Dawn Maslar joins the podcast to discuss the science behind how and why we love.
Dawn Maslar M.S. is an adjunct biology professor and researcher in the science of love. After publishing a book on relationships, based on her own attraction to the wrong men, she began an intensive study into the science of love. Her ground-breaking findings including the four phases of love are destined to become the new standard. Based on this work she partnered with TEDxEd to create videos on the science of love for classroom as well as general use. She also was a featured speaker at TEDxBocaRaton with How Your Brain Falls in Love.
Glen Lord of The Grief Toolbox joins the podcast to discuss dealing with grief and moving past it to find hope and joy again.
After the death of his son, Noah, Glen Lord became a fellow traveler on this grief journey. It was at his first TCF meeting that he found much needed love, support, understanding, and most importantly hope that he could be whole again.
Glen has been involved in the Compassionate Friends on many levels and positions. As a member of TCF, he has been involved in the 2005 Boston Conference, Boston North Shore Newsletter; fund raising and publicity for the Manchester, NH chapter. He has been a member of TCF in NJ, MA and NJ. and is currently a facilitator in his local Nashua/Manchester chapter, serves as the 2013 Fundraising Chair for the Boston National Conference, and serves on the national Board of Directors.
Utilizing his strong background in sales, finance and marketing and operations management, he has extensive experience developing multiple organizations, and has held executive level positions in multiple Fortune 500 companies. He is presently CEO of ARC Marketing Inc as well as The Grief Toolbox, and a Managing Director of Easy Rich Development International.