Thursday, April 10, 2008

Almost semi-famous

The facilitator of last night's group took me aside today after my Spirituality and Healing group and told me that she was glad that I'd been there last night and had said the things I'd said to the person who was toxic. That person and I had two separate discussions where she had said something that offended me and I responded almost without thinking. I was touched and pleased that the facilitator recognized that it was hard for me and that being around that person was difficult. Therefore, I won't make a final decision about whether to go or not to the group until next month.

It turns out that my image is semi-famous here, too! At the Princess Twin, before movies start, they have slideshows. Apparently Hopespring has four slides that they are showing now and I'm in at least one of them. I think Ian might be in it, too. I'll have to go and see :)

Tonight we went out to see the Just for Laughs road show. I'm really glad I went because I've been feeling a bit down and I got to laugh a lot tonight. I don't know if laughter is the best medicine, but it certainly does help me feel better once I start laughing.


Darling Jee said...

I can't remember exactly but I think that laughter releases serotonin which is what anti-depressants are for too. I've started watching reruns of sitcoms that make me laugh really hard. It feels pretty good :)

Anonymous said...

That is awesome that the facilitator said something to you, not that you need validation in how you feel, others realize how toxic that other person is.

Laughter is one of the best sounds in the world ... and laughing is one of the best activities you can do.