One of the challenges for survivors and caregivers is to maintain their hope that an adverse situation will improve or completely disappear. Since each person reacts in his or her own way to adversity, the existence of a single solution to overcoming adversity-related despair and depression seems unlikely. A plausible solution seems to be the right combination of optimism, trust, action, and hope for each specific survivor and caregiver. In the following video, Kim Silverman uses magic to explain how we can improve the quality of life by correctly dealing with adversity-related despair and depression.
- What adversity are you facing?
- What action could reduce or eliminate your adversity?
- What are you doing to reduce or eliminate your adversity?
- How do you measure success in overcoming your adversity?
- How may I help?
Thanks to Esther for sharing the video, Kim Silverman Ph.D. for sharing the connection between magic and hope, TEDx San Jose for selecting the presentation, YouTube for hosting the video, and all the other people who contributed to the picture and/or video I included in this post.