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Musical Stress Relief

Updated on July 19, 2012
Musical Stress Relief
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We all have a song that we can relate to for just about every situation and with each of those situations we try to find a way to express those feeling in the best way we can and 90% of the time it's through a song. Whether we are angry, sad, happy, or even way out in left field with the mixture of confusion there is a song to fit it all.

Therefore when we crank up our radios and start singing at the top of our lungs or dancing around the house like a crazed maniac this is what we refer to "Musical Stress Relief". It's a healthy way of venting our frustrations without taking it out on our friends and family. We can scream, cry, and laugh through it all and when it's finished we are able to walk away with a new view on life.

If you are having a hard time telling your spouse how you feel whether it be due to him ignoring you or you just can't find the right words to express yourself. Try this make a cd of the song that best say what you want even if it means you are so pissed off that it takes some songs from "Pink", "Kelly Clarkson, or even "Avril Lavigne" these ladies have some of the best "Get your attention songs" If your trying to tell them "I love you" for the first time or just trying to remind them try some "Bruno Mars", "Thompson Sqaure", or "David Cook" all of which know how to set a romatic mood for a couple.

Not really looking to listen to words but more music. Try "Meditation music'', "Sounds of Nature", or "Celtic and Indian flutes" all are very relaxing and would be great to listen to while taking a bath, cooking, and trying to go to sleep

Stress relief for you and the kids. This is not only great stress relief for the family but also great exercise. Find as many of the "Disney Songs" or any "Children's Music" and pick a part of the day when it is most benefitial to you and the children prehaps nap time or right before bath and bedtime when children are more prone to fight going to sleep. Take an hour and make a game out of it and see who can remember all the words the the songs and who can dance the longest. When all is done award your children with a job well done with a small treat then they will be ready for bed.

Life wasn't meant to be so stressful but sometimes it gets the best of us all. However we have to find an outlet to vent without taking it out on the people we care and love the most and I think this could be the best way it can be done without upsetting others or ourselves and when asked what you are doing or why. Simply and calmly explain "I need some time to destress and vent" Most people will understand what you are talking about and for those that don't respectfully tell them you will explain later and ask them for some space to take care of you. Happy destressing and Good Luck.

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      Jennifer 4 years ago from Lost...In Video Games

      I, too, engage in musical stress relief. Very thearapeutic (spelling?). I listen to Josh Groban plenty of times. He is amazing. "You Raise Me Up" is one of my favorite songs. I have done a piece on his song "Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)" not too long ago. It's a very romantic and beautiful song. I have the YouTube link should you like to listen to it. Anyway, as I said, he is amazing. I wonder how many people he has accidently killed with that awesome voice of his...LOL!

      Great hub! Thumbs all the way up!

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      milleramanda53 4 years ago from Florida

      Thank You very much I suffer from from seizures so I use musical therapy to help.

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