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Is TV the New Gin and Our Drug of Choice?

Free time and work loss have released us to obsessively turn to TV to dull our financial and health woes.

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As a cure for worrying, work is better than whiskey. — Ralph Waldo Emerson




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Dr. Patricia Farrell

Dr. Patricia Farrell

Dr. Farrell is a psychologist, consultant, author, interested in writing, and health. Website:

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