Lesli discusses the importance of pre-marital counseling, the difficulties that a marriage can have when partners don’t communicate, know tools to negotiate during a disagreement, and how sacrificing and comprising can bring resentment towards a partner.
The conversation highlights actor Bruce Willis’ diagnosis with FTD including how the diagnosis was covered in the news. Lisa elucidates for listeners how this rarer form of brain disease impacts a patient’s ability to communicate and causes behavioral changes.
She was assaulted in 2015 and to this day is having depression and PTSD. The assault happened in the patient’s room.
Alicia and Betsy discuss her book and the common thread among the different writer’s stories of feeling different, sensitive, feeling uncomfortable, and having intuitions that can’t be explained!
Lillian Cauldwell spoke from her personal experiences of what she experienced in the workplace and how she noticed the difference in behaviors between male and female workers. Plus the Queen Bee Syndrome
Meanwhile, studies have found trigger warnings are threatening college students’ mental health. Enough is enough. This sets a bad precedent; art is neither responsible for kids’ good nor bad behavior: THEY are!
Hit Me with Your Best Shot! How I Overcame A Hard- Hitting Life!
With the recommendations outlined in this episode, listeners will learn how to potentially reduce their risk for dementia by up to one-third. Additionally, Lisa illuminates for listeners why the link between lifestyle choices and brain disease is so profound that Alzheimer’s Disease has…
Just think to yourself the physician just told you. You have cancer BUT we can help you by giving you radiation Treatments. Okay, you are all set! However, from the radiation treatments, 85% develop a moderate to severe burn.
Jodi and Betsy discuss how important it is to plan ahead of a crisis, the importance of educating yourself, and why it is beneficial to seek assistance for planning for placement and living your best life while aging!