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Comment on The Day I Quit Rock Climbing by Daniel Ahn

SHARING IS CARING!
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I learned in child/adolescent development that, when growing up, kids use their parents as a ‘secure base’.

You see this behavior in puppies when they walk behind your legs, kids at the park when they aren’t sure about going down the big metal slide – people need a safe zone to return to when the outside world seems scary.

Climbing, like anything we do, can become that safe zone. As you said – you need to take a step away from climbing to appreciate it for what it is, but also use it as a base to continue exploring and growing.



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