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This is what I found out by running cross country with anxiety issues. It was a constant battle between my mind, body, and the environment..just like any other runner would say. But with the anxiety....completing those miles meant so much to me.

So true. If you told me that I would be running miles I would have laughed and told you that you had me confused with somebody else. I cry at some point during each run not because I'm in pain but because it reminds me how incredibly lucky I am.

"Running is alone time that lets my brain unspool the tangles that build up over days. I run, pound it out on the pavement, channel that energy into my legs, and when I'm done with my run, I'm done with it." - Rob Haneisen

Need to start running again."Running is alone time that lets my brain unspool the tangles that build up over days. I run, pound it out on the pavement, channel that energy into my legs, and when I'm done with my run, I'm done with it.