Seriously though, I watch movies and shows and people just start #screaming, what happened to fight for flight? No, let's just stand there and #scream as the killer/attacker/accident takes place. I understand being frozen in fear, but screaming too?
What causes us to scream instead of running away or fighting? Screaming accomplishes little to nothing...
And it appears to be males and females alike, although more females than males? Are we going back to our ancestral nature to call for help in a time where words didn't exist as we know them today? The mate calling for help?
Just weird thoughts in my head. I know about "screaming" #therapy, is it a similar thing? Some people just instinctively scream instead of protecting themselves?
Of course these questions come from watching too many TV shows and movies, I'm sure. And maybe it's all to pull the viewer into suspense? Or is it something that we truly do in real life based on some primal level of our own selves?
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Friday, December 12, 2014
This week has been rough, with a few exceptions.
Today started out slow, but I decided to spend some time downstairs.
That, of course, lead to watering all the plants. Unloading, loading, running and unloading again the dishwasher.
The holiday music is playing and for the moment I feel pretty good.
I have to latch onto these moments so that when the #depression comes barreling down on me I can try to remember all the #good.