Break-up Breakdowns

“Of course I’ll hurt you. Of course you’ll hurt me. Of course we will hurt each other. But this is the very condition of existence. To become spring, means accepting the risk of winter. To become presence, means accepting the risk of absence.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Manon Ballerina

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One method of avoiding break-ups completely: be a really funny asshole right from the start. (Why did I laugh so hard?)

The discussion on the Sex Lives podcast this week was well-timed. Aren’t they always!?! This week the crew discusses break-ups; specifically why some people tend to take them harder than others. The data they covered was pretty interesting. This was the gem of the convo for me: the idea that, if you view yourself as a static person, unchanging over time, that you tend to take break-ups harder than if you feel like your traits evolve. There are lots more interesting notions in this article by their guest, psychologist Lauren Howe.

And if the idea of relationship talk bores you, they also chat about micro-penises! A great Friday lunchtime conversation starter with the co-workers. You’re welcome.

25 Feb | Th
Pillars | 3x
Wall press rotations x 10
Monster walks x 12 ea
Hanging leg raise x 8

Warm it up | 3x
Wall ball x 7
Push-ups x 7
Sit-ups x 10
BB OHS x 7

Work | EMOM x30:00
Bench press x 3 @ 75# + 20 DUs
Hang + power snatch + OHS @ 65#
KBS x 10 @ 53#

Stretch | 20:00

Everything felt good Thursday; sore from lifting, but not any troubled spots. Just rolled through Thursday’s workout with everything feeling right. I can’t OHS with my wider snatch grip as well as with a narrower one. Other than that, no notes!


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