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    12-09-2012, 08:29 AM
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Weanling
What has an Equine taught you ?

This is how my horse taught me morals, that no other person could teach me:

My horse is about the only thing in life, that helped me love and trust again. This is because my childhood was full of psychological and mental abuse, I have moved schools over 8 times (because I kept moving suburbs and schools would find out how my mother treated me) and moved into different family's back and forth over 5 times. Because of this I developed many issues, who knows how many diagnoses a doctor could make on me, but I know I would never take a doctors medicine, because horses are the only therapy I need.

Horses get me through living each day ! My determination to ride and be around horses is what kept me going and has made me who I am today. Horses taught me determination, Happiness, Strength and the will to survive.

This year my grades had improved that was getting above C's and an occurrence of many B's, A's and A+'s or A++'s. This year I tried my absolute best for exams studying every day. With the thought in the back of my head "i need a good education if I want to have my ultimate equine career, which I might need to go to University for".

I have also tried my best to be good, for my auntie as she is the best person for me to live with, and she is very pleased with me. I feel as if I have found peace within myself, and happiness that I have never felt through out my whole life until now, and all because of a so called "stupid" herbivore called the Horse.
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    12-09-2012, 09:14 AM
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Wow, that is wonderful

Horse and animals can teach people many things if we want to learn


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    12-09-2012, 10:38 AM
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I have a stressful job, with long hours and difficult decisions every day. My horses calm me and reset my mind and body. I couldn't afford horses when I was younger and raising my family, neither the time nor the money. Now that I can, I feel more balanced and complete.

I'm so glad for you that you have found your passion and place with horses! And so early in your life.
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    12-09-2012, 11:47 AM
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This is how my horse taught me morals, that no other person could teach me:

My horse is about the only thing in life, that helped me love and trust again. This is because my childhood was full of psychological and mental abuse, I have moved schools over 8 times (because I kept moving suburbs and schools would find out how my mother treated me) and moved into different family's back and forth over 5 times. Because of this I developed many issues, who knows how many diagnoses a doctor could make on me, but I know I would never take a doctors medicine, because horses are the only therapy I need.

Horses get me through living each day ! My determination to ride and be around horses is what kept me going and has made me who I am today. Horses taught me determination, Happiness, Strength and the will to survive.

This year my grades had improved that was getting above C's and an occurrence of many B's, A's and A+'s or A++'s. This year I tried my absolute best for exams studying every day. With the thought in the back of my head "i need a good education if I want to have my ultimate equine career, which I might need to go to University for".

I have also tried my best to be good, for my auntie as she is the best person for me to live with, and she is very pleased with me. I feel as if I have found peace within myself, and happiness that I have never felt through out my whole life until now, and all because of a so called "stupid" herbivore called the Horse.
Bless you. You are gaining in strength and are going to be a strong woman.

When my Dad was suffering from a terminal illness I stayed with him as much as I possibly could but every now and then I HAD to come home and be with my animals. The time with them put me back together and gave me strength to continue.

I would drive fifty miles, spend 45 min. To an hour with my guys and then drive the fifty miles back.

Wishing you the best with a bright and happy future.
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    12-09-2012, 12:03 PM
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I am glad that you are learning from horses. I have been learning a lot as well, mainly about patience and control.
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