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The Climb

Mountain ClimbingThis photo was taken by P, a West Coast woman who loves how the mountains make her feel.  She watched as her mom struggled with depression during a long illness that she eventually succumbed to. P herself struggles on and off with mild depression and anxiety that is controlled but plays a definite part in her life. In spite of that she loves the outdoors, travel and a good book. These are the things that give her the greatest joy and peace, along with family and friends.

About this photo: “This particular picture was taken on Mount Rainier in Washington State. A team member negotiates a tricky and shrinking snow bridge to arrive at Base Camp Schurman, the base for the summit climb the next day.”

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4 comments on “The Climb

  1. seeker
    December 27, 2012

    Climbing out of depression is akin to climbing Mt. Everest, there is so much danger involved. Beautiful picture to describe depression

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  2. luro97
    December 29, 2012

    Beautiful photo. Must be such a glorious climb.

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    • P.
      January 13, 2013

      Appreciate your feedback. Yes it was!

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  3. P.
    January 29, 2013

    Yes it sure can be can’t it. Never looked at it that way. Good analogy. Thank you.

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