Meg Cox joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss Holidays and Family Traditions and the comforts of human connection. She is the author of The Book of New Family Traditions: How to Create Great Rituals for Holidays and Every Day. Meg Cox is a journalist and tradition expert. Wriggling: You talk about every day rituals such […]Read More
Family Rituals: 3 Reasons its Time to Make Your Own
3 Ways to Achieve Work/Life Balance
Joyce Marter joined Wriggling in the Middle on Monday to discuss Work/Life balance. She has been in private practice as a licensed clinical professional councilor since 1998 and co-founder of urban balance in 2004. She currently serves as the president of the board of the Illinois mental health council association. Marter has been consulted as […]Read More
3 Surprising Facts About Everyday Food with David Grotto
Dave Grotto is the president and founder of nutrition housecall llc, a nutrition consulting firm that provides nutrition communications, speaking, and consulting services. Dave’s latest book, Best Things You Can Eat, launched in January 2013. Wriggling: What are the best foods that we can eat? Dave Grotto: I wish I could say pretzels; I am […]Read More
3 Ways to Handle Your Elder Rage
Last week Jacklyn Marcel, Author of Elder Rage, joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss dealing with caregiver emotion. Jacklyn was a television executive but barely survived as a full-time caregiver for her parents with Alzheimer’s. She has been on the today show, CNN, and PBS Alzheimer’s documentary and now returns to Wriggling in the […]Read More
3 Great Tips to Keep YOUR Children Unbored with Elizabeth Foy Larsen
Elizabeth Foy-Larsen joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss keeping your children engaged and active in a world of technology. Elizabeth is the author of The Unbored: Essential Field Guide to Serious Fun and is also an editor and writer whose stories have appeared in the New York Times and the LA Times. Wriggling: How did you […]Read More
How has our views on aging changed? This provocative documentary explains.
Director Ali Habashi joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss his upcoming documentary, The Silver Mirror, a global film about the process of aging in different cultures. Ali Habashi is an award winning documentary film-maker, the director of Arnold Center Confluent Media Studies and adjunct faculty for the motion picture program at the University of […]Read More
Bullying in the Digital Age: What Should You Be Looking For?
Dr. Robin Kowalski joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss the drastic effect cyber-bullying can have on our children and steps to take to prevent it. Dr. Kowalski is a professor of psychology at Clemson University. She has a book forthcoming, ‘Cyber-bulling: Bullying in the Digital Age’. She has received several awards including Clemson university […]Read More
Why is Mental Illness Going Untreated in America? 3 Reasons Why.
Kristina Ragosta is the Senior Legislative and Policy council for the Treatment Advocacy Center. She works with legislators throughout the country to improve state mental health treatment and civil commitment laws. In addition, she is a co-author of ‘No Room at the Inn: Trends and Consequences of Closing Public Psychiatric Hospitals’. Wriggling: Can you tell us […]Read More