by Dr. Ken Druck, author, Raising An Aging Parent: Guidelines for Families in the Second Half of Life Who can forget what it was like to
Some people live with gaping holes in their souls. For reasons that are not always clear—even to psychologists and psychiatrists—these folks I call special people
Years ago, I was giving a speech at a conference in Iowa when a middle-aged farmer told me a story I have never forgotten. This
Human beings are interesting creatures. We think we rule the world, but at the same time, we’re all aliens. As newborns, we’re plopped down on
I should know a lot about how men grieve. After all, I spent the first 15 years of my career pioneering the psychology of men.
Ken had the honor of giving a keynote address at The Chopra Center in La Costa, CA in April 2013, sharing a stage with best-selling
A groundswell of loving kindness has arisen to counter the hatred, senseless destruction and inhumanity perpetuated by two brother terrorists in Boston a week ago. Ordinary citizens
“So much for Plan A,” my coaching client, Adelle, told me a few short hours after being diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer. “This is