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.
Begin Your Journey By Reading These Helpful Articles:
To be sure, it is hard to be upbeat and optimistic all the time. My declaration, “live your everyday extraordinary”, just doesn’t feel right all the time. Yet, you and I know that having a positive mindset is one of the primary ways to maintain optimal health. Much of the difficulty comes from the fact that many of us find ourselves waiting for the big one. You know, that big sign that something more is going on, greater than our human brains can comprehend or that our senses can detect. Something that tells us that we are not alone in the universe and that God really does exist. Or that concepts as the “Law o... 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 >>
“Forgiving someone doesn’t give them a free pass. It gives you a free pass to move on.” There have been times in all of our lives where we have been hurt, taken advantage of, lied to, whatever. And although you may have physically removed yourself from the person, the anger, resentment, and even hatred lingers. It occupies every aspect of your life. You carry it with you from relationship to relationship; from life experience to life experience. This is extremely detrimental to your health. The funny thing is, you consider yourself a spiritual person—open-minded and loving. But you carry with you t... Read More >>
"Before you find your soul mate, you must first discover your soul." A search for a soul mate, to me, is like going to a romantic movie and yearning for your life to be just as the characters. In these movies, living happily ever after lasts about ninety to one-hundred and twenty minutes. What happens next? Next week? Next year? Ten years from now? Don’t get me wrong, I am a romantic and love romantic love. But the idea of a soul mate has always made me wonder. To me, we possess a duality—a primitive nature and a divine nature. The latter is where our soul resides. When we look outside of ourselves for... Read More >>
Physical intimacy, attraction, and “chemistry” are indeed a big part of a relationship. Well, I hate to be a party pooper, but a lot of the time this stuff is our automatic brain (AB) being attracted to someone with the genetic features that our AB knows will place our offspring in a favorable and dominant position. Love at first sight, let’s face it, is almost always lust at first sight. If you wish to believe, trust, and take direction from this or are forever looking for this to happen and therefore trying to identify your “soul mate,” then you may well experience the supreme disappointment that comes with AB ... Read More >>
Reduce Stress & Anxiety
CoachMD's Top 20 Tips
This free eBook will quickly get you on your way to having more control
Fill out the form below
to get your FREE eBook
We guarantee 100% privacy.
Your information will not be shared.