Anywhere I sit, I slide. It doesn't matter if I'm in a recliner, church pew, dining chair, stool, steps or bed I slide. It doesn't matter if I have a stool or my feet touch the ground.
I'm sure I've had this since a child because I can remember vaguely, my mom nagging. I remember her words, "Sit up! Stop slouching! Quit rocking!'
I used to rock side to side all the time as a child and I was constantly told to stop it. Teachers would pass by and put their hand on my shoulder. It was their way of telling me to stop discreetly. I find myself rocking only when I am dead bone tired now.
When I sit, I start by a nice straight up posture. But eventually I slide. In a chair or pew or stool I am more aware because eventually I could land on my floor butt first. I'm constantly having to push into a straight sitting posture.
In my recliner or bed, again I start in a nice and straight position, but its inevitable that i will be on half my back.
I've been trying to consciously figure out why and how I do this.
Who knows?! I guess it is just me!
Until next time..