What Do I Do With My Guy & His Wandering Eye?

Posted on 07/23/2012 by |Sex & Relationships | Comments

RelationshipsQ: What should I do when my husband looks and stares at other women? Should I leave him, confront him or just not say anything? It makes me angry and uncomfortable, not to mention makes me feel like I’m not what he wants anymore. What do I do? – TR Dr. Schwartz: Well, first talk to him, not right when it happens, but when you are both in a good mood, relaxed and ready to have an intimate conversation. Tell …

Men And Sunscreen: Why Aren’t They Using Any?

Posted on 07/5/2012 by |Personal Health and Well-being | Comments

Bulletin Today | Personal HealthAttention men: Before you head outdoors this summer, make sure you are wearing sunscreen. Because evidently, you need some reminding. (Ok, nagging.) A new survey by the Skin Cancer Foundation finds that men don’t seem to understand the risks of getting skin cancer. Nearly 1 in 2 men surveyed said they had not applied sunscreen in the past 12 months, and only 32 percent considered themselves very knowledgeable about how to properly use it, the Dallas News reports. Some misguided …

The Takeaway: What Men and Women Can Learn From One Another About Saving for Retirement

Posted on 03/29/2012 by |Brooklyn, NY | Comments

Bulletin TodayThere are clear differences between men and women when it comes to retirement planning. By integrating the best of both genders’ strategies, you can increase your prospects for a secure retirement.

Widowers Stick Together

Posted on 02/21/2012 by |Caregiving | Comments

CaregivingWhen you’re a man grieving the death of your wife or partner, casseroles just don’t cut it.  They have to deal with their loss and adjust to a different life. In the old days, if you were a guy, you toughed it out by yourself until you “got over” it. Women more typically vent and share their anguish through established venues like support groups. Sure, men can attend too, but often don’t return, finding themselves outnumbered by females and uncomfortable …

The Takeaway: Not Worried About the Heat? You Should Be; Debt Ceiling Updates

Posted on 07/20/2011 by |The Takeaway | Comments

Bulletin TodayThe summer heat wave that continues to blister the nation has claimed 13 lives in the Midwest, including a 65-year-old Kansas man who died while mowing his lawn. His internal body temperature was 107 degrees, police said. Still not worried about the heat? You should be. Also: How to protect yourself during a heat wave. (If might even be too hot to do what the guy on the left is doing.)

Forever Young? Balderdash!

Posted on 06/16/2011 by |My Life, Examined | Comments

Your LifeI live in a city where it’s still O.K. to look dowdy, especially if you’re a man. In fact, you can go places in Washington with a good head of grey hair and the Brooks Brothers sport jacket you wore in high school. Sometimes, if you also have a boyish glint in your eye, you can even get the top job in town (see: Clinton, William Jefferson). So I was thrown off guard a few weeks ago when Tommy, a …