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Say That
490- Trunk Or Treat

Say That

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 71:58


How do you know when it's time to let a relationship go? (18:05-33:44) What can I do to stay sane in situations where things are just going to take time? (33:48-49:35) I've made big changes in my life. How do I know what parts of my old identity to keep or get rid of? (49:38-1:06:26) Closing Song: A Mighty Fortress (Lawson) Ask A Question: saythatpodcast@gmail.com thebridgechicago.tumblr.com/ask (Anonymous)

Afford Anything
Ask Paula: I'm Bored at Work, and I'm 14 Years from Retirement; Should I Tough It Out?

Afford Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 62:47


#344: Russell's job offers the option to contribute to a 457 plan. Since he's in the highest tax bracket, should he take advantage of the tax deferral offered through the 457 or invest within a taxable brokerage account? Anonymous is on track to be financially independent in 14 years, but isn't living up to her potential working a boring job. How can she live up to her potential and do more without sacrificing her quality of life? C wants to know what tax implications she should consider before working remotely from abroad? Daan is wondering if he should stake or lend his current cryptocurrency portfolio to make additional gains on assets he plans to hold long-term? Do you have a question on business, money, trade-offs, financial independence strategies, travel, or investing? Leave it here and we'll answer them in a future episode. For more information, visit the show notes at https://affordanything.com/episode344

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 21-404 - Supply-Chain

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 38:40


In this episode, a suggestion was made to let the Mexican cartel help Biden with the supply-chain issues. Shipping costs, Manufacturing costs, Distribution costs all going up, up, up - while Biden's poll numbers are going down.

Wrestling Anonymous
22. My Nephew Is Colt Cabana

Wrestling Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 34:54


Anonymous phone calls from Wrestling Fans all over the world. Curated by AEW Wrestler, Colt Cabana. Be a part of the show by calling: 87-CABANA-34 (872-222-6234) or sending a voice memo to: 87CABANA34@gmail.comSponsor:www.BlueChew.com (Code: COLT)www.EatToEvolve.com (Code: COLT)www.ColtMerch.comwww.ColtCabana.comMusic by:twitter.com/MattKoonMusicPodcast Art by:instagram.com/Donna619

The Unfortunate Sandwich
Halloween, Hallelujah Night, and Squid Game. - The Unfortunate Sandwich Ep 9

The Unfortunate Sandwich

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 21:03


In today's episode, we'll be talking about Halloween, Hallelujah night, and Squid Game. Grab some snacks and lets chat! As with all episodes, there is a TRIGGER WARNING. We will be talking about religious abuse. If you would like to send questions for a chance to have them answered on the show, please email me at: theunfortunatesandwich@gmail.com Please state your name as ANONYMOUS if you prefer for me not to use your first name. Looking forward to hearing from you!! Let's connect online: INSTAGRAM TIKTOK FACEBOOK

Black Mass Appeal: For the Modern Satanist
Episode 107 - Hellhounds: Satanic Werewolf Myths

Black Mass Appeal: For the Modern Satanist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 113:56


It's almost Halloween again, and we're positively panting for some sinful seasonal content. Here to chat with us about the hairy history of Satanic werewolf myths is artist Holly M Crawford, of the Nomadic Werewolf Museum.   SHOW LINKS Holly M Crawford and the Nomadic Werewolf Museum Journal of the Fantastic In the Arts: "Wolves, Witches, and Werewolves: Lycanthropy and Witchcraft from 1423 to 1700," by Jane P Davidson and Bob Canino (1990) The Conversation: The Ancient Origins of Werewolves, by Tanika Koosmen Werewolf: The Images & the Trials, by Ying Tung Lo (Masters Thesis, University of Oulu) Modern Farmer: “Old Time Farm Crime: The Werewolf Farmer of Bedburg,” by Andrew Amelinckx All That's Interesting: “The Werewolf Panic That Swept Europe,” by John Kuroski “The King's Mirror,” by Anonymous (1250) Transcript of the trial of Old Thiess, a Livonian werewolf (1691) JSTOR Daily: “Depressed People Aren't Villains,” by KC Mead-Brewer Feel the Burn: “Satanic Sinema: Satanism In ‘The Wolf Man,'” Daniel Walker (2019) Moonlight: A Queer Werewolf Anthology by Bones McKay   GET IN TOUCH WITH BLACK MASS APPEAL Facebook Twitter Instagram Patreon Tabitha Slander's Instagram Discord server   SATANIC BAY AREA Website Facebook Twitter (as @SatanicSF) Instagram Sign up for Satanic Bay Area's newsletter On TikTok as DailyBaphirmations Coffee Hour is the third TUESDAY of every month from 6 – 8 pm at Wicked Grounds in San Francisco!

The Tolkien Road
0261 » The Silmarillion » A Tale of Two Endings » Keith Mathison » Middle-earth Eschatology

The Tolkien Road

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 54:23


In episode 261, we're discussing Tolkien's ORIGINAL and far more detailed ending to The Silmarillion. We're delighted to be joined once again by Keith Mathison. read The Silmarillion - A Tale of Two Endings  WATCH THE EPISODE  EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Andrew T, John R, Ms. Anonymous, Redhawk ***THIS EPISODE WAS RELEASED 3 DAYS EARLY AND AD-FREE FOR OUR PATRONS!*** CONTENTS:- Christopher Tolkien's dilemma » 3:20 - A Tale of Two Endings? » 5:30 - The published ending » 10:58 - The other ending » The Second Prophecy of Mandos » 13:02 - Why did Christopher go with the published version? » 18:40 - 7 Reasons why the other version is better » 23:16 (Eucatastrophe, On Fairy-stories, The Waldman Letter, Tom Bombadil, Galadriel, Athrabeth, etc) LINKS:- What Did Gandalf REALLY Look Like? Here's What JRR Tolkien Says In The Nature Of Middle-earth » https://youtu.be/v0ejOhONshg - buy Tolkien's Requiem: https://tolkiensrequiem.com/ - buy Tolkien's Overture: https://tolkiensoverture.com/ SPECIAL THANKS: - Andrew T - John R - Ms. Anonymous - Redhawk - Kaitlyn of Tea with Tolkien - Shannon S - Brian O - Emilio P - Zeke F - James A - James L - Chris L - Chuck F - Asya V - Ish of the Hammer - Teresa C - David of Pints with Jack - Jonathan D - Eric S - Joey S - Eric B - Johanna T - Mike M - Robert H - Paul D - Julia - Werty

Intimate Covenant Podcast - biblical perspective for a fuller marriage and extraordinary sex
63: Retreat Q&A, part 2 (hygiene, sex aversion, sexual trauma, striving w/o pressuring)

Intimate Covenant Podcast - biblical perspective for a fuller marriage and extraordinary sex

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 44:08


In this episode, Matt & Jenn share segments from the 2021 Annual Marriage Retreat Q&A session, recorded with a live audience. We tackle topics including sexy hygiene, dealing with aversion to the sex act, overcoming sexual trauma, and how to "keep striving" without pressuring.We also want to recognize our Retreat sponsors again. THANK YOU! Married Dance — marrieddance.comWebsites that Sell — websitesthatsell.comGhost Sherpa — ghostsherpa.comInfiniteMoon — infinitemoon.comMentionables — mentionables.comDating Divas — thedatingdivas.comUberlube — uberlube.comTo send your comments, questions and suggestions, go to our website: www.intimatecovenant.com/podcast and click on the button: “Connect with the Podcast” for an ANONYMOUS submission form. Or, send an email: podcast@intimatecovenant.com Thanks for sharing, rating and subscribing! Cherishing, Matt & Jenn PS — If you are interested in bringing Matt & Jenn to your church or small group to speak about the beauty of God's plan for marriage and sexuality, please contact us: podcast@intimatecovenant.com www.intimatecovenant.com Intimate Covenant | Matt & Jenn Schmidt

Eyewitness Beauty
63: Q&A With An Anonymous Beauty Product Developer

Eyewitness Beauty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 56:06


Annie and Nick ask product development consultant $%#* (name redacted to protect his privacy) a whole slew of reader-submitted questions. @#($* sheds light on the Vitamin A landscape (retinol, retinoids, tretinoin, etc), the most underrated skincare ingredient, the role of a product developer in a beauty company, and more. Subscribe to our Patreon at patreon.com/eyewitnessbeauty. Support us!

