Making decisions can be paralyzing and todays world involves ever increasing expectations to make more decisions. This is often under the back drop of less time and higher stress. Even those who attempt to help by presenting an alternative narrative sometimes inadvertently add to the paralysis.
At a young age David Hood was forced to make decisions, in many ways they were decisions no one should have to make. At the same time those difficult beginnings helped to create someone able to claw back from even the biggest failures. Today he is a social worker helping people facing what is often the most difficult phases of their lives.
This site is a nexus point. It is a place where theory, experience, observation, and analysis gather. It serves the author as a place to see trends, set goals, and reflect. This site is public because it maybe of use to more than just its author.