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By Susan Hagen, University of Rochester
Shelves of stuffed animals sold at nursing home gift shop
Walking by the gift shop at my mother-in-law's nursing home, I did a double take. The shelves were lined with stuffed animals. My first thought was, why are they here? This is not a place with kids. Then I realized, it's for the 80- and 90-year-old residents.
phone therapy
Talking with a therapist on the phone may be more helpful for depressed patients than coming to a therapist's office.
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You probably remember the scene. Alvy Singer, played by Woody Allen, is obsessing about the fact that his new girlfriend, Annie Hall (Diane Keaton), doesn't like to have sex without smoking a joint first. So he goes for a walk and interrogates strangers about their sex lives, including a nebbishy-looking old man.
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