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    ON BOYS Podcast
    Teens and Sleep with Lisa Lewis

    ON BOYS Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 48:18


    Sleep is as important to our teens as our toddlers. But ensuring a teenage boy gets the sleep he needs is even more difficult than convincing a toddler to nap that day after you move him from the crib to a toddler bed. Teen boys are even more strong-willed than toddlers -- and most are bigger and stronger than us too. Add in school schedules that are totally out-of-sync with teens' circadian rhythms and the ever-present pull of screens and social media and it's easy to see why most teens aren't getting nearly enough sleep. And though some teens (and adults) consider "getting by" on little sleep a badge of honor, "There are no benefits to being sleep-deprived. There is nothing you do better when you're sleep-deprived," says Lisa L. Lewis, author of The Sleep-Deprived Teen: Why are Teens are So Tired, and How Parents and Schools Can Help Them Thrive. The biological truth is that teens need more sleep than adults. Adults need 7-9 hours of sleep per night for good health; teens, 8-10 hours. Sleeping in on the weekend can help -- but not as a long-term strategy. Much smarter (& healthier) to consistently prioritize sleep. "Carve out and guard time for sleep," Lisa says. In this episode, Jen, Janet, & Lisa discuss: Shift in circadian rhythm during adolescence How homework contributes to teen sleep loss Sleep & mental health Teen sleep needs Should we let teens sleep in on weekends? Nap during the day? Daylight savings time impact on sleep Working with schools and state to develop healthier school start times Links we mentioned (or should have) in this episode: The Sleep-Deprived Teen: Why Our Teens are So Tired, and How Parents and Schools can Help Them Thrive -- Lisa's book lisallewis.com -- Lisa's website Boys & Body Image -- previous ON BOYS episode featuring Lisa Need help with your boys? Subscribe to Jen's newsletter, Building Boys Bulletin Join Janet Allison's real-time, monthly group coaching program, Decoding Your Boy  Sponsor Spotlight: Q for Quinn Sensory-friendly organic cotton socks for kids (and grown-ups!) Use the ONBOYS coupon code  to SAVE 10% off your order

    3News Now with Stephanie Haney
    What we know about the children and adults killed in the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and more

    3News Now with Stephanie Haney

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 14:39


    Wednesday, May 25, 2022: What we know about the children and adults killed in a Texas elementary school shooting, how Ohio politicians are reacting, what Uvalde native Matthew McConaughey, Warriors coach Steve Kerr, and Browns defensive end Myles Garrett all say about gun control, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney Connect with Stephanie Haney here: http://twitter.com/_stephaniehaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney http://instagram.com/_stephaniehaney Read more here: Families begin identifying 19 kids, 2 adults killed in Texas elementary school shooting https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/texas-elementary-school-shooting-relatives-mourn/507-23aac5a6-02c6-4574-9a49-56373c3eab12 WATCH: Texas officials give update on Uvalde elementary school shooting https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/texas-school-shooting-uvalde-what-we-know/507-1ef528ec-3309-435f-a9dc-7563cf28d688 Ohio politicians react to deadly Texas elementary school shooting https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/ohio/ohio-politicians-react-deadly-texas-elementary-school-shooting/95-b931a52c-a963-466d-b8b4-49a7ea086408 Matthew McConaughey: 'We all know we can do better' after mass shooting in his hometown https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/special-reports/uvalde-school-shooting/matthew-mcconaughey-uvalde-shooting/67-40a004b4-bf4c-4e36-ac71-b6931d21f9fd Sports world reacts to Texas school shooting: 'I'm not going to talk about basketball' https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/warriors-steve-kerr-sports-world-reacts-to-texas-school-shooting/507-dc1b309c-2ca4-4a90-a6c2-1ec91ec74bad Cleveland Browns DE Myles Garrett criticizes gun laws after Texas elementary school mass shooting https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/browns-myles-garrett-gun-control-laws/95-688d511d-8668-4d30-96fd-40119874eacd Lake Catholic announces findings of investigation, punishments after lacrosse player wears Swastika on leg during game at Orange https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/lake-county/lake-catholic-announces-findings-investigation-punishments-after-lacrosse-player-wears-swastika/95-7b3f2a3b-d3b1-4d5c-861b-eb94bbea7226 Watch: Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish, county health leaders hold COVID-19 briefing https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/cuyahoga-county-executive-armond-budish-health-leaders-covid-19-briefing/95-ae33f210-aeaf-4d4f-83ca-4d23d5886806 'Always keep your hope': Cleveland Heights woman names son after oncologist who helped save her life https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/heartwarming/cleveland-heights-woman-names-son-after-oncologist-helped-save-her/95-6b946d3b-5d05-4aa5-adb3-876bf39c2113 Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns teammates, playing Dungeons & Dragons for charity Thursday https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/cleveland-browns-dungeons-and-dragons-charity/95-9beb7cfe-2422-4c6a-808f-3250291c3c40

    NTD News Today
    19 Kids, 2 Adults Killed in Texas Elementary School Shooting; US to Sell 40M Oil Barrels in Reserve

    NTD News Today

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 51:16


    NTD News Today—5/25/2022 1. Death Toll Rises to 21 in Texas Shooting 2. Biden Asks Americans to Stand Up to Gun Lobby 3. Families Reeling After Uvalde Mass Shooting 4. TX Shooting Analysis: Calling for More Enforcement of Gun Safety and Storage Laws 5. Analysis: Calls for 'Common Sense' Gun Laws Are Justified, Though Not Much Has Been Done Following Shootings

    CBS This Morning - News on the Go
    5/25: Gunman kills at least 19 children and 2 adults at Texas elementary school.

    CBS This Morning - News on the Go

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 18:41


    The second worst school shooting in American history -- in the small city of Uvalde, Texas. At least 21 people are dead, 19 of them children, after a gunman invaded their elementary school.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    RTÉ - News at One Podcast
    19 children, 2 adults killed in Texas school shooting

    RTÉ - News at One Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 11:12


    We get the latest from Niki Griswold, state politics reporter with Austin Statesman, and we speak to US Ambassador to Ireland Claire Cronin.

    The Faith Breathed Hope podcast
    The Power of Choice Regaining Life After Rock Bottom

    The Faith Breathed Hope podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 25:04


    In this episode I speak with Keynote Speaker and Productivity Coach Joe Rivera on The Power of Choice: Regaining Life After Rock Bottom. Listen as Joe speaks about his experience from Park Avenue to park bench and back through adiction and choice. Joe encourages listeners to believe that finality only comes by giving up, and shares how we can trust our Heavenly Father for restoration!  Find Joe Rivera @: website , Instagram , LinkedIn Just For Today Other available Resourses: Healthy Nutrition for Adults and Kids Join the Abundantly Rooted Life Community Grab your Artza Subscription Box and bring home a bit of Israel.  use promo code: ARTZAKRISTINARISINGER for 25% off https://linktr.ee/abundantlyrootedlife

    Daybreak Insider Podcast
    May 25, 2022 - Shooting at Texas Middle School Claims Lives of at least 19 Children, 2 Adults

    Daybreak Insider Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 20:11


    Deadly Shooting in Uvalde, Texas. An Iraqi Man in Ohio Planned to Assassinate a Former US President. Primary Voting in Several Key States Across the Country.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Dallas Morning News
    5/25/22: 18 students, 3 adults killed in Uvalde school shooting...and more news

    The Dallas Morning News

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 4:02


    18 students, 3 adults killed in Uvalde school shooting; ISIS operative charged with plotting to assassinate George W. Bush; Photographer arrested during George Floyd protests sues Dallas police

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland
    19 children and 2 adults killed in Texas school shooting

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 6:37


    Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, on the Uvalde school shooting in Texas.

    The Queen's Lair
    Episode 339: Uvalde - 19 Children. 2 Adults.

    The Queen's Lair

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 17:53


    Honey Shopping Savings: www.tinyurl.com/onyxhoney | How can you support our podcast? Here is how! Please visit: https://ko-fi.com/onyxqueenmedia . All donations will go directly to buying equipment and hiring of staff to expand our platform. Thank you so much for your continued support! Any reproduction, duplication, or distribution of The Queen's Lair in any form, is expressly prohibited. You MUST have written permission. The Queen's Lair Podcast may contain affiliate links and will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. Thank You! | Press inquiries: E-mail - info@onyxqueenmedia.com | © 2012-2021 OnyxQueen Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thequeenslair/support

    Women Over 70
    176 Lily Liu: Role Model to 1,000s of Children and Adults during her 40-year Agency Career

    Women Over 70

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 31:56


    Ever since she came to the United States from Kobe, Japan, at 10, Lily Liu has devoted herself to living up to the role models she found in her grandparents, aunt and mother. Her grandmother raised her while her mother, widowed at 32, worked to support her children. Every Sunday was Mother's Day because it was the only day her mother was off from her work. She came to spend quality time with Lily and her brothers and planned adventurous activities. Lily Liu took full advantage of the world her mother shared with her.  Lily was a sought-after model as a teenager. Later, she gave her own three children the same opportunity when each was born during the years she owned her agency. Soon other mothers approached her to find modeling jobs for their children. Lily's Talent Agency grew out of these early years. Lily shares how she became a model and how important it is to her to guide the talent she represents to excel, be professional, and pay it forward.  Live your life to your fullest, but remember to take care of yourself. Don't let others influence you to give up what you love. - Lily LiuAs president and founder of a 501(C)3 non-profit,  “Mentoring Artists Chicago” since 2010, Lily helps young performing artists in the Chicagoland area with monetary as well as financial awards. She is also the founder, owner, and manager of Lidi Real Estate L.L.C. since 2000 and invests in properties to rent, as well as sell, at the most opportune time.CONNECT WITH LILY LIU:Website: https://lilystalent.comEmail: lily@lilystalent.com

    Texas Tribune Brief
    19 children and 2 adults dead in Uvalde elementary school shooting

    Texas Tribune Brief

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 3:00


    Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
    8-9am- Ozzy's Neck Problem & Adults Complain Too Much

    Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 37:58


    Kurt Cobain's iconic guitar from "Smells Like Teen Spirit" video sold for more than $4.5 million at auction, the first trailer of David Bowie doc ‘Moonage Daydream' is out, Ozzy Osbourne needs additional neck surgery, saying that he can't walk properly these days, the trailer for the new Elvis movie is out, some fast facts, Nikki is still torturing the crew with Instagram posts, young adults are tired of their parents complaining about everything, a listener made Vinnie cry, and how to keep your house cool! 

