Rosalind Sedacca 8-9 PM

website: www.womendatingafter40.com/rescue.html, www.childcentereddivorce.com, www.facebook.com/childcentereddivorce, www.facebook.com/rosalindsedacca

Book: 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before … Dating After 40, 50 & Yes, 60!

Rosalind Sedacca, CCT is a Relationship Coach and Certified Corporate Trainer who has been providing workshops for singles and couples for the past two decades. She is also the co-author of 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Dating After 40, 50 & Yes, 60! Ms. Sedacca will be focusing her attention on how to approach and balance intimacy as well as sexuality when dating.

Topics to be discussed (time permitting):

  • How did you come to write your book?: 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before … Dating After 40, 50 & Yes, 60!
  • Is it realistic for women to expect to find meaningful relationships as they get older? Or should they just accept that they will be alone in the years ahead?
  • What issues come up for women in mid-life making dating different than when you’re in your twenties?
  • Why is sexuality such a difficult issue for women who are dating in midlife?
  • Sexuality and intimacy are often confused. Can you set us straight on the difference?
  • So which one is more important as you move into a new relationship?
  • Many experts advice not to have sex on a first date. Do you agree – and if so, why?
  • Is there a right amount of time to wait before you have sex with a partner?
  • How do you talk to a man about sex before engaging in sex?
  • What if he doesn’t see things your way?
  • What are some of the other common challenges women over 40 face when re-entering the dating world?
  • What about warnings signs that you might be in an abusive relationship?
  • You talk about personal empowerment as being essential to having a healthy, lasting relationship. Why is that so?
  • What if someone needs more support than they can find in a book? Where to they turn?
  • I understand you have a free tip sheet: Savvy, Simple & Successful Ways to Avoid Dating Disasters! How can our listeners get this?


Robert Rail 9-10 PM

Book: Surviving the International War Zone

Dr. Robert R. Rail, a retired veteran police officer and United Nations Peacekeeper, is recognized as one of the foremost experts on understanding riots, civil unrest, and street confrontations, from Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans to around the world.  He has instructed elite police officers from literally around the globe from Russia to Senegal, and Jordan to Egypt, and has served as a police officer in the war zones of Bosnia, Kosovo, and Iraq. He has received numerous international awards for his efforts around the world. Visit Dr. Rail’s Facebook page here.

Topics to be discussed (time permitting):

  • What war zones have you been in?
  • Did you work with officers from other countries in these war zones?
  • How were these officers treated in the war zone and when they went home?
  • Do you get “conditioned” to living day to day in a war zone?
  • Can you actually get comfortable of forget where you are for a few moments?
  • What becomes your normal day?
  • Who do you talk openly with when you come back from a war zone?
  • Are some topics “off limits”?
  • If it’s so bad then why do you go back?
  • Is the person who goes off to a war zone the same person who comes home?
  • Is there any change after repeated missions?
  • Can you ever be the “other person” again?
  • Why do some returnees engage in reckless behaviors?
  • Who is the threat in the war zone, and then who becomes the threat back home?
  • Can the survival mind set be easily turned off when you come back home?
  • Do you resent the government or the news media?
  • Do you think about what you would do if you were captured?
  • What is worse, PTSD or the constant stress of waiting?
  • What is “store shock” or “food shock”?

Kate Chawansky / Dr. Stan Frager Show / Louisville, KY / producer

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