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You know what's funny? When I try denying my reality and get so sad I end up googling “How to become happier?”. Do you ever do that? Today I'll tell you how I find my happiness and how I was reminded it's actually good to feel your feelings. Finding Laura Clery: Website: lauraclery.com Read/Listen: Idiot & Idiots Checkout our new Kids Show: Pammy's World TikTok & Youtube & Facebook: @Laura Clery Instagram: @lauraclery Episode Breakdown: -00:00 I'm having a moment -1:00 Buckle up, we're about to become happier -2:12 Sweating it out is sometimes the best de-stresser -3:27 My serenity prayer -4:15 Breath deeper with me -6:28 Adults responsibilities -8:45 Poppi's favorite song Orange Soda by Baby Keem -10:16 You have to try this snack -14:48 The positive affirmations I say -17:03 Talking about my weight loss -17:39 I'm taking care of my body by taking AG1, visit athleticgreens.com/idiotpodcast -19:45 My nighttime routine lately -23:22 It's been a year since I separated from Stephen -26:10 I love you all -26:31 Live podcast tour coming soon!!
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I am joined by the wonderful Dr. Heather Brannon, co-founder of Greenville ADHD Specialists. Dr. Brannon explains and helps us understand what ADHD really is and the best way to treat it! Check out the Greenville ADHD Specialist website here: https://greenvilleadhd.com/ Watch Dr. Brannon's Ted Talk here: https://www.ted.com/talks/heather_brannon_recognizing_adhd_in_adults?language=en You can find more Clutterbug content here: Website: http://www.clutterbug.me YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@clutterbug TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@clutterbug_me Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clutterbug_me/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Clutterbug.Me/
Rosie Smith is the owner of a non-profit radical bookshop in Canton in Cardiff, just a couple of miles from where I live. Now 32, she grew up just outside Cardiff with her mum and sister. Leaving school at 16 due to anxiety, eating disorders and mental health issues, she found her people in music, joining bands and doing various different jobs until she decided to open the bookshop in 2019, after quitting her 27th job. Rosie's wonderful shop, Shelf Life, works with independent publishers to stock a range of fiction and nonfiction books centering neurodiversity, disability and mental health, anti-racism, anti-capitalism, LGBT+, feminism and gender. It's a little beacon of hope and diversity on the corner of Cowbridge Road East. Rosie was diagnosed autistic in March last year, and says that diagnosis has helped put her lifelong anxiety, panic attacks and depression into a new perspective, and and building relationships with autistic people has been life-affirming. We talk about: ➡ Some of the challenges Rosie experienced growing up and trying to find her place in the world. ➡ Navigating the challenges of employment as an undiagnosed autistic employee ➡ Her wonderfully serendipitous path to owning her own bookshop - and the pros and cons of being an autistic business owner ➡ The joys of finding community, knowing herself better, and finding a sense of purpose Squarepeg is a podcast in which neurodivergent women, and trans and nonbinary people, explore navigating a neurotypical world and share their insights, challenges and successes. I hope that these conversations will be inspiring and thought provoking, open you up to new ways of thinking about being neurodivergent, and help you feel more connected to a worldwide community of people with similar experiences. I'm Amy Richards, and after being diagnosed autistic at the age of 37 I'm now on a mission to learn more about different perspectives and issues around being a neurodivergent adult in a world that feels like it doesn't quite fit. EPISODE LINKS: https://twitter.com/shelflifecdf https://www.instagram.com/shelflifecdf/ If you'd like to connect or get in touch with Squarepeg, you can find me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/squarepeg.community/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/squarepegautism Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/squarepegautism/ Or on my website: https://squarepeg.community/ THANK YOU TO MY PATRONS! A HUGE thank you to my amazing patrons, who support my work on the podcast: Abi Hunter, Adam Klager, Amy Adler, Amy-Beth Mellor, Anika Lacerte, Annette, Becky Beasley, Ben Davies, Caroline, Cat Preston, Catrin Green, Cindy Bailey, Clare Forrest, Clare Holmes, Corinne Cariad, Dana Bradley, Danielle Warby, Dennis McNulty, Elizabeth Williams, Erica Kenworthy, Erin Pineapple, Ewan McNeill, Fiona Connor, Galina, Gwyneth, Hannah Breslin, Jackie Allen, JF, Jayne Hutchinson, Jeff Goldman, Jen Bartlett, Julie, Katarzyna Tomaszewska, Kate and Kathryn, Kate Faust, Katharine Richards, Katherine Lynch, Kenneth Knowles, Laura, Laurencia Saenz Benavides, Lea Li, Leo Ricketts, Lilli Simmons, Linda Brown, Liz, LQ, Lyb, Mandy Allen, Marjory Webber, Martine, Melissa Shaw, Meredith L. Freyre, MN, Paul Harris, Pete Burke, Rebecca Biegel, Rebecca Kemp, Sadie Slater, Sarah Cottrell, Sarah Jeffery, Sarah Ivinson, Sarah Swanton, Shauna Schramke, Suzanna Chen, Suzanne, Talia's Nature, Tammie Fabien, Tamsen Staniford, Tegan Bailey, Tessa Valyou, Tree Hall, Vic Wiener, Vicki Temple, Victoria Chang, Victoria Routledge, Zephyrine Craster and Zoe Lee. If you're enjoying the Squarepeg podcast and would like to help me carry on making new episodes, you can become a member of the Squarepeg community on Patreon from £3 per month: https://www.patreon.com/squarepegpodcast
Hip dysplasia is a commonly missed cause of hip and groin pain, catching, clicking, locking or popping, resulting from lack of coverage of the femoral head by the acetabulum. How can you identify hip dysplasia in your hip or groin pain patients, and avoid misdiagnosing it as iliopsoas or adductor related groin pain? What signs and symptoms will your patients reveal in their subjective history that'll help you identify this condition? Find out the key signs and symptoms of hip dysplasia in this podcast with Tom Goom (Running Physio). Improve running injury assessment & treatment now with the Running Repairs Online course with Tom Goom at clinicaledge.co/runningrepairs Tricky tendons - Your free video guide to tendinopathy treatment with Tom Goom. Discover a new, effective approach to treatment of tricky tendinopathy presentations, and lesser known tendinopathies with this free video series presented by Tom Goom (Running Physio) and hosted by Clinical Edge. Tom will reveal the secrets to successfully treat tendon pain, and get your patients back to running and sport quickly and easily, without stirring up their pain. Get your free access to this video series now. CLICK HERE for your access to three free videos with Tom Goom CLICK HERE for your access to three free videos with Tom Goom Improve your running injury assessment & treatment now with the Running Repairs Online course with Tom Goom Links associated with this episode: Discover the simple secrets to successfully treat tendon pain in this free three part video series with Tom Goom Improve your confidence and clinical reasoning with a free trial Clinical Edge membership Join Tom live on Facebook & ask your shoulder related questions every Friday Download and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Download the podcast now using the best podcast app currently in existence - Overcast Listen to the podcast on Spotify Tom Goom on Twitter Tom Goom's website David Pope - Twitter David Pope & why I started Clinical Edge Review the podcast on iTunes Infographics by Clinical Edge Articles associated with this episode: CLICK HERE to download the article associated with this podcast Jacobsen JS, Søballe K, Thorborg K, Bolvig L, Storgaard Jakobsen S, Hölmich P, Mechlenburg I. Patient-reported outcome and muscle–tendon pain after periacetabular osteotomy are related: 1-year follow-up in 82 patients with hip dysplasia. Acta orthopaedica. 2019 Jan 2;90(1):40-5. Nunley RM, Prather H, Hunt D, Schoenecker PL, Clohisy JC. Clinical presentation of symptomatic acetabular dysplasia in skeletally mature patients. JBJS. 2011 May 4;93(Supplement_2):17-21. O'Brien MJ, Jacobsen JS, Semciw AI, Mechlenburg I, Tønning LU, Stewart CJ, Heerey J, Kemp JL. Physical impairments in Adults with Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) undergoing Periacetabular osteotomy (PAO): A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 2022 Oct 1;17(6):988-1001. Reiman MP, Décary S, Mathew B, Reiman CK. Accuracy of clinical and imaging tests for the diagnosis of hip dysplasia and instability: a systematic review. journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy. 2019 Feb;49(2):87-97. Chapters: 03:43 - Who develops hip dysplasia? 06:35 - Objective tests 09:11 - Hip dysplasia vs gluteal tendinopathy 10:45 - Hip dysplasia vs femoral neck stress structure 14:13 - Key takeaways
Our favorite homemaker is back! Sally Clarkson joins Alex Clark to discuss all things friendship: How to make friends as an adult, how to break up with friends, and even how to host friends if you're bedridden or battling chronic illness. Alex asks Sally a bunch of listener questions submitted by YOU on everything from marriage to hosting overnight guests! Then Sally talks about her latest must-read book, ‘Teatime Discipleship.'Find Sally and get your copy of Teatime Discipleship HERE!Receive 15% off your first month of organic tampons when you go to Garnuu and use code: Spillover!Go to Nimi Skincare and use promo code ALEXCLARK to get 10% off your order. It's time for YWLS! Get your tickets with code POPLITICS today!Looking for like-minded friends? Join the Cuteservative Facebook groupListen at 9 PM PST/ MIDNIGHT EASTERN every Thursday by subscribing to ‘The Spillover' on Apple Podcasts and Spotify ☕️✨ Watch this episode HERE.Support the show
Spring has sprung, so Will & Lucas are a bit more peppy as they take time to pitch the Bud back-door pilot in "Adventures in Budylon" and see more depth for the title character in "Ladonna Compson: Party Animal." The guys also find out about Annie Smith Peck, slugs, and variants of Crazy 8's, Lucas remembers his time as a camp counselor, and both give their thoughts on a couple of seasonal candy staples... If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, here are some resources you can use: Dial 9-8-8 for the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline in the United States. In Canada, you can call Talk Suicide Canada (1-833-456-4566), call or text Wellness Together Canada to connect with a mental health professional (Youth: 1-888-668-6810 or text WELLNESS to 686868; Adults: 1-866-585-0445 or text WELLNESS to 741741), or call/text Kids Help Phone (Ages 5-29: Call 1-800-668-6868 or text CONNECT to 686868).
