We sit down with Life Coach, Amy Says So by Amy Stone, to discuss how adults who are stepping into a stepparent relationship can prepare and find contentment in this new role. In this interview, Amy discusses:• Unique challenges that blended families can face. • How to prepare to enter into a stepparent relationship in a way that honors yourself, your spouse, and your stepchildren. • The importance of open communication within a blended family when experiencing a shift in family dynamics. • How to resist comparisons—marriage and parenting are not contests. • How to lovingly detach from things that are outside of your control. • …and much more!If you would like to speak with one of our attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.pacificcascadelegal.com.If you're interested in getting in touch with Amy, you can do so by visiting her website at https://www.amysaysso.com/Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.See less
Welcome to episode 89! This week we were joined by justpape from our Discord! We discussed Matt's love of last gen and tabletop games, as well as being a gamer in a huge family that's constantly on the move. We also discussed Grave's trip to the ER, food poisoning allegations, standing in line for Wii preorders, the season finale of Last of Us, the Diablo 4 beta, our favorite Counter Strike memories, and much more!
The Daring to Rest Podcast: Talks on Women Rising Up Rested
Today on the Daring to Rest Podcast a mother and daughter who have been in the Daring to Rest community join Karen to share their rest stories. You'll learn about their mother-daughter rest bond, and how rest has impacted their lives. Resources for this episode: https://daringtorest.com/podcast/79
The World and Everything In It
On Washington Wednesday, lawmakers investigate the chaotic 2021 US withdrawal from Afghanistan; on World Tour, a record-breaking cyclone slams Mozambique; and lessons learned in a game cafe. Plus: who gives a hoot, commentary from Ryan Bomberger, and the Wednesday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional supportcomes from Africa Inland Mission – partnering with churches for gospel outreach among Africa's unreached peoples. More at aimus.org. And from Dordt University. See for yourself why Dordt offers outstanding academic programs and a Christ-centered community. More at Dordt.edu/visitJoin WORLD's multimedia training for college students and recent graduates. Accepted students receive hands-on instruction from expert journalists and a full scholarship. Apply at wji.world by March 31st.
The SKATCAST Network presents:The Just A Ride Podcast #37 with Jeff Getchell, Shaiden Hutchman and Zaq FlanaryToday's Ride:The guys talk about a ton of things from a crazy police story, to mini-bats (flying foxes) and the importance of that little crusty piece on a corn dog and much more. Have a fantastical Friday JARgoneers!Visit us for more episodes of SKATCAST and other shows like SKATCAST presents The Dave & Angus Show plus BONUS material at https://www.skatcast.com Watch select shows and shorts on YouTube: bit.ly/34kxCneJoin the conversation on Discord! https://discord.gg/mVFf2brAaFFor all show related questions: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow SKATCAST on social media!! Instagram: @theescriptkeeper Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scriptkeepersATWanna become a Patron? Click here: https://www.patreon.com/SkatcastSign up through Patreon and you'll get Exclusive Content, Behind The Scenes video, special downloads and more! Prefer to make a donation instead? You can do that through our PayPal: https://paypal.me/skatcastpodcast Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bonding....Can you imagine a better topic to podcast about? Us either. And goddamn it if we didn't deliver in a major way. This is a hot toddy. Enjoy. If you'd consider giving to the show's patreon page....it helps pay our bills (not line our pockets) and as a bonus, you get some cool benefits and prizes, including your membership into our “not a dick” hall of fame: patreon.com/wrongabouteverythingpodcast please support our sponsors! if you need a place to store your money, join the thousands of Minnesotans who have saved money with less fees and lower loan rates by joining a MN Credit Union. To learn more: mncun.org -if you are injured in an accident or due to someone else's negligence, we strongly recommend looking up the great Michael Bryant at Bradshaw & Bryant: mnpersonalinjury.com If you need help with a podcast, video, or livestream check out MBC Multicast Studio! To learn more, message them at email@example.com -or visit their site at mbcmulticast.com
The Grand Life: Wholehearted Grandparenting
Bonding with your grandchildren over music is such a joy. Music as one part of a multisensory experience is the subject of this conversation with composer/pianist Murray Hidary, who advocates for the connectedness that music can produce. Murray's performance experiences are explained (and his concert schedule) is at www.mindtravel.com, and his free coloring/drawing meditation booklet is here. His schedule of upcoming virtual live experiences is here.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Child Custody: Bonding vs. Discipline – Episode 231 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Co-parenting situations often make parents feel as if they are in a competition with the other parent for their child's affection. We see parents try to deal with this in a number of ways, some over discipline, some talk to the child about the other parent, and others don't discipline at all. And yet, all of these approaches create a whole list of unintended consequences, not the least of which is poor outcomes in Court. In this episode, we'll discuss how to find the appropriate balance between bonding and discipline. For more information, please visit www.divorceuniversityonline.com. Thanks for listening!
