• Thoughts and Italian Kisses

    JULY 2015 — Fireworks.  Festivals. Frolicking by the fountains.  This is a great time of year in Boston.  Overlooking the park, the birds are chirping, the flowers are blossoming, and children are coming here for picnics.  And I am spending more time at the Boston Athenaeum writing and the North absorbing the culture.  My Italian Kisses series is ongoing and I am adding more photos.

    That’s Italian:  Enjoy my Italian Kisses series in the Providence Journal.

    More Italian stories:  Dr. Edward Iannuccelli is full of memories. Read him at  Ed Writes.

    Relationships: To the right is a feed from my Psychology Today articles ranging from love hints to current topics for Baby Boomers and elders. These appear in With Love and Gratitude

  • Categories

  • About

    Rita Watson, MPH,  became a columnist after many years at the New York Times and Director of  Policy and Education at Yale’s  psychiatry department.  Her focus was on advocacy and informed consent based on studies at Yale’s  Department of Public Health at the  medical school and the Yale Law School.  She is an Associate Fellow at Yale’s Ezra Stiles College.  (See Bio/Books link)

    A member of the National Press Club, today Rita Watson brings readers new research and advice through “With Love and Gratitude” at PsychologyToday.com.

    Follow Rita Watson on Twitter @ LoveColumnist

    eBooks