The Lost Art of Compressing Time We all live in the stream bed of time. Sometimes the waters move agonizingly slow and we ache for
Hot Flash in Costco!
“Ever wonder why so many of us women camp out in the freezer section at Costco?” my friend asked me the other day while she
5 Steps to Making Peace with Your Reflection We do it all the time — that is, catch a glimpse of ourselves in the mirror.
When Father’s Day is a Mixed Blessing
For a lot of us, Father’s Day, 2017, will be a mixed blessing. It will be a day of both great sorrow and great joy.
Compassion Fatigue is Real
Do you ever feel like you simply have no more to give? During the course of a normal life—whether it’s with aging parents or overextended
When Humor Hurts
What happens when comedy crosses the line of good taste and poking becomes slashing. Some of us grew up with humor as a love language.
To Age Courageously
Writing my new book, Courageous Aging (Morgan James, Spring 2017), has been quite the education. With more than 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day, the
“Angry White Men” Situation And a Code of Civility
I’ve spent a good part of my life helping individuals, couples, families, communities and companies turn just about every kind of adversity into an opportunity
It’s Still “All in the Family”
Now that The Great Unraveling has begun and certain presidential candidates are being exposed as “not ready for prime time” players, I find myself thinking
CNN Breaking News Blunder
You’ve spoiled me, CNN. Having delivered breaking news in place of the morning paper all these years, waking up and going to sleep to the
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