When to use an ICD, risk stratification for HCM, blending EP and structural cardiology to improve care in post-TAVI patients, and hsTroponins are the topics John Mandrola, MD, discusses in this week's podcast. This podcast is intended for healthcare professionals only. To read a partial transcript or to comment, visit: https://www.medscape.com/twic I. ICD in Patients with NICM Simple Risk Score Predicts VT in Nonischemic Cardiomyopathy https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/992018 - Declining Risk of Sudden Death in Heart Failure https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1609758 - Defibrillator Implantation in Patients with Nonischemic Systolic Heart Failure https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1608029 - Reduction in mortality from implantable cardioverter-defibrillators in non-ischaemic cardiomyopathy patients is dependent on the presence of left ventricular scar https://doi.org/10.1093/eurheartj/ehy437 - RCT of Implantable Defibrillators in Patients With Non Ischemic Cardiomyopathy, Scar and Severe Systolic Heart Failure (BRITISH) https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05568069 II. Risk Stratification in HCM - Changing Risk Stratification in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy? https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/992014 - NOAH–AFNET 6 trial terminates ahead of time (NOAH AFNET 6 trial) https://dzhk.de/en/news/latest-news/article/noah-afnet-6-trial-terminates-ahead-of-time-noah-afnet-6-trial/ III. Blending EP and Structural to Improve TAVI Care - Impact of Right Ventricular Pacing in Patients With TAVR Undergoing Permanent Pacemaker Implantation https://www.jacc.org/doi/full/10.1016/j.jcin.2023.02.003 IV. Troponins - Age-Specific Cut-Offs Needed for Cardiac Troponin Tests? https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/992167 - Myocardial Injury Thresholds for 4 High-Sensitivity Troponin Assays in U.S. Adults https://www.jacc.org/doi/full/10.1016/j.jacc.2023.03.403 - What Is a Normal Troponin Anyway? https://www.jacc.org/doi/10.1016/j.jacc.2023.03.404 - Updating Our Thinking on Troponin Use and Interpretation https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/fullarticle/2777967 You may also like: Medscape editor-in-chief Eric Topol, MD, and master storyteller and clinician Abraham Verghese, MD, on Medicine and the Machine https://www.medscape.com/features/public/machine The Bob Harrington Show with Stanford University Chair of Medicine, Robert A. Harrington, MD. https://www.medscape.com/author/bob-harrington Questions or feedback, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence
Adults are being diagnosed with ADHD more and more these days. And receiving the diagnosis alone is helping many folks make sense of certain behaviors they have that have always been a bit quirky. But for some, a diagnosis of ADHD can also bring up feelings that are difficult to navigate. This week I'm joined by life coach and host of the I Have ADHD podcast, Kristen Carder, for a conversation about thought work and neurodivergent brains. We discuss why ebbing and flowing may be better than consistency, why lack of motivation is not a problem, and how to support yourself or any neurodivergent person in your life. Get full show notes and more information here: https://unfuckyourbrain.com/290
Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
For our last submission as the BTK Bariatric Surgery Team, we thought we would take a minute to review some recent landmark trials in bariatric surgery. Get caught up on the impact of bariatric surgery on obesogenic cancers and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis. Journal articles: Association of Bariatric Surgery with Cancer Risk and Mortality in Adults with Obesity: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35657620/. Bariatric-Metabolic Surgery versus Lifestyle Intervention plus Best Medical Care in Non-Alcoholic Steatophepatitis (BRAVES): A Multicentre, Open-Label, Randomised Trial: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37088093/. Ad referenced in episode: A team at the Brooke Army Medical Center is working to better define proficiency-based metrics for competency in commonly performed robotic general surgery procedures. If you are a general surgery resident or practicing surgeon who performs robotic assisted cholecystectomies or inguinal hernia repairs, reach out to the PI, Robert Laverty, MD, at email@example.com for more information on how you could be compensated $500 per video submitted of each (up to $1000 per surgeon). Please visit https://behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more. If you liked this episode, check out other bariatric episodes here: https://behindtheknife.org/podcast-category/bariatric/
Today, Hunter sat down with Mary Ann Scali (Executive Director, Gault Center) and HyeJi (Senior Youth Defense Counsel, Gault Center), to discuss the legacy of the Supreme Court Case in re Gault and how it impacts youth representation today. Much like the episode with Justine Olderman and Wes Caines on the legacy of Gideon, today's episode is a reflection on America's history of neglecting the rights of children, what in re Gault meant for youth access to counsel, and how the court maybe did not go as far as it could have with that case. Most importantly, this episode is meant to serve as a reminder that Public Defense cannot continue to overlook the importance of youth representation. Around the country, youth representation is still viewed as the minor leagues of Public Defense, and it is time for the entire profession to move to practices the understand the importance of having specialized youth defenders who are resourced and staffed to attack a case with the same vigour as their offices dedicate to serious adult felonies. Guest: Mary Ann Scali, Executive Director, Gault Center HyeJi Kim, Senior Youth Defense Counsel, Gault Center Resources in re Gault Case https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/387/1/ in re Gault on 5-4 Podcast https://open.spotify.com/episode/5XZDGyhLn6pZzS8YkC5N7O Gault Center https://www.defendyouthrights.org/ Follow Gault Center on Twitter https://twitter.com/GaultCenter?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Roper v Simmons https://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/03-633.ZS.html Haley v Ohio https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/332/596 J.D.B v North Carolina https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/564/261/ Access Denied http://defendyouthrights.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Access-Denied.pdf Defend Children http://defendyouthrights.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Defend-Children-A-Blueprint-for-Effective-Juvenile-Defender-Services-FINAL.pdf Juvenile Records Bill in Louisiana https://www.theroot.com/louisiana-house-passes-bill-outing-juvenile-records-in-1850442089 HyeJi in Teen Vouge https://www.teenvogue.com/story/juvenile-justice-united-states-courts Contact Hunter Parnell: Publicdefenseless@gmail.com Instagram @PublicDefenselessPodcast Twitter @PDefenselessPod www.publicdefenseless.com
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The Five Love LanguagesThe Five Love Languages Full Book Introduction Many people think that marriage is the grave of love, and a lot of couples fight with each other or have marriage crises because of trivial things. But they are always close to each other when they are in love. So what turns these intimate relationships into ones ripe with conflict? This book will tell us why as well as discuss the primary reason why communication is so important, and how we can express love in proper ways. It also provides effective ways that will point us in the direction of how to resolve marriage crises. Author : Gary ChapmanGary Chapman is a prominent relationship coach and a popular lecturer. He has met tons of couples who were faced with marriage crises, but through deep communication he found out that the reason for the marriage crisis was that both the wife and husband used the wrong love languages to get along with each other. After this revelation, he decided to write this book as a way to help people discover their true love languages to enjoy a better marriage. Overview | Chapter 1Hi, welcome to Bookey. Today, we will unlock the book by Gary Chapman called “The Five Love Languages.” It is common that relationships change after marriage, even though many couples were happy when they were in love before that. They may fight with each other more frequently after marriage. More seriously, these conflicts can lead to emotional crises or even divorce. What's going on? The problem is that we all have different love languages, which means we all have different ways of expressing love. When getting along with our partner, we express our love based on our own ideas. These different ideas mean people will eventually end up with different love languages. This is the point: Does your partner understand your way of expressing love? Will he or she feel that you love him? This happens because we ignore the fact that everyone has different love languages. Your partner might not feel your love when you express love in your own ways. Why are love languages important? In the book, the author says that giving and receiving love is at the center of every single adult's sense of wellbeing. Marriage is designed to satisfy our needs for an intimate relationship and love. Feeling loved is the most important emotional need for us. In his book, the author uses a good metaphor: in every child's heart, there is an “emotional love tank” waiting to be filled with love. It's only when a child feels truly loved that he can grow up healthy and happy. However, when the love tank is empty, the child will exhibit problematic behaviors. Adults are the same. If our love tank is empty and we cannot feel loved, our marriage will have problems. So how can we fill our love tank and reap good results in a marriage? The love language teaches us how to fill our love tank in the proper ways, and this book will tell us how to do it in detail. Gary Chapman is a prominent relationship coach who has met lots of couples who were faced with marriage issues. Through deep communication, he found that the reason for the marriage crisis was that both partners used the wrong love languages to get along with each other. Therefore, he wrote this book to help people discover their love languages and have a better marriage. His other book, “Things I Wish I'd Known Before We Got Married” discusses common traps that can be found in a marriage. If you are interested in it, please listen to our bookey of that book. Next, we will cover the essence of “The Five Love Languages” in six parts. We will learn how to discover our partner's
ADHD is often blamed for communication breakdown, when it's really a matter of differing communication or behavioral styles between individuals. Co-host Lynne Edris is joined by Bonnie Mincu to discuss how differing styles and assumptions can create misunderstandings, and how to avoid them in your relationships. Bonnie Mincu began her ADHD Coaching business after leaving a 23-year corporate career as executive coach, trainer and consultant. Floundering without structure and deadlines, she learned, to her surprise, that she had ADHD. This sent Bonnie into an entirely different career as an ADHD Coach and trainer. As one of the first coaches to develop training for ADHD adults, Bonnie created tools and solutions for common ADHD challenges such as chronic overwhelm, poor time sense, mental paralysis, inability to plan, disorganization and toxic shame. Bonnie's been an annual speaker and presenter in many online summits and conferences and has taught her day-long seminar on ADHD in the Workplace for NYU. Learn more about Bonnie's affordable ADHD online membership program to help ADHD adults achieve self-mastery at Podcast Co-Host Lynne Edris s a Productivity & ADHD Coach who helps distracted professionals from all over the world learn to accomplish what they intend and take control of their days with ease so that they can perform at the level of their abilities and have more time, more energy and more bandwidth for what matters most to them. Lynne is a woman, wife, and mom with ADHD herself, so she understands the struggles and challenges of living with ADHD. She has gone from living in the constant state of chaos, overwhelm, and under-performance that adults with ADHD know far too well, to living a life of more success and fulfillment than she once dreamed possible. Her passion is to help others fulfill their own potential and start “firing on all cylinders” in all areas of your life. You can learn more about Lynne at , and text keyword “HACK” to 33777 to get her 7 Fool-Proof Productivity Hacks for unfocused professionals! Tara McGillicuddy has been known and celebrated in the ADHD community for decades of practical and long-lasting shifts in tens of thousands in her communities. The creator of ADDClasses.com, The ADHD Awareness Expo and ADHD Support Talk Radio Tara is one of the longest-standing leaders in the field. Over the years she has also honed her natural skills as an empath. She now also combines the rare gift of sight and energetic knowing and her latest project is Empath Now a resource to help Empower Empaths. ADHD Support Talk Radio is an award winning Podcast for Adults with ADD / ADHD. Co-hosts Tara McGillicuddy and Lynne Edris are joined by Adult ADHD experts and they cover important topics related to Adult ADD / ADHD. Podcast guests include Dr. Edward Hallowell, Dr. Stephanie Sarkis, Dr. Ari Tuckman, Laurie Dupar, Terry Matlen and many more. Tara McGillicuddy is the Producer, Owner and Co-host of the ADHD Support Talk Radio Podcast. You may contact Tara with general questions or feedback about the podcast, Lynne Edris is the Co-host of the ADHD Support Talk Radio Podcast. You may contact Lynne with feedback about her episodes or if you are interested in having her interview you as a guest. We may be an affiliates for products we mention or recommend. If you purchase those items through our links we will earn a commission.
