My recent research, covered in the new book, Behavioral Genes-why we do what we do and how to change, explains the components of our behaviours, one of which is genetic. Anywhere from 30 to 50 per cent of our behaviours are genetic and usually considered by mainstream psychology to be unchangeable. In other words, genes are our destiny. Fortunately in recent times that theory has been disproved by the new science called epigenetics. What my research explores is how the other components are changeable by simple logical actions.