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Be Happy, Damnit: Being a Friend

Episode 53

Karen Salmansohn shares the metaphysical muscle group of the day: being a friend. Michel Nischan a renowned chef speaks about ambiance, netplay and amazing experiences through food. Debbie Galant, author of Rattled and Pam Satran, author of Surburbanistas, speak about great supportative writing groups that make networking relationships. Josh, a personal trainer, speaks about the importance of aspiring towards how you feel when you exercise. Emily Blumenthal speaks about saying things through humor and how cuteness changes interaction. Sally Horchow, coauthor of The Art of Friendship, speaks about connecting with others and her 70 rules of friendship.

Karen Salmansohn
Michel Nischan,Debbie Galant, Pam Satran, Emily Blumenthal, Sally Horchow


Episode 1 Listening
Listening (3/12/2007)
Episode 1
Karen Salmansohn shares ten tips for lasting love-the difference between love and lust and talks with Lisa Daily, author of Stop getting Dumped.
Episode 2 Determination
Determination (3/13/2007)
Episode 2
Karen Salmansohn shares tips on success and how to be determined, then welcomes Jon Friedman of The Rejection Show, Beth Schoenfeldt cofounder of Ladies Who Launch and Mary Carlomagno an organization expert.
Episode 3 Change and Flexibility
Change and Flexibility (3/14/2007)
Episode 3
Karen Salmansohn talks about change and flexibility then Susan Shapiro Barash, a gender expert and author of The First Wife, explains how roles in marriages are changing.
Episode 4 Positive Identity for Success
Positive Identity for Success (3/15/2007)
Episode 4
Karen Salmansohn speaks about getting your identity in order and Dr. Mark Goulston, author of Getting Out of Your Own Way, gives listeners tips on conquering fear, procrastination and anger.

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