It's Wednesday, May 17th, A.D. 2023. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Jonathan Clark Possible life sentence for Pakistani Christian widow On Saturday, a court in Pakistan released a Christian widow on bail. She faces blasphemy charges against the false religion of Islam. Bibi worked for a school where she was asked to clean out a storeroom full of paper. She allegedly burned the paper which students said included pages from the Koran. Bibi cannot read, and was just carrying out the school's instructions. Now, she could be sentenced to life in prison. Blasphemy charges are used to target vulnerable individuals. Azad Marshall with the Anglican Church of Pakistan told Morning Star News, “The allegation itself is nothing short of a death warrant, and we continue to pray for [Bibi's] safety.” Exodus 22:22-23 says, “You shall not mistreat any widow or fatherless child. If you do mistreat them, and they cry out to Me, I will surely hear their cry.” Thailand's political victory over military-backed government On Sunday, opposition parties in Thailand won a landslide victory against the country's military-backed government. The military has effectively ruled Thailand for decades. Most recently, the country's Prime Minister led a military coup in 2014, ousting the elected government. Now, the opposition parties control about 60% of Thailand's parliamentary seats. They are calling for sweeping changes, but face an unelected Senate chosen by the military. In particular, the opposition is calling for an end to a law that prohibits insulting the monarchy, saying the military uses it to curtail free speech. Google, Amazon, Microsoft, PayPal, & Disney oppose free speech Alliance Defending Freedom released their second-annual Viewpoint Diversity Score Business Index on Tuesday. The report scored U.S. companies on their respect for free speech and religious freedom. The best score was 50% for Fidelity National Information Services. The rest of the companies scored 25% or below. Coming in at 5% or less, some of the worst companies included Alphabet, the parent company of Google, Amazon, Microsoft, PayPal, and Disney. California churches victorious in abortion ruling Last Friday, Alliance Defending Freedom announced that California has agreed to pay $1.4 million in attorneys' fees for its abortion coverage requirements. Four churches challenged the requirement to fund abortion in their healthcare plans. Two court rulings sided with the churches. Jeremiah Galus with ADF said, “For years, California officials, in collaboration with Planned Parenthood, have unconstitutionally targeted faith-based organizations. This is a significant victory for the churches.” Texas legislature: Public schools can have chaplains Last Tuesday, the Texas House of Representatives passed a bill allowing public schools to have chaplains. The bill already passed the state's Senate last month. The legislation says, “A school district or an open-enrollment charter school may employ or accept as a volunteer a chaplain to provide support, services, and programs for students as assigned by the board of trustees of the district or the governing body of the school.” The bill now goes to the desk of Republican Governor Greg Abbott. The state is also considering legislation allowing prayer in school and requiring the Ten Commandments to be displayed in every single classroom. Speaking of God's commandments, Deuteronomy 6 says, “You shall teach them diligently to your children. ... You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.” When parents are united spiritually, teens follow suit Pew Research released information from recent years on how well parents pass on religious beliefs to their children. When parents have unified religious beliefs, their children generally follow suit. Over 80% of Protestant, Catholic, or unaffiliated parents had teenagers who believed the same way. For children over 18, Pew reports similar results. Adults generally retained the faith of their parents when their parents had unified religious commitments. However, the transmission of religious beliefs was less predictable for those raised in religiously divided households. About 20% of adults were raised in such homes. Christian obstetrician warns against Abortion Kill Pill Today, as I guest host for Kevin Swanson on Generations Radio, I interview Dr. Ingrid Skop, a pro-life obstetrician who discusses the dangers of the Abortion Kill Pill. 53% of mothers who abort today choose chemical abortion over surgical abortion. Not only does it kill the baby, but women experience four times the risk of complications as surgical abortion! SKOP: “The abortion industry tells them, ‘It's natural. It's safe and effective, safer than Tylenol. They can have an abortion in the ‘comfort of their own home.' Well, we discussed already how horrible the process is for these women. Their bathroom has now become the abortion clinic. But it's not comfortable and it's not safe and it's not all that effective. “One out of 20 women, their body cannot completely express all the dead pregnancy tissue. And so they continue to suffer until they find a doctor who is willing to perform the surgery that they need.” Listen to my 25-minute interview at Generations.org/radio. Alabama Christian couple celebrates quadruplets' birth And finally, a Christian couple from Alabama welcomed quadruplets into the world last month. Michael and Hannah Carmack were hoping to give their daughter a sibling. In God's providence, they got the incredibly rare experience of having two sets of identical twins. Initially, the thought of quadruplets was daunting. But after meeting with their pastor, Michael and Hannah felt strong and united on what God had chosen for them. Evelyn, Adeline, David, and Daniel were born at 27 weeks. They've needed special help with eating, so they're still at the hospital. But the newborns are doing well and expected to go home next month! Psalm 127:3 says, “Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb a reward.” Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Wednesday, May 17th in the year of our Lord 2023. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldView.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
You read that right! Too often we thing when we struggle, have stress and anxiety, there is something WRONG with us! That we might have a mental illness…but what if it was actually something else entirely? Dr. Sasha Heinz is not only BRILLIANT, she will help you see things in a completely different way! We start out by talking about self-compassion, but we quickly turn into a conversation like I've never had before. I'll be forever changed from it. Dr. Heinz talks about how we, as women, as moms, are socialized to prioritize other's needs - ok, nothing new here…but she goes on to talk about how when we feel threatened, we revert back to our survival instincts of fight or flight BUT women, move into “tend and befriend”. It's a completely different way of responding to stress than men. Here's the best part! We can evolve past this! We are just stuck in a developmental stage as adults and with some internal work, we can be free of these disempowering behaviors! We can become people who consider others' opinions but aren't ruled by them. There is so much more in this episode I know you'll love! I could have talked to her for hours! For Dr. Heinz's handout, “How to Say NO Without Being a Jerk”, you can download it from the Parent Toolbox. www.parent-toolbox.com About Dr. Sasha Heinz Dr. Sasha Heinz, Ph.D., MAPP, is an academic who went mainstream, using her background as a developmental psychologist to become a mindset coach who teaches people the science of getting unstuck. An expert in positive psychology and adult development, Dr. Heinz has based her entire career on helping clients make real transformations, giving them the tools to develop their mental fitness by facing challenges and breaking our mind's default modes for stress, self-criticism, and anxiety. Dr. Heinz received her BA from Harvard, her Ph.D. in developmental psychology from Columbia, and her Master's in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, where she also served as a faculty member. She was one of the first 33 people in history to receive a degree in Positive Psychology. Social Media: Website: https://drsashaheinz.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drsashaheinz/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drsashaheinz/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drsashaheinz Thanks for listening! For more on Robbin, her work and free resources, keep reading! READY FOR YOUR FAMILY CHECK UP CALL? If you're feeling burnt out by bad behavior, worn down from constant battles and bickering and you've struggled to get the cooperation, respect and obedience you want from your kids, I've been there too. It might be time to learn new tools (that you've never been taught) to help you get your kids to listen to you, build teamwork, and grow the harmony in your home. https://parentingforconnection.as.me/Checkupcall FREE GUIDE FOR PARENTS OF STRONG-WILLED KIDS: “How to Turn a NO into Cooperation” go to www.strongwilledkids.com Leave a review I appreciate every bit of feedback to make this a value adding part of your day. Ratings and reviews from listeners not only help me improve, but also help others find me in their podcast app. If you have a minute, an honest review on iTunes goes a long way! Thank You!! For YouTube: insert “From the podcast” section plus below About Robbin Robbin is a Certified Parent Coach, author, podcaster and speaker. She works with parents from all over the world to help them build more connection and find more joy and cooperation to their parenting. Robbin is a parenting expert and consultant for the international, personal development app, LiveMore. Robbin also sits on the Expert Panel for Newsweek Magazine where she contributes to and writes articles related to parenting for the publication. Robbin's award-winning podcast, Parenting our Future, is ranked in the top one percent of all podcasts globally. And she is recognized as one of the “Top Moms in Podcasting” by Podcast Magazine in 2020 & 2022. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adults, the ones responsible for paving younger generations' paths, don't have to question if what they've learned is real, actually is. So they often encourage the young ones to stop daydreaming and stick to what everyone can see, smell, or taste: the objective reality. But some of us can't avoid seeing those things; we choose to close that part of us which, sooner or later, will reach the surface again. Those who once saw energy, spirits, or ghosts will eventually start seeing them again. It is then that the actual journey begins. Eduardo Galeano said it better: "After all, we are what we do to change what we are." In this episode, I'm joined by the amazing Jessie Herman. She is a Life Coach, a Pranic energy Healer for people and their pets, an Author, and a channel for the non-physical entity group, the Vagrein. Jessie had been in touch with non-physical beings since she was a child, yet she saw herself forced to close that part of her to "fit" to be "less weird." It is funny that for her, the rest of the people were acting weird; she couldn't understand why everyone around her couldn't see the signs, the messages, and the energy floating around. Throughout this episode, we learn more about Jessie's journey, her relationship with the Vagrein and how she contacted them, her experiences battling her health issues, and how she uses her link to non-physical beings to heal herself and others, inspire, and help others grow. We also learn about channeling, what is a trans channel, we chat with the Vagrein through Jessie!, and much more. Listen to Episode 161 of Uncover Your Magic and learn more about Jessie and her beautiful gifts.In This Episode, You Will Learn:What it means to be a channel (11:20)A bit about Jessie's childhood (12:30)Why is it usually people in the second half of their lives who connect with channeling (16:10)Jessie shares some of her experiences with channeling (20:20)About how Jessie met with the Vagrein for the first time (29:40)What is a trans channel (34:30)We chat with the Vagrein! (47:00)Connect with Jessie:WebsiteInstagramYouTubeJessie Herman booksLet's Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagram Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Part of our mission here at Tactical Tangents is to overcome the “tactical fantasy”, and in this episode, Mike and Jim talk about avoiding one of the most pernicious ones. It's easy in a world full of tacticool training classes to get focused on the sort of threats to ourselves and loved ones that jump out of the bushes and can be thwarted with kinetic skills when the truth is you probably already know the person you're most likely to have to pepper spray. The statistical fact of the matter is that most victimization comes from people who look like us and are already in our social circles. That's extra true about sex crimes, and super extra true about sex crimes against children. Tune in as we discuss teaching ourselves, loved ones, and especially our kids about understanding social norms, establishing boundaries, and the importance of informing someone in authority. Links: The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becker Protecting the Gift by Gavin de Becker Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN): Grooming: Know the Warning Signs McMartin Pre-School Trial They Must Be Monsters: A Modern-Day Witch Hunt Find us on social media (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/YouTube) @TacTangents You can join the conversation in our Facebook Discussion Group. Find all of our episodes, articles, some reading list ideas, and more on our website www.tacticaltangents.com Like what we're doing? Head over to Patreon and give us a buck for each new episode. You can also make a one-time contribution at GoFundMe. Intro music credit Bensound.com
-In our families, how do roles, rules, and responsibilities contribute to our codependency? -As adults, how can we challenge the expectations we have of ourselves and our family members in order to heal? -What are the initial steps we can take to make changes in our families? Welcome to Episode 126! This week, I sat down with Dove Pressnall, LMFT, to discuss her work providing therapy to adult families: between siblings, adult children and a parent, or having a whole family working with her. Dove discusses her approach by helping her clients get clear on their roles, rules, responsibilities and reasons within their family. She opens up about her own role as the “caregiver” and how she was able to heal from that role, especially in her relationship with her mother. We explore how to challenge familial expectations, boundaries, and communication. You'll be left with thoughtful questions you can start to ask yourself to heal your family as an adult. It's a must-listen! Links for the show: Sign up for the newsletter to receive all things codependummy: https://keap.app/contact-us/2302598426037497 Journal! The Confiding Codependummy: 30 Days of Journaling Prompts for a Less-Codependent and More-Conscious YOU for just $1 a day. www.codependummy.com/toolsforhealing FREEBIE! The Self-Validation Challenge: Learn to validate your GD self: www.codependummy.com/challenge Money! Funds! Help support the show via a one-time donation via secure Paypal link: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=RJ3PSNZ4AF7QC Work with me! Email email@example.com to inquire about psychotherapy, coaching, or coming on the show! More on this week's guest: Dove Pressnall, pronouns she/her, is a psychotherapist (all one word, most days) who has been helping individuals, couples and families tackle problems and build the lives they want since 1997. Dove also founded the nonprofit organization Survivors' Truths and, in her spare time, is the single mom to a 15-year-old who is way cooler than she'll ever be. https://www.talkingpossibilities.com/ More deets on this week's episode: We begin with hearing Dove's definition of codependency: when one sacrifices for someone else that is not having the effect one wants. It becomes codependent when what we sacrifice for does not work. She then shares about her approach to codependency which involves looking at her clients' rules, roles, responsibilities, reactions, and reasons. Dove describes her codependency as a child where she was the caregiver in her family. She would roll with the punches, sacrifice her needs, go along with others, etc. She was able to heal from that role and offers hope by sharing about the drastic change she and her mother have had in their relationship. We shift focus to Dove's work with families. She has worked with adult families, including siblings, a parent and a child, or the entire multi-generational family. She helps them question the different expectations in communication, the roles they've had, helps them create space, and explores how they can meet their needs and the needs of others. Dove suggests asking ourselves deep questions like: how and why caring became important to us? When has sacrifice previously paid off? When has sacrifice caused us harm? She concludes by offering her perspective that “good things are going on” when she begins with a new patient. Her focus is to help them become curious about what if things were better? Thanks for coming on Dove! And thank you for listening, my dear listener! PLEASE: Rate. Review. Subscribe. Share. We need more ratings on Spotify! TY! -The Self-Validation Challenge - free 30-day guide to providing yourself with all the validation you seek: www.codependummy.com/challenge -Get your copy of the Confiding Codependummy: 30 days of journaling prompts for a less-codependent and more-conscious you! www.codependummy.com/toolsforhealing -If you are wanting to dive into your codependency deeper one-on-one, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to work with me! -Sign up for the newsletter: https://keap.app/contact-us/2302598426037497 -Support the show via a one-time secure donation: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=RJ3PSNZ4AF7QC See you next week!
