Checklist for Hidden Anger From a handout of Onsite Workshops (, with additional information from Dr. Gore. If we have any national fault, it is hiding our own anger from ourselves. Here is a checklist to help you determine if you are hiding your anger from yourself. Any of these is usually a sign of… Read More

On Feelings I make a distinction between thinking and feeling. I think with my HEAD, and I feel with my heart, my gut, my back, my BODY. Most people live up in their head, I know I was real comfortable there, and I stayed there most of the time. In America, we get rewarded for… Read More

Passive Assertive Aggressive Behavior No matter what problems bring people into therapy, I am amazed at the number of people who have difficulties with assertiveness. Here is a hand out that my clients have found helpful. (*From an anonymous handout, with additional information from Dr. Gore) NOTE: This page does NOT discuss passive-aggressive behavior. For… Read More

ADHD: A Fair and Balanced View OK, Dr. Gore, is it true that you know everything there is to know about Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder? A: No. Q: Then why should I ask you questions about Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder? A: Because I have some strong opinions about this “disorder.” And, because there is a lot of mis-information going… Read More

How to Raise a Juvenile Deliquent from the Houston Police Department This handout gets a lot of reactions from people. It was written by policemen, not psychologists or psychiatrists. I like it because it addresses the "Number One Problem" facing families in the Metro Atlanta area: The reluctance of parents to be firmly in charge… Read More