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The Forgiveness Diet: Resentments vs Gratitude

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | August 28, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: ego, forgiveness, gratitude, happiness, personal development, resentments, self-sabotage

It’s easy to get resentful when we are of service to others and engage in estimable acts of kindness towards others and do not get a thank you in return or some other form of appreciation we think we deserve.......

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Not Thinking Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | April 21, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: forgiveness, happiness, health, self help, success

There was a story in the paper last week about fishermen in Los Angeles being warned against eating a number of species of fish they caught off L.A. shores that have been determined to be toxic. The response of the......

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Book Review: THE ENGINE 2 DIET by Rip Esselstyn

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | April 10, 2011 | Health

Read More: diet, exercise, happiness, health, hope, love, self-empowerment, self-help, well being

Rip Esselstyn, a Texas Firefighter, has developed a "28-Day Save-Your-Life Plan that Lowers Cholesterol and Burns Away the Pounds." It's motto, "Eat More, Lose More, is particularly appealing to me, being someone who is excessively dedicated to food consumption. What......

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Does God Work In Mysterious Ways Or Do We?

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | April 9, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: happiness, self-help, success, winning

If you think God works in mysterious ways, take a look in the mirror. Can you honestly say that the things you do make a whole lot of sense? You may be the exception to the rule but, the fact......

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Doing A Geographic vs The Power of Positive Action to Achieve Success

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | April 6, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: happiness, personal development, positive psychology, self improvement, success

“Doing a geographic” is an expression that I believe originated in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous to describe what many alcoholics and addicts do when their lives have become unmanageable. Rather than address the core problem which is their alcohol......

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What Can Gadhafi Teach Us About Our Personal Relationships?

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | March 29, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: divorce, happiness, marriage, relationships, self help

It is only a matter of time before Gadhafi leaves Libya. History provides many examples of the United States destroying dictators they were once in bed with when it becomes their best interest to do so. And yet Gadhafi stays.......

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The Law of Distraction

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | March 20, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: communication, happiness, relationships, self help, soymilk, success

The Law of Distraction isn’t complicated: The more distracted we are, the less effective we are with our work, our goals, our relationships and our physical well-being. The less attention we pay to details, the greater the potential for mistakes,......

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What Can The Uprisings and Unrest in the Middle East Teach Us About Our Personal Relationships?

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | March 6, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: communication, exercise, happiness, love, marriage, repairing relationships, self-help, success

If we oppress our partners bad enough and long enough, eventually they will want to leave us and/or hurt us. Therefore: Best we not be dictators in our relationships. Best we not control and manipulate our partners for our self-interest......

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Guest Blog Post: Today Can Be Your Best Day Ever (And So Can Tomorrow) by Tom Connellan

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 23, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: choices, communication, happiness, self improvement, success

Imagine for a moment if you improved one aspect of your life by just 1% today. Let’s consider relationships. What would happen if you were just 1% nicer to your loved ones? How about if you were 1% nicer to......

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Vid-Blog on Why New Year's Resolutions Fail

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 19, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: building self esteem, choices, ending self sabotage, forgiveness, happiness, New Year's Resolutions, success

"The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in the stars but in ourselves that we are underlings."   IF YOU LIKE THIS BLOG, YOU'LL LIKE MY BOOK, FORGIVE TO WIN! ......

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Had Enough of Nothing?

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 8, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: building self esteem, ending self sabotage, forgiveness, guilt, happiness, self loathing, shame, success

If we continually procrastinate and sabotage ourselves to the point of not getting the lives we want, we need to re-program our subconscious minds because it is not our being a victim of bad luck or some more concrete scapegoat......

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The Destructive Nature of Name-Calling In Relationships

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 8, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: communication, happiness, healing marriages, love, repairing relationships, success, well-being

Oftentimes, when partners are angry with each other, rather than address the issues in a civilized manner, sticking to facts, reason, and fair, appropriate discourse, they tend to attack each other, calling each other horrible names, assaulting and abusing each......

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A New Year's Resolution: A Call For Love

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 1, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: acceptance, forgiveness, happiness, love, New Year's resolutions, self help

Many of us, oftentimes, call out for love from our loved ones in ways that are inappropriate, hurtful and destructive, such as when we attack them with verbal assaults when we feel threatened, rejected or invalidated. Underneath our attacks, including......

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To Thine Own Bucket List Be True

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | December 26, 2010 | Lifestyle

Read More: bucket list, forgiveness, happiness, inner peace, self help, spirituality

People want to make the most out of their lives. Duh. What I find fascinating is the underlying assumption that, in order to make the most out of our lives, we must attempt daring and bold feats of power and......

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Being Thankful Leads to Being Healthy

Dustin Rudolph, Pharm.D. | November 24, 2010 | Health

Read More: appreciation, gratitude, happiness, love, thankful, Thanksgiving

The holiday season is once again upon us as we go about hustling and bustling to get everything done on our endless to do list.  But there's one thing that many of us forget to put on that list in......

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What Should We Do When We Want Love From Others But Are Unable to Get It?

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | July 30, 2010 | Lifestyle

Read More: happiness, junk food, personal development, relationships, self-improvement, well-being

It is common for us to want acceptance, approval and love from those people we care about, whether they be parents, partners or friends. It is also common that, much of the time, our efforts to attain these things go......

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The 7 Principles of Peace of Mind - A Book Review

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | July 10, 2010 | Lifestyle

Read More: fear, happiness, inspiration, love, motivation, success

There is no question that fear is a predominant force in our lives. We victimize ourselves with our fear thoughts, and the end result is a life less fulfilling than it could be. If we can learn to release our......

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What Can "Meet The Press" Teach Us About Our Personal Relationships?

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | May 29, 2010 | Lifestyle

Read More: communication, happiness, honesty, relationships, self-improvement, success, trust, well-being

On this past Sunday's "Meet the Press", host David Gregory was interviewing U.S. Senator John Cornyn in regard to the controversy surrounding U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul. According to Sen. Cornyn, Rand Paul had "clarified his views" about the......

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Why Doctor Who Is Happy and What We Can Learn From Him

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 3, 2010 | Lifestyle

Read More: choices, danger, Doctor Who, fear, happiness, joy, optimism, positivity, risks

In the world of Doctor Who, the last of the Time Lords, when he is near death he is able to regenerate. When this happens he is transformed into a new version of himself.  He looks different and his former......

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Accidents, Tiger Woods, and the Choices We Make

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | December 12, 2009 | Lifestyle

Read More: actions, choices, happiness, magical thinking, negative consequences, responsibility, Tiger Woods, well-being

Last week my dog, Gracie, was kicked by a horse and broke her leg. Although I could choose to perceive it as an accident that could not have been avoided, the truth is that it wasn't an accident. It was......

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