Episodes

Episode 7: A Baby Boomer’s Approach in Work-Life Balance

The understanding of work-life balance has been changing over the years, and each generation has a different approach in achieving this balance. Find out what the Baby Boomer generation have to say.

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Episode 8: Renewal and Letting Go – What it is and How it’s Different for the Baby Boomers

Baby Boomers have reached an unfamiliar space in their lives, where they feel the need to experiment with themselves – a time to relearn things, renew their beliefs, and reconfigure their lives. Episode 8 talks about how all the changes in society affects the Baby Boomers and what does “letting go” really means to them.

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Episode 9: How Baby Boomers Deal with Empty Nesting and Find Space for Themselves

A feeling of grief or loneliness is called the ‘Empty Nest Syndrome’ and this is experienced by some Baby Boomers especially women when they their children leave home for the first time, or when a partner passes away or losing something very valuable to them like that of their jobs. They feel like their sense...

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Episode 10: Positive Aging – What are the Benefits of Getting Older?

What comes to mind when you think about aging? What are the things to look forward to after retirement? What are the benefits of Aging? These are the questions our hosts and panelists discussed in this week’s podcast episode. Many older people don’t like the term ‘elderly, or elder or senior’ and Baby Boomers need...

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Episode 11: Connections – What Matters to You?

One of the biggest risks as people age and enter retirement is the risk of isolation. Boomers need to be mindful about the outcome of a a grief and loss process. This is something that is considered to be complex and doesn’t happen automatically. What is it that makes people thrive or die moving into...

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Episode 12 – Differences and Similarities Among Generations: Greatest, Baby Boomers, Silent, X and Y, Millennials

How do you interpret a generation and what does your generation mean to you? Dr. Drew Dwyer outlines them: On top of the hierarchy is the Greatest Generation, the people aged between 92 and older. Those of the Greatest Generation grew up during the Great Depression and many fought in World War II. They are...

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