Theodore Ross was largely secular for most of his life despite his vague Jewish upbringing. Then he chose to embark on a journey to discover his own Jewish identity by immersing himself within the Jewish fringe. From breaking bread with Orthodox Jews to testing himself for Jewish genes, Ross discovers not only what Judaism personally means to him, but what Judaism today really means as a religion, a culture, and a feeling. www.theodoreross.net
This Thanksgiving, GluckRadio is giving you a short, politically dynamite show. Dr. Gluck talks to controversial conservative radio host, Aaron Klein, about his key arguments in favor of impeaching President Obama. From Benghazi to Obamacare, drones to guns, Klein holds the Obama Presidency to the highest scrutiny. Take some of his shocking revelations, and see how they fare at the dinner table! www.kleinonline.wnd.com
Dr. Gluck and Betsy talk to a former porn actor/director, Dave Pounder (we're assuming that's a stage name). Aside from getting an inside scoop on what the porn industry is really like, they will be talking to him about his controversial take on love, sex, and romance. He thinks cheating is OK, he calls mothers who get their daughters braces but not breast implants "hypocrites," and his views on romantic attraction are very stark. We know Betsy will have a few choice words for Pounder. www.davepounder.com
Betsy and Dr. Gluck devote this episode to talking about a very important topic: intimacy and romance for people over 50 years old. It's a conversation among your two hosts about sustainability, love vs. sex, personal identity & self-enrichment, chemistry, cheating, and more. Far from philosophy, the two will give you real life advice on how to keep the "art of love" alive. Although, as Dr. Gluck says in this episode, maybe they're "too old for this shit." www.gluckradio.com
Visiting a harem seems like a dream: many beautiful women at your sensual beck and call. But working in a harem is a different story. Jillian Lauren joins GluckRadio to talk about how she went from an adopted child in a suburban Jewish household in New Jersey to the top mistress of a billionaire prince in the Malay country of Brunei. A twisted modern fairy tale, her story is equal parts heartbreak, self-discovery and erotica. www.jillianlauren.com
Dr. Gluck and Betsy talk to Larry Rosen, author of "iDISORDER," about what technology is doing to us. The internet, social media and mobile technology seem to be devouring our daily lives at an increasing rate. Is technology turning us into narcissists? Is it giving us ADHD? How are relationships changing? How vulnerable are things like reputations and privacy? And the most important question: are we the masters or the slaves? www.drlarryrosen.com
Dr. Gluck and Betsy welcome psychology historian Edward Shorter on the show to discuss his book "How Everyone Became Depressed." Rates of depression diagnoses have skyrocketed so much in recent years, that it's quickly becoming normal to be depressed. We ask why. Is there a gender discrepancy? Where does sadness come into play? Is it being treated well? And the most important question of all: are YOU really depressed? Go to Amazon.com and get his book.
The show you've been waiting for: Kate Bornstein is a transsexual ex-Scientologist who comes to the studio to talk with Dr. G and Betsy about her memoir "A Queer and Pleasant Danger." She was born a Jewish boy, experimented her way right into L. Ron Hubbard's inner circle, then became a woman, then became a consensual slave to two lesbians for five years—and that's just the outline. There's a lot more underneath the spectacle, including a 30 year long estrangment from her daughter and mental health issues. Listen to Kate on GluckRadio and follow her on Twitter @katebornstein.
