One of my patients described being able to find the right flavor of crackers in the grocery aisle with ease for the first time in many years.
This was an important goal for him because he wanted to be able to find the exact kind he wanted without asking his wife. He wanted to go down one aisle while she went down another.
Looking at expressions on faces across the room or across the dinner table is described as “really connecting” with another person again, and “the first time I have seen their faces while eating together in many years.”
Dr. Patti Fuhr July 15, 2019