How to Keep Moving Forward with Your Riding Even When You’re Stuck

Learning to ride and work with horses is a lifetime journey. It’s filled with ups and downs as we make progress, get stuck, perhaps take a few steps back, but then forward again.

As with any journey or process there are many times we can inevitably feel frustrated. Frustration isn’t a great emotion to feel, but not only is it almost an inevitable part of the learning process, it can actually be beneficial.

I like to think of frustration as a fine line between successfully learning something new or becoming overwhelmed and giving up.

When you are feeling frustrated, you’ve really got three choices, I’ll explain in this week’s video.

Now, it’s your turn – leave a comment and tell us about a time you were feeling frustrated with your riding and how you got through it.

See you in the comments,

Callie

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