Occasionally I'm the interviewee.
Lisa Barry, host of All Things Considered on Ypsilanti, Michigan's NPR station, WEMU, hosts a new series called "Modern Aging," with lucky me as her guest.
April 9, 2019 -- What is ageism? (With thanks to Ashton Applewhite, author of This Chair Rocks)
May 14, 2019 -- Are you a Denialist, a Realist, or an Enthusiast about aging? (Based on the work of Bill Thomas, MD.)
June 11, 2019 -- The wisdom that comes with aging, and the power of forgiveness
July 9, 2019 -- How to become the older person you want to be
September 10, 2019 -- How to figure out what's next! (Based on ideas from Richard Leider's The Power of Purpose (3rd edition) and Dr. Richard
Cohen's The Mature Mind: The Positive Power of the Aging Brain, among others.)
Phyllis Haynes is a 25-year on air broadcast veteran in network news and public affairs reporting. She served as the host of "Straight Talk" for WOR-TV and reported on major issues for ABC Evening News with Peter Jennings and the number one morning show Good Morning America. Now producer and host of her own show, Profonde TV, Phyllis interviewed Theresa about ageism, elderhood, and the genesis of Aging for Life.