Toward a New Relationship With Power

  That report also revealed that approximately half of Republicans see Democrats as more closed minded, immoral, lazy, and dishonest than other Americans, and that well over two-thirds of Democrats see Republicans as more closed minded, dishonest, immoral, and unintelligent. Share Dr. Gruder’s Post

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Between when you read this and October 19, 2016, there will be times when this website won’t be available. So, if you come here to DrGruder.com and can’t access the site, please know that nothing is wrong. It only means that the performance upgrades are being implemented. It will be worth the wait. Here’s how to explore or be in touch …

Seeing the Political Forest for the Trees: The Greatest News in an Ugly Election

I would be overstating it to say that I am delighted about the ugliness of the current presidential campaign. But not by a lot. Excited would be a more accurate word. Excited because I’m seeing both of the main party candidates unwittingly helping to end of an era of profoundly dysfunctional and dangerously outdated leadership. Excited because I’m the third …

Which Culture Changes Create Winning Organizations?

The San Diego Padres Major League Baseball team has a long history of losing seasons. The team hired a new manager, Andy Green. It didn’t take him long to make a pivotal observation: the Padres have been consistent losers not because of their personnel deficits but because they have never developed a winning culture. Green is well aware of other losing …

End CDL (Corrective Lens Dependency)!

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What World Leaders — and Us — Can Do in Response to the Paris Massacre of November 2015

This is an open letter to political, religious and human potential thought leaders in the wake of Paris’s version of 9/11. I believe the following words by Les Brown reflect the highest intentions of perhaps most political, religious and human potential thought leaders, as well as the sentiments of perhaps the majority of humanity: “May we explore ways to create peace …

What World Leaders — and Us — Can Do in Response to the Paris Massacre of November 2015

The terrorism attacks in Paris are yet another example of just how dangerous Fanaticism Disorder can be. My heart is with all Parisians at this time, and all those outside Paris as well, who have been traumatized by the 11/13/2015 attacks. As part of my own healing from being in the New York area on and after 9/11, I wrote …

What World Leaders — and Us — Can Do in Response to the Paris Massacre of November 2015

The terrorism attacks in Paris are yet another example of just how dangerous Fanaticism Disorder can be. My heart is with all Parisians at this time, and all those outside Paris as well, who have been traumatized by the 11/13/2015 attacks. As part of my own healing from being in the New York area on and after 9/11, I wrote …

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The 4 Shades of Anger & Why Anger Management Doesn’t Help

Of all our emotions, anger is perhaps the feeling we most tend to mess up. With ourselves & with others. That’s understandable — on the surface at least. You see, most people associate anger with manipulation and violence: whether verbal, physical, sexual or spiritual. Anger is Widely Misused Look at all the road rage and school shootings. Think about the blow-ups and …