Archive for June, 2006

Dreaming Your Way to Pain Free Living

June 29th, 2006

6/29/2006 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time A boy in an ordinary working-class family in Glasgow, Scotland, is grateful to reach age 17 without having his face disfigured by being beat up, as most young boys were. How did he get from there to working for IBM for 20 years, reaching Executive level? It has […]

The Excitement of Learning

June 15th, 2006

If anyone had told me I would be starting what amounts to a whole new career at age 63, I would not have believed them. Yet, that’s what I am doing. And as part of the launch of my program for psychotherapists (and eventually, everybody who wants to grow and master their emotions), I am […]

Permission to Be a Perpetual Teenager?

June 6th, 2006

Remember the name! Dr. Emil Coccaro, chairman of psychiatry at the University of Chicago’s medical school, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, and two of his medical colleagues, has just given us evidence from biology and cognitive science that Intermittent Explosive Disorder is a real “illness,” for which people can be diagnosed, medicated […]