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becky

I am so glad you are finding the solution to your ankle! It will be so nice to have that better!

Jennifer Larson

I just wanted to tell you that I feel for you. I developed plantar faciitis in my foot last June, and nothing has helped. I went back to the doctor, and like you, the latest treatment (cortosone shot) helped. Here's to hope.

Britt

I'm glad that there might be something to do for your ankle. I hope it turns around quickly and that you're running just like you want to. The PT's remedy reminds me of my own problem - my tailbone. I've had tailbone problems for years, and I've been worried that I might have to have it removed (my mom had to have hers removed, so I feared it was a genetic issue). Then one day a doctor told me to do kegels... you know... those things we're supposed to be doing all the time to solve a million different problems... and you know what? Flexing my ----- has actually made my tailbone stop hurting as often. Who knew?

Wendy

So glad there is hope for your ankle situation. Know how much running means to you.

Thanks for the quote by Carl Jung. I began editing my most recent novel (about a teen with low self-esteem who learns to believe in herself by first believing in the power of a good luck charm and then learning to change her self-talk). So, I get what you're saying about mental preparation. I will think good thoughts for you, as well.

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