I'm Quitting Alcohol
2 Years 153 days - The Process #9

I'm Quitting Alcohol

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 10:19


I'm Quitting Alcohol, is a 5 minute daily podcast by comedian David Boyle. Join Boyle as he transitions from Alcoholic maniac to sober lunatic and attempts to process the past 20 years of booze soaked mayhem. To listen from DAY 1 head to SPOTIFY. quit, alcoholic, drinking, sober, real, stories, laugh, drugs, true, sex, love, quitting, alcoholics, recovery, body, anxiety, depression, love, giving up, anonymous, soul, change, addiction, withdrawal, dance, sober, quit, success, relationships, recovery, answer, transforming, health, resource, healing, alcoholism, giving, up

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Phone Users Anonymous

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 129:04


Today on Boston Public Radio: Rep. Katherine Clark discusses President Joe Biden's spending plan, including the importance of childcare funding, and updates listeners on the state of Democratic negotiations. Clark is assistant house speaker and represents the Fifth District of Massachusetts. Then, we ask listeners about their thoughts on vaccine mandates in Massachusetts and the politicization of vaccines, as New Hampshire residents push back against public health efforts. Sue O'Connell talks about Texas' child welfare agency removing resources for LGBTQ youth from its webpage, and an upcoming walkout by transgender Netflix employees over Dave Chappelle's latest comedy special. O'Connell is the co-publisher of Bay Windows and the South End News, as well as NECN's political commentator and explainer-in-chief. Shirley Leung breaks down latest proposals to address the crisis at Mass. and Cass, and tells the story of a woman from New Jersey who drove north to look for her son there. Leung is a business columnist for The Boston Globe and a Boston Public Radio contributor. Andy Ihnatko talks about how iPhones can now track location even when turned off, so that the Find my iPhone feature can locate the device. He also discusses bipartisan efforts in Congress to bar tech companies from giving preferential treatment to their own products. Ihnatko is a tech writer and blogger, posting at Ihnatko.com. We end the show by asking listeners for their tips on tackling phone addiction.

Strangerville
Episode 182: Stepping Out

Strangerville

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021


This time in Strangerville, did you hear about our kidney donation? Meg is trying to potty train a human and there is pee everywhere. And an Amish man anonymously writes about his experience living in his community in the closet.  Story: Stepping Out, by Anonymous (read by Adam Berg) (music by Benny Martin Piano) Production by … Continue reading Episode 182: Stepping Out →

Sports Cards Anonymous Podcast
Sports Card Anonymous Podcast: Interview w/ Josh (cardboard Chronicles) Co-Founder of Card ladder

Sports Cards Anonymous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 27:15


We're pushing out 4+ videos each week around Sports Card Collecting and Investing, be sure to like and sub if you want to stay up to date on all the latest Hobby news and trends!Card Ladder Affiliate Link: https://app.cardladder.com/signup?via=dakotaSTARSTOCK PROMO CODE: SCANONFollow me on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/SCAnonymous_YTFeel free to email me at: sportscardsanonymousyt@gmail.comStarstock PSA Submission Template: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1fWVzU2KwrbkihlrMVIGyd1WX4-ko4WKArSa-D5nrI-w/edit?usp=sharingSTARSTOCK SUBMISSION TEMPLATE: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1X08wgcpDrXbaaFWc0PrGwxSkkaPWEXQw812EC2j645U/edit#gid=0

I'm Quitting Alcohol
2 Years 152 days - Fucked Up Fridays

I'm Quitting Alcohol

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 18:11


I'm Quitting Alcohol, is a 5 minute daily podcast by comedian David Boyle. Join Boyle as he transitions from Alcoholic maniac to sober lunatic and attempts to process the past 20 years of booze soaked mayhem. To listen from DAY 1 head to SPOTIFY. quit, alcoholic, drinking, sober, real, stories, laugh, drugs, true, sex, love, quitting, alcoholics, recovery, body, anxiety, depression, love, giving up, anonymous, soul, change, addiction, withdrawal, dance, sober, quit, success, relationships, recovery, answer, transforming, health, resource, healing, alcoholism, giving, up

Your Anxiety Toolkit
206: Fierce Self-Compassion (with Kristen Neff)

