Do You Have a Bad Picker?

By the Price of Business, Media Partner of US Daily Review.

Special content for the Price of Business. 

Kevin Price, Publisher and Editor in Chief of USDR hosts the Price of Business on Business Talk 1110 AM KTEK on Bloomberg’s home in Houston.  Recently Price interviewed Jesse Carter, author of, “Got a Bad Picker?” (Outskirts  Press).

According to the publisher: “Do you ever feel constrained or dissatisfied by life or your relationships, like you’re living in a straitjacket? Are you frustrated trying to make sense of love or all of the chaos around you? The search for the meaning of it all has given Philosophers nightmares throughout the ages. In reality, the meaning of life is what you give it. In other words, we as humans have the choice to decide what’s important to us. Accepting and take responsibility for these choices is the ultimate freedom and the beginnings of contentment. In this book, we explore potential root causes and consequences of making poor relationship choices. Then, most importantly, how to enhance and fix a bad picker. And lastly, how by becoming your own match maker, by using objective data, rules, and strategies you can make the best choices for your happiness. The strategy is to act as if you were match making for your very best friend, but in reality you’re gaining self awareness and making more objective and intuitive decisions for yourself. Although this book was written for dissatisfied relationship minded women. There are universal themes explored which has utility for satisfied couples, and men as well. In this book, I draw upon the wealth of positive psychology research along with practically tested clinical experience to offer a wide array of innovative holistic exercises designed to assist and improve your well-being and that of your family/relationships. The goals are to restore balance to your life by: utilizing new strategies, finding your rhythm and flow, improve self esteem, confidence, and assisting you in taking charge of your life.”

Here is that interview in its entirety:

Dr. Carr is a Board Certified Psychiatrist and has been practicing for over 24 years. He completed his residency at the University of Southern California in 1991, and has served as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences at the same institution. He has been a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology since 1993. He is also a seasoned researcher and has conducted over 100 clinical research studies as the Principal Investigator. Dr. Carr has served as the Medical Director of a number of inpatient and outpatient programs over the years, including: • The Return to Work/Function program • The Co-occurring disorders program • The Elders program • The Transitions program • The Share program II (substance abuse program) • Intensive Outpatient programs • Partial Hospital programs • Psychogeriatric consultants

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