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Music is My Therapy

Discussion in 'Social' started by resurrection, Oct 14, 2007.

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  1. resurrection

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    Been listening to Stone Roses , Oasis , the Verve etc . Must be feeling better :eek:ccasion:, cant remember the last time I felt so emotional listening to them :thumbs-up This site site is definitely helping me connect again. :clap: CHEERS
     
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  3. Marlene

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    Music has always been a big, big part of my life. My father was a musician and there was always some sort of music in my life growing up. Stereos, singing, instruments, chorus, etc.

    Music has also been a part of my recovery as well. Different moods, different points in my life have different sound tracks. The words of others often describe how I'm feeling. Especially when I can't find the words myself.

    I'm glad you're finding this site a help to you. It's been such a big help to me, too.

    Lisa
     
  4. resurrection

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    I think talking about the things we enjoy helps a lot . Who is your favourite band and why , best frontman, guitarist, etc RSVP CHEERS
     
  5. Marlene

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    I listen to so many artists and so many types of music that I really can't say I have a favorite. My range of music goes from classical to head banging heavy metal. It really depends on my mood and feelings.

    Lisa
     
  6. EmoxxKid

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    Ah music...

    I am listening to Outkast...and the Rolling Stones today....odd mix perhaps...but yet and still...

    Music is amazing!

    Keep going..
     
  7. resurrection

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    Not odd mixes at all ,I think when you have suffered as we have you learn to be non judgemental and can appreciate a song for what it communicates emotionally. I can listen to the PRODIGY one minute and then the SUPREMES the next. PEACE
     
  8. EmoxxKid

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    Indeed!!!!!!
     
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