LOA Daily – 05.22.18

Book Announcement The book is now in Amazon’s hands, and we’re just waiting for Friday when all of our loyal listeners will get the opportunity to get a free copy of the e-book version. Wendy shares a story about how her sister has really been “getting” LOA theory, as well as another story that illustrates how we should understand signs from our …

The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 10.12.16

My guest Gretchen Watson, PhD takes us on a fascinating trip from helping children escape ADHD and drugs to helping companies overcome workplace errors and injuries. Her career expresses the truth that from family life to organizational life, many of the principles of healthy, successful living are the same. Gretchen is President of Safety and Leadership Solutions.

Ask Beatty – 02.01.16

February is Teen Dating Prevention month. The incidence of physical, sexual, psychological and emotional abuse that occurs in teen dating relationships is on the rise. In fact 1in 3 teens are victims of relationship abuse of one kind or another. When are adults and our educational institutions going to take this problem seriously and implement ongoing substantial preventative relationship education programs instead of continually lamenting the problem after the fact? Also, listen to what Beatty has to say about Hillary Clinton and what Canada is doing in the schools to educate children as young as 5 about relationships!

Government prepares to track unvaccinated adults

The latest assault on human and civil rights in the United States has been quietly taking shape, but rather than media and public outcry, this attack is being met with cheers from the very corners that condemn other forms of discrimination. What is the object of this attack?  Believe it or not, it’s adults who have not complied with the vaccination …

Counterclockwise: When Biology Is Not Destiny

Over the years, many of us periodically bump into experiments in healthcare that cause us to think, “This changes everything!” Such studies are convincing not only because of the empirical evidence they offer, but also because they feel important to us personally. These findings strike a nerve. They often rattle our worldview, our fundamental concepts of how things work. They …