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The_Gimp
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18 Oct 2016, 10:41 pm

I always thought wind chines were intended for relaxation.



ocdgirl123
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18 Oct 2016, 11:48 pm

I find laughing very relaxing as well as the sound of horses neighing.

Funny thing is, I find the things NTs think are relaxing actually make me feel worse. I spent like 15 years trying to use NT relaxation methods and I failed.

For some reason, NTs seem almost offended that I find different things relaxing than they do.


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19 Oct 2016, 12:47 am

I don't see a weird thing here. A couple of unique things, but not weird.

Mine are all cliche and have been mentioned.


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19 Oct 2016, 5:43 pm

I like there to be pressure or my wrists or someone hold my wrists. Lots of ppl say they don't like that.
I like the sound of airplanes.



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20 Oct 2016, 4:20 pm

I used to find rewinding and fast-forwarding a tv program quite relaxing, although this was when I was little. There could be the washing machine, tumble dryer and outside noises at night as contenders, but that's pretty much it.