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1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
The NYCLU is responding to Mayor Adams' new plan to deal with people with sever mental illness. Police are asking for help in finding the man who carjacked a car with a 2-year-old in the backseat. The Center for Jewish History is launching a project to h

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 4:52


Afternoon Ti
Asking for Help, Talking to Parents, and Having Difficult Conversations with Victoria Boler

Afternoon Ti

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 75:05


In October I had the privilege of being interviewed by Victoria Boler for her podcast Elemental Conversations.  We discussed three main areas: 1. How to ask for help 2. How to have conversations with parents 3. How to have difficult conversations with parents I hope you enjoy our conversation and a special thank you to Victoria for allowing me to share our talk on the Afternoon Ti podcast. If you haven't checked out her work, I highly recommend that you do!  Victoria is thoughtful, thorough and knowledgeable about how to teach music to elementary students. Victoria's Links: Victoria Boler Website  Instagram: @victoriaboler YouTube Channel   Jessica's Links: Jessica Grant Website Instagram: @highafternoonti  

Pivot Ball Change
40. Asking for Help with Brooke Taylor Luminelli

Pivot Ball Change

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 26:45


When Brooke Taylor Luminelli first became a mama she tried to do it all. Brooke was trying to run her businesses and be a full-time stay at home mama as well. She quickly realized that wasn't possible. Brooke owns not one, not two, but FIVE Tutu Schools in California. She is also my childhood ballet bestie. In this week's episode Brooke shares how she went on to perform at Disney Tokyo after college and what that pivot was like. She also goes into details on how teaching ballet has become a creative outlet for her in the current phase of motherhood she is in.  This week's episode is brought to you by Apolla; the world's best compression sock. Be sure to enter PIVOT10 at checkout for a discount. Follow Pivot Ball Change on Instagram.

Your Love Accomplice with Christina Weber
DWC 060: Asking for Help with Yarixa Ferrao

Your Love Accomplice with Christina Weber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 53:15


3 out of 4 people don't ask for help until they absolutely need it. Christina and Yarixa Ferrao of the Unleash! Transformational Festival share their personal favorite go-to helping modalities. Coaching Therapy  Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) - listen to episode 014 to hear more about this one EMDR Self-Discovery modalities, like Gene Keys, Human Design, About.ly, Understanding Hormones, etc.  Healthy Friendships & Community  Psychedelics  Body Talk Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) & BrainTap Theta Healing Somatic Healing Movement, Dancing & Singing Elimination of substances like cannabis & alcohol  The two get vulnerable about how it can be hard for them to ask for help when others are looking to them to help solve their problems. Yarixa deepens the conversation by inviting both of them to share where they need help right now — in business and in love.   Connect with Yarixa on Instagram at @coachyari and @unleashmovement. Find out more and register for the upcoming Unleash! Retreat here.     Follow Christina at @christinaweber. Become a WeDeepen member, discover Private Matchmaking & Relationship Coaching offerings, and visit the WeDeepen calendar filled with Best-in-Class Social & Transformational Experiences, including 'The Dating Dojo' at wedeepen.com.    

Josh's Brew
Raine Dunn on Breast Implant Removal Surgery, San Pedro Plant Medicine (& Best Practices), Asking for Help, Eating Disorders and More

Josh's Brew

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 63:02


For the last decade, Raine has been on a mission to help people find expansion in their lives through holistic wellbeing: physical, mental and spiritual. This journey of course started within, with my own healing, and then expanded outwards in my career teaching movement, meditation and healthy eating, as well as practising energy healing. Through this journey of self-discovery I have come to learn that my core purpose is to use my voice, both spoken and written, to facilitate healing for others. e: raine@rainedunn.com ig: @raine.dunn w: rainedunn.com #breastimplantremoval #plantmedicine #eatingdisorder #meatmovemind #meatbasedketo #mindfulness #KetoCarnivore #KetoDiet #KetoCarnivore #Ketovore #Fasting #IntermittentFasting #foodaddiction #meatbaseddiet #animalbased #animalbaseddiet #banting #bantingdiet This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit joshsnyman.substack.com

The Anonymous Podcast
Spiritual Principle a Day - November 27th with Jennifer W. - Humbly Asking for Help

The Anonymous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 41:22


A commentary and discussion on the Spiritual Principle a Day Meditation. Contact Information: 919-675-1058 or facebook.com/groups/theanonpodcast

The Freshman Foundation Podcast
FFP50: Why is it so hard to ask for help?

The Freshman Foundation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 45:35