Millennials—people between 18 and 30 years old—are a generation in crisis. Overeducated, underemployed, and drowning in debt, a staggering 88% of them do not think they will have a better life than their parents. Betsy and Dr. Gluck talk to authors Robin Henig and Sally Koslow about the big and small questions surrounding the Google Generation. And, Baby Boomers, you're not necessarily off the hook. www.robinhenig.com, www.sallykoslow.com
From Thomas Jefferson to Steve Jobs, Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder has led to the innovations that have made America great. Dr. Gluck talks to author Joshua C. Kendall about his book "America's Obsessives," which details how some extraordinary contributions to our country were enhanced by symptoms of OCPD. From Jefferson writing the Declaration of Independence, to Alfred Kinsey counting orgasms, to Steve Jobs' iPhone, their stubbornness, perfectionism and love of order helped bring us the nation we have today. www.joshuackendall.com
In the first show featuring Betsy Prioleau as a co-host, Dr. Gluck talks to psychologist and addiction expert Omar Manejwala. The three of them will be talking about cravings. Whether it's for chocolate, sex, drugs, or alcohol, cravings can be anything from a slight itch or a havoc-wreaking monster. Manejwala will tell Dr. Gluck and Betsy what they are, what they can do, and what you can do to control YOUR cravings before they control you. www.manejwala.com.
Dr. Gluck sits down with Joe Muto, also known as the "FOX Mole." Joe is a liberal who found himself working as a producer for FOX News for eight years. When the time came, he decided he would go out with a bang by leaking secret information about the inner workings of the conservative news network. Do they really believe the "fair and balanced" slogan? Why did the conservative Catholic Bill O'Reilly say he should've been gay? And, men, Joe finally explains just why they only hire blonde bombshells as news anchors. www.joemuto.com
Kristine Barnett’s son Jacob has an IQ higher than Einstein’s, and at nine years old, he started working on an original theory that experts believe may someday put him in line for a Nobel Prize. At age twelve he became a paid researcher in quantum physics. Kristine talks with Dr. Gluck about how Jake's miraculous mind was almost lost to autism. Her insightful parenting methods not only saved Jake, but might've changed the way the world sees physics. www.about.me/kristinebarnett
Dr. Gluck welcomes columnist and military wife Sarah Smiley on the show to talk about a project she and her three sons undertook while her husband, Dustin, was overseas. While Dustin served for one year in the Navy, Sarah and her boys welcomed a new dinner guest each week he was gone to fill his seat at the table. From Senators to school-teachers, from Olympiads to their local preacher, each guest brought lessons and laughs to the Smileys. www.sarahsmiley.com
If matchmaking is exclusive, shouldn't a matchmaking service be exclusive as well? Meet Rori Sassoon, founder of Platinum Poire, an elite, invitation-only matchmaking company for the top members of society. A little bit shameless and very effective, Sassoon has cherry-picked people with established social and financial means and expertly matched them with their ideal counterparts with the goal of forming power couples. She'll talk about the failure of other dating sites and how matchmaking for the wealthy works. www.platinumpoire.com
Ever wonder what's going on in your doctor's head? Dr. Gluck sits down with Dr. Danielle Ofri to talk about her book 'WHAT DOCTORS FEEL: How Emotions Affect the Practice of Medicine.' Ofri is a physician at Bellevue who writes about some of the more intriguing and unknown sides of medicine. How do MDs' fears, prejudices, anger, resentment, and empathy play into how they diagnoses and treat you? What are they saying about you behind your back? And, at the end of the day, do they really care about you? www.danielleofri.com
Back by popular demand is romance expert Betsy Prioleau. You may remember her from episode 53 when she talked to Dr. Gluck about what makes ladies' men so sexy, well now it's time to switch it up. Betsy is here to talk about seductresses. After years of research, Betsy has found the key characteristics that make certain women goddesses, with men wrapped around their fingers. And most seductresses are plain-looking, some are even ugly, but they tap into a life force that Betsy will tell you all about. Women, take heed! www.betsyprioleau.com
Boobs, knockers, or cans — call 'em what you will, but there's no denying the importance of female breasts. From breast-milk to breast surgery, the bosom has quite the reputation. Author Florence Williams talks to Dr. Gluck about all the facets of breasts, some of which will surprise you. Did you know there are toxins in breast-milk? And that men lactate? And speaking of men, why ARE they breast obsessed (and it's not why you think)? Tune in to find out how little you know about a Double-D topic. www.florencewilliams.wordpress.com
We all have a vague idea of what asexuality is — the absence of sexual feelings. But there's a lot more to it that you don't know. Dr. Gluck talks with America's leading asexuality spokesperson, David Jay, about what asexuality is and what it isn't. Did you know that many asexuals masturbate? Did you know that most asexuals consider themselves romantic? And do you think asexuals deserve to be lumped in with the LGBT movement? Turn on this show to learn about those who don't get turned on. www.asexuality.org
Dr. Gluck talks with Kjerstin Gruys, a sociologist who blended her inner geek with her inner chic by conducting a bold experiment. After battling anorexia and her own body image issues, Gruys went one year without looking at herself in the mirror. Without her own reflection, she finally could self-reflect on beauty, feminism, and her own values. In that turbulent year, she got married, graded papers, and wrote a blog that would later become her acclaimed book "Mirror, Mirror, Off The Wall." Visit her website at www.ayearwithoutmirrors.com.
