Why Having an Aging Parent Move In Can Be the Best Decision You’ll Ever Make

Attention Baby Boomers For many people, the idea of having a parent move in with them seems fraught with complications and misery. But Gwen Cheryl Lyn Sarandrea, who holds a master’s degree in clinical counseling/psychology, says the living arrangement can be a win/win for both adult children and their parents as it was for her […]

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What Do Steve Buscemi, Sly Stallone, Lady Gaga and Rachael Ray Have in Common with the Mafia?

Hey. You wanna go to L.A or Miami to see stars’ homes? Fuggedaboutit. Take a tour of Sicily – it’s a fabulous place to visit and the ancestral birthplace of some of our biggest actors, rock stars and celebrities. Including the chairman of the board, Mr. Sinatra. And while you’re there, you should visit the […]

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This Guest Has Created a Way to Help Victims of Terrorism More Effectively

Oklahoma City, April 19, 1995. New York, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, PA, September 11, 2001. Boston, April 15, 2013. In those cities and on those days, terror struck. Today, many thousands continue to cope with the consequences. K.T. Penn contends more can be done to help terror victims, a designation he says should include not […]

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This Expert Wrote the Book on Happiness

As Seen on Oprah and CNN With health problems, job uncertainty, family discord, relationship woes, home maintenance, bills to pay, retirement to fund, and all of the other cares and responsibilities facing us each day, the idea of finding happiness can seem like only a dream. Nonetheless, therapist and best-selling author Jonathan Robinson contends happiness […]

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Do a Show on the Biggest Relationship Myths Everyone Believes

More than 2 million Americans marry each year, and many millions more are in committed romantic relationships. At the same time, more than a million Americans file for divorce every year and many romantic relationships are torn asunder, too. It can make us wonder whether we know what we’re doing when we’re in love. Relationship […]

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The Military Still Fosters a Culture of Abuse Toward Women

Two Years after The Invisible War Released in 2012, the documentary The Invisible War shined a light on sexual abuse within the U.S. Armed Forces and the military’s alleged inability or unwillingness to bring perpetrators to justice. The film earned applause from critics and an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary Feature. Two years later, […]

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