In this episode, Penny Williams joins me for part 2 of our conversation from last week's episode, to share about how parents can best support their kids with ADHD. A parenting coach for neurodiverse families, Penny Williams is the award-winning author of four books on ADHD, including "Boy Without Instructions," host of the Beautifully Complex Podcast, co-host of the annual Neurodiversity Summits, and co-founder of The Behavior Revolution, an initiative devoted to celebrating and supporting kids with ADHD or autism through neuroscience-backed insights, hard-won strategies, compassion, and guidance. Penny empowers parents to help their neuro-atypical kids — and families — thrive. Listen in as we talk about: [2:03] Are there more cases of ADHD now, or are we simply more aware? [6:50] How to know which steps to take when it comes to an ADHD diagnosis [8:30] Developments in ADHD that you may not be aware of [12:55] How to ask for help coping when you're struggling [13:30] Diagnosing kids vs. Adults with ADHD [17:20] Why ADHD is hard to present [19:00] Identifying behaviors and medications [22:05] The impact of technology on addictive behavior [23:50] Is technology making ADHD better or worse for kids who have it? Notes from Natalie: Listen to part one with Penny Williams Sign Up for Natalie's Newsletter Seeking Health: www.natalietysdal.com/favorites Book: https://www.cyndiespiegel.com/microjoys Connect with Penny Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pennywilliams/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParentADHD_ASD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ParentingADHDandAutism LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/penny-williams-8b601543/ Website: www.ParentingADHDandAutism.com and www.TheBehaviorRevolution.com Connect with Natalie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ntysdal/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ntysdal Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NatalieTysdal/ Website: https://www.natalietysdal.com
Myrina and Tristan talk about the use of recreational cannabis within the swinger community. After a few years of their own "research and development," the couple shares their thoughts and ideas about their own personal cannabis journeys. They discuss how they feel cannabis can enhance intimacy and the many ways they feel helps heighten their sensuality. And find out why they prefer products with higher CBD levels.
We received an excellent question from a listener in response to our Season 1 episode about hook-up culture featuring OOMLA interns. Can the current reality of situationships be chalked up to things like the lack of parental voice at the end of a phone line, no intimidating person when you ring the doorbell, and other absences that were unimaginable when we were growing up?Show Notes:Check out all of our speaking and consulting work at www.Orderofmagnitude.co and all our super comfy products at www.myOOMLA.comLove what we talk about? Pre-order our book This Is So AwkwardProduction by Peoples MediaTranscript Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.Inappropriate control, 4-64) Abuse of authorityLeaders have authority, but not to create their own rules, or in the language of Jeremiah, “to rule by their own authority” (Jer 5:30-31)."Giving up everything" is not unlimited, but should be interpreted in the light of apostolic teaching, as found in the epistles and in Acts.Again, we mustn't fail to distinguish between principle and practical (implementation). These rules may only be called “guidelines,” but you can tell whether they have been elevated to near-biblical status by the reaction when they are violated.Violation of confidentialityDiscussing others' personal lives in a leadership or staff meetingManipulation in discipling based on a leader's knowledge of people's weaknesses / sins.Definition: "Spiritual abuse is the mistreatment of a person by someone in a position of spiritual authority, diminishing that person's spiritual vitality and growth. At the core of spiritual abuse is excessive control of others, such as religious leaders who use manipulation to compel attendance, use guilt to get people to give more money, take emotional or sexual advantage in the name of comfort or compassion, accuse those who disagree with them of being rebellious against God, or demand absolute, unquestioning obedience regardless of whether it is reasonable or biblical." (June Hunt, "Abuse," in Clinton & Hawkins, The Popular Encyclopedia of Christian Counseling, 177).5) Controlling words = abuse“It's God's will… that you move / stay / give up____ / etc.”“You need to obey me.”“I prayed about it and I sense God wants you to…”“Lord put this on my heart…” (no comeback)“You have a bad heart” or “You're proud” (in cases of disagreement) or “You're independent” (could that be a good thing?).“You are my disciples.” We are his disciples. Only once in the NT do we read of a person (other than Jesus) with personal disciples) — Acts 9:25. Yet even there, “his disciples” doesn't appear in all manuscripts.“You're being divisive.”6) Misused scriptures1 Cor 11:1—imitation in contextHeb 13:17—elders—What do elders do in the NT?What is emphasized in the letters (meeting the needs):Not about programs! About character.Luke 5:5—Because you say so—arbitrary!Exodus 18—discipling hierarchyLuke 14:33—give up everything—for Christ, not for another personPsalm 105:15—Don't “touch” (criticize) my “holy ones” (leaders).No one likes to be controlled, handled, managed, threatened, or manipulated.Relevant here in Atlanta as we discuss moving forward with one-another relationshipsWhat we do on the individual level, we may do on the political level. E.g., one nation invades in order to control—put its stamp on that country—the imperialistic “We know best.”Jesus is our Lord, no earthly human being or church leader.Yet there is a good sort of control often mentioned in scriptures: Self-control. internal, not external.Adults want to be trusted.I am grateful to be in a culture of “high trust, low control”—as opposed to “low trust, high control.”See1 Kings 12 for a study in leadership styles: harsh / controlling vs. permissive / ungodly.Of course, even if we've added no rules to those of Scripture, we may still promote / personally fall into legalism.Type 1 Legalism:Attempting to power one's way into God's grace by good works. These works don't necessarily mean requirements outside scripture. This may entail an unhealthy attitude towards obedience / acceptance by God, usually accompanied by anxiety over one's spiritual status before God.Type 2 Legalism: Following or enforcing extrabiblical rules — laws that, however well intended, are not explicitly found in Scripture. (Extra, Latin = outside; extrabiblical = outside Scripture.)Examples: evangelistic quotas; insistence on perfect living or perfect cognition before baptism; mandated minutes of prayer; compulsory attendance at various church events. Now these may be good things, in principle. We appreciate evangelism, knowledge, prayer, devotional strategy, and church attendance. The question is, what does the gospel require?Legalism is a universal human temptation.Spirituality—one's own and others'—is constantly monitored, evaluated by adherence to rule-keeping. This erodes the security + confidence we should have in the Lord (1 John 5:13; Matt 11:28-30). The need: mature leaders, not neophytes! Scope of ministry should be in proportion to the biological and spiritual maturity of the brother or sister in leadership.We may be critical of the Pharisees (Matt 15; 23) and the Circumcision Party (Ti 1; see Acts 15)—and rightly so -- but what about us?[Conclusion]We have covered a lot of ground:Burdensome requirementsProhibitions that go beyond the scripturesManmade rules and traditionsAbuse of authorityControlling wordsMisused scriptures.Have we added to the demands and commands of Scripture? How to tell? What gets people into trouble?Violating guidelines? – often for the sake of “unity”—or failing to building Christlike character?Integrity at work, or just earning money and giving a %age to the churchAre we reinforcing a culture of legalism?Some fear the gospel alone is too gracious and might tempt (or even empower) us to slack off. Yet grace is empowering, and those who don't experience it don't endure long in the marathon of faith.In Control part 3: 6 ways to eradicate a culture of control and build a culture of trust.