Turney Duff was a kid from small town Maine. So how did he end up punching himself years later in the streets of New York just so he could pretend he got mugged, get off work, and then book a hotel to snort cocaine? Duff is on GluckRadio to talk about his memoir THE BUY SIDE, in which he writes about his extraordinary rise to high-stakes Wall Street trades by day, and drugged-out partying by night. But just when it couldn't get any better with a wife, a newborn, a nice house, and wealth, his addiction takes an awful turn. www.turneyduff.com
He's a popular Jesuit who used to be a businessman. He's been called "George Carlin in a Roman collar." His name is Father Jim Martin. Dr. Gluck talks with the very funny Father Martin about the very serious issues facing the Catholic Church today. How can the Church adapt to the 21st century without sacrificing its integrity? How can it clean its image? And how did Martin go from a posh finance position to a cleric? @JamesMartinSJ
Ladies' Men, Casanovas, call them what you will. They are the rare men who elicit adoration in all the women who cross their paths. Dr. Gluck sits down with author Betsy Prioleau, an author who conducted years of research on history's greatest Don Juans to find what they had in common. Her results are not only surprising, but practical for the 21st century man. You don't have to be rich and handsome — Ladies' Men have very special traits and Betsy tells us all about them. Gentlemen, take out your pens and paper! www.betsyprioleau.com
How did a descendant of wolves become humanity's favorite animal? What did dogs do to earn our unflinching adoration? While "man's best friend" often takes simple orders, dog expert Brian Hare says they're a lot more intelligent than we make them out to be. Hare comes on the show to discuss how your dog ranks among others, how dogs use friendliness as a tool, and what dogs teach us about ourselves. www.brianhare.net
They have no conscience. They feel no guilt. Other people are tools for their pleasure. You might be thinking that all sociopaths are serial killers like Ted Bundy, but what if some aren't? What if you work with a sociopath and you don't know it? Or what if a sociopath is teaching your children at college, like our guest ME Thomas? She pseudonymously wrote the shocking book "CONFESSIONS OF A SOCIOPATH" which tells us her disturbing thought processes and her love for "ruining people." But can you protect yourself? She doesn't think so. www.sociopathworld.com
Meet Pearl Perry Reich. She comes to the studio to talk to Dr. Gluck about her transition from a Hasidic subservient wife to an outspoken critic of the orthodox religion. While still in her early twenties, she managed to leave what she called the "cult" of Hasidic Judaism, but it wasn't easy. She went through a contentious custody battle for her four kids, and her former community ostracized her. In addition to being a model, Pearlperry is now on a crusade to spill the dirt on Hasidism and help others who are in her situation. Follow her @PearlperryReich
Put your seat-belts on because Dr. Gluck faces off in a debate with Leah Gunn Barrett, director of New Yorkers Against Gun Violence. While they do agree on a lot, Dr. Gluck tees off on some of Barrett's beliefs on gun control in America. No one is debating the negative effects guns increasingly have on our country, but there is a heated debate in our nation about how to respond. For those of you who want to see another side of GluckRadio, look no further than these two pistols. www.nyagv.org
In a few years, China will be the world's largest economy, and by 2050, it will be the world's dominant country. Dr. Gluck talks about this with Martin Jacques, author of the wildly popular book "When China Rules The World." Even Chinese economists say that Jacques is one of the few Westerners who understands what China is now and what China will become. What will the 21st century look like without Western dominance? How hostile could they get? Is this doomsday or a New World Order? www.martinjacques.com
Dr. Gluck talks with Rabbi David Meyer about the disturbing rise of anti-semitism in Europe. Never since the Holocaust has European society been so inimical to the Jews. From bombings to anti-Jewish legislation, the threat on Jews has seen a sharp rise in countries like France, Sweden, Greece and Hungary. What shape has this "New antisemism" taken, and what shape will it take in the future? Where does it come from? And what are its farthest reaches? Hear the answers to these tough questions and more only on GluckRadio.
