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The interview is now here Rita Chapman follows the rule: “The more you give, the more you get. She induces people like me to send people to her web site through interviewing other authors. She has just let me know … Continue reading
1. Carolyn, I have just published the next issue of my Bobbing Around, and suddenly realized that I haven’t received notification of your newsletter for a few months. I hope this doesn’t mean something dire. Please let me know how … Continue reading
I sent this email to Carolyn in early September. She replied, and we ended up with an interview all writers will find illuminating. And please note: one person who leaves a comment will be randomly chosen to receive a FREE … Continue reading
I have reviewed Cynthia’s book Quantum Jumps, and found it so fascinating that I arranged this interview. Comments are welcome, at the bottom of the page. BOB: What was it like to be a female Physics student at University? CYNTHIA: … Continue reading
While this interview is dated April, 2010, it is as timely and relevant today as it was then. Please leave a comment.
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Name Dr. Bob Rich. ? Actually, Bob is my spiritual name. Also, if my mother had known that the Russians rather than Americans would conquer Hungary, I might have been named Igor or Boris instead of…
Note: The comments section is right down the bottom of the page. Erin Ireland’s husband almost succeeded in murdering her and her children. As a result, she spent two years homeless, although her health was terrible. Not only did she … Continue reading
Here is a post by my friend Alfredo, whose book has just been published.
Use Guided Imagery Meditation for Health and Well-Being – Interview with Dr. Bob Rich, Psychotherapist
Use Guided Imagery Meditation for Health and Well-Being – Interview with Dr. Bob Rich, Psychotherapist.
In 2010, Nikola Blavin, then a research student at Melbourne University, established a web site celebrating past asylum seekers who had contributed to Australia. Sir Gustav Nossal was the most illustrious, but Nikola was kind enough to include me. When … Continue reading