Exploring the Mother Daughter Relationship
A woman’s relationship with her mother is among the most profound in her life. Jeannie Cochran DuBose, M.S., examines the joys and the struggles that mothers and daughters encounter as they yearn to be close and also need to be separate. Gain insight about the woman you’ve become by reflecting on your history with your mother.
Knowing Your Story
Where are you in your story? How do the themes in your internal world impact your relationships at work and at home? Jeannie Cochran DuBose, M.S., invites audiences to “Windex off their glasses” and take a clean look at their lives. The upshot: there is power and fulfillment in living intentionally, with an awareness of how to leverage your strengths and learn from your weaknesses.
The Prime of Our Lives: Does Getting Older Mean Getting Better?
Do you fear or embrace the aging process? While we live in a culture that values youth and physical beauty, we are also living in an era where women in midlife have more possibilities than ever before. Jeannie Cochran DuBose, M.S., explores the myriad of issues that surface as we enter the second half of life, while offering examples and strategies of how to make this juncture meaningful and fun.