Tag: mother runner

Searching for Peace Amidst Despair

  It’s been 46 days since I’ve run.       Forty-six days ago I hurt myself while training for a half marathon.  I was devastated.  I read up on running injuries and followed all the advice – I iced, I took ibuprofen, I stretched, I rested, you name it.  After a torturous week of

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Down. Discouraged. Disappointed.

After having my sons I started running with the sole intention of losing the baby weight.  Since then I’ve had a love/hate relationship with running. I ran a few 5Ks this spring and felt pretty good about myself, but then something inside of me changed and I started to question, “If I can run 3.1 miles, could

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Another Mother Runner- Running for Boston

If there is one thing I have learned from the senseless and incomprehensible events that unfolded at this year’s Boston Marathon, it is this- Runners are resilient.  Runners help other runners.  In the face of great tragedy and trauma, runners run on to let the world know that they are unstoppable.  That no matter what you do,

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