Qualified psychiatrist and scientist Daniel Brent looks back over his life – his relationship with his parents and how it shaped his relationship with his own children, and his use of meditation to gain insights into problems and issues that arose.
He met his wife, Martha, while a fellow student. She realised that he was suffering from depression at university when he seemed to withdraw into himself. Her rescuing him brought them together and she continued to support him in his decisions throughout their life together.
This is the story of life, its fragility, and how individuals experience it, how their perceptions can affect both their choices and those around them.
About the Author
Sarah Johnson Brent is a neuroscientist working in psychiatry. She is married with two young children and leads a busy life. She likes to meditate to counterbalance it.
She has served on numerous committees and has published over seventy peer-reviewed papers, as well as reviewing those of others, making radio and television appearances, writing newspaper articles and doing public presentations.
In this book, she uses her experiences to explore the question of what life is really about. She is currently working on her second book, while pursuing her scientific career.
|Author:||Sarah Johnson Brent|
|Publication Date:||28th August 2015|
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