Month: May 2017

A Conversation with Dr. Barbara DeAngelis

Air Date: 5/2/17 Dr. Barbara DeAngelis, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert on human relations and one of America’s most influential teachers in the area of personal and spiritual development. She is the author of a number of bestselling books, including How to Make Love All the Time; Secrets About Men Every Woman Should Know; and Ask Barbara: The 100 Most Asked Questions About Love, Sex, and Relationships. Her television infomercial Making Love Work is one of the most successful relationship programs of its kind. She is a sought-after speaker, mentor and teacher. Hear how her “calling” led her to become the pioneer she now is. And, what has she given up to do so?

Motherhood, Etc. (A Conversation with NYT’s Writer KJ Dell Antonia)

Air Date: 5/16/17 – KJ Dell’ Antonia – author, writer and editor of the NYT’s popular Sunday “Motherlode” section (now known as “Well Family“) has much to say about everything….motherhood! Where are we as a society when it comes to mothers? What do today’s mothers struggle with? How important is it (to her) to give voice to the beautifully varied and disparate voices of motherhood/fatherhood and parenthood and do they share anything in common? What’s her one piece of advice regarding this tough task? Stay tuned!

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Myths & Facts, and Books Designed for Jews

Air Date: 5/9/17: What is Alzheimer’s Disease? Who gets it and why? Is it treatable or preventable? And, what happens to those people who must cope with a loved one afflicted with this? World-renowned UCLA professor and researcher David Teplow and author Eliezer Sobel (Blue Sky, White Clouds: A Book for Memory-Challenged Adults & L’Chaim! Pictures to Evoke Memories of Jewish Life will discuss the many aspects of this crippling disease.

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