    HERspective Podcast
    Season 3 Episode 6: Yall Need To Love Yall Selves

    HERspective Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 45:06


    Tune in Tuesday HERlisteners to Episode 6!!! This week your hosts catch up on the tea.. Rihanna and ASAP delivered their baby boy

    THE UPSIDE with Callie and Jeff Dauler
    S11 EP68: TODDLER LOGIC TO CALM ADULTS DOWN

    THE UPSIDE with Callie and Jeff Dauler

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 36:34


    - Our sponsors this week: ButcherBox — use this link to receive a free grilling bundle when you sign up Thrive Causemetics — get 15% off your first order Pair Eyewear— get 15% off your first order Little Spoon — use promo code UPSIDE to get 50% off your first order BetterHelp — get 10% off your first month Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Mama Knows
    Adverse Childhood Events and how they impact us as adults w/ Dr. Elfar

    Mama Knows

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 28:58


    You heard a little about ACE scores in Episode 3. In today's episode, Dr. Elfar, explains more on what ACE scores are, how it can impact us as adults, and where to seek help for childhood traumas. Instagram: @josephelfar.mdResources:Get Help: PsychologyTodayTake an ACE test here________________________________________________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!

    Ignition Tucson

    Is all truth relative? If not, what does that mean in terms of God and religion?

    Ignition Tucson

    Who is the Holy Spirit? What does the Holy Spirit do in our lives? Here we take a look at what Scripture tells us about the power and work of the Holy Spirit.

    Baseball Today
    Awesome to see Adley Rutschman soak it all in

    Baseball Today

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 29:07


    Go to https://www.shadyrays.com and use code TODAY for 50% OFF 2+ pairs of premium polarized shades Chris Rose and Peter Moylan talk about Adley Rutschman making is MLB debut, the Josh Donaldson/TIm Anderson situation, if the Padres are the new Giants, Adults stealing baseball's from kids and more!

    Everyday Christian
    Game Plan - A Conversation with Joe Wells - Part 3

    Everyday Christian

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 37:09


    This week, Chase is again joined by the one and only Joe Wells as they discuss Joe's book from Kaio Publications: Game Plan - Develop a Spiritually Winning Strategy for Adults and Teens in Today's Culture. This is part 3 of their discussion. Joe's Links: https://kaiopublications.org/ (Kaio Publications, Inc.) https://www.kaiopublications.org/game-plan-develop-a-spiritually-winning-strategy-for-adults-and-teens-in-todays-culture-digital-download/ (Game Plan: Develop a Spiritually Winning Strategy for Adults and Teens in Today's Culture (Digital Download) - Kaio Publications, Inc.) https://kaiopublications.org/the-hey-joe-show/ (The Hey Joe Show - Kaio Publications, Inc.) -- Visit our website: https://my.captivate.fm/www.scatteredabroad.org (www.scatteredabroad.org )and remember to subscribe to our email list. "Like" and "share" our Facebook page: https://%20www.facebook.com/sapodcastnetwork (https:// www.facebook.com/sapodcastnetwork ) Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/%20the_scattered_abroad_network/ (https://www.instagram.com/ the_scattered_abroad_network/ ) Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWnWEDTTNFe-LBsbOrIBcsA (The Scattered Abroad Network ) Contact us through email at: thescatteredabroadnetwork@gmail.com. If you would like to consider supporting us in anyway, please reach out to us through this email. __ Feel free to email me at tcgreen008@yahoo.com Check out the website of the Marietta church of Christ, where I am privileged to serve as minister: http://www.mariettachurchofchrist.org/ (http://www.mariettachurchofchrist.org).

    Scattered Abroad Network Master Feed
    Game Plan - A Conversation with Joe Wells - Part 3

    Scattered Abroad Network Master Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 37:09


    This week, Chase is again joined by the one and only Joe Wells as they discuss Joe's book from Kaio Publications: Game Plan - Develop a Spiritually Winning Strategy for Adults and Teens in Today's Culture. This is part 3 of their discussion. Joe's Links: https://kaiopublications.org/ (Kaio Publications, Inc.) https://www.kaiopublications.org/game-plan-develop-a-spiritually-winning-strategy-for-adults-and-teens-in-todays-culture-digital-download/ (Game Plan: Develop a Spiritually Winning Strategy for Adults and Teens in Today's Culture (Digital Download) - Kaio Publications, Inc.) https://kaiopublications.org/the-hey-joe-show/ (The Hey Joe Show - Kaio Publications, Inc.) -- Visit our website: https://my.captivate.fm/www.scatteredabroad.org (www.scatteredabroad.org )and remember to subscribe to our email list. "Like" and "share" our Facebook page: https://%20www.facebook.com/sapodcastnetwork (https:// www.facebook.com/sapodcastnetwork ) Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/%20the_scattered_abroad_network/ (https://www.instagram.com/ the_scattered_abroad_network/ ) Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWnWEDTTNFe-LBsbOrIBcsA (The Scattered Abroad Network ) Contact us through email at: thescatteredabroadnetwork@gmail.com. If you would like to consider supporting us in anyway, please reach out to us through this email. __ Feel free to email me at tcgreen008@yahoo.com Check out the website of the Marietta church of Christ, where I am privileged to serve as minister: http://www.mariettachurchofchrist.org/ (http://www.mariettachurchofchrist.org).

    Huberman Lab
    Dr. Wendy Suzuki: Boost Attention & Memory with Science-Based Tools | Episode 73

    Huberman Lab

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 106:38


    My guest is Dr. Wendy Suzuki, Ph.D., Professor of Neural Science and Psychology and (soon) Dean of New York University, whose research focuses on memory, attention, brain plasticity and simple, daily habits that can be leveraged to improve learning, focus, memory and cognitive ability. We discuss the role of cardiovascular exercise, weight training, deliberate cold exposure, meditation, verbal affirmations, sleep, and other behavioral practices for enhancing learning, mood and stress management, and increasing attention span. Dr. Suzuki shares the mechanisms by which these practices change our brain in order to improve cognitive function fast and reduce age-related cognitive decline. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Blinkist: https://www.blinkist.com/huberman Our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Wendy Suzuki, Learning & Memory (00:02:50) AG1 (Athletic Greens), InsideTracker, Blinkist   (00:07:27) How Memories Form  (00:10:14) Hippocampus: Memory, Association & Imagination  (00:16:20) Encoding Long-Term Memory (00:18:48) One-Trial Memory (00:21:56) Tool: Foundational Habits to Enhance Brain Performance  (00:30:39) Exercise & Improved Memory, Making a “Big, Fat, Fluffy Hippocampus”  (00:39:35) Cardiovascular Exercise, BDNF (Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor)  (00:48:48) Neurogenesis (New Neuron Production) in Adults (00:51:50) Effects of Exercise on Memory  (00:56:31) Tool: Timing Daily Exercise, Cortisol  (01:00:02) Age-Related Memory Loss, Daily Exercise  (01:05:33) Tool: Exercise Protocol for Improving Cognition  (01:12:17) Anticipating Exercise, Daily Habits & Behaviors   (01:17:09) “Every Drop of Sweat Counts” – Exercise & Cognitive Function  (01:20:58) Positive Affirmations & Mood  (01:27:28) Meditation & Cognitive Performance  (01:32:27) How Meditation Works, Focusing on the Present (01:37:14) Tool: Strategies to Increase Attention  (01:42:50) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Patreon, Momentous Supplements, Instagram, Twitter, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer

    The TeachPitch Podcast
    Notes to Nono - Ep. 1: Don't be afraid to speak your mind and show others who you are! Adults can learn as much from you as you from them with HRH Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands

    The TeachPitch Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 8:26


    This Podcast journey is now almost 1 year old and never in a million years could I have dreamt that it would grow into what it has become today.  We have tens of thousands of listeners from around the world, incredible guests who have indeed achieved amazing things in their own right and most importantly an enormous wealth of life experience wrapped together as 3 challenges for each episode that each guest has so kindly shared with us. Hundreds of people have rated or reviewed the interviews and we are building up followers on all the Podcast platforms that we are submitting our Episodes to.  So whatever happens next, I first want you to know that I am incredibly grateful to everyone who made this happen. From the team at Landmark Communications to our Producer Natalie to our Project Managers Inva and Genta to our Sponsors but also to my friends for sharing their honest feedback with me so I don't create an echo chamber of incoherent noise and my family (father and mother who have been very supportive)   Most importantly my wife Leila for letting me take this leap and allowing me to go wild and creative bringing this together each and every week.  So thank you to all of you - I won't let you down.  And then there is someone that I haven't mentioned yet. My daughter Norah - also called Nono.  Now I can fight all cliches as much as I like and spend my time lying to you that my daughter isn't the center of my universe currently but that would all be rubbish.  Doing my little bit to bring that little human into this world and then taking on the shared responsibility to raise her is a task that I do not take lightly.  Now one of the things I realized is that my experience, influence and knowledge for her to become a balanced, loving, honest, healthy individual is going to be crucial. And that - at times - frankly scares me a bit.  Another thing I have realized is that I have been born into privilege.  Not only because my crib was in the house of a well to do Western European (Dutch/Belgian) family but also because I am a white, straight man who has absolutely no idea what it is like to be deprived of anything, to be discriminated against or to be excluded from anything - because of my gender, race, sexuality or color of my skin. Without having done anything of value, I tick all the boxes and just for that, I lead a privileged life.  So the story of my daughter might be a very different one to mine.  She is growing up in a different era as a toddler, a young girl and as a woman.  And just for that society might have different expectations from her and could ask for different things. She might be excluded or yelled at or (God forbid) abused because of the fact that she is a woman.  Even though things have evolved a lot in the right direction, we are far from being equal which might make the journey of my daughter a lot more challenging than mine - just because of her gender.   Now I am going to be honest here, there might be a lot of things I do not know. I might be completely blind to the issues she is up against because I have not experienced any of this first hand. And this is where I might fall short in being a good parent. I might let her down because I cannot fully grasp how unreal or unfair such a situation could be.  Now to make a long story short, I am determined to provide little Nono with the best advice available so she can grow up as a strong, independent, resilient, autonomous human being and right now I have an opportunity to gather up on this advice and to collect notes for her when she grows up.  I have been so fortunate to have spoken thus far to so many strong, independent spirits who have achieved tremendous things. Many of them are incredible women and by fishing out crucial advice that they have given me and passing this on into notes I hope that I can harness Nono with some valuable life lessons that she hopefully uses should it come to it.  So without further ado, we present to you Notes to Nono. Hoping you might know or be a Nono as well. A concerned parent, caretaker, teacher, family member, friend or even just an interested listener who is kind enough to pass it on.  Notes to Nono 1  So the first one that I picked are snippets from Her Royal Highness Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands who I spoke to for Episode 19. She was a very kind, hands-on, warm person who had a clear message. Now I had slightly rehearsed something for the end of this interview which was a comment around a Disney Princess - which is Nono's current career choice - and us as parents not approving of this.  I boldly shared this with the Princess and her response was admirable. Please enjoy these very first Royal ‘Notes to Nono' from a very special Power-Princess. 

    Mike and Anthony's Soda Pop Culture Club

    Tom Hanks taught us a lot in 1988. Be careful what you wish for. Adults are pretty stupid. And most importantly, Underoos have some crazy ass elasticity. Join Mike and Anthony as they give their takes on the beloved and sexually disturbing film, Big. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    POEM of the Week Podcast
    Episode 614: MA: Several drugs are effective for weight loss in obese or overweight adults; it's unclear whether they improve health outcomes

    POEM of the Week Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 7:01


    Dr. Ebell and Dr. Wilkes discuss the POEM titled ' MA: Several drugs are effective for weight loss in obese or overweight adults; it's unclear whether they improve health outcomes '

    Hoppy Head Productions
    We Are Adults? Show Episode 227

    Hoppy Head Productions

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 60:36


    Sean returns from vacation and Danny goes to a Renaissance Fair. Plus Turning Red, Spiderman Far from Home and Crimes of Grindelwald. 

    Autism in the Adult
    Shifting Autistic Characteristics Across the Lifespan: The Experience of Women

