On Tuesday, April 6, 2021, I joined in as a guest on one of SiriusXM’s radio programs to talk about caregiving for mental illness. DOCTOR RADIO included this segment on caregiving for mental illness, and its host Dr. Michael Aronoff interviewed me. Dr. Aronoff MD is Attending Psychiatrist on the Senior Staff of Lenox Hill…Read More
Warning: This is a bit of a RANT. It’s my own mental health awareness month melting pot of everything from feeling enraged, sadness, disgust, hysterical: So many feelings swirling within me – Madness within due to the madness of our circumstances. We’ve always been a screwed up society. Humans are flawed. Our mental health is…Read More
What do you do when you fall apart? When the strongest among us needs a little help, is it okay for them to ask for it? This episode shares some powerful insights from self-made man, entrepreneur, corporate executive, caregiver Thom Brodeur. He’s been my “baby daddy” fantasy for a looonnnngggg time (JK sorta), and he’s…Read More
If Nothing Changes
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I don’t know about you, but something’s been feeling a bit “off” for a while. From Thanksgiving until New Year’s, the holiday spirit has eluded me; hence, why no Christmas episode. A call that came to me out of the blue made me realize what was going on with me. I’ve been burning the candle…Read More
This episode of my podcast is so fitting for Thanksgiving week. My crazy soul sister Sylvia, one of my dearest firends, shares her story of having grown up in a dysfunctional family, surrounded by madness, and the syncronicities and commonalitles and plain old divine intervention that has come into play throughout her life. This really…Read More
I am so thrilled at this episode airing during Mental Illness Awareness Week. Long-time friend Patty and I met serendipitously, before we realized just how much madness we shared in common. Both of us grew up with moms who were diagnosed with a mental illness. Both of us tried to do our best as siblings…Read More