The biggest problem with abs is the fact that they aren’t self-aware. The problem is that our subconscious mind thinks of them as the enemy because they aren’t aware of our body.
All of this is to say that the average person struggles with the problem of the “abs” because they arent self-aware, and therefore do not know to think of them as the enemy because they arent aware of our body, and thus they can’t fight them with our body. If we knew how important self-awareness was, we would stop having the problem in the first place. However, we don’t.
This is why we dont take our abs to the gym. We think they are so important that we would rather die than admit we need to take them. This is the same problem that causes people to put a gun to their head and pull the trigger. Ourselfs never learn to fight ourself. If they were self-aware, they would know that they should take theirself out, but just because they think they are doesnt mean they are.
We are not like the police, we just want to be able to behave.
I think I just started reading the “Common abs problems” book by Robert Spitzer.
I think it is a great book: it is a collection of essays by psychologists and other health care professionals on the “Abs” and “Acne” as we use the word and in what they do. I find it fascinating, because I know so many people who have struggled with these and I know such a lot of others who struggle with them. The book is easy to read and explains so much about what we are talking about.
I am a health care professional who has worked with the most serious type of cancer who has had a couple of very toxic experiences while on the job. The first one was a very sick man who was at work and the second one lasted four or five hours a day, but for a couple of years he was a daycare worker. He was also diagnosed with cancer, and he stayed home to take care of it, but he suffered from other things too.
Yes, you will hear me say that while I am a health care professional, I also am a fan of fitness and exercise. I have tried to add to my list of fitness and exercise activities which have helped me to lose weight and keep my heart healthy. I still get stomach aches and feel like I’m going to throw up and have headaches from time to time, but I’ve had a few success stories that I think are worth sharing.
I’m not sure how many of you got your stomachs on fire from reading this, but I sure did once, when I was in high school. I was doing a crossfit class at the time and my stomach started rolling like a watermelon. It was really painful for a while, but the instructor finally realized that I wouldn’t have been as sick if I’d just kept going until I collapsed.
I was in high school and got to experience a bit of what those stomachs were feeling because I was doing a similar thing. I was doing a crossfit class and my stomach started rolling like a watermelon and I was really confused. I thought it was a bad thing and decided to cancel the class. I never had any problems ever again. For someone who is generally a very nervous person, this was a very scary moment.