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How to be Southern: A guide to the ‘Southern Social Repose’

Social repose is a state of relaxation and restful mental and physical states.

It is often associated with the outdoors, in the woods, or by sitting quietly in your room.

For some, it is the primary focus of their day, and for others, it can be a place to rest and unwind.

To better understand how to become a Southern social repose practitioner, here are eight ways to cultivate this state.

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The ‘Southern Comfort Zone’ 1.

Start off in the comfort zone 1.

Relax and rest your body and mind.

The most common reasons people don’t like to rest are lack of rest, the weather, or a sense of stress.

This can also lead to stress related illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, and asthma.

If you find yourself feeling stressed, depressed, or anxious, then relax and take a deep breath.

This is the most common place to start, as this is where your body naturally relaxes and releases toxins and stress hormones.

This type of relaxation can also be used to rest your heart and mind, and can help you relax.

2.

Find an open space 2.

The natural environment of the Southern United States is open and spacious, so you can be as relaxed as you like.

However, the best way to create a Southern comfort zone is to find a place that has an open and quiet environment, like a quiet beach or a park, that is completely free of noise and distractions.

If your area has a lake, be sure to use it as a cool spot for a swim, or even a place for a picnic, so that you can have a calm and peaceful time.

3.

Find a quiet place to spend your time 3.

This may sound obvious, but it is important to make sure that you are not trying to be anywhere near other people, or making eye contact.

If someone is trying to talk to you, it’s probably a good idea to just turn your back and go.

If they are trying to see you, then it’s a good time to make eye contact and smile.

This will make them feel welcome and secure.

If there is a loud noise or other noise that distracts you, take your time to notice it.

If people seem to be interested in you, be aware that it is best to make small talk and make eye-contact.

If the conversation seems too much like a social experiment, simply relax and turn away from them.

If this happens, they will most likely think you are too interested in them, and try to force a conversation.

This usually ends with them giving you a hug or an affectionate pat on the back, or trying to get you to go back to your room and relax.

4.

Focus on relaxation 4.

If all else fails, find a quiet spot that you have never been to before.

If it is a nice warm day, try to spend a little time outdoors.

Do not spend a lot of time sitting in a chair or reclining on a couch.

If possible, find an open area to sit and take your first tentative steps in your Southern comfort.

You should find a relaxing spot in a park or in a quiet corner of your room, and then start taking deep breaths.

If relaxing sounds too difficult, you can also try to take a few minutes in a room with other people.

If relaxation does not feel like relaxing, then go back and try relaxing in a different room.

It will feel much more natural and less effort, and you will feel better about yourself.

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Create an environment that allows for relaxation 5.

The first step to creating a Southern Comfort Zone is to create an environment where you can relax, and this is important.

The easiest way to do this is to start by creating an open, spacious space that you feel comfortable in.

For example, if you are a young woman, or if you live in an apartment complex, you might want to create this space as a bedroom.

Then, when you have a little bit of time, relax in this space by doing a few things that are relaxing and relaxing-y.

These things might be: relaxing music, reading a book, listening to music, taking a walk, or just talking to yourself.

Try to be as quiet as possible while relaxing.

If these seem too easy, then you might have to try a little harder to relax, or try to do something more challenging, such as going on a short hike, or biking.

If something is too difficult or hard, then create another, more relaxing, environment to relax in.

This way, you will start to feel more comfortable and relaxed, and that is what you are looking for.

The next step is to make a place where you feel as if you can comfortably sit down and be relaxed.

This also helps you become more social and outgoing, so this is the next step to being Southern Social Repo.

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Build a Southern Social reposentence habit 6