Between You and Me: Informed Choices by Gina Calhoun
Before being hospitalized for long periods of time, grocery stores in my town were relatively small and choices were rather limited. When I came out of long-term hospitalization, grocery stores had ‘grown up’. Many stores today sell food, make-up, cleaning supplies, pharmacy items, etc… and choices are practically unlimited. In this environment, choice can be an overwhelming experience. For this reason, going to the store to buy food was, and still is, a complicated process for me.