Well panda... I wish I could feel the same. I truly do... but I'm a bit less optimistic. I mean: look at what optimism did for pandas - there aren't many left
If we (or some of us) are a bit "in the dumps", then that's because she literally said she felt her wrist needed rest urgently
... and that she should have it checked again (NOT one-of-many routine hospital checks, like you seem to think...)
If you truly believe she has learned to listen to her body, then you have to accept her worries, not dismiss them. They seem genuine.
But you only can "listen to your body" to a rather limited extend: it's very difficult to read. Sometimes you have to go through some discomfort to overcome it ("what doesn't kill you makes you stronger"
)... while at other times those first signs are like red ligths, warning you to stop immediately. NOBODY can read all the signs unerringly all of the time. Being intelligent or mature has nothing to do with that.
My only hope is that she worries too much, since once she may have worried too little... It would be perfectly understandable after all.
About the tiredness: that was to be expected, indeedy - I don't think anybody is really worrying about that.
And finally about the clay-season: in this case I think she does know best. If she says clay is harder to her wrist right now, then I'm sure she knows what she's talking about. And if she mentions it in her diary, then she is thinking about it... so maybe it would indeed be best if she dropped one or two tournies on clay.