Wellness Wednesday: Midlife Crisis, Bromances and Desktop Dining
Today at 11am:
The midlife crisis is a time rife with stress and self-doubt. Now a growing body of research suggests the midlife crisis is a total myth.
This hour, we explore the biology of human happiness at middle age and take a look at how bromances may be good for men's mental health.
- Dr. Elizabeth Kirby, neurology instructor at Stanford University
- Dr. Robert Garfield, psychotherapist and clinical professor at the University of Pennsylvania
- Barbara Bradley Hagerty, former NPR correspondent and author of “Life Reimagined” ( @BBradleyHagerty)
- June Jo Lee, food ethnographer and vice president of strategic insights, The Hartman Group