Category Archives: Ask the Psychologist

Ask The Psychologist Issue #37: You Choose Who To Believe: The book by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr who is the son of former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and more related material

Ask the Psychologist

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr is the son of former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and as you would assume, is a life long Democrat like the current President. His book is contrary to current Democratic policy. So his book is not politically biased by his political affiliation, but an attempt to get at the truth. […]

Ask The Psychologist Issue #36: Potlucks and Buffet’s; their relationship to the Flu / Virus and Food Poisoning

Ask the Psychologist

In 2017 I wrote a #1 Best Seller that deals with “The Psychology of How We Choose to Eat, titled Unhealthy or Healthy EATING, it’s Finally up to You”. In this book, I discuss some food safety issues that I learned from taking formal initial and advanced food safety classes, required when you own a restaurant.The classes reinforced […]

Ask The Psychologist Issue #35: Veterans and Their Treatment by the Various VA Hospitals, Good or Bad?

Ask the Psychologist

After the last two editorials of Ask The Psychologist, I feel it was fitting to share my thoughts and those of what was reported in USA Today Newspaper on November 1st, 2012.   I have been asked numerous times, what I thought about the Veterans Administrations treatment of our Veterans. The last 2 issues of Ask The Psychologist entitled, “#33, Just […]

Ask The Psychologist Issue #34: Veterans Day Radio Interview on Veteran Suicide by Bart P Billings, PhD

Ask the Psychologist

Instead of writing about Veteran Suicides, the attached radio interview covers more extensively what I have observed on this important subject. Please listen and if questions, please respond via this email and I will do my best to answer your concerns.   You should be able to either play, or download the show here: https://thepowerhour.com/podcast/veterans-day-special-w-dr-bart-billings-november-11-2021-hour-2/ or […]

Ask The Psychologist Issue #33: “SEZ ME” Just thinking about non-stopped Veteran suicides resulting in possible Government savings with TV series and news interviews focusing on the subject

Ask the Psychologist

On Veterans Day (2021), I was interviewed on a national radio show and the subject of veteran’s suicide came up. I reiterated what I wrote a few years back, as an editorial and would like to restate the following thoughts on the subject that I partially stated on the radio show.   “If we had […]

Ask The Psychologist Issue #32: Just Because you are Paranoid doesn’t Mean they aren’t After you.

Ask the Psychologist

Joseph Heller once stated, “Just because your paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t after you.” Today I had an attorney friend of over 30 years tell me, “I don’t exactly trust anyone anymore”. Although this is the nature of being an attorney, he was personally concerned on a more human and personal levels as to who to […]

Ask The Psychologist Issue #31: The New Leprosy In Our Society As Seen Personally, First Hand

Ask the Psychologist

In Biblical times, people suffering from the skin disease of leprosy were treated as outcasts. … They were forbidden to have any contact with people who did not have the disease and they had to ring a bell and shout “unclean” if anyone approached them. Leprosy symbolizes the defilement of sin, which results in separation from God and the […]

Ask The Psychologist Issue #30: The Difference Between A Disagreement And An Argument

Ask the Psychologist

I recently received a call from my graduate school informing me that it has been 50 years since I have received my PhD. Since they are doing an article about the use of my PhD I received over 50 years, they wanted to know what was most important to me in working with patients and […]

Ask The Psychologist Issue #29: History of Lobotomy and how the Media Reported on it

Ask the Psychologist

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE THE MORE THEY REMAIN THE SAME —              (Previous editorials can be found at www.bartpbillings.com) In graduate school, we were made aware of what was, in the past, described as a Pre-Frontal Lobe Lobotomy. But we were not given the full story of how it was reported on at […]

Ask The Psychologist Issue #28: Harvard Epidemiologist Martin Kulldorff on Vaccine Passports, the Delta Variant, and the COVID ‘Public Health Fiasco’

Ask the Psychologist

Generally, Ask The Psychologist focuses on general psychological issues but over the past year and a half, we have been getting inconsistent information about the world wide pandemic, which leads to psychological mistrust. I always told my interns that if you want to drive people crazy, be inconsistent, never letting a person what is coming […]