Angela lost her partner Scott almost three years ago in a climbing accident. In this interview she delves into her experience of grief and loss while continuing to climb at a professional level. Angela mentions the difficulty of finding mental health support from someone who understand climbing, and who is able to affordably practice with someone who is on the road and traveling for most off the year. She emphasizes the importance of being gentle with yourself during the grieving process, and acknowledging that you are not always going to be able to hold grief with grace and that this is truly okay. She hopes that in the future there will be more resources for individuals who are seeking mental health professionals who specifically know how to deal with grief in the climbing community.