Tag Archives: Perception

Look at the Bright SideOn February 1st of 2004, I lost a daughter to a rare bone marrow disease known as Fanconi’s (aplastic) Anemia. She died at home, surrounded by her loving family, as we pushed her over the edge with one morphine cocktail after another to ease her transition into the afterlife. At the time, it was one of the most difficult things I had ever had to experience. Fifteen months later to the day, my wife killed herself as a result, the difference in how we coped with Niki’s death and ultimately whether we survived it, came down to a difference of perspective. (more…)


Category: Unwind the Mind

Gratitude is an Attitude, embracing the Attitude of GratitudeWhat are you grateful for today? I ask this of almost every person who I meet with who claims to suffer from depression, the most common response is either a blank stare or simply “Nothing, I have nothing to be grateful for”. ┬áLet’s try again, look at the picture to the left and tell me, what could you be grateful for if you wanted to be grateful for something? (more…)


Category: Gratitude