Maslow’s Miss

Abraham Maslow Abraham Maslow (1908-1970) was a brilliant professor of psychology. He founded a branch of psychology known as “Humanistic Psychology,” which focuses more on psychological virtues or excellences rather than on psychological disorders. Maslow is best known for his conceptualization of “man’s hierarchy of needs.” This hierarchy is usually … Read More

Reactive to Creative

Both hard work and creativity are important in being successful in developing and implementing new ideas, both personally and in the business world. It can be argued that insanity is the antithesis of creativity. Consider Albert Einstein’s thoughts on what constitutes insane behavior? Insanity is Doing the same thing Over … Read More

“I Am Not Angry”

A few years ago, I evaluated a retired businessman for pain down the front of his right leg. It had begun about eight months earlier. The pain was moderate but frustrating. He had not experienced prior back problems and was not used to dealing with pain.  It was unclear what … Read More

“Call Things by Their Right Names”

The culture of medicine is immersed in high standards, ideals, and perfections.  Society demands perfection from physicians.  It is manifested in many ways.  The legal system, hospital staff privileging, no mercy for personal mental health issues, harsh criticism from our mentors.  Consequently, as others judge us, we are idealistic regarding … Read More