Years ago when we lived in Pennsylvania, my next door neighbor and I would walk every single morning. Rain, sleet, heat or snow we’d be out there “getting our walk on” in the pre-dawn, pitch blackness. We’d discuss everything that was happening in life.
It was walk-therapy.
We have both moved away from the old neighborhood and our kids are grown, but we are still big walkers.
Walk therapy has become even more important to me in this time of (C-word..🙄) We have gotten to know so many of our neighbors on a much more personal level. We talk about our kids, (the C-word), the weather, our hobbies, our jobs and our pets. We talk about feeling depressed, being bored, being angry.. and having hope. We talk about how grateful we are to live in this community and how blessed we are to have each other as neighbors.
Walk therapy is totally FREE (minus the cost of a good pair of sneakers of course.)
I highly recommend it..now more than ever.