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I’m a psychologist, master certified relationship and life coach and co-author of the book Roadmap to Success with Deepak Chopra. Recently, I crossed the half century mark and I work with singles and couples over 40 who want to transform their lives and create great relationships. Most of my clients and course participants are in their 50’s and 60's.
Dr. Wendy Lyon is a psychologist, master certified relationship and life coach, workshop facilitator, speaker, and author. As a relationship expert, Dr. Wendy has been interviewed for newspapers, magazines, radio and television. Her Roadmap to Relationship Success in the book Roadmap to Success, is essential for anyone who is single or in a relationship that’s not working.
In 2001, shortly after starting her private practice, Medicine in Balance in Philadelphia, Wendy Warner, M.D. realized that although she was trained to do a lot of medicine, much of it wasn’t relevant to getting and staying healthy. After training with herbalists and energy workers, she eventually became involved with the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine, the organization that certifies physicians in integrative holistic medicine. In Dr. Warner’s collaborative holistic medical practice, she provides conventional gynecologic care as well as holistic medical consultations for women, men and teens. She has also been an invited guest on the Dr. Oz Show to discuss functional medicine.
Boosting Your Immunity for Dummies, the book that Dr. Warner co-authored with Dr. Kellyann Petrucci, provides plenty of practical tips and techniques for supercharging your immune system to resist illnesses and prevent diseases. From how to stock your kitchen cupboards to how to stay healthy when you travel, from reversing disease to exercising wisely, the book helps readers understand the benefits of living an immune-boosting lifestyle. It also explains the underlying science of how the immune system works and pays special attention to what happens when the immune system gets off track and what to do about it.
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We welcome the internationally renowned Dr. Wendy Walsh to Living By Design! Dr. Wendy is America's Thought Leader on Relationships. Each week on CNN, she breaks down the psychology of sex, love, gender roles, divorce, parenting and other human behaviors. As host of Investigation Discovery Network's "Happily Never After," she guides viewers through the sometimes treacherous side of love. As resident expert at DatingAdvice.com, no subject is taboo in her popular advice column. She brought her trademark no-holds-barred style to season four of the Doctors and the show was nominated for a 2012 daytime Emmy award. Dr. Wendy also lectures on evolutionary psychology and human mating strategies at California State University Channel Islands. She holds a B.A. in Journalism, a Masters degree in Psychology, and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. She has appeared on The Today Show, CBS This Morning, Good Morning America, The Ricki Lake Show, Steve Harvey Show, The View, and many others!
Showtime: Tuesday, January 14th at 6pm PT / 9pm ET
Ladies - Do you get hot flashes? Low sex drive? Difficulty losing weight? Sleep problems? Depression/anxiety?
Men - Do you have fatigue? Low sex drive? Get hair loss? Moodiness?
Hormonal imbalance may be to blame.
Dr. Wendy Ellis joins Dr. Lo to discuss naturopathic approaches to hormonal bliss. We will talk about what's important to have in your diet to balance hormones, herbs to use now, and all about bio-identical hormones.
You have options and don't need to suffer anymore! Tune in to this fun and informative show.
Hosted by Dr. Lauren "Lo" Noel of Shine Natural Medicine
Life After College...
Just 30 minutes of watching the news is enough to make the average young professional woman want to crawl beneath the covers. The headlines always seem to come back to the sluggish economy, high rate of unemployment, fierce competition for jobs, and ultimately, just how unlucky young professionals are for having to build a career amid such misfortune. The bad news? It really is a tough time for job seekers everywhere. The good news? Armed with a new book, Careeranista: The Woman’s Guide to Success After College, young women can gain the knowledge and insight needed to begin crafting rewarding careers despite any obstacles they may face. Written by Chaz Pitts-Kyser, a writer and speaker on career and women’s issues, Careeranista is packed with advice to help women better navigate the path from college grad to savvy, sophisticated professional. Those already making a name for themselves will also find Careeranista a must-have resource they can turn to time and time again to solve life’s many career conundrums.
