What to Do When There’s Nothing to Do By Ken Druck, Ph.D. It’s Spring Break. But almost every aspect of life as we know it
These are turbulent times. Our nation is in crisis. Living in the “Age of Trump” poses a threat to our nation and, with an outbreak
In this interview I did for one of the nation’s leading recovery programs, I describe how self-compassion is critical to overcoming drug addiction and alcoholism
I know what it’s like to lose everything. My life (as I knew it) ended in 1996 when my oldest daughter, Jenna, died while studying
An excerpt from Courageous Aging: Your Best Years Ever Reimagined Chapter 6 – The Industry of Aging: Pop Culture, Wrinkle Cream, and Annuities In this culture
The Lost Art of Compressing Time We all live in the stream bed of time. Sometimes the waters move agonizingly slow and we ache for
“Ever wonder why so many of us women camp out in the freezer section at Costco?” my friend asked me the other day while she
5 Steps to Making Peace with Your Reflection We do it all the time — that is, catch a glimpse of ourselves in the mirror.
For a lot of us, Father’s Day, 2017, will be a mixed blessing. It will be a day of both great sorrow and great joy.
Do you ever feel like you simply have no more to give? During the course of a normal life—whether it’s with aging parents or overextended