Why is it so hard to ask for help?In Episode 02 of the podcast, Lindsey Hamilton, who is the Head of Mental Conditioning at IMG Academy discussed that the most successful young athletes demonstrate the skill of resourcefulness. Being resourceful means not only knowing where to find a resource, but knowing how to ask for help from that resource. Link to full Episode 02: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-freshman-foundation-podcast/id1554156653?i=1000509706880Asking for help is hard. Many people - adults and young people alike - don't like to ask for help because it requires vulnerability. We don't want to seem weak or incompetent to our coaches, partners, and families. However, the most successful performers in sport and life, know where to get help and how to get it.In Episode 50, I will explore why it's so hard to ask for help. My own experience has been that trying to navigate challenging life transitions alone often leads to pain and suboptimal outcomes. Stanford researchers has found that children as young as seven years old identify asking for help in front of others as a sign of incompetence. Link to Scientific American article: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-kids-are-afraid-to-ask-for-help/Vulnerability by Bruk et al. (2018) as “an authentic and intentional willingness to be open to uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure in social situations in spite of fears” (p. 192).Vulnerability requires that an individual is taking action of their own volition, having the option to take an emotional risk or not (Bruk et al.) Asking a coach or a teammate for help getting better at their sport might be an example of demonstrating vulnerability in this context.“One immediate benefit of self-disclosure is more enjoyment of social interactions” (Bruk et al., p. 193).Self-disclosure often results in better mental health - and thus, better performance (Bruk et al).“When revealing personal information, individuals are prone to worry about negative evaluations, rejection, alienating the other person, losing self-esteem and control over the situation, or giving the other person information that could be used against them” (Bruk et al, p. 193).General fear of a negative evaluation of others (i.e., fear of being judged).Link to full article by Bruk and colleagues: https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2018-34832-002What are the 3 simple things I want you to take away from this episode?We usually think asking for help looks worse than those we are asking for help. Coaches and parents are there to help. Take advantage of it.We are always being judged whether you realize it or not. Ask for help to lighten the load so that you can perform freely.You don't have to be bad to get better - thank you, Lindsey Hamilton. Look for the resources that will give you an edge and practice finding them and asking for help. ReferencesBruk, A., Scholl, S.G., & Bless H. (2018). Beautiful mess effect: Self-other differences in evaluation of showing vulnerability. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 115(2), 192-205.

Inner Bonding
The Bravery of Asking for Help

Inner Bonding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 26:37


Sometimes, reaching for the help you need takes bravery and courage because of the fear of rejection and the heartbreak that follows this rejection. And it's vitally important when asking for help from others or from your spiritual guidance to make sure you are asking from your loving adult rather than from your wounded self.

Twelve O’Clock Talks
Quality or Speed, Being Around but Not in the Way, and Asking for Help

Twelve O’Clock Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 67:06


Welcome Back! Today Jack and Dave discuss work scenarios, how knowledge and honesty help diffuse conflict, what effect TV has had on people's interpretation of the law, why quality is better than speed, how to be around and not in the way, and why asking for help is important!

Utah's Morning News
Police are asking for help identifying a suspect in a hit and run in West Valley

Utah's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 59:30


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Know Your Legacy
#164 Solo Vibe (Asking For Help)

Know Your Legacy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 7:46


In this episode I share a personal story from 2019.  Website: vipulbhesania.com Instagram: @vipulbhesania TikTok: @vipulbhesania Music is from Epidemic Sound.

I Help Moms- Experts Making Motherhood Easier
Asking For Help Unlocks Parenting Enjoyment

I Help Moms- Experts Making Motherhood Easier

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 4:54


One of the best pieces of advice I got when I was a new mom was: When we accept help it allows us to be vulnerable, unlocking deep bonds among humanity as we were created to do life together. As a working mom of 3 now, I have absolutely NO PROBLEM asking and accepting help. And it has given me some of my most meaningful friendships along this journey of motherhood! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

mindFULL me
Asking for Help Meditation - a mindFULLme original

mindFULL me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022


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Girl On A Hill
GOAH 75: How'd We Get Here - Asking For Help

Girl On A Hill

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 42:23


We all need help - but none of us likes asking for it. In today's episode, we share some of the biggest things that keep us from seeking help and support, talk about why we need to ask, and wrap it up by discussing how to ask. We're here to grow, and if we want to escape burnout, we have to learn that we can't go it alone.

The Raven Nole Show
26. Here's What Happened When I Overcame the Fear of Asking for Help as a Female Leader

The Raven Nole Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 26:04


Maybe you don't have a fear of asking for help but you definitely feel a hesitation towards. Do you feel as though you can "do it best"? Most female leaders have this thought! You know that you can create the content the best, the graphic the best, or generate the emails the best. Because you feel that way, you feel as though you are the best person to get it done, not someone else. Do you think that asking for help is a sign of neediness or weakness? Strong-willed women don't like the feeling of vulnerability that often can come along with asking for help. But what if I told you that asking for help is actually the stark contrast?! Asking for help is a sign of strength! We're getting down to the truth of all of this and how you can overcome this fear/hesitation in this episode! Listen to this episode to hear more. Key Talking Points of the Episode: [01:45] I Can Do It Best! [05:15] The Superwoman Complex [14:15] The Rollercoaster of Discontentment ____________ Learn more about the Mindset to Momentum Mastermind by clicking here! Feel free to shoot me a DM on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ravencnole/ with your takeaways from this episode. AS ALWAYS, THE BEST WIN FOR US IS WHEN YOU → LEAVE A REVIEW!⚡️

Grace In Real Life podcast
#137: Grace vs. Fear: When asking for help feels like The Worst

Grace In Real Life podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 22:00


