Oct 20, 2016
For women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, the ubiquitous pink ribbons are another reminder that it could come back. We know. We self-exam ourselves with fear, some everyday. The ribbons are fine to remind the lucky ones to get their mammogram, the rest of us never forget the day we got the bad news. Every...
Oct 17, 2016
Midlife, white, American men are killing themselves at an increasing rate. Men, as a group, represent 8 of every 10 "successful" suicides.
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Oct 13, 2016
We each have an outlet for our creativity. Lauren Rader, author of Studio Stories: Illuminating Our Lives Through Art is providing women with a studio art workshop called Releasing The Creative Powers Within. her book is the result of teaching the workshop over the past eleven years.that is teaching the very essence of...
Oct 10, 2016
Claire Westwood, 50, joins us from her home in Bournemouth, England to share her story of many pivots. She has had highs and lows on her quest to live her best life. Suffering at times from depression and addiction, she is now sober and working as the Seaside CEO.
Claire has a wonderfully compassionate and relatable way...
Oct 6, 2016
You are in the homestretch of saving for retirement. Debbie Craig, CFP, author of Piece By Piece, A Commonsense Approach To A Secure Retirement joins host Mary Rogers to advise midlifers what we should be focusing on 7-10 years prior to retirement.