As a writer, blogger there are often times when you get scooped. My friend, Neuro Vantage, a brilliant neuroscientist who is one day going to cure me posted this earlier today at the same time I was writing something very similar. It’s too good not to share and much better than what I was preparing. I promise I will share an original post very soon. Thank you as always for your ongoing support! And, Neuro Vantage…thank you!
Life is hard: this understatement comes to my mind whenever I hear news from a friend about a tragedy in an individual’s life. There are some situations in which there appears no escape, like being trapped on the roof of a burning building. I guess you could jump off the side and end it quickly.
What would I do in an impossible situation?
I hear of a friend who has lost her job, she’s 58, single and has to stay home to care for her sick mother (who has dementia). She’s depressed and lonely, as many of us would be in such a situation.
I also learn of a colleague who has a broken family because of a husband’s mental disorder, and she is trying to keep it together. She doesn’t have control over the situation and can only grasp what she can, her kids and finances (maybe not the finances…
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