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• Eugenia Zuckerman was a correspondent on “CBS Sunday Morning” for over 25 years and is a world class Flutist and Author. Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, she’s written a courageous and heartfelt book that gives insight as to what it’s like to live with dementia. Read More »
• GROWING BOLDER: REV. MARY DOWNEY, HELPING HOMELESS FAMILIES; CLASSIC CARS COLLECTOR SCOTT BRANDT; GET MOVING WITH THE CALENDAR GIRLS
Jul 18 2021 • 51 mins
Rev. Mary Downey has devoted her adult life to helping homeless families. The lessons she’s learned about humanity can benefit us all. She offers her unique insights and inspiration for making a difference in the community around you. Read More »
• Social scientist Arthur Brooks teaches happiness classes at Harvard University. He just completed a seven-year study and discovered one important ingredient that we all need in life to allow us to become happier as we get older. Read More »
• Tracey Gendron is a nationally recognized gerontologist who believes everything you think you know about aging is wrong! She says the most important indicator as to whether your future will be one of opportunity or one of loss is your attitude. She explains the changes you can make in your outlook on life that will result in your best chance at good health and happiness in the coming years. Read More »
• Dr. Daniel Amen is one of the most influential psychiatrists in the country. A respected thought leader on brain health, he talks to Growing Bolder about the near-epidemic levels of depression and anxiety in this country and offers strategies we can all use to deal with these common issues. Read More »
• Marlo Thomas has dedicated her life to making a difference. She first rose to fame in 1966 with her star-making role in the hit TV show, “That Girl.” Since then, she’s won Emmy Awards, Golden Globes, a Peabody, a Grammy and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Thomas earned even more honors due to her tireless philanthropic work, especially with St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. She talks about her latest book, “What Makes a Marriage Last,” co-written with her husband of 40 years, Phil Donahue. She reveals how they’ve lasted all these years and shares stories they collected from some of their famous friends, such as Billy and Janice Crystal, Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan, and Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick. Read More »
• Maintaining strong friendships is surprisingly important and can have a significant impact on our overall well-being, especially as we age. Journalist and author Lydia Denworth explains why a healthy social life is just as important as our physical and mental health. Read More »