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tured on TV shows as well as radio shows across the country including with Gayle King. She has appeared on stage with author and speaker, Dr. Wayne Dyer.

About Genovese and her book, Wayne Dyer said, ”Nothing Short of Joy is a masterpiece that will take you out of your comfort zone and into a magical world of joy. I love this book. I love this woman.”

Renown doctor and author Bernie Siegel added, “Julie Genovese is an inspiration and a teacher for those who want to heal what can’t be cured. So pain, hate and fear lead us to faith, hope and love.”

The CYACYL It’s A Good Life lecture series contin- ues in November on the 13th with writer, expert, speaker, and coach, Terri Trespicio, who will pre- sent, The Five Myths That Are Making You Miser- able and How to Break the Spell.

Acccording to Trespicio, “Everywhere we turn we’re barraged by dreamed-up ideas about what would make us better and happier: That we should lead balanced, stress-free lives; that bad things don’t happen to healthy people; that if we do what we’re told, get married, eat broccoli, eve- rything will be ok. Remaining spellbound by these entrancing cultural beliefs does little to move our lives forward.”

In her presentation, Trespicio will analyze, dissect, and dismantle five of the biggest myths plaguing society today, keeping people from making vital changes in attitude, lifestyle, and belief—and from achieving the life they want.

Trespicio is a contributor to Prevention magazine and former senior editor at Martha Stew- art’s Whole Living magazine. She has covered health/wellness, self-improvement, and relation- ships for nearly a decade. A regular contributor to local and national media, Trespicio hosted a live, daily call-in show on Sirius XM and has appeared on the Today show, Dr. Oz, The Early Show, TBS Movie & A Makeover, and The Martha Stewart Show, among others. She also speaks nationally on healthy living, stress, and relationships.

The Fall series concludes December 11 at 7 pm with relationship expert, author, therapist and


speaker, Micki McWade. Divorce is a traumatic event, experienced emotionally, psychologically and financially. What is not often understood is the amount of time and effort necessary to re- cover emotionally.

Micki McWade, LMSW, the author of Getting Up, Getting Over, Getting On: A Twelve Step Guide to Divorce Recovery, will share knowledge and ex- perience to help people create a better divorce or recover from one in a healthier way.

McWade is also the author of Daily Meditations for Surviving a Breakup; Separation or Divorce; and Healing You, Healing Me: A Divorce Group Leader’s Guide.

McWade is a clinical social worker, an individual and group psychotherapist and has a practice in New York with a particular focus on divorce issues. She develops, facilitates and supervises Twelve Step Divorce Recovery groups and teaches Parent- ing Through Divorce classes, which help parents recognize and avoid the pitfalls of divorce for chil- dren. An experienced divorce coach, McWade works with matrimonial attorneys to help her cli- ents divorce with dignity as part of the interdisci- plinary team model of Collaborative Divorce. She has taught at the State University of New York on the subject of divorce and has been on the faculty of numerous national conferences.

For more information or to register for the CYACYL It’s A Good Life lecture series visit:

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