Health & Well-Being

Your health is the most important thing. Yep… it’s an old, over-used and variously worded cliche’. But that doesn’t mean it ain’t true (although a few extra buck is not so bad, either). In this section we focus on all aspects of health — physical, mental, and psychological. From professionals in the various fields we’ll discuss what you should know and what you can do to maintain a healthy lifestyle. 

Health & Well-Being

Space Invaders

A husband’s retirement can create problems for a non-working wife.  When couples start thinking about retirement, it can be pretty exciting. They daydream about the things they will do...

Health & Well-Being

Emotional Support

Men and women can differ on what it means and how to provide it.  Anyone who’s been married for a few weeks knows that it’s a complicated affair. There are lots of rough patches, reasons...

Health & Well-Being

Aging with Parkinson’s Disease

Using dance to help those afflicted to reconnect with others. by Leslie Eckford If you or someone you know has Parkinson’s Disease (PD), you know the negative impact it has on the physical, cognitive...

Health & Well-Being

Do You Trust Your Partner?

It’s the cornerstone of a relationship, and a source of problems if there is none. by Louis H. Primavera, Ph.D. As it’s most basic features, trust provides stability and security —...

Health & Well-Being

Male Care-Givers

Why Don’t We Hear Much About Them? By Samantha Stein When we talk about family caregivers and read about them online, we often picture women—daughters or wives—caring for their loved ones. In fact...

Health & Well-Being

Do You Argue Like This?

Going tit for tat goes nowhere. Arguing is not only normal, it’s quite healthy for a marriage. It’s the primary vehicle for change. If we’re unhappy with something our partner does or...