Noah (angelbob) wrote,
Noah
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This week, Brezsny says:

"You may have been born to be a worrywart," says Edward Hallowell in his book Worry: Controlling It and Using It Wisely. "Some people have a nervous system that is like an alarm system that goes off too easily." In my experience, only about eight percent of the Gemini tribe fit this description in normal times. But between late October and mid-November every year, the number zooms. Many of you suddenly act as if you're hard-wired to generate anxiety. You seem to enjoy scaring yourself silly. Why? What's going on? It's true that this is a favorable time to confront your doubts and fears. But the point is to conquer them, not let them consume and demoralize you. My advice, then, is to unleash your inner warrior immediately. Halloween costume suggestions: your favorite superhero or crusader for justice.

Huh. I've felt pretty anxiety-free lately. But I've also been doing fairly specific things to keep that happening, so maybe I just beat him on this one timing-wise. Not sure about the "crusader for justice" costume, though... I doubt it'd go well with the pirate motif :-)
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