This is My Story
A therapist’s personal journey in finding his soulmate. This is my story. As I sit on a warm afternoon in #CoralGables drinking my cucumber cocktail at #Sawa restaurant and watching her take my picture, I can’t stop smiling...Read More
Choosing the right plastic surgeon
We count on our plastic surgeon to provide options and the best possible advice for the best possible results. There’s a fine line (or is it?) between making a living and putting profits over patient care. A plastic surgeon that does not offer...Read More
Mind nurturing series. On Father’s Day and everyday be present verbally and nonverbally with your kids. ￼Read More
Mental health issues versus evil
News reporters should stop reporting that #mentalhealth issues are causes of evil acts. Reporting that a suspect has mental health issues and insinuating that it is the cause for the assault is erroneous. There’s a difference between mental...Read More
Pre COVID19 recipients of elective plastic surgery are suffering more if…
The longevity of feeling happy about your elective plastic surgery depends on the reason why you chose to have plastic surgery in the first place. When I hear my patients tell me that they chose or want to have plastic surgery to spark their...Read More
How to Pray During the COVID-19 pandemic.
The brain processes prayer differently depending on if you are praying for something or praying for being blessed. How should we pray during the COVID-19 pandemic? If we pray for help, even praying to give us courage, the brain processes it as...Read More
Most of our decision making comes from own emotions. As a cognitively evolving species, we continue to choose based on how we feel about someone or something and ignoring reason. Those feelings, most of the time, outweigh reason. Without reason...Read More
Is Human life measurable?
Is human life measurable? Who is responsible to set those variables? Should political or economical contributors set the standard to human life value? Covid-19 is killing and destroying many innocent lives. In a crisis, many unite courageously to...Read More
With the Covid-19, When Segregation was good for me at my Dentist’s Office
When my dentist, Dr. Scott Barr, got me in for an emergency visit that same day I called, he and his staff practiced patient segregation. He schedules his patients, one patient at a time. The doorknobs in the entrance were taped and replaced...Read More