Some of us feel like asking for help is The Worst, and our reasons for that fall into three buckets: our sin (like pride), wounds inflicted by others when we've asked for help in the past, and lies we believe about what it says about us if we ask for help.  We don't want to stay stuck. We want to be helpers and helpees, so what do we do?  Today, we'll work out: why we find it so hard to accept help,  and practical tools to help you move away from not asking for help and toward reaching out. Key Quotes “There is no need to atone or pay penance for our forgiven sin.” - Writer + speaker Jill E. McCormick  “You do not need to wallow in self-pity or guilt or shame as a way to prove your sorrow over your sin.” - Writer + speaker Jill E. McCormick   “Woundedness tells us it's easier to go it alone than it is to risk putting our vulnerable, heartbroken selves back out there.”  - Writer + speaker Jill E. McCormick  “The process of forgiveness involves counting the debt, canceling that debt, releasing judgment, and allowing God to fill your deficit.” - Writer + speaker Jill E. McCormick   "Fear often calls itself truth. ” - Writer + speaker Jill E. McCormick   “I don't want to listen to what I think. I want to listen to what Jesus says.” - Writer + speaker Jill E. McCormick  “We leave God's best on the table because our sin, woundedness, and the lies we believe Get in the way.” - Writer + speaker Jill E. McCormick  As Mentioned in the Podcast The FCC requires that I tell you that I'm an Amazon Affiliate, which means I earn a bit of commission on each sale. But don't worry, there's no added cost to you! Episode #101: Spiritual Health: Hearing from God for freedom Episode #135 When you worry you're selfish Episode 136: When you believe you're messing up your kids Breaking Free from Body Shame by Jess Connolly First Freedoms by Jennifer Barnett Here's how to connect with Jill Website  GraceInRealLifePodcast.com  Instagram  Facebook group  Facebook page Subscribe to Jill's weekly “the good + the grace” email 

Mother Plus Podcast
This Mom Wrote A Book: A Story Of Mental Health, Speaking Your Truth, and Asking For Help

Mother Plus Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 50:37


In this episode, we cover:How journaling during pregnancy led to the publication of Maci's first book, Maggie Morris.Maci's passion for mental health advocacy and the important message her book has for kids, teens, and adults: the super power of speaking up, asking for help, and talking about your struggles. How friendship changed the course of Maci's book, and the real power of community when pursuing our mother-plusser goals and dreams.Writing a book with young kids isn't always a pretty picture: Maci shares her seven-year journey of writing Maggie Morris (think: writing in the bathroom and during car naps).The complexity of being a mother + creative: honoring the ebb and flow of our creative seasons, tackling imposter syndrome, and the price we pay when we stop creating. Maci Welch is an author, illustrator, and lover of all things creative. She has dreamed of writing and illustrating children's books since grade school. Maggie Morris, her debut novel, is based on her early childhood friendships and experiences. She is passionate about mental health advocacy and hopes this book will serve as a reminder to always ask for help and know you are never truly alone. Maci is currently a full-time psychology student at the University of Wyoming and resides in the Cowboy State with her husband, two daughters, and black Lab, Archer Boy. MOTHER PLUS INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mother_plus_podcast/MOTHER PLUS FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/motherpluspodcastMOTHER PLUS PERMISSION SLIP: https://www.motherplusser.com/Permission-SlipMOTHER PLUS NEWSLETTER: https://www.motherplusser.com/signup-pageMOTHER PLUS BLOG: https://www.motherplusser.com/blog

My Steps to Sobriety
309 Eric Daddario: Deciding to live the life you want - Asking for help is not weakness but strength

My Steps to Sobriety

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 55:27


In Eric Daddario's words: I  help student-athletes and students see how making better life decisions now will lead to a more fulfilling life. Through stories and examples, my presentations engage and resonate with students and student-athletes as I show them how they can immediately change the course of their own lives and the lives of others. My presentations are based on real-life experiences, including having witnessed a younger brother make poor decisions that ultimately led to him dying of a drug overdose.                3 top tips for my audience: 1. You're not  alone with your struggle, regardless of what you think or believe 2. Asking for help is not a weakness but a strength 3. No one is an exception from addiction Linkedin- Eric Daddario Facebook- Eric Daddario Twitter- @ericdaddario16 Tiktok- @ericdaddario3

Think Unbroken with Michael Unbroken | CPTSD, TRAUMA and Mental Health Healing Podcast
James Connor - There Is No Shame in Asking for Help | Mental Health Podcast

Think Unbroken with Michael Unbroken | CPTSD, TRAUMA and Mental Health Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 44:51


How do you ask for help without shame? Asking for help is one of the hardest things for most people because it is often perceived as a weakness. We all go through tough times and sometimes can't solve problems by ourselves. Recognizing and asking for help if you need it for any problem is courageous. In this episode, we have a guest speaker – James Connor is a social entrepreneur, fractional CTO, nonprofit advisor, and digital nomad who helps founders and business owners with technical insight and building/maintenance of their applications. ************* LINKS & RESOURCES ************* Learn how to heal and overcome childhood trauma, narcissistic abuse, ptsd, cptsd, higher ACE scores, anxiety, depression, and mental health issues and illness. Learn tools that therapists, trauma coaches, mindset leaders, neuroscientists, and researchers use to help people heal and recover from mental health problems. Discover real and practical advice and guidance for how to understand and overcome childhood trauma, abuse, and narc abuse mental trauma. Heal your body and mind, stop limiting beliefs, end self-sabotage, and become the HERO of your own story.  Join our FREE COMMUNITY as a member of the Unbroken Nation: https://www.thinkunbrokenacademy.com/share/AEGok414shubQSzq?utm_source=manual  Join us for our FREE trauma Transformation conference this December at: MYUNBROKENLIFE.COM Download the first three chapters of the Award-Winning Book Think Unbroken: Understanding and Overcoming Childhood Trauma: https://book.thinkunbroken.com/  Join the Think Unbroken Trauma Transformation Course: https://coaching.thinkunbroken.com/  @Michael Unbroken: https://www.instagram.com/michaelunbroken/  Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@michaelunbroken  Learn more at https://www.thinkunbrokenpodcast.com  Learn more about James Connor at: https://www.flexiblesites.com/

