Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Sensei John Mirrione, the founder and director of Harmony Power Foundation’s Stop Bullying Movement. Sensei John Mirrione is a master karate instructor. Tonight, he he gives us tools to encourage our children to stand up for themselves and to be self-confident in order to deal with hostile confrontation in their lives. He also discusses the responsibility that we as empowering their behavior by setting a good example. (Original air date July 8, 2013.)
Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Laura Wayman, author of A Loving Approach to Dementia Care. Her book helps people dealing with a loved one with dementia and memory loss and gives tips on transforming the caregiving process from a burden into a loving, fulfilling journey.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Jennifer Margulis, who offers interesting commentary and tips from her book, Business of Baby, and understanding that pregnancy and childbirth can be an exciting, yet sometimes vulnerable, time for parents and families.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Debbie Zoller, Executive Director of Jewish Family Services of the Lehigh Valley. The organization helps individuals and families develop and enjoy their positive human potential to the fullest possible extent without regard to race, gender, national origin, religion, disability or age.
On the next program, host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Catherine Dara, physical therapist for the Performing Arts Rehabilitation Center at Good Shepherd and Margo Clifford Ging, physical therapist assistant at the Performing Arts Rehabilitation Center. The two work to help rehabilitate those who work in art, music and dance.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Rachel Hogan Carr, Director of the Nurture Nature Center in Easton, about building better communities through learning about science and local environmental risks. (Original air date: May 13, 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Christina Steinorth, author of Cue Cards for Life, about the tool we need to master good relationships, including basic interpersonal skills such as taking responsibility, being honest, respectful and asking for help.
In this week’s program host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Veronique Valliere, Psy. D., about what we as parents, need to do in order to protect our children, and our selves, from abusive relationships.
In this week’s program host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Peter Langman, author of Why Kids Kill,Inside the Minds of School Shooters, about how to identify early signs of possible violence and preventive measures parents and educators can take to protect our communities. (Original air date April 8, 2013.)