We’ve all had some kind of affliction. Whether it’s psychological, physical or situational. And we all deal with adversity in different ways. In each episode, we’ll talk to people who recognize and use their own affliction in their lives, as well as psychologists and other experts who counsel them. It may be addiction recovery, the trauma of disease and treatment, or in the case of the host, her role as a replacement child. Hopefully you will take away useful information for your own life.
In her first episode, Judy talks with Rita J.… Read more
The following is a departure from my usual blog (which I have neglected for too long) in order to give voice to this pithy critique of the newly envisioned West Side Story production on Broadway. Full disclosure, for those who don’t know, the critic is my husband who has definite ideas about this musical production. Also, please note that the opinions expressed are not necessarily mine! We argued all the way home on the train. In a good way.
It’s difficult to know what the creators of West Side Story, currently in previews at the Broadway Theater in New York City, were thinking when they decided on the concept that is the current show. … Read more