Wealth Over Now Money Files
45 | How Asking for Help Allows You to Become the Best Version of Yourself

Wealth Over Now Money Files

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 15:20


If you're a type-A person like me, you probably grew up in an environment where you were praised for the ability to do things on your own instead of constantly asking for help. For me, the belief that I should be able to figure everything out by myself served me well… until it didn't and started hindering my personal growth. These last few weeks, I've been exploring what it means to embrace feelings of vulnerability and fear to move out of my comfort zone and reach out for support. Because to say yes to myself and to become the best version of me, I have to let go of the shame and other negative emotions that tell me I should do everything by myself and build that habit to ask for the help that I need. If this resonates with you, especially when it comes to asking for help with your finances, just know that I understand the journey, and I'm here to support you with grace and compassion. On the other side of these negative emotions is a transformation that can change your life for the better. In this episode, you'll learn… [03:33] How emotions can hold you back when you don't allow yourself to process them [07:08] Why it's necessary to embrace vulnerability and ask for help to become the best version of yourself in your personal life and your finances [09:53] Why I get so excited to offer help and support my clients as they shift the way they think about money [12:05] How sharing our struggles and asking for help builds that habit and allows us to reach out more consistently Tune in to this episode of Money Files to move through shame and fear and start asking for the help you need. Get full show notes and the episode transcript: https://wealthovernow.com/how-asking-for-help-allows-you-to-become-the-best-version-of-yourself Links mentioned in this episode… Daring Greatly by Brené Brown

The Root and Rise Podcast | Personal Growth, Motherhood, & Healing Trauma
Pep Talk: Being Strong Is NOT Hiding Your Weaknesses

The Root and Rise Podcast | Personal Growth, Motherhood, & Healing Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 7:55 Transcription Available


A quick pick-me-up pep talk for those bad days when you're not feeling strong - we are reframing our challenges and difficult emotions in a positive and empowering light because you truly are stronger than you know.Whether you are feeling triggered, discouraged, or being hard on yourself for how you are feeling or acting during a challenging time, I got you.

Bald and Blonde
Asking for Help

Bald and Blonde

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 29:46


Asking for help seems to be a challenge for many. Do you ask for help when you need help? How do you respond when someone turns to you asking for help? What does help mean to you? How do you define help? In this episode Kathi and Daisy discuss how asking for help impacts our lives. Enjoy! We need your help with as little as $1 to continue serving humanity with free quality content that we have provided over the past 100+ episodes. Every little contribution helps us to serve our human family! https://baldandblonde.live/support-us Join our Telegram channel here for deeper discussions: https://t.me/baldandblonde Link to download the Island Model Book: https://daisypapp.com/store/homo-sapiens-isolatus We appreciate your support so we can keep our episodes free of advertisement! You can support us here: https://baldandblonde.live/support-us Also, check out our Empowering Audio Programs™ and join thousands of others achieving outstanding results! https://baldandblonde.live/empower-audios For more resources visit our website: https://baldandblonde.live Leave a review on Apple Podcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bald-and-blonde/id1528121193 Leave a review on Podchaser for Android users here: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/bald-and-blonde-1401497 Follow us on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/baldandblonde.live/ Empowering Audio Programs™ here: https://baldandblonde.live/empower-audios --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/selfrecoding/support

Hypnosis With Joseph Clough
#745 Fear of Asking for Help

Hypnosis With Joseph Clough

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 29:30


In this episode we discuss one of fears we can encounter which is the the fear of asking for help.  It is so imporant to get over this hurdle, as otherwise we feel shame and stay the same.  Are you ready to get out of your own way and step into your desires? Apply to be personally coached by Joseph at https://www.josephclough.info/talk 

Your Daily Writing Habit
Your Daily Writing Habit - Episode 1270: A Different Take On Asking For Help

Your Daily Writing Habit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 3:42


“Asking for help with shame says: You have the power over me. Asking with condescension says: I have the power over you. But asking for help with gratitude says: We have the power to help each other.” -Amanda Palmer If you struggle with asking for help, especially when you're struggling in the book writing process, this episode is for you. Join the author conversation in Ink Authors: https://www.facebook.com/groups/inkauthors/ Learn more about YDWH and catch up on old episodes: www.yourdailywritinghabit.com Learn more about me, “Christine Ink,” and how I support authors: https://christine-ink.com/ 5 Things To Know Before Hiring a Book Coach: https://christine-ink.com/book-coaching-2/

Black Girl Flow Podcast
88 | Hyper-indpenedence or Asking for Help? Unpacking why we struggle to ask for help

Black Girl Flow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 26:48


Being able to ask for help when needed is so extremely important in building community and healthy relationships, but if you are anything like Lexy then you struggle with even keeping people in the loop of what you need help with and this hyper-independence can hurt relationships, so we talk today about how we can go past the "strong independent black woman" narrative and work to lean on our community.

