About Dr. Glassman And His Work
Charles F. Glassman, MD, has been known as Coach MD since 2011. This designation arises from what he has learned in his over 25 years of practice as a medical doctor. Specifically, that many, if not most, problems people go to the doctor to solve actually stem from the challenges of daily life. Instead of giving a pill to try and make them go away, Coach MD's mission is to help people achieve total wellness—having more control over life than one could ever think possible.
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Usually when someone is angry we hear their angry words. Instead, try hearing the unspoken, “I am scared, I am frustrated, I am insecure, I am vulnerable, I am threatened". You certainly recall the phrase, ‘sticks and stones can break your bones, but words can never hurt you'. Well, my life experience, and no doubt yours, has proven this wrong. Sound is as likely to cause us to fight or flee as much as placing our hand upon a hot stove. It can elicit the exact same automatic reflex. When was the last time you were awakened from sleep from an unknown bang or clap of thunder? How did you feel? Was y... Read More >>
Life’s a bitch and then you die, right? You may have heard this cynical viewpoint before. No doubt life is full of challenges, ups and downs, disappointments. With these can come overwhelming emotions ranging from general frustration to outright feelings of failure and wanting to pack it in. I have written that while I am still alive, I plan on living. This means giving up is not an option. What often shapes the feeling of giving up is the difficulty believing that, given your particular set of circumstances, it seems impossible for things to change. And that may be the case, if you do nothing different. But for your life to change, ... Read More >>
Our primitive nature, what I have identified as our automatic brain (AB), causes us to have habits. And habits become our automatic, default, go to response to situations.After all, if we were to design our own security system, wouldn’t we want it to be very sensitive, automatic, and predictable? Habits make us feel safe. Well, reliability is great in a home or office security system, but an automatic and predictable response in the human brain can be harmful as are many of our habits.One habit most of us have is the jealousy (and envy) habit. The jealously/envy habit is like any other response that originates from the AB. It ultimat... Read More >>
"Holding on to negative feelings and past circumstances is like placing a lock on your soul." This quote can mean many things. It can be holding a grudge, harboring resentment, or simply playing the woulda’, coulda’, shouldas over and over again in your brain. The way I see it, replaying negative events, feeling, and thoughts become, simply, another habit; an activity with which we have become familiar and comfortable. Even if the circumstances were good, continuing to replay them will surely stunt one’s growth and interfere with your ability to create more enjoyable circumstances, as you habitually... Read More >>
Recent Study Reveals Skyrocketing Death Rates from “Sitting” How Your TV & PC Are Dramatically Increasing Your Risk of Death... 7 Ways to Live Potentially Decades Longer and Healthier, Adding Years to Your Life! © 2011 Health Realizations, Inc By now, you and your loved ones are likely well aware of some sedentary lifestyle risks. Too much time spent lying on the couch can greatly increase your risk of weight gain, obesity and all of its related diseases ranging from heart disease to type 2 diabetes. For thousands of years men, women and children had to plant, hunt and forage for fo... Read More >>
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