When Food Is Family

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Growing Old, Hollywood, Culture and Loss

Our culture continues to glorify youth. Why are we afraid of aging? Though standards of beauty may change from small breasted to large breasted, from shorter to taller, from skinny to athletic, the emphasis on being young does not seem to change with media and cultural shifts. . Read More

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Judy Scheel, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., author of When Food Is Family, is the Founder and Executive Director of Cedar Associates Foundation.


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