Practically Speaking Mom: Intentional Mom, Strong Family
In episode 174 of the Practically Speaking MOM Podcast, we cover *resources for talking to our kids about current events and freedom, 2. spring break goals 3. Easter bonding plans, 4. Some details about parenting college age kids.COUPON CODE is "MARCHsale" for 10% off anything in the PSM Store! Expires 4/1/2023. Link to AUDIO BOOK of Wearing All Your Hats without Wearing Out $10 before coupon.This is a listener supported podcast. To give a set amount each month click here. A few dollars a month would help so much!Here's some other ways to give:Cash App: $valPSMPaypal: val@PracticallySpeakingMOM.comDonate with a creditcard HEREAll donations will be used for the ministry. Gifts are NOT tax deductible. THANK YOU for partnering in this ministry to strengthen families and encourage intentional moms.Visit Val's website: PracticallySpeakingMOM.comJoin Val's Facebook Group Intentional Mom, Strong FamilyFollow Val on Instagram and her Facebook Public Page Practically Speaking MOM"May the Words of my mouth and the meditation of my hear...
Princeton University is known for its eating clubs: Cap and Gown, Charter, Ivy and Colonial. But this private members club isn't associated with the university and doesn't hold open houses to find new members. The Nassau Club was founded by Woodrow Wilson to bring the townsfolk and the University together. It now stands as one of the most elite dining clubs in the nation and Nathalie Wilson is its Director of Food and Beverage. Nassau Club's Food and Beverage Director Nathalie Wilson Wilson has served elite memberships across the country. As General Manager at Suburban Golf Club to Restaurant Manager at Greenwich Connecticut's Stanwich Club, Wilson has seen the scenes behind the iron gates at the highest levels of private members clubs. But Nassau Club is different. Wilson takes us through a day in the life of the club, from its guest rooms upstairs to its breakfast service through to dinner service. With just a dozen staff in the restaurant, Wilson takes care of each and every member, of which there are 1,100. Although membership seems heavy, half the membership is rarely seen but just continues to hold the membership for nostalgic reasons and perhaps their once-a-year trip to Princeton. Search Firms Are In Bed With Private Clubs The podcast turns toward finding talent post-Covid and how Nathalie believes executive search firms are not always finding talent but are more inspired to ensure they get the nod for the next search rather than find the right candidate for the search at hand. With a consolidation of executive search in the industry, Wilson is concerned that candidates are not being found and compensation packages are being artificially restrained. The Wait Staff Olympics Although Princeton might be a bit stodgy, the wait staff at various restaurants and clubs is not. The town holds the Wait Staff Olympics annually, in which waiters and waitresses might be seen trudging through Palmer Square with trays full of drinks and trying to gain the fastest time with the least droppings amidst cheering colleagues. Bonding for a service staff in a university town that is heaving full of people servicing the students, faculty and university dignitaries.