Interwoven throughout Careeranista are the author’s own stories, humorously written and packed with life lessons. Adding to the book’s depth are personal essays by both seasoned professionals and rising stars. Dozens of tips from career experts further give women the know-how and confidence needed to thrive on their journeys as newly minted Careeranistas.
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Dr. Wendy discusses the issue of job dissatisfaction, how to assess your current situation and take it to the next level.
Still in disbelief about the untimely death of actor Robin Williams, the Empty Nesters will be speaking with Dr. Wendy Walsh about Clinical Depression. Dr. Wendy is an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at California State University, Channel Islands and frequent guest on Good Morning America, The Today Show and CNN.
With medical marijuana approved in more states each year and recreational use legalized in Colorado and Washington, experts are concerned that more teens may use the drug because they believe it's safe.
A Feb. 25 study published in the International Journal of Drug Policy found that about 10 percent of high school students who would otherwise be at a low risk for picking up a pot-smoking habit -- which includes those who don't smoke cigarettes, students with strong religious beliefs and those with non-marijuana smoking friends -- say they would use marijuana if it was legal.
For high school seniors alone, the shift would make up a 5.6 percent absolute increase in lifetime pot use prevalence. About 45.6 percent of high school seniors admitted to smoking pot in the study, meaning that legalization would increase that number to 51.2 percent.
The data was pulled from the Monitoring the Future survey, which was a nationally-representative survey of students in the eighth, 10th and 12th grade. The students were polled from 2007 to 2011, before recreational marijuana use was legalized in Colorado and Washington following the November 2012 elections.
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One of the hardest and most harmful traits we humans possess is our inability to ?LET GO? of things of the past. Things that can no longer support us in the direction in which we want to go. By holding on to that, which needs to be buried; because it's dead, causes untold havoc in our lives. For a seed to grow into a plant, the seed must be transformed. It must shed its former self…it must die to what it was to become plant that it is destine to be. You must die to the old, so that you can live in the now which is your destiny. Join me, Dr. Wendy Dearborne Choice Expert and Expression Coach Olivia Lashley as we delved into understanding the need to die before you can live.
President Obama Nigger in the White House Controversial Headline
A liberal newspaper in New York City was trying to be edgy when it published a rambling nonsense piece about how everyone who disagrees with any of the policies of Obama is a hardcore racist and titled it “The Nigger in the White House.”
Unsurprisingly, even though the headline was designed to mock those who are viewed by the liberals as evil racists, the paper was accused of engaging in evil racism, because this is a trigger word.
A New York newspaper published an op-ed today in which President Obama is called the n-word right in the headline. But here’s the twist: it’s actually a pro-Obama op-ed, and James Collier, the author, makes the case in his piece that Republican hatred of the president is due to his race.
And in case you’re wondering why WestView News ran with the column, the publisher added a little note explaining that they were initially opposed to letting him go with that headline, they eventually agreed, because “Jim reminded me that the New York Times avoids using the word which convinced me that WestView should.” In the op-ed, Collier argues that “far right voters hate Obama because he is black,” and he argues that to many Americans, the president is, “if not exactly an enemy, at least an outsider.”
What were your thoughts when you first saw this headline? Could the same message been deliver and handled differently? Were you offended?
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Creating compromise in your life can be a challenge when you don’t understand the art of communication. And communicating is an art with a key element that must be present for successful communication. We all have our unique style of communicating, but if it’s not getting you what you want, then perhaps you need to look at how you are getting your message across. There are many factors that are in play when you are communicating; clarity, picking your time, choosing your words etc. However, without the foundational understanding of this key element, your communication style will always be risky at best, totally misunderstood at worst.
Join me, Dr. Wendy Dearborne Choice Expert and Expression Coach Olivia Lashley as we delved into understanding the key element that allows you to communicate effectively.