Family & Lifestyle
Sleeping, Coping with Age, Importance of FailureThe Matt Townsend Show
- Mar 31, 2015 1:00 pm
Sleeping Patterns (10:12) Dr. John Cline, is a licensed psychologist and diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and is here to talk to us about the dangers of little sleep. From the college student pulling an all nighter, the new parent waking up to a screaming baby, and everywhere in-between we are simply not getting enough sleep. This lack of sleep can have serious consequences to our health. Baby Boomers Cope with Age (57:52) Mindy Utay, contributor to the Huffington Post and Psychotherapist. Ms. Utay received her law degree from George Washington University and her MSW from New York University School of Social Work, as well as certification as a psychoanalyst by the National Institute for the Psychotherapies. She talks about how people responding to aging today. The Importance of Failure: A Culture of False Success (1:43:18) Dr. Laura Miele Pascoe holds a Doctorate in Sport Psychology, a Master’s in Education and an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and Physical Education. She is a professor of Coaching Education at Ohio University. She specializes in sports psychology, personal training, fitness facilities management and injury prevention. Dr. Pascoe says that "\[If children] do not learn how to deal with disappointment and failure early on, \[they] will be exponentially more distraught when they inevitably face them later in life."