Parenting a sensitive child could be difficult. Especially when they come from sensitive parents who are thoughtful and want to acknowledge their emotions while, at the same time, establishing the appropriate boundaries. Many of us, as healers, whether physicians or coaches, want to help our clients heal in a wholesome way. This also applies to our children. We may fumble with finding how to help our children when they struggle with the same problems we had when we were younger. It is true that we heal ourselves through each client that we heal. And also through raising our children in an emotionally safe environment, with all the wonderful and scary things this process entails. To learn more about raising sensitive children, Erica and I have invited Dr. Ceara Deno. She's a mom to two boys, ages 11 and 13, a newborn medicine physician in Boston, and a parent coach for sensitive families to build peaceful homes. In today's episode, Dr. Ceara Deno explains the characteristics of a sensitive child and a sensitive family. Besides, she shares her thoughts on how to start developing emotional mastery, the role of trauma in parenting, and the common thread that caring parents bring to coaching sessions. If you have a sensitive child or if you are a sensitive person, this episode will provide invaluable wisdom to connect with your loved ones respectfully and vulnerably. I hope it helps you as much as it helped me. In This Episode:00:00 Welcome back to another episode of Emotional Mastery01:01 Welcoming Dr. Ceara Deno01:54 Helping sensitive families to build peaceful homes03:24 How did Dr. Ceara Deno start working as a parent coach?07:45 Migrating into the niche of sensitive children and parents10:39 How to know if you are a member of a sensitive family13:02 The sensory oversensitivity associated with being neurodivergent 15:28 Adults who were sensitive children 17:11 Dr. Ceara Deno's entry point to developing emotional mastery 20:44 The role of trauma in parenting 24:29 Anger means unmet needs and what to do about it29:17 Common thread that parents bring to coaching sessions32:35 Incorporating role play in parenting 35:45 How to deal with pressing issues that seem unsolvable 40:43 The human side of parenting43:44 Connecting before correcting 47:30 How to contact Dr. Ceara Deno48:55 Concept of repair in relationshipsResources: - Jai Institute for Parenting - https://coaches.jaiinstituteforparenting.com/ Connect with Dr. Ceara Deno: - Website - https://www.sweetspotparenting.com/ Connect with Dr. Kavetha Sundaramoorthy:Rapid Relationship Repair FREE Mini-Course - https://bit.ly/RapidRelationshipRepair
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
Today we have a very special Mother's Day guest – Allie's mom! She's here to talk about raising children from babies to adults. We start out with some advice for mothers of babies and toddlers: you can't do everything, and that's OK. We talk about the pressure to have it all together and how quickly it will all go by. We also discuss how raising children can be categorized into three six-year segments, and we go through some advice for each segment. We'll share some stories from childhood and give some advice to the mom who is scared to have kids. We hope this episode encourages all you moms and moms-to-be out there! --- Timecodes: (00:51) Interview begins (01:35) Advice to moms of kids ages 0-6 / you can't do everything (07:14) Time goes by quickly (12:18) Advice to moms of kids ages 6-12 (17:32) Sleepovers, friendships & bullying (22:59) Devices & social media (24:44) Advice to moms of kids ages 12-18 / curfews (39:26) Advice to moms of adults (41:12) Grandparents (43:55) Advice to the mom who is scared to have kids --- Today's Sponsors: Patriot Mobile — go to PatriotMobile.com/ALLIE or call 878-PATRIOT and use promo code 'ALLIE' to get free activation! Seven Weeks Coffee — Seven Weeks is a pro-life coffee company with a simple mission: DONATE 10% of every sale to pregnancy care centers across America. Get your organically farmed and pesticide-free coffee at sevenweekscoffee.com and let your coffee serve a greater purpose. Use the promo code 'ALLIE' to save 10% off your order. CrowdHealth — get your first 6 months for just $99/month. Use promo code 'ALLIE' when you sign up at JoinCrowdHealth.com. Quinn's Goat Soap — right now through Mother's Day save on the Four Seasons of Soap package. Normally this package is $120, but during this Mother's Day sale it's only $99. Go to QPGoatSoap.com and use code "ALLIE". --- Relevant Episodes: Ep 170 | Is It OK to Celebrate Halloween? | Guest: Lisa Simmons https://apple.co/44QbgEF --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise – use promo code 'MOM10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Capitalist Investor with Mark Tepper
This week on The Capitalist Investor, the team discussed credit card debt, electric cars, and inflation numbers. They discussed the topic of credit card debt and the momentum it has gained and then moved on to talk about electric cars and police forces, as well as a good cancellation they had. Finally, they wrapped up the conversation by discussing the inflation numbers that had come out that day.The inflation rate was 4.9%, in line with expectations. They noted that the market had reacted positively, but was now flat. They then discussed how the middle class is getting screwed due to high credit card interests, mortgages, and inflation rates. They discussed how the billion dollars in credit card revolving debt will become a much bigger problem in the future, with $10,000 turning into $50,000 in five years due to high interest rates.The conversation discussed the alarming levels of credit card debt in the US, currently reaching an all-time balance of $1 trillion with an average interest rate of 25%. The speakers discussed the double-edged sword of credit card debt, in that credit card companies make an exorbitant amount of profit off of it with a profit margin of almost 100%. This is because they charge 25% interest, and the average household credit card debt is around $7,000. They also discussed the ancillary impacts of COVID, such as people raising their standard of living and having difficulty lowering it again due to the free money being passed out. In conclusion, the speakers agreed that an issue with spending is the root cause of the high levels of credit card debt.The guys discussed the staggering debt that a 29-year-old had managed to accumulate in the form of student loans, a mortgage, and credit card debt. They discussed how this system is designed to keep people in debt and how it needs to be revamped. They also discussed how young people are encouraged to take out student loans as a way to create success. They concluded that as long as the job market remains strong, credit card issues will continue to be a problem.
Albert Breer joins the show and Nick and Dustin discuss Deshaun Watson's opportunity to rebound this season and an op-ed piece suggesting that adults shouldn't high-five children.
When was the last time you did something out of the ordinary? Nurys colored her hair purple. We try to give our best advice with 30 seconds of Therapy. We talk to Ronnie who is in Sweden right now for the opening of Beyonce's Renaissance tour. What is something you just don't understand? Have you ever had Hangxiety? It's where you have a hangover and anxiety after a night of drinking. We the show talking to the ADULTS and if you've ever gone to the movies in the workplace.
This "Celebrating TEAL Moments" episode was created to honor Food Allergy Awareness Month and features a short, to-the-point conversation about when and how to discuss food allergies with your date. FAACT's Director of Behavioral Health, Emery Brown, Ed.S., NCSP - Nationally Certified School Psychologist, candidly discusses the importance of discussing food allergies and celebrating who you are. To keep you in the know, here are helpful resources:FAACT's How to Talk to Dates About Food AllergiesFAACT's Adults with Food Allergies SectionFAACT's Empowered Adults in the Dating WorldFAACT's Adults with Food Allergies Private Facebook Group You can find the FAACT Roundtable Podcast on Pandora, Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, Podcast Chaser, Deezer, and Listen Notes.Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, & Pinterest.Sponsored by: KaleoThanks for listening! FAACT invites you to discover more exciting food allergy resources at FoodAllergyAwareness.org!
The Salt Lake Tribune's Mormon Land
In 1998, a Utah publisher released “A World of Faith,” a children's book by The Salt Lake Tribune's award-winning religion writer, Peggy Fletcher Stack, with illustrations by celebrated Latter-day Saint artist Kathleen Peterson. Praise for the volume was wide and deep, including from former President Jimmy Carter. A commemorative version followed in 2001 to celebrate Salt Lake City's hosting of the 2002 Winter Olympics. The book's approach is simple: Take many of the world's major faith traditions, write a one-page explanation of their history and beliefs, make the text easy enough for youngsters but interesting enough for seasoned readers, and pair each entry with a gorgeous illustration depicting aspects of that religion. Yes, it's a modest model, but behind it rests a profound pursuit: Eliminate religious bigotry through increased understanding and turn today's readers into tomorrow's peacemakers. Now, 25 years later, BCC Press has issued revised second edition of “A World of Faith,” with an additional six non-Western religions added into the mix. The authors join us on this week's show to discuss the expanded book — what they learned; the challenges they faced (including how to handle the “Mormon” term); the commonalities, differences and beauties in religious diversity; and Latter-day Saints' awareness of other faiths. With the book's release, we're also making this special offer: Join Mormon Land on Patreon by Monday, May 15, and you'll be entered to win one of five signed copies of the volume. Current patrons will also be entered.
When was the last time you did something out of the ordinary? Nurys colored her hair purple. We try to give our best advice with 30 seconds of Therapy. We talk to Ronnie who is in Sweden right now for the opening of Beyonce's Renaissance tour. What is something you just don't understand? Have you ever had Hangxiety? It's where you have a hangover and anxiety after a night of drinking. We the show talking to the ADULTS and if you've ever gone to the movies in the workplace.
Here's a sobering thought: The older we get, the harder it is for us to learn, to question, to reimagine. This isn't just habit hardening into dogma. It's encoded into the way our brains change as we age. And it's worsened by an intellectual and economic culture that prizes efficiency and dismisses play.Alison Gopnik is a professor of psychology and philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley, where she runs the Cognitive Development and Learning Lab; she's also the author of over 100 papers and half a dozen books, including “The Gardener and the Carpenter” and “The Philosophical Baby.” What I love about her work is she takes the minds of children seriously. The child's mind is tuned to learn. They are, she writes, the R. & D. departments of the human race. But a mind tuned to learn works differently from a mind trying to exploit what it already knows.So instead of asking what children can learn from us, perhaps we need to reverse the question: What can we learn from them?In this conversation, recorded in April 2021, Gopnik and I discuss the way children think, the cognitive reasons social change so often starts with the young, and the power of play. We talk about why Gopnik thinks children should be considered an entirely different form of Homo sapiens, the crucial difference between “spotlight” consciousness and “lantern” consciousness, why “going for a walk with a 2-year-old is like going for a walk with William Blake,” what A.I. researchers are borrowing from human children, the effects of different types of meditation on the brain and more.Book recommendations:Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice SendakMary Poppins in the Park by P.L. TraversThe Children of Green Knowe by L.M. BostonThoughts? Email us at email@example.com. (And if you're reaching out to recommend a guest, please write “Guest Suggestion" in the subject line.)You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Emefa Agawu, Annie Galvin, Jeff Geld and Roge Karma. Fact-checking by Michelle Harris, Mary Marge Locker and Kate Sinclair. Original music by Isaac Jones. Mixing by Jeff Geld. Audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Special thanks to Kristina Samulewski.
Helen Martin, Chief Executive, Charities Regulator, discusses the findings of a new survey on charity donations.
In this episode, Coach Darren discusses the importance of adjusting training as individuals age, with a focus on recovery to reduce the risk of injury and improve overall health and fitness. Listen in to learn his top 5 tips for aging adults when it comes to productive and enjoyable training.Adults need to emphasize and realize the importance of recovery methods such as sleep, nutrition, hydration, foam rolling, stretching, and mobility exercises. Training programs should be consistent and intelligent, and prioritize the ability to comfortably engage in activities outside of the gym. A massive thank you for listening to the show and supporting HansenAthletics.If you're interested in our free resources or learning more, hit our website or follow me on the channels below:InstagramTwitterYouTubeTikTokLinkedIn
Today is the second episode in our “Book Study Series.” We are continuing our discussion of “What Happened to You: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing” by Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey. In this book study episode, Lauren discusses narcissism and how changes in our societal belief systems have made us more narcissistic, more distracted, and less present in our lives. This leads to less grace for our kids and others and more stress. Lauren answers this week's listener question during the episode: How does child stress compare to adult stress? Try-at-home tip: Try something new Mentioned in this episode:What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and HealingThe Human Magnet SyndromeOther related resources from The Behavior Hub: Blog Post: Progressive Muscle Relaxation for Kids (& Adults!)How Exercise Impacts Emotional RegulationPolyvagal-Mind-Body PracticesPodcast:Relationships and the Need to Feel Connected – Second of the 5 Needs AreasAll the coping/calming strategiesExercise and How It Relates to Emotional RegulationOur Online Courses: From Conflict to Calm: How to Communicate with Challenging ChildrenFrom Wild Emotions to Tamed Feelings: How to Self-RegulateStress and Trauma and Behaviors, Oh my!: Stress & the BrainDo you have a question? I can answer it in a future episode!Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or send via text to 717-693-7744.Subscribe to our mailing list and find out more about the Emotional Brain.Check out our Facebook Group – Raising and Teaching Respectful Children The Behavior Hub websiteThe Behavior Hub blogAre you struggling with behaviors and not sure where to begin? Let me help! Schedule a free discovery call and let me be your Guide.As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Join the guys as they give their thoughts on Founders Brewing, Tamale Fest, Public Domain, Neat, and Quasi.
