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Ping Pong Advice For the Forlorn

    I play well against the moribund, the sclerotic, the prepubertal and just about all the cachexic gomers I meet.  But I don’t do so hot against people who can actually hit the ball back to me with some consistency.   Between you and...

The Story of Job

   Recently, after the group met for our weekly session, it occurred to me that maybe my insistence on Pongers playing a certain way – MY WAY – was not the Right Way.   Maybe My Way Or The Highway is not the most prudent or tactful approach...

Don’t Worry Be Happy – Part III

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is, as it’s name suggests, is a form of talk therapy which combines elements of thinking (cognitive) and behavioral disciplines.  It grew out of behavioral theories as developed by John Watson and B.F. Skinner, and the cognitive...

Don’t Worry, Be Happy – Part II

     In Part I we met the “hole puncher” – my emotionally intense goombah who took fist to wall when things weren’t proceeding … shall we say, swimmingly.   Now I’ll introduce you to another example of a guy with ‘control’ issues but with...

My Keys to PD

This post is courtesy of Bruce Ballard, a 3P Board Member, and first appeared on his blog, Parking Suns, on April 7, 2019. Thank you for sharing this with us, Bruce! A few years ago, the Parkinson’s Foundation published an online article titled “Improving Brain...

3P 2019 Unity Walk

Thanks so much to those who were able to donate to our walk this past Saturday! It meant a lot to all of us and it was a wonderful event. (For those who were not able to, but would like to it is still possible here: Margie's 3P Unity Walk page.) We had over 20 people...

Don’t Worry, Be Happy – Part I

I was playing this guy in the club in the side room about 4 years ago and it was a close match.  After a lengthy rally, I won the point with a fantastic decisive forehand shot that should have sent a sonic boom across the main room and toward the center of...

Stop With The Chicharones (pork rinds), Okay?

I got a friend who eats bacon for breakfast, lunch and dinner. He calls himself a Bacontarian. He has had carotid artery angioplasty (to clean out all the bacon that lines his carotid arteries) plus a few stents. You want that? I don’t think so. You can do something....

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