Don’t Let Your Self-Image Become a Trap

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I’ve spent most of my life thinking of myself as unathletic.

I was active enough as a little kid, but starting in high school, I became the stereotypical nerd who hated sports. I never played on any teams, and I spent all of PE trying to do as little exercise as possible.

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I’m a lawyer and teacher from North Carolina. I write about sobriety, mental health, running, and more. Buy me a “coffee” at ko-fi.com/benyaclark.

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Benya Clark

Benya Clark

I’m a lawyer and teacher from North Carolina. I write about sobriety, mental health, running, and more. Buy me a “coffee” at ko-fi.com/benyaclark.

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