Music Therapy!

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RedAmy64LEVEL 106

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1StringLEVEL 62

Reply by 1StringGOLD

Yes, singing definitely can be relaxing if you do it for fun! If you get too serious about it, always trying to fix songs, etc, I could see that being stressful, but I'll take the joy of it over the competitiveness of it any day of the week

RockabillyPhil61LEVEL 44

Reply by RockabillyPhil61

Either singing or listening to music is a stress relief for me, my mood decides to have a sing on Sing Snap or just listen to some great singers, and the songs that go with the mood setting for bopping and dancing or just relaxing

SugarBabe4uLEVEL 92

Reply by SugarBabe4uGOLD

Dreams are what the heart desire’s the most!!

<3

tigers12LEVEL 86

Reply by tigers12GOLD +2

interesting read xxx

Asmodeus13LEVEL 53

Reply by Asmodeus13

I have anxiety issues and singing definitely helps (as does sharing the songs with my friends and family on FB)

Uncle-PauleyLEVEL 107

Reply by Uncle-PauleyCHAT-ADMIN +5

Music is life, and SingSnap is the blood in life's veins!

EnioPedrozoLEVEL 102

Reply by EnioPedrozoGOLD +1

OPEN DUET... thanks for listen or join!

big_wolfpawsLEVEL 47

Reply by big_wolfpawsGOLD

The right song can defiantly pick me up or make me cry.

Cinnamon1965LEVEL 105

Reply by Cinnamon1965SPECIAL-EVENTS +3

I love the music heals us!

BenwizardLEVEL 61

Reply by BenwizardGOLD

Singing occupies both sides of my brain as I am very picky about how my song comes out (left side) but it is a version of creativity what with adding flourishes and such (right side). I am an artist in other respects and this works out the same for my visual artworks and photography as well.

But singing helps me to undo the effects of stress a lot as I am focused on the song and not the problems in life. Sort of a meditation. Recently at my job I was feeling very stressed out and as my job often offers times when I can sing without bothering others (I was doing some glass engraving) I started singing and pretty much immediately felt a lot better.

txspicesLEVEL 31

Reply by txspicesGOLD

im a social worker so I know this information, laughter and music are both very good for the soul and health.

Richie24_7LEVEL 19

Reply by Richie24_7

Thinking?..just do- 1. know your material 2. pronounce the words correctly 3. breathe 4. SING. ok "This ain't no thinkin' thing, right brain, left brain
It goes a little deeper than that..
It's a chemical, physical, emotional devotion
Passion that we can't hold back..
There's nothin' that we need to analyze
There ain't no rhyme..or reason why
'Cause this ain't, this ain't no thinkin' thing"

NightstarLEVEL 25

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TERRYS-TOONSLEVEL 76

Reply by TERRYS-TOONSGOLD

MY DAD PLAYED ITALIAN OPERA EVERY NIGHT, AND I SAT IN FRONT ROW AT CHURCH LISTENING TO MY MOM SING THE THE CHOIR. I HAD ALWAYS SUNG, ESPECIALLY SINCE MY CHILDHOOD WAS MOSTLY INDOORS AND NO FRIENDS ALLOWED INDOORS. SONGS HAD ALWAYS BEEN MY CONNECTION TO THE WORLDLY IMAGE THE WORDS MOLDED INTO MUSIC

GIGI, TERRY'S WIFE

fla_beach_bunnyLEVEL 82

Reply by fla_beach_bunnyGOLD

Music is my therapy

MoonD4234LEVEL 75

Reply by MoonD4234GOLD

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