Jul 22, 2021
Season 4, Episode 56 | Carrie Answers a Question: Ric’s Request
How do I come to terms with or accept that I can no longer do exactly what I had hoped to do? I never let that dream go. After four years, I should but I can't.
This week, co-host and mental skills coach Carrie Jackson answers a question from listener Ric J. Carrie gives Ric a great big audio hug, helping him to reflect on what was meaningful to him about his sport and find new ways to get excited and inspired.
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