Charlie Bertsch (cbertsch) wrote,
Charlie Bertsch

Let It Out

I don't think of myself as being claustrophobic. But I should probably rethink that conception of my character, since the constriction of my personal space incapacitates me more than most. Take away a body's capacity to breathe and it is supposed to exert its last iota of energy in a struggle to find air. Some people, however, find a way to resist struggling. I find that the feeling of being hemmed in is more likely to paralyze me than to seek more room for living. And that realization, in turn, makes me wonder whether I need to start taking a will supplement. Just because Hamlet refused the apothecary's assistance doesn't mean that I should.
Tags: everyday, health, home

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