Air Date: 5/24/16 – Same-sex parents, clinical nurse educator Annie Worshoufsky MacAulay and civil rights activist and LGBT spokesman, Jason Howe, both passionate individuals dedicated to paving the way for the rights of same-sex parents, standing up as role models and educating society, will discuss this very hot and pressing-topic. Is the nontraditional family the wave of the future? Is anyone living a “traditional” life anymore? What gains have been made and what’s left to conquer? A fascinating 1/2 hour with impassioned parents!
Air Date: 5/17/16 – Award-winning journalist, Ann Crittenden (If You’ve Raised Kids & The Price of Motherhood) and Public Policy Analyst Valerie Young (Mom-Mentum) will discuss the current state of motherhood in the US. Have we made any personal/economic/psychological/workplace gains during the past few decades? Where do we stand in terms of stats and where are we going? Is the future for motherhood bright? Find out!
Air Date: 5/03/16 – Bloggers/authors/writers Ann Imig, creator of the theatrical performance “Listen to Your Mother” and Karen C.L. Anderson, author of The Peaceful Daughter’s Guide to Separating from A Difficult Mother discuss their passion about this topic, their work with the genre and what they hope to teach other women. We’ll explore the complexities behind the most important relationship in our lives!
Air Date: 4/19/2015 – Long-time women’s advocate, menopause care specialist and Director of the Women’s Midlife Services at Holland Hospital, Holland, Michigan, Dr. Barb Depree of MiddlesexMD, (named the 2013 Certified Menopause Practitioner of the Year by the No. American Menopause Society) will discuss pelvic health and women’s health during mid-life. What do you need to know to stay healthy, maintain/have a healthy sex life and still have pleasure during our later years. Dr. Barb has all the answers and so will you!
Air Date: 4/05/16 – Well-known clinical psychologist and author Dr. Barbara Greenberg (Teenage as a Second Language) discusses the topic of teens and sex – the truth about the youngest generation. What they know, what they do, what should their parents do, and what do they need to do to become more informed as they grow into adulthood. What do they know that we need to know? A riveting 1/2 hour!
Air Date: 3/29/16 – Media mavens, pioneers and visionaries Elisa Camahort Page (Blogher, SheKnows Media) and Sharon Greenthal (Midlife Boulevard, emptyhousefullmind.com) discuss the impact, importance, viral reach and connection for women and the Internet. How many women blog? How many women use and rely on the Internet now vs. 10 years ago? Where is this industry going…moving into the 21st century? These women know!
Air Date: 3/15/16 – Following the release of her book, Media Moms & Digital Dads, award-winning child psychological researcher, media expert and author, Yalda T. Uhls, will discuss how media affects children and what constructive steps you can take as a parent to help your children navigate this brave new world. A must for anyone feeling challenged by technology and our increasing reliance on the Internet!
Air Date: 3/01/16 – Esteemed women’s philanthropy pioneer Colleen Willoughby of the Washington Women’s Foundation and Impact100 Westchester Co-President Anita Borkenstein discuss the drive behind and intention for collective giving and women’s philanthropy in the United States. Is this “old money,” the result of divorce or the byproduct of increasingly successful corporate women. Can you “give” if you aren’t rich? Stay tuned. These women will dispel the myths and set the record straight!
Air Date: 2/16/16 – Beth Gelles, partner in Acceptance Ahead, Inc., an educational consulting firm that specializes in college counseling, and Sean Quinn, NYC-based Director of Programs for ArborBridge, a tutoring company that offers one-on-one SAT and ACT instruction to students around the world, will discuss the “Biz-Ness of Going to College.” Who tries to get into college, what does it take to even get there and how, exactly, do parents help their children accomplish this?
Air Date: 2/02/16 – Today we’re talking about “The State of Adoption in the US” with one of the most preeiminent voices in this field. Adam Pertman is the President and Founder of the National Center on Adoption and Permanency, a unique “one-stop” organization that provides information, resources, education, training, consulting and advocacy designed to improve the lives of children, families and the professionals who serve them. Adam discusses the trends of adoption during the past 50 years; the myths, truths and stats about it all. Is this path to parenthood growing in popularity or decreasing amid (lack of) regulations and bad press?