Archive for January, 2007

Crones Don't Whine: A Visit With Jean Shinoda-Bolen, M.D.

1/25/2007 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time Jean Shinoda-Bolen takes into account the powerful effects of archetypes within us and family and culture upon us. She has been an advocate for women, women’s issues, and ethics in psychiatry. With her former husband, she co-founded Psychic and New Realities magazines, publications about parapsychological, and mind-body-spiritual subjects. […]

Gorman and Greg Young Tell How to Age Artfully

1/18/2007 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time We continue our look into “aging.” This time we have filmmaker Greg Young, who made the documentary, Still Kicking, and Amy Gorman, who interviewed and made the book, Aging Artfully. You’ll learn about dancer Dorothy Toy, 89, Lily Hurst, 105 and still playing the piano,and Madeline Mason, 104, […]

Defy Aging: Live Longer, Healthier and Happier Than You Ever Imagined!

1/11/2007 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time The number of centenarians in the U.S. is doubling every ten years. What will your “bonus years” be like for you? Psychologist and Life Coach Dr. Michael Brickey tells us where to place our mental and active lives NOW, so that we have a long, healthy, vital life […]

What Research Tells Us About Aging with Professor Rebecca Levy

1/4/2007 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time Whether you’re now young, middle age, Baby Boomer or “Senior,” you’ll be interested to know what Yale researcher Dr. Becca Levy has discovered about what “works” and what “doesn’t work” in helping us to pass through the life stage of “aging” in the best ways possible. We’re looking […]

Pearls of Wisdom from Everlasting Matrimony with Sheryl Kurland

2/1/2007 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time Author Sheryl Kurland interviewed 75 couples married 50 years or more –the “real life” relationship experts — and reported her findings in Everlasting Matrimony: Pearls Of Wisdom From Couples Married 50 Years Or More. The couples represent a “sprinkling of America” from all different faiths, backgrounds and ethnicities. […]