Originally Posted by Taffy Clayton
My new montra is to ignore people that have nothing benificial to say.
I am really sorry you feel that way, I was only trying to help. When your a new driver or have had something happen, it is best to meet what is bothering you or your fears and learn from them and move on. If your dropping your lines, that IS dangerous, and again, going back to basics to relearn what you may of missed or didn't understand is a lot better than trying to find a quick fix. And rereading your comments, you have some issues and fears. I can't in good conciseness tell you what to do when you need to go back to basics and relearn how to be a good and competent driver and to trust your horse.
This is an open forum and you don't always get opinions you like or want and wish to hear. I have years of driving time under my belt and I too have had a bad accident that took me a while to get over. There is no shame in admitting your scared or worried. I do wish you all the best of luck in your driving endeavors...