Diane Gottlieb writes open-hearted stories about people in pain who choose to grow.

Progress? – Lunch Ticket

A tongue-in-cheek look in Lunch Ticket at our fascination with, and increasing dependence on, technological advances:

“Certain parts of our memory are actually getting shorter. That’s because of what are known as transactive memory sources—we tend not to remember as much information when we rely on another to retrieve it. In other words, why bother remembering when we can just ask Google?” – Diane Gottlieb