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Release Me, Please – Six Sentence Story

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Release Me, Please

Muscular release from the wounds of life, not brought on by anything other than daily living an anthem to the whole living life fully thing, which means on same days the act of placing one foot in front of the other.

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Massage feels wonderful, when applied, by a skilled therapist, well-studied and devoted to their work and I am most grateful when I experience recovery, even if for a little while, because it makes my life tolerable.
It is interesting to me how some people look at massage at a treat or a luxury item and this makes me sad, when it is someone who I know would have a better life for having a massage, it’s what kept me going when I had nothing to go on and I mean nothing.

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Saving money is a challenge when you have so many demands on your life, however it is money well saved that goes to the benefit of massage and other forms of treatment not covered by health plans, such a shame that these are not covered since they help life be more tolerable and I have to wonder about the sensibility of all this.

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Once, I wrote an article about the benefits of massage and it was published by a client, many moons ago and I wonder if it affected the lives of the readers, granted the article benefited getting potential clients, but that only added to the benefit because someone might be enriched by the experience, good, I say.

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Not everybody can reap the benefits of massage, especially if muscle trauma and muscle memory has been affected, and this makes me sad, but there are other things outside of massage which may help and I encourage people to seek alternatives, as one who has benefited from acupuncture and other alternative treatments and, oh how I do not love the word “alternative”, but I don’t write the rules or make the language as I just say what I say and so be it; Have a releaseful day!

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21 thoughts on “Release Me, Please – Six Sentence Story”

  1. I had a massage once, I was more tense when I left than when I got there. Psycho? Maybe. Good six. As I was reading my six to a friend, she said the first thought she had was release of tension. I have never experience the feeling so I couldn’t write about that. I’m not only UP, but UPtight!
    Neat six and very calming – that’s as far as I get.

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  2. All the massage appointments I have had were therapeutic rather than for pleasure. Unfortunately some of the massages just created more pain and wasn’t the best treatment for me. Acupuncture was more helpful for me.

    Very informative Six.

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  3. I’ve only had 1 professional massage in my life, when I was much younger. It felt relaxing but it wasn’t until I’d gotten home that I realized just how relaxed I was! It was as if there was no tension in my body whatsoever 🙂

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  4. I’m very late to the “party” thank to my computer acting up, but I wanted to stop back by and thank you for your kind email responses and tell you that I liked what you have written here, someone skilled in the art of massage can indeed make a tremendous difference for someone who is experiencing physical or emotional issues. I know many people who found a level of release and relaxation that made all the difference in their ability to carry on!

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