The dizzying pace of technological innovation has impacted virtually everyone in our society. Baby Boomers and Millennials are two demographic cohorts which have each been affected by technology, in particular ways. For a discussion about that, as well as how both of these groups relate to each other, we welcome back nationally known psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig and compelling writer/blogger Taylor Rae, for an interesting discussion on these topics.
Some of the areas covered in our conversation include texting and passive aggressiveness, social media’s impact on socializing and how the generation's viewpoints differ, as well as what they share in common and so much more.
Featured columnist Jay Bildstein joins us for this discussion.
During the springtime, some of us partake in that activity known as spring cleaning. It involves going through things in our house that we do not need and, depending on its condition, throwing it out or donating it to charity. In essence, it is about taking stock of our material universe.
Though we may be able to organize our physical setting, what about giving ourselves a mental spring cleaning? This would be taking stock of our own lives and ridding ourselves of the people and things that have a negative impact on our lives. From deleting people from our phones we no longer wish to communicate with, to ridding ourselves of negative contacts on social media, to changing our eating habits and getting more exercise, all of us need some type of emotional spring cleaning.
Last week, couples across the world celebrated Valentine’s Day. But how does a couple make Valentine’s Day happen every week? To answer that question, we welcome back nationally known psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig. From the Oprah Winfery Show to Larry King Live to Today and a host of other shows, Dr. Ludwig has provided insight into a variety of psychology and related topics.
When it comes to relationships, Dr. Ludwig provides us a good perspective on what a long term relationship is and how not every day is going to include a romantic dinner, flowers or chocolates. By having realistic expectations, yet working to keep romance alive, we can enjoy stronger more fulfilling relationships.
During our conversation, Robi revealed to us that she is currently working with the online dating website ourtime.com, as well as other interesting projects.
Less than two weeks into 2017 and some folks are already giving up on their New Year's Resolutions. Other people, believing their resolutions would end in futility, did not bother to make any.
If you are trying to stay on track to reach your goals for 2017, nationally known psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig has joined us again, this time to share her reaction to all the New Year's Resolution scenarios people are facing.
Known for her media appearances on television shows including Oprah, Today and Larry King Live, she has recently written a book titled, Your Best Age Is Now: Embrace an Ageless Mindset, Reenergize Your Dreams, and Live a Soul-Satisfying Life. It sounds like a great read to start the New Year.
Thanksgiving and the rest of the upcoming holiday season are known to bring families together. One of the hot topics of conversation this year will be the recent 2016 Presidential Election. This and other discussions among family members could lead to some heated arguments and possible personal regret.
For some insight on how to deal with family members, during the holiday season, who have different points of view, we welcome back nationally renowned psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig. Dr. Ludwig has been on Today, Oprah, Larry King Live, as well as other media platforms. She always provides interesting insight.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Pitt are considered Hollywood royalty. They make for one of the most famous couples in America. Few couples in contemporary show business have commanded more attention than they have. It was reported this week that Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce.
To explain why America is so interested in the lives of these two well-known celebrities, we welcome back frequent CYInterview guest, psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig for some analysis. This year, she released a new book titled Your Best Age is Now: Embrace an Ageless Mindset, Reenergize Your Dreams, and Live a Soul-Satisfying Life.
Recently, Time Magazine published an article titled How Trolls are Ruining The Internet. Whether it is social media, a message board, the comments section of an article and even sometimes via email, celebrities and private citizens alike are receiving hateful and negative messages. At times, these messages are racist and threatening as well.
To breakdown the troll phenomena, we welcome back psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig. Robi has been a frequent guest of NBC’s Today and many other media programs. She has just recently written a new book titled Your Best Age is Now: Embrace an Ageless Mindset, Reenergize Your Dreams, and a Live a Soul Satisfying Life. Featured columnist Jay Bildsten joins us for this segment.
Welcome to a special CYInterview segment. We are proud to bring you an important roundtable discussion entitled, “The State of the American Brain.”
Technology grows at a dizzying pace. People seem to be more sedentary than ever before. Life expectancy appears to be up but so do the number of people who are overweight and obese. We face violence in society, most apparently when maniacs attack innocent individuals going about their daily lives. Our entertainment is filled with violence.
Our media is a nonstop feeding frenzy intent on getting views, reads, listens and clicks but many wonder when the same level of energy will be focused on the big, important stories instead of the ones that are simply salacious and attention grabbing.