The Families of Character Show
Overcoming the Stigma of Asking for Help

The Families of Character Show

Play Episode Play 38 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 25:21


This episode explores the lies we believe, as parents, about asking for help. Mothers are having nervous breakdowns, fathers are hiding in the shadows of addictions, people are suffering because of the stigma around asking for help. Take a listen and identify which areas of your life you could step out and ask for help (personally, with your spouse, and/or with kids). Don't forget to opt in for our weekly email newsletter, too. You'll get our FREE printable every Tuesday that pairs perfectly with each podcast episode. We promise only to email you stuff that truly matters to parents! Want to hear more from parents like you who are seeking self improvement and a better life for their children, too? Join the Thrive Community by Families of Character, our online Facebook Community where we support each other and offer resources that truly help.  Catch us on the social channels, too! We are on FB and Insta and would love to hear from you.Want to check out our shop for tools that help you manage screen time, get your kids to pitch in around the house more, and take responsibility for their own morning and evening routines? We've got you covered! www.familiesofcharacter.com

Science Friday
Asking For Help, PFAS Chemicals, Plastics Recycling, Depression Book. October 21, 2022. Part 2

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 47:12 Very Popular


The Science Behind Why You Should Ask For Help Sometimes asking for help—even for the smallest of favors—can feel awkward, or like you're inconveniencing someone else. But the odds are, you're probably wrong. Studies show that people are much more willing to lend a helping hand than you would think, and both parties usually end up happier. Guest host Shahla Farzan talks with Dr. Xuan Zhao, a psychologist at Stanford University, about the psychology behind asking for help.   A Possible Achilles Heel For Troublesome PFAS Chemicals Long-lasting chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, are used widely in everything from firefighting foam to microwavable popcorn bags. The chemicals are a popular component of polymer coatings that resist heat, grease, stains and water. PFAS compounds (a family that includes roughly 12,000 different substances are often called “forever chemicals” in popular science coverage, because they're designed to be super stable and don't break down in the environment. But what makes them last “forever” from a chemistry perspective? And what can we do about it? Current PFAS disposal methods are expensive and labor-intensive, blasting the chemicals with temperatures over 1,000 degrees C in a high-pressure environment. But a research study published in Science has found a possible Achilles' heel: a weak spot in the chemical bonds. The research points to a new possible method for disposing of PFAS chemicals, which uses special reagents to knock off a group of oxygen atoms at the tail end of PFAS, triggering a cascade of reactions that breaks the PFAS chemicals down into harmless components. The paper's lead author, Brittany Trang, joins guest host Shahla Farzan to discuss this development in PFAS research.   Engineered Bacteria Might Help The Dream Of Mixed Plastic Recycling We've all been there—standing by the recycling bin, holding some sort of plastic object, and trying to figure out if it can go in the bin. There are many different types of plastic out there, from the film that wraps the meat at the grocery store, to the plastic in your milk jug. But they all differ in their ability to be recycled, and in the specific procedures and recipes that it takes to process them. Writing in the journal Science, a team of researchers describes a demonstration process that can break down a mixed bag of plastics, even dirty ones, and produce a single chemical output that could be used in industry. The process starts with a catalytic oxidation process involving metal salts, an acetic acid solvent, heat, and oxygen. That process is essentially a “controlled combustion,” says Dr. Gregg Beckham of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. The oxidation process breaks the plastics in the reaction into a blend of liquid chemicals. Then, that blend of products is fed to a strain of engineered bacteria that have been designed to be able to eat each of those chemical breakdown products, and use them to make a specified product. Beckham says that in the initial experiment, they created two different products—one a biodegradable plastic, and one a precursor to a type of recyclable nylon—but the method could conceivably be adapted to any product that bacteria can be enabled to grow via synthetic biology. Beckham joins SciFri's John Dankosky to talk about the demonstration, and the challenges of moving this technology out of the laboratory and into an operating recycling process.   How Understanding Depression Goes Beyond The Scientific Method Science has yet to pinpoint exactly why some people experience depression and others do not. And it may never be able to give a fully satisfying answer. While people with depression may have similar symptoms, each person's story is just a little different. And there's no “one size fits all” treatment. Guest host John Dankosky talks with John Moe, who has spent a lot of time thinking about the nuances of depression through a humorous lens. Moe is the host and creator of the podcast Depresh Mode and author of The Hilarious World of Depression, which shares a name with his previous podcast.    Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.

Hormone Rants
Why is asking for help so hard?!

Hormone Rants

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 24:29


In today's episode I break down two common blocks we, as women, have around asking for help and receiving help from our support system. Listen in to hear how your cycle is already showing up in these situations AND how you can use it to rewire your relationship with asking for help. CONNECT WITH MEVisit: www.brianavillegas.comFollow: @brianavillegascoachingWork w/ Me:  www.brianavillegas.com/discoverycall

The You Project
#958 Asking For Help - Tommy & Harps

The You Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 30:47


Tommy is back at TYP Central and this time talk about why we seek approval from people who don't care about us (I've done it), why we're so insecure, my walking backwards update (and why it's so good), being barefoot in the supermarket (apparently it's not okay), why we're so crap at asking for help, my dodgy lower back and how I'm fixing it, the pandemic of poor posture and lots more. Enjoy.  vidpod.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Uplevel Your Relationships
Asking for help

Uplevel Your Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 17:14


Do you consider asking for help a sign of weakness?As women we are socialized to think that we have to "do it all." This is especially true for those of us in medicine - we have high-powered careers AND expect ourselves to do the work of a stay-at-home-mom at the same time.On today's episode of the podcast, I talk about why it's so hard for us to ask for help. I discuss 4 areas in which you can start requesting outside assistance today.Take a listen, and then send me a message and let me know - where are you going to request some help today? You know I love to hear from you.​Have a beautiful week,xo Allisonhttp://allisonandersoncoaching.commailto:info@allisonandersoncoaching.comhttp://instagram.com/allisonandersoncoachinghttp://facebook.com/allisonandersoncoaching​P.S. Want some help with your marriage? I'm your girl. My signature 1:1 coaching program, Marriage MD, is THE place for women physicians who want to create marriages as hot as their careers. Don't be afraid to ask for assistance in upleveling your relationship! This is my passion, and I have the exact tools you need to catalyze a serious transformation in your experience of your marriage. Click here to schedule your first session for free.

