Staying Healthy: Taking Charge Of Your Body with Joan Kenley

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Are you feeling confused about what you should do to stay healthy? It seems that everywhere we turn someone is giving us advice about the latest new product or procedure. In this fast-paced information age, where stress is the norm, how can we make informed decisions about our health, especially in mid-life and beyond? In this lively dialogue, leading women's health researcher, psychologist and author, Joan Kenley, calls us to be proactive about our health, and says, "If you don't like your doctor, find another one who will answer your questions." When asked about the benefits of friendship and circle work, she replies, "You have to grow yourself somewhere, and it turns out that deep wonderful, wise, "wisdoming" conversation does better than many of the drugs that we're taking to keep well in other ways." (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)


Kenley is the author of:

  • Whose Body is it Anyway: Smart Alternative and Traditional Health Choices for Your Total Well Being (Newsmarket Press, 1999)

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How you can create optimal health
  • How friendships and circle work can support your health
  • What is the "Promise Between Friends"
  • What positive steps you can take to prevent illness
  • How to create and organize a program to manage your health
Host: Justine Willis Toms      Interview Date: 6/20/2002      Program Number: 2949