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Life after Death: What Happens after we die? Signs that Our Deceased Loved Ones are still with us!

What happens after we die? Is there life after death? If so, then is it possible that our deceased loved ones can send us signs they are still with us? Is there evidence that our deceased loved ones send us spirit messages? These are prevalent questions among Baby Boomers dealing with mortality. No matter what […]

Fit after 50: Get Up and Get Moving! Learning to Accept and Embrace Our Aging Body

Aging is an inevitable part of life. And at some point, all of us who live long enough have to learn to accept and embrace our aging body. That’s the time when it is more important than ever to get up, get moving, and keep moving! When it comes to staying fit after 50, it […]

Normalizing Death and Dying: How to Talk About Terminal Illness, Death and Dying

Let’s face it. We are all going to die one day. Why is it so hard for us to talk about the reality of terminal illness and dealing with dying? Those of us in our second act of life deal with death and terminal illness more and more often as we age. Yet, most of […]

Fashion Tips after 50: How Color Affects our Chakras, Mood and How We Feel

Can the clothes and colors you wear change the way you act and feel? Absolutely, according to numerous scientific studies. The clothes we wear communicate with our environment, and with the way we connect or not connect to the people in our daily encounters. Our choice of colors in our wardrobe can further influence how […]

Over 50 and Childless: Coping with Not Being Able to Have Children

Did you want to have children but were unable to have children? If so, how has childlessness affected your life after 50? Thousands of women (and men) over 50 were stripped of the choice of having their own children and left devastated. How did you cope with the news that you were unable to have […]

Over 50 and Childless: The Truth About Choosing Not to Have Children! Regrets, or no Regrets?

Did you make the conscious decision not to have children? If so, how do you feel about your decision not to have children now at middle age? Do you have any regrets? If you are a woman (or man for that matter) who chose not to have children, you have likely been on the receiving […]

Finding Love After 50: Do We Have More Than One Soulmate?

By choice or circumstance, millions of us Baby Boomers today are single, and many are discouraged about dating and outright scared about the prospect of being alone. Is it possible to find love again after 50? Are we running out of time? In today’s conversation, Paige brings her unique perspective to finding your soul mate, […]

Organic versus GMO Foods: Top Reasons to Choose Organic and Avoid a Chemical Cocktail!

The debate between GMO versus Organic food is heated and skewed. Our generation, the baby boomers, are only recently learning the extent to which we’ve been exposed to chemicals, pesticides, and hormones in our food supply, and how that may have affected our current state of health and inflammation in our body. Today, on Our […]

Starting Over and Dating after Gray Divorce: Expert Advice for Women Dating after 50!

Dating after gray divorce is a little like getting a chance to do it all over again, and hopefully get it right! But are we really older and wiser when it comes to matters of the heart? Starting to date again after a long term marriage can be confusing and scary. And we certainly don’t […]

The Red Bag: Connecting the Journey of Healing through Life, Death and Beyond

Today we get a first glimpse into Paige Valdiserri’s new book, The Red Bag, an enlightening approach to healing from traumatic stress. Join us for our pre-release interview and learn how The Red Bag speaks to specific topics and the populations prone to traumatic stress and life changing events, including military and first responders; people […]

Meet Paige Valdiserri: Living through Life Changing Trauma and Stress. You are never alone!

The older we get the more stress we accumulate, and the more focused we become on our encroaching mortality.  How we personalize and deal with the increasingly common pressures of modern American life such as income, retirement, and caregiving, not to mention the traumatic realities of chronic illness and death happening around us more and more frequently, […]