Tax rebate debate at the Capitol is coming to a head as big bonding bill comes to a vote and lawmakers weigh taking action to curb Hyundai and KIA thefts. This is an evening update from MPR News, hosted by Tim Nelson. Music by Gary Meister.
Are you not entertained with Remy X
In this episode... NO REMY!!!!! In this episode Jim and John start at the bottoom and rank the 25 best Bond films. This episode covers 25 up to 11. Grab your rocket packs and strap in!!!! Please enjoy!!!!
Maria Coutou spent almost a decade working for several high-profile litigation firms, gaining immense experience working for widely different clients. In 2018, she founded Atlantic Coast Title & Escrow and has since led it to become one of the most prominent and groundbreaking title insurance companies in Florida. Christina Tatum accumulated years of highly valuable experience working in the fields of real estate and criminal law before becoming a partner at Atlantic Coast Title & Escrow, bringing to the table her passion as well as her immense talent in dealing with all types of clients. Together, Maria and Christina are revolutionizing the world of title insurance, bringing forth a new proposal for dealing with clients and agents that makes the whole process much more streamlined and satisfying for the final client. Join us to learn how they grew their incredible enterprise and the lessons that can be gained as a real estate professional from their experience working in title insurance. Don't miss this chance to learn how these two highly talented attorneys are shaking the world of real estate in this episode of Real Estate Excellence! [00:00 - 06:47] Maria Coutou and Christina Tatum's Road to Real Estate Success • Maria Kutu and Christina Tatum are partners of Atlantic Coast Title in Escrow. • Maria initially worked in civil litigation/personal injury law before transitioning to title and escrow. • They differentiate their business through marketing and customer service. • Tracy Hayes will discuss how they run their business and what sets them apart from other title companies, as he doesn't approve of most title companies. [06:47 - 12:59] Maria and Christina's Journey Across the Different Branches of Law • Maria began her career as an injury attorney and went on to practice civil litigation for the following 5 years. • Christina went to law school, dead set on becoming a state attorney, and she worked for juvenile criminal cases, but it wore her out, so she went to teach at a law school. • Maria worked for several high-profile civil litigation firms and founded Atlantic Coast in 2018. [12:59 - 19:09] Bridging the Gap in Title Work and Home Inspections • There is a gap in the title industry in Jacksonville, which disconnected title companies from real estate agents due to a lack of accessibility and communication. • Maria was mentored by a friend who knew more about title work before she entered the industry. • Communicating and being accessible is key to succeeding in the title insurance industry. • Christina and Maria are at the front of communications with their clients, and that sets them apart from other attorneys in the title industry. [19:09 - 25:13] How Two Attorneys Turned Their Title Company Into a Boutique Service • Maria and Christina started with a focus on making attorneys accessible. • Their title company is operated by attorneys and isn't as strongly bound to protocols and bureaucracy as others. • They rather focus on providing a premium service to a few clients rather than taking too many deals. • They remain competitive in their business by being at the forefront of their relationships with their clients, being available to them, and maintaining competitive fees. [25:14 - 31:20] The Importance of Title Insurance and What to Look Out For • Title attorneys are responsible for making sure the title is clear and that there are no issues after closing. • Title insurance protects against third-party claims in the past that may not have been recorded or done correctly. • It is important for owners to have a title insurance policy to protect against any future claims. • Vacant land fraud can occur when someone impersonates the rightful owner of the property. [31:20 - 38:00] How Maria Overcame Challenges to Start Her Own Real Estate Business • Maria initially faced challenges getting her name out and creating opportunities, but she leaned on contacts and opened doors for herself. • Maria would attend open houses on Saturdays to meet agents and introduce herself. • She had to learn the ins and outs of real