The X-Factor, Soon To Become A Book

In a world riddled with continuous strife and violence–school shootings, terrorist attacks, nuclear threats, foreign wars, and personal acts of hatred—-what is the true CAUSE of it all? What’s driving this madness? Is it just politics? Philosophical or religious differences?  Xenophobia? It goes even deeper. In order to heal underlying causes of all this craziness, … read more

The Glory Days Of Gateway

Leading any community organization can be both fulfilling, incredibly creative, and also taxing too. And I never thought I would do it. But as an author and journalist, I ultimately found it invigorating to transfer my communication skills into a new volunteer-driven venue. So from 2007-2017–I became actively involved in our neighborhood’s advocacy group (Gateway Plaza … read more

A Check Up From The Neck Up

Ever feel like you’re going C-R-A-Z-Y?! Stress is coming at your from every direction. So instead of feeling confident and in control, you’re frazzled and highly reactive to events around you. Like a car skidding on ice, your emotions are driving you, instead of the other way around. Forget anti-anxiety drugs and years of psychotherapy. … read more

A Book To Turbocharge Your Life

Have you ever felt stuck in life? And disappointed about the way things are going? The dreams you imagined for yourself have not yet come to fruition. Why not? What’s truly holding you back? “The real obstacle to fulfillment is the way we’re thinking about ourselves, our limiting beliefs,” says health and prosperity coach Chris … read more

Writing Your Family Story

Fathers and sons can be incredibly close, the connection between them the most powerful bond in the world. But when I was growing up, I was actually closer to my mom–because Dad was almost never home, instead consumed by his business, a popular men’s and boy’s clothing store. We understood his absences, but I think he … read more