Hi, I just joined today, and thought I'd tell ya'll a little about why I'm here. I have just recently discovered my love/respect for the outdoors. First off, I'm 27, and from Texas. I figure I better give ya'll some of my history, as it might be important in climbing. In may, 1990, I was in a severe car/train accident, that killed my little brother and a family friend, and hospitalized me for 91 days with a severe frontal lobe injury, when the paramedics found me I had no pulse, or heartbeat, I was comatose for over a week, and had to learn to do everything all over again, ever since then, I've suffered from depression, and survivors guilt. I've been to therapists since I was 7, and just fairly recently found one that works. In the 5th grade, I started having complex partial seizures, but I have gotten them under control now, so now after a long battle with depression, and multiple other medical issues, I finally seem to have them under control, and I'm trying to get back to the gym like I was(5 days a week, rain or shine.) The closest to actual mountain climbing, that I've actually done, was a 2.6 mile hike, in the smokies, so I need someone who can give me some pointers. Where would be the best place for me to start?