October 28, 2018
By Dr. Kenneth Silvestri
Dr. Ken's Monthly Column at Psychology Today Online
“Next time you’re found with your chin on the ground, there’s a lot to be learned, so look around.”
---Frank Sinatra (from the song “High Hopes”)
There’s a large health food supermarket in my town determined to make its parking spaces much narrower. I am always amazed when I drive by and see fine-looking organic food . . .
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