Ecuadorians as a whole have great "solidarity" as a culture. The have had a dizzying amount of presidents, constitutions, and banking holidays during the last 200 years, and so the "system" fails periodically. Interestingly, the culture moves in to fill the gaps automatically. Living in this very different society opened my eyes to the unsustainable social, economic, and political costs preventable stress causes in our modern world.
~ Mary Wingo
Dr. Mary Wingo
Born in the United States, she earned a Ph.D. in human stress research from The University of North Texas. In 2014, She emigrated to Ecuador, a tiny country in South America. Living in a new and very different society opened her eyes to the unsustainable social, economic, and political costs preventable stress causes in our modern world.
Dr. Wingo's aim is to clearly explain to the public the biological mechanisms behind the stress response, as well as its enormous costs to society. She also presents practical science-based stress-management solutions that any person in any community can employ.
052: Kay Bransford - She developed a deeper relationship with her aging parents and helped guide their care as well as end-of-life wishes. She now provides classes for caregivers of elder family members to help them on their journey. In this CBJ Episode Kay helps all adult caregivers with an understanding of why going deeper than the routine estate, financial, and insurance plans is a necessity for anyone who wants to manage important operational details of their lives - for the benefit of the entire family. Kay tells us that plan.
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