ARE YOU IN A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP? Beatty asked her listeners to reevaluate all of their relationships, including love, work, family, friends and even acquaintances. Are these relationships loving, respectful and mutually satisfying or are they at worse, toxic and poisonous? Beatty’s guest today is Katherine Schreiber, co-author of the Truth About Exercise Addiction: Understanding the Dark Side of Thinspiration, writer, …
Beatty asks her listeners to take an honest look at their relationships…both personal and professional. Are your relationships primarily healthy, mutually respectful, supportive and non-judgmental? Or do you feel like you are on an ever -ending, crazy- making rollercoaster ride with your partner, family, friends and colleagues? My guest today is Gayle Kirschenbaum, an American filmmaker, producer, writer, speaker …
How are adolescent girls doing around the world medically, educationally, economically, emotionally and psychologically? It’s easy to forget that educational opportunities for many young girls are almost non-existent. Broad inequalities persist between the rich and poor and most notably between the richest males and the poorest females. The disparity is staggering. In the last decade, the awareness around the …
Have You Ever Been Sexually Harassed at Work? Do you work in a culture that devalues women? Listen to Beatty’s psychological analysis of sexual harassment, given the firing of both Roger Ailes, former CEO at FOX & Bill O’Reilly, former host of the O’Reilly Factor. What can businesses, schools and universities DO to safeguard against sexual harassment? To Life and …
Beatty talked about Dr. Barbara Fredrickson’s research findings about how to become less negative and more positive by DOING the following 8 mental exercises. She also discussed what couples need to DO if they hope to have happy and satisfying relationships. Did you know that Spring is the most depressing time of the year and that suicide spikes during this time of the year. Adopt Beatty’s mantra in life: Acknowledge, Address and RESOLVE!
April 7th 2017 is World Health Day and this year its theme is Depression. Individuals, schools, work places and organizations around the world need to be reminded to think about mental health issues 365 days of the year and provide programs and services to help people to acknowledge, address and resolve thrir issues.
Beatty discussed many different issues (political, social and personal) that Donald Trump’s Presidency has encouraged us all to ponder.
Did you know that depression rates rose 18% in the last decade world-wide and that the most vulnerable groups are youth, pregnant or postpartum women and the elderly. And unfortunately, rates of depression are increasing for adolescents as well. Beatty talked about the signs and symptoms of depression and offered concrete suggestions as to how to best deal with your depression. Don’t wait if your symptoms don’t improve or are worsening. Reaching out and asking for help is the very best thing that you can do for yourself and your family.
She also discussed what to do if your partner is no longer interested in sex and the benefits of dealing early on with sexual and other emotional, psychological and psychiatric issues.
Take concrete action today and change your life and relationships forever!
To life and love,
Beatty talked about why second and third marriages are more likely to end up in divorce. She posed the question that despite this sad state of affairs, are people really serious about doing their relationship homework so that the will educate, empower and keep themselves safe.
Beatty talked about what depression is and is not and what you need to know about depression at every age. The good news is that depression can be successfully treated. Would you want your parents to choose your life partner? Beatty discusses a new dating show in China where the parents choose their adult children’s mates. And how many of you watched the HBO series ‘Girls’ last night. Lena Dunham who plays the character Hannah, explores the issue of sexual assault vs consent. Beatty’s guest husband Jim Vrettos, sociologist, activist and host of the Radical Imagination on MNN engage in a lively discussion about this very important subject.