What makes us human? Let’s start with humans vs. animals. Are we that different? Why does that matter? I think we differentiate ourselves from other mammals for two reasons. I believe religions needed to create an image that humans were more holy … [Read more...]
Archives for September 2016
Giselle and Mark Stafford at Gusto Wine Tours, Umbria.
Mark and Giselle Stafford will be my guests on September 26, 2016 talking about how they moved from Britain to Italy and started Gusto Wine Tours. These successful entrepreneurs created a business they love, which has resulted in winning the … [Read more...]
Doris Jones, LCSW
On August 15, 2016 I had a great conversation with Doris Jones, LCSW about moving into retirement. She and I are both at 'that place' and we agree we're not retiring we're changing venues! Doris Jones, LCSW, is retiring as Licensed Clinical … [Read more...]
Daniel Patterson is a school administrator, teen advocate, writer, tennis enthusiast, husband & father. @cdmveep Daniel is a high school administrator in Newport Beach, California. Born and raised in Point Reyes Station, CA, Daniel graduated … [Read more...]
Let people have their grief – even if it makes you uncomfortable.
Let people have their grief—even if it makes you uncomfortable. Grief. It finds us early in life and it never really let's go. Maybe that’s OK in a “it’s part of humanity” kind of way. I wish it on no one. And it’s not my place to try to take it … [Read more...]
Alison Jennings Wohleb
Alison Jennings Wohleb is an artist who raised her 3 sons in Northern California. Her son, Ian, was a young man when he died in 2014 of complications from a brain injury from an auto collision in 2009. Alison will be one of my guests on Monday … [Read more...]
Fiona Tankard author of Ruby and the Ghost Dog.
Fiona Tankard is an author who will be sharing how she came about writing Ruby and the Ghost Dog after her husband died. And we'll be talking about looking at grief as something we have vs. something we should run from. Fiona will be one of my … [Read more...]