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How we (don’t) stop smoking, drinking, sugar…

Published on June 3, 2016 By Dr. Gayek

The other day, I received this email from subscriber Kim Thomas: Growing up, my best friend’s older brother always took care of us. Adam was two years older, a tennis star, and seemingly indestructible. The cigarette tucked behind his ear was his trademark. We had no idea it would end up being his downfall. Last […]

Who Can You Forgive?

Published on February 1, 2016 By Dr. Gayek

At the age of 34 he drove to Biloxi, Mississippi to visit the grave of his father, an alcoholic and an abusive man who had abandoned him, his mother and two brothers when he was just an infant. Although his father had died 10 years earlier, he had only just found out about his father’s […]