There comes a point when you need SANITY. I had reached a point in my life where it was no longer mentally reasonable or wise use of time to continually focus and obsess over diets, counting calories, diet fads, diet extremes. I’ve had many patients who injured themselves pursuing seemingly innocuous fitness routines, have corrective… Continue reading Finding Sanity: the Return of the Body of my Youth
Clive Davis in promoting his upcoming biographical documentary, reveals his letter regarding his most famous client, Whitney Houston, where he pleads with Whitney that it’s time she got help. After attending the Michael Jackson 2001 tribute where Clive watched Whitney perform, he shares with her that when he got home he cried. He implores her… Continue reading Clive Davis’ Dilemma: Whitney and Private Addiction
Having a client in the UFC, I have been intently following the world of MMA fighting and recently read about the death earlier this month of UFC middle weight fighter Josh Samman. After being found unresponsive at his apartment, Samman died after being in a coma for 6 days. His friend Troy Kirkingburg was also… Continue reading Grief, Pain, Addiction, Substance Abuse: the Athlete.
I had to find a way to lose weight and keep it off that did not involve stressing diet plan or exercise regimen.
Click for brief video, Would you continue to eat something knowing that it would make you sick? If you were eating something that was making you sick, Really Sick, maybe this is all I got to eat but it’s making me SICK!!! Well guess what, we all do it in that there’s a destructive relationship… Continue reading Would you continue to eat something if you knew it was making you SICK???
I recently was asked to be an “Extra” in a movie being filmed here in Washington, DC. I was in the “background” as a media/press cameraman but I had no idea as to what, where, how the scene fit into the movie. As you know these movies are not shot in any particular order, but… Continue reading The Movie Extra: The Drama of Overplaying our Emotional Pain
A recent survey by Harris Poll indicated 69% of managers were uncomfortable communicating with their employees. A Gallup poll of US Employee Engagement shows 32.5% of employees felt they were engaged at their job; so that would infer 67.5% of employees felt they were NOT engaged. In another poll by Gallup, employees were asked if… Continue reading Avoidaholics: The Uncomfortable Communication between Managers and Employees