How there are potentials for humor all around us constantly – in what we think, see, and hear.
Why stress yourself out trying to be happy?
A commentary on feminism, men, and traditional masculinity.
Marriage and its pitfalls – and the biggest is the stuff we say.
How annoying optimistic people can be.
“Isn’t it time we had a psychologist in the White House?”
Talks about how humor is so important in the classroom.
Why did I become a psychology professor?
Talking about the annoying things that people do.
I admire the teaching profession, and I remember many of my teachers – some terrific ones, and some not so terrific.
Do you lack self-esteem?
Focusing on politics and reality of beauty.
Years ago, as a psych professor, I did a research project where I interviewed beautiful women on what it feels like to be the subject of so much attention based on looks.
So many of us want to be famous, but fame does have its drawbacks.
Though texting has made speech unnecessary, some of us still enjoy this antiquated means of communication. But sometimes the problem is starting a conversation. In this episode, you’ll learn how to do this! And it doesn’t involve alcohol. It’s all in fun, though, so I wouldn’t advise doing most of what I suggest here. —…
In this episode, the Kvetching Professor first talks about two of the most famous advice columns ever — “Dear Abby” and “Ask Ann Landers.” And then it’s about his own altogether fictitious contribution — “Dr. Mark.” Unless you wanted a good laugh, you probably wouldn’t want to write in to ask Dr. Mark for his…