W6R3 All done woop woop

Well I'm officially a runner, well if Laura says it, it must be true!

I'm actually starting to think that way and I've not even graduated yet. But, I was in a foul mood this morning as I've found out my 5 year old son is being bullied. My first thought was that I needed to go for a run to clear my head before I spoke to the school. Even a couple of weeks ago I would not have thought that. It just shows me how much this programme has changed me, no just physically but mentally too.

Bring on week 7!


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  • So sorry you son is being bullied, it's better to deal with these things with a clear head, so glad the run helped. The mental benefits are HUGE.

  • Hi there runner !!! Well done you!

    So, so many benefits to this running aren't there.. it gives us a whole new perspective on some things :)

    Hope your small one's problem gets sorted... as an ex Primary teacher I know the worry it causes the little one. :)

  • I had a very productive chat with the school and fingers crossed the problem may have been sorted as the parents of the lad causing trouble had no idea and were apparently mortified. My boy came home from school in a happy mood so I'm a happy mum!

    I'm glad that my run allowed me to talk to the school calmly and clearly!

  • That is so good... everything is so heightened for little ones...you did really well to get your head clear and what a happy outcome :)

    I love my running, not least of all for the clarity it gives.. giving us the time to lose stress, work things out, clear our minds and regain perspective :)

    Go you! getting closer by the moment :)

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