Apr 2, 2021
Howard Scott Warshaw returns to the program to talk a very serious topic: stalkers. Whether in the form of jilted exes who can't let go, deluded strangers who imagine a rapport, or vengeful online trolls, obsessed individuals can create havoc for a person's personal and professional lives, and can be highly unstable and dangerous. Howard discusses the psychological roots of stalking behavior, why certain people become objects of fixation, and what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones if confronted with such a person.
Pick up Howard’s new book: Once Upon Atari: How I Made History by Killing an Industry
About the Guest:
Artist, technologist, creator and healer, Howard Scott Warshaw is first and foremost a communicator. Holding master’s degrees in Counseling Psychology and Computer Engineering, his career accomplishments include Video Game pioneer, MoMA artist, celebrated software developer, award winning film producer, author, educator and columnist. These days Howard enlists his eclectic skill set in the service of others as a psychotherapist in California’s Silicon Valley, where he specializes in the issues of hi-tech leaders and the super-intelligent. He loves exploring fresh perspectives as well as cultivating new talents and finding creative ways to apply them. Howard is a complex person who can be summed up in five words: Passion with a Balanced Perspective.
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Books by Howard Scott Warshaw:
Conquering College: The Most Fun You Can Have Learning the Things You Need to Know – https://amzn.to/30ecny1
Inspired Therapist: My Inner Journey from Wannabe to Healer – https://amzn.to/30dOAy7
Once Upon Atari: How I Made History by Killing an Industry – https://amzn.to/3c7K0Y1
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