Hi you all:
I'm Sam Sterk, Ph.D. and have suffered with asthma all my life. When I was ten I left my family in Israel and not speaking a word of English arrived in Denver, Colorado where I would stay for the next two years at the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic children. The approach was considered a "Parentdectomy," that is, not having contact with family for two years other than letter writing. The Home's approach was a psychological one understanding that emotions had everything to do with asthma, especially chronic asthma. Today, Some of the leading hospitals teach emotion management techniques to asthma patients
I'm curious what readers have to say about the role of emotions with asthma.