Dr. Gluck sits down in the studio with Carlin Flora, psychology journalist and author of "Friendfluence: The Surprising Ways Friends Make Us Who We Are." Carlin talks about her research into one of the most unrecognized group of people in our lives: friends. How do friends affect the way we eat? Our intelligence? Where does friendship and gender come into play? Do "friends with benefits" work? Dr. Gluck and Carlin dive into all these and more, only on GluckRadio. www.carlinflora.com
You can hardly go through one news cycle without reading about the devastating toll bullying takes on people today, especially children and teens. Dr. Gluck and Becky delve into this issue and search for answers. Why do we bully? How can kids be so cruel? What are the types of bullying out there? But the most important question Dr. Gluck answers is, 'What can be done about this?' This episode is an essential listen not just for parents, but for everyone. www.gluckradio.com
Weight-loss coach and psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula talks to Dr. Gluck about her groundbreaking book "You Are WHY You Eat." Unlike other weight-loss gurus, Dr. Ramani has been overweight herself, and shed those pounds with her realistic mindset and all-encompassing life changes. 85 pounds later, she put her discoveries in her book. Dr. Ramani helps us face the larger issues beyond dieting that will help us reach our body goals. www.doctor-ramani.com
Do other couples fight as much yours? How much sex are you having compared to everyone else? Find out the answers to these questions and more when Dr. Gluck talks with Chrisanna Northrup, author of 'The Normal Bar.' Chrisanna conducted the largest survey ever done on relationships, and her findings will shock you. From sex to fighting, from money to soul-mates, it's all in 'The Normal Bar.' Pick up your copy at www.thenormalbar.com
Meet Ken Stern, Former CEO of National Public Radio and author of "With Charity For All". Listen as Ken draws back the curtain from America's biggest charities and how they are failing to do something worthwhile with your donations. Learn how important it is to do your research before opening your wallet and make sure to pick up a copy of Ken's book on Amazon.com.
You might have heard the term, you might not have. Neuroplasticity is the change in both the brain's shape and functioning due to experiences or focused thinking. The brain is not like a finished machine, as we once thought, but like a piece of clay that changes throughout our whole lives. Dr. Gluck has been harnessing neuroplasticity in hypnosis to affect positive changes in his patients, and today he talks with his former-student, therapist and hypnotist Joshua Friedman, about this incredible science. To make an appointment with Joshua, call 212-842-2496.
This week, Dr. Gluck takes a break from interviewing and becomes the guest once again! Listen as he and his trusty side kick Becky deconstruct some of the most common lies we tell ourselves and why they're detrimental to everything from our productivity to our relationships! Like us at www.facebook.com/gluckradio and follow us @GluckRadio on Twitter!
