Lunch Breaks, Communicating with Kids, Pregnancy and Depression, Estranged Relationships, Bedroom Do's and Don'ts, Best Art Museums

Lunch Breaks, Communicating with Kids, Pregnancy and Depression, Estranged Relationships, Bedroom Do's and Don'ts, Best Art Museums

The Lisa Show

  • Jun 17, 2019 2:00 pm
  • 1:41:17 mins
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Lunch Breaks (0:02:14) Health and nutrition expert Joy Bauer explains why more and more people are skipping their lunch break and makes a case for reclaiming lunch breaks as a country. Parent Communication (0:18:40) Psychiatrist Dr. Tracy Asamoah teaches how to help our kids want to communicate with us, as well as what to do as a parent to more clearly communicate with your teenagers. Pregnancy and Depression (0:35:38) Dr. Monica Starkman, author and psychiatrist, talks about why pregnant women can be more susceptible to depression and what they and their families can do about it. Estranged Relationships (0:53:14) Kathy McCoy, psychotherapist and author of "We Don't Talk Anymore: Healing After Parents and Their Adult Children Become Estranged," explain what can be done to reestablish communication and begin rebuilding a relationship when a parent and child have grown apart. Bedroom Do's and Don'ts (1:11:36) Interior decorator Carrie Ann Rhodes talks to Lisa and Richie about what you should and shouldn't do when organizing your bedroom. Art Museums (1:26:19) William Eiland, director of the Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia, talks about the best art museums to visit in the U.S., as well as the art-curating process.

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