Life After the Children Leave

5/4/14
Wendy Aronsson, author of Refeathering the Empty Nest
Topic:
Life after the children leave
Issues: Preparing for the shift from parent to empty-nester; navigating the confusing emotions when your youngest finally leaves home; the challenges, uncertainties, and fears; how your marriage may change; (re)learning to focus on yourself; what happens when the kids move back home

Genius, Love, and Autism + Refeathering the Empty Nest

Kristine Barnett, author of The Spark
Topic:
A mother’s story of nurturing, genius, and autism
Issues: A conversation with the mother of a child whose IQ is higher than Einstein’s, taught himself calculus in two weeks, and became a paid researcher in quantum physics at age 12—but who doctors thought would never be able to tie his own shoes.


Wendy Aronsson, author of Refeathering the Empty Nest
Topic:
Life after the children leave
Issues: Preparing for the shift from parent to empty-nester; navigating the confusing emotions when your youngest finally leaves home; the challenges, uncertainties, and fears; how your marriage may change; (re)learning to focus on yourself; what happens when the kids move back home

Empty Nest Road Trip + Digital Privacy under Attack

Guest 1: Bruce Sallan, author of The Empty-Nest Road Trip Blues .
Topic: Taking a child to college—from the dad’s point of view.
Issues: An 8-day, 3000-mile father-son trip to talk about life, the future, and the past.


Guest 2: Davin Coburn, author of Who’s Spying on You?.
Topic: The looming threat to your privacy, identity, and family in the digital age.
Issues: How to prevent every move from being tracked on your smartphone; which phones offer the most protection; how avoiding EZpass, Zigbee wireless devices , and Android phones can help protect privacy; how to keep medical and pharmaceutical records private and avoid identity theft; warning signs of hacking or compromised security.

Empty Nest Blues + Invasions of Privacy + Asthma and Allergies + Healing Childhood Epidemics

Guest 1: Bruce Sallan, author of The Empty-Nest Road Trip Blues .
Topic: Taking a child to college—from the dad’s point of view.
Issues: An 8-day, 3000-mile father-son trip to talk about life, the future, and the past.


Guest 2: Davin Coburn, author of Who’s Spying on You?.
Topic: The looming threat to your privacy, identity, and family in the digital age.
Issues: How to prevent every move from being tracked on your smartphone; which phones offer the most protection; how avoiding EZpass, Zigbee wireless devices , and Android phones can help protect privacy; how to keep medical and pharmaceutical records private and avoid identity theft; warning signs of hacking or compromised security.


Guest 3: Robert Dietz an allergist and spokesman for the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.
Topic: Asthma and allergies.
Issues: The increase in children suffering from asthma and allergies; treatment options; free asthma screenings nationwide (for info see http://www.acaai.org/).


Guest 4: Kenneth Bock, author of Healing the New Childhood Epidemics.
Topic: ADD and autism.
Issues: The huge increase in the number of children diagnosed with ADD and autism; understanding the roles that diet, lifestyle, and toxins play in causing ADD and autism; prescription and non-prescription solutions that can reduce or eliminate symptoms.

A Delightfully Empty Nest + Eliminating Childhood Breathing Problems

www.amazon.co.ukGuest 1: Christie Mellor, author of Fun without Dick and Jane.
Topic: A guide to a delightfully empty nest.
Issues: Handling the initial adjustment period after the kids leave home; how to say “goodbye”; how to get your little darling to stay in touch—without begging; how to cope when he or she comes home for the Holidays, spring break, and maybe even for several years.


www.amazon.co.ukGuest 2: Nina Shapiro, author of Take a Deep Breath.
Topic: Clearing the air for the health of your child.
Issues: Why 80-90% of children will have a breathing problem at some point during childhood; which breathing problems are truly worrisome and which are perfectly normal; getting a clearer understanding of what’s really going on when your child breathes in and out.