Free Will II: You Own Your Thoughts, Kinda

Pasadena, California Thursday, March 30, 2017 Dear Lovely Readers, I remain marginally obsessed by thoughts about free will. I keep mentally running through the …



Alan Karbelnig, PhD, ABPP

Trump, the EPA, and Dis-Integration

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 Pasadena, California Dear Readers, Today Donald Trump headed out to EPA headquarters to begin his plan to dismantle the many …



Alan Karbelnig, PhD, ABPP

Alcoholism, Dissociation, and the Russian Protests

Pasadena, California Monday, March 27, 2017 Dear Readers, Imagine the guts of Alexei Navalny, the anti-corruption activist in Russia who organized the country-wide protests …



Alan Karbelnig, PhD, ABPP

Global Citizenship and the Problem of Russia

Glendale, California Sunday, March 26, 2017 Dear (Hopefully) Increasing Number of Readers, I had planned to write about the idea of global citizenship, about …



Alan Karbelnig, PhD, ABPP

Scary Questioning of Free Will — Part I

Glendale, California Saturday, March 25, 2017 Oh Lovely Readers, I reacted with immense sadness—lasting several days—after finishing Sam Harris’ book, Free Will. He makes …



Alan Karbelnig, PhD, ABPP

The Present Moment: An Ineffable Truth

Seattle, Washington Friday, March 10, 2017 Dear Readers, Such an unbelievable cliche, I know. Traveling up here to visit my youngest, now age 26, …



Alan Karbelnig, PhD, ABPP

Reflections on form and emptiness

Sunday, March 5, 2017 Glendale, California Dear Lovely Readers, Immersed in a recent obsession with Taoism, I write today about form and emptiness. I …



Alan Karbelnig, PhD, ABPP