Okay so I could have called this "Cross Trouble" with less drama, I just think "Cross Crisis" sounds better! SO I never used to have this trouble before, something's changed, anyway when I do a cross it's the usual thing, step back with my right foot, then bring the left leg over the right. Only problem is I'm not getting out of it right anymore. I can't remember what I used to do. When I bring the left leg over the right, it seems like I shouldn't actually step on the left, so the left is again the next to move, isn't that the way it works? But I can't walk back with the left without tripping up because the right leg is still in the way. I've kind of thought through it logically and worked out that I could do three things, none of them seem right though. Actually step on the left, then the right is next to move and I can go backwards without anything being "in the way", this is tempting but I don't think I ever learned your supposed to step on the left after crossing. Or use the left foot to move, but go forwards now instead of backwards, honestly this seems like the best choice. OR, I supose, kind of "circumvent" the right leg with the left, and go backward but swing the left leg around in a big ark so it doesnt bang into the right on the way. This one seems a bit wrong but who knows . Any better ways of doing it ?