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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Unfortunately, many relationships never get off the ground, because one or both parties have always had one foot out the door—never able to really commit and hoping (and looking) for something better to come around. And then there are relationships on the brink, with just a little help and enhanced communication, can actually be saved, rehabilitated, and actually set up to thrive. But, how many relationships just keep going and going, despite the clear warning signs that things just will not get better? Here are some very clear signs that, no matter how scary it may be, it is time to call it quits and move on. 1. &nbs... Read More >>
Have you ever thought of yourself as a “God-fearing” person? Did your religious instructors ever tell you that if you did not do one ritual or another then God might punish you? Did you ever feel guilty about something you did for fear that you may have welcomed in the wrath of God? For many, my even spelling the full name God (without substituting the “o” for a “-“, is disrespectful at a level that might cause me to be punished. Most texts from the large religions have dogma that implies that if one does or does not engage in particular thought or behavior, then he or she will, surely, not receive God&rsqu... Read More >>
We're often told to go with our gut. And many times that means trying to interpret signs our body gives us. Now don't get me wrong, sometimes we get a sense, an instinct about something. The difference though is that sort of signal rarely comes with physical signs. We often mistake physical signs as accurate barometers for decision making. It's important not always to believe, trust, or take direction from these messages. Here are 5 ways our body often misleads us. 1. Hunger pangs Hunger pangs are feelings we get in our stomach when it is, supposedly, empty. It is actually a combination of electrochemic... Read More >>
You've seen the posts, you've read the articles, you've heard the pundits. And what you've concluded is, you should avoid toxic people. But what does that really mean? It's not as difficult as you might think to recognize them. The hardest part is admitting it and the second hardest is letting them go out of your life. You see, we fight and flee those things in our life that represent danger, and if those people are familiar to you, they are safe and leaving them to the unfamiliar, the unknown represents danger. Here are six ways to spot toxic people 1. They always find something wrong with your... Read More >>
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 >>
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