My daughter turned 16 years old last year, and at that time my ex-wife and I knew we had an issue. Since 5th grade, we knew our daughter had mental health issues and were optimistic that we could tackle this problem head-on. Here we are today and we were wrong, which can be defeating. A… Continue reading My Daughter Needs Help and I Am Sending Her Away…It Sucks
It’s official…my 16-year-old daughter is on the autism spectrum. This is not really a surprise since for the last several years we have been to OT’s, special schools, psychologists, psychiatrists, etc. So why announce this out loud now…because its for my own mental health. When raising children, you will do whatever you think is best… Continue reading My Daughter Has Autism and That Is Hard to Say Out Loud
Having a running partner can be one of the most important things in your running life. This person will always be there for you from early morning or late afternoon runs, you support each other through the ups and downs of being a runner. A good running partner could be an acquaintance, close friend, or… Continue reading Find Your Perfect Running Partner
Having a long conversation with my girlfriend the other day we started discussing where our future is heading? Dating 5 years now, we have had an incredible relationship with lots of laughs, travel, adventures, etc. She has watched my daughters grow 5 years older into their teens and has also experienced my daughters growing 5… Continue reading Feeling the Agony of Defeat, Life After Divorce
Over the last year as I get closer to age 50, I am definitely experiencing signs of aging. Not the signs you would think, but those little things that sneak up on you and then realize….oh crap I am turning into my parents. So let us come together and see if you are part of… Continue reading If You Relate to These 5 Things, Join the Club
I will overcome and if you feel this way I hope that you work on finding those signs that provide awareness so that you can Act and not have to React.
As a runner what would you do?
After years of experimenting with different methods of making myself more “stable” there is one thing that consistently works every time and that is exercise.