Your Anxiety Toolkit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 19:11


This is Your Anxiety Toolkit - Episode 206. Welcome back, everybody. How are we doing? We are on week 3 of the Self-Compassion Challenge. So welcome if you are new and you haven't caught up with our Self-Compassion Challenge. We are doing a 30-day Self-Compassion Challenge for everybody, so everyone can dabble in their self-compassion practice, maybe strengthen their self-compassion practice, and hopefully thrive with their self-compassion practice. Today, we're going to talk about the roadblocks to self-compassion. Now, this is coming directly from my new book called The Self-Compassion Workbook For OCD. However, even if you don't have OCD, this will apply to you. I did a poll on Instagram with almost a thousand people who wrote in and polled on the biggest roadblocks that they're having, and I've compiled it. Thankfully, I used it in the book. The cool news is there were so many people who agreed on those top eight roadblocks. So I wanted to share them with you today. We're going to go through each and every single one. But before we do that, I would like to first do the “I did a hard thing” segment. Now, for those of you who are new, welcome. The “I did a hard thing” segment is where you write in and you tell me the hard thing that you have done. Today's is from anonymous, and they have said: “I just got on a ship for a daily trip and I forgot to take with me my medication. I don't use the medication that much, but I do feel safe when I have them with me. This makes me anxious, but I am choosing to manage my anxiety.” How cool is that? Sometimes things don't go as we plan, and we have to rely on all of our tools and it sounds like Anonymous is doing that in an amazing way. All right. I have been doing a review of the week for people who submit a review for the podcast. However, as I'm recording this, the reviews have started to come in for the book and I couldn't help myself but share the very first review for the book. It made my heart explode. I was taking a walk. My friend called me to tell me there was a review, and I basically burst into tears. So here we go: “I've read a number of books on OCD in the past, but Kimberley's emphasis on self-compassion and its place in the ERP process is so, so refreshing and so very important. This is a must-read for anyone with OCD or anyone helping a loved one through OCD. It is a beautiful day to do hard things.” Thank you so much for that amazing review. The reviews literally are changing my life. Oh my goodness, I can't tell you, when you write a book, there is so much anxiety involved, at least there was for me. And so to have people enjoy the book is just literally the most amazing thing. The most amazing thing. I had no idea. Number one, total massive respect to any author of any kind. Writing a book is very, very hard. And so, I'm just honored to be able to help people in that format as well as this format, and in addition to CBT School and in my practice. What a joy. All right. Let's get to the show. Let's talk about the Common Roadblocks to Self-Compassion. Now, the first one is related to OCD. Like I said, if you don't have OCD, stay with me because the rest are really going to maybe resonate with you, but this one is very much hands down, was the number one roadblock people reported who have OCD to have a roadblock with self-compassion. 1. “I do not deserve self-compassion because of the content of my obsessions.” In the book, we go through each and every one of these in detail, but today I'm just gonna quickly knock each one of them out. So here we go. Your obsessions do not determine whether you are worthy or deserving of self-compassion. The minute you say that, you're giving too much importance to your thoughts, feelings, sensations, and urges. So the big thing to remember here is, your job is to have these obsessions and not respond to them as if they're important, and to practice taking care of yourself, whether you have them or not, that this idea that you're not deserving of them is completely false. In fact, we talk a lot about calculations in the workbook. Some people like we have these weird algebraic calculations where we go, me + obsessions = undeserving, or me + intrusive thoughts = I'm a bad person. I want you to keep an eye out for these little nuanced calculations that you have in your mind because they are dead wrong. Your thoughts are thoughts. Your feelings are feelings. Your sensations are sensations. You are not disqualified from being treated with respect and kindness because of them. 2. “I am not worthy of self-compassion because I have a mental illness.” Now in the book, we use a case study where we talk about this idea of stigma around mental illness. I really want to urge you, as I do in the book, to start to break this belief that there is anything wrong with you for struggling with a mental illness. We have to be the change here. We have to lead by example. If you have a mental illness and someone has shamed you, or you've experienced the stigma of that, your job is to be the change by treating yourself how you would treat anybody else who was struggling with a mental illness. And that would be with kindness and respect and care and nurturing. You're not disqualified, again, because you have a mental illness. There is nothing wrong with having a mental us. That doesn't mean you're less worthy, less valuable, less successful, less lovable. We have to break through all of those faulty beliefs we have around mental illness because it's no different to a medical illness. In my belief, the more you suffer, the more you tend to that suffering with kindness. It's not like, oh, well, some suffering is okay. We'll give some of my suffering kindness, but not the ones with mental illness because society has told me that there's something wrong with that, which is absolutely incorrect. 3. “I am too preoccupied with anxiety, panic, and uncertainty to practice self-compassion.” This is a common one, and I fall into this category as well. Sometimes when we're anxious, we rush too much, we speed along, we try to push it away, and we don't stop to go, “Wait, maybe I could be just kind. Maybe I could just be really gentle with myself while I feel anxious. Maybe I could slow down and tend to my anxiety.” Maybe that's the answer instead of trying to push it away or have it be gone, because that is the answer. 4. “It feels wrong to practice self-compassion.” Now, this is a really good definition of what we would call “emotional reasoning.” It goes under the cognitive distortion that, just because I feel it, it must be true. Now, just because things feel wrong doesn't actually mean they're wrong. It's often because you've been taught for many years based on society or your family about what's right and wrong, and we've never stopped to question, is that even true? Because it's not wrong to practice self-compassion. In fact, it's effective to practice self-compassion. It's helpful to practice self-compassion. We've already sort of declared you're worthy and deserving of practicing self-compassion. So your job is, even though it feels wrong, do it anyway. Do it anyway. It might feel awkward and weird to start with, do it anyway. It might feel bizarre and self-centered, do it anyway. That's what we want to do. 5. “Self-criticism and self-punishment are how I motivate myself.” Whoa, this one is so strong for some people. So many of my patients and clients have told me in the past, “If I don't beat myself up, I'm going to turn, you know, it's the only way I get myself to do things.” And I often say, “Okay, maybe that's true. It might work. You might find that self-punishment and self-criticism does motivate you. But is there possibly a more effective way? Is there possibly another way that you can motivate yourself? And yes, self-compassion can be used as a motivational force. Is there another way you could do it that actually doesn't create more problems?” In the book, one of the main concepts I talk about is compassionate responsibility, which is where you honor what your needs are, and sometimes that you do need to get things done. So you practice motivating yourself using what we call a kind coach voice instead of a critical voice. Both have the same outcome. Both are motivational. One tends to bring you down and the other one tends to cheer you on and make you feel empowered. Let's choose the latter. Let's choose the voice that says “You can do it. Keep going. You've got this. Keep trying. It's okay that you fell down. Just one minute at a time, get up and keep trying,” instead of the critical voice and the punishing behaviors and voices. 6. “What if self-compassion makes me lazy?” This goes together with the last one. A lot of people are afraid that if they're self-compassionate that they'll just become some sloth that doesn't do things and lets themselves go. I'm here to say, no. If that's what happens, that's not self-compassion anyway. Self-compassion is doing what you need to live a good life. It's not letting yourself off the hook all the time. Sometimes it can be to say, “You've had a rough day, it's time to rest.” But a lot of the time it's saying, “Yeah, you've got some hard things to do.” Let's be so gentle and so encouraging of you as you do those hard things. The whole phrase “It's a beautiful day to do hard things” is a self-compassionate statement. You just didn't know it yet. We didn't call it that, but that's what it is. The thing to remember here is, maybe you want to check your definition of lazy and weak. For me, this has been a huge part of my recovery, especially having a chronic illness and mental struggles. Is taking time off to rest really the definition of weak and lazy? No, it's just what human beings do. Humans need to rest so that they can restore themselves to go and do amazing hard things. Sometimes we're taught to believe that you should never rest, and you should never be lazy. And so you don't give yourself that basic need of restorative rest. So, so important. 7. “What if practicing self-compassion makes me snap or lose control?” Now, this is a big one, particularly for people with anxiety. This comes under the misconception that we must constantly brace ourselves for the worst. We must constantly be hypervigilant and hyper-aware of all the possible dangers. And so we have to constantly be scanning for danger, looking for danger, what's going on, what could go wrong. We know, number one, that that's compulsive in nature. It keeps you stuck in anxiety. But it also is a block, a roadblock to your ability to tend to your suffering, tend to the sensations that are uncomfortable, the feelings that bring pain to you. So an exposure, we want to actually practice not engaging in those hypervigilant behaviors and practice being uncertain on whether you will snap or not, or lose control or not, and just tolerate the uncertainty of that. Sometimes self-compassion is an exposure in and of itself because when you're practicing self-compassion, you're not engaging in those compulsive rituals that keep you stuck in that cycle. It's really, really cool that it can be both an emotionally intelligent behavior, but also be an exposure. It's like to bang for your buck, I guess. 8. “Practicing self-compassion makes me self-centered.” Now, we've had amazing guests on the podcast who have addressed this, but I will address it again. Being self-centered is not the definition of self-compassion. Self-centeredness is this idea that we're egotistical and everything has to be about me and so forth. What I have found in my own practice is, the more self-compassionate I am, the more I'm able to tend to other people's needs and be aware of other people's struggles and difficulties because I'm connected to my suffering. The more I am aware and meet my suffering, the more I can acknowledge and be in relation with other people when they're suffering. I can sit with them and go, “Yes, me too.” I can tend to their pain without having to make it about me because I'm there for myself. I don't need other people to make it about me anymore because I have already tended to my needs. I have unconditionally been there for myself, so I can be there for other people. It's so, so important. So that is the top 8. In the workbook, I have room for others. There's lines where you could add your own and you might find you have your own roadblocks. They are valid too. Identify them and keep an eye on them. The main work here is once you catch them, and you know they're happening, you can then move on to dismiss them and correct them and move towards tending to your discomfort, being kind while you ride the waves of uncertainty and anxiety and discomfort. It's so, so important. It's so, so important. Let me go right to the top. You deserve this. YOU. Yes, you. I'm talking directly to you. I'm looking you right in the eye. I'm going to conclude this episode by saying YOU DESERVE SELF-COMPASSION. You are valuable. Your pain matters. You deserve kindness and respect and tenderness in your suffering. Your suffering is important. It's not irrelevant. It's not silly. It's not childish. It's important. You deserve to tend to that kindly. I'm talking to you right now. I hope you're listening. All right, folks sending you so much love. I hope that you're finding this Self-Compassion Challenge helpful. Continue to follow on the lives on Instagram. That's where we're doing tons of live work. Continue to look at the emails. If you're not signed up for the newsletter, please do. You can go to cbtschool.com and click on Resources and we can sign you up there. Or you can click on the show notes, we have links there where you can sign up and you will get all the challenges that you need for each day and each week. They're Monday through Friday, we take the weekends off because that's the self-compassionate thing to do. All my love to you. Really go and be gentle. Go and be kind. Go and honor and respect your own experience. It's so important. I'll talk to you soon.

