In honor of Father's Day, Eleanor Bobrow talks about raising children by tapping into our own common sense, particularly from a Dad's point of view. Monday night's guest is Richard Greenberg, author of Raising Children That Other People Like to Be Around. In his book, Richard gives parents an overview of the process of using common sense while offering guidelines to reduce conflict between parents and kids, improve communication within the family, and replace the stress of parenting with true common sense.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Allan McDougall, author of Breaking Through- Discovering the Riches Within on his transformation from his self-destructive alcoholism to a powerful motivational speaker and international coordinator of the United Steel Workers' Emergency Response Team. Allan and Eleanor will discuss how to overcome self-destructive habits and take action to change our lives for the better.
Eleanor Bobrow talks with some of the cast and crew of the new filmOur Father which was featured at the 2015 Southside Film Festival. The film explores the impact that dementia has on our lives and loved ones. Linda Palmer (director, writer, producer, director, production designer), Susan Schweitzer(associate producer), and Michael Gross(actor), guest.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Lafayette College graduating seniors Helen Hutchens and Ben Nitkin who are participating in Bike & Build. The pair will be bicycling from Charleston, SC to Santa Cruz, CA building houses for Habitat for Humanity for 18 days along the way.
Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Dr. Merrily Kuhn to discuss how eating healthy affects our mental and physical well-being. Dr. Kuhn has doctorate degrees in Physiology, Naturopathic Medicine and Holistic Medicine. She has taught Graduate programs in Pharmacology and Complementary Medicine and has been affiliated with SUNY at Buffalo.
As the growing season is upon us, host Eleanor Bobrow discusses how to improve our access to our local farmers' agricultural produce. How do we increase our ability to eat more healthfully? Tonight's guests believe that they have the answer through the establishment of the Bethlehem Food Co-Op. Colleen Marsh, co-leader of the communications committee for the Bethlehem Food Co-Op, and Garry Warren, a member of the Co-Op's Board of Directors, discuss how we can achieve these goals.
Psychiatrist Dr. Johnny Lops, author of Reinvent Yourself: Essential Tools from a Brooklyn Psychiatrist Who Has Seen It All, discusses ways to reverse the negativity in our lives which could lead to depression and anxiety by changing what we say and how we say it.
Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes chiropractic physician and nutritionist Dr. Robert J. Haley, the author of The Impatient Nation. Eleanor and Robert discuss how to take charge of our health and wellness by understanding what steps we can take to create wellness in our own lives and the lives of our family.
Julie Kohner, the daughter of Czechoslovakian holocaust survivors Walter and Hanna Kohner, joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss Voices of the Generations. Kohner developed this non-profit organization to provide an easy-to-grasp yet powerful and meaningful introduction to Holocaust education for audiences of all ages.
Tonight’s show focuses on how our attitudes and thinking patterns impact our ability to get a good night’s sleep. Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes psychotherapist and marriage and family therapist Jude Bijou, MA MFT, to discuss her book Attitude Reconstruction: A Blueprint for Building a Better Life.