End Unhappy Relationships When You Hear…

There are three phrases you must pay attention to that will  help you decide to end a chronic unsatisfying, unfulfilling, and unloving relationship. We struggle to end a long term unhappy relationship because we feel […]

Opiate Induced Constipation, Epitome Example of Medical Practice In America

The opioid crisis in America should focus on both intervention and prevention therapies. Not only do we need better treatments to help those suffering from opioid abuse, but we also need better medical and psycho-educational […]

Megyn Kelly, Helping Initiate Real Conversations to Empower Women

      Carol Gilligan’s book: In a Different Voice: “Psychological Theory and Women’s Development” was a mandatory book during my graduate school years in psychology. Her psychological theories about thinking helped me develop Personal […]

Change in behavior are new signs of memory problems, not cognition

  I believe, change in behavior are the first signs of memory loss not in cognition. We are now studying those who are not diagnosed with Alzheimer’s to help fight this disease. Those who were […]

False Hope Prevents Families from Seeking help for Alzheimer’s

Throughout my twelve years of doing Alzheimer’s research, I always thought that doing research on those individuals  who are not diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and are starting to have memory problems would be the ideal population […]

Richie Incognito, maybe incognito of being bullied as a kid and never learning how to cope with childhood emotional distress

The word incognito means having one’s true identity concealed. New York Times article, “Prized for His Aggression, Incognito Struggled to Stay in Bounds,” described Richie Incognito’s childhood experience as “…the teasing he endured as a […]