We Need To Talk About…The Sandwich Generation

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On this week’s show we talk about The Sandwich Generation with my guests: Brian McMurter from McMurter & Associates Randy Filinski from CARP Ajax-Pickering Are you stuck in the middle of caring for aging parents AND raising your kids? Then you are part of the sandwich generation. There are different definitions but being sandwiched by

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We Need To Talk About…Youth & Leadership

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On this week’s show we’re talking about Youth & Leadership with my guests: Sajee Baskaran from Boys and Girls Club of Durham and, Katie Zeppieri from Make Your Mark Guess what? They may not be the lazy, entitled, technology addicted people that they are often portrayed in the movies…ok and sometimes in real life 🙂

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We Need To Talk About…BULLYING

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We Need to Talk is a show that helps make difficult conversations a little easier.  This week we talked about Bullying. Most people have somehow been impacted by bullying but it’s not something we like to talk about. Bullying can take many forms – physical, verbal or social and it can happen anywhere. On the

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We Need To Talk about…Divorce

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On this week’s show I talk about Divorce and Divorce Support in the Durham Region with my guests: Darryl Glover – A lawyer with Glover & Associates; and Julie McLaren – A member of Separation2Success Why do we need to talk about divorce? Because it affects so many families and the cost emotionally and financially

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WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT…MENTAL HEALTH

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On the first show of Season 2 I talk with: Dr. Ian Dawe, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto and the Physician-in-Chief at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences; and Mark Bouwmeester, Coordinator at Durham Mental Health Services. Mental illnesses are still feared and misunderstood by many people, but the fear

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