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klynbo2


Nov 15, 2011, 1:11 PM
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Emotional Responses to Adventure Accidents
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I am doing a research project on the emotional responses of survivors of adventure accidents. If you have been in any mountaineering/climbing/boating/skiing accident, I would love for you to fill out my survey if you are wiling to share your experience.
Your answers will be anonymous. I will post the results when I am finished.
Thanks for your support! Here is the link:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PVYLDG5


wonderwoman


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klynbo2 wrote:
I am doing a research project on the emotional responses of survivors of adventure accidents. If you have been in any mountaineering/climbing/boating/skiing accident, I would love for you to fill out my survey if you are wiling to share your experience.
Your answers will be anonymous. I will post the results when I am finished.
Thanks for your support! Here is the link:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PVYLDG5

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Gabel


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Is this for some kind of thesis you are doing? I'd like to hear more about your project and I think you should have some kind of introductory statement on the page about aims and use of private data.

In a way I feel that I have changed forever since my accident. I have made choices now that I probably wouldn't have made before (or at least to that extent) and I am certain about the momentariness (volatileness?) of life. If there are things you want to do in life you should probably do them now because there might be no "later" for you.
I never really came back to roped climbing (yet! Wink), but that is probably the smallest of matters.


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