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SkatingThru2012 · 4d ago

Excerpt 19, CYCLING in the CITY

There’s a secret to making a successful change. Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 1W ago

Excerpt 18: CYCLING in the CITY

Why you need to understand "mental games" and how to defend yourself against them: "People don’t like change –not in themselves, and not in others." Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 2W ago

Excerpt 17, CYCLING in the CITY

You have to establish your WHY for making the change, and it has to be strong enough to carry you through the path of resistance we now know is inevitable. Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 3W ago

Excerpt 16 from CYCLING in the CITY

[These excerpts are from CYCLING in the CITY — How I Got My Confidence Back, Book 2 in the Burnout to Bliss series. Book 2 is about a first step in recovery after intense burnout. (For that ...
SkatingThru2012 · 1M ago

Excerpt 15 from CYCLING in the CITY

Why do we have so much trouble making simple little changes in our lives? The personality does not want to change. The personality likes its routine. It might follow along for a little while...
SkatingThru2012 · 1M ago

Excerpt 14 from CYCLING in the CITY

The test showed up on another ride ... when I met a retired military guy.
SkatingThru2012 · 1M ago

Excerpt 13 from CYCLING in the CITY

Somehow, in the process of regaining my confidence and self-respect with my little bicycle project, I also got off the fence about suicide. Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 1M ago

Excerpt 12 from CYCLING in the CITY

The library ride helped me understand my fear of riding, the loneliness, and why I was so addicted to keeping a journal. Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 2M ago

Excerpts 10-11 from CYCLING in the CITY

My goals were both physical and emotional. I wanted to get exercise. I wanted to get back in shape. But I also wanted my confidence and self-esteem back! Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 2M ago

Excerpt 9, CYCLING in the CITY

I would use my special education skills to develop a program that would heal that woman, move her from where she was to where she wanted to be. And her bicycle was the vehicle that would get...