The Best Christian Podcast in the Omniverse Canary Cry News Talk #621 - 05.08.2023 - Recorded Live to Tape MENTAL ENGINEERING | Vice Savior, King Chuck III, Monkey Clones, Moon Base Deconstructing Corporate Mainstream Media News from a Biblical Worldview We Operate Value 4 Value: http://CanaryCry.Support Join Supply Drop: http://CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com Submit Articles: http://CanaryCry.Report Join the Tee Shirt Council: http://CanaryCryTShirtCouncil.com Resource: Index of MSM Ownership (Harvard.edu) Resource: Aliens Demons Doc (feat. Dr. Heiser, Unseen Realm) All the links: http://CanaryCry.Party This Episode was Produced By: Executive Producers Morgan E*** Producers Whilson, Brianna S, Finn M, Sir Morv Knight of the Burning Chariots, Sir LX Protocol V2 Knight of the Berrean Protocol, Sir Marty K Knight of the Wrong Timeline, Ronin Poet, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Dame Gail Canary Whisperer and Lady of X's and O's, Veronica D, DrWhoDunDat,Sir Scott Knight of Truth CanaryCry.ART Submissions Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia Sir Marty K Knight of the Wrong Timeline Microfiction Runksmash - Dancing on center stage is Hank, his six robot arms partners, his legs burn under their combined weight, but he stands strong. Interrupting his cricendo, a scrappy young woman barrels through the back door, disastrously disrupting the performance. Stephen S - BuyMyTek engineers chat about their AI RPG project named Seahaven. “Yesterday, one of the agents told others, “It feels like the whole world revolves around me somehow.” and today is asking about traveling to Fiji.” CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Joelms, Laura TIMESTAPERS Jade Bouncerson, Christine C, Pocojo SOCIAL MEDIA DOERS Dame MissG of the OV and Deep Rivers CanaryCry.Report Submissions JAM REMINDERS Clankoniphius SHOW NOTES HELLO, RUN DOWN VICE UPDATE Vice Media Nears Deal for $400 Million Sale Out of Bankruptcy (WSJ) (Archive) ALIENS/UFO/DAYS OF NOAH Photographer captures footage of 'strange' UFO at King Charles' coronation (JPost) Note: Pictures (Mirror UK) DAY JINGLE/PERSONAL/EXEC. FLIPPY From Michelangelo to robots: This startup is carving a new era of sculpture (NextWeb) MIND CONTROL After mall shooting, Abbott 'mental health crisis' must be solved; Biden calls weapons ban (ABC) → Cartel + Guns + Mental Health → 33: The Violence Project (Funded by National Institute of Justice) in 2021 said average age of shooter from 1966 until 2019/21 is 34! Mass shooter database. → Note: Problem-reaction-solution. Solution is psychedelics, and psychedelic inspired VR treatment. Harken back to Fetterman treatment facility. Prototype for US citizens? Psychedelic replications in VR show potential in treating depressive symptoms (PsyPost) → Note: Thesis, people losing access to pharma drugs. 2021, Adults are the biggest consumers of Adderall now (NBC5) CHINA Ban on Property Sales to Citizens of China Cruising Through Texas Legislature (Intercept) V4V/TREASURE/SPEAKPIPE/TALENT COVID Where Are the Treatments for Long COVID? (Slate) The US is running out of research monkeys (WSJ) NEWSOM SCIENCE CA Defaults on $18.6 Billion Debt, Now Businesses Have to Pay (Epoch Times) Is CA giving reparations for slavery? Here's what you need to know (LA Times) → California reparations panel approves payments up to $1.2 mil to every Black resident (Fox) MOONBASE Scientists discover gigantic 'structure' under the surface of the Moon (Indy100) TIME PRODUCERS END
Thanks for checking out this episode! The gang starts out talking about their excitement for Guardians of the Galaxy 3. Tommi has wild tweets that summon weird dudes. Men are beautiful. Our favorite tiktoks and a Miley Cyrus Meme that rules. The end of the episode is a little weird cause of technical issues. 00:00 Intro 00:48 Thanks, Marty, For The Guardians 3 Tix 02:50 Tommi's Tweets 06:00 Men Are Beautiful 09:30 Texting 12:15 Pants' Burner 16:00 Tommi Knew 18:31 TikTok Wormholes 33:37 Miley Cyrus Meme 40:16 Tommi Bye Bye Burp --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/billsquire/support
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We ought not to expect from a regenerated child uniform attention to serious subjects, or a freedom from that gaiety and volatility which are characteristic of that tender age- but we should expect to find the natural propensity moderated, and the temper softened and seasoned, by the commingling of pious thoughts and affections with those which naturally flow from the infant mind.
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Do you want to live with more intention to achieve your goals? In this 4th episode in a series on Intentional Living, Dr. Regan identifies ways to use communication to create connection and help you achieve the life goals you aim for. Resources mentioned in the podcast: Talking About Autism podcast series The Science of Making Friends: book Better Small Talk: book Crucial Conversations: book Dr. Regan's Resources 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 transcript here: 1 00:00:03,809 --> 00:00:04,659 Hi there. 2 00:00:04,670 --> 00:00:06,679 This is Doctor Theresa Regan. 3 00:00:06,969 --> 00:00:11,510 I'm joining you for an episode of autism in the Adult podcast. 4 00:00:11,800 --> 00:00:13,619 I'm a neuropsychologist, 5 00:00:13,859 --> 00:00:19,120 the founder and director of an autism diagnostic clinic in Central Illinois. 6 00:00:19,290 --> 00:00:21,959 And I'm the parent of a teen on the spectrum. 7 00:00:22,680 --> 00:00:27,440 Did you know that I did a podcast series on talking about autism? 8 00:00:27,659 --> 00:00:30,420 This was in February of 2022. 9 00:00:30,559 --> 00:00:43,909 It had three episodes where I covered things like how to talk to other people about your journey to seek a diagnostic evaluation or how to tell people that you've received a new diagnosis of autism. 10 00:00:44,340 --> 00:00:53,270 We cover topics about how to process and navigate the emotions of other people during conversations about autism. 11 00:00:53,909 --> 00:01:01,279 And we also reviewed how to talk to someone that you are familiar with --someone in your family, 12 00:01:01,290 --> 00:01:05,739 someone that you know -- about the possibility that they are on the spectrum. 13 00:01:06,089 --> 00:01:08,930 Maybe they haven't thought about it that way, 14 00:01:08,940 --> 00:01:12,319 but you recognize some characteristics in them. 15 00:01:13,010 --> 00:01:18,069 I'm going to put a link to this series talking about autism in the show notes. 16 00:01:18,599 --> 00:01:26,940 But today you are joining me for episode number four in a series about intentional living on the autism spectrum, 17 00:01:28,309 --> 00:01:33,629 we all get into rhythms and routines that have a life of their own. 18 00:01:33,900 --> 00:01:36,000 Sometimes our schedules, 19 00:01:36,010 --> 00:01:37,540 what we typically do, 20 00:01:37,550 --> 00:01:41,440 what we don't do... things that crop up in our lives. 21 00:01:41,449 --> 00:01:56,860 They catch us up in their momentum and sometimes it's just nice to pause and to step back and really see if the life that we're living lines up with where we'd like to be in the future. 22 00:01:57,389 --> 00:02:01,150 Are we choosing this life? 23 00:02:01,160 --> 00:02:07,860 Are we being swept away without really pausing to make some choices and decisions? 24 00:02:08,440 --> 00:02:14,639 And certainly we can't have the final say in everything that our life entails. 25 00:02:14,649 --> 00:02:22,020 But we really will be able to capture more of our dreams and visions for the future 26 00:02:22,029 --> 00:02:27,259 if we pause and make choices that line up with those... 27 00:02:27,690 --> 00:02:29,339 those goals that we have. 28 00:02:31,770 --> 00:02:38,740 This need to pause and reevaluate our intentions and choices is a universal human need. 29 00:02:39,470 --> 00:02:49,300 But we're spending some time talking about this in the context of autism because sometimes the individual on the spectrum will struggle more with this, 30 00:02:49,750 --> 00:03:03,759 possibly because they have difficulty switching gears from the typical routine or maybe this individual has problems finding the energy or the momentum to get going with something new. 31 00:03:04,820 --> 00:03:12,910 This person may feel like it's challenging to get out of the hyper focus of the moment and to try to think long term. 32 00:03:13,919 --> 00:03:16,889 So in the first episode for this series, 33 00:03:16,899 --> 00:03:25,009 we talked about how to get to the point where you can actually choose a goal that is difficult in itself. 34 00:03:26,360 --> 00:03:35,020 We outlined several life categories that you could analyze to see if you would like to think of a goal in these categories. 35 00:03:35,940 --> 00:03:36,190 Now, 36 00:03:36,199 --> 00:03:41,110 the second episode was about how to make specific goals within a category. 37 00:03:41,990 --> 00:03:50,080 So we want the goal to help us shift from our current place and leave the boundaries of our comfort zone. 38 00:03:50,440 --> 00:03:58,820 But we don't want it to be overwhelming or self defeating because we picked a goal that's just too difficult, 39 00:03:58,830 --> 00:03:59,720 too big... 41 00:03:59,960 --> 00:04:02,059 feels insurmountable. 42 00:04:03,929 --> 00:04:16,660 The third episode in this series about living with intention had to do with strategies to reach goals within the area of health and wellness specifically with regulation. 43 00:04:17,278 --> 00:04:25,069 And this is often a good place to start in our lives when we're trying to grow and challenge ourselves. 44 00:04:25,079 --> 00:04:29,028 Because if we're setting goals, 45 00:04:29,199 --> 00:04:34,989 this is really us setting a goal to do difficult things. 46 00:04:35,290 --> 00:04:39,399 And if we're not regulated when we start these goals, 47 00:04:39,410 --> 00:04:41,750 if we're not feeling grounded, 48 00:04:41,760 --> 00:04:42,859 centered, 49 00:04:42,869 --> 00:04:45,609 calm and psychologically present, 50 00:04:45,750 --> 00:04:47,880 attentive and rested, 52 00:04:48,480 --> 00:04:56,290 it's really difficult to leave our comfort zone in any other area to really have intentional living. 53 00:04:56,619 --> 00:05:04,480 So it is often nice to make sure that we're really well regulated before we jump into any other goals. 54 00:05:05,790 --> 00:05:16,679 So now today you are listening to the fourth episode and we're going to focus on intentional living within communication and relationships. 55 00:05:17,359 --> 00:05:21,399 And you may be asking why do I need to have social goals? 56 00:05:21,570 --> 00:05:22,010 Well, 57 00:05:22,019 --> 00:05:22,950 you don't, 58 00:05:23,149 --> 00:05:30,350 your communication and your social network don't have to match any particular template that others use. 59 00:05:30,420 --> 00:05:32,489 But at the same time, 60 00:05:32,500 --> 00:05:35,619 if you have a vision for your future, 61 00:05:36,269 --> 00:05:44,089 you may need to grow in certain areas of communication or connection so that you can meet the goals that you do have. 62 00:05:45,309 --> 00:05:46,640 For example, 63 00:05:46,649 --> 00:05:52,359 one person may want to become a history teacher because they love history. 64 00:05:52,959 --> 00:05:54,299 That is a great goal. 65 00:05:54,309 --> 00:05:59,600 It's a way of sharing your love of a topic with other people. 