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My Cramps Are Bad, But Nothing Like My Coworker’s.


I always get the cramps man. But you aren't coming for my chair... Not like this! Most of you won't understand that, and that's OK. But it seems like if it isn't your friends retiring for the year on our professional disc golf careers, or your coworker having a sore back from a week of torture therapy due to corporal punishment... There are always cramps happening somewhere. I personally take a potassium supplement to get me through cramp-free.


Joking aside, I can see the parallel with our recovery, and hell, even our life journeys. I've called them "growing pains" in past publications. But when we're trying to pull ourselves out of the mire of a life before recovery, or trying to level up as we grow into the beautiful blossoming star children we truly are, there are always going to be cramps. Physical for sure, but emotional and spiritual as well.


As I am navigating my own journey through this tour of existence I've signed on for, I notice what's happening around me. And guess what? I am not the only one going through some shit. Wild right? Absolutely everyone experiences cramps as they progress, digress, or transgress... Wait that last one may not fit there...maybe it does.


As I am navigating my own journey through this tour of existence I've signed on for I notice what's happening around me. And guess what? I am not the only one going through some shit.

Anyways, all of us are going through "cramps". May it be the uncomfortable feeling of doing something new as you progress on your path. Or, I can tell you it definitely doesn't feel good to be stuck in a bad situation. I'm personally talking about my scars from past addictions and relationships that my therapist is helping me navigate my life through now.


All I'd like to leave here with you today is this: Be self-aware of your cramps as you go along your daily routine. They're most likely your physical and ethereal body trying to tell you something. Point out a need, or damage to be addressed. But, just as important, be aware of the people around you. They are going through their own "cramps" right alongside you, and you may just be that smile or small act of kindness that's going to change their existence to a higher frequency at that moment. You can do it, I know ya can.


We can all do this together, I have faith in us all. If not for ourselves, then for the collective. Have a great weekend everyone.


Bye!

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