Dr. Gluck hops on the phone with ex-NYPD officer Paul Bacon. After witnessing firsthand the horrific events of 9/11, he was motivated to serve in any way possible. The only problem is a liberal pacifist doesn't necessarily fit into the NYPD. During a tenure that only lasted 3 years, he hit some hilarious bumps in the road, including getting locked in his own police car. Join Paul and Dr. Gluck as they talk about not only his experiences, but some controversies like Stop & Frisk and quotas as told from the inside. www.paulbacon.com
If anyone has truly grabbed life by the balls, it is Roxana Shirazi. Born in Iran, she lived a beautiful childhood there until the war with Iraq forced her to flee to England. There, she discovered her love for Axl Rose, Rock and Roll, and Sex. She brought some of rock's greatest legends to her bed but rest assured she is more than just a pretty face. With a brilliant mind and an underlying sense of innocent curiosity, Roxana will make you think twice about labeling someone for embracing their sexuality. To learn more, visit RoxanaShirazi.com or buy her book "The Last Living Slut".
From ropes to bars, David Lawrence has let nothing hold him back in life. From tycoon CEO to pro boxer, from rapper to prisoner it seems there is nothing this man hasn't done at the age of 66 years young. He's a teacher and a poet, a trainer and an author, and devilishly funny to boot. Whether he's rolling up in a Rolls Royce limo or taking the 6 train, he's found joy and adventure in all his endeavors. To learn more, find him at awesomelawrence.com or pick up his memoir "King of White Collar Boxing".
In 1984, Sheila Wysocki was just a regular college student until one unexpected evening, her best friend was violently murdered. The case was never solved... until over twenty years later when Sheila received her Private Investigators license and got her best friend the justice she deserved. Founder of Without Warning: Fight Back, Sheila dedicated herself to raising awareness and teaching self defense. To learn more, please visit their website www.withoutwarning.org or check out their Twitter (@WithoutWarningFB) and Facebook
If you think etiquette is just some antiquated practice of aristocrats, think again. In a fast-paced and global world, it's the small things that make a big difference. Subtle social behavior could make the difference in getting a job or landing that second date. Dr. Gluck talks to etiquette expert Lyudmila Bloch about dining tips, netiquette (online and phone etiquette), workplace etiquette, etiquette between lovers, and more. www.etiquetteoutreach.com
Dr. Gluck talks with comedienne and actress Victoria Jackson about her unusual life as both a celebrity in show business and an impassioned conservative. Aside from doing an impression of Dr. Gluck, she talks about the twists and turns of her fascinating career. How did a promising gymnast and devout Christian become a memorable cast member on Saturday Night Live? And then how did that same person wind up at Tea Party rallies, making headlines for her statements? It's all in her tell-all book "Is My Bow Too Big?" in stores and on Amazon now. www.victoriajackson.com
In the first official debate ever on GluckRadio, Dr. Gluck welcomes two defenders of the 99% and two defenders of the 1% as the two teams argue over wealth redistribution, tax policy, and social and economic justice. Join Occupiers Pete Dutro and Justin Wedes (Episode 12) as they face off against Mark Derian (The Brazen Heads podcast) and Jake (Episode 26) in this heated debate. They have the facts, they have the passion, and even Dr. Gluck himself has some things to say.
From humanity's inception, it's been one of the most fundamental questions: is there a God? Dr. Gluck asks this very question to renowned atheist, Dan Barker of the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Dan is a former Christian pastor who "came out" as a non-believer, and never looked back. Is there a God? What's more, can you still be good without a God? www.ffrf.org
Meet Nancy Ancowitz, business communication coach and author of "Self-Promotion for Introverts®." Though she may not be "loud," she most certainly is "proud" to be a member of 50% of the population who are introverted. Nancy sits down with Dr. Gluck to talk about what introversion is, what its advantages are, and what introverts (such as Barack Obama) can do to further their professional lives in a world that often favors extroverts. www.nancyancowitz.com | www.selfpromotionforintroverts.com
Meet revolutionary scientist Aubrey de Grey. Aubrey started a foundation called SENS, which is looking to do what seems like the impossible: ending aging. Although Dr. de Grey sees aging as a disease and not a longevity issue, his research could mean that the middle aged person living today could live to 1000. With not enough funds and a whole lot of beard, Dr. de Grey is forging a groundbreaking path which just might change how long — and how — we live. www.sens.org.
