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Do we love short shorts?

August 31st, 2009

Do we love short shorts? Or is the discussion about something more important than the-long-or-the-short of it?….. What\’s it all about when we discuss Michelle Obama\’s wearing short shorts and their appropriateness? The Huffington Post had thousands of votes and opinions on it. WOW! Here\’s my two cents worth. First–I have to sympathize with any celebrity who gets to be the focus of constant attention (but it\’s part of the deal in exchange for the obvious upside). Every time I see a tabloid make the most of a private vacation frolic by the sea to expose cellulite... Read More

Baby Boomers with Gluten Intolerance or Celiac Disease?

August 31st, 2009

Your happily living life and BAM, you are hit with these odd skin disorders out of nowhere. What is happening? Perhaps you have tried topical ointments or creams, antibiotics, or a plethora of other products in an attempt to clear up some skin disorder, they may have work or not but the temporary solution is just that. The disorder returns without warning, you feel that there must be something else. It is possible that Gluten Intolerance or Celiac Disease may be at the root of your skin problems. You can also visit GlutenFreeHelp.info website for many more possible symptoms of Gluten or Celiac... Read More

Male Menopause, Irritable Male Syndrome, and Midlife
Question and Answer Session PART II

August 25th, 2009

NABBW MAY TELESEMINAR Male Menopause, Irritable Male Syndrome, and Midlife Rites of Passages for the Men in Your Life Question and Answer Session PART II Tuesday, May 26, 2009 3:00 p.m. EST with Jed Diamond, PhD Author of Male Menopause and The Irritable Male Syndrome www.menalive.com With over 40 years as a licensed psychotherapist, Jed Diamond been a consultant for business executives between the ages of 40 and 60 who want to use the mid-life passage to achieve life-long personal and professional success. He is Director of the MenAlive, a health program that helps men live long and well.... Read More

Founder for Top Baby Boomer Sites Shares Secrets

August 25th, 2009

Founder for Top Baby Boomer Sites Shares Secrets August 25, 2009 3:00 PM EST Dotsie Bregel, the founder of the NABBW and BWS, is excited to be offering a one-of-a-kind teleseminar which gives Boomer women an inside view of the NABBW and it\’s sister site, www.BoomerWomenSpeak.com (BWS). All aspects of these two organizations will be discussed including what the NABBW can do for you, along with the advertising opportunities on both sites; the BWS forum community and topics, and the resources available for Baby Boomer women. Dotsie\’s Virtual Assistant and Humorist, Georgia Richardson,... Read More

Get it together, your life, your finances, your future!

August 24th, 2009

Do you feel overwhelmed with your career, family, finances or day to day tasks? Is your time limited, do you need more hours in a day? If you find yourself taking care of your children, husband, pets, and miscellaneous chores before you leave for work; you are not alone. When you come home from work do you cringe as you open the overstuffed mailbox before you go into the house to start the final phase of your day? It is extremely difficult to find time these days; hopefully we can help get you started. Let’s address your incoming mail. How long does it take for you to sort through the mail before... Read More

How I Got the World\’s Best Job

August 20th, 2009

I have the world\’s best job. I\’m a Futures Therapist. It\’s my job to help men, women, and children learn to live well in the world of the future. Really, there is no single future we are moving towards, but a number of possible futures. Most therapists are trying to help people to adapt to a world that no longer exists. Since the profession of Futures Therapist may be new to you, let me explain how I got it into it and how you can too. In 1965 I graduated from U.C. Santa Barbara and was on my way to U.C. San Francisco School of Medicine. I wasn\’t sure I wanted to be... Read More

Why Men Leave. What Every Woman (and Man) Needs to Know.

August 20th, 2009

Dear Dr. Jed, I was in my doctor’s waiting room and just so happened to read an article in the grapevine magazine about “The Irritable Male Syndrome.” This described my husband to a T. He’s started to take things out on my children getting very angry at them and bringing their confidence down. He would also degrade me about my weight and appearance and would call me names. He said that everything was my fault. I finally decided to take my kids away for a week to get away from him. We had a great time and I began to find myself again. When I got back I felt a lot better about... Read More

Six Simple Ways to Cure Depression: What Men and Women Need to Know

August 20th, 2009

Depression is one of the most destructive diseases of modern life. According to Dr. Stephen S. Ilardi, author of The Depression Cure, “Depression is a devastating illness. It robs people of their energy, their sleep, their memory, their concentration, their vitality, their joy, their ability to love and work and play, and—sometimes—even their will to live.” Not only does depression take away our spiritual and emotional health, it also undermines our physical health. Recent research reported by Johns Hopkins Medical Center indicates depression increases the risk of heart disease and it... Read More

Wandering Maryland’s Eastern Shore

August 14th, 2009

Whether you’re attending the springtime Food and Wine Festival, the annual “Christmas in St. Michaels” celebration, or simply looking for a relaxing getaway, Maryland’s Eastern Shore is a year-round picture-postcard destination. The pocket-sized Chesapeake Bay village of St. Michaels makes a good home base for your visit, with its abundance of unique accommodations, restaurants, shops, attractions, and proximity to towns like Easton and Oxford, well worth a day trip—or even overnight stay–themselves. On my most recent visit to St. Michaels, I tried something different in terms... Read More

Building Performance Trust

August 14th, 2009

You can have outstanding ideas, yet never leverage them into winning at working results. That\’s because the secret behind those ideas lies in performance. Yours. Getting the okay to pursue your idea is directly related to the level of confidence other people have in your ability to deliver it. And if you do, you will create for yourself opportunities on a regular basis. One successful idea delivery leads to another and another and another. Bigger and bigger ideas are entrusted to people who consistently turn ideas into reality. You see, not only does an idea need to be a good one, but the... Read More