Change Comes When You are Ready and Willing A man called me this week to inquire about our program. He said he drank too much and needed help with sobriety. He liked the 'wellness without [...]
Introducing... Your Ego As the myth goes, God created man out of thin air and then Eve popped out of his rib. And just when they were getting to know one another, Eve asked Adam [...]
After I wrote a still unpublished novel, Alex in Wonderland, I thought I’d tend to my own business, work with clients who wanted what I had to give, and let the rest of the world go by. What happened to make me move my fingers along the keyboard to Blog was the stark notion that we Americans are playing the Blame Game without an end in sight.
I went to Hertz today to rent a car for a few days while my automobile is being serviced. I had to hit more buttons on my cell phone to get service with AAA, which I never got. Nothing is more annoying. All “big pieces of stuff” businesses have turned to robo-dialing to get away from servicing inquiries. Which brings me to the sorest subject in the world for me i.e., technology whose benefits are being overshadowed by the ineptness of the system in place.
When I work with an alcoholic or drug addict it is obvious to me that everyone hanging from the Family Tree played his or her part in the creation of the lone wolf black sheep. The whole toxic environment which spawned the addict is overlaid with blame and shame. In You’re Not Who You Think You Are, I build a solid case for how all members of the family are involved in the dysfunction that caused the compulsive and obsessive one to dive head-first into his addiction.