On May 16th, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., I will be participating in the Beaverton Libary Book Fair and featuring my latest release, “The Cogjam Effect.” It turned into a virtual event, given the pandemic, and is using Zoom. Thus everybody is welcome! There will even be time set aside for questions. If you would […]
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Over the last few days, impeachment proceedings and worries of where they may lead us have taken center stage. Community stress, especially socio-political stress, is on the upswing. It’s so easy to take sides. Stress wiring urges us to quickly bond with those whose paths are similar to our own. We jump to the offense/defense […]
And healing is near. No matter who you are or how today’s polarizing stress shakes up your world, The Cogjam Effect – and the Path to Healing Divisive Community and Fractured Science has answers. Healthy community can be restored. Likewise, we can reestablish the common sense, logic, and and evidence-based thinking that has served us […]
Get a Head Start
The release of The Cogjam Effect is right around the corner. While you’re waiting, you can get a head start with sample chapters available on Amazon:
We’re Almost There!
Kharis Publishing has slated release of The Cogjam Effect . . . and the Path to Healing Community Divisiveness and Fractured Science for September 2019. That’s only a little over a month from now! Soon, there will be guidance for traversing these chaotic and confusing political times: Simple nonpartisan advice, based on both state-of-the-art brain […]