66 00:06:00,269 --> 00:06:04,579 But you'll also need to have some skills for communication, 67 00:06:04,589 --> 00:06:08,549 updates with your work team and with your students and families. 68 00:06:08,579 --> 00:06:11,079 Maybe about projects or grades, 69 00:06:11,350 --> 00:06:18,500 you'll have to have communication skills to interact with people who are really upset with you or disagree with you. 70 00:06:19,329 --> 00:06:26,329 Maybe you'll be put in charge of a major project for the school and you'll have to present on the topic. 71 00:06:27,269 --> 00:06:29,600 If you already have these skills, 72 00:06:29,609 --> 00:06:30,709 that's super, 73 00:06:30,720 --> 00:06:32,869 you don't need to grow in this area. 74 00:06:33,239 --> 00:06:43,220 But if you don't focusing on this area of growth may help you in the future as you take your path toward your ultimate goals. 75 00:06:44,989 --> 00:06:55,670 Another example would be someone who's just retired and maybe they're finding it difficult to connect or get along with their partner now that they're both at home a lot. 76 00:06:56,190 --> 00:07:01,600 So perhaps this person has a goal to connect in a more effective way. 77 00:07:01,709 --> 00:07:09,320 She may have a goal for communication and connecting in the home with this new life season of retirement. 78 00:07:11,369 --> 00:07:12,309 In contrast, 79 00:07:12,320 --> 00:07:15,920 you may be someone who's all set in this area. 80 00:07:16,170 --> 00:07:17,190 But in the future, 81 00:07:17,200 --> 00:07:26,429 you may want to have some things tucked away for different tasks or goals that crop up along the way this episode may be for you. 82 00:07:27,339 --> 00:07:39,309 So let's focus on three things to keep in mind that may help you reach a goal for more effective communication and connection in a particular area of your life. 83 00:07:40,220 --> 00:07:41,350 And let's face it, 84 00:07:41,359 --> 00:07:46,690 you are probably already super good at communicating about topics, 85 00:07:46,700 --> 00:07:47,929 facts, 86 00:07:47,940 --> 00:07:49,149 details, 87 00:07:49,380 --> 00:07:58,790 things like teaching about history or telling your partner that we're out of milk and somebody's got to get this supply at the store. 88 00:07:59,600 --> 00:07:59,910 Well, 89 00:07:59,920 --> 00:08:07,660 the trickier area of communication more often shows up when we're in an interaction and we start thinking, 90 00:08:07,670 --> 00:08:08,250 wow, 91 00:08:08,260 --> 00:08:10,339 what just happened here? 92 00:08:10,920 --> 00:08:16,299 What did this person react to in this conversation? 93 00:08:16,309 --> 00:08:18,799 I'm not even sure where they're coming from. 94 00:08:18,970 --> 00:08:21,399 I don't know what this person wants from me. 95 00:08:22,059 --> 00:08:23,109 After all, 96 00:08:23,119 --> 00:08:25,549 I was right about what I said. 97 00:08:26,040 --> 00:08:29,429 So why all this emotion or all this up and down? 98 00:08:30,100 --> 00:08:36,469 Let's look at a few areas of focus that can balance out that connection piece. 99 00:08:36,989 --> 00:08:38,070 First of all, 100 00:08:38,080 --> 00:08:42,669 I want to introduce and bring more into your awareness, 101 00:08:42,679 --> 00:08:45,349 this focus on the other. 102 00:08:46,200 --> 00:08:49,210 So when you are communicating with someone, 103 00:08:49,219 --> 00:08:51,409 whether that is a history teacher, 104 00:08:51,419 --> 00:08:55,380 talking to a parent or a woman who's just retired, 105 00:08:55,390 --> 00:08:56,710 talking to her partner. 106 00:08:57,080 --> 00:09:05,799 There is a difference between communication that's factually correct and communication that is effective. 107 00:09:07,400 --> 00:09:09,309 It helps to be correct. 108 00:09:10,020 --> 00:09:13,549 But we also want communication that's more than correct. 109 00:09:13,559 --> 00:09:15,630 We want it to be productive, 110 00:09:15,739 --> 00:09:16,489 helpful, 111 00:09:16,500 --> 00:09:18,710 valuable and fruitful. 112 00:09:19,380 --> 00:09:21,880 So remember what your goals are, 113 00:09:22,369 --> 00:09:36,729 is your goal to strengthen your relationship with your partner? is your goal to be a history teacher? ...and all these other goals you might have where communication and connection are important to meet that goal. 114 00:09:37,030 --> 00:09:52,440 One way to improve the effectiveness of our communication is to be able to pause during an interaction and focus on the other person rather than on the topic. 115 00:09:53,280 --> 00:09:55,710 And sometimes to be honest, 116 00:09:56,559 --> 00:10:03,530 this whole interaction happens and we never pause and we're a bit surprised and taken aback. 117 00:10:03,710 --> 00:10:08,690 And we process things after that's OK too. 118 00:10:09,489 --> 00:10:16,400 The goal eventually will be able to pause and process a bit during the interaction to adjust. 119 00:10:16,760 --> 00:10:22,270 But we may start by analyzing and thinking through things after the fact, 120 00:10:23,789 --> 00:10:26,580 focus on the other person. 121 00:10:26,590 --> 00:10:32,859 So ask yourself things like what does this person need from me right now? 122 00:10:33,369 --> 00:10:37,549 Other than being correct about the facts, 123 00:10:37,559 --> 00:10:38,150 I'm saying, 124 00:10:38,159 --> 00:10:44,359 what do they need from me in the social conversation? 125 00:10:46,299 --> 00:11:04,739 Maybe they need to feel heard or they need you to understand how difficult their day has been or they need you to know and really recognize their contribution to the team even though you've decided to take the work project in another direction. 126 00:11:05,359 --> 00:11:05,830 Now, 127 00:11:05,840 --> 00:11:11,169 these kinds of wonderings and kind of exploring these questions, 128 00:11:11,179 --> 00:11:17,400 this could be something that we do in a counseling or therapy session really in depth, 129 00:11:17,409 --> 00:11:17,979 right? 130 00:11:18,250 --> 00:11:24,849 So if you are trying to um process your relationship with your partner, 131 00:11:24,979 --> 00:11:29,270 maybe you process interactions with a therapist. 132 00:11:29,719 --> 00:11:38,489 But there are also probably a few things to say during these interactions that might help um you focus on the other, 133 00:11:38,669 --> 00:11:40,450 the other person's needs. 134 00:11:41,150 --> 00:11:43,260 So you could say things like, 135 00:11:43,510 --> 00:11:51,989 tell me more about how you're doing and what I can do to help? if somebody has come up to you and they're upset, 136 00:11:52,010 --> 00:11:53,450 they're emotional, 137 00:11:53,700 --> 00:11:56,630 they're in really a confrontational moment. 138 00:11:57,479 --> 00:12:05,929 -- Letting them know that you'd like to know how they're doing and what you can do to help ... can be a connecting moment. 139 00:12:07,650 --> 00:12:14,340 What do you want me to know that you feel like I don't understand about what your experience is. 140 00:12:15,489 --> 00:12:18,020 What are your needs in this situation? 141 00:12:18,030 --> 00:12:25,270 Tell me what you need... or I really value you and I do want to be part of the solution, 142 00:12:25,280 --> 00:12:26,530 not the problem. 143 00:12:28,989 --> 00:12:32,109 Do you need to say these specific words? 144 00:12:32,169 --> 00:12:32,840 No, 145 00:12:33,109 --> 00:12:40,169 it's important to make them your own and to match them to the person that you're talking to in the context. 146 00:12:40,179 --> 00:12:54,169 But the sentiment is there that you want good things to come out of this conversation that you want to know where they're coming from and what you can do um to advance things, 147 00:12:54,179 --> 00:12:54,849 support them, 148 00:12:54,859 --> 00:12:56,070 make things better. 149 00:12:58,150 --> 00:13:05,010 The basic idea is to pause and to ask for input about what they need in this situation. 150 00:13:05,380 --> 00:13:09,359 And it doesn't mean you have to change your opinion or your decisions. 151 00:13:09,369 --> 00:13:16,159 But in the midst of factual things like projects and chores making plans, 152 00:13:16,169 --> 00:13:23,619 there's still value that is found in recognizing the needs of the other during these interactions. 153 00:13:24,030 --> 00:13:31,809 And that can help bridge the gap from conversation that is factual to conversation, 154 00:13:31,820 --> 00:13:33,460 that is effective. 155 00:13:33,909 --> 00:13:36,419 The second thing I'd like you to keep in mind. 156 00:13:36,429 --> 00:13:45,219 And this is also a way of focusing on connecting with the other is the use of compliments and gratitude. 157 00:13:46,400 --> 00:13:55,640 This is another way that we can attend to the person and set the stage for the communication and the relationship. 158 00:13:56,309 --> 00:14:00,119 So some would say this person's only doing their job, 159 00:14:00,130 --> 00:14:03,520 why do I have to compliment them or thank them? 160 00:14:03,830 --> 00:14:05,400 I don't need that. 161 00:14:05,460 --> 00:14:06,460 I don't want that. 162 00:14:06,469 --> 00:14:07,859 I don't even like that. 163 00:14:09,039 --> 00:14:17,140 But this is a relatively easy thing that helps attend to what the other person needs even if you don't need it. 164 00:14:17,489 --> 00:14:22,489 So it sets the stage for people to understand how you view them. 165 00:14:23,099 --> 00:14:26,729 And when difficult things do happen in the relationship, 166 00:14:26,750 --> 00:14:33,030 the way that we interpret those may have to do with how this stage has been set in the past. 167 00:14:33,179 --> 00:14:34,150 For example, 168 00:14:34,159 --> 00:14:40,770 if is this a person who really knows for multiple examples in the past that you value them. 169 00:14:41,070 --> 00:14:45,000 And therefore this glitch in communication or this disagreement, 170 00:14:45,289 --> 00:14:46,669 it's tough, 171 00:14:47,150 --> 00:14:50,669 maybe it's unpleasant but it's not monumental. 172 00:14:51,500 --> 00:14:56,039 Or is this someone who really doesn't know that you value them? 173 00:14:56,049 --> 00:15:00,760 And therefore every communication glitch is really a big deal. 174 00:15:01,109 --> 00:15:04,580 So compliments and gratitude set the stage. 175 00:15:04,590 --> 00:15:07,260 This is how I think about you. 176 00:15:07,270 --> 00:15:09,419 This is how I think about our team. 177 00:15:09,479 --> 00:15:10,080 Again, 178 00:15:10,090 --> 00:15:11,140 I see you, 179 00:15:11,200 --> 00:15:16,099 I value you and it doesn't have to be mushy and emotional. 180 00:15:16,109 --> 00:15:18,840 It should fit the context and the person. 181 00:15:19,070 --> 00:15:19,789 But again, 182 00:15:19,799 --> 00:15:28,119 just a very uh brief uh effective way of adding to that connection during communication. 183 00:15:29,119 --> 00:15:32,179 Let's talk about two levels of compliment. 184 00:15:32,419 --> 00:15:40,890 One is a compliment about a skill or achievement and one is a compliment about a personal attribute. 185 00:15:41,530 --> 00:15:44,820 So the second one is really a higher level. 186 00:15:45,080 --> 00:15:52,830 Um and it gives a stronger message that I see you and I value you, 187 00:15:52,900 --> 00:15:56,789 not only do I see your product and I appreciate the product, 188 00:15:56,799 --> 00:16:00,590 but I see the person that produced that and, 189 00:16:00,599 --> 00:16:03,210 and I value your contribution. 