What is human nature? Psychotherapist and philosopher Mel Schwartz and I differ, as we discuss everything from couples therapy to international politics. Thought-provoking!
About my newest book, Guilt, Shame and Anxiety: Understanding and Overcoming Negative Emotions. These self-defeating emotions are primitive instincts built into us by evolution, but we can achieve emotional freedom from them.
We live in unreality created by media in the service of corporations and government. If you doubt this, listen to my guest Jon Rappoport who brings blazing insight and inspiration to the struggle for truth in our society.
Bonnie Burstow, radical feminist therapist and author calls for the abolition of psychiatry. We talk about that and the kind of society that would empower people to heal and to love one another. Strong stuff.
Do dogs teach us how to love? Do they build our self-esteem? Would we be human without dogs? Jeffrey Masson and I in a very lively hour delve into us and dogs, and ask “Who’s better?”
A denied psychiatric atrocity: psychiatry’s organized mass murder of mental patients in Germany was the “entering wedge” for the Holocaust. Jeffrey Masson and I describe how psychiatry aided and inspired the murder of millions of Jews and others deemed inferior by the Nazis.
An amazing, moving, enlightening hour! Jeffrey Masson discloses how Freud denied child abuse to further his own career. Freud’s cowardice in the face of truth has repercussions for how all of us choose to live our lives.
My guest Jeffrey Masson is an extraordinarily honest and honorable man whose work has spanned exposing Freud’s betrayal of victims of incest and abuse to helping us to understand and love animals. Today we ask, “Are dogs more loving than people?” and “Why are we so violent?” A favorite show of mine.
My guest Michael W. Corrigan, EdD spearheads a movement to enlighten the world about the fakery behind ADHD and stimulant drugs. The future of our children depends on the support we give to dedicated professionals like Dr. Corrigan. Join the movement to protect and promote our kids!
A fascinating discussion with psychotherapist Jess DiGiorgianni, PhD a student of the classics, neuroscience, and the art of living. Is guilt ever deserved? Does creativity require suffering? What does it mean to “disappear” as a therapist?