One in four Americans live with a disability and it’s the mission of Canine Companions to help. Established in 1975, they are the largest non-profit provider of service dogs in the United States.
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Susan Winter never set out to be a relationship expert, yet life has a way of nudging us in certain directions. Beginning her career as an opera singer, shifting to business communications, becoming a spokesperson for Fortune 500 companies, then television host on the Financial News Network, Winter has had a front row seat to the intricacies of human behavior.
Anything that keeps us curious keeps us young. Whenever we arrange things in a way that strikes us as beautiful or interesting, we are being creative. Making space for creativity keeps our minds active and better able to consider possibilities and combinations that make life interesting!
Richard Leider is a pioneer in the global purpose movement and the founder of Inventure, a company dedicated to helping people unlock the power of purpose.
Psychology Professor at George Mason University Todd Kashdan believes sometimes it’s good to be bad. He talks to Bill Shafer about his book “The Art of Insubordination: How to Dissent and Def Effectively.”
Meet Debbie Petry, a 64-year-old who is combing the powers of technology and meditation to make a difference in the world.
As a medical doctor, photographer, mother, world traveler and FAA Certified Drone Pilot, Claire Johnson has many impressive attributes. Intelligence. Persistence. Determination. But her greatest characteristic might be this: staying open to the possibilities.
How do you celebrate milestone birthdays? Do you celebrate with a big bang? Do you mourn entering a new decade? Marc Middleton, Tracy Gold and the What’s Next gang discuss how they mark those big occasions.
Gaming isn’t an activity only meant for kids and young adults. There are great options of social video games that are easy to play at any age, and offer great opportunities to form intergenerational relationships.
Since 1987 in the United States the month of March has been observed as Women’s History Month. At Growing Bolder we’re fortunate to cross paths with women who have lived extraordinary lives.
Barry Kerzin is a physician and an ordained Buddhist monk. He says the pressure in our society to choose between science and spirituality is dangerous and divisive. He believes that they can not only coexist but that they must for our own physical and mental wellbeing.
When Colleen Gonzales found her childrens’ school programs were lacking, she got to work and found her own fulfillment along the way.