estate, but she had mentorship and support, and her experience in litigation gave her an edge. [38:00 - 44:02] How Hard Work and Personality Led to Real Estate Success • Basic work like cold calling and open houses was key for Maria and Christina's success. • Closing deals is about figuring out the personalities of potential clients. • Helping clients through the process of understanding the paperwork they sign makes the business more memorable and those clients more likely to come back. • Always being available to answer questions and making clients have a good time is key to success. [44:02 - 49:40] Breaking Down the Process and Saying Yes to What Sellers Need • A good business focuses on making closings easy and stress-free for clients. • This can be done by using tools like remote online closings and notarizations. • It's important to go the extra mile to ensure clients are comfortable and happy. • Saying yes to everything the clients need is key. [49:40 - 55:44] How Title Companies are Setting Up Agents for Success • Stay up to date on technology and changing laws with title company conferences, journals, and underwriters. • Build lasting relationships with real estate agents by providing a personal touch. • Focus on events that help real estate agents get business rather than events that focus on the title company. [55:44 - 01:01:29] Bonding and Building Trust a Key Step Towards Growth • Maria and Christina host multiple events to bond with their clients and agents, which generates confidence in them and improves their experience. • They also send gifts and details on special occasions to their agents' families. • Social media can also be an important means of bonding and network-building. [01:01:30 - 01:07:21] Navigating Complex Situations, Processes, and Home Titles • Some of the complex situations that Christina and Maria have handled include: • When a seller does not want to proceed. • When a couple is getting a divorce and fighting over proceeds. • Having to skip traces on spouses, sometimes strange spouses. • Having to pay a private investigator to find a spouse. • Parents wanting to put their kids on the title without understanding the implications. • Clients need to understand the full implications of their choices over titles, and title companies can help with this. [01:07:22 - 01:12:55] Avoiding Tax Shock: Tips for Buyers When Homesteading • Parents should consider a life estate deed to ensure that their child does not have to go through probate when they pass. • Lenders usually require a quit claim deed when refinancing. • Parents can also buy a property for their child to live in while they are in college and put them on the deed to save money on taxes. • Agents should be aware of potential tax increases if the buyer is purchasing a homesteaded home. • It may be better to take the 10% cap on taxes rather than homesteading in some cases. [01:12:55 - 01:19:02] Creating a Positive Closing Experience • Atlantic Coast is breaking records with their underwriter, Old Republic, and they only close deals in Florida. • Being accessible and down in the trenches to get the work done has been key. • They provide extra services such as high escrow for buyers. • Christine and Maria go the extra mile to provide a positive experience for clients, such as by popping champagne bottles with them when they close. Quotes: "We don't need the biggest title company. We just wanna be the best." -Maria Coutou "Failing forward is the greatest learning process." -Christina Tatum "We just don't say no to anything. We handle all that stuff. We just make it easy." -Maria Coutou "If your clients leave your office with a smile on their faces, that will set you apart from others in the market. It's that last touch that they will always remember.” -Christina Tatum "If you want something different, you have to go out and do something different." -Maria Coutou To learn more about Maria and Christina's business, stay up to date on their projects, and make contact with them for future networking opportunities, make sure to follow Atlantic Coast Title and Escrow's social media and business pages: https://www.actitle.com/ https://www.instagram.com/actitleescrowt https://www.facebook.com/ACTitleEscrow/ If you want to build your business and become more discoverable online, Streamlined Media has you covered. Check out how they can help you build an evergreen revenue generator all powered by content creation! SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW as we discuss real estate excellence with the best of the best.
