I'm 18, I've never broken any bones or had any major season-ender injuries. Every time that ski season is approaching, my mind goes through this death spiral - I think about how much could go wrong within one whole season, and how something really shitty or painful could happen this time around. This mindset almost just defeats me and makes me want to stop skiing altogether (though of course I'd never actually follow through with it).
Overall, I ski within my comfort zone and push myself reasonably. I'm not reckless. But I do know that injuries can happen from the most simple things. I just moved to Bozeman so this is going to be my first full ski season actually having a place to ski within reasonable driving distance. It's something that seems too good to be true for me, which fuels my fear of it being taken away for whatever reason. Do you guys have any tips on how you stop from psyching yourself out?