On Thursday, September 1, 2021, the book, “Blueprint for a Book: Build Your Novel from the Inside Out” by Jennie Nash publishes. What a treat it was to chat with Jennie who has been my book coach and mentor for years and who has been instrumental in my own books getting written and published. Jennie…Read More
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
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“Sometimes people with the issue don’t know they have the issue, so how are you supposed to get somebody help who doesn’t think they need it?” – Great insight from Jeanne, the daughter in this mother-daughter special episode of my podcast. Jenny, her mom, is one of my first friends in life. We met back…Read More
My Papà was a big dreamer. He was a grower of things. He loved this life even when he hated it, and there were times that he did, don’t get me wrong, he made his dream of coming to America come true. He met and married a beautiful woman, who for him was his love…Read More
I used to pray, and pray, and pray, please don’t let me be like mama. So the more that I come now to understand what my mother must have been going through all alone. Honestly, now I admire her more. While I was praying not to become her, it turns out, I learned later on…Read More