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For fans, World Series is a marathon, not a sprint
- By Michael Craig Miller, M.D., Senior Editor, Mental Health Publishing, Harvard Health Publishing
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The tips given in this article is very useful to get signed in in the Marathon.
it is very true. enough sleep and eating healthy foods.
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The red stockings, win … I am an avid fan.
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A championship of any sport arouses passions and enthusiasm and fanaticism, but it basically is just a competition which must be tackled with realism, calm and good sense. The excesses of enthusiasm and fanaticism just cause problems and loss of health. Each one to defend your team, but not losing life.
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ball games is really fun and interesting game that we should indulge, but we must bare it in our mind to take good care of our health because health is wealth.
so, therefore as humans it has been said that our boy and good health is the precious gift from God so we must take good care of our body and health by making some valuable activities and make our self busy and indulge in games like soccer.
Actually you are talking about a serious issue, and i am thinking to also write aobut the fans of World Series on my blogs which are as follow.
Yes you are right about the fans of World Series. The are just taking it as a marathon not a sprint. But after reading your post, it seems that this is the point to ponder.
For fans, World Series is a marathon, not a sprint.its an wonderful post , thank you for sharing such a informative article. nice work.(Y)
I totally agree with Michael. I will add, being a fan first take care of your health and whether its marathon or sprint if you are not the participant you cant change the results.
I have to admit, watching your team lose is the worst. I actually read this article from a counselor in town (Cambridge) about Sports Fan Depression.
It’s pretty interesting but it emphasizes the point you made about this just being a game.
Yes, to be fans of Red sox or st.louis cardinals doesn’t mean we should give everything for those teams. Include our health, we should keep calm and take control the best in everything. For the snack, I prefer nuts and whole-wheat crackers just as you said… 🙂
I’m a 4th generation Red Sox fan and our 4 kids are 5th generation fans. We’re going to be glued! Not predicting anything. Just want to have a solid, good time watching and rooting for my all-time favorite team in the world.
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