Episode Number 72 - 09.09.11

9/11: Until The Fires Stopped Burning

Now available on Amazon.

We heard the news. Watched it unfold on CNN. We cried. We prayed. September 11th, 2001 is one of those days you don’t forget.

Dr. Charles B. Strozier knows this at both personal and professional levels. A practicing psychoanalyst with an office in Greenwich Village not far from Ground Zero, Dr. Strozier has a unique view into 9/11.  In his new book entitled, Until The Fires Stopped Burning: 9/11 and New York City in the Words and Experiences of Survivors and Witnesses, Dr Strozier shares his 10-year study on the psychological impacts of 9/11.   Read More

Episode Number 61 - 05.03.11

A Triathlon at 90.

Rated one the best in the country - Put on by Blue Sky Sports. Click to find the next race.

A 600 meter swim, a 13.8 mile bike ride, and a 5k run. A “sprint tri” in the triathlon world. Could you do one? Could you finish?

What if you were 90? And had osteoarthritis in your back? And a knee replacement? Read More

Episode Number 54 - 04.01.11

Best April Fools Jokes Of All Time

Tastes like chicken?

April 1st has brought out our sense of humor for a LONG time. 1582 is when April Fools pranks became en vogue. So stop playing Angry Birds for a second and take a look at some of the best April Fools hoaxes ever.

Episode Number 52 - 03.22.11

5 Elements of Well Being

Not thriving? Read this.

Well being. It’s not just about being happy. Or just about money. Or just about health. But when we focus on one area, we tend to expect across-the-board, life transformation. When things don’t change all that much, we’re left disappointed and frustrated.

Enter Tom Rath and Jim Harter from Gallup. Their book, Well Being, The Five Essential Elements, offers insight into how people around the world come to a sense of having “a great life.” Career, Social, Financial, Physical and Community represent the five elements. Read More

Episode Number 47 - 03.04.11

Midlife What?

You HAVE to buy one of these?

Fill in the blank: Midlife _________.

My guess is, you didn’t choose “party” or “extravaganza.” Nope, you probably chose “crisis.” Read More