I'm doing a small fencing around a garden bed in front of my home. Please see the attached image that shows the layout of the area I'm fencing in. The "x's" in image represent where the t-posts have been placed. I quickly found out after I put up a couple of rows of wire and used wire tighteners that several of the t-posts started getting pulled down and leaning. So, I need to brace the t-posts. I looked online and found the wedge loc option of bracing. My first question is if this is a good option or if there is perhaps a better option to brace the t-posts. Secondly, from where the t-posts are placed, which t-posts should be braced and in what direction should the braces be placed? Also, for the t-posts that have been pulled and are leaning, is there a good method to get those straightened upright? Or, should I just pull them up and then reset them back into the ground? If I pull the t-posts up and reseat them, is there a tool or good method to pull them up instead of just digging them out? I'd like to find the easiest way to fix them. This is the first time I'm attempting to put up a wire fence using t-posts and didn't realize I needed to brace the t-posts around curves and corners. Everything was going great until the three t-posts started getting pulled over. It's a learning experience. Anyway, any guidance on how to properly brace the correct t-posts and get them straightened up would be appreciated. Then I can re-wire and get the wire tightened down.