Escaping black days

Escaping black days

Black days are described by Chris Cornell as the times when everything in life is off base, and it occurred nearly surreptitiously. Dozens of negative changes add up, rather than one catastrophic event causing the damage.

These are harder to notice in real time, because no single event seems that bad. Instead, the change is finally noticed when taking a new perspective. Getting back on track requires big changes rather than trying to nudge back on track.

escaping-black-days.jpeg by Andrew Maury