Over forty years of running, mostly for competition, putting in thousands of miles, much of it alone, and quite a bit of it in the dark of night or early morning. My friend since 1998, Caytha Jentis pointed out to me, all the time I spent alone running on the roads here and there was a form of therapy. I laughed at Caytha, 'How ridiculous I thought' She insisted I write down my thoughts that occurred during the miles of running that I put down on the pavement and elsewhere. Caytha cajoled me, "You really need to write a book on what goes through your mind when you run." At this point she had seen my writing, albeit in email form. I thought, 'I could never do what she does. She's talented. She knows how to be social, I certainly don't. I love trees and she appears to be comfortable in a city atmosphere around tons of people. While, I'd prefer to be alone, observing people and nature from afar.' Then one day Caytha gave me the title. She said, "You've got to write this book. You meet so many people. You should call it, 'Therapy on the Run'. You know like, 'Coffee on the Go'? I think it's a great idea. You really have to do it."
Therapy on the Run
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