The Vet Reset

Mental Resilience Through Physical Challenge

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The Vet Reset

Mental Resilience Through Physical Challenge

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Forgive your past mistakes. 
Forget who you think you’re not, and find out what you can do. 
It’s never too late to start. But you do have to start. 

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Choose Your Suffering

And it’s doing all of this and tolerating all of this and signing up for all of this again and again because you love how it makes you feel to treat yourself like the athlete you might not have known you could be, and because knowing this about yourself makes everything else that happens to you seem just a little more manageable.

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Just. Pack. Snacks.

In every post I read about job dissatisfaction and burnout, someone mentions going hours without eating.   This is something I literally cannot do. I become increasingly useless, grouchy, and shaky, and my stomach starts to cramp and puff up. I deal very poorly...

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Steep Learning Curves Build Muscle

I went on a bike ride with a friend last year along a rail trail. I think this was the first time I’d ridden a bike in literally 25 years. It was a beautiful afternoon, but this ride was seriously ugly. There were a million people on the trail: kids on bikes and...

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Be Your Own Best Client

“Dogs and cats are not small people,” I’ve said to more than one client. I love my little dog to the point of ridiculousness (he has several theme songs and I would probably actually kill someone who knowingly hurt him) but the fact of the matter is, he and I belong to different species and that is why he tries to eat cat poop and wears bow ties but not pants.

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Balance is Boring

What if it’s OK to throw ourselves into something we love, at the expense of something we don’t? What if we can love something fiercely without spending as much time on it as we do on something else? What if all the things we love don’t actually have to take an EQUAL amount of time? What if some of the best parts of life involve freedom from balance?

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The Diamond Cutter

Once, when I was a teenager, I went on vacation with my family and there was a girl staying there who looked like a model from Seventeen magazine. She was tall and willowy and had hips and endless legs. She was also only 13.

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