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The Good and Bad Habits of Going Through Grief and Becoming Mentally Strong

I haven’t posted a blog interview for quite a while.  I’m actually working on compiling 3 years worth of my monthly interviews into a book.  When I stumbled upon Amy Morin online, I had to ask her to do a blog interview.  Her personal and professional life is the theme...

Taking Care Of Our Mind – Interview With Dan Harris

I recently attended a panel discussion on meditation led by Dan Harris, journalist and ABC news co-anchor of Nightline and Good Morning America.  An original skeptic, he has learned how to “tame the voice in his head and reduce stress without losing his edge”  by meditating.  After suffering a panic...

“You Have Too Many Issues…” – Interview With Susan Mahon

My January interview starts off here with my interviewee’s My Turn article published in Newsday, a New York newspaper.      STAYING THE COURSE In March 2000, my husband and I, after 23 years of marriage, decided to legally separate. The very next day, my 71-year-old mother was killed in...

Unleashing the Limits of Dis-ability with Laverne Bissky

Laverne Bissky has incorporated a life-changing challenge, that of having a child with disabilities,  into a goal and dream that takes her and her family to all corners of the earth. It’s all about the ‘A’-bilities without the ‘Dis’. This incredible woman, together with her family, shows us how to...

Roll Across America – Interview with Gabriel Cordell

A few months ago my town made the news for something uniquely wonderful.  Yes, a good piece of news for a change.  A man whose life was forever altered by a tragic accident came back home in a triumphant mission.  Gabriel Cordell (real name- Suheil Aghabi) rode across country in...

“We Can’t Spend Our Lives Blaming Our Parents” – Interview With Katie Hafner

I am so pleased to introduce you to Katie Hafner, journalist and author of many books, her most recent being her ravely reviewed memoir, Mother Daughter Me. Does our past have to define our future?  Must a troubled childhood create a troubled adulthood? 1.       Give us a brief picture of...

A Monkey’s Helping Hands – Interview with Ned Sullivan and Ellen Rogers

I’m so pleased to present to you a double-whammy interview – mother and son.  And their adorable little helper. Ned Sullivan lives his life facing numerous challenges in the most high-spirited and upbeat manner.  Eight years ago he was in a near fatal car accident that left him paralyzed.  He...

“I’m Never Pain-Free But I Don’t Allow My Circumstances to Stop Me” – Interview with Candida Sullivan

How does someone go through life being constantly stared at?  Candida Sullivan is a pro at managing and living her life in a manner that elevates her and others beyond her external deformities.  Amniotic Band Syndrome affects her hands, arm and foot. Because of misaligned joints and spine, everyday activities...

“Rebuild the Life You Deserve” – Interview with Recovery Advocate Paul Williams

I am so pleased to present the talentedPaul Williams, singer,song-writer, composer and actor.  You know those oldies but ‘greaties’, We’ve Only Just Begun, Rainy Days and Mondays,Evergreen, Just An Old Fashioned Love Song.   “You know you’re an alcoholic when you misplace a decade and I did.” Mr. Williams overcame his addiction...

Feeling Normal Through Cancer – Interview With Letty Cottin Pogrebin

I am pleased to introduce you to Letty Cottin Pogrebin, writer, lecturer and activist.  She has written a new book , How To Be A Friend To A Friend Who’s Sick.   The subject of friendship and illness came to the forefront for her as she went through her own...

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