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    08-01-2012, 04:52 PM
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Thanks everyone for all of the great advice.I have decided try I'm going to take my riding trainer up on her offer, but I'm going to make sure I help out as much as I can around the barn and try to make it up to her somehow. There is no way I can continue like I am.I feel worn down and sad all of the time.my education is my number one priority and I know I won't make it through college if I can't spend some time around horses.it's stress relieving, relaxing and I can forget about my life for a short time.
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    08-01-2012, 05:27 PM
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Thanks everyone for all of the great advice.I have decided try I'm going to take my riding trainer up on her offer, but I'm going to make sure I help out as much as I can around the barn and try to make it up to her somehow. There is no way I can continue like I am.I feel worn down and sad all of the time.my education is my number one priority and I know I won't make it through college if I can't spend some time around horses.it's stress relieving, relaxing and I can forget about my life for a short time.
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Good for you for accepting your instructors offer! It sounds like you need a break, a mind refresher. Go out, use some of your money and go to the movies or dinner with your boyfriend or a good friend of yours and just don't worry! Or, you could bring your boyfriend or some good (non horsey maybe!) friends to your barn and introduce them to the horses there and give them a tour. If you just keep pushing yourself to work more, study harder, etc., with no break you won't be helping yourself, even the strongest people crack. So give yourself something to do with friends or horses, then take a deep breath, carry on with life, but be sure not to pressure yourself to much and give yourself little breaks! If its not to distracting, you could study at your barn with the horses to be around them.
     
    08-04-2012, 01:16 AM
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It sounds like your trainer is a really good person that knows another good person when she sees her. I'm glad you decided to take her up on that offer!!
     

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