|About the Book|
The second book in the series by the author of A Journey in the Fog of Depression: A Military Officers Experience- Discover how he utilizes his ability to define processes in the development of a game changing, step by step model, that blossoms intoMoreThe second book in the series by the author of A Journey in the Fog of Depression: A Military Officers Experience- Discover how he utilizes his ability to define processes in the development of a game changing, step by step model, that blossoms into a fascinating fresh look deep into our own unique experiences.Imagine how the serendipitous influences of a Roman philosopher, ordered to commit suicide- A French Post-Impressionist painter who places thousands of small colorful dots on a piece of canvas- And a young boy watching a cartoon, fixated on a single commercial all contribute to the development of a unique method used to discover experiences which contributed to his own depression.Through a detailed and conversationalist approach, he takes the intangible form of an experience and transforms them into a three dimensional object. Using only pencil, graph paper, and pocket change- he graphically demonstrates each step in detail.Learn how the young boy turned military officer finds himself sitting in his family room, alone, severely depressed, and contemplating his own suicide muttering the words: The quickest path to freedom is through any vein in your body. The phrase echoes in his mind, resonating, and haunting him. Carrying him deeper into the fog of his depression.How did these seemingly disparate events so profoundly influence his Journey with depression? How did he formulate a parallelism with such a dark quote contrasted against a work of art?A compelling book of hope and a unique dissection of the human experience. Developed for the sole purpose of enhancing todays existing therapies available to our active duty personnel, veterans, and their families suffering the devastating effects of depression.Won’t you join the author on his journey out of the fog?