I have gone through over ONE HUNDRED clips of your words, your thoughts, your emotions. I am in utter awe at how raw, open, vulnerable you have been with your feelings—and I thank you. KEEP THEM COMING!
WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR: Roughly 4-5 sentences describing a difficult/painful thing you have experienced in regards to climbing. So far, I have: death and injury, love and relationships, fear and anxiety, eating disorders, self-acceptance, trips gone bad, depression, parenthood, what happened after the accident, starting over, risk, ego, failure.
Because we tend to avoid the sad stuff, those awkward conversations that leave us hanging and not knowing what to say to other people when they tell us that someone died or they're in pain or that they're heart is broken—other than "I'm so sorry." But what happens when we talk openly about pain and weave it into a story can be really powerful. It helps us find meaning and value in struggle, and most importantly, it helps us find strength. It is necessary to talk openly about our pain in order to heal.
I know that some of you have a story. I know that some of you aren't ready to tell it. But if you're feeling brave today, I invite you to share it (DMs welcome.) 📷 @chris_vultaggio
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