Category: Dr. Gayle’s Column

Ask Dr. Gayle Kimball-April 2011

The democracy revolutions in the Middle East are exciting, but do you think theyâ??re worth the hundreds of people whoâ??ve been shot?

Ask Dr. Gayle Kimball-January 2011

Therapist Michael Newton and businessman Robert Monroe spent years studying this, the former by doing hypnotic regressions with his clients, and the latter by astral traveling to many dimensions using â??hemi-synchâ? audio technologies that stimulate bo

Ask Dr. Gayle Kimball

Life is too short to waste any time. Write a list of what youâ??d like to do before you die, including travel, new skills, good deeds and service to others, and fun.

Ask Dr. Gayle Kimball

I recently facilitated a baby blessing for a couple whose marriage I performed six years ago. Part of the ceremony was asking the great-grandparents, grandparents, and step-grandparents what they wished theyâ??d known when they first became parents.

Ask Dr. Gayle Kimball

What makes people happy? More than 100 questions were asked of 1,280 Americans ages 13-24 in 2007 (by the Associated Press and MTV). As with people of all ages, relationships with family and friends are the greatest source of happiness. Money was not

Ask Dr. Gayle Kimball

Do you think New Yearâ??s resolutions do any good? A: Itâ??s a good time to do a self-evaluation, or what businesses call benchmarking their progress.