190 00:16:04,179 --> 00:16:04,440 Now, 191 00:16:04,450 --> 00:16:11,880 they're both powerful and you can choose the type that you use based on how well you know the person, 192 00:16:11,890 --> 00:16:17,549 what your goal is in that social interaction and what else is happening in the context. 193 00:16:18,559 --> 00:16:19,530 For example, 194 00:16:19,539 --> 00:16:26,830 a partner who's trying to improve his relationship with his spouse could either say this is a delicious dinner. 195 00:16:26,840 --> 00:16:33,270 It's great to come home after all these pressured meetings to a really pleasant meal. 196 00:16:33,280 --> 00:16:35,549 And I thank you so much for fixing it. 197 00:16:36,700 --> 00:16:47,549 That would be a really nice way to set the relationship stage that you see the work that went into this and you've enjoyed the meal and you're grateful. 198 00:16:48,489 --> 00:16:48,900 Now, 199 00:16:48,909 --> 00:16:53,099 if it's a partner use this next level of compliment, 200 00:16:53,559 --> 00:17:04,060 he may have said you are such a great cook and you seem to know just what would help me unwind from a long and pressured day at work. 201 00:17:04,069 --> 00:17:06,140 I so appreciate that about you. 202 00:17:07,819 --> 00:17:14,420 Compliments and thank yous this gratitude and acknowledgement of the other, 203 00:17:14,739 --> 00:17:17,199 what they've brought the skill sets, 204 00:17:17,209 --> 00:17:19,609 they have individual attributes. 205 00:17:19,930 --> 00:17:27,670 This can all help set the stage for a relationship that the other person feels safe and happy with. 206 00:17:32,109 --> 00:17:36,300 The third way of adding to this communication, 207 00:17:36,310 --> 00:17:49,010 that's not only factual but also effective is to think about to identify and discuss topics and life events that are important to the other person, 208 00:17:49,290 --> 00:17:51,800 even when they are not important to you, 209 00:17:51,810 --> 00:17:54,119 you really honestly don't care about them. 210 00:17:55,420 --> 00:17:56,170 But again, 211 00:17:56,180 --> 00:17:59,310 we're looking for communication that's effective. 212 00:17:59,349 --> 00:18:11,849 And you're choosing those moments when you are really working toward your longer term goals that I do want to have a better work team relationship. 213 00:18:11,859 --> 00:18:16,250 I do want to be able to be an effective teacher. 214 00:18:16,569 --> 00:18:29,770 So listen for things that are important to the other person and this might be things about their family it's good to know with people that you see or work with on a regular basis. 215 00:18:29,780 --> 00:18:31,449 What's their partner's name? 216 00:18:31,459 --> 00:18:32,829 What are their kids' names? 217 00:18:32,839 --> 00:18:35,770 What family are they interacting with? 218 00:18:35,780 --> 00:18:37,280 Who do they live with? 219 00:18:37,420 --> 00:18:41,880 Maybe they're talking about taking their son to his soccer tournament this weekend. 220 00:18:43,329 --> 00:18:47,650 This may be topics that they're passionate about but you are not. 221 00:18:48,040 --> 00:18:55,550 Maybe they love sci-fi movies or quilting might even be milestones in their life. 222 00:18:55,560 --> 00:18:59,459 It could be that they've had a birthday recently or a marriage anniversary. 223 00:18:59,910 --> 00:19:04,699 Maybe they've moved into a new apartment or purchased their first home. 224 00:19:05,670 --> 00:19:08,849 Even though these things are not important to you, 225 00:19:09,140 --> 00:19:18,819 they are important to the other and connecting in a more effective way with this person is part of your intentional life choice. 226 00:19:19,500 --> 00:19:27,630 You may consider making an effort to interact with this person once a week or once a month just to ask about things that are important to them. 227 00:19:28,849 --> 00:19:34,180 You don't have to know about the topic in order to bring it up in conversation. 228 00:19:34,329 --> 00:19:35,579 So people will say, 229 00:19:35,589 --> 00:19:36,119 well, 230 00:19:36,150 --> 00:19:39,599 not only do I not know about sci-fi movies, 231 00:19:39,609 --> 00:19:44,859 but I'm really not at all interested and I don't know what I would say. 232 00:19:45,969 --> 00:19:47,300 Um That's ok, 233 00:19:47,829 --> 00:19:49,219 this is about them. 234 00:19:49,229 --> 00:19:54,540 The goal is not to add content and correct factual information. 235 00:19:54,550 --> 00:20:03,560 The goal is to connect effectively and to set the stage of connection and you can do that without any factual knowledge. 236 00:20:04,680 --> 00:20:08,869 So you could say I don't know much about that topic. 237 00:20:09,329 --> 00:20:09,349 Uh, 238 00:20:09,359 --> 00:20:11,550 what do you like most about it? 239 00:20:11,729 --> 00:20:13,750 What first got you interested in, 240 00:20:14,270 --> 00:20:15,489 in that area? 241 00:20:16,180 --> 00:20:18,310 What's coming up related to that topic? 242 00:20:18,319 --> 00:20:18,410 So, 243 00:20:18,420 --> 00:20:22,829 let's say this is the sci-fi lover and you might say, 244 00:20:22,839 --> 00:20:23,369 hey, 245 00:20:23,510 --> 00:20:26,630 any big movies coming up that you're gonna go see. 246 00:20:27,290 --> 00:20:28,660 I'm not, 247 00:20:28,670 --> 00:20:28,920 um, 248 00:20:28,930 --> 00:20:30,920 up on what's at the movie theater. 249 00:20:31,260 --> 00:20:31,579 Um, 250 00:20:31,589 --> 00:20:42,010 so then this invites them to talk about their favorite topic And then later you could ask them how the movie was or someone who has, 251 00:20:42,020 --> 00:20:42,319 um, 252 00:20:42,329 --> 00:20:52,209 a real love for fish tanks and fish and little um villages in the fish tank that they build. 253 00:20:52,219 --> 00:20:53,170 Um You could say, 254 00:20:53,180 --> 00:20:53,420 hey, 255 00:20:53,430 --> 00:20:55,920 any new fish in your fish tank lately, 256 00:20:55,930 --> 00:20:57,229 what if you got that's new? 257 00:20:57,239 --> 00:20:58,510 Do you have a picture? 258 00:20:59,290 --> 00:21:04,520 So the purpose is not to contribute to a topic. 259 00:21:04,530 --> 00:21:06,969 The purpose is not to be correct. 260 00:21:07,000 --> 00:21:09,329 The purpose is to say, 261 00:21:09,339 --> 00:21:09,739 hey, 262 00:21:09,750 --> 00:21:10,500 I see you. 263 00:21:10,510 --> 00:21:11,500 I hear you. 264 00:21:11,839 --> 00:21:16,969 Um And I'm really acknowledging what's important to you. 265 00:21:17,359 --> 00:21:18,319 You could say, 266 00:21:18,329 --> 00:21:18,540 hey, 267 00:21:18,550 --> 00:21:21,260 how did the move to your new apartment go this weekend? 268 00:21:21,270 --> 00:21:22,959 Did you get hit with the rain? 269 00:21:24,160 --> 00:21:28,770 You can acknowledge what a big job it is to move and say, 270 00:21:28,780 --> 00:21:29,140 hey, 271 00:21:29,150 --> 00:21:31,209 I hope you feel settled in soon. 272 00:21:31,859 --> 00:21:33,250 You could say, 273 00:21:33,260 --> 00:21:35,650 how did your son's soccer tournament go? 274 00:21:35,969 --> 00:21:37,550 Did he feel good about it? 275 00:21:38,199 --> 00:21:41,689 Did you get to visit any interesting places or? 276 00:21:41,699 --> 00:21:44,109 I'm so glad you guys have that opportunity. 277 00:21:44,219 --> 00:21:45,790 What a big commitment that is, 278 00:21:45,800 --> 00:21:56,670 but I'm sure you'll have lots of great memories and perhaps you set a goal where you're going to ask someone on your work team, 279 00:21:56,680 --> 00:22:04,550 a follow up question once a week or three times a week and you're gonna rotate people. 280 00:22:05,400 --> 00:22:16,810 This is a way to make the goal real and to keep that intentionality in mind while working toward the goals that you do have. 281 00:22:17,229 --> 00:22:17,579 Now, 282 00:22:17,589 --> 00:22:22,260 there is so much we could cover about communicating and connecting. 283 00:22:22,599 --> 00:22:29,119 But hopefully this episode gives you some concrete things to use today in your relationships. 284 00:22:29,380 --> 00:22:36,319 We've reviewed the importance of pausing during an interaction to think about or ask the person what they need. 285 00:22:36,790 --> 00:22:45,790 We reviewed types of compliments and ways of expressing gratitude and how these can set the stage for helping with future interactions. 286 00:22:46,280 --> 00:22:57,229 And we reviewed that acknowledging what topics and life events are important to the other person can also really increase the value and fruitfulness of an interaction. 287 00:22:58,829 --> 00:23:03,979 If you want to dive deeper into communication and connection topics, 288 00:23:04,199 --> 00:23:06,560 there are great resources out there. 289 00:23:07,050 --> 00:23:07,420 Now, 290 00:23:07,430 --> 00:23:11,130 I don't have any financial interest in any of these products. 291 00:23:11,170 --> 00:23:16,859 I'm just offering some ideas of things that have helped or helped my clients in the past. 292 00:23:17,619 --> 00:23:25,219 I've linked some of my favorites in the show notes and one is a great book called The Science of Making Friends, 293 00:23:25,250 --> 00:23:30,760 which highlights strategies from the peers program that's out of U C L A. 294 00:23:31,160 --> 00:23:34,910 And there are chapters on finding and choosing good friends, 295 00:23:35,339 --> 00:23:37,579 elements of good conversations, 296 00:23:37,949 --> 00:23:39,680 dealing with arguments, 297 00:23:39,689 --> 00:23:41,290 handling and addressing, 298 00:23:41,300 --> 00:23:43,569 teasing and cyberbullying, 299 00:23:43,890 --> 00:23:48,239 minimizing rumors and gossip and changing a bad reputation. 300 00:23:48,589 --> 00:23:48,959 Now, 301 00:23:48,969 --> 00:23:53,699 this is a book that's focused on an audience of teens and young adults. 302 00:23:54,239 --> 00:24:00,270 I like to take those kind of books and apply the basic concepts to whatever age group I'm working with. 303 00:24:00,489 --> 00:24:03,550 But if you really don't relate to books in that way, 304 00:24:03,560 --> 00:24:09,130 and it's going to be distracting if people in the examples are from a different generation, 305 00:24:09,199 --> 00:24:10,989 that book may not be for you. 306 00:24:11,479 --> 00:24:16,920 There are also well known books such as Better Small Talk by Patrick King, 307 00:24:17,319 --> 00:24:25,550 How To Win Friends and Influence people by Dale Carnegie and Crucial Conversations by multiple people, 308 00:24:25,560 --> 00:24:27,959 Joseph Granny Carri Patterson, 309 00:24:28,000 --> 00:24:30,569 Ron mcmillan and Switzer. 310 00:24:31,390 --> 00:24:40,640 This book is a great tool to expand your skills at persuasion without being abrasive and to engage in conversations. 311 00:24:40,650 --> 00:24:44,439 Even when emotions are really running high, 312 00:24:44,770 --> 00:24:46,979 we're gonna need to know how to do that. 313 00:24:46,989 --> 00:24:51,859 If we're gonna be in connecting relationships that are really fruitful. 314 00:24:52,339 --> 00:24:58,449 There are many other great sources out there as well and I encourage you to find some that speak to you. 315 00:24:58,530 --> 00:24:58,839 Well, 316 00:24:58,849 --> 00:25:04,819 thanks again for joining me for this fourth episode of The Living With Intention Series. 317 00:25:04,849 --> 00:25:10,410 If you have goals that require you to expand your repertoire for communicating and connecting, 318 00:25:10,589 --> 00:25:15,030 I hope these tips and resources are a great place to start. 319 00:25:15,819 --> 00:25:22,310 Join me next time as we continue this series about intentional living on the autism spectrum.
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