Teens, But only for 7 years






If being a teen is so hard, why does it have to be hard for the parent as well? Dr. Anthony Wolf is a nationally known author and child psychologist specializing in Teens. We discuss some of the behaviors we can expect from our children as they become teens, why they appear to hate us and what conflict is going on within the teen.  We also discuss a parent/teen education program that Anthony is working with to engage parents and teens in discussing risk behaviors centered around driving.

John Gilmore is one of the architects of Autism United the collaboration of several New York area autism organizations.  The held a fund raising walk on Long Island to fund a joint project. John tells us how it all started and how the walk came together. Cathy Moriarty is their national spokesperson and John tells us about Katie Wright’s help during the walk.  Stan shares his impressions of the “Jenny on Larry King” and explains his “losing the dream syndrome”.  They both discuss the autism collaborations and mergers of the future.

Stan learns about peanuts