Take Charge of Your Life

Mondays, 6:30-7:00pm

Each week, marriage and family therapist Eleanor Bobrow invites you to take charge of your life with guests discussing a variety of topics including health, relationships, wellness, and more. The theme of this program is that so many events in life happen to us over which we have no control. Our only control is our response to life’s situations. It is said that 90% of life’s events happen to us and 10% is what we make happen.

Host Eleanor Bobrow explores The Center for Vision Loss, the region's only non-profit agency dedicated to improving the lives of people with vision loss. On this program, Eleanor talks with Doug Yingling, the Executive Director of the Center.

The Center for Vision Loss provides a comprehensive set of preventative, rehabilitative, support and social services enabling blind and visually impaired clients to achieve their personal goals and restore quality of life consistent with those goals.

(Original air-date: 6/12/17)

Host Eleanor Bobrow discusses Change on 3rd Street, an agency that has been established in Easton "to help those with their recovery with the resources that we and other agencies have to offer because together, recovery works." Her guest is the program director, Phillip Chaney.

(Original air-date: 6/5/2017)

Host Eleanor Bobrow asks, "How do we add good health and vibrancy to our aging?" Her guest is Dr. Stanley Walker, a Board-Certified Internist and Geriatrician, and the founder of The Healthy Aging Center in Easton.

Dr. Walker helps us understand some of the issues regarding longevity and its main contributing factors including nutrition and exercise so that we can enjoy and benefit from our senior years.

Host Eleanor Bobrow takes you on a light-hearted fitness journey that incorporates both traditional and little-known Olympic weightlifting training methods.

Eleanor's guest is Tim Caso, a competitive weightlifter with more than four decades of experience including an international Olympic competition.

(Original air-date: 5/22/2017)

Rabbi Daniel Cohen on Take Charge of Your Life

May 25, 2017

Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Rabbi Daniel Cohen, author of What Will They Say about You When You Are Gone: Creating a Life of Legacy.

Rabbi Cohen shares a seven-step process for reverse engineering your life to create a life we can be proud of.  This includes random acts of kindness and other actions that are in the Rabbi's tool box.

(Original air-date: 5/15/2017)

Successful Aging on Take Charge of Your Life

May 18, 2017

Host Eleanor Bobrow and her guests talk about successful aging. Guests include Dr. Augello, of Dr. Augello's Health and Body Makeover; Valerie Stumer-Heller, Marketing Director of Moravian Village/Market Street Cottages; and Steve Boyle, Director of Advertising with the Morning Call. 

The Morning Call, in cooperation with sponsors, Coordinated Health and High Mark, is presenting an entertaining and educational event on Saturday, June 17 at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m..

(Original air-date: 5/8/17)

Host Eleanor Bobrow's speaks with guest Oren Liebermann, a CNN international correspondent who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2014 in a local clinic in Nepal.

He now works with the American Diabetes Association to promote safe travel for others with the disease.

(Original air-date: 5/1/17)

Host Eleanor Bobrow examines gambling addictions with her guest Dr. Paula Sanchez, Ph.D

Dr. Sanchez holds a Master's Degree in Counseling from Lehigh University and a Ph.D in Counselor Education and Supervision from Walden University Minnesota.

(Original air-date: 5/1/17)

Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes guests from The Lodge, a living community that supports adults with mental illness in Northampton County.

Ian Panyko, director of The Lodge, and two of its residents join Eleanor for this week's show.

(Original air-date: 4/17/17)

The Freedom Seder on Take Charge of Your Life

Apr 6, 2017

In this web exclusive, host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Emily August from the National Museum of American Jewish History. Emily, the director of public programs, discusses the history of the museum's Freedom Seder.

The Freedom Seder combines celebrations for Passover with celebrations for universal freedoms.

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