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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When we ponder the meaning of life, or the purpose of our own life, it often boils down to how we measure up in the happiness department. Books have been written, movies have been made, and entire industries have been constructed in order to help people achieve the goal of happiness. Even with these efforts, though, it still remains rather elusive for many people. The following 5 reasons may explain why you have trouble maintaining happiness. 1. Money determines my happiness Does your happiness fluctuate with your bank account balance, 401k, or the stock market? For many, how much money we have directly correlates with our a... Read More >>
Okay, we’ve all been there before—we are sitting comfortably, relaxed and all of a sudden, out of the blue, we get some physical symptom. Then our brain locks in on it and the downhill spiral of fear and anxiety begins. Should I call the doctor? Should I go to the hospital? Should I call 911? Maybe you just brush it off, but don’t you know, it starts popping up again and then you start really getting nervous. You don’t want to overreact, but you don’t want to ignore something either. Well the nervousness, even panic, you experience originates as your brain detects some danger (real or imagined; conscio... Read More >>
Last week, the Simon Wiesenthal Center confirmed the death in Syria of Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner, the alleged right-hand man of the "Final Solution" architect, Adolf Eichmann. The Final Solution was the Nazi plan to annihilate the entire Jewish people. In his only known interview, appearing in a German news magazine in 1985, he was asked if he had any regrets. He replied, “My only regret is I didn’t murder more Jews.” Brunner lived to the ripe old age of 98 and is presumed to have died in 2010. Recently headlines read, “The colorful cards arrive from all over the globe—each wishing tiny Addie F... Read More >>
The Non-Discriminating Automatic Brain “We are each burdened with prejudice; against the poor or the rich, the smart or the slow, the gaunt or the obese. It is natural to develop prejudices. It is noble to rise above them.” ~ Author Unknown The automatic brain shows up throughout popular culture. That is because what we view as success and happiness often stems directly from the danger folders of the automatic brain, which, as we have learned, are filled during childhood. The contents of these folders tell us when we are in danger of being one-upped, venturing into the unknown/unfamiliar, or in danger of losing love. Our... Read More >>
Most of us strive for happiness. From a medical perspective, those of us who can be happier, tend to be healthier. But optimal health is not only physical, but is a balance of mind, body, and spirit. In order to begin achieving holistic, optimal health, I suggest pursuing the following. Continue to Grow – Take advantage of the fact that each day affords you an opportunity to learn more. As you learn, use that knowledge to discover new ways to improve yourself and others. Be Grateful – Gratitude goes a long way, and there is always something about which to be grateful. Even if it is only the bright sky on a sunny ... Read More >>
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