This post has been a long time coming, so I firstly want everyone to know that this wasn't a spur of the moment decision.
The forum games have been an emotionally chaotic and stressful point for me for the past few years.
It took me longer than it should have to realize and accept that the forums were a toxic environment for me.
This is not in regards to anyone in particular, this is specifically about the environment- and my mental needs.
I will no longer be participating in the currently running forum games.
I want to thank you all for the fun I've had over the last 12+ years.
I have met and had the pleasure of interacting with some amazing people.
I am honored to say that I have made some friends.
My characters are not dead as of this moment. They have simply gone on. If the GM decides to kill them off at some point, it is at their discretion. I ask out of respect for one another as writers and creators that no one play my characters or assume their behavior. Just let them go.
I know how connected we all are to our writing and character creation. With that being said, if anyone needs a closure scene, or a moment to say goodbye, please let me know through email, facebook, or text.
We've all popped a few aspirins or Tylenols in our day, but do we really know why they help to block our pain? Are we just taking them so we feel like we're doing something good for what ails us?
The most common pain relievers are ibuprofen, acetaminophen, and aspirin. Clearly pain relievers don't just rush to the site of the pain and repair things, so what are they doing? Get paim medication here at affordable rates:
One of the biggest health issues that cause problems for adults is back pain. The first thing to start with is to identify the causes and factors in order to find relief and or treatment for those who suffer from back pain.
Age plays a significant part in the overall health of a person. Older people experience more bouts of back pain because of the normal weakening of the bones and muscles.
Posture is important in preventing back-pain. A person who works in an office and sits down at a desk the majority of their day, are more likely to have back-pains. If you maintain the proper seating and use the correct type of chair, it will help to reduce the discomforts in the back.
Maintaining a healthy weight can keep you free from back-pains. Weight problems can and often do contribute to back pains. Any extra weight can also lead to knee and joint problems.
If you don't exercise regularly, this could add to your chances of developing back-pains. Muscles that don't get used tend to accumulate toxins which are known to cause aches and pains. Doing stretches will give your back muscles immediate relief, so make sure you exercise and stretch those muscles on a regular basis.
Now at the same time, too much strain from bending and overworking those muscles can put too much pressure on the back muscles. This is especially true for the lower and upper back area.
Take a regular walk each day or do a regular workout to lessen the chances of getting back pains. The important thing is to exercise muscles so that they aren't inactive.
These bodies of ours need constant motion to stay well oiled and greased. Without this constant motion, our joints and bones kink up and there is where the aches and pains come from.