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  1. Dr. Simon, I am not a good singer, and yet I love to sing. It is an emotional release. Singing in church works well, because my (not great) voice just blends in with everyone else :)

    I do have what might be a little tip for you. When my kids were little, I bought them small harps called music maker lap harps. It was “for them,” but I found myself drawn to playing those little harps myself. They are a cinch to play. The music fits under the strings, and they sound beautiful. It’s very relaxing and uplifting to play this little instrument, and no musical training is required.

    1. Thank you so much, Katherine, for sharing this. I certainly know what you mean about the “emotional release.” And I’m going to follow-up on your tip. It sounds intriguing.

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