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eCareDiary will speak to Edith Chevat, author of the novels Love Lesson, The Book of Esther, and the long narrative poem Lost about everyday challenges, rewards and perceptions related to aging.
In this broadcast, Joanna Infeld, author of the book "God's Spies; Gratefully Aging" will explore some of the beliefs associated with the idea of reincarnation and life after death. As we age and we approach the exit, we inevitably wonder what lies ahead on the other side. Do our beliefs influence what happens to us after the death of the physical body? We will be asking these and other questions with no hope of finding a definitive answer (yet).
Join us as we continue our Whose Watching Who? Series Part 4 "IMAGING VS I'M AGING!" We're in 2015 and unfortunately, as we're fighting for equal rights, too many are still stuck on whose IMAGE is better. Society has caused a division among women of color against caucasian women from the beginning of time. It's time we build on the Solution rather than the problem.
Women of all nationalities are being judged by the color of their skin. Our girls are judged from birth as well as our sons.
Join us to discussion how we can break the curse of division. Remember we all are part of the cause and effect.
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#fears how to over come the fear is not to go into much detail about your life and how you hate everything there are times you have to keep those voices quiet
Fear is something you can help others but first you have to help yourself realize the things that go on in your own life today
Fear is something you don't want to be close to in life today it's something you have to over look at times
Fear will you keep on giving it attention or let it go and keep it moving
Fear you got to deal with it in order to survive
It is only a matter of time until a senior loved one will need to visit an ER in crisis. Are you ready with personal belongings, documents needed for admission, Medical Information Notebook, questions to ask and discharge? It is a scary and stressful time, learn to be prepared, stay calm and protect the rights of your parent, neighbor, grandmother or friend.
Listen to this informative half-hour show on 2/ 26 @ 10am on BlogTalkRadio, http://tobtr.com/s/6305645
Ron Pevny, founder and director of the Center for Concious Eldering, and author of Conscious Living, Conscious Aging will talk about how to live a full life as we age. Joia Nuri, human rights activist, will appear in the second half of the show to talk about aging baby boomers.
Fears what are you scared about
Fear do u go to church fear that people will take charge over you
Fear. That you will be overwhelmed
Fear of having your own business
Fear is it something that you are stuck on
Fear of not having money fear of having your own business and being homeless
Fear of facing your Giants or facing your pain
Fear is false evidence appearing real how real is your situation
Fear of not fighting the very thing you know you can win
Fear how will you cut this fear out of your life?
Today we explore the power of innovation and how it is changing the face and experience of aging in America and around the world.
Our guest Stephen Johnston, is the Co-Founder of Aging2.0 - a global organization on a mission to accelerate innovation to improve the lives of older adults around the world. A timely topic as the number of American's 65 and older is expected to double by the middle of the century.
Having unprecedented access to the latest innovations in the aging space, Stephen gives us a sneak-peek into some of the latest trends not only changing the experience of aging for our 76.4 baby boomers but also changing the lives of our 65 million caregivers.
Guests Peaches Quinn and Donna Marino will discuss the challenges faced by ur aging population and the resources hat are availablew to them. As president of the CT Coalition on Aging, Peaches Quinn deals with the growing number of seniors that need resources for their daily lives. Donna Marino is a reverse mortgage broker who helps seniors stay in their homes. We'll explore what it takes to grow older in the U.S.
As AARP's Home & Family Expert, Amy Goyer provides expertise on a variety of issues, including family caregiving and aging in place, livable communities, grandparenting, parenting and other family relationships, multigenerational living and family history.
Amy’s book Juggling Work and Caregiving was published by AARP in October 2013. For more information, visit aarp.org/caregivingbook. Read her blog at http://blog.aarp.org/author/amygoyer/
Amy Goyer is a primary caregiver for her father. In 2009 she began spending most of her time in Arizona as a primary caregiver, while frequently returning to Washington, DC for work.
She writes a column on AARP.org, acts as an AARP media spokesperson and is a regular guest on AARP radio. Amy is the author of "Things to do now you're a Grandparent." She is also a winner of 2012 ALTY Best Blog Award in Caregiving category and Finalist in Seniorhomes.com Social Media Rockstar Award.
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"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, "What are you doing for others?" Marin Luther King