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Taking it to the extreme: Counseling and adventure sports By Bethany Bray
18th Mar

2015

There is a saying often repeated among people who skydive, bungee jump, white water raft or take part in other adventure sports: “We take risk not to escape life but to keep life from escaping.” This phrase that encapsulates the ...

29th Nov

2014

http://www.alpinist.com/doc/web07f/rb-erik-monasterio-mountaineering-medicine/2

5th Sep

2014

http://alexstraaik.com/2013/02/26/loving-strongly-suffering-greatly-the-physical-psychological-effects-of-grief-and-trauma/

5th Sep

2014

http://alexstraaik.com/2013/11/09/getting-your-sexy-and-neurotransmitters-on-the-benefits-of-fitness/

5th Sep

2014

Interesting Blog, Amit had a random accident while traveling via bike. What an amazing explorer of life. http://healingpilgrim.com/a-little-tale-about-me/

21st May

2014

All of us who have sat with our backs against a sun-warmed slab of mountain learn one thing after even a few minutes: Sunny rock is beautiful, but it’s also really hard and unforgiving. There is nothing more powerfully ...

7th May

2014

Of all the dangers we face in the outdoors, the most difficult one is that of trust. The power of nature is something that we accept; the power of other forces over us is a conflict. Vulnerability feels like something we can control by ...

27th Apr

2014

From the blog, Sprinter Life-Reclaiming the pursuit of happiness It was June, 1997, and whitewater kayaking was experiencing a golden age. All disciplines of the sport were peaking, from freestyle to slalom racing, and at the front of ...

27th Apr

2014

No one heads out the door in the morning saying, “Today is the day I am going to die in an avalanche.” So how do we go from kissing our loved ones good-bye in the morning to the misfortune of being caught in an avalanche ...