Taking a break seems like it should be such an easy thing to do. You just… do that thing that makes you feel relaxed, right? But it’s not always that easy. That thing that makes you relaxed might not be accessible, you might be feeling too down to do it, or you might simply not know what that thing is supposed to be. Well, I struggle to figure out how to relax sometimes too, and that’s what this episode is about. Listen to this week’s episode, where I talk about what relaxing is to me, the stress of not being able to relax when you need to, and I attempt a weird analogy about a skateboarder on a halfpipe, even though I’ve never skateboarded a day in my life.
I am not a doctor, so do not treat this as therapy or medical advice. I just do this podcast with the hopes that it can help some people.
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