Guns and Isolated Young Men (Part 2/3)

© 2013 By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. In last week’s blog, I raised three issues to consider when addressing a social problem, then I talked about the first one: avoiding “all-or-nothing” thinking in addressing the problem of mass shootings, such as the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut and the Aurora theater in Colorado. I […]

Healing America: What Can Be Done?

© 2012 By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. and Don Saposnek, PhD Now that the election is over, many people are asking for our opinion of what should be done to avoid future “high-conflict” elections, since we wrote about this problem in our book, Splitting America. Now is the time to prevent such hostility from occurring […]

The Secret to a 79-Year Marriage – and Politics

© 2012 By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. I am writing this on Nov. 3rd. By the time you read this, the election may be over. I hope so. However, elections are so close these days that one “side” or the other is bound to feel ripped off. There will be outcries that it was rigged. […]