Annie Lennox Shares Stress Relieving Tips (Note: Dave Stewart Is No Longer In Her Life)

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Imagine being Annie Lennox. Just think of that for a moment. Gah. It’s rubbish isn’t it? Just think, looking at Annie Lennox’s face in the mirror. Imagine hearing that voice coming out every time you spoke.

Imagine people saying “Hello Annie Lennox” at you. It’s enough to make you want to die.

Annie Lennox has noticed this too, opening up about her battle with panic attacks thanks to being Annie Lennox. However, she’s decided to share some tips with us all about getting over stress, panic and anxiety. You’ll notice that her life is a lot less Dave Stewart based these days, so we suspect the main tip would be “don’t ever work with Dave Stewart – have you heard that terrible cod-reggae album he’s made with Mick Jagger and Joss Stone?”

Appazzently, the former Eurythmics singer suffered from anxiety issues for years and admitted in some self-serving blog that she always felt “excruciating stage fright” before her shows. This anxiousness was very much in-line with anyone who bought tickets to see her perform too.

So what is this marvellous piece of stress-relieving wisdom?

In a blog post, entitled Beating Stress under Duress, she writes:

“I used to suffer quite badly from the fear of flying, but I seem to have managed to overcome this over the last few years. I practice a fairly simple technique. It’s called ‘F… It.’ And I invented it all by myself.”

Get that? Annie Lennox invented the notion of shrugging.

“Every time I went on stage to perform, I’d get excruciating stage fright. I’d have a knot in my stomach just thinking about it, particularly during the small hours of the night before. I don’t buy into the notion that it’s good to be nervous before you go on stage. It’s not good. It’s rubbish! For me, it’s essential to be relaxed.

“Fear creates tremendous blocks. We carry it around subliminally most of the time… so I just tell myself… ‘F… it’… and it seems to work a treat!”

Brilliant, just brilliant. Go and die already you bloated shitehawk. Should we feel guilty for saying that? Two words – FUCK IT.

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Comments

  1. Donald Perry says

    With my panic attacks, I get a feeling of numbness in my hands arms and face with a really lightheaded, faint feeling. My ears pop and I feel as though I can’t hear. I also get a rapid, strange heart beat and the feeling that I am dying or that there is impending doom.

    Donald Perry

  2. Laurie says

    I beg to differ with Ms. Lennox’s claim of “I made it up myself.”. A full treatise on the subject can be found in: “F*ck It: The Ultimate Spiritual Way” by John C. Parkin. It covers all aspects of the philosophy. Available at Amazon and other reputable booksellers.

  3. Joan says

    Who is the asshole who wrote this “article”? Mof Gimmers you have totally wasted my time letting me think this was legitimate.

  4. (Some Cunt Pretending To Be) Mof Gimmers says

    Objective Complete……………..i can now move on with my life, thank you Joan !

  5. SomeCuntPretendingToBe Michael Park says

    You aint Mof Gimmers, he’s a lazy, self loathing sack of shit, who would venture into the world of obscure sex with animals, well birds mainly, but thats only because he couldnt satisfy anything larger than a hedgehog.
    No……….your not Mof Gimmers, your comments are Wa-a-ay to in depth to belong to that mongoloid !!

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