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Disagreement with self can cause anxiety through the tailbone



Well-known member
Sep 12, 2016
When I was young I remember making fun of myself was like a game to make other's laugh. Then I remember when I was seventeen and got my first bought of depression and doom that I changed my mind from the free attitude of 'oh well if you can't laugh at yourself' which I think was tragic.

When something drags on and its annoying like a lyric you don't want to hear at a red light or some show someone is watching, your tail begins to stiffen up from disagreement which travels into your balance system and other systems from there as anxiety. Even if its your own thoughts watch for you tail to stiffen up when annoyed and sitting or standing still.

A secret trick to holding the anxiety outside yourself is to change your focus a couple times between objects or your rate of breathing until your good.