Monthly Archives: April 2013

Morning Thought: Extended Empathy

I think I might finally understand the spiritual meaning of ”On a clear day…you can see forever”. No, I’m not talking about the Barbara Streisand version of the hit song which is admittedly a musical home run. I am thinking … Continue reading

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CaptCliff on Dr. Cliff’s Writing

One of my faults as I writer is continually forgetting how to write for normal people. Before graduate school, before writing journal articles, and well before going into private practice I enjoyed writing (and reading) and never had to think … Continue reading

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Solving Crimes Using Psychology and a Computer

Was the Boston Marathon “terrorist” also responsible for an unsolved triple murder in Waltham, Mass back in 2011?  Absolutely. Use your laptop and a little psychology to connect the dots. This is a no brainer. Look up the You Tube … Continue reading

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Testosterone: Man Medicine or Latest Big Pharma Scheme

Testosterone: Man Medicine or Big Pharma Sex Scheme by Cliff Mazer, Ph.D. I’m not great at math, but according to the TV commercial I just watched, I may have little or no “natural” testosterone left in my aging body. It … Continue reading

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Growing Up in Highland Park

I know I should probably be more worried about a nuclear war with North Korea or sweating bullets about how I’ve procrastinated doing my taxes (again) but lately I cant stop thinking about my childhood in Highland Park, Illinois. Growing … Continue reading

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Brave New World: Sex Without Orgasms

As a sex therapist and an old codger, I am not one to shy away from new technologies, unless technology refers to a computer or smart phone or anything digital. In that case I’m hopelessly lost and incompetent.  I mean … Continue reading

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