Archive for November, 2005

Mastering Fear–Now! Tips and Principles for Mastering Fear in Your Life with Deki Fox and Ilene Dillon

November 29th, 2005

If you accept the notion that our earth is a "giant school," then you'll readily accept that recent and current events are drawing attention to "fear," encouraging us to gain mastery over this emotion as a way of improving the quality of everyone's life. This program gives specific tips, underlying principles and thoughtful reasons for […]

Parenting While Incarcerated: Challenges Met by Two Formerly Imprisoned Parents

November 22nd, 2005

Think parenting is difficult? Try doing it under these conditions: your own parents were absent or not good role models; you've been convicted of a crime and are locked away in prison; you're struggling with addiction; you have no control over your own daily life, much less that of your children; you've lost your ability […]

Joel Crohn, Ph.D., Challenges for Children of Mixed Matches

November 8th, 2005

More and more "mixing" is occurring in marriage in these days of globalization and high mobility. Our guest, Joel Crohn, Ph.D., author of "Mixed Matches: How to Create Successful Interracial, Interethnic, and Interfaith Relationships," (Fawcett, 1995) has written the first popular book to explore the problems and possibilities of intimate intercultural relationships. He is co-author […]

How Disasters Challenge Intimate Relating with Dr. Bea Hollander-Goldfein

November 1st, 2005

Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma; Disastrous earthquakes in Pakistan; the Indian Ocean Tsunami. Human beings on this earth have been experiencing disaster after disaster. What happens to intimate relationships when challenged by the forces of nature during disasters? How relationships survive, what it takes to survive, and what can tear them apart–these are the focus […]