As we all know shooting, especially hunting at long range can take a mental toll on us at times. We all have been on our game and we have struggled to find some game. I went out to my Texas leases for a little spring hog hunting. I found some pigs early in the day and fired a very simple 100 yard shot. Expecting the pig to fall over, he ran past me, (I think he was laughing too) and had no signs of being hit. After some investigation, not blood, no pig. Right on que, that voice in my head started tearing me up over the miss. So I enter back to the lodge for a little target practice. My 338 rum put a group of three together like she always does .2 at 100. The voice said told ya!! The rest of the week was the same, miss after miss. So now my nerves are at a all time high and I couldn't hit the broadside of a barn at 25 yards. Have been here before and will have to work through everything to get me back in the game. I would love to hear what you guys and gals do when things aren't going your way. What tricks, knowledge, etc do you use to work through it?