Daily Devotions from Lutheran Hour Ministries

October 13, 2022 Daily Devotion from Lutheran Hour Ministries

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition
How to Add Value by Asking for Help

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 8:02


In the last episode, I talked about ways to add value by creating an asset list. In this episode of Real Relationships Real Revenue, I'm sharing ways you can add value that you can't put on an asset list. It's simply asking for help. This is because the science shows that we like the people we help.    Topics We Cover in This Episode:    Why you shouldn't hesitate to ask for help How the act of helping correlates to likeability Ways to ask for help or advice   Never hesitate when it comes to asking for help. The science is there, it makes you much more likeable to the person you are connecting with. So find a way to do it. Challenge yourself to do this over the next couple of weeks and you'll be amazed at the results. It's one of those things that most people don't do but it's really powerful when you do.    If you're interested in learning more about this, make sure to check out my conversation with Marissa King. She throws down some amazing advice for asking for help and gives even more robust advice than I do here so you don't want to miss it.      Resources Mentioned: Listen to my conversation with Marissa King

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition
How to Add Value by Asking for Help

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 8:02


In the last episode, I talked about ways to add value by creating an asset list. In this episode of Real Relationships Real Revenue, I'm sharing ways you can add value that you can't put on an asset list. It's simply asking for help. This is because the science shows that we like the people we help.    Topics We Cover in This Episode:    Why you shouldn't hesitate to ask for help How the act of helping correlates to likeability Ways to ask for help or advice   Never hesitate when it comes to asking for help. The science is there, it makes you much more likeable to the person you are connecting with. So find a way to do it. Challenge yourself to do this over the next couple of weeks and you'll be amazed at the results. It's one of those things that most people don't do but it's really powerful when you do.    If you're interested in learning more about this, make sure to check out my conversation with Marissa King. She throws down some amazing advice for asking for help and gives even more robust advice than I do here so you don't want to miss it.      Resources Mentioned: Listen to my conversation with Marissa King

I Never Knew (INK) by Life Coach Maureen
"Don't Do It Alone"-Finding Sobriety Requires Asking for Help- Episode 18- Guest Dane Walthers

I Never Knew (INK) by Life Coach Maureen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 64:15


Listen to today's episode where I speak with Dane Walthers, 15 Years Sober who now advocates and helps others achieve sobriety. He discusses his story of struggle and what it takes to release guilt and find support. www.sobersociety.solutions FB @ Sobersociety365 *Crisis Hotline 1-800-410-6825

Spaniard School
34 - Asking for Help

Spaniard School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 12:03


Who wants to look weak or weird in middle and high school? Not many people. So when it comes to asking for help, we tend to NOT ask for it because we feel like it'll make us look weak or weird. But that's not reality. ASKING FOR HELP IS NOT WEAK OR WEIRD. It takes strength and courage. Accepting and admitting that you need help takes humility, and that's a good thing. There are people in your life who care, so please utilize them. Use this episode as a nudge toward asking for help. ... Get this book here: The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse To inquire about assemblies and speaking: Speaking Form Learn more about Spaniard School online membership: Spaniard School Purchase all your books here: Spaniard Show Reading List Get my two books here: DRIVEN, Becoming the World's Toughest Lifelong Learner Connect on social media: Instagram: @charliespaniard YouTube: Charlie "The Spaniard" Brenneman Facebook: Charlie "The Spaniard" Brenneman Twitter: @charliespaniard 

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church Sermons
Asking for Help -- Pastor Gina

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 20:09


Pastor Gina preaches about asking for help on this Sunday morning. Join us for worship every week at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 am or live-streamed on our website at 9:30 am.

Unleashing Souls
112: asking for help is not a crime.

Unleashing Souls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 22:39


If you're anything like me, “I need help” could be the most challenging 3 words for you to utter. Truth is, we all need help and there is no way we can fulfill our life purpose and assignment without the use of people. In this episode, Holy Spirit shares a new perspective on what it means to receive help.  If you would like to ask a question about the faith  Head over to this video and leave your question in the comment section. Verse: Nehemiah 3 Do you need accountability in your relationship with Christ? Do you find it hard to pray? Join the Unleashing Souls Prayer Community and be surrounded by people like you who want to keep their relationship with God on fire. JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: HERE Follow us on IG:  @Unleashingsouls To Watch this episode click HERE

Audio Dharma
Happy Hour: Asking for Help

Audio Dharma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 49:52


This talk was given by Nikki Mirghafori on 2022.10.07 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. ******* Video of this talk is available at: https://youtu.be/S-xjQhTEXYA. ******* For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org ******* If you have enjoyed this talk, please consider supporting AudioDharma with a donation at https://www.audiodharma.org/donate/. ******* This talk is licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License

Do You, Sis
Aunt Flow, Men vs. Women's Weight-loss Journey's, Asking For Help

Do You, Sis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 30:52


In today's episode, Host Ashtin is joined by friend Sydney Hunter. Together they talk about how to stay consistent when Aunt Flow arrives, the difference between women's and mens weight loss, and knowing when to ask for help.

