Behaving badly or struggling with something difficult: applies to horse too

I see so many similarities between raising children and educating horses. I took this screen shot in February of 2016 and it is still on my phone because it rings true for me…in all relationships.

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  1. Katarina on January 23, 2021 at 10:46 am

    Thanks Stacy this is soooo true Also sometimes I say to me if I can handle a class of teenagers I can handle my horse. And if I can handle my horse, I can handle the class. (I’m a teacher and need some self talk on my way to either places)

  2. Ginny Telego on January 17, 2021 at 9:13 am

    I love this. It applies to the people we are working with in our organizations as well. Thanks for sharing Stacy!

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