My guest today is Dr. Robert Szczerba. He is the CEO of X Tech Ventures, a rocket scientist who is now using technology for social good, helping people with mental health issues, a career change born out of the painful diagnosis of his baby boy with autism. He is a columnist for Forbes and The Huffington Post.
I am joined again in the studio today with Amy Newmark, the owner and publisher of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series of books. For today's "Is This Normal" question, we hear from a man who's wife no longer makes him happy
Amy Newmark, publisher and editor in chief of the "Chicken Soup for the Soul" series discusses how her childhood with multiple serious illness led to finding success with Chicken soup for the Soul.
Ian Kerner, author of "She Comes First," and I answer a question from a man who is concerned over his lack of true sexual desire.
Ian Kerner is a nationally renowned sex therapist and author of "She Comes First" who launched his career because he personally struggled with premature ejaculation.
On this week's Is This Normal, relationship expert Siggy Flicker and our own Dr. Gail Saltz fields a question from a married woman who says, while she loves her husband, she is no longer IN love with him. Tune in to find out "Is This Normal?"
My guest today is Siggy Flicker. She's a relationship expert, a professional matchmaker, TV personality that you've probably seen tons of places. She's the author of "Write Your Own Fairy Tale: The New Rules for Dating, Relationships, and Finding Love On Your Terms." And of course, she's one of stars of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey."
This week Dr. Gail Saltz fields a question from a mother who is worried about her son's inability and lack of desire to have friends.
My guest today is Steve Silberman, the author of the New York Times best seller "Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity." The book is the winner of 2015 Samuel Johnson Prize for Nonfiction. Steve has covered science and cultural affairs for Wired and other national magazines for more than 20 years. His writing has appeared in the New Yorker, Nature, and Salon.
In this week's mini episode of "Is This Normal," Dr. Gail Saltz answers a question from an adult listener who still has trouble reading. It's a perfect addendum to our show from Monday when we featured an interview with thought leader, author, and Harvard Law graduate Dov Seidman -- who also happens to be dyslexic.
Dov Seidman is the founder and CEO of Legal Resources Network, a highly successful ethics based corporation and author of “How” is also severely dyslexic. Dov tells the story of his repetitive academic failures in school and how he utilized his dyslexia and what he learned from it to catapult himself to Harvard Law school and then creating a highly successful business.
Style and Fashion Consultant Stacy London discusses her struggles with self-image shattering psoriasis, depression and a severe eating disorder and how each of these difficulties led to her dramatic successes as stylist for Vogue, a television host and a much sought after style consultant to the stars. Then we help a woman who hates her thighs and asks “Is This Normal?”
Welcome to "The Power of Different with Dr. Gail Saltz." This program will examine the minds of today's high achievers as well historic icons who not only overcame "different" but THRIVED because of it. The show will answer your calls and questions about whether something you, or someone you know, is doing something, or feeling something that you wonder, "Is This Normal?" Hosted by New York City-based psychiatrist and best-selling author Dr. Gail Saltz.