Coprecipitate: (v) to cause to precipitate together.
I am going to the store. I will invite a good mood.
I am on my way to work. Play my favorite rock song.
I didn’t get enough sleep last night. Plan and look forward to my nap.
Family is crashing in for a visit. Organize with activities outside the house, which don’t require tense conversation.
I am going to vote. Try to pick the best candidate.
I’m going to take a shower. Spend thirty-five seconds letting the hot water run on the back of my neck.
My wife is grouchy. A good occasion to spend some quiet time together.
I am going to church. Make a decision to be nice to someone on the way.
I am going to be lecturing. Mingle it with learning.
I’m going to a very serious event. Never underestimate the power of unexpected laughter.
I just got really offended. Don’t post anything on social media.
I put on some weight. Pick one food and don’t eat it for a week (broccoli doesn’t count).
I am a person of faith. Back it up with some works.
Actions do coprecipitate each other—simply because they don’t exist without including that close friend.
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