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Between The Lines with Barry Kibrick

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Dennis Palumbo co-wrote the critically acclaimed, Oscar nominated film, My Favorite Year. But it is his years as a psychotherapist, specializing in the creative process, which brings him to our program. His series of columns from Psychology Today titled: Hollywood on the Couch, is read by many who find blocks in their creativity, whether it be in writing, business, or life in general.

Dennis Palumbo is a world renowned psychologist and writer of the acclaimed film, My Favorite Year. Our discussion about his latest novel, Phantom Limb, will go deep into the art and psychology of writing.

Diamond Dallas Page is known as one of the greatest wrestling champions to enter the ring. However, after breaking his back during a match he knew he had to rediscover himself. With his book, Positively Unstoppable, we discuss how his philosophy, motivation and his DDP Yoga is transforming lives around the globe.

Dr. Chopra, with his latest book You Are the Universe, gives us a new alliance of science and spirituality to help us discover our cosmic self and why it matters.

Dr. Gail Gross is a nationally recognized family therapist. After the loss of her college aged daughter she never thought she would survive. Our conversation about her book, The Only Way Out is Through, offers strategies for dealing not only with profound grief, but how to cope and even thrive after any loss.

Can you become part of a medical revolution? The world renowned cardiac surgeon and researcher Dr. Gerald Buckberg believes you must. Dr. Buckberg is a Distinguished Professor of Surgery at the Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and his landmark research in open heart surgery has already saved over twenty-five million lives. But he also knows that's a small fraction of all those who could be saved. With his book, Solving the Mysteries of Heart Disease, he shows why patients must now take action to save their own lives and those of our loved ones.

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