    Autism in the Adult

    Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 30:50


    Join Dr. Regan for the third episode in this series about how autistic characteristics may shift across the lifespan. This episode focuses on the life seasons of women, including monthly cycles, pregnancy, and menopause. Tune in next time for the final episode in the series which will focus on autism and aging.  You may also enjoy the episode: Autism in Women Published Articles for Additional Reading: “Life is Much More Difficult to Manage During Periods”: Autistic Experiences of Menstruation Prevalence of premenstrual syndrome in autism: a prospective observer-rated study Sensory challenges experienced by autistic women during pregnancy and childbirth: a systematic review Exploratory Study of Childbearing Experiences of Women with Asperger Syndrome ‘When my autism broke': A qualitative study spotlighting autistic voices on menopause   Dr. Regan's Resources New Course for Clinicians - Interventions in Autism: Helping Clients Stay Centered, Connect with Others, and Engage in Life New Course for Clinicians: ASD Differential Diagnoses and Associated Characteristics Book: Understanding Autism in Adults and Aging Adults, 2nd ed Audiobook Book: Understanding Autistic Behaviors Autism in the Adult website homepage Website Resources for Clinicians Read the episode content: 1 00:00:04,740 --> 00:00:06,280 Hi and welcome back. 2 00:00:06,290 --> 00:00:08,130 This is Dr Theresa Regan, 3 00:00:08,140 --> 00:00:10,070 a neuropsychologist, 4 00:00:10,080 --> 00:00:13,210 mother of a teen on the spectrum author, 5 00:00:13,210 --> 00:00:17,250 speaker and your podcast host for autism in the adult. 6 00:00:17,740 --> 00:00:27,800 You are joining us for the 3rd episode in a four part series on variations in the characteristics of autism across the lifespan. 7 00:00:29,140 --> 00:00:46,260 Our first episode focused on just foundational knowledge about neurology and why we can expect neurologic characteristics to feel and be expressed with some variation across time and also across context. 8 00:00:47,640 --> 00:00:56,760 The second episode focused on adolescents as a season of the lifespan during which some of these variations can become really noticeable. 9 00:00:57,440 --> 00:00:59,470 There's chemical changes going on, 10 00:00:59,470 --> 00:01:00,730 physical development. 11 00:01:00,740 --> 00:01:09,260 A lot of increase in independence is requested of the person and also just the demands of social interaction, 12 00:01:09,270 --> 00:01:11,010 academic demands, 13 00:01:11,020 --> 00:01:15,560 all these things converging to sometimes make that perfect storm. 14 00:01:17,140 --> 00:01:32,790 This third episode is going to focus on women because there are really some pretty market hormone shifts that females experience across their lifespan and these can be accompanied by shifts in the experience of autism. 15 00:01:32,800 --> 00:01:37,000 So we want to focus specifically on that topic today. 16 00:01:37,000 --> 00:01:38,450 For the episode, 17 00:01:40,740 --> 00:01:49,760 we're going to review issues related to a woman's monthly cycle to pregnancy and post pregnancy issues and also to menopause. 18 00:01:50,940 --> 00:02:04,160 I'm going to include links to some articles in the show notes for those who want to read more and I'll let you know that many of the articles really focus on solely identifying that this area needs more study. 19 00:02:04,170 --> 00:02:08,570 So you may start to read thinking that it's going to tell you something. 20 00:02:08,570 --> 00:02:10,420 We don't know when really, 21 00:02:10,420 --> 00:02:11,260 it's just saying, 22 00:02:11,260 --> 00:02:11,580 gosh, 23 00:02:11,580 --> 00:02:13,110 there's not much out there. 24 00:02:13,120 --> 00:02:27,920 We really should be looking at this more in particular and then other studies focus on gathering comments and taking surveys of women on the spectrum and really listening to the experiences of autistic women, 25 00:02:27,930 --> 00:02:30,830 which I think is really informative and helpful. 26 00:02:30,830 --> 00:02:37,310 So we are going to kind of focus on that side of things for the majority of this episode. 27 00:02:39,540 --> 00:02:42,960 So we focused on adolescents in the second episode. 28 00:02:43,340 --> 00:02:52,270 But here we're going to focus specifically on the seasons and a female's lifespan beyond adolescence. 29 00:02:52,270 --> 00:02:57,050 So we are going to start with the topic of monthly cycles in particular. 30 00:02:57,740 --> 00:02:59,850 So these begin during adolescence, 31 00:02:59,850 --> 00:03:06,690 but they continue across much of the female's lifespan and they can impact individuals differently. 32 00:03:06,700 --> 00:03:07,280 So, 33 00:03:07,280 --> 00:03:09,560 across all human females, 34 00:03:09,560 --> 00:03:18,830 there is a lot of variation on how that cycle impacts them how much um consistency they experience in that area, 35 00:03:18,840 --> 00:03:22,500 what kinds of changes in their physical state, 36 00:03:22,500 --> 00:03:24,950 their emotional state they might experience. 37 00:03:25,830 --> 00:03:28,860 And this is really true for the autistic female as well. 38 00:03:29,540 --> 00:03:45,260 One overall theme in the comments of women who are on the spectrum is that many of the issues that can be a challenge for them on a day to day basis can really feel like more of a challenge just before and also during their cycle. 39 00:03:45,940 --> 00:03:50,240 Many of the characteristics specifically mentioned by women on the spectrum. 40 00:03:50,240 --> 00:03:56,260 Focus around sensory sensitivities emotional regulation. 41 00:03:56,570 --> 00:04:02,550 So that ability to feel calm and centered social communication. 42 00:04:02,940 --> 00:04:05,760 So figuring out what am I feeling, 43 00:04:06,240 --> 00:04:08,230 Finding words to express, 44 00:04:08,230 --> 00:04:17,450 that communicating with others in a social exchange and also feeling flexible in everyday situations. 45 00:04:17,460 --> 00:04:18,430 So, 46 00:04:18,440 --> 00:04:33,460 um I really prefer routine and now this unexpected barrier has happened and I also happened to be in that time of my cycle where dealing with these unexpected things feel so much harder. 47 00:04:34,640 --> 00:04:45,460 One woman said it can become much more overwhelming and harder to maintain control of the things that already take a lot of effort for us to keep on top of during our period. 48 00:04:46,740 --> 00:04:52,460 One woman said I have more meltdowns and worse meltdowns just before my period. 49 00:04:52,840 --> 00:05:02,970 And she also noted that understanding that this is what happens in her life makes those episodes in those periods of time more manageable. 50 00:05:02,970 --> 00:05:04,130 So they don't feel, 51 00:05:04,140 --> 00:05:09,650 she doesn't feel quite so thrown off now that she understands what to expect, 52 00:05:10,040 --> 00:05:11,660 although it is challenging. 53 00:05:12,940 --> 00:05:20,260 Some women on the spectrum reported that self injury behavior was more common before periods as well. 54 00:05:20,640 --> 00:05:28,970 Uh for some women's self injury includes um cutting or biting themselves, 55 00:05:28,980 --> 00:05:30,740 hitting their head on something, 56 00:05:30,740 --> 00:05:31,860 hitting their body. 57 00:05:32,440 --> 00:05:36,360 And there was a 2008 study which, 58 00:05:36,370 --> 00:05:36,870 you know, 59 00:05:36,870 --> 00:05:43,150 that's been a while ago and it used some diagnostic criteria that are out of date. 60 00:05:43,540 --> 00:05:47,700 And there weren't a lot of follow up studies in this regard, 61 00:05:47,700 --> 00:05:49,650 but I will link it in the show notes, 62 00:05:49,910 --> 00:06:08,350 but they found that if they looked at women who experienced Um greater than or equal to 30 difficulty with emotions and other things just prior to their periods and during their periods, 63 00:06:08,740 --> 00:06:24,950 that the prevalence of this significant shift And their ability to stay centered was 92% in the autism group and 11% in the control group, 64 00:06:25,340 --> 00:06:28,110 meaning that in their study again, 65 00:06:28,110 --> 00:06:31,090 this has not been replicated that I can see, 66 00:06:31,090 --> 00:06:38,090 but it does really um hold true as far as what we typically see in women, 67 00:06:38,090 --> 00:06:44,260 that this significantly more difficult experience of emotions. 68 00:06:44,540 --> 00:06:52,700 Um that's really much higher in the autism female group than in the neuro typical group who are experiencing monthly shifts. 69 00:06:55,240 --> 00:07:05,650 The hormone shift themselves can really heighten sensory experiences and they can make emotions more intense or even just come out easier. 70 00:07:05,650 --> 00:07:10,580 Like um I might be able to think or feel something inside typically, 71 00:07:10,580 --> 00:07:13,230 but now during this period of my cycle, 72 00:07:13,230 --> 00:07:32,860 it just really easily comes out and I feel like I don't have as much control over that gate of what I let out and what I keep in another layer seems to be that monthly cycles really increase the amount of sensory experiences and also often involve pain or discomfort. 73 00:07:33,340 --> 00:07:40,200 So the women on the spectrum is processing quite a bit more experience and discomfort than typical. 74 00:07:40,210 --> 00:07:47,630 So it's not only that hormones make the common things more disruptive, 75 00:07:47,640 --> 00:07:52,450 but also you're experiencing even more sensation than typical. 76 00:07:53,140 --> 00:07:59,120 This can increase the difficulty that women have during their periods with focusing, 77 00:07:59,130 --> 00:08:00,640 communicating, 78 00:08:00,650 --> 00:08:03,360 staying centered in their experiences. 79 00:08:03,740 --> 00:08:06,860 And one female on the spectrum said, 80 00:08:06,860 --> 00:08:07,330 you know, 81 00:08:07,340 --> 00:08:12,330 there's so much more coming at me and life is intense enough as it is, 82 00:08:12,330 --> 00:08:20,360 but every month I go through this time of even more intensity and that's really challenging for me to sort through. 83 00:08:21,540 --> 00:08:35,090 In addition to descriptions of the shifts and experience a subgroup of autistic females also expressed that they really wish they had more preparation for what the experience would be like. 84 00:08:35,100 --> 00:08:39,630 So for many on the spectrum who love routine or repetition, 85 00:08:39,630 --> 00:08:41,200 preparation detail, 86 00:08:41,200 --> 00:08:43,260 knowing what's going to happen ahead of time, 87 00:08:44,140 --> 00:08:44,580 you know, 88 00:08:44,580 --> 00:08:52,260 having as much information as possible related to monthly cycles would have felt more grounding to them. 89 00:08:52,640 --> 00:08:52,850 Mhm. 90 00:08:54,040 --> 00:09:00,170 The information they wanted more of included practical things like where do I get these supplies? 91 00:09:00,170 --> 00:09:03,280 What kinds of things do I need to buy also? 92 00:09:03,280 --> 00:09:06,150 How long is this expected to last every month? 93 00:09:06,640 --> 00:09:12,460 How to communicate their needs if they're at school and they need to leave to go to the restroom, 94 00:09:12,940 --> 00:09:13,360 you know, 95 00:09:13,360 --> 00:09:19,750 having some preparation as to what kinds of things they could do in different situations. 96 00:09:20,340 --> 00:09:20,550 Mhm. 97 00:09:21,240 --> 00:09:30,000 They also said that they wished they had understood that women experience variation um across time and also between women, 98 00:09:30,010 --> 00:09:37,150 you know that their best friend may have quite a different experience than they do and that's common. 