Agewyz Podcast Archives
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Talking about death can be difficult. But Lois Perelson-Gross believes people are eager to find a way in and begin to feel comfortable talking about the inevitable, so she helped launch Reimagine End of Life, a not-for-profit whose mission is to publicly explore...read more
Toronto-based researcher Dr. Vivian Stamatopoulos was 26 years old and laid off from a job when it fell to her to care for her grandfather, who had prostate cancer and advanced macular degeneration that prevented him from driving. In the midst of applying to PhD...read more
Peter Fox has been called a sugar baby, a gold digger and a kept man more times than he’d care to remember. But his relationship with his partner Gary—who is decades older than Peter—is as real as it gets and the two are a couple in every way. In today’s show Peter...read more
Dana Walrath refers to her work as a border-crossing blend of creative writing, anthropology and art. The daughter of refugees from the Armenian genocide, she has used stories and art to teach medical humanities at the University of Vermont’s College of Medicine...read more
When aging parents need care, the way they’ve lived their lives up to that point often factors into whether their adult children are willing to help them. In today’s episode we hear from a daughter who felt duty-bound to help her parents even though her sister...read more
Cynthia Lim thought she had the perfect life: a loving husband who was also a successful lawyer, her own fulfilling career, two sons thriving in high school and a home in LA loaded with books, music and art. It all fell apart in June of 2003 when her husband, Perry,...read more