12/09/2012 Happy Hanukkah!

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Tonight’s guests:

Lesley S. King, 8:06pm to 9:00pm
Website: www.lesleysking.com

Lesley S. King has traveled to exotic places all over the world writing for The New York Times, Audubon magazine, United Airlines Hemispheres magazine and Frommer’s and Dummies guides. For eight years she wrote and took photographs and videos for a travel column in New Mexico Magazine. She is author of The Baby Pact, a novel, and two books of travel essays. She blogs and offers writing courses at The Inner Adventure.


  • 1.What are the three cardinal rules to help travelers during the holidays?
  • 2.What are the best tips for getting through airport security?
  • 3. What is the best way to make driving to a holiday destination enjoyable?
  • 4. We hear a lot about online resources such as Trip Advisor and Yelp. What is the best source for travelers to plan their travel?
  • 5. How can a traveler feel like they’re traveling First Class when they’re on a budget?
  • 6. What is the best way to minimize stress when flying?
  • 7. How can a person live their life as though always on vacation?

Related Links:
Holiday Stress: How Do You Relieve It?

Managing The Seemingly Inevitable Holiday Season Stress


Dr. Karen Sherman, 9:06pm to 10:00pm
Website: www.Drkarensherman.com

Dr. Karen Sherman is a licensed psychologist in NY.  She’s had a private practice for 25 years with a specialty in relationships.
Karen’s work very much reflects the knowledge she has gained from her own personal experiences.  From these experiences, Karen brings not only a very keen awareness of others but a genuine authenticity to all of her work.  There are two main areas in which she puts her energy: relationships/marriage and in assisting people achieve their greatest potential.
Her first book, Marriage Magic! Find It, Keep It, and Make It Last is a self-help book that allows couples to revitalize their marriage.  Karen strongly believes that most marriages can be salvaged and thrive if the partners give it attention.  Her second book, Mindfulness and The Art of Choice: Transform Your Life, is an award winning self-help book, that focuses on enabling people to let go of their wired-in automatic responses from their past in order to live a life of their choosing.  It was written after a difficult personal journey.
Her memberships include American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association, Nassau County Psychological Association. She’s certified as a Nationally Board Certified Counselor and a National Family Life Educator and belongs to The National Registry for Marriage Friendly Therapists.

Possible questions:

1.  Aren’t couples who don’t fight better off?
2.  Is there any benefit to having a conflict in marriage?
3. In what ways do conflicts help to bring a couple closer together?
4.  What about the old adage of “never go to bed mad?”
5.  Are there differences in the way that men and women argue?
6.  What are the differences in the way men and women view make-up sex?
7.  Why do we even need tools to learn how to fight?
8.  Is it okay to have a fight and just let things get back to normal?
9.  When does a conflict become a real problem?
10. Are there any concerns about couples having conflicts when they have children?
11. Why do so many couples seem to have the same arguments repeatedly?
12.  It is said that the usual arguments are about money, finances, and kids.  Is that true?


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