99 00:09:38,040 --> 00:09:48,520 Um So their experience is likely to be somewhat different than their peers experience and that doesn't mean that something is wrong or that they need to feel anxious about that. 100 00:09:48,530 --> 00:10:03,050 The important thing is for them to notice what is typical for them and to communicate with family or doctors if they're typical experience shifts or it's disrupted steps in some way or changes. 101 00:10:04,440 --> 00:10:09,440 They also voiced that they wish they had understood that pain and discomfort was really normal. 102 00:10:09,450 --> 00:10:14,780 Sometimes they felt like it meant something that was really dangerous to them. 103 00:10:14,790 --> 00:10:19,200 Like maybe this was not supposed to be true, 104 00:10:19,200 --> 00:10:21,260 Maybe it meant that something was wrong, 105 00:10:21,260 --> 00:10:22,260 that they were dying, 106 00:10:22,260 --> 00:10:28,980 that they had a medical problem and also that emotional intensity and shifts were very common. 107 00:10:28,990 --> 00:10:32,490 So sometimes they had the basic physical information, 108 00:10:32,500 --> 00:10:40,260 but they really didn't understand that they can expect emotions to feel different during this period of time. 109 00:10:42,240 --> 00:10:55,560 Some individuals on the spectrum really struggle with health anxiety anyway and may quickly feel nervous if they think that they might be sick or if they don't know what to expect in their physical experience. 110 00:10:56,440 --> 00:11:02,360 Other women said it was quite a struggle because there was variation for a month to month. 111 00:11:02,360 --> 00:11:06,440 And so they didn't really know exactly what day they're cycle would start, 112 00:11:06,450 --> 00:11:07,860 how it would feel, 113 00:11:07,860 --> 00:11:09,190 how long it would last. 114 00:11:09,200 --> 00:11:13,360 And even though they had a sense of their typical rhythm, 115 00:11:13,740 --> 00:11:14,750 there's always, 116 00:11:14,760 --> 00:11:15,070 you know, 117 00:11:15,070 --> 00:11:18,620 some variation is this going to start today or tomorrow, 118 00:11:18,630 --> 00:11:20,690 How heavy is it going to be? 119 00:11:20,700 --> 00:11:28,230 Uh and so that may not feel like a big variation to neuro typical females, 120 00:11:28,230 --> 00:11:34,640 but for the autistic female that relies on repetition and detail and knowing what's going to happen. 121 00:11:34,650 --> 00:11:35,280 You know, 122 00:11:35,280 --> 00:11:43,960 sometimes that anxiety about when is this going to happen and what's it going to be like can be kind of a real struggle. 123 00:11:45,640 --> 00:11:50,460 The next season we'll touch on is the season of pregnancy and post pregnancy. 124 00:11:50,840 --> 00:11:52,900 And this could include breastfeeding. 125 00:11:53,540 --> 00:11:55,960 For women who experience this season, 126 00:11:55,970 --> 00:12:08,260 there are many significant hormone changes of course and a lot of physical changes and some women really struggle with feeling like this isn't my body anymore. 127 00:12:08,540 --> 00:12:11,550 And I have all this increased discomfort, 128 00:12:11,560 --> 00:12:13,110 I have sleep problems, 129 00:12:13,110 --> 00:12:13,980 fatigue, 130 00:12:13,980 --> 00:12:15,350 I'm nauseated, 131 00:12:15,350 --> 00:12:17,560 my appetite is different. 132 00:12:17,560 --> 00:12:21,950 I don't fit in my favorite comfortable clothes anymore. 133 00:12:22,340 --> 00:12:27,860 And so having so much different about their own physical experience. 134 00:12:28,240 --> 00:12:32,460 In addition to all the shifting hormones can really be impactful. 135 00:12:33,940 --> 00:12:38,350 Many neuro typical women experience sensory symptoms when they're pregnant. 136 00:12:38,740 --> 00:12:43,260 So a lot of times that involves increased smell sensitivity, 137 00:12:43,270 --> 00:12:52,450 like I cannot stand the smell of food or cologne or the pets have such a strong scent to them now. 138 00:12:53,240 --> 00:13:03,060 And sometimes that's most noticeable in the early months of pregnancy and then just kind of peters out for the neuro typical female, 139 00:13:03,440 --> 00:13:07,420 but for the autistic female who has sensory characteristics. 140 00:13:07,430 --> 00:13:07,960 Anyway, 141 00:13:07,960 --> 00:13:21,200 this can really be a time of heightened difficulty with a variety of census rather than just smell Some women report needing more deep pressure during pregnancy. 142 00:13:21,210 --> 00:13:21,850 Um, 143 00:13:21,850 --> 00:13:31,730 we've talked about deep pressure and other episodes that this is something that can be calming and grounding and centering for the person on the spectrum. 144 00:13:31,730 --> 00:13:40,430 And that is why some will use weighted blankets and other methods to get really some deep pressure that's calming. 145 00:13:40,450 --> 00:13:44,280 And so the women who report this feel like during their pregnancy, 146 00:13:44,280 --> 00:13:48,850 they noticed they needed more in order to feel calm and centered. 147 00:13:51,440 --> 00:13:54,820 Some talked about using things like massage. 148 00:13:54,830 --> 00:14:00,000 Other women talked about wrapping things around like their fingers, 149 00:14:00,000 --> 00:14:00,820 for example, 150 00:14:00,820 --> 00:14:02,180 or their hands. 151 00:14:02,230 --> 00:14:05,010 Some would have their pets lay on top of them. 152 00:14:05,020 --> 00:14:19,290 So whatever way they could get some extra pressure really helped them feel more grounded and calm nausea and sensitivity to food textures and sent maybe heightened. 153 00:14:19,300 --> 00:14:26,280 And many of the individuals on the spectrum already have some repetition and how they eat. 154 00:14:26,290 --> 00:14:30,690 So they may go on what I call food jags where, 155 00:14:30,700 --> 00:14:31,380 oh, 156 00:14:31,380 --> 00:14:37,550 I'm so into yogurt and salami and they'll eat that for a couple of months and then switch. 157 00:14:37,840 --> 00:14:39,740 And that's without pregnancy. 158 00:14:39,740 --> 00:14:43,610 And so when you add the pregnancy and there can be cravings, 159 00:14:43,620 --> 00:14:48,160 there can be nausea texture sensitivities that are even more significant. 160 00:14:48,640 --> 00:14:55,530 Sometimes you'll get this reliance on a few foods for nutrition and that's not necessarily a problem, 161 00:14:55,530 --> 00:15:03,060 but it may be something that they want to monitor and make sure they're getting enough nutrition during their pregnancy, 162 00:15:03,940 --> 00:15:06,960 emotions can be extra challenging to manage. 163 00:15:07,340 --> 00:15:10,550 Similar to what we discussed about monthly cycles. 164 00:15:11,150 --> 00:15:16,350 The impact of hormone changes on emotions during pregnancy may be really noticeable. 165 00:15:16,740 --> 00:15:23,060 And many individuals on the spectrum also experience sleep disturbance at the best of times. 166 00:15:23,540 --> 00:15:29,360 And the extra physical changes during pregnancy can increase problems resting and sleeping. 167 00:15:30,240 --> 00:15:35,890 So this decreased sleep may reduce resilience even more for things like staying centered, 168 00:15:35,900 --> 00:15:36,960 staying calm, 169 00:15:36,960 --> 00:15:38,080 paying attention, 170 00:15:38,090 --> 00:15:43,150 handling unexpected changes and socially communicating. 171 00:15:43,480 --> 00:15:45,010 This is what I'm experiencing. 172 00:15:45,010 --> 00:15:46,250 This is what I need, 173 00:15:46,640 --> 00:15:51,510 what do you need And also similar to monthly cycles, 174 00:15:51,510 --> 00:16:00,000 having to process so much more sensation for such a long period of time can also be noticeable to the autistic woman. 175 00:16:00,440 --> 00:16:11,380 So once the baby is born there are hormonal shifts again and this can be impacted by whether or not the mother chooses to breastfeed or use formula. 176 00:16:11,560 --> 00:16:35,860 And so awareness of how hormone shifts can impact this experience and the expression of autistic characteristics that can help the mother and her partner and her friends and her family at least have this context for what she is experiencing and then they can think um kind of intentionally about what she needs and how to be supportive. 177 00:16:36,240 --> 00:16:37,980 So they can think about Heywood, 178 00:16:37,980 --> 00:16:39,150 deep pressure help. 179 00:16:39,740 --> 00:16:54,210 Um and thinking in that way may really help this season go more smoothly so that she feels more resilient as we talked about in the previous episodes, 180 00:16:54,210 --> 00:17:03,670 Physical changes are often occurring at the same time of life that a lot of just life complexities land on our doorstep. 181 00:17:03,680 --> 00:17:05,590 And when we talk about pregnancy, 182 00:17:05,600 --> 00:17:09,360 we're of course talking about all the life changes that go with it, 183 00:17:09,640 --> 00:17:12,300 so changes in the physical environment, 184 00:17:12,300 --> 00:17:13,010 for example, 185 00:17:13,010 --> 00:17:13,890 of the house, 186 00:17:14,240 --> 00:17:16,610 there's extra furniture in your space, 187 00:17:16,610 --> 00:17:18,630 people are moving things around, 188 00:17:18,830 --> 00:17:23,060 you might have to get rid of things that actually you feel kind of attached to. 189 00:17:23,540 --> 00:17:28,910 Uh and sometimes we just have to get used to having more clutter around and this, 190 00:17:29,340 --> 00:17:29,560 you know, 191 00:17:29,560 --> 00:17:35,270 maybe stressful for the person that likes their physical environment to be a certain way. 192 00:17:36,940 --> 00:17:43,140 Some autistics really depend on their physical environment to help them feel grounded and calm. 193 00:17:43,150 --> 00:17:46,670 Um there's a subset of people on the spectrum, 194 00:17:46,670 --> 00:17:47,410 for example, 195 00:17:47,410 --> 00:17:51,270 that really love a visually simple space. 196 00:17:51,730 --> 00:17:57,670 Other people really love to have objects in certain places or facing a certain way. 197 00:17:58,040 --> 00:18:05,450 So having a shift in the environment can impact this sense of grounded Nous. 198 00:18:08,440 --> 00:18:27,790 Women may report feeling like they have less control over the environment and therefore they may need to rely more on other strategies to find that peaceful place in their own spirit preparing for baby often involves more social contact. 199 00:18:27,800 --> 00:18:35,890 And so people may come up to her and want to touch her or talk to her about their own birth experiences. 200 00:18:35,900 --> 00:18:39,010 They might ask questions about her pregnancy. 201 00:18:39,020 --> 00:18:54,380 So there can be less personal space in a social context and this can feel demanding and draining to the autistic woman who's already really managing a lot of physical and environmental changes. 202 00:18:55,040 --> 00:19:00,460 So this woman may want to decide ahead of time how much social context she wants, 203 00:19:01,040 --> 00:19:03,070 Does she want a baby shower? 204 00:19:03,080 --> 00:19:07,670 Does she want family to visit and stay over when the baby's born? 205 00:19:09,040 --> 00:19:29,000 She may want to practice comments that she can make when strangers want to ask her about the pregnancy in order to just kind of create a safe space for herself without feeling like people are kind of coming into her space more often than she can really handle and and balance. 206 00:19:31,840 --> 00:19:42,240 Some women on the spectrum realize that they have really high standards for themselves and they don't want to take risks or fail or make mistakes. 207 00:19:42,460 --> 00:19:47,440 Inattention to detail may be very important to them and getting this right. 