Carolyn Count Photography
During treatment for a
serious illness, many other corollary illnesses and crises occur.
The patient is assigned to their hospital room; emotionally and mentally, they travel far. Fear, doubt,
resignation, and depression may rule their emotions. Their body's
responses, issues of life and death, are beyond their normal
control. Anger, the result of therapeutic indignities endured, allows some to find within themselves a fighting spirit.
This often allows an incongruous ability to find humor,
an openness to the influence of unseen forces.