We’re talking with Michelle E. Dickinson. Michelle grew up with a mom who had bipolar disorder and, as challenging as that was, it taught her some lessons that helped her when she had to deal with her own depression years later. Now she’s with us and she’s talking about mental illness, stigma, and the importance of generous listening. Michelle Dickinson, on Keep it Juicy!
Have you ever been hacked? Well, I was. There are preventive things you can do. Change your freaking password. Change it often. And don’t write yourself a little note about your password on a sticky paper that anyone can see. But ultimately? It may not make a difference. It didn’t for me. Share my outrage on Keep it Juicy!
Dr. Doree Lynn knows that relationships, intimacy and the whole sex thing can be intimidating when you start over as an older person. But, fear not! Dr. Doree is a psychotherapist who calls herself a media sex-pert and she’s all about ridding us of the notion that good sex ends when youth does. Sex and intimacy are still very much in the picture, no matter how old you are.
Is there some magic to being a best-selling author? For mystery author Rhys Bowen, it’s been steady perseverance, a bit of chutzpah, and even a little of the magic from a Celtic harp. Author Rhys Bowen on today’s Keep it Juicy!
You’ve heard the expression take a chill pill? Well, Phyllis Ginsberg, talks about how you can chill out without the pill. You might think that once you’re out of the rat race, you just automatically calm down. Nope. We talk stressing less…no matter where you are in life on Keep it Juicy!
If you are like I am, you hate hate speech. But should we just look the other way, or should we actively block that kind of talk or writing?
The whole thing has me feeling a little sorry for Mark Zuckerberg these days.
Wait, what? Mark Zuckerberg, the emotionless guy whose Facebook has a creepy knowledge of what I’ve just shopped for? Mark Zuckerberg, whose Facebook was one of the tools the Russians used to post fake news and interfere with our election?
Yep, that Mark Zuckerberg.
Whatever you may think of Facebook, I do think they’re trying. I’m just not sure they’re going about it the right way. They’re banning hateful people.
Some people would applaud this move.
I’m not sure I do. And that makes me feel sorry for Mark Zuckerberg, because, despite his efforts, I still am not happy with what Facebook is doing about this issue.