208 00:19:47,450 --> 00:19:48,730 And in that sense, 209 00:19:48,730 --> 00:20:01,770 pregnancy and childbirth and parenting may feel really daunting because it's really difficult to get through that process without realizing that you don't have as much control as you wish you did. 210 00:20:01,780 --> 00:20:05,390 And it feels like a big risk in some ways, 211 00:20:05,400 --> 00:20:08,030 like I can influence the situation, 212 00:20:08,030 --> 00:20:11,170 but I don't have all the answers and nobody else does either. 213 00:20:11,440 --> 00:20:14,400 And that can kind of increase anxiety. 214 00:20:14,840 --> 00:20:21,100 And so having this self awareness if this is your um kind of rhythm, 215 00:20:21,100 --> 00:20:28,860 your internal rhythm that you try to stay on top of so many details and facts so you can get everything right. 216 00:20:29,440 --> 00:20:41,760 Um you may need to process how can you manage that during this really complex life change of pregnancy and becoming apparent. 217 00:20:43,240 --> 00:20:48,970 Some described feeling guilty when there were problems during their pregnancy. 218 00:20:48,980 --> 00:20:57,960 So if they went to the doctor in their blood pressure was high or their sugars were high or there was something that the doctor wanted to monitor more. 219 00:20:58,840 --> 00:21:03,720 They kind of felt like they had failed their doctor's appointment and you know, 220 00:21:03,730 --> 00:21:19,270 having this awareness of what the struggle is about and how to process that can really help um adjust to not having all the answers and not being able to get everything right and avoid risk. 221 00:21:19,740 --> 00:21:31,310 Many women describe to that pregnancy birth plans and breastfeeding and also parenting issues became their special interest and this isn't necessarily a bad thing at all. 222 00:21:31,310 --> 00:21:33,060 They become very informed, 223 00:21:33,440 --> 00:21:41,260 they have strong opinions and things they would like to choose in their parenting um in a really intentional way, 224 00:21:41,270 --> 00:21:58,050 but some also say they wish they had been more aware that this is what was happening so that when they hit obstacles or rough spots and they felt out of control um they could also focus on balance. 225 00:21:58,440 --> 00:22:01,320 Like I have some other interests. 226 00:22:01,330 --> 00:22:05,280 I have um ways of restoring myself, 227 00:22:05,280 --> 00:22:10,780 I have ways of grounding myself and this is a special interest that's okay, 228 00:22:10,780 --> 00:22:17,580 but I also want to seek balance and um and what I'm doing so that when these difficult, 229 00:22:17,580 --> 00:22:19,050 unexpected things happen, 230 00:22:19,050 --> 00:22:21,360 I can still hold the course and be okay. 231 00:22:23,740 --> 00:22:28,260 Also the increased chaos in the home after baby is born, 232 00:22:28,270 --> 00:22:30,190 that really needs no explanation. 233 00:22:30,190 --> 00:22:33,670 There are so many more demands on the parent. 234 00:22:33,680 --> 00:22:35,790 They have less rest time, 235 00:22:35,810 --> 00:22:38,240 there's a lot more sensory input. 236 00:22:38,250 --> 00:22:46,090 So really close attention to having strategies ahead of time and as you go along, 237 00:22:46,090 --> 00:22:51,170 adjusting strategies so that you know what you need, 238 00:22:51,930 --> 00:23:11,820 whether that's pressure or quiet time or um rest breaks and all of these things to really do this marathon of mothering rather than trying to sprint through doing everything perfectly all the time again, 239 00:23:11,820 --> 00:23:38,770 this is really a common experience for any woman who's gone through that season and it just maybe more so for the autistic female that they really want to figure out how to add balance and restorative kinds of activities in their life as we move on to menopause. 240 00:23:39,140 --> 00:23:40,020 Um, 241 00:23:40,280 --> 00:23:41,210 this again, 242 00:23:41,220 --> 00:23:50,020 is a season of a lot of hormonal shifting and some women report that they really did well, 243 00:23:50,020 --> 00:23:52,880 understanding their autistic characteristics, 244 00:23:52,890 --> 00:23:58,360 using their strengths to get ahead at work to get promoted to accomplish life goals. 245 00:23:58,840 --> 00:24:05,270 And they found compatible partners and they really got into this nice groove with um, 246 00:24:05,270 --> 00:24:15,660 a life that fit them and it fit their nervous system and all of a sudden menopause happens and there just was a lot of shift that they didn't expect. 247 00:24:16,040 --> 00:24:22,020 Um one woman described that she felt that her autism broke during menopause, 248 00:24:22,020 --> 00:24:23,790 that it kind of broke through, 249 00:24:23,800 --> 00:24:29,860 whereas she didn't really have to think about it a lot during other Seasons of Life, 250 00:24:31,040 --> 00:24:34,420 A quote from a woman in menopause said during menopause, 251 00:24:34,420 --> 00:24:42,070 I was on three meltdowns a week at times and my meltdowns were of the nature that people would call a basket case, 252 00:24:42,640 --> 00:24:46,660 I'd strip down to my underwear sometimes during a meltdown at work, 253 00:24:47,440 --> 00:24:50,750 so that feeling that my body, 254 00:24:50,750 --> 00:24:51,820 my nervous system, 255 00:24:51,820 --> 00:24:57,730 my my whole system is so overwhelmed that I need to just strip down. 256 00:24:57,730 --> 00:25:00,780 So I'm not getting so much sensory input, 257 00:25:00,780 --> 00:25:10,050 I'm not getting input that feels like it just takes me over the edge of feeling upset. 258 00:25:10,060 --> 00:25:17,770 Um and so I love these quotes because I feel like it really helps us here, 259 00:25:17,770 --> 00:25:19,370 the humanity of that, 260 00:25:19,380 --> 00:25:33,450 and we can probably all relate in certain areas or certain times of our life where we have felt um just overwhelmed by change or by things that hit us harder than we thought. 261 00:25:33,940 --> 00:25:35,360 Um So here again, 262 00:25:35,360 --> 00:25:40,020 we're talking about similarities with the report of many women during menopause, 263 00:25:40,020 --> 00:25:50,670 but it's really crossed with these common autistic characteristics that I feel more anxiety that I feel more sensory difficulty that I have more meltdowns. 264 00:25:50,940 --> 00:25:55,290 An autistic woman may feel that her attention to detail in getting things right, 265 00:25:55,290 --> 00:25:58,050 worked for her and so many aspects of life, 266 00:25:58,440 --> 00:25:59,820 but that during menopause, 267 00:25:59,820 --> 00:26:04,400 her hormone shifts have really led to this increased anxiety. 268 00:26:04,410 --> 00:26:08,060 This feeling of being overwhelmed by the demands of the environment. 269 00:26:09,440 --> 00:26:16,500 And she may feel like she's now getting stuck on detail rather than using that as a real gift. 270 00:26:16,500 --> 00:26:19,280 That helps her move forward with projects. 271 00:26:19,280 --> 00:26:25,850 So getting stuck to the point that it really makes it hard to move on with things to make decisions to feel calm. 272 00:26:26,640 --> 00:26:30,700 Women also report that changes in their physical form again, 273 00:26:30,700 --> 00:26:43,070 that our body really changes without our permission and there are weight changes and wrinkles and sometimes the ways that we use to exercise or have fun and do our leisure time. 274 00:26:43,070 --> 00:26:46,900 Sometimes we just can't physically engage in the same things. 275 00:26:47,340 --> 00:26:54,650 Sleep disturbance is common in menopause and of course for the autistic who already had sleep disturbance. 276 00:26:54,650 --> 00:26:56,760 That can be really challenging. 277 00:26:57,220 --> 00:27:10,350 And the emotional symptoms can all impact how this season feels the physical and hormonal changes impact many aspects of the autistic experience itself. 278 00:27:10,740 --> 00:27:14,380 And similar to other portions of our episodes, 279 00:27:14,380 --> 00:27:18,720 we need to look also at the life season changes as well. 280 00:27:18,720 --> 00:27:20,780 So life complexity, 281 00:27:20,790 --> 00:27:22,670 environmental changes. 282 00:27:23,510 --> 00:27:26,490 Some women are facing the need to downsize, 283 00:27:26,490 --> 00:27:27,560 for example, 284 00:27:27,590 --> 00:27:29,140 during menopause, 285 00:27:29,140 --> 00:27:31,060 maybe they're empty nesters, 286 00:27:31,440 --> 00:27:34,670 maybe they've gone through the loss of a partner, 287 00:27:34,670 --> 00:27:47,300 a divorce or the death of a spouse and they may be thinking about getting rid of their um possessions enough that they're downsizing into a new space. 288 00:27:47,310 --> 00:27:49,500 How will this new space feel? 289 00:27:49,500 --> 00:27:50,960 That can be really hard. 290 00:27:51,640 --> 00:28:00,380 Some women on the spectrum are going to be very attached to things in the environment in a way that feels stronger than a neuro typical may feel. 291 00:28:00,410 --> 00:28:05,260 And doing all this in the midst of physical changes can be really difficult. 292 00:28:06,640 --> 00:28:15,460 They may also be caring for ill or aging parents or have experienced loss in other aspects of their life. 293 00:28:16,340 --> 00:28:17,420 So as we said, 294 00:28:17,420 --> 00:28:31,160 these physical changes that occur in menopause also coincide with shifts and life experience and all of these things together can lead to some pretty big changes and how autism is experienced and expressed, 295 00:28:31,740 --> 00:28:38,040 A woman may feel like she needs to figure out how her system works again from the beginning. 296 00:28:38,050 --> 00:28:40,780 Like I used to have this figured out, 297 00:28:40,790 --> 00:28:43,800 I had come to understand myself and what I need, 298 00:28:43,800 --> 00:28:48,450 but now things have changed and I really have to figure this out again. 299 00:28:50,940 --> 00:28:51,550 Finally, 300 00:28:51,550 --> 00:28:55,850 it is important to recall that these are generalizations. 301 00:28:55,850 --> 00:28:59,810 So I I really want to emphasize that, 302 00:28:59,810 --> 00:29:07,400 I'm not saying that everything falls apart in certain seasons of hormonal shift, 303 00:29:07,410 --> 00:29:09,930 there's so much generalization, 304 00:29:09,940 --> 00:29:22,370 but I think that when the autistic woman goes through a season of life and the things that she thought she understood about herself really seemed to shift, 305 00:29:22,380 --> 00:29:29,520 I think it is helpful to know the context for that that has a context within the nervous system, 306 00:29:29,530 --> 00:29:31,730 within the autistic experience, 307 00:29:31,730 --> 00:29:36,960 within all these life changes and that in itself can be really helpful. 308 00:29:37,540 --> 00:29:38,290 And also, 309 00:29:38,290 --> 00:29:43,070 I think it allows us to be intentional about what do I need now? 310 00:29:43,080 --> 00:29:44,730 I didn't used to need this, 311 00:29:44,730 --> 00:29:45,870 but I need this now. 312 00:29:45,870 --> 00:29:48,500 And so I'm prepared to shift. 313 00:29:48,510 --> 00:29:58,170 I understand that it's not that I figure myself out for a lifetime and I need the same things all the time. 314 00:29:58,540 --> 00:30:04,480 It's that I figure things out for a season and I am prepared to shift when that changes. 315 00:30:05,440 --> 00:30:14,170 I hope this gives a nice overview of some of the physical and life season changes that impact autistic women. 316 00:30:14,840 --> 00:30:17,870 And in our final episode of the series, 317 00:30:17,870 --> 00:30:19,130 coming up next time, 318 00:30:19,130 --> 00:30:23,050 we're going to talk about shifts that have to do with aging. 319 00:30:23,060 --> 00:30:25,430 So we're going to talk about the aging, 320 00:30:25,430 --> 00:30:26,890 brain and body. 321 00:30:26,900 --> 00:30:34,550 We're going to talk about retirement and other aspects of just aging within the context of autism. 322 00:30:34,840 --> 00:30:42,270 I hope you join us for that next episode as we round out this series.      

