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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Money gets a bad rap from those who consider themselves “good people” or “spiritual” people or downright religious. Yet, secretly most people realize its importance and don’t feel so good when lacking in it. In fact, lack of money is tied to extreme stress and tends not to be good for our health. Well, I’m going to let you in on a little secret. If you simply change your perspective on money—thinking about it a little differently—you will begin attracting the amount of money that is exactly right for you. The following five characteristics of money should help you do just that. &... 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 >>
There’s quite a rift in the medical profession between those who wear blinders and those who don’t. OK, maybe those are fighting words and certainly one could say that about many other professions. What prompts me to make this observation of my profession? I have never accepted the status quo as necessarily the best or right thing for my patients, my family, or myself. In medicine, the benchmark for the “right” or proper care is what falls within generally accepted standards of medical care in the community. Why s... Read More >>
Although it is hard to have inspiration and guidance condensed into a sound bite, I attempt to do this regularly as I create quotes and short paragraphs on www.fb.com/CoachMD. Here are twelve that guide me as they come directly from my life experience in and around the time I created them. 1. Usually when someone is angry, all we hear are their angry words. Instead, try hearing the unspoken, “I am scared, I am frustrated, I am insecure, I am vulnerable, I am threatened." 2. Using someone else’s ruler to measure your self-worth will always leave you short. 3. A genuine... Read More >>
I certainly don’t have all the answers, but over twenty five years in medical practice, I have seen a lot, learned a lot, and feel I have gotten a pretty solid peak into the human condition. To be sure, not all of what I have learned is from my patients. My life has moved alongside my career and with it has developed my own self-awareness and understanding. When one comes to me for medical help, often the physical complaint stems from some life challenge. Whatever the challenge, the two emotions that seem to upset a person’s balance most are anger and sadness, let’s even say depression. And this is the way I see i... Read More >>
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