Meet Dr Solomons

Author Of Born To Be Worthless

http://www.borntobeworthless.com/about/

  • Connector.

    Why do people who seem to “have it all” sometimes lose their way and crash?

  • Connector.

    Why are so many of us hooked on pills?

  • Connector.

    Why is drug and alcohol addiction so prevalent?

  • Connector.

    These and related questions come up frequently in my clinical practice as a psychiatrist dealing with people suffering from depressive and anxiety disorders. I have written a manuscript to explore these issues from the perspective of self-esteem.I am launching this website to raise awareness about these issues and to generate interest and discussion with the hope that it will create the momentum to see the manuscript become a published book. It will appeal to and help the many who are seen as sick when instead they’re experiencing self-esteem failure. We need to learn to appreciate the difference between being sick and being stuck, and this is what the book teaches.– Dr. Kevin Solomons (aka Dr. Self-Esteem)

  • Connector.

    Why are we so fixated on food and obsessed with our body image?

  • Connector.

    Why do relationships not seem to last? What’s happened to commitment?

  • Connector.

    Why is plastic surgery so popular?

  • Connector.

    Why has culture turned from revering our seniors to idolizing our youth?

  • Connector.

    Why do people who seem to “have it all” sometimes lose their way and crash?

  • Connector.

    Why are so many of us hooked on pills?

  • Connector.

    Why is drug and alcohol addiction so prevalent?

  • Connector.

    These and related questions come up frequently in my clinical practice as a psychiatrist dealing with people suffering from depressive and anxiety disorders. I have written a manuscript to explore these issues from the perspective of self-esteem.I am launching this website to raise awareness about these issues and to generate interest and discussion with the hope that it will create the momentum to see the manuscript become a published book. It will appeal to and help the many who are seen as sick when instead they’re experiencing self-esteem failure. We need to learn to appreciate the difference between being sick and being stuck, and this is what the book teaches.– Dr. Kevin Solomons (aka Dr. Self-Esteem)

  • Connector.

    Why are we so fixated on food and obsessed with our body image?

  • Connector.

    Why do relationships not seem to last? What’s happened to commitment?

  • Connector.

    Why is plastic surgery so popular?

  • Connector.

    Why has culture turned from revering our seniors to idolizing our youth?

Videos

Recent
Posts

Contact
US

You are theoretically able to maintain your sense of positive self-worth for as long as you live, as long as the world cooperates with the arrangements whereby it provides you with self-worth; as long as you can make the small adjustments required to keep those arrangements intact, your original strategies to find approval from the world remain secure, and you remain full of positive self-regard. What is more likely, however, is that somewhere along the way the successful strategies you learned begin to fail you

Social
Feeds

Facebook

Twitter