Where Did Our Norman Rockwell Childhood Go?
January 3, 2017
Hosted by Dr. Carole Lieberman
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Society is on a runaway train: with ever-changing technology and lifestyles, global violence, volatile economies, single parent homes, stunning headlines... and more. It's beyond stressful for adults to cope with, imagine what it's like for kids. Today's guest, Bob Brill, award-winning journalist and broadcaster, is also a prolific author. By contrasting two of his books, Tales of My Baseball Youth: A Child of the 60's (a memoir) and Al Kabul: Home Grown Terrorist (a novel) --the disparity in childhood today vs. yesteryear's Norman Rockwell paintings, is chillingly apparent. Though baseball is still the national pastime because it resonates most deeply with America's soul, far fewer kids have the opportunity to play because more fatherless homes have meant fewer dads who are coaches. And the backdrop of kids' lives is now more closely aligned with the picture Brill paints of homegrown terrorists. Dr. Carole shares tips on how we can slow the train and bring back more wholesome times.
Dr. Carole's Couch
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Everyday we are bombarded with stories in our newspapers, on television and on the radio that make it seem as though society is spiraling out of control. But just when everything in the world seems insane, Dr. Carole Lieberman creates a sanctuary for sanity. Call or log in to get help making sense of these turbulent times or just for advice from a soothing voice. “Dr. Carole’s Couch” broadcasts each Tuesday at 1pm Pacific (4pm Eastern) on the VoiceAmerica Channel.
Dr. Carole Lieberman
Dr. Carole Lieberman is the psychiatrist the world trusts for help coping with today's times. She is also the preeminent authority on the psychology of show biz and the psychological influence of media. A multiple Emmy award-winner, Dr. Lieberman has spent over a decade analyzing the psychological impact of world events, as a guest and host on all major media outlets. She has appeared on "Oprah", CNN, “Entertainment Tonight, “Good Morning America”, "The Today Show", “The O’Reilly Factor”, Court TV, the BBC, and numerous other high profile shows. Her work has garnered numerous awards, including those from the Writers Guild of America, City of Los Angeles and the Film Advisory Board. Dr. Carole's latest book, Coping with Terrorism: Dreams Interrupted, a psychological survival guide, has recently been released. She maintains a star-studded practice in Beverly Hills and is listed in numerous Who’s Who directories.