AquatiZoo podcast
Asking for Help

AquatiZoo podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 29:58


It can be rather intimidating and nerve-wracking to do a thing as "simple" as asking another human being for help. Today we sort through the potentially negative feelings and get to the benefits of admitting that you can't do it all alone. www.patreon.com/aquatizoo l.semple@magicalvacationplanner.com www.magicalvacationplanner.com/staff/lori-semple

MUVE FORWARD
406: Finding Comfort In Community + Asking For Help

MUVE FORWARD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 16:47


This week I am jumping on solo to chat about something that has been on my mind a lot lately and that is community... or lack thereof. As I embark on this journey of launching my new business and doing all the things, I have learned that having a community of people surrounding me is so important. Not only to have customers, but to have friendship and support and sometimes help, too! In this episode I chat about: Community and how we have become more separated from this concept or are doing our own thingsThe value of having your own community or building your own community Questioning why has our society broken away from a community based space?Swallowing your pride and asking for helpAnd so much more!  Have you checked out my new fitness apparel line yet? Use code MUVE10 for 10% off your first order at www.muvelife.comGet in touch with Michelle:@themichellewolfe@themuveforwardpodcastWebsite: www.themichellewolfe.com

Allow Accept Approve
52. Why Asking For Help is HOT and Essential and Why We Don't Do It Enough

Allow Accept Approve

Play Episode Play 20 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 35:19


In today's episode, I talk all about asking for help!This episode is KEY. Support is our method of growth and something we don't tap into enough. We have been taught that independence is key and it has created a disconnect inside communities. I talk about: - How giving support is a human need - The 4 ways/areas you can lean on support - Putting down your ego and get curious - Utilizing the support systems you have around you - You can't expect yourself to know it all - Shifting your perspective from burden to blessing  - Trusting people's offerings of support - Self-responsibility vs independence  - Fear of rejection when asking for support - Verbal sharing as a form of support and processingAnd so much more.Loved this episode? Please leave a review on apple podcasts or Spotify and share it with a friend. I would love to hear from you on Instagram about what you would love to learn more about and what guests you'd love to have on the show. If you are interested in 1:1 coaching with me you can book a discovery call here or reach out to me on Instagram at @daniellehattonn - this is a 14-week program we have together to support you in getting clarity around what you truly desire, bringing approval to your desires, and breaking through and limiting beliefs/fears that are holding you back from pursuing it. We also work on learning to receive, expressing desires, setting boundaries, honoring yourself, people-pleasing tendencies and so much more. Every client's process and needs are different so we make sure to tailor this to your own journey and process! 3 spaces currently available.Join my upcoming breathwork class on October 19th: https://www.daniellehatton.com/store-1/p/virtual-breathwork-class-october-19th this is an amazing opportunity to experience breathwork, release anything that you need to let go of and create space for clarity and desires to come to you! Hopefully, see you there!

No Excuse To Miss
60. Asking For Help w/Omar "Crispy" Avila

No Excuse To Miss

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 48:48


Personal struggles are inevitable as we move through life. A willingness to ask for help and conversely being of service to others, enables us to work through those tough times. Scott Volquartsen is joined by Purple Heart recipient Omar "Crispy" Avila to discuss how to ask for help in times of personal struggle, his military service, as well as his new book Under My Skin.

HyperLocal(s)
Bre & Griffin Mulcahey. Finding a Brain Tumor and Asking for Help.

HyperLocal(s)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 56:58


Former Champaign resident and podcast guest, Griffin Mulcahey takes the back seat as his wife and my friend, Bre, takes center stage in their makeshift, Austin studio during a recent trip to visit this Midwest-turned-Texan couple. The visit was in response to a call for help when the couple was overwhelmed with healing and emotions and exhaustion.Listen as Bre relives the life changing call from her doctor during a mushroom microdose session, saying goodbye to her baby and toddler before undergoing brain surgery, the extreme precision in which the surgery must be performed to survive, the extremely slow recovery process and what the next months and years of her life will look like. While riding high from a lucrative business deal and dream move, the couple got news that will forever mark a pivotal period in their timeline of life. Now a hit to their reality has caused both Bre and Griffin to look at the minutiae of life as “get-to-dos” rather than “have-to-dos.”A very special thank you to this episode's sponsor, Austin and Kelsey Beaty of The Beaty Agency at Country Financial located on Country Fair Drive in Champaign. Call for a quote today. Austin is also very active (and entertaining) on most social platforms so find and follow Austin Beaty of Country Financial. Rest easy. Switch your car, life and auto plans today and put your safety in the Beaty's hands. Search Austin B-E-A-T-Y at CountryFinancial.com for all the contact info.

