Category Archives: well-being

Technology Closes Gap between Parents and Boomerang Kids

  It is estimated that one in five adults in their 20s and 30s are living with their parents for one reason or another. If your kids have decided to move home after college or a few years on their own, it can be tough to find common ground and reconnect with them, but it’s not impossible. Use technology to bridge the gap between you and your kids. Here are a few ways to do so: Use social media. Perhaps the most obvious way to use technology to reconnect with … Continue reading

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Rio Olympics: Final Five

                    Our U.S. women’s gymnastics team gave their national coordinator a fitting send off in the final moments before her retirement. In the Rio Olympics, Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian and Aly Raisman won the team gold. Deciding to call themselves the Final Five was both significant and personal. In tribute to their mentor, they chose this nickname – the final team to train under the watchful eye of Marta Karolyi. Who says that Boomers and Millennials can’t get along? Preparing … Continue reading

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Women and Therapy

What do women want? What do they need? What are their biggest fears and struggles? Take half an hour out of your busy schedule to spend with Cyma Shapiro, host of the contemporary lifestyle radio show, “For Women Over 40.” Please click on this link and listen to the interview on 88.1FM, WESU, Middletown, CT. Her guests, Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D. (Los Angeles, CA) & Jennifer Kogan, LCSW (Washington D.C.) will discuss the many complex issues women face today, the trends they see moving into the 21st century, and the ways in which healing/resolution can … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Rio Olympics

Millions of fans around the world are watching the Rio Summer Olympics. So many are preoccupied with economic hardship, families in flux or political unrest that the games in Brazil satisfy a yearning for distraction. The Olympics always provide entertainment, drama and insight. But the broad demonstration of excellence we see in Rio de Janeiro goes far beyond winning and losing medals. If you want to derive more personal meaning, here are some practical tips as you map out your own strategy for success: Cultivate passion. Each event represents a specific challenge … Continue reading

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