Healthy 100: Interpersonal Relationships
Our overall health is almost always a direct reflection of our interpersonal relationships. Find out why humans are wired for relationships with friends and family and how loving more can actually help you live longer.
Acclaimed health and wellness expert Lisa Oz can teach you how to harness the power of good relationships and improve your entire life.
Parenting adult children
“Time makes bolder,
children get older
I’m getting older, too.” ~ Fleetwood Mac
My friend’s voice cracked and tears spilled from her eyes as she recounted the last meeting with her 30-something daughter. “My therapist says my relationship with you is toxic. I can’t be around you.”
I’ve known this woman for more than 20 years. I’ve watched the sacrifices she made for her...
Part of Growing Bolder is being able to talk about anything. Even sex! When Joan Price wrote "Naked at Our Age," she knew she might get some raised eyebrows. But she's determined to prove that sex can be better at 60 than at 20.
Lisa Oz: Transform Your Relationships
Nothing can hold you back in life like a bad relationships and nothing else can make you soar like a good one. Best-selling author Lisa Oz helps you discover your "authentic self," which she says will have ripple effects on EVERY relationship.
Looking for Love?
GB Thought Leader and frequent Growing Bolder Radio Show guest Susan Silver recently joined a panel of women on NBC's "Today" show to talk about relationships -- romantic and not -- and finding love that will last.
She's an evangelist about the age wave, and award-winning writer Abigail Trafford says she's uncovered research that confirms we're much better at relationships as we age. Find out why.
Why Negative Thoughts Affect Your Health
If you’ve ever wondered why some people naturally
attract friends and you don’t, it may be that too often you wear your heart on
Maybe you appear angry at all sorts of things so you’re
not especially pleasant to be around.
Think of how you present yourself to others. Are you
a little too rude when a sales person mistakenly gives you the wrong change? Do
Never Too Late For Love
More than five decades after falling in love, activist couple Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin finally joined each other at the end of the aisle to say their vows. The women, both over 80, pushed and pulled their way to equal rights for gays.
Bill Ferguson is a relationship guru and author who says it's never too late to reconnect with who you really are. After starting his career as a divorce attorney, Ferguson found fame as a lawyer who could take the conflict out of splitting up.