“First, the good news: We are all living longer lives. Now, the bad news: We are all living longer lives,” says Tamara McClintock Greenberg, Psy.D. Average life expectancies are 30 years longer than they were 50 years ago in the U.S. With long life comes a dramatically higher risk that we will develop chronic illness, and many of us simply don’t know what to do or say when a friend or a family member becomes frail.
Tamara shares wise and practical tips we need to navigate the complex psychological and physical terrain of offering support. Tune in to learn how to take the best care of yourself and your loved ones.
Learn more about Tamara Greenberg: www.tamara-greenberg.com