When you see a beautiful picture of a person standing on top of a big mountain, it’s easy to assume their life, one of adventure, must be bliss. It’s simple, right? No screens, no deadlines, just the awe of nature and moving your body in places most of us only dream of. You’re at the top of the world–you should feel it, right? But the reality is: When you live with depression, it doesn’t care where you are, how high you’ve climbed, or how many peaks you’ve bagged.  Chains of Habit brings to light Ted Hesser’s struggle with depression, in hopes of destigmatizing the conversation around mental health and encouraging everyone to get outside and get well. Check out more at mountainhardwear.com/chains-of-habit.html