place I have control where I can forget my problems and blow off steam. It’s therapy in a weird sort of way I guess. Anybody else feel that way?

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Post by cggirl353 » Thu Apr 08, 2004 6:14 am

I am so proud of you! Some people let their personal lives affect their rehearsals/performances. I know it has happened to me. I try not to let things get to me but sometimes letting out a good cry makes you feel so much better. Maybe a good cry would be good for you? Just let out all the stress and drama of life roll down your cheeks.

That's a little of my therapy. It makes me feel better. It's like taking weight off of your shoulders.

Feel better.

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can relate

Post by LHScg » Thu Apr 08, 2004 1:33 pm

completely, going to guard is just way to escpape becuase were suppose to leave our troubles at the door and its like yay for three hours i dont have to worry about anything but perfoming and catching and having fun with my gaurd chicas!

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