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Lucky/Unlucky and Bad Things vs. Good Things

Confessions of an AA Event Rider and Convicted Over Thinker had a very interesting post on this topic . She confessed to feeling humiliated, unlucky, and always having bad things happen to her. That's a HUGE confession and yet, she's only speaking how we all feel with horses sometimes/usually/all-the-time/pick your frequency. I wrote on her page and thought I'd include some excerpts here. If you think I'm erring in any way, please feel free to say so in the comments! "It's not about you. It's about the horse. It's taken me (and I still need work on it) a thousand years to realize that ultimately, it's the horse and it's how you respond. You're working with an animal - an animal that while smart and beautiful, requires learning a whole new language in order to communicate. And learning that language defies rational thinking. I completely get the feelings humiliation, shame, and ego-deflation. But they have no place in your work with yo

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