Annette and Megan are the hosts of Forever 39 — New Jersey 101.5's podcast about life at 40(ish!) in the Garden State. Annette is single, while Megan is married. Both of us have a wide social circle of friends and family, dealing with so many different issues, just like you.
10 ways to make marriage sex hotter — Forever 39 Podcast
There's no doubt that staying hot and heavy in the bedroom can get a lot more complicated for couples the longer they've been married.
Why some schools are banning best friends —Forever 39 Podcast
In an effort to make sure all kids feel included, some schools have gone as far as to ban best friends.
10 steps to being less judgy — Forever 39 Podcast
Has social media made all of us a whole lot more judgemental?
Five moments that signal you’re falling in love — Forever 39 Podcast
Despite the use of technology in today's dating scene, couples look to traditional moments that signal signs of falling in love, according to a recent survey by Match.
6 spring road trips for New Jerseyans — Forever 39 Podcast
If you're looking to take the kids on a road trip this spring, check out these six adventures that are a day's drive away or less from New Jersey.
How to stop playing your friend’s therapist — Forever 39 Podcast
If you're constantly being weighed down with your friend's problems, here's four things you can do to gain some balance in your friendship.
Adulting at age 24 … when adulthood REALLY starts? — Forever 39 Podcast
You're legally an adult at 18, but science says most people don't actually become adults until they turn 24.
‘Kids are under more stress than ever before,’ NJ therapist says — Forever 39 Podcast
A child psychologist said we need to get back to basis to help ease the struggles kids face today.
Why it’s NOT okay to charge guests to attend birthday parties — Forever 39 Podcast
Ever been invited to a party in honor of someone's birthday only to find out you'll have to pay your way?
Home alone: At what age should you leave your kids alone? — Forever 39 Podcast
While there's no one size fits all answer for when it's okay to start leaving your child home alone, Safe Kids Worldwide recommends not doing it before age 12.