Aligned & Soulful Success
Why Asking for Help is Vital to Your Success as an Empath

Aligned & Soulful Success

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 12:03


What is your go-to strategy when you are confused, lost or simply need help? Do you research the answer and try to figure it out all on your own? If so, that is very common for Conscious, Sensitive, and Empathic Souls. In order to grow, progress and reach your desired levels of success, learning to ask for help is essential.  Here are some things I discuss in this week's episode. Some reasons you may not ask for helpHow your conditioning can contribute to your desire to figure it out on your own. A recent personal experience where I needed help How help can show up for you How asking for help can actually benefit othersIf you are ready to move to your aligned, soulful, purposeful business and need help, then Book your Business Strategy call*I only have 2 client slots available in October so if you are feeling called to connect, I would love to speak with you.Please note:  I continue to connect with my clients who are empaths, high-achievers, and experiencing burnout. Your Free Guide: "5 Ways to Feed Your Soul and Rise Into Your Leadership as an Empath"   https://theenlightenedheart.pro/free-giftIf you love oracle cards and want a tool to help you step into your confidence and find your inner jewels:Oracle Cards: “The Jewels Inside”IG: https://www.instagram.com/kavitalifecoachFB: https://www.facebook.com/kavitalifecoach

Bold Goal Crusher Podcast
Ep 80. Asking for Help to Achieve your Goals with guest Mel Daniels

Bold Goal Crusher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 38:13


My guest this week helps us uncover the importance of asking "why" and different ways you can ask for help toward achieving your bold goals! Mel Daniels is a Content Strategist, Coach and Speaker who loves to understand ‘why'. Even past her toddler years, she always asked why. She wanted to understand why things worked like they did, why people acted a certain way and why she was the only one who loved peanut butter and sultana sandwiches. Mel's purpose is to teach and empower women who want more from their business, on how to use content in a genuine way. She gives them the confidence they need to become more visible, seen as the expert that they are and inspired to take their business to the next level. In this episode we talk about: [1:57] How Mel got into her career [3:40] The understanding of “why” [6:30] Direct and indirect ways to get help with your goals [12:40] Where to start when going after a big goal [15:20] Find your zone of genius by writing out a list [18:00] Outsourcing is an investment in yourself [22:30] Work WITH your values and beliefs when making content [32:00] How Mel celebrates her wins [35:00] Where to connect with Mel Connect with Mel: www.meldbusinessservices.com.au Instagram @meldbusiness Connect with Sara: Instagram @saramayerconsulting Facebook @saracmayerconsulting LinkedIn @saramayerconsulting

Make Life Less Difficult
Eric Skinner: Starting Over & The Challenge of Asking for Help

Make Life Less Difficult

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 71:40


My guest today is Eric Skinner. Eric began again at the age of 20 following a diving accident that left him paralyzed from the upper chest downward. Eric's post-injury journey required him to relearn most ordinary physical activities and to hone as strengths the qualities of personality, intellect, and a renewed drive that would serve him during a new life of great challenges and rewards. After his accident, Eric earned a degree in marketing and communications and worked in the fields of advertising, publishing, and non-profit communications. The highlights of Eric's life have been meeting and marrying his wife, Carol, and raising their daughter, Abby, together. Along with spending time with family, Eric enjoys reading, writing, and cheering his favorite sports teams. Elizabeth Tilstra, my guest on episode 41, introduced me to Eric, and I'm so glad she did!  Eric's story will have you sitting on the edge of your seat and shaking your head in amazement as he describes his diving accident and the journey of healing and growth that happened afterward.As Eric and I initially connected by email he shared some of the highlights of his story and I was amazed!  What amazed me even more than his story however was the fact that at the end of his email he declared that he didn't think his life and story were very interesting.  I was astounded and we talk about this in our conversation because I think it's a great reminder that each of us have amazing stories to share, but they aren't necessarily interesting to us… because we're living them!I hope Eric's story will inspire you to share more of your stories because there's always someone who they will touch and in turn inspire!Eric, thank you so much for coming on the podcast and sharing these pieces of your journey.  You give us all much to think about and ponder.  I know we've barely skimmed the surface of your journey, so I look forward to hearing more in subsequent conversations!Make Life Less Difficult

How to Be Awesome at Your Job
800: How to Get Better at Asking for Help with Dr. Heidi Grant

How to Be Awesome at Your Job

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 37:28


Dr. Heidi Grant reveals the secrets to asking for and getting the help you need. — YOU'LL LEARN — 1) Why asking for help is beneficial for everyone involved 2) The do's and don'ts of asking for help 3) The telltale sign that you need to ask for help Subscribe or visit AwesomeAtYourJob.com/ep800 for clickable versions of the links below. — ABOUT HEIDI — Dr. Heidi Grant is a leadership, influence and motivation expert, who is ranked among the top management thinkers globally. Her books include 9 Things Successful People Do Differently, and Reinforcements: How to Get People to Help You. She is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review and CBS Mornings, and her TED talk has been viewed more than 3 million times. • Book: Reinforcements: How to Get People to Help You • Website: HeidiGrantPhD.com — RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW — • Book: Make It So: Leadership Lessons from Star Trek: The Next Generation: Make It So: Leadership Lessons from Star Trek: The Next Generation by Bill Ross and Wes Roberts • Book: The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien • Past episode: 773: How to Amplify Your Message Through Powerful Framing and Storytelling with Rene Rodriguez — THANK YOU SPONSORS! — • BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month of therapy at BetterHelp.com/AwesomeSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Stuff Mom Never Told You
Happy Hour #86: Boundaries and Asking for Help

Stuff Mom Never Told You

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 17:29


In this mish-mash of an episode, topics include setting up boundaries, people-pleasing, and asking for help.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The MFCEO Project
360. Q&AF: Instilling Drive In Your Employees, Asking For Help & Developing Business Skillsets

The MFCEO Project

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 32:21 Very Popular


In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on what's the best way to manage people who have potential but lack the drive to improve, how to ask for help without coming from a place of weakness, and why it's crucial to develop a business mindset when having specialized skillsets such as lawyers & doctors.