|04-03-2012, 03:12 PM||#1|
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Novel Sunday II
Let’s read a book together. I found this one soon after arriving at the Cuyahoga Falls public library and now it is my newest favorite book of all time. I want to post about it each Sunday for a while.
The title is New – Understanding our need for novelty and change by Winifred Gallagher.
I’ve found that I like reading about how we came to be the way we are by evoking its evolutionary advantage. This explains that which is often inexplicable otherwise and often highlights the unconscious motivation that is the remnant of our kluge of a brain. After all, most of us have one.
Do you approach patients in a manner similarly, or does this devolve into "finding something "fun to do"? Perhaps that should be left for activity directors.
It should elicit the neophilic and not the neophobic.
Barrett L. Dorko P.T.
Last edited by Barrett Dorko; 04-03-2012 at 03:16 PM.
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