Archives for October 2016

11-5-16 Tears in My Gumbo: Caregiver’s Recipe for Resilience (Radio)

According to Caregiver Advocate Nadine Roberts Cornish, the author of Tears in My Gumbo, when it comes to family members and caregiving, it’s either your time or your money that’s needed. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Nadine explains the joys and tears of being a family caregiver and how attitude is […]

10-29-16 Doggie Tales & Paw Prints (Radio)

She had no desire to own a large dog or to start her own non-profit organization, but God had very different plans for Jennifer Dahn. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, dog lovers and non-dog lovers will be inspired by Jennifer’s story and the dogs of Paw Print Ministries. They bring comfort […]

10-22-16 Are You Too Busy? (Radio)

Do you need to get off of Facebook and get your face in The Book? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Colorado Christian Fellowship’s Sr. Pastor, Apostle Phil Smith explains why nothing is more important than our daily connection with God and regular connection with our church family, and how to keep […]

10-15-16 Blessed Beyond Domestic Violence (Radio)

Nearly one in four adult women is a victim of domestic violence in her lifetime and on average, three women are killed by a current or former intimate partner each day in America. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Krystal Ryan gives her firsthand account of how she was a victim of […]

10-8-16 How Corporate Bullying Saved Her Life (Radio)

LaTanisha Wright is a former big tobacco marketing executive who secretly helped public health leaders end a predatory marketing campaign and sue the Big Tobacco company that she worked for. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Ms. Wright shares how she endured corporate bullying, death threats, and a lifetime of abuse and […]

Mental Health 101 Workshop (Aurora, CO)

Do you know the signs that a person may have a mental health problem? What should you do if you suspect that mental illness is contributing to poor performance or inappropriate behavior? Participants will learn how to recognize signs of a possible mental health problem, what practical steps to take to respond to a mental […]

10-1-16 Church Safety (Radio)

The massacre at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina where 9 were killed, is just one recent example of violence that has occurred at churches and other places of worship. Does your church have an emergency response plan for an active shooter or other crisis situation? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. […]