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Thanks MsE, I think I need to approach it the way I did my marathon training. One day at a time, do not look at the next day just do what it says for that day.
Also started talking to dog walkers, they are a friendly bunch!
Hi Sianz, have you tried aquarunning? People have recommended it to me and I am going to look at a classic in a couple of weeks. It is meant to be really good for injured runners!!
I work overlooking a beautiful park which is often full of joggers & I feel very weepy at times as I don't know if I'll ever be 'fixed'.
ftm42: have you tried volunteering at your local parkrun? It's helped me hugely when I've been out of running for months at a time due to various injuries (e.g. torn posterior tibial tendon, broken ankle - both from non-running accidents) and I've seen it help other people as well.
Anyone tried meditation or mindfulness?