January 25, 2015

Dr. B’s recent blog posts

Jihad and the threat to human growth, potential

This article is published by Dr. Barnard in the Washington Times  Digital Magazine: www.AmericanCurrentSee.com. (January 18, 2015) … [Read More...]

Reversing Family Drift

Please follow this link and sign up for the online magazine of the Washington Times  (www.americancurrentsee.com) to read my latest article on declining family values, "Reversing Family Drift (a revolutionary manifesto)." Happy Thanksgiving...remember to be grateful! … [Read More...]

Cannabis and the Developing Brain

Please read my article in The Washington Times magazine, "American CurrentSee" at: www.americancurrentsee.com. … [Read More...]

Dear Dad

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY...to all dad's! Whether you are a biological, adoptive, foster, step or a surrogate father, you are so important in the lives of your children and necessary for the good health of our society. "Dear Dad" was first published in the Washington Times online magazine: … [Read More...]

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Attitude and Effort

There are many factors that contribute to success, but so much of success is about attitude and effort. Coach Larry Hays, former Texas Tech University head baseball coach and the fourth winningest college baseball coach of all times, highlighted these two important factors for his team with the … [Read More...]

The KISS Principle

KISS             Kelly Johnson was the lead engineer at the “Lockheed Skunk Works” that created such notable spy planes as the U-2 and the SR-71. Reportedly, he gave his team the challenge to design an aircraft that could be repaired by average mechanics with only a handful of tools while in the … [Read More...]

Thanksgiving Week: A Time for Gratitude

Thanksgiving week is a time for gratitude. That’s why it’s one of my favorite times of the year. Late fall brings a noticeable change in the weather and the anticipation of the religious and commercial holiday season. But “Thanksgiving Day” is a time for families, good food and bringing a focus of … [Read More...]

Bullying: Contingent Self-Worth and Callous-Unemotional Traits

What does contingent self-worth (CS) and callous-unemotional (CU) traits have to do with each other and how are they related to bullying and parenting? Let’s explore these two concepts and their relationship. When individuals’ self-worth and esteem is primarily based on external factors and other … [Read More...]