Anime Addicts Anonymous
AAA 597: Light Novel Title Attack

Anime Addicts Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 107:28


Isekai anime based on light novels have some of the longest titles in anime. Therefore, the Anime Addicts discuss what some popular a1nime titles would be if they were light novel Isekai series We also do a review on the very popular anime title, Tokyo Revengers ------------------------------------------------------- Time Markers: -Big News of the Week: 5:00 -Main Topic: Light Novel Inspired Titles: 11:15 -News Break: 43:30 -Unexplored Pictures: 50:00 -Mailbags: 55:00 -Review: Tokyo Revengers: 1:01:30 ------------------------------------------------------- You can support the podcast in the following ways: Sign up at: http://www.aaapodcast.com/join Send a donation at: https://www.aaapodcast.com/donate Sign up at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AAAPodcast Thank you for your generosity and kindness. ------------------------------------------------------ You can also join our Discord Channel at: https://discordapp.com/invite/jFyUqgk ------------------------------------------------------

Real Life Ghost Stories
31 Days of Terror - Day 15

Real Life Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 29:34


Thank you to Izzy, Laura, Anonymous and Rhiannon for your stories!Visit our WEBSITE Subscribe to our PATREON Subscribe to our YOUTUBE CHANNELVisit our MERCH STORE See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Daytime Confidential
Overactors Anonymous

Daytime Confidential

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 56:35


On the latest Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe, Joshua Baldwin and Carly Silver dish the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines.  All this and more on the the latest Daytime Confidential episode! Twitter: @DCConfidential, @Luke_Kerr, @Mike Jubinville, @JillianBowe, Josh Baldwin and Carly Silver. Facebook: Daytime Confidential Subscribe to Daytime Confidential on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.

Geekoholics Anonymous Video Game Podcast
Metroid Dread, Nintendo Switch OLED Model, Back 4 Blood and more - Geekoholics Anonymous Podcast 327

Geekoholics Anonymous Video Game Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 127:06


On this weeks episode we blab about the following Games and topics: Whatcha Been Playing?   Metroid Dread Nintendo Switch OLED Model  Back 4 Blood Far Cry 6 News:Cross Platform / PC / Misc. Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition Officially Announced Marvel's Avengers Adds Paid XP Boosts, and Fans are in Uproar EA and FIFA renewal talks stall over football organization asking $1 billion for the license - report PETA calls for Ubisoft to take the cockfighting mini-game out of Far Cry 6 Call of Duty: Warzone Will Get a Kernel-Level Anti-Cheat Called Ricochet Eidos Montreal announces move to four-day work week Destiny 2 to remove Forsaken campaign next year PlayStation PlayStation Giving Away 3 PSVR Games to Celebrate the Headset's 5th Birthday Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons Have Been "Continuously Improved" Since Launch, Nintendo Says Xbox Celebrate 20 Years of Play Together with 20th Anniversary Hardware and More PSA's: Epic Games Store Freebies: Paladins Epic Pack and Stubbs the Zombie Help support the show: - Subscribe to our Twitch channel http://twitch.tv/geekoholics - Use our Epic Creator Code: GEEKOHOLICS when purchasing items in Fortnite or buying games on the Epic Games Store - Please review the show (bit.ly/geekoholics) on Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and to share with your friends. Reviews help us reach more listeners, and the feedback helps us to produce a better show. Join our Discord server: CLICK HERE Don't forget to follow our Social Media Feeds to keep up to date on our adventures: Youtube TwitterInstagram Facebook Thanks for listening and have a great weekend! You can reach me on Twitter @RicF

The Rise Guys
THE RISE GUYS: HOUR THREE: 10/14/21

The Rise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 30:57


Open Phones brings us Anonymous who wants to know if he has leverage at his new job to ask for more money, as always the P1's had advice for him Mattman is an aritst now, so we get to guess who he drew and lets just say we all weren't on the same page when it came to guessing See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Acquisitions Anonymous
Two Truck Stops for Sale - Guest Tanner Doss of El Cap Holdings - Acquisitions Anonymous - e47

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:58


Truck stop episode! This week, we're joined by Tanner Doss (COO of El Cap Holdings / https://www.elcapholdings.com/tanner). Tanner has a long career in investment banking, the air force and working for a large family office in the truck stop business. - a $900k truck stop in Alice, Texas of questonable quality - a $12mm truck stop somewhere in California (we think) Enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dealtalk/support

I'm Quitting Alcohol
2 Years 151 days - Tightarse

I'm Quitting Alcohol

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 8:14


I'm Quitting Alcohol, is a 5 minute daily podcast by comedian David Boyle. Join Boyle as he transitions from Alcoholic maniac to sober lunatic and attempts to process the past 20 years of booze soaked mayhem. To listen from DAY 1 head to SPOTIFY. quit, alcoholic, drinking, sober, real, stories, laugh, drugs, true, sex, love, quitting, alcoholics, recovery, body, anxiety, depression, love, giving up, anonymous, soul, change, addiction, withdrawal, dance, sober, quit, success, relationships, recovery, answer, transforming, health, resource, healing, alcoholism, giving, up

The Lawfare Podcast
Finstas, Falsehoods and the First Amendment

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 58:14


Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen's recent testimony before Congress has set in motion a renewed cycle of outrage over the company's practices—and a renewed round of discussion around what, if anything, Congress should do to rein Facebook in. But how workable are these proposals, really?This week on Arbiters of Truth, our series on the online information ecosystem, Evelyn Douek and Quinta Jurecic spoke with Jeff Kosseff, an associate professor of cybersecurity law at the United States Naval Academy, and the guy that has literally written not just the book on this, but two of them. He is the author of “The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet,” a book about Section 230, and he has another book coming out next year about First Amendment protections for anonymous speech, titled “The United States of Anonymous.” So Jeff is very well positioned to evaluate recent suggestions that Facebook should, for example, limit the ability of young people to create what users call Finstas, a second, secret Instagram account for a close circle of friends—or Haugen's suggestion that the government should regulate how Facebook amplifies certain content through its algorithms. Jeff discussed the importance of online anonymity, the danger of skipping past the First Amendment when proposing tech reforms, and why he thinks that Section 230 reform has become unavoidable … even if that reform might not make any legal or policy sense.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Pulled By The Root - Amplifying Adoption Issues
Ep37: "Andy" Anonymous Interview

Pulled By The Root - Amplifying Adoption Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 67:34


This episode is graphic, containing detailed descriptions of physical violence, suicide, sexual and physical abuse. This anonymous interview speaks to pain of adoption and how it can adversely affect us and the people we care about. So many adopted people are suffering in isolation. "Andy" takes us through the darkness of his complex trauma toward the light of redemption. His mission is to speak his truth and share his pain so that our adopted brothers and sisters can feel validated. "Andy" also wants society to understand that adoption is loss. He speaks honestly about his own self destructive tendencies and the triumphs toward his own self preservation. His bravery, vulnerability and determination to help himself and others speaks to the soul. It was important to "Andy" to share his story the way he wanted to.  We hear you brother "Andy"....

KERA's Think
The anonymous tycoons shaping your community

KERA's Think

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 31:12


We know Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg, but there are powerful tycoons in your hometown, too – and they've also got a lot of political influence. Patrick Wyman, host of the Tides of History podcast, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the more salt-of-the-earth millionaires – whose wealth is derived from familial assets and low-wage workers – and the power they have over their local communities. His article, published in The Atlantic, is called “American Gentry.”

