Dan appears on the May 30, 2019 episode of the United on Wheels Podcast produced by the United Spinal Association, to discuss mental health awareness. You can listen to the podcast here. [spp-player] You can hear more podcasts in the United on Wheels Podcast series here.
Every tree has scars and knots, evidence of what they have lost over their lifetime and somehow those scars are what makes them so beautiful.. And still they stand. So too with people, writes Dan in this blog post.
Starting Jan. 22, Dan Gottlieb and Lori Volpe offer a new eight-week course in mindfulness and meditation to help your self-compassion.
Dan recalls how shopping for shoes helped him learn to ask for help.
Outside of my bedroom window, I am so fortunate to get to see the beauty of raw nature every day. I feel so peaceful as I watch the trees both nearby and in the distance moving gently in the breeze and how the lower leaves might be moving while the upper wants seem still. I […]
To all my “Voices” friends and family, The following is a letter I sent to the entire staff at WHYY: I decided not to renew my contract in July. Even though I am only doing six specials a year, it’s the right time for me. After 32 years, I’d like to just say briefly how […]
Angela Duckworth, Character Lab CEO and University of Pennsylvania professor, has found that grit is the hallmark of high achievers in every domain. Defining grit as the “combination of passion and perseverance for a singularly important goal,” Duckworth has identified scientific evidence that grit can grow and determined that grittiness, not IQ or natural talent, explains why some people succeed […]
Join Dr. Dan Gottlieb and Lori Volpe for a new four-week course, “Forgiveness as a Path to Love,” beginning March 27 and continuing for four Tuesday evenings at Yoga for Living, 1926 Greentree Road, Cherry Hill, NJ. Download the flyer for more details. Forgiveness Workshop Flyer 2018 (PDF File)
Today the number was 17. 17 children were massacred in a high school in Florida. And massacred by an 18-year-old kid with an automatic weapon. And guess what we are going to hear tomorrow? “Thoughts and prayers.” Now we need to take to the streets in Washington. Historically, the only marches that have been successful […]
On December 19, I went to the funeral of a neighbor. He was a 51-year-old man who was a handsome and vital person with a bright compassionate and beautiful wife and an adorable 10-year-old boy named Alex. Understandably, his wife and sister were in agony. I know a bit about that agony, having lost both […]