CJ News & Views
Creak's mind is consumed by his disease.
Dr. Laurie explains how small, easily-manageable changes to our daily activities can help us escape feeling trapped.
Seth reflects on all of the good karma floating around and puts it to work for his arthritis.
Creak luxuriates in a life without worry -- but is his OA holding him back?
I was at dinner the other night and fellow patrons were saying the rudest things about my friends and I. I confronted them about this as we were leaving, and felt all the worse for doing so. What should I have done? -- David in Delaware
I have been studying to be a musician ever since I was in elementary school. But now I've decided to be a nurse, and I'm not sure what to do. -- Kimberly in Kansas
My mother-in-law had the audacity to tell me my choice of clothing makes me look matronly and boring -- two traits that were sure to cause problems in my marriage. To be honest, I wanted to punch her in the face. The gall! What should I do? -- Matronly Mary
Seth witnesses an exchange in the men's room that he won't soon forget.
As a new year begins, Dr. Laurie explores what happens when we lose energy and hope -- and explains how to rediscover them.
Creak returns home to sunny environs -- only to have his family dinner interrupted.