Dr. Keith Ablow’s Blog

Keith’s blog is a collection of powerful insights to help you achieve emotional wellness and personal empowerment. To complement and expand on these insights check out the Pain-2-Power YouTube channel and Dr. Keith’s Pain-2-Power Podcast.

Person of the Week

ALAN GROSS: THIS WEEK’S PAIN-2-POWER PERSON OF THE WEEK

Alan Gross is this week’s Pain-2-Power Person of the Week.  Mr. Gross was arrested in Cuba in 2009 and charged with importing banned technology in order to create secret Internet services for Cuba’s Jewish community.  He spent five years in jail in Cuba.  He emigrated to Israel in 2017, but divides his time between there […]

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Your Story Doesn’t Have -30- Written Yet

When I worked at Newsweek magazine for a short time, then as a columnist for the Baltimore Sun and Washington Post, I learned to type -30- at the end of any piece I had written and filed, in order to let the editor know that there was no further content—not another paragraph or disclaimer or […]

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DR. BEN CARSON: THE PAIN-2-POWER PERSON OF THE WEEK

I am reminded, again, of why I supported Dr. Ben Carson when he ran for President of the United States and held a fundraiser for him at my home. Carson is the definition of Pain-2-Power. Dr. Carson, who I first met when I was a student at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, is, of […]

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PAIN-2-POWER PERSON OF THE WEEK: BALTIMORE ORIOLES’ TREY MANCINI

Trey Mancini knows what it is to come back from adversity.  We could learn something from him.  See, in March, 2020, Mancini was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer.  More people die from stage 3 colon cancer than survive it.  Mancini needed surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatment to save his life.  He left the game […]

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Pain-2-Power Person of the Week: Cross Kubik

Cross Kubik, 17, of Springfield, Missouri, who some have dubbed the Miracle Kid, returned to the pitching mound this past spring.  That would be remarkable enough, given that he had just beaten leukemia, but there’s a lot more to the story. See, Cross Kubik was treated for neuroblastoma, a dreaded childhood cancer, at age 2.  […]

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PAIN-2-POWER PERSON OF THE WEEK: CURTIS SLIWA

This week’s Pain-2-Power Person of the Week is Curtis Sliwa.  Curtis, who, full disclosure, is a friend of mine, is a radio talk show host on WABC-AM and a candidate for Mayor of New York City.  But he is also the Founder of the Guardian Angels, the nonprofit New York City-based group responsible for launching […]

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JANE MARCZEWSKI: PAIN-2-POWER PERSON OF THE WEEK

Jane Marczewski, who goes by Nightbirde when she sings, has a two percent chance of surviving the cancer that is present in her spine, liver and lungs.  Yet, she stunned America’s Got Talent (AGT) last week when she sang an original song of hers called, “IT’S OK.” She received a standing ovation from the crowd […]

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PAIN-2-POWER PERSON OF THE WEEK: BYRON CROSS

Byron “Tanner” Cross is this week’s Pain-2-Power Person of the week for refusing to bow to political correctness run amok.  Cross teacher Byron “Tanner” Cross has been suspended for speaking out against “Policy 8040”of the Loudoun County schools in Leesburg, Virginia.  The policy insists that teachers use a student’s preferred pronoun when referring to the […]

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Pain-2-Power Person of the Week

This week, the Pain-2-Power Person of the Week is every American who is serving or has served in the Armed Forces, upon whom we rely to safeguard the freedoms that allow us to become our true selves.   /p> Dr. Keith Ablow Click HERE to schedule a complimentary discovery call with Dr. Keith Ablow.

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TULSI GABBARD: THE PAIN-2-POWER PERSON OF THE WEEK

We have arrived at a time in America when stating the obvious can take tremendous courage.  You probably remember the story of The Emperor Has No Clothes in which only a little child is willing to be truthful and stark and say of the Emperor’s supposedly wonderful attire, “But he hasn’t got anything on.” Well, […]

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