December 28, 2018
By Dr. Kenneth Silvestri
Dr. Ken's Monthly Column at Psychology Today Online
“Between us is the genesis of ability to perceive and respond to the complexity of this time.” —Nora Bateson
I doubt if anyone can deny that we live in a complex world. And who can disagree with the dictionary definition of complexity: the "quality or state of being composed of interconnected parts"?
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