It's a new year and we have a ton of new questions for Dr. Gluck. He once again sits down with his trusty side kick Becky to debunk your most common misconceptions in life, love and the pursuit of happiness! Kick start this new year with some great advice and, as Dr. Gluck always says,
"change your thinking and change your life!"
We've all traveled. But do we do it well? Dr. Glucks talks with travel expert and blogger, Johnny Jet, about where to go, how to get there, and how to maximize your fun. Are you staying in the right hotel? Why spend more money than you need to? Johnny will give you all the traveling tips and deals you've never heard before, as well as some stories from around the globe! www.johnnyjet.com or @johnnyjet.
Happy Holidays from the GluckRadio Staff! We'll see you in 2013 with some surprising shows up our sleeves.
Dr. Gluck, Devin, Becky, and John
Dr. Gluck talks with Jorja Leap, an expert on gang life in America and the author of "Jumped In: What Gangs Taught Me about Violence, Drugs, Love, and Redemption." As the senior policy advisor on Gangs and Youth Violence for the Los Angeles County Sheriff, Dr. Leap gives you the real deal on how gangs operate, as well as ideas on how to solve the issue. From the streets to the state court, she tells us the truth. Buy her book "Jumped In" on Amazon today!
In this episode, Dr. Gluck talks with Jake, the blogger behind www.iam1percent.com. His blog offers very real steps anyone can take to increase their wealth substantially. Today, Jake has a net worth of $1.2 million and he's not stopping there. The kicker? Jake is not even a financial expert — he's a pharmacist from a lower middle class background! So what is he doing that you're not? What can you start doing today? How much time are you wasting? www.iam1percent.com
In the episode you've all been waiting for, Dr. Gluck has an exclusive interview with Noel Biderman, the CEO of the adultery dating website AshleyMadison.com. Many news outlets have cast him as an immoral monster, but Dr. Gluck lets Noel, who is happily married, tell his side of the story. Is Noel just going where the money is, or is he something of a philosopher? Can people really get away with it? Is he really "saving marriages?" And most of all... could this site be for you? www.ashleymadison.com
So we've entered the holiday season: the time to spend with our families, as we eat, sing, and be merry, right? Right? Well... let's just say it's complex. For a lot of people, the holidays are stressful, emotionally murky, and even upsetting. If you fall in this category, Dr. Gluck offers this episode to you. Hopefully, he'll address the family concerns you might be having, so that it can truly be "happy holidays." www.glucksolutions.org
Dr. Gluck talks to Ruth Martiniuk, an activist for Empire State NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Legislation), the New York chapter of the famous marijuana lobby. With America coming around to what seems like the inevitable legalization of the drug, Dr. Gluck and Ruth talk logistics. How will it happen most effectively? Where do we draw the line? And, most of all, what does a parent say to a child who asks, "Mommy, did you ever smoke marijuana?" To learn more, visit http://norml.org/ny/
NYC performance artist, Phoenix Feeley, has been arrested multiple times for appearing topless in public. Under the notion that a woman's chest should be equal to a man's, she has been in court twice—one time winning $29,000 from New York City. Join Dr. Gluck and Becky as they explore her activism, her court cases, and what some might call her over-"bare"-ing manner. www.phoenixfeeley.com
Dr. Gluck and Becky sit down to continue their discussion on relationships, this time pondering how on earth you can find the right person to be with! Are we even meant to be with just one person? What should you look for in a significant other and what should you look for in yourself? Figure it out with us!
