The problem can however be seeing what it is that you are not seeing, recognising what it is that you are overlooking, dismissing or minimising. Identifying magnifications and catastrophising when it has become so ingrained.
To do this we encourage you to approach things on multiple levels, each of which has the ability to expand your perspective, helping you to not only recognise and address these distortions but also introduce new options, opportunities and potential.
One of the first of these is mindfulness, because it is so prominent at the moment and because as a technique it has the ability to not only expand your perspective but also help you in other ways such as refocusing as a way to manage stress.
In fact we look at mindfulness in our Emotionally Aware course as well, precisely for this reason. But for now you may ask, how does mindfulness fit in to an investigation of fact. How relevant is it in this context.
Very relevant in fact, something which is best illustrated by pointing out two mindfulness related techniques used in investigating a crime. Can you guess what they are?