A deep breath brings me together. My shoulders pull up my elbows, and the air goes down my throat in a cool burn. I don’t trip over breaths. My forearms don’t sweat. My eyebrows don’t itch, and my temples don’t throb. My body doesn’t tremble like a windchime, a thousand pieces clattering. The rubber bands pulling at my legs release, and I go like jelly for a minute.