Nausea Unto Death?

Responsibility

Discovering Peace of Mind

I became the person I always wanted to be

Part II: “Fix Society. Please!”

Canaries in the Mine of Civilization

Part I: “Fix Society. Please!”

Where Biology Meets Psychology

Tomorrow's Healing Today

Healing Around the World

Bali: Shangri-La Found and Lost

In Search of Shangri La

Ebola and Medicine

Public Health: Proactive vs. Reactive Approaches

Pillars of Tomorrow’s Medicine Today

Finding the Soul of Medicine

Building an International Medical Society

An Once of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

Are Patients Statistics or Persons?

Are You an Average Person?

Depression

Weltanschauung & Folie à Plusieurs

Discover Your Self Through Photography

Mirror, Mirror, on The Wall, Who's the Fairest of Them All?

Why Is It Easier to Organize Evil Than Good?

Neglected Values in the World of Facts?

Finding Happiness

The return of Scared Rabbit, Angry Bear, and Clever Fox.

Psychological Testing Without Psychological Tests

Value Science and Moral Mathematics

Value Science in a Nutshell Continued

Discovering moral science beyond good and evil

Value Science in a Nutshell

Truth is Beauty, if Poet Keats is Right. But, is Truth Goodness?

The New Coed: Pride of Appearance Lost?

Is the loss of pride-of-appearance something that should concern us?

Love and Politics

Love, Personality, Politics

Values: Humble Origin and Great Consequences

Are You a Feeler, Doer or Thinker?

To Be or Not to Be

Who or What is the Self of Identity, Personhood, Being and Becoming?

The Self

Self-Esteem or Self-Acceptance: You Choose!

New Psychology Revisited

All you need to know about psychology begins and ends with values. Yet, there are no universities offering courses dealing with the science of values and its clinical relevance. Your introduction to value science begins here…as a remake!

The Ultimate Evil?

In 1947 The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists gave us the Doomsday Clock with 12:00 midnight representing doomsday. It now reads 11:55 pm. It does not include major threats to the human mind and brain…which I now explore.

The Vicissitudes of Love and Romance

“I am I. I am alive. I am enough. I am a part of infinite nature. Only my traits and behaviors gain or lose in value…never me. I’m responsible for my behavior, but it is not my identity! It is not my personhood!”

Lovestruck, Lovesick, Lovelock

“The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.” Eden Ahez (1908-1995)

Senseless Violence

Are We a Sick Society?

Holiday Stress

The holiday season is upon us. There is little time for psychobabble. Let’s approach holiday stress with the proverbial KISS principle in mind.

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