Seeds XI, 42
Here’s a funny word that a client of mine made up! It’s her combination of “chill,” a direct assignment to use a cooler head to think about something, and “relax,” a direct command to her body to cooperate.
I know it’s silly, but when I heard her murmuring this to herself one day as she arrived for a session, I remembered what fun it is to make up words, which I did all the time as a kid.
When he was a toddler, my youngest brother noticed our side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, and coined the term, “freezerator.” Which was much more accurate.
What words did you make up as a kid? Could they still be used today? Why not?
I think the freedom to create words is one the best freedoms we have.
So if you’re having menopause moments or senior moments grasping for a word you can’t remember at the moment, chillax! It’ll come, or you’ll just make up a new one.
Dr. Susan Corso
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