Best of the Web: the MetaFilter Podcast

I accidentally wrote "make a podcast" on a colander instead of the calendar, so on the downside this episode is pretty late but on the upside it has been thoroughly rinsed. Is that anything? Can we do anything with that? Anyway, here's a podcast, it's about 90 minutes, and it involves me and Jessamyn getting off on at least a couple different tangents on the subject *of* getting off on tangents, so it's a very MetaFilter podcast indeed.Helpful LinksPodcast FeedSubscribe with iTunesDirect mp3 downloadMisc - look at this pretty and invasive Emerald Ash Borer - I still think Louis DeJoy sucks honestly - the kids on TikTok have been confounding me lately with what, it turns out, is audio of Adam Driver saying "good soup" - I feel like jessamyn's sister Kate isn't contributing enough - at some point we said something about librarycarpentry.org - also I am supposed to watch The Unbelievable Truth but I do not remember which one now - a flowchart of distractible storytelling Projects - 1,228,178 genetic variants, 2 million years by clawsoon - Datasette Desktop (macOS application) by simonw - Copying a mid-century stool....mid-14th century BCE by brachiopod (MeFi Post) - Wildcard Bicycle Novelties by adamrice - Invisible Sun by cstross - A channel vocoder walkthrough by ignignokt MetaFilter - What I learned about my writing by seeing only the punctuation by eotvos - "Also would've accepted Nine Inch Oates" by carrienation - DO YOU REMEMBER - Can someone explain how this video has 4.1M Views but has 200 likes????? by theodolite - "If we make more angry content, we get more engagement." by They sucked his brains out! - Rewild Your Attention by MonkeyToes - One Woman's Mission to Rewrite Nazi History on Wikipedia by cgc373 Ask MeFi - Can you help find the current location of this old Vienna address? by Miss T.Horn - Can you solve this mystery about a book? by grumblebee - a comment by pocams - Should my child's school's PTA accept cryptocurrency? by Toddles - Nervous system hacks/resets by danceswithlight - What's the oldest thing I can buy, just to have? by tiamat - "Y'know, this stuff is kinda wasted on just ponies..." by Wordshore - Preventing maggots in trash by Anonymous - a comment by Jack Karaoke - Looking for 90s sci-fi story about a librarian & all-knowing computer by kaisemic - Please help me solve a VERY DUMB plumbing emergency. by centrifugal MetaTalk - Metatalktails: Must be the season of the ... which? by taz

I'm Quitting Alcohol
2 Years 150 days - Professor Boyle's Lecture

I'm Quitting Alcohol

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 11:07


I'm Quitting Alcohol, is a 5 minute daily podcast by comedian David Boyle. Join Boyle as he transitions from Alcoholic maniac to sober lunatic and attempts to process the past 20 years of booze soaked mayhem. To listen from DAY 1 head to SPOTIFY. quit, alcoholic, drinking, sober, real, stories, laugh, drugs, true, sex, love, quitting, alcoholics, recovery, body, anxiety, depression, love, giving up, anonymous, soul, change, addiction, withdrawal, dance, sober, quit, success, relationships, recovery, answer, transforming, health, resource, healing, alcoholism, giving, up

Emotions & Eating with Nicola Beer
Benefits of Orgasms, More Tips To Enhance Your Sex Life, Become a Life Coach

Emotions & Eating with Nicola Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 16:46


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Security Explained
Twitch Hack, Facebook Outage, Epik Hack Part Deux, and Pandora Papers!

Security Explained

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 54:08


We weren't planning on it, but too much happened since our last episode to not do another security in the news episode! We'll be covering the Twitch hack, Facebook global outage, another Epik hack release from Anonymous, and the Pandora Papers.

Say That
489- Volcano Based Podcast Lair

Say That

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 58:15


I have a hard time taking advice. How do I get past that? (16:02-27:11) How can God help me rebuild relationships where I have hurt people in my past? (27:15-39:01) In 2 Thessalonians 3, what does it mean when it talks about "idleness"? (39:05-53:20) Closing Song: Magnify The Lord (Lee Younger) Ask A Question: saythatpodcast@gmail.com thebridgechicago.tumblr.com/ask (Anonymous)

Purple Haze Radio
Haze Radio Spotlight with Andrew Pitsicalis- Anonymous that Dude from Headstash & Will Genaro

Purple Haze Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 43:03


Check to this episode with Andrew Pitsicalis with Co-Host Tyreece as we interview Anonymous that Dude , Music Artist , Clothing Distribution & Cannabis Entrepreneur with Studio Engineer and Music Studio Owner. Blaze on the Headstash and chop it up.

Let's Know Things
Hacks & Leaks

Let's Know Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 28:58


This week we talk about the Pandora Papers, Epik, and Apple. We also discuss the Facebook whistleblower, tax avoidance, and Anonymous. Support the show: patreon.com/letsknowthings & letsknowthings.com/support Show notes/transcript: letsknowthings.com Check out my other shows & publications: understandary.com

Dale & Keefe
Gresh & Keefe - An anonymous coach told Peter King the Jon Gruden situation is classic NFL sleight of hand;Alex Cora got emotional after Game 4

Dale & Keefe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 43:54


Hour 2: Gresh and Keefe hear from an emotional Alex Cora following the Red Sox game 4 win over the Rays to advance to the ALCS.  Then the guys are joined by Peter King who says that an anonymous coach told him the Gruden situation is classic NFL sleight of hand. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I'm Quitting Alcohol
2 Years 149 days - Boyle Vs Big Tech

I'm Quitting Alcohol

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 9:31


I'm Quitting Alcohol, is a 5 minute daily podcast by comedian David Boyle. Join Boyle as he transitions from Alcoholic maniac to sober lunatic and attempts to process the past 20 years of booze soaked mayhem. To listen from DAY 1 head to SPOTIFY. quit, alcoholic, drinking, sober, real, stories, laugh, drugs, true, sex, love, quitting, alcoholics, recovery, body, anxiety, depression, love, giving up, anonymous, soul, change, addiction, withdrawal, dance, sober, quit, success, relationships, recovery, answer, transforming, health, resource, healing, alcoholism, giving, up

Wrestling Anonymous
21. Grado Say What?

Wrestling Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 32:27


Anonymous phone calls from Wrestling Fans all over the world. Curated by AEW Wrestler, Colt Cabana. Be a part of the show by calling: 87-CABANA-34 (872-222-6234) or sending a voice memo to: 87CABANA34@gmail.comSponsor:www.MagicSpoon.com (Code: COLT)www.EatToEvolve.com (Code: COLT)www.ColtMerch.comwww.ColtCabana.comMusic by:twitter.com/MattKoonMusicPodcast Art by:instagram.com/Donna619

The Unfortunate Sandwich
5 things you desperately need to hear. - The Unfortunate Sandwich Ep 8

The Unfortunate Sandwich

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 15:55


In today's episode, I am talking about you. As I am connecting with you guys more, I am learning that many of you grew up in similar situations like I did. You may also not have heard positive affirmations very often. In today's episode I will share 5 things you desperately need to know about yourself. My hope is that from this episode, you are able to become kinder to yourself and believe the things I say about you in this episode. If you would like to send questions for a chance to have them answered on the show, please email me at: theunfortunatesandwich@gmail.com Please state your name as ANONYMOUS if you prefer for me not to use your first name. Looking forward to hearing from you!! Let's connect online: INSTAGRAM TIKTOK FACEBOOK

Real Life Ghost Stories
31 Days of Terror - Day 12

Real Life Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 34:54


Thank you to Izzy, Michaela, Chris, Victoria, Anonymous and Kriti for your stories! Visit our WEBSITE Subscribe to our PATREON Subscribe to our YOUTUBE CHANNELVisit our MERCH STORE See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

I'm Quitting Alcohol
2 Years 148 days - Ask Boyle

I'm Quitting Alcohol

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 11:42


I'm Quitting Alcohol, is a 5 minute daily podcast by comedian David Boyle. Join Boyle as he transitions from Alcoholic maniac to sober lunatic and attempts to process the past 20 years of booze soaked mayhem. To listen from DAY 1 head to SPOTIFY. quit, alcoholic, drinking, sober, real, stories, laugh, drugs, true, sex, love, quitting, alcoholics, recovery, body, anxiety, depression, love, giving up, anonymous, soul, change, addiction, withdrawal, dance, sober, quit, success, relationships, recovery, answer, transforming, health, resource, healing, alcoholism, giving, up

Emotions & Eating with Nicola Beer
Increase Sexual Desire and Pleasure For Yourself and In Relationships

Emotions & Eating with Nicola Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 21:55


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The Tolkien Road
Ep 260 » The Fool's Hope » Of Gandalf and Pippin in Minas Tirith