As the great Steve Martin once said, “I believe that sex is one of the most beautiful, natural, wholesome things that money can buy". In this, our twentieth episode, Dr. Gluck is joined by Kate D'Adamo and Brittany Love of the NYC chapter of the Sex Workers Outreach Project. The sex industry in New York City is highly stereotyped and harshly criticized but are we so hung up on the sex that we forget that these are people too? For more information about their cause go to www.swop-nyc.org or follow them on twitter @Swopnyc
Dr. Gluck asks Reverend Dennis Dillon, black economic activist and Reverend of the Brooklyn Christian Center, the tough questions about why the African-American community is still lagging when it comes to business ownership. Where does discrimination end and accountability come in to play? Who is really to blame? These are not easy answers, and Gluck doesn't tread lightly. To attend one of Rev. Dillon's seminars, call (718) 638-5483.
Outdoors coach and author, Jennifer Pharr Davis, hiked the 2,180 mile long Appalachian Trail in 46 days, which makes an average of 47 miles per day. Aided by her husband, she earned the world record for the fastest hike of the Appalachian Trail. Dr. Gluck talks with this super-athlete about her unbelievable feat, what getting hit by lightning feels like, and the lessons we can all learn with just our backpack and some determination. www.blueridgehikingco.com
Meet Marc Morgan. A Political/Non-Profit Fundraiser and Lobbyist who sits on the boards of DC Black Pride, the Log Cabin Republicans, and Adams Morgan Mainstreet to name a few. Listen as he and Dr. Gluck delve even further into last week's topic. Marc speaks freely about the difficulties that come with being out in the black community, the progress the Republican party is making with seeing a marriage equality as a human rights issue and much, much more. You don't want to miss it!
http://www.facebook.com/mmorgandc or follow him at @MarcMorgan_DC
Dr. Gluck sits down with Jimmy LaSalvia, executive director of the gay Republican organization, GOProud. Jimmy explains the seemingly contradictory "gay Republican" identity in a very demystifying and articulate way. Believing in small government, personal freedom, and monogamy, Jimmy quiets all naysayers and proves himself to be one of the most exceptional political minds today. www.goproud.org
It's finally Fall, the season synonymous with pumpkins, golden foliage and... witches? Starr RavenHawk and Lady Shadowe, are two fabulous and fascinating witches who practice a religion known as Wicca. Check all your notions of darkness and satanism at the door because these two ladies fill us in on the truth about witches. Dr. Gluck asks them about everything from spells to Harry Potter, and their answers will astound and amuse you.www.soulsandspirits.com www.wiccanfamilytemple.org
Susan is an ex-schizophrenic whose remarkable artistic talents gave her hope for a clearer and more hopeful life. She sits down with Dr. Gluck for GluckRadio's most intimate conversation yet. What goes on inside the mind of a schizophrenic? What was her remarkable recovery like? What is the connection between creativity and madness? Going from an institution to having her art showcased around the world (including the Clinton Library), this is Susan Weinreich. www.susanweinreich.com
Dr. Gluck has a short conversation with Jamie Nabozny, an activist and public speaker for anti-gay bullying awareness and eradication. As a gay youth, Jamie was bullied to the point of near-suicide and his school did nothing about it. But he managed to find enough courage and resolve to the point where he was able to sue his school. And win. Listen in as Dr. Gluck and Jamie talk about everything you need to know about bullying and how its victims can heal. www.jamienabozny.com.
Dr. Gluck sits down with two members of the vital protest movement Occupy Wall St. Media spokesperson, Justin Wedes, and financial consultant for the protest, Pete Dutro, join Dr. Gluck in a heated debate as they talk about the problems in our society and how to fix them. Forget what everyone else has said about the movement, you'll get 100% of the truth here at GluckRadio. Find them at www.occupywallst.org or @petedutro and @justinwedes.
This week's guest is none other than Dr. G himself! Listen as his trusty side kick Becky turns the tables on him as they chat about relationships. She asks him all the tough questions we have about dating, marriage and everything in between. Whether you are in a relationship, married, parents or single, there is a little bit of wisdom in here for everyone. You don't want to miss out!
