Seeking normalcy after Mt. Haig

I was no longer The Girl Who Defied Death, but The Girl Who Leaves Work Early and goes home while everyone else contributes something important to society. The feeling of care disappears. The micro-attention I'd previously pushed away left of its own accord, leaving, surprisingly, loneliness.

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How to help a loved one heal from a mountain accident

On November 14, after 19 hours of rescue effort and an overnight stint on the mountain, I was long lined by helicopter off Mt. Haig with spinal injuries. While every survivor's story and preferences are individual, I herein offer my top "to dos" and "probably nots" for interacting with the injured, in the immediate days... Continue Reading →

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