How to keep #kinship going in 2020 when so many of us are physically isolated? The "K" in kinship is for KINDNESS. Randye talks with Donna Cameron, author of "A Year of Living Kindly"
Will Kindness and Altruism be the next big trend? The Life Talk show's Randye Kaye has a Power of Kinship Conversation with courtney Maum, author of "Touch" and more - and a trend forecaster. After Covid-19, what happens to our need for human touch?
Randye Kaye interviews Dr. Tim Kearney at the start of the Covid-19 quarantine. How can we help our preschoolers stay emotionally healthy while sheltering in place?
Power of Kinship podcast #1.
Power of Kinship Podcast #2 -A conversation about #Schizophrenia and the Family: Is There Hope Beyond #HiddenValleyRoad? with Robert Kolker, Miriam Feldman, Randye Kaye, and Laura Pogliano.
Kolker is a journalist and nonfiction author whose first book Lost Girls was a New York Times best-seller and was recently adapted for a Netflix film. His new book is Hidden Valley Road, an Oprah's Book Club selection and an instant #1 New YorkTimes best-seller about one family's struggle with mental illness.
Randye Kaye is author of Ben Behind His Voices, and creator of The Power of Kinship programs. She is also a noted voice talent, speaker and actor.
Miriam Feldman is an artist, writer, and the mother of an adult son with schizophrenia. Her book, "He Came in With It" chronicles her family's story and will be out on July 21st.
Laura Pogliano has been featured frequently in USA Today as mother & advocate for her late son Zaccaria. She is now the Maryland State Chapter Lead for SARDAA and focuses on family support and the reclassification of schizophrenia to Neurology. She is also on the Board of SARDAA.
What, if anything, has changed for families dealing with schizophrenia - and what has to happen next to improve the current situation?
We touch on:
Early Detection and Treatment
Need to fund and advance research and find a CURE
Four Pillars of Recovery
Stigma - is reducing stigma enough? (no!)
Schizophrenia as a brain condition, not a psychological issue
the sibling experience
Hidden Valley Road and the Galvin family
current disabled mental health system
need for education, NAMI Family-to-Family
Breathing. Seems simple, right? Yet you may be doing it all wrong...and suffering the consequences. Guests Tara Clancy and Jennifer Rodrigues, specialists on mindfulness and breathing, will teach secrets to better sleep, greater health, and more mindful life.
How prepared are you - and your loved ones - for the inevitable end of your life? Guests Patti Urban and Lynn McPhelimy to help us shed light and start the conversation to a very necessary, yet not often talked about subject: the End of Life. Learn how to put your house in order from the physical to the financial, and find resources for End of Life care.
Our own Nicky Tomboulides opens up at last about the shocking ordeal of her father's tragic death - or was it murder? - in Athens, Greece in 2000. This family story rivals anything you've seen dramatized on TV - and it's real.
Who lives the longest, and how do they do it? Our guest is Dr. Michele Suhie- is the medical laboratory scientist and coordinator of the Geriatric Health and Wellness Program at Sacred Heart University. Dr. Suhie teaches courses at SHU in aging, health and disease. "The Blue Zones" teaches us about 9 Lessons for Living Longer from the people who've lived the longest