What’s your mountain?

Mountains can be physical or psychological.

Last week I climbed Blencathra. I never thought when I was being told I had acromegaly 14 years ago that I would be able to walk 8 miles, never mind 8 miles up a mountain and back. You see the most obvious, lasting symptoms of my condition is that my joints are damaged. Particularly my knees, hips, elbows and hands and feet.

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Words have power. Writer, coach, therapist and speaker. I work with women to create calmer, happier lives.

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