I am drafting a story about a man who becomes stranded in the wilderness, but am having difficulty in deciding which background I would like to apply to my character. So far, I am mulling two backstories that will impact the overall scope of the story; 1) depressed man in his early 30s who has no interest in his life. His old passions of sports, movies, and music have waned considerably and it has impacted his social life. His girlfriend of four years left him and he no longer has desire to see old friends. The wilderness would be used to help him rediscover what it means to be alive. 2) an executive at a corporation looking to carve a portion of national wilderness. He only thinks of the almighty dollar and has lost his ability to appreciate what it means to be alive. I would look to have him become stranded in the exact wilderness which he seeks to destroy to give him appreciation for the land and his life. Any advice would be appreciated.