Visit Dr. Gluck's website www.glucksolutions.org to learn more about his practice or, call our office at 212-599-3195 with any questions you may have! Til next time!
In this episode, Dr. Gluck chats with Ben Atherton-Zeman, a male feminist who chairs the "National Organization of Men Against Sexism" and tours his anti-sexism show "Voices of Men" across the country. Does Ben think even FLIRTING is sexism? Is it hard being both male and feminist? What does co-host Becky have to say about it all? GluckRadio.
Sadly, we have no show for you this week but Dr. Gluck still has something to say! Tune in next week for your GluckRadio fix!
Dr. Gluck welcomes Sarab al-Jijakli, an Arab-American activist from NYC who chairs the Network of Arab-American Professionals. While originally set to be a debate on Israel/Palestine between Mr. al-Jijakli and a representative of Israel, the latter fell ill which left Dr. Gluck in charge of adopting the Israeli side. What follows is a very spirited dialogue: sometimes tense, always informative. Are we ready to hear all Sarab has to say? Listen and find out. To offer feedback, contact Sarab at http://twitter.com/sarabny and contact GluckRadio at 206-337-6139.
Dr. Gluck invites an anti-gentrification activist, Wasim Lone, and an art curator who mounted an exhibit on gentrification, Dexter Wimberly, to come on the show and talk about this hot issue. Is gentrification good or bad? What is the REAL issue? Who is REALLY to blame? What can we do going forward?
Dr. Gluck speaks with Sarah Burge, AKA "The Human Barbie" about her controversial life in the limelight. A representative of plastic surgeons worldwide and a mother of three, Sarah has led a life of both extreme tragedy and unprecedented success. Listen as she sets the record straight regarding everything from her 8 year-olds plastic surgery vouchers to being wrongfully thrown off of the Anderson Cooper show. If you want to know the real Sarah Burge, press play. www.thesarahburge.co.uk
Doris Nowillo-Suda forgave her father's murderer, a homeless thug who unintentionally beat him to death. How could she find it in herself to forgive? And is forgiveness even right in some circumstances? Listen in as Dr. Gluck presses her on a seldom asked question: Is forgiveness always a good thing?
Meet Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, alternative cancer treatment expert. He's been in practice in New York City since 1987 utilizing his program called the Gonzalez Regimen which consists of taking 150-200 pills a day, regular coffee enemas, and living a healthy lifestyle. Is it possible that the treatment for cancer is a simple as this? It sounds crazy... until you hear what he has to say.
Dr. Jeffrey Rubin is a New York based psychotherapist who blends the best of both Eastern Meditative traditions and Western psychotherapeutic treatments. Listen as he discusses how we can break through the chatter in our minds to truly find happiness and beauty in life. He is the author of multiple books and essays, most recently "The Art of Flourishing" available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. www.DrJeffreyRubin.com
He's as close to Da Vinci as we're going to get. He lent his mind to Congress, he directed Hollywood stars, he wrote a crime trilogy, he has white-collar success... oh, and he plays in a band. Welcome to this man's mind.www.tomavitabile.com
Carla Tara is an intimacy expert and Tantric Master. She takes the boredom of everyday sex and turns it into a deep, pleasurable connection. Carla has taught Tantra to people all over the world and maintains a practice in NYC. She has written two books: Lessons from a Tantric Tango Dancer and Secrets of the Ocean Breath. www.1tantra.com
Hattie RetroAge is a 76 year old self-described cougar who embraces her insatiable sexual appetite, having sex with 18 year old men regularly. She encourages other older women out there to embrace their own sexuality. With the Guinness Book of World Records for the oldest topless model, she has become a celebrity coach, featured on Oprah's OWN channel and The Learning Channel. She is the author of several books, her most recent entitled Exquisite Aging. www.holisticallyhattie.com