Men's Skincare, Feminism on Broadway, Kid's Mentors, Mental Health, Family Business Survival Kit, Adult Dating
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 416
- Mar 16, 2020 12:00 pm
- 1:41:11 mins
Skincare for Men (0:00:00) When you walk down the skincare aisle at a grocery store, you’ll notice that 90% of the products are catered to women and maybe three or four dinky bottles are labeled for men. Because of large marketing efforts targeted towards women, many men don’t see the need to practice skincare other than rinsing their face in the morning. However, taking care of your skin daily is just as important for men as it is for women. Today we are joined by Dr. Debra Jaliman, a board-certified dermatologist. She joins us to discuss the best skincare practices for men. Feminism on Broadway (0:14:51) You might remember your first time seeing a musical. You clutched your ticket and playbill as you sat down in a crowded theatre. As the lights dimmed, your excitement heightened. You sat there in awe wondering how Don Lockwood could tap dance and sing in a puddle of water without getting out of breath or falling down. There’s a standing ovation and the crowds go home. After the curtain closes, musicals have a profound effect on their audience. Broadway’s audience is over sixty percent female. So, the question is—are we accurately representing women on stage, empowering the female audience, and making an impact for the thousands of women watching? Here to discuss this is Stacy Wolf, author and director of musical theatre at Princeton University. Finding Mentors for Kids (0:34:51) Our kids have dreams just like we do. But theirs seem to be constantly changing. One week you’re sitting at home and your kid proclaims that when they grow up, they’re going to be a zoo veterinarian. But just last week, didn’t they say they were going to be dolphin trainer? And the week before, you swear they wanted to be an astronaut. No matter how big or small or indecisive our kids’ dreams are, it’s not too early to encourage them to start thinking about their future career. Joining us today is Carrie Ann Rhodes, friend of the show, to talk about all the reasons why we should encourage our kids to explore their interests and possible career options. Mental Health in a Crisis (0:50:35) Lisa and Richie talk about what they're doing to protect their mental health while handling the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic. Family Business Survival Kit (1:05:41) Do you have a dream of starting a family business? A lot of us do, and it seems so ideal –everyone working together smoothly. But it’s hard to see how that ideal can happen when you all fight over a piece of chicken at the dinner table. Dr. Fredda Herz Brown is a pioneer in the field of family enterprise. We’ve invited her on the show today to discuss her experience and expertise with this unique field. Would It Kill You To Put On Some Lipstick? (1:24:48) Putting yourself back in the dating scene after relationships end can be tough. It takes confidence, perseverance, and bravery to start dating again. But as tricky as it may sound, taking the chance to find love again can be an exciting experience just as Holy Martyn discovered in her journey on 100 dates in 1 year. Holly Martyn is the author of “Would it Kill You to Put on Some Lipstick?” She’s going to give us some tips on how we can find the confidence to put ourselves out there again and what she learned from her own experience.