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This will pass.....burnout is normal in anything you do where you focus your attention so thoroughly. Take a break and do something else for a while. Maybe just go out for a quick evening sail/cruise to watch the sunset.

Even on days when I'm "on the fence" about going sailing....I push myself and just go....because, and it never fails, once I'm out on the boat and under sail, I'm SO HAPPY I went sailing! Never fails.....
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Re: What happened to Chris & Cate?

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This will pass.....burnout is normal in anything you do where you focus your attention so thoroughly. Take a break and do something else for a while. Maybe just go out for a quick evening sail/cruise to watch the sunset.

Even on days when I'm "on the fence" about going sailing....I push myself and just go....because, and it never fails, once I'm out on the boat and under sail, I'm SO HAPPY I went sailing! Never fails.....
Good advice. My 7 year old boy is like that. At the house I say let's go to the beach. He says I don't like the beach. I drag him to the beach anyway. It is now nearly sunset and I cannot get him to leave the beach.

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Untie those dock lines and do some local sailing. Then do what you got to do to make you boat perfectly safe (think you have mentioned you need to replace the standing rigging) and start planning your longer trip. And thanks for being honest about what is going on. Hang in there.
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