Stressed, Calgary Flames Fans? Time For a Meditation Exercise

December 2nd, 2010 by LaToya Wilson Leave a reply »
Being a sports fan is tough. One can get way too emotionally invested way too quickly.

I’m one of those people.

My poor remotes, I shouldn’t take so much anger out on them.  Oh, and my poor friends who have witnessed the childish outbursts and random acts of violence; I haven’t heard from them in months…

I’m also pretty sure my mom is close to disowning me.

You see, I’m a Flames fan. For those of you who don’t know, they’re not doing so well this year. 

One day, after a drinking binge post a 7-2 loss to the Washington Capitals, I thought to myself, “I’ve got to find a different way of coping, or I’m going to end up in AA with anger management issues.”

After all, is it really worth it?

The answer is no. Yes, it’s a great thing to cheer on a team and continue to be loyal to that team, but getting worked up over it is not worth it.

So, Flames fans, let’s reach our Zen point, where we are at one with the Flames and accepting of what they offer us. Here are some steps adopted from Maple Leafs fans some ...

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