Archives For May 2007

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Today’s Segment taken from experts from “The First Dance” by Dr. William Doherty

Nothing in a couple’s life demands more decisions, large and small, than a wedding! The check-list is endlessââ?¬Â¦photographer, flowers, food, favors, family fightsââ?¬Â¦..oops, did I say that? Most brides and grooms will tell you that it’s not dealing with the details of the event that are the most difficult; it’s dealing with the people. So, when tying the knot how do you avoid tying the knot around the necks of the people whom you love the most? Continue Reading…


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A revolution has been brewing and it’s almost upon us. This revolution is the “Age Wave,” – the massive baby-boom generation will soon transform into the largest elderly population in human history. Thanks to our medical advances and lifestyle changes, we are living longer and experiencing less chronic disability in doing so. Also changing: The roles of care givers. Adult children need to redefine what it means for their parents to “act their age.” Continue Reading…


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We are told that we “can have it all:” a fulfilling marriage, a successful family life, and a rewarding career. Why then, are we worried about home when we’re at work, and worried about work when we’re at home? Can we really have it all without this great divide of heart and mind? Continue Reading…


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It can start with an innocent question: “Are you going to wear that?” Or, a harmless comment: “I usually quarter the tomatoes.” Suddenly the air is filled with tension, and a warm exchange has turned into a hostile misunderstanding. If this sounds like a lover’s quarrel, think again. The mother-daughter dynamic: How can two people who love each other so deeply inevitably misread each other’s intentions? Continue Reading…