The Tolkien Road

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 48:39


In episode 260, we discuss Gandalf's famous characterization of Frodo's quest: "a fool's hope". Why did he say that? Why is it significant he was saying that to Pippin? What is the broader significance of that line for the work and for Middle-earth (and our reality) in general?  Here's the passage: https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/796083-all-now-took-leave-of-the-lord-of-the-city Join us! WATCH THE VIDEO  ***This episode was released Ad-Free and 3 Days Early for Our BELOVED Fellowship of Patrons - LEARN MORE*** EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Andrew T, John R, Ms. Anonymous, Redhawk CONTENTS- The Passage » 4:22 - "The starless blackness" and the Shadow » 9:35 - "Fool of a Took!" » 10:30 - Cirith Ungol: Why would he go THAT way? » St. Paul and the Fool's Hope » 16:05 - The role of hobbits in Gandalf's life and mission » 21:12 - Is Nature of Middle-earth good for someone who hasn't read The History of Middle-earth? » 24:40 - Understanding Catholicism Through Tolkien & Conversion » 26:30 - Shakespeare & Tolkien » 27:28 - The Ride of the Rohirrim and Speeding » 30:00 - Eru's Will? » 33:20 - Gandalf's Appearance and Tolkien's Care Factor » 42:50 LINKS - What Did Gandalf REALLY Look Like? Here's What JRR Tolkien Says In The Nature Of Middle-earth » https://youtu.be/v0ejOhONshg - buy Tolkien's Requiem: https://tolkiensrequiem.com/ - buy Tolkien's Overture: https://tolkiensoverture.com/ SPECIAL THANKS: - Andrew T - John R - Ms. Anonymous - Redhawk - Kaitlyn of Tea with Tolkien - Shannon S - Brian O - Emilio P - Zeke F - James A - James L - Chris L - Chuck F - Asya V - Ish of the Hammer - Teresa C - David of Pints with Jack - Jonathan D - Eric S - Joey S - Eric B - Johanna T - Mike M - Robert H - Paul D - Julia - Werty

Intimate Covenant Podcast - biblical perspective for a fuller marriage and extraordinary sex
62: Retreat Q&A, part 1 (sex toys, Skype sex, pornography)

Intimate Covenant Podcast - biblical perspective for a fuller marriage and extraordinary sex

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 37:39


This episode is an excerpt from a LIVE recording at the 2021 Intimate Covenant Annual Marriage Retreat in Houston, TX. Matt & Jenn field questions about recommendations for sex toys, using Skype sex when couples are apart and how to begin the journey to healing after betrayal by pornography addiction.Thank you to these incredible companies that supported our 2021 Retreat:Married Dance — marrieddance.comWebsites That Sell — websitesthatsell.comGhost Sherpa — ghostsherpa.comInfiniteMoon — infinitemoon.comMentionables — mentionables.comThe Dating Divas — thedatingdivas.comUberlube — uberlube.comTo send your comments, questions and suggestions, go to our website: www.intimatecovenant.com/podcast and click on the button: “Connect with the Podcast” for an ANONYMOUS submission form. Or, send an email: podcast@intimatecovenant.com Thanks for sharing, rating and subscribing! Cherishing, Matt & Jenn PS — If you are interested in bringing Matt & Jenn to your church or small group to speak about the beauty of God's plan for marriage and sexuality, please contact us: podcast@intimatecovenant.com www.intimatecovenant.com Intimate Covenant | Matt & Jenn Schmidt

Podcast Recovery
Eric E.

Podcast Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 37:42


In this episode, Eric E. shares his experience, strength, and hope.Podcast Recovery is a forerunner in digitally accessible addiction recovery support. We provide ease and convenience to any and all seeking a message of recovery and hope. By broadcasting the stories of recovering addicts, we act as a complement to all other recovery services. We exist to create a global foundation platform, so that any addict may hear a message of strength and hope. We contribute education and awareness by highlighting the diversity in the lives of recovering addicts, to show that one addict helping another truly works.Please review, rate, and subscribe!!! Check out our website and social media accounts below.Join the Homegroup and support us on Patreon!!!https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=27296577Throw some money in the digital basketPaypal - https://paypal.me/podcastrecovery?locale.x=en_USCheck out our Social Media Accounts and Website for more content!www.podcastrecovery.comhttps://www.instagram.com/podcastrecovery/https://twitter.com/PodcastRecoveryhttps://www.facebook.com/Podcast-Recovery-208366179951769/https://www.facebook.com/groups/1905708653062608/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5YUmGN9HHlIkMyrND5lgpAIntro music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning Outro music by Lee Rosevere - Going Homehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Support the show (https://paypal.me/podcastrecovery?locale.x=en_US)

Graceful Atheist Podcast
Ginna: Deconversion Anonymous

Graceful Atheist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 64:51


This week's show is a Deconversion Anonymous episode. My guest this week is Ginna. Ginna is a software developer in her 30's. She went through deconversion in her 20's after suffering depression during her college years. Even though there were Christians around her who were on medication for their depressions no one was public about it. The implied stigma kept her from reaching out for help and kept her from finding the right treatment when she did. After college she went to a ” shelter for honest questions” called L`Abri to find answers to her questions. Her questions were pointed and personal. The questions of theodicy, divine hiddenness and theological evil. She “had a really good time, but [she] didn't get answers to the questions that [she] had.” After a brief stint in a liturgical church, which she loved, she stopped going to church and gained some perspective. She realized she could no longer believe in a god where there was no practical difference between non-existence and said god being evil. Ginna eventually received the help she needed for her mental health. She had to try multiple different doctors and therapies until she found the right combination. Today she is excited about exploring secular community and growing as a human being. Interact We are very excited to announce the new private Deconversion Anonymous Facebook Group. The group will be administered by Arline from episode 71. Please join us in building a community of graceful human beings. Deconversion Anonymous Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/deconversion Full show notes with quotes https://gracefulatheist.com/2021/10/10/ginna-deconversion-anonymous/?gaid=gap92 Magic Feathers and Sugar Pills https://gracefulatheist.com/2018/03/21/magic-feathers-and-suger-pills/?gaid=gap92 Deconversion https://gracefulatheist.com/2017/12/03/deconversion-how-to/?gaid=gap92 Secular Grace https://gracefulatheist.com/2016/10/21/secular-grace/?gaid=gap92 Attribution "Waves" track written and produced by Makaih Beats https://makaihbeats.net/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gracefulatheist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gracefulatheist/support

Talk! with ARMY
ARMY ANONYMOUS: 9.3

Talk! with ARMY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 54:54


9.2 Continued

The Dinner Table: A Southern Cannibal Podcast
5 TRUE Creepy Apartment Horror Stories | Episode 57

The Dinner Table: A Southern Cannibal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 21:45


I'm really sorry for how crappy my upload schedule has been. I promise I'm gonna do better. If you're all still here watching this channel I seriously appreciate you more than you know. I hope you like this one. Buy Raycons at BuyRaycon.com/cannibal to save 15% on Raycons! Submit Your Own TRUE Scary Stories! ► https://southerncannibal.com/ LISTEN TO THE DINNER TABLE PODCAST! ► https://open.spotify.com/show/3zfschBzphkHhhpV870gFW?si=j53deGSXRxyyo9rsxqbFgw Subscribe For More Scary Stories! ► http://bit.ly/Sub2SouthernCannibal Faqs about me ► https://youtube.fandom.com/wiki/Southern_Cannibal Stalk Me! ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/Southern_Canni ► Instagram: https://instagram.com/Southern_Canni/ ► Snapchat: southerncanny ► Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/southern-cannibal-merch ► Scary Story Playlist: http://bit.ly/SCScaryStories ► DISCLAIMER: All Stories and Music featured in today's video were granted FULL permission for use on the Southern Cannibal YouTube Channel!  Huge Thanks to these brave folks who sent in their stories! #1. - ILikeToEatBatteries #2. - Anonymous  #3. - Dawn  #4. - Karissa #5. - Anonymous Huge Thanks to these talented folks for their creepy music! ► Myuuji: http://bit.ly/Myuusic ♪ ► CO.AG Music: http://bit.ly/COAGMusic ♪ ► Kevin MacLeod: http://incompetech.com ♪ ► Piano Horror:  https://www.youtube.com/PianoHorror ♪ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/ #TrueScaryStories

Real Life Ghost Stories
31 Days of Terror - Day 10

Real Life Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 25:21


Thank you to Kaz, Kate, Anonymous and Bailey for your stories! Visit our WEBSITE Subscribe to our PATREON Subscribe to our YOUTUBE CHANNELVisit our MERCH STORE See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Your Anxiety Toolkit
Ep. 205 Is your Self-Compassion Practice conditional or unconditional?

