Instead of being a slave to your heart-rate monitor, you can be freed from overidentification with sports and exercise.” Dealing with a physical vulnerability can also serve as a reality check, helping you become a more effective athlete in the long run, says Van Raalte.“Being injured is sometimes the body’s way of saying, ‘Whoa!Please use your discretion when planning your tour visit and contact us if you have any questions about accessibility. Petit Chou 662 Memorial Dr SE (470) 270-8996 Love Stories of Oakland ticket holders receive one free appetizer with the purchase of two dinner entrees. This offer cannot be combined with other offers, discounts, and specials. Dinner Deals Love Stories: Summer Date Night ticket holders can take advantage of a great dinner offer from Agave and Petit Chou. Enjoy more than 20 tour stops through Oakland’s Victorian garden cemetery as we recount the loves, lives, and losses of Atlantans of days past.Love Stories of Oakland also examines the symbolism of love and devotion found on monuments, headstones, and mausoleums throughout the grounds.You never know when something is going to turn into a full-blown injury,” says the 36-year-old Boston resident.
“It can help break the cycle of addiction to physical activity and achievement.Adults: Child (6-17) and Seniors 65 : Historic Oakland Foundation members: (Membership will be verified after ticket purchase) This is a rain or shine event. Please note that not all areas of Historic Oakland Cemetery are wheelchair accessible. Show Love Stories ticket to server to receive the special offer. “Depending on how strongly and exclusively you identify yourself as an athlete, the psychological impact of being injured can be significant,” says Judy Van Raalte, Ph D, a sports-psychology professor and co-editor of Exploring Sport and Exercise Psychology (APA, 2002).“Exercise itself has a therapeutic effect as strong as some antidepressants.