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  1. One thing we all might do in the present is to "check our anxiety." Our emotions remain in check by balancing our logic and emotions. When any type of situation that is anxiety producing occurs, we throw logic out the window and emotion takes over. As a result, we lose all sense of reason and emotion leads to extreme "What if . . ." thinking. At its height "What if . . . " thinking most always spins so far out of control that we lose all reason. As a result, the anxiety worsens. Living in the moment is the antidote. When we are tempted to worry about things we cannot control - whi
  2. Stranded. Standed on the toilet bowl. What will you do when you're stranded and you don't have a roll?
  3. Here's the interview I did with Channel 5: https://www.newschannel5.com/news/are-you-stressing-about-the-coronavirus-the-stock-market-tornadoes-read-this
  4. I make my Nashville TV debut on Channel 5 tonight in my role as a mental health therapist talking about how to handle the anxiety of COVID-19 and all the other uncertainties of our current day.
  5. MacGyver - Thank you for re-centering what is important. I appreciate you.
  6. Brings new meaning to "The Love Boat." For all you young'uns here, that was a popular TV show in the 70s and 80s . . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AB7f26dGGzI
  7. I've wondered how many "cruise ship babies" will be born . . .
  8. As a mental health therapist, I wanted to pass along some useful inforrmation for anyone here or friends or family. What to Expect.pdf Stress.pdf Grief.pdf Youth and Child.pdf Helpline.pdf
  9. In Pigeon Forge, but my favorite place to eat: https://bullfishgrill.com/
  10. I need to fish wherever this eagle has been dining . . . https://wset.com/news/local/24-year-old-bald-eagle-too-full-to-fly-found-by-officials-in-tennessee
  11. Thanks for the links regarding the film's historicity; I'll give it a look. While not as historical, but a good example of the fighting in WWI, 1917 is a great movie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=YqNYrYUiMfg
  12. Thanks for letting me know it's back!
  13. My mother was the executive assistant to the CEO of the Davenport family that originally owned the Krystal. Mom died in 2017 so your mention of the Krystal today brings back some Krystal memories, so please indulge me for a moment. In high school on a dare I ate 32 Krystals on a Friday night at the Krystal on Cherokee Blvd. in Chattanooga (hometown!) (I also lost all 32 minutes later . . .) But I did win a Marlin 39A as I had to eat 30 to win the rifle from a friend. And he did give me the prize! Anyone remember when they made donuts with a machine? I'd die for a hot maple d
  14. All I can say is, "Breaker breaker good buddy. Got your ears on? This here's the Cannonball coming at ya." Brings back memories seeing this for sale . . .
  15. Never owned a .380; never shot one. Have read lots of info on both sides of the debate that the .380 is or is not a good round for self-defense. I know that many of you here carry a .380, so please educate me about a caliber I know nothing about. Thank you for your feedback!
  16. CZ 457. The sole purpose is friendly competition with my brother in law to see who can consistently hit a golf ball at 300 yards. FORE!
  17. 1960 Jeep CJ-5 . . . Miss it! New Jeeps are nothing like it. Put it in 4wd low and there was nowhere this vehicle couldn't go. I used to like hill climbing with it at the Red Bank dump LOL
  18. UPDATE! Yesterday I had the opportunity to shoot my lil Browning for the first time. All I can say is WOW!!! Shot perfectly and very accurate. The only misfeeds was from some old .22 ammo. First rifle I ever fired that ejected from the bottom. This is gonna be a fun shooter from now on!


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