Your Anxiety Toolkit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 18:29


This is Your Anxiety Toolkit - Episode 205. Welcome back, everybody. We are on week 2 of this Self-Compassion Challenge. For those of you who are new to the podcast, or didn't hear last week's episode, go back and listen to that. We are on week 2 of a 30-days Self-Compassion Challenge. My whole goal is that you learn how to treat yourself kindly and compassionately as you move through difficult times. We are doing this to celebrate the launch of my very first book (The Self-Compassion Workbook for OCD), which I am so proud of and so excited about. Thank you to everybody who has purchased the book, supported me on social media, shouted me out to their friends and fellow followers. I cannot tell you how grateful I am. If you have got the book and you're enjoying the book, please do go and leave a review over on Amazon, share your honest opinion or share your thoughts on social media or with anybody you can, because the more people I can help, the happier. I am. We are moving on today in this episode onto the second most important part of self-compassion in my mind. Now, this is taken directly from the book, even though the workbook is called The Self-Compassion Workbook For OCD. This is a concept I talk to all my clients about. It's something I constantly check in with myself about, and it has been probably one of the most important parts of my recovery in mental health in many, many ways. So I am so excited to share this with you. Before we do that, I do want to go over and share the review of the week. For those of you who are new to the podcast or are old to the podcast, I love your reviews on iTunes. It helps me reach more people. So this week is from Looney Lovey. It says: “A gift of a podcast. I am so incredibly thankful I found this podcast. I have experienced OCD since I was 10, and this has been one of the most amazing tools. I seriously thank God for leading me to this podcast every day. It is like having a therapist in your pocket. Kimberley is so sweet, and her openness and kindness make the listener feel so welcome.” Thank you, Loony Lovey. The next thing I wanted to share is the “I did a hard thing.” Now, let's take a step back here and really look at self-compassion as really being a hard thing. And so, a lot of you have actually written in and said, self-compassion was one of the hard things that they've been practicing. However, this week we have a hard thing from anonymous and they've said: “I have a fear of disease. I recently had two close friends get a diagnosis where this would make me feel fear for myself and my family. I chose to show up for my friends and continue on a daily basis, working on my mental boundaries, not making their illness about me, and my fear is about that stopping me from supporting them. I struggle with feeling everyday body sensations in myself and wonder if I am next. But this is so amazing, this whole ‘I did a hard thing.'” Anonymous, amazing work. It sounds like you're really showing up and letting your values make your decisions, not your fear. This is so cool. This is just so cool that you've done that. Look at you go. Doesn't that just show that fear doesn't win, right? That love and connection and values win every single time. I just love this one so much. Thank you so much for sharing. I have a ton of submissions, but I will share again very soon where you could put those submissions in if you're wanting to put your name in. Okay? All right. Let's get over to the meat and cheese of the whole episode today. So we're talking about a concept. Now, this is not scientifically proven, I have to disclose. This is my conceptualization of one of the main things that get in the way of self-compassion. I'm going to tell you a quick story. When my son was in kindergarten, the teacher had this system called the clip chart. I want you to imagine the clip chart is just a piece of cardboard, and in the middle of the piece of cardboard, it's like a long narrow rectangle. In the middle is a peg. And the peg is put right in the middle and there is just a normal neutral face. Above the peg are these different ladder rungs. There's a smiley face, there's “You did well,” then there's a bigger smiley face. And then at the very top, there's this huge smiley face saying, “You get a treat.” Now under the peg is a sad face. And then under the peg is an even sadder face. And then under that sadder face is a really, really sad, but almost mad face. And next to it, it says, “Call your parents.” This is a ladder system that if a kid isn't listening, they get clipped down. If a kid is doing really well, they get clipped up. At the top, if they get clipped up enough times, they get a special treat, some toy from the toy box. If they get clipped down enough times, the teacher calls the parents. This is what we would call a behavioral modification tool to help encourage kids and motivate children, usually five-year-olds, on how to act and how to behave. It's incredibly efficient. As long as it's not done in a shaming way, it can be a really motivating way of keeping kids feeling like they're being motivated in courage. They've got something to look forward to. They're working towards something. The problem with this is, even if you haven't got a clip chart and you weren't given one in kindergarten, our society runs by a metaphorical clip chart. If you act well and you put a smile on your face and you get good grades, you get clipped up. If your body looks a certain way, you get clipped up. If you make a certain amount of money, metaphorically, our society will clip you up as if you're doing well. Now, likewise, if you're struggling, often we clipped down. We do this to ourselves. Not only society, but we also clip ourselves down. “Oh, I didn't do well in that test. I'm going to clip myself down.” Sad face. “Oh, I'm struggling with my panic today, or my anxiety today. I'm going to clip myself down. I did compulsions today. I'm going to clip myself down.” We use this metaphorical motivation system all the time. Now within society, we also have this inbuilt view on mental illness. This is also about racism, and there's so many different levels of the way your body looks, social media followers. Again, like I said, how much money you make. There's socially so many expectations put on us, that we also buy into that. Sometimes, because we rely on this metaphorical clip up and clip down system, we use only this system to motivate ourselves, which ultimately means we're constantly on this checklist of how much we can get done so that we can feel good about ourselves. We're constantly clipping ourselves up and down as if worth depends on it. And that's the piece I want you to remember. We do this, and we make this calculation, that if I'm clipping up, I'm worth more. If I'm doing my homework well, I'm worth more. If I don't have a mental illness anymore, I'm worth more. This is not true. This is all lies. This is one of the main points I make in the book, which is, when we're stuck in a clip chart way of seeing ourselves, our identity, our worth, our value, we're constantly anxious. We're constantly afraid of dropping the ball. One of the most compassionate things we can do is to drop the clip chart system completely, to recognize. This is what I say to my patients all the time. You're always at the top of the clip chart. Nothing you can do is going to drop your worth down – no mental illness, no body shape, size, color, hair color, short height, tall. None of that changes your worth. None of it. I'm specifically here talking about your mental struggles. You do not get clipped down worth-wise because of all of the struggles you have mentally. I have had so many patients and clients tell me they don't deserve self-compassion because they're struggling so much with this mental illness, because it's putting their family out. It's impacting their loved one's lives because it causes them to do compulsions all night long. And therefore, they deserve to be clipped down. I don't agree with that respectfully. Everybody is at the top. You're having a bad day? You're still at the top of the clip chart. You're having a good day? You're still at the top of the clip chart. Every single day, you deserve a treat, a fun, joyful experience. A pleasure, a reward. You got through the day. Celebrate. You don't get clipped down. We have to throw out the clip chart system. Now, does this mean you have to give up trying? Absolutely not. Does that mean that you don't study for your test and you don't show up to work and you don't try to make life better for you? Absolutely not. You do the things that you value. You do the things that fill up your heart. If you value getting a good grade in school, put in as much effort as you can because you value it, not because you're on this conditional worth system where you're just trying to prove that you're worthy and good. Don't do treatment. I talk with my patients, why are you doing ERP? Are you doing it because you want your life back from OCD? Or are you doing it because you feel embarrassed or ashamed for having to do compulsions? Neither is wrong, but the compassionate thing to do here is to move from a place of values, what matters to you, what makes you feel like it gives you purpose in this life, what keeps you connected to your loved ones – instead of clipping yourself up and down on this worth ladder, because that's temporary and it's conditional. We want our self-compassion practice to be unconditional. That's why we throw out the clip chart. It's unconditional. You're having a hard day? You get self-compassion. You're having a good day? You get self-compassion. You're having a day where everything went wrong? You get to have self-compassion. We don't clip you down because of that. And that is the real important piece I want you to take away. I want you to think about, if you had a clip chart, what are some of the things you've been telling yourself? I want you to write this in your journal, really reflect on this. What are some of the things that you clip yourself down for? What are some of the things you clip yourself up for? Do you get engaged in this sort of mental worth calculation? “Oh, I'm worthy today because I A, B, and C?” Because that's not true. You're worthy whether you did that or not. Do you beat yourself up because of things you've done? That's you clipping yourself down. You've said, “I've done something wrong. Therefore, I need to be punished.” The whole work we're doing this month is to move towards like we talked about last week, asking yourself, what do I need in this moment of suffering? The clip chart is usually one of the main reasons people don't give themselves what they need, because they say, “Oh, I did A, B, and C today. Therefore, I don't deserve it. I clipped myself down.” I have to keep saying to my patients and clients, “No, no, no. You're at the top. You're at the top every single day. You deserve kindness and care and compassion and treats and pleasure and joy. But most of all, compassion.” So that's the concept of the clip chart. I want you to draw it out. Put the system. What do you have to do in order to be at the top in this metaphorical clip chart? What do you have to do when at the bottom? What bad things do you consider yourself clipped down to the bottom? And really reflect on, is this really kind? Is this a compassionate way for me to treat myself? If it were up to me, my advice is, put yourself at the top. You get compassion every single day unconditionally. Throw out the clip chart. It works for five-year-olds in a classroom, but it doesn't work for you in a lifetime. It doesn't work for you in your life. You deserve more than that. You deserve kindness every day. So let's take a minute. Let's slow it down and just check in, and just sit with this idea that no matter what, no matter what happens today, no matter how you acted or behaved or performed, no matter what grade you got on the test, no matter how you showed up, let's just reflect and honor that unconditionally, you deserve self-compassion. If you hear a voice saying, “Yeah, but blah-blah-blah,” whatever the blah-blah-blah is, is where your work is. If it says, “Yeah, but my thoughts are horrendous, therefore I'm disqualified from this,” there is your work. You're doing too much judgment around your thoughts. If you go, “Yeah, but I did this one bad thing, it's unforgivable,” I go, “Okay, send your compassion around that. Go hard on that. Because that's the thing that's getting in the way of you really tending to your pain and suffering the way that you deserve.” You might say, “Yeah, but I've got too much anxiety. I'm too sick. I'm just too unwell. I'm too messed up. I'm too hopeless. I'm a failure.” We'll do some work around that. Reflect on that, because that's the roadblock, which we will be talking about in other episodes to come. Alright. I love you guys so much. Really take a minute and receive the love I'm sending you right now, the compassion I'm sending you. I hope you're taking care of yourself. I hope you're facing your fears. I hope you're tending to your suffering as best as you can. It is a beautiful day to do hard things. You knew I was going to say it. So I want you to lean in here. Double down on this practice. You deserve this. Have a wonderful week, everybody. I love you. Talk to you next week.

