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Announcing The Keith Ablow Creative Writing Contest

Winners Chosen Weekly.  A prize from The Ablow Center is awarded to the writer who writes 500 words judged to have the greatest potential to make others think more positively about themselves or the world around them.    Click the following link to enter: https://keithablow.boston/contest-entry-form/ Dr. Keith Ablow has published 15 novels, true crime and self-help…

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TWENTY WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR LIFE IN 2020

Beginning in 2015, I began publishing a list of ways to improve your life. Last year, as 2019 debuted, I published, “19 ways to improve your life.” The year before that, I published “18 ways to improve your life.” You get the idea. The tradition continues this year, with the addition of No. 20. And,…

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HOW TO SURVIVE ANYTHING

A Gift from The Ablow Center this Holiday Season All human beings have to survive pages or chapters of their life stories that bring sadness, challenges to self-esteem or even questions about how to go on.  No one gets through life without such events or phases, sometimes prolonged ones.  How can these darker threads of…

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Developing True Free Will

After 25 years practicing psychiatry, almost as many testifying in criminal trials and about a year now working as a spiritual counselor and life coach, I feel I have a lot of data about how free will really works. Here’s the headline: True free willisn’t nearly as common as most people think.  If you want to…

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Creativity Begins Where Anxiety Ends

Too many of us are locked in self-consciousness. We worry about how we will be perceived by friends and family, or colleagues, or that great nameless, faceless mass of folks known as “the public.” Anxiety of that kind is the enemy of creativity because creativity requires the courage to be judged. Whether writing or painting…

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Be Wildly Creative – Now

I want you to be wildly creative. What does that mean? It means that you’re not going to get anywhere staying in your lane and thinking what you’ve been taught to think and doing the things you’ve been told to do, because they’re safe, predictable or make you look productive. If you’re going to actually…

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MY FIRST DAY PROVIDING FREE CARE FOR VETERANS THROUGH #HELP22

Friday, November 22 was the first day I devoted to #HELP22, the initiative I started with Commander Kirk Lippold USN (Ret) and public relations professional Christian Josi. #HELP22 is our response to this startling and tragic fact:  As many as twenty-two veterans take their own lives every day. I pledged to spend the 22ndof each month…

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EXPLAINING EMOTIONAL PAIN IS NOT COMPLAINING

Do you think it means you’re weak if you share your pain?  You’re not alone.  Some of my counseling and coaching clients are stoic types who are very hesitant to connect the painful, early chapters of their life stories with the difficulties they are encountering in the present.  They don’t want anyone to think they’re…

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WHY A DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY CONSULTANT COULD BE THE KEY TO RECOVERING

Are you still feeling low?  Still feeling anxious?  It may have nothing to do with you, and everything to do with the treatments being offered to you.  Believe it or not, having a personal health careconsultant on your treatment team could make the difference. Research shows that up to 70 percent of people being treated…

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How to stop shivering

Shivering usually occurs when a person is too cold, but there are other possible causes. These include fever, stress, low blood sugar, and anxiety. Shivering generally resolves on its own, but treatment may be necessary for some underlying causes. Here, learn more about the causes of shivering and when to see a doctor. Originally posted…

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Music: Americana ensemble Chatham County Line swinging through area with multiple shows

The four musicians in Chatham County Line had all been in rock or country-rock bands, working away at the usual array of noisy roadhouses and bars. Then in a move reminiscent of the old Steve Martin gag – “Let’s get really small!” – they all decided to try getting really quiet. The move to acoustic music…

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Folk and blues legend Chris Smithers to perform in Plymouth

Chris Smither sings and plays the acoustic blues better than almost anyone ever has, embodying the way the music is ultimately about triumphing over travails, persevering through troubles, and, not infrequently, having a good time as you walk, or occasionally stumble, through life. Smither was born in Miami but mostly grew up in New Orleans, where…

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Music: Weymouth’s Jay Psaros to share stage with Foreigner

Maybe we can re-work the old tune: How we gonna keep him doing open mikes in Cohasset now that he’s seen Cotillion, Nebraska? Weymouth’s Jay Psaros has always been a man in a hurry, professionally speaking, performing as many gigs in as many places as was humanly possible. And then some, you might say, as the…

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LISTEN: The Wicked Kitchen Witches welcome Frank Imbergamo

For their second episode, the Wicked Kitchen Witches had a very special guest join them in the studio: Frank Imbergamo, a local celebrity chef who won a Food Network meatball contest with Emeril Lagasse.And he even brought with him some meatballs to share with them. While you may not be able to taste the goodness,…

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Journey takes 35,000 back to the future at Fenway Park

It was Back to the Future at Fenway Park Saturday night, as three of the 1980s’ most beloved rock ‘n’ roll bands filled the venerable ballpark with 35,000 or so giddy fans. Marty McFly was not sighted, but pretty much everyone else who was anyone on the rock charts in the ’80s was on hand.The…

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