James Patterson joins Growing Bolder by phone to share why he says The Black Book is the best book he’s written in decades, and what’s next for this legendary author.
Amy O’Rourke is one of America’s top advocates for caregivers and families, and in this The Art of Caregiving Minute, she explains why you have to be forceful and patient when it comes to advocating for your loved one.
“What would Marc do?” That’s a question that Magazine Publisher Randy Noles asked himself when he looked at his future. Randy had always dreamed of getting his Master’s degree, but work and family obligations kept him busy and he never followed through. Then, when he turned 60, he realized that he’d always have a reason not to pursue his dreams. He needed to start Growing Bolder.
A viral video may have focused on a relay team at a swimming meet, but it wasn’t really about swimming. In fact, it wasn’t really about sports. It was about five qualities necessary to enjoy a high quality of life into our 80s, 90s, and beyond.
With a combined age of more than 360, John Corse, Ed Graves, Betty Lorenzi and Joan Campbell had the chance to smash two things: a swimming world record and expectations for what 80- and 90-year-olds can do.
We’ve interviewed some of the world’s oldest people, including centenarians and super-centenarians, and across the board, they tell us that staying active and engaged in the world, through friendships and romantic relationships, is the key to longevity. The moment you become isolated or lonely is the moment you start the descent into growing older, not Growing Bolder.
Ed Whitlock didn’t just break running world records — he forever rewrote the history books. After taking up running again in his 40s, he went on to set new records in his 70s and 80s. In one of his final interviews, Ed talks to Growing Bolder about his passion for running and why he continued to do it against medical advice.
Rock icon Melissa Etheridge is happy, healthy and harmonious. She explains how she learned to let go of the past and live a life of truth and joy, including moving past the fear of her cancer diagnosis. Plus, a Nobel Prize winner reveals the secrets to health and longevity.
When you or a loved one is sick, chances are the very first thing you do is type in your symptoms online to get some advice. But could this habit make you sicker? A medical school librarian explains how to become a better informed online health sleuth.
Forget the quest to find the perfect Valentine. The person who really deserves candy, flowers and your appreciation is the one who will stand by you and honor your end-of-life wishes!