A trip to the dentist, while important, is often like watching the movie, Marathon Man where a Nazi dentist used his tools for torture.
I was drafted (although I prefer the word “invited” since it signifies a privilege rather than an obligation) to be a childminder (British for babysitter) for my grandchildren who live in the Chicago area. My son and his wife, psychologists, were sans babysitter and their schedules were chock-full with clients following their Florida beach getaway. […]
I’m excited and honored The San Diego Union Tribune published The Paradox of Caregiving, an article I wrote about the intimacy of caregiving. As Baby Boomers hover around the 70 year mark, we will increasingly find ourselves in the position of caregiver for loved ones. Generally, these roles are not invited but thrust upon us. […]
I recently posted a blog entitled Relationships Should Be A Tennis Match in which I included a link to a survey about friendships. It came to my attention the link was not working properly. I’ve fixed the link and so hope you might be willing to participate in the survey. All responses are entirely anonymous. […]
Dear BBLB readers, I’m excited and humbled by the number of you who have subscribed to my online IdeaLizms magazine. If you have not yet had a chance to subscribe, my second issue is being published today. The topic for this month’s issue is Time. It is chock full of stories, tips, and even survey […]