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:
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 >>
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 >>
An audience member recently asked Malcolm Gladwell, the prolific author of books as Blink and The Tipping Point, if he had any ideas for a kinder and gentler society. His idea seemed to stun everyone. He proposed a “don't ask/don't tell” for all. Most will reflexively assume that this applies to asking and telling of one’s sexual orientation. But not so quick. Mr. Gladwell was not talking about that at all. Rather, he suggested that one should not ask what college you attended and should not tell what college they attended. Why? He feels that people will choose schools less for prestige and &... Read More >>
All of us, you and me, possess a primitive nature and a divine nature. The former is controlled by what I have called and identified as the automatic brain, or AB. It protects us, rightfully or wrongfully, form danger, threat, or vulnerability, by making us fight or flee. Since we all possess an AB, including us doctors, it means that any question of our authority can be interpreted consciously or subconsciously as an attack, thus causing fighting or fleeing. The white coat serves as a convenient veneer and our actions and advice let us maintain an air of authority and self-confidence, even if that air may sometimes be less than genuine... Read More >>
While we tend to look to the past for reassurance, the past is history and gone forever. Dwelling in the past and harboring thoughts of “woulda, coulda, shoulda” can lead to depression. The fact remains: No one can say how life might have turned out under different circumstances. Assuming things would be better—and worrying about it—is just unproductive speculation. Past and Future Decisions you made yesterday or events that occurred last month or 10 years ago did not happen within a vacuum. They set off other events within your environment and affected others around you. It is really impossible to say for certai... Read More >>
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