Dr. Brody has written a number of articles on family health and forensic mental health, and these articles are now available for your reference.
Why do we continue to hold on to that which troubles us? Whether it's an eating disorder or a stale marriage, people love to ponder what they should be removing from their life without actually doing it. Download the article.
How is it that so many people are able to set aside their mental troubles for a few weeks every year and enjoy the holidays, only to return to treatment with the same issues and problems soon after? Download the article.
Questions And Answers
Sometimes patients are looking for answers that only they can provide. The therapist can only outline the problem and offer advice, and it is up to the patient to draw the conclusions. It may be a difficult task, but it is also an essential one. Download the article.
Something is Better Than Nothing
We are taught from childhood that something is always better than nothing, which is why some would rather stay in abusive relationships and give in to their addictions than risk having nothing to fill those "voids." Download the article.
Whether it's the geographical gap between loved ones or the personal gap between who you are and who you want to be, many are looking to limit the "space" in their lives. That is, sometimes, until they actually do it. Download the article.
The Perfect Couple
Finding the ideal mate is risky business. Find out what the reason could be for picking the “wrong” person in spite of your good intentions. Download the article.
The old song goes “You always hurt the one you love”. Is this the true nature of our relationships with the ones we love? If so, then perhaps you are in need of a local snake-charmer. Download the article.
Foreclosure of experience is how we close our mind’s eye and avoid experiencing something painful. This works well in the short run, but is usually costly in the end. Download the article.