My latest Time.com article offers fresh ideas both on what society can do to create jobs and what individuals can do in the meantime.
We may think we're a rational species but we're fart from it. In my PsychologyToday.com article, I make that case and then offer a simple way that people and governments--could become better thinkers. HERE is the link.
For the past three years, I've been revising and polishing the one-woman show I've co-written, direct, and piano-accompany. It's called "Retard!" because that's what the woman, Jeffrie Givens, was called by students and teachers alike.
I must admit to being proud of it. Earlier versions have gotten a standing ovation and the current version is significantly improved.
We're doing a performance of it this Saturday, Nov. 1 at 8 PM at Wisteria Ways, a lovely brown shingle home in the Rockridge area of Oakland. There is a suggested donation of $15 to $20, all of which would go to Jeffrie. For info, reservations, and a one-minute video clip from the show, go to http://www.wisteriaways.org/events.html
We all deal with people who make us uncomfortable, perhaps exhaust us, even scare us. The just published book, Dangerous Personalities, based on two decades of an FBI profiler talking to and studying victims and perpetrators, alerts us to four categories of such people and how to respond.
I interview him for my PsychologyToday.com article today.
In yesterday’s PsychologyToday.com article, I made the case that our perhaps most underconsidered lifestyle is reclusiveness, the largely solitary existence. In response, I received comments and private emails requesting another article about it.
So in today's PsychologyToday.com article, I offer some thoughts on how one might make a reclusive life work.