"Courageous care partners recharge with self-care, striving for peaceful pinnacles
in patience, persistence, and positive 
changes, knowing when to conquer and when to comfort."

Forced perspective?

Oct 17, 2022 by Eileen Adler

Forced perspective is a technique which captures optical illusions, op art, to make objects seem farther away, closer, larger, or smaller than they are. Human visual perception is influenced by observing these relationships.

These illusions trick our brain into misunderstanding what we see in various ways. Sometimes, we may want to study our optical perspective of our care receiver, understanding leads to compassion and love. Questioning our perspective enables us to obtain a level of awareness, helping us appreciate why our care receiver behaves or thinks a certain way.

P.S. I thought the chair was broken too.







Look again . . .  “The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.”

 —Robertson Davies



Look closely – I totally missed this one.

Look again. Do you see a cow in a pasture poking her head over the wire mesh fencing?

Her two eyes are begging us to see her!