voices in the family

When did we get so old?

Inspired by a New York Times article of the same name, written by Michele Willens, the conversation in Voices in the Family focuses on th mental preparedness (or lack thereof) for aging. For boomers, the “what, me, get old?” generation, denial of aging is an important and difficult issue to tackle. Dr. Gottlieb speaks with Dr. Robert Gould, a psychiatrist who wrote the influential text Transformations, about the mental component of aging: who grows, who doesn’t and why. We are also joined by the author of the New York Times article herself, Michelle Willens, as well as Rabbi Dayle Friedman, leader of local wisdom circles and author of the forthcoming book Jewish Wisdom for Growing Older: Finding Your Grit and Grace Beyond Midlife.

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Dr. Dan Gottlieb to speak at TEDx on November 14

Dr. Dan Gottlieb joins a series of speakers at TEDx PSUBerks to speak on the theme of love and education. Dan Gottlieb's talk, Do you feel you are lovable? Roadblocks that prevent us from loving and being loved, is scheduled during Session 2 of the event. More information »