    No Stupid Questions
    100. Is It Weird for Adults to Have Imaginary Friends?

    No Stupid Questions

    Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 36:29


    The BoatCast...  this is your TRiBe
    "Who are Liz Rawlings and Chris Hartman? (of Let's Go Music Festival)"

    The BoatCast... this is your TRiBe

    Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 28:11


    “We love live music and cooped up after Covid we were like ‘Let's Go'… this year we wanted to come out swinging and put Annapolis on the Map”- Chris Hartman and Liz RawlingsBrother and Sister team, Liz Rawlings and Chris Hartman join the BoatCast to share their excitement for the upcoming Let's Go Music Festival in Annapolis, MD June 3-5, 2022. The three day event features Rock Boat hosts, Sister Hazel on Sunday May 5th. Rock Boat Royalty Better Than Ezra, Lynryd Skynyrd, Billy Currington, and Goo Goo Dolls will also be playing. For Rock Boater's who were excited to see Walk Off The Earth on TRB XVII, they will also be performing! Let's Go Music Festival is a festival for music lovers by music lovers - and Liz and Chris make that abundantly clear through their attention to General Admission getting access to the front of the stage, free hydration stations, and listening to fan feedback about food vendors/beverage stations. Liz and Chris generously upgraded The BoatCast with VIP/Media passes and we will be giving away 4 tickets to lucky listeners (details hidden in the podcast!)Get Your Tickets to “Let's Go Music Festival” here: https://www.letsgofest.comFollow Let's Go Music Festival on socials:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LetsGoMusicFestivalInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/letsgomusicfest/The BoatCast thanks our sponsors, including LifeCoachingForWomenPhysicians.com and NOVITSKY MD boutique mind doctors for hosting our podcast. Looking child and adolescent psychiatrist? Boutique Mind Doctors specializes in Anxiety, Depression, and ADHD for Adults and Children.

    My Steps to Sobriety
    10in10 Marcy Pusey Words can create strong young people or Cause Mental Health Problems in Adults

    My Steps to Sobriety

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 19:59


    Marcy is mama to four humans and two pups, but she's also tossed pizzas for a pizzeria, acted in a musical, and appeared in a few movies. Marcy is also a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and Certified Trauma and Resilience Practitioner, international 2x TEDx speaker, Story Coach, publishing consultant, and an award-winning author of books for adults and for children. She does her best writing on retreats with a nearby hot tub, in any castle, or within view of the sea. You can visit her at marcypusey.com  1. You are worthy of being valued, loved, and safe 2. You hold that intrinsic worth and value 3. Your value comes from you 4. You are more than your traumatic experiences 5. Every story matters 6. There is always hope 7. Not all therapy is equal 8. Boundaries are loving 9. What is my purpose? What is my vision?  10. May your choices reflect your hopes and not your fears

    WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go
    Lightfoot blames adults partly for violent incidents

    WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 7:28


    In other top stories tonight: Cop who shot 13-year-old boy is relieved of police powers; Illinois COVID cases flattening; some Chicago aldermen oppose fast track for casino project; and more. 

    The Drive
    05/20 2pm Adults Lie to Kids

    The Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 45:34


    The Drive opened the show discussing the perfect attendance of a local student and explained why perfect attendance is something adults lied to kids about.

    The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
    Decriminalize All Capitalist Acts Between Consenting Adults. Dr. Chris Freiman & Keith Knight

    The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 63:23


    https://youtu.be/UiiFaw8nLLI This book argues that there's nothing wrong with ignoring politics. To the contrary: you should disengage from politics to pursue more effective forms of altruism. Instead of watching presidential debates, attending city council meetings, and writing letters to your representative, you should spend your time on charitable activities that are more likely to change people's lives for the better. - Christopher Freiman, Ph.D., Why It's OK to Ignore Politics, p. 3 Dr. Chris Freiman is a philosophy professor at William & Mary and author of Why It's OK to Ignore Politics. Book discussed: Unequivocal Justice (Political Philosophy for the Real World) Dr. Freiman on Twitter Flote Archive Spotify

    Keith Knight - Don't Tread on Anyone
    Decriminalize All Capitalist Acts Between Consenting Adults. Dr. Chris Freiman & Keith Knight

    Keith Knight - Don't Tread on Anyone

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 63:22


    Chris Freiman, Ph.D., is a philosophy professor at William & Mary and author of Why It's OK to Ignore Politics. Why It's OK to Ignore Politics: https://www.amazon.com/Why-Its-OK-Ignore-Politics/dp/1138389005 Unequivocal Justice (Political Philosophy for the Real World): https://www.amazon.com/dp/1138628220/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_0TDVC87J3776R7VX065V Twitter: https://twitter.com/cafreiman --------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you find value in the content, please consider donating to my PayPal KeithKnight590@gmail.com or Venmo: @Keith-Knight-34 LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone:b BitChute: KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone https://www.bitchute.com/channel/keithknightdonttreadonanyone/ Minds: https://www.minds.com/KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone/ MeWe: mewe.com/i/keithknight25 Flote: https://flote.app/VoluntaryistKeith Gab: https://gab.com/Voluntarykeith Twitter: @an_capitalist The Libertarian Institute: https://libertarianinstitute.org/dont-tread-on-anyone/ One Great Work Network: https://www.onegreatworknetwork.com/keith-knight

    Real Life With MG
    152. Promoting Without Knowledge, Kids Rules For Adults & Big Changes | Friday Feelings Ep 23

    Real Life With MG

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 24:09


    As you can tell by the title, this is an action packed episode   I speak about how people are preaching things just because they're #trending, I preach a bit of positivity and I fill you in on a BIG transition I've got coming     As usual, this episode is supported by Savvy Beverages. Head over to https://www.savvybeverage.com.au/ and use code MGSAVVY at the checkout to get 25% off their amazing products    Much love everyone,   MG

    The Chris Miles Money Show
    Should The Government Forgive Student Loans? | 609

    The Chris Miles Money Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 18:00


    There's a lot of talk going around about the government forgiving student loans because of the economy, inflation, COVID, and all the other factors that have affected income in the last few years. Do you agree with this? If yes, is it because you truly believe it's the best thing to do or is it only because it will work in your favor?  Key Talking Points of the Episode [01:34] Invest with PreREO! [02:26] Why are people talking about student loans? [03:15] How did I pay for my college education? [04:55] Why wouldn't democracies work?  [08:30] Why do you need to be careful with what you're being offered? [11:39] Why should we have other options for college? [12:13] Why did I choose entrepreneurship? [13:15] What matters more than your degree? [14:59] What is the real problem with forgiving student loans? [16:40] What could be a better solution to expensive education? Quotables “The one thing I'm grateful for is that my dad taught me personal responsibility.” “Adults are really just big, oversized children that vote ourselves favors.” “We have to be careful of this because it's easy for our self-interest to get in our way to vote for ways that we want.” “Just because the majority wanted it at that time, doesn't mean it's necessarily the best thing to do.” “The degree is not the power. The power is supposed to be what you learn and what you walk away with.” “I can tell you that I've learned more since dropping those licenses about money than I ever did back then.” “Why would we bail out our own children? Why would we rob them of their personal accountability, responsibility, and growth?”

    The Faith Breathed Hope podcast
    Faith Overcoming Fear and Letting God Guide You

    The Faith Breathed Hope podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 35:13


    In this episode I speak with Entrepreneur, Author, and Business Coach, Omar Medrano on Faith Overcoming Fear and Letting God Guide You. Trust the Lord and believe that He has made you with a purpose. Lean not on your own understanding. Find Omar: https://omarmedrano.com/book/     Other available Resourses: Healthy Nutrition for Adults and Kids Join the Abundantly Rooted Life Community Grab your Artza Subscription Box and bring home a bit of Israel.  use promo code: ARTZAKRISTINARISINGER for 25% off https://linktr.ee/abundantlyrootedlife

    BACKSTAGE WITH THE SIMPLE CHURCH
    Doing Good at CODA (Children of Deaf Adults) Camp

    BACKSTAGE WITH THE SIMPLE CHURCH

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 25:43


    We have two amazing guests today to talk about the first ever CODA Camp at the Simple Church, including our first ever deaf guest on the podcast! Wendi Coker and Cheyenne Bryant come on the podcast to talk about the deaf ministry at the Simple Church, the camp they have created together for kids, and why they were inspired to help the Children of Deaf Adults (CODA).  If you have feedback for the podcast, have a guest suggestion, or just want to talk to Scott, e-mail Scott@thesimplechurch.tv and follow us on Instagram @thesimplechurchpodcast . You can also find out more about the Simple Church at www.theSimpleChurch.tv .  

    My Biz Bestie
    130. Feeling Extra Sensitive? It Might Be RSD

    My Biz Bestie

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 13:18


    Rejection sensitivity dysphoria is one of the lesser-known responses associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. And if you're not aware of it, you can end up feeling paralyzed and alone.    You might think that sensitivity about how people perceive you and your work or that story you're telling yourself about why someone isn't responding to your email or direct message just comes with entrepreneurship. And I think it does, to a point. But RSD is these feelings to the extreme.   This week on the podcast, I'm sharing more about RSD, what it looks like, my own struggle with RSD, and strategies you can use to get past the feelings. Even if you're not diagnosed ADHD, this is an episode worth tuning into because these techniques will work any time you're feeling a little anxious about others. Links and Resources: Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Email Amber Join the Inner Circle Membership Time Stamps: [1:02] - Why ADHDs are meant for entrepreneurship [1:21] - What rejection sensitive dysphoria is [2:25] - Official definition of RSD [3:54] - What RSD looks like [5:24] - My struggle with RSD [6:01] - What's happening inside feels way more real than what I know to be true [7:28] - What to do about RSD [8:43] - One of my triggers [10:28] - Strategies to get past the feelings [11:20] - Give yourself compassion

    Infectious Disease Puscast
    Infectious Disease Puscast #2

    Infectious Disease Puscast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 35:24


