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Come see me play a mini piano concert this Weds?

This Weds 7:30 to 8 PM, I play a mini piano concert at The Marsh Cabaret in Berkeley: Standards, show tunes, ragtime, + my own own compositions. After, the Craig & McGregor band plays quality jazz + Jefferson Starship singer Darby Gould: Just $10, including a free buffet!

The Zen of Bowling

Many people tend to think of bowling as Neanderthal, if only because it was a key recreation in the Flintstones cartoon.

Yet, as in all sports, competence and enjoyment is enhanced to the extent that one can be Zen about it.

Even if you’ll never again pick up a bowling ball, life lessons are embedded in the Zen of bowling. I describe them in my PsychologyToday.com article today.

Tips for Anger Management

Anger-prone people usually pay a big price professionally, personally, and in their health. 

My PsychologyToday.com article today aims to help. First, I offer common scenarios likely to trigger anger and how the anger-prone person might wisely respond. After, I list the embedded principles for dealing with anger-proneness. I conclude with a few tips on how to deal with an angry person.

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