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CMSgt Socom J2/Tsoc Reserve Program Manager
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Clear your head. Meditate. Take a walk. Workout. Hit the bag. Burn some energy and release the negative vibes back into the universe.

Those things (and more) can minimize "bad week" and possibly turn it into just "sh*tty fleeting moments". :)
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Talking to a girl back home about things that have nothing to do with the military...can't go wrong with that haha
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MSgt Manuel Diaz
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Depending on the stress inducing factor, go to bed early get a good nights sleep, and get an early start on the day, eat breakfast, and decide what is urgent, important, do it and make time for family, repeat take time with squad or coworkers, repeat take time with pressing issues, repeat take time for self, etc. Etc.
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Sleep? What is that? I work nights and sleep routine for me is virtually non-existent. Beside, I get called-in for stupid stuff all the time during days, sucks!
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