Lessons from My Favorite Dentist

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Dr. David Morris died a few weeks ago at the age of 83. Fortunately, his family was with him, and it was peaceful. He was my dentist when I was a teenager and the father of one of my best friends.

People don’t often have fond memories of their dentists, but I do, and I learned a lot from his example. Here are four things I learned from Dr. Morris.

You Can Teach Without Lecturing

As my dentist (and as every dentist since), he told me I needed to floss more often. But he didn’t do it in a

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