I would love to see “Grow up America” as one of the books that all students, therapists and adults read. It would help all people have a better, healthier, happier life. Parents would especially benefit as well as anyone interested … Continue reading
I still regularly visit your site to see what you have to say, and I’m never disappointed. You’re one of the wonderful constellations in the sky above me. I’m very grateful; with you, I get great thoughts on a regular … Continue reading
I absolutely think you have amazing insights and you are an inspiration to me and many others.
I just wanted to let you know that I read your blog everyday and appreciate the perspective you give on politics, psychology, and other sorts of issues. As a college student, I see first hand a lot of the psychological … Continue reading
Thank you for your voice of sanity in the wilderness.
“‘Grow Up America!’ [Dr. Hurd’s second book] was the first time I ever read anything that coincided so perfectly with my values and beliefs!”
“Excellent article about ‘Unhealthy Escapes’ in the [Delaware] Coast Press. As one who quit smoking after almost 30 years with the help of Chantix and the Quitnet. It hit home, especially for me in the summer, as we all go … Continue reading
“Dear Dr. Hurd I find your column in our local paper to be interesting and informative. Oftentimes, your advice and anecdotes confirm my thoughts and feelings. In particular, your article, “Finding Fault in all the Wrong Places” couldn’t have come … Continue reading
We have complete trust in you and your ability as our therapist. We both knew we could tell you our deepest thoughts and express feelings that we were not proud to discuss with anyone else. I cannot believe the difference … Continue reading
Good work, Dr. Hurd. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed each and every article you’ve written.
I’ve come a long way–thank you, Dr. Hurd.
“Thanks so much for the article on cognitive distortion – that had me written all over it. …your article clearly and briefly reminded me of how simple it can be to adjust to a happier, more satisfying life by keeping … Continue reading