Air Date 7/19/16: Writers/bloggers, radio talk show hosts, life transition counselors, and all-around “live wires” – Mary Rogers (Experience50) and Mary Eileen Williams (Workforce50) discuss the importance and significance of this age, stage and time in our lives. They will help dispel myths about “middle-age.” Did our parent’s and grandparent’s generation grapple with these issues? If not, why not? What does this say about our society and the pace of our lives, moving into the 21st century? These ladies know!
Air Date 7/12/16: Coach, writer and healthy-living strategist Lisa Lewtan, founder of “Healthy, Happy and Hip” will offer tools to help Superwomen slow down, chill out and develop a better relationship with food. Successfully battling her own food issues with Mindful Eating and learning the fine art of slower eating practices, Lisa will share her own experiences and passion for helping other women. A MUST 1/2 hour, if eating is your “issue!”
Air Date: 7/05/16 – Laura Jane Murphy, founder and director of Chicago’s premiere yoga studio, Yoga Among Friends, and Mindfulness Meditation teacher Lisa Sparagna will banter around the benefits of yoga and MM. Are they synonymous with New Age practices? Are there health benefits to both? How can you learn these practices and who is qualified teach them? What are they all about? Find out!
Air Date: 6/28/16 – Today we’ll be talking with a professional coach, speaker and mother in an ADHD family of five about the confusion surrounding this diagnosis, the implications, the misconceptions, and the nuances you may need to know about this most prevalent diagnosis. Georgia-based Elaine Taylor-Klaus, founder of ImpactADHD.com, serves on a variety of Boards and is recognized as one of the leading ADHD speakers in the country. Could you or someone you love have ADHD? What are the signs? Find out!
Air Date: 6/21/16 – Florida-based expert and therapist, Dr. Jeremy Gaies, author of Mindful Co-Parenting, discusses the many ways in which divorced couples can still maintain a relationship and place their children first. “Conscious Uncoupling,” “Mindful Co-Parenting” – are these just the newest buzz words for something else? Can new methods help struggling couples in ways that traditional therapies and thought can’t? Dr. Gaies will set us straight!
Air Date 6/14/16: Jocelyn Crowley, Professor of Public Policy and a member of the Graduate Faculty in the Department of Political Science at Rutgers University, and Delaware-based Sandhya Verma-Higgins, LMH, discuss the topic of “Gray Divorce” – the increasing numbers of people divorcing during mid-life. What is the impact on the lives of men and women in the US? What is the financial, emotional, psychological fall-out at this age/stage? What can be done to lessen the blow and help heal? Learn from both a psychological and sociological perspective. A great 1/2 hour show!
Air Date: 06/07/16 – Marketers and social media experts Emily Cretella (CursiveContent.com) and Emily Harris (ContentHarmony.com) discuss the various types of marketing and the impact of the Internet on this field. What can the Internet and social media do for branding, providing content and helping you gain followers and consumers? What do they (younger women) know that older women don’t know or get? 🙂 Listen!
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!