Anime Addicts Anonymous
AAA 596: Review Retrospective

Anime Addicts Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 116:54


The Anime Addicts do a review retrospective. Commenting on reviews from the podcasts history that current hosts never were able to comment on. We also do a review on the fantastic Odd Taxi. ------------------------------------------------------- Time Markers: -Big News of the Week: 5:30 -Main Topic: Review Retrospective: 22:00 -News Break: 57:00 -Living Big in Japan: 1:04:00 -Mailbags: 1:09:30 -Review: Odd Tax: 1:17:00 ------------------------------------------------------- You can support the podcast in the following ways: Sign up at: http://www.aaapodcast.com/join Send a donation at: https://www.aaapodcast.com/donate Sign up at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AAAPodcast Thank you for your generosity and kindness. ------------------------------------------------------ You can also join our Discord Channel at: https://discordapp.com/invite/jFyUqgk ------------------------------------------------------

The Rise Guys
THE RISE GUYS: HOUR TWO: 10/07/21

The Rise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 34:46


Anonymous calls us for some relationship advice, Ahhh to be in high school again Facebook Fussin, send your screen caps of Fussin to theriseguys@aol.com Headlins with a mailman who keeps pissing all over his customer's mail See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Canary Cry News Talk
TALE OF TWO FRANCIS'

Canary Cry News Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 251:14


Canary Cry News Talk ep. 398 - 10.06.2021 - TALE OF TWO FRANCIS': Collins Steps Down, RCC Corruption, Reset This! - CCNT 398 HOME: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com LINK TREE: CanaryCry.Party SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com ravel: Ravel Podcast Facelikethesun Resurrection YouTube channel Truther Dating experiment   INTRO Clip: Biden on how we always pay off debt (Real Time US Debt Clock) Trillion dollar platinum coin to raise debt ceiling (Axios) CRISPR: Japan rolls out first commercialized CRISPR tomatoes (Genetic Literacy Project) Clip: Truth Bomb on Sky News Australia    FLIPPY Flippy gets Fired   COVID 19/I AM WACCINE Three Amigos, down to two! Francis Collins steps down (NIH) Side Note: NIH New Innovator award for AI-powered Brain Machine Interface Clip: Ted Nugent on Off the Record PBS Clip: Alberta Premiere Jason Kennedy, Thanksgiving restrictions Clip: Project Veritas records Pfizer scientist admit natural antibodies better than shot  Clip: Dr. Leanna Wen makes no sense Less than 500 children have died from pandemic (DailyMail) Headline: Satan has nothing to do with waccine, says satanist with Phd in theology (Citizen) Chinese News: China bought a TON of PCR ahead of pandemic (Bloomberg)   BREAK 1: Executive Producers, Paypal, Patrons   CYBERPANDEMIC Facebook says sorry for outage (CNBC) Facebook whistleblower testifies to Congress (Guardian) Note: [Was this a psyop to create MORE censorship on social media?] Leak reveals Google search warrant for keywords (DailyMail)   GREAT RESET/GEOENGINEERING 3 Nobel prize winners for climate change science (NY Times) Psyop: Defending Bill Gates depopulation claims, fringe doctors discredited (AP) Clip of note: Bill Gates actual TED talk   BREAK 2: Art, Reviews, Jingles, Meet Ups   POLITICS Clips: Biden speech on Infrastructure bill   SPACE POPE REPTILIAN French Clergy abused over 200k children since 1950's, probe finds (CBC News) Note: Pope Francis learns abuse case with sorrow (Reuters) Note: Pope Francis and 40 faith leaders combat climate change (Jesuit Review)   ADDITIONAL STORIES Circuitry Man trailer from 1980's How AI will change Music (DJ Mag) Gmail, TikTok, Snapchat users complains App is slow (Independent) Waccine: Dr. Francis Collins final blog post, hope for hesitant  J&J seeking approval for booster (The Record) Arkansas lawmakers seek to sue Biden mandates (UALR Public Radio) Pre-print study shows mRNA shots only last a couple months (BioRxiv) Clip: Senator Ron Johnson shares UK and Israel data because US CDC data unavailable  No Waccine, No transplants (Denver Post) Loch Ness caught on scan?    PRODUCERS ep. 398: Dame of Rivendell**, Aaron J, John R, Anon, Daniel S, Child of God, Sir Sammons the Knight of the Fishes, Morv, LearBag3000, JC, HeatheRuss, Juan A, Scott K, Anonymous, Malik, Gail M, DrWhoDunDat, Brandt W, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, )Daniella O, Ciara, Runksmash   TIMESTAMPS: Christine C   JINGLES: DrWhoDunDat LearBag3000   ART: Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove, Knight of Rustbeltia Ryan N