    On the the second episode of the Infectious Disease Puscast, Daniel and Sara review the infectious disease literature for the previous two weeks, 4/27/22 – 5/11/22. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Sara Dong Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of Puscast! Links for this episode •Acute Hepatitis and Adenovirus Infection Among Children — Alabama, October 2021–February 2022(MMWR) •Case Series of False-Positive HIV Test Results in Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Patients Following Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell Therapy: Guidance on How to Avoid and Resolve Diagnostic Dilemmas (J IDSA) •Immunological correlates of prevention of the onset of seasonal H3N2 influenza (JID) •Use of a Modified Preexposure Prophylaxis Vaccination Schedule to Prevent Human Rabies: Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices — United States, 2022 (MMWR) •Long-term Safety and Immunogenicity of a Tetravalent Dengue Vaccine Candidate in Children and Adults(MMWR) •The Role of C-Reactive Protein as a Triage Tool for Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Children (J PIDS) •Factors Potentially Contributing to the Contamination of Packaged Leafy Greens Implicated in the Outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium During the Summer of 2021 (FDA) •Short-course intravenous antibiotics for young infants with urinary tract infection (Arch Dis Children) •Real-World Comparison of Bezlotoxumab to Standard of Care Therapy for Prevention of Recurrent Clostridioides difficile Infection in Patients at High Risk for Recurrence (Clin Inf Dis) •2021 Focused Update Guidelines on Management of Clostridioides difficile Infection in Adults (Clin Inf Dis) •Treatment outcomes 24 months after initiating short, all-oral bedaquiline-containing or injectable-containing rifampicin-resistant tuberculosis treatment regimens in South Africa (Lancet) •Use of Novel Strategies to Develop Guidelines for Management of Pyogenic Osteomyelitis in Adults (JAMA) •Persistent MRSA Bacteremia: Resetting the Clock for Optimal Management (Clin Inf Dis) •Frequency and Duration of, and Risk Factors for, Diagnostic Delays Associated with Histoplasmosis (J Fungi) •Intestinal parasitic infections and associated factors among people living with HIV attending Dessie Referral Hospital, Dessie town, North-east Ethiopia (AIDS Res Ther) •Association of zoonotic protozoan parasites with microplastics in seawater and implications for human and wildlife health (Nat Sci Rep) •Climate change increases cross-species viral transmission risk (Nature and TWiV 898) Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your questions for Puscast to puscast@microbe.tv

    The Clement Manyathela Show
    Health and Wellness: Asthma care and treatment in children and adults

    The Clement Manyathela Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 17:08


    Clement is joined by the Paediatric Pulmonologist and Exco member of National Asthma Education Programme (NAEP) to talk about the Asthma care and treatment in children and adults. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Radio Underland
    Daily News 5/16/2022 Karine Jean-Pierre has a rough first day As Press Secretary

    Radio Underland

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:23


    @Twitter Sr. Engineer Tells Undercover Journalist That “Twitter Does Not Believe in Free Speech”; Confesses Employees at Tech Giant are “Commie as F**k”; Admits Left Wing Employees “Hate” @ElonMusk “Capitalist” Takeover Attempt   There are now rules for complimenting people. Everything is problematic…   Peter Doocy just completely STUMPED Psaki's replacement on her first day   This is so embarrassing. She's DONE.   Adults can't handle hearing this content yet they readily give it to kids in school. How does it make sense?   New York politicians confess to having illegal immigrants eligible to vote   Judge strikes down California's quota for women on corporate boards   Netflix Fires Major Warning Shot At Its Woke Employees With New ‘Culture Memo'   Netflix Fires Major Warning Shot At Its Woke Employees With New ‘Culture Memo'   Yumi Nu takes the cover of Sports Illustrated swimwear edition.    Biden Surgeon General Vivek Murthy to parents desperately searching for baby formula:    “check with your doctor's office to see if they have samples.”   A Virginia mom is suing her 13-year-old's middle school over their critical race theory curriculum after she noticed a drastic change in the perspective and behavior of her biracial son.

    Ignition Tucson
    Our Response

    Ignition Tucson

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022


    What promises does our God give us to reveal to us His great love for us? What is the reasonable response? See what the Bible says about what it looks like to love God and love your neighbor as yourself.

    Ignition Tucson
    Heaven and God's Work

    Ignition Tucson

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022


    Ever wondered what the Bible says about the heavenly experience? Here we go through some of the promises of Scripture on what we get to look forward to in our eternal inheritance with the Lord. We also see how God works all things according to His will despite our sin and brokenness.

    The insecurity project
    Episode 242. When 2 adults want different things.

    The insecurity project

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 12:56


    Need some tips on how to negotiate your differences with a friend, workmate or spouse? This podcast episode is for you! Most people are terrified of conflict. The fear is that when two colleagues, teammates, or business partners want different things, it inevitably spells the end of the working relationship. Conflict is then seen as a major problem and to be avoided at all costs. This is such a mistake. Conflict is natural, necessary and unavoidable. It also provides perhaps life's best opportunity for growth, development and progress. When two adults appear to want different or even opposite things, this is exactly where the fun starts.

    Everyday Christian
    Game Plan - A Conversation with Joe Wells - Part 2

    Everyday Christian

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 39:08


    This week, Chase is again joined by the one and only Joe Wells as they discuss Joe's book from Kaio Publications: Game Plan - Develop a Spiritually Winning Strategy for Adults and Teens in Today's Culture. This is part 2 of their discussion. Joe's Links: https://kaiopublications.org/ (Kaio Publications, Inc.) https://www.kaiopublications.org/game-plan-develop-a-spiritually-winning-strategy-for-adults-and-teens-in-todays-culture-digital-download/ (Game Plan: Develop a Spiritually Winning Strategy for Adults and Teens in Today's Culture (Digital Download) - Kaio Publications, Inc.) https://kaiopublications.org/the-hey-joe-show/ (The Hey Joe Show - Kaio Publications, Inc.) -- Visit our website: https://my.captivate.fm/www.scatteredabroad.org (www.scatteredabroad.org )and remember to subscribe to our email list. "Like" and "share" our Facebook page: https://%20www.facebook.com/sapodcastnetwork (https:// www.facebook.com/sapodcastnetwork ) Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/%20the_scattered_abroad_network/ (https://www.instagram.com/ the_scattered_abroad_network/ ) Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWnWEDTTNFe-LBsbOrIBcsA (The Scattered Abroad Network ) Contact us through email at: thescatteredabroadnetwork@gmail.com. If you would like to consider supporting us in anyway, please reach out to us through this email. __ Feel free to email me at tcgreen008@yahoo.com Check out the website of the Marietta church of Christ, where I am privileged to serve as minister: http://www.mariettachurchofchrist.org/ (http://www.mariettachurchofchrist.org).

    Scattered Abroad Network Master Feed
    Game Plan - A Conversation with Joe Wells - Part 2

    Scattered Abroad Network Master Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 39:08


    This week, Chase is again joined by the one and only Joe Wells as they discuss Joe's book from Kaio Publications: Game Plan - Develop a Spiritually Winning Strategy for Adults and Teens in Today's Culture. This is part 2 of their discussion. Joe's Links: https://kaiopublications.org/ (Kaio Publications, Inc.) https://www.kaiopublications.org/game-plan-develop-a-spiritually-winning-strategy-for-adults-and-teens-in-todays-culture-digital-download/ (Game Plan: Develop a Spiritually Winning Strategy for Adults and Teens in Today's Culture (Digital Download) - Kaio Publications, Inc.) https://kaiopublications.org/the-hey-joe-show/ (The Hey Joe Show - Kaio Publications, Inc.) -- Visit our website: https://my.captivate.fm/www.scatteredabroad.org (www.scatteredabroad.org )and remember to subscribe to our email list. "Like" and "share" our Facebook page: https://%20www.facebook.com/sapodcastnetwork (https:// www.facebook.com/sapodcastnetwork ) Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/%20the_scattered_abroad_network/ (https://www.instagram.com/ the_scattered_abroad_network/ ) Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWnWEDTTNFe-LBsbOrIBcsA (The Scattered Abroad Network ) Contact us through email at: thescatteredabroadnetwork@gmail.com. If you would like to consider supporting us in anyway, please reach out to us through this email. __ Feel free to email me at tcgreen008@yahoo.com Check out the website of the Marietta church of Christ, where I am privileged to serve as minister: http://www.mariettachurchofchrist.org/ (http://www.mariettachurchofchrist.org).

    General Hospital Sunday Shift
    GH Sunday Shift: Spencer Cassadine, Cartullo Detective

    General Hospital Sunday Shift

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 122:24


    This week we talk Wiley's Adults, our love for Terry and Chet (Cherry), Spencer trying to vibe check his way into freeing Trina and what we ordered vs what we got for May Sweeps.Stay for the end where we announce our upcoming Misogyny in Soaps Twitter Spaces and how we are going to celebrate Kelly Monaco's birthday with the Sam Fam. 3:39 Recap, Reactions and Favorite Moments of the Week19:00 Performer(s) of the Week23:14 What Is Working 32:35 What Is Not Working1:15:06 What I Wanted, What I Got: Sweep Edition1:32:40 Free for All Hot Takes 1:48:24 Week Ahead Preview

    Poured Over
    Alison Espach on NOTES ON YOUR SUDDEN DISAPPEARANCE

    Poured Over

    Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 39:57


    “For me, part of the fun of coming-of-age novels, both reading and writing, is getting to have that adult perspective on these youthful moments and kind of allow you to make sense of them in a way you couldn't before; it can allow you to forgive yourself for some of the things maybe you did, it can allow you to laugh at some of the things that horrified you, and that can bring peace and joy and resolution.” It's been a minute since Alison Espach's debut novel The Adults — she joins us on the show to talk about the inspiration behind her new novel, Notes on Your Sudden Disappearance, writing love stories, sitting with grief, her obsession with the passage of time in life and in books, Lorrie Moore's Self-Help, and much more with Poured Over's Host, Miwa Messer. And we end the show with TBR Topoff book recommendations from Margie and Marc.   Featured Books: Notes on Your Sudden Disappearance by Alison Espach Self-Help by Lorrie Moore   Poured Over is produced and hosted by Miwa Messer and mixed by Harry Liang. Follow us here for new episodes Tuesdays and Thursdays (with occasional Saturdays).

    The Sports Den
    Adults Are Coward

    The Sports Den

    Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 59:02


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