South Health Problem, Better Grandparent, Importance of Etiquette
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1490
- Apr 30, 2018 3:33 pm
- 2:31:15 mins
Why the South has a Health Problem (15:55) Jay Maddock, Ph.D., is the Dean of the School of Public Health at Texas A&M University. He is internationally recognized for his research in social-ecological approaches to increasing physical activity. What does Massachusetts, Hawaii, Vermont, Utah, and Connecticut all have in common? In 2017 they were all rated the healthiest states in the Union. On the other hand, West Virginia, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi are all in the South and are at the bottom of the list. Why is this the case? Jay Maddock explains why the South seems to have a health problem. How to be a better Grandparent (1:08:29) Leslie Zinberg and Kay Ziplow are co-founders of the website GrandParentsLink. Leslie Zinberg is an interior designer and has been married for 48 years with two children and two grandchildren. Currently, she is co-writing a book on mindful grandparenting. Grandparents can have a big impact on the lives of grandchildren. Likewise, Grandparents can be an important source of information for their children who are trying to raise their kids. What is the role of a Grandparent? Leslie Zinberg shares some tips on how to be a better Grandparent. Importance of Etiquette (2:01:44) Cynthia R. Grosso is a national etiquette expert, an award-winning speaker, columnist, and author. She is the founder of the Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette and the host of Your Manners Matter syndicated radio show. In a world of changing values and mixed opinions, we often forget some of the most basic and fundamental parts of our culture- manners. Sometimes it’s hard to know what the polite and proper thing to do it anymore. But national etiquette expert, Cynthia Grosso, says, “Your manners and etiquette are not just actions… they are an attitude that is closely related to your self-confidence, your position in business and personal life, as well as your ability to build successful relationships, teams, and organizations.” Cynthia Grosso shares with us a time when things were simpler and remind us what our mothers taught us.