Amit Kaushik
Amit Kaushik answered

The following poses are intended to give you some alternatives to fit your actual level of flexibility.

1. Hamstrings Pose.
2. Reclined Big Toe Pose - Supta Padangustasana.
3. Standing Forward Bend – Uttanasana.
4. Triangle Pose - Utthita Trikonasana .
5. Seated Wide-Legged Straddle - Upavistha Konasana .
6. Cobbler's Pose - Baddha Konasana.
7. Pigeon - Eka Pada Rajakapotasana.

Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou answered asher wallace's question

Dear Asher,

There are actually various kinds of depression, so there is no one answer to your question. Depression cripples the will yes exercise helps but what if you cannot force yourself to do it? And for some people meds do not help, maybe even making you worse.

One fruitful route for me has been just … Read more

Didge Doo
Didge Doo answered Megan goodgirl's question

An entertaining book can lift you, like a magic carpet, away from whatever is troubling you. It can certainly ease your stress for the time you're actually reading and may be instrumental in helping you get a stress-free night's sleep.

However, if you are the sort of person who gets stressed while driving in heavy … Read more

Didge Doo
Didge Doo answered

There are two types of plastic surgeon. One does cosmetic surgery to remove imagined blemishes in a person's appearance; the other does restorative surgery, usually following some kind of physical trauma.

Of the two, I should think the cosmetician is more likely to become wealthy.

Walter The Grump
Walter The Grump answered asher wallace's question

Without medicine you honestly have an extremely small chance of overcoming depression. There's absolutely nothing wrong with being depressed and needing help and medication. I'm bipolar and severe deep depression is of the extreme moods I have to battle. Without medications I wouldn't be alive to answer this. It takes strength and courage to admit … Read more

Bikergirl Anonymous
Bikergirl Anonymous answered Kate Portch's question

If  you are living together as a couple, no it is not normal. He is obviously not taking responsibility nor contributing to the household in which he lives, nor is he supporting your child.. Yet he is reaping the benefits of "being your boyfriend".. And he will continue to do that as long as you … Read more

Nealious James
Nealious James answered Roy Roy's question

Hi Roy! Mine will have to be tickles! To really succeed at torturing me, the person will probably have to tie me up with ropes and tickle all these sensitive areas if he/she manages to spot them. I will certainly pass out though, I just cannot stand it and laughing will give me pains in … Read more

Ancient Hippy
Ancient Hippy answered Kate Portch's question

No, that's not normal or right. He has a responsibility to his child. If he won't financially support the child, file for child support through the court system.