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When people ask me why I run, I almost never mention my little monsters.
I say I run because I like eating what I want, or because I think running keeps me healthy, or some other made-up excuse.
Immediately following a defeat, it’s easy to find ourselves trying to discern how much was our fault, and how much was out of our control.
Despite the appeal, try to avoid being too hard on yourself during these times. Try not to assume more blame than you deserve.
Turns out, seeking satisfaction may not be as straightforward as it seems.
Stopping on a long run is catastrophic for two reasons, one of them obvious, the other sneaky.