Here’s a short example of a tip from the book:
“Occupational therapists have a concept they call the just-right challenge. When a person is trying to rehabilitate, too little challenge will not do anything and too much will only cause overwhelm and collapse. You want to find that just right quality, where the task feels just a teeny bit past what you can do, but then you find you can do it. So you keep pushing, and you keep getting a little bit better, and one day you realize you’ve gotten pretty darn strong.”
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