There is more to “guide dogging” than meets the eye. Contrary to popular belief, guide dogs are not perfect robots or GPS systems who can single-handedly take handlers to class or tell them when to cross the street. Working with assistance animals is much like learning a language, an entirely new way of communicating. In the 26th episode of Legally Blonde & Blind, I share my experiences applying for and training with my first guide dog. Tune in to learn more about my challenges, success, and takeaways from my first month as a guide dog handler! “I got a guide dog because I wanted to prioritize my happiness and safety over arbitrary notions of necessity or independence.” Connect with Legally Blonde & Blind! Website - https://www.legallyblondeblind.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/legallybb_/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/legallybb/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/legally-blonde-blind/ Key Points: 0:00 - Introduction! 1:50 - All About Smalls! 6:00 - Why did I record this episode a month after being matched? 7:10 - Disclaimers 8:45 - Why did I apply for a guide dog? 9:00 - Reframing my Attitudes towards Disability and Independence 13:00 - Investing in Myself 14:30 - Choosing Joy 16:00 - What is the application process like? 18:20 - What I learned from my first month as a guide dog handler 18:40 - Bonding doesn't happen instantly 19:30 - Having a guide dog is a CHOICE 21:15 - Feedback does not equal Failure 22:45 - Dogs learn from EVERYTHING 24:20 - Take things one step at a time 25:00 - Guide dog training is VERY emotional 27:00 - Confidence is key Resources: “Canes vs. Guide Dogs | Pros and Cons” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyq-JgvpvHQ&list=PLwa2HVLMFj5Vmgh7QkaCvWTHS6ZJlRVfv&index=2&t=680s “5 Things I Wish I Knew before Getting my First Guide Dog” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sZI7UTQ40g&list=PLwa2HVLMFj5Vmgh7QkaCvWTHS6ZJlRVfv&index=7 “Zenith in Action | Watching my Guide Dog Work” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRdRQ2KTkLI&list=PLwa2HVLMFj5Vmgh7QkaCvWTHS6ZJlRVfv&index=9 “How I Handle Access Issues” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEgUf7BPNJc&list=PLwa2HVLMFj5Vmgh7QkaCvWTHS6ZJlRVfv&index=21 “Try Guys Train Guide Dogs for a Day” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvAmiYQgytA “10 Worst Things about Having a Guide Dog” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVPTwDjT9Ek “I Almost Left Training without My Guide Dog” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lK1pzIvGUWA&t=244s “Guide Dog vs. Cane - Pros and Cons!” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yd2O9qmq8qc&t=918s “Guide Dog User Answers Most Googled Questions about Guide Dogs” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mZ8Hk_j9D4&t=531s “All About Guide Dog Retirement” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEkLu3UxaH4 “College Advice || Service Dog Addition” - https://youtu.be/gBN014EPez4 “The Challenges of Having a Service Dog in College” - https://youtu.be/QNnQbLiWPLQ “White Canes vs. Guide Dogs. Which is Better? 21 Pros and Cons” - https://youtu.be/IURFgbt-AGc
Doing Divorce Different A Podcast Guide to Doing Divorce Differently
Today I am joined by Keith and Sheila Hittner from Our Healthy Homes. Keith talks with us about his experience with divorce and raising his five children with Sheila. He talks about the struggles that he went through and how he supported his children through difficult circumstances. Sheila discusses how she bonded with Keith's children and what got her started on her Healthy Homes program. Together they talk about how their experiences have played into their realty work, supporting different situations for clients, and the importance of bonding when a new adult comes into a family post-divorce. Tune in today to learn the four pillars of a healthy home and tips for introducing a new relationship post-divorce. In this episode: [1:15] Introduction to Keith and Sheila Hittner and their background. [5:32] Keith and Sheila share their lessons with bonding. [9:13] Keith talks about his experience with divorce, which included his five children. [13:05] As Keith looks back, does he think amicable mediation would have been an option for his divorce? [15:38] What was it like to send Keith's children to their moms where the environment wasn't good? [17:39] How old were Keith's children when he and his ex-spouse went through their divorce? [18:30] What was it like for Sheila to bond with Keith's children? [22:38] How does their experience with divorce play into their current reality work? [24:04] What are the four pillars of a healthy house? [25:17] What are the health items that Sheila is promoting? [28:37] What tools does Sheila use for her Healthy Homes program? Key Takeaways: When kids are involved, you are together whether you are married or not because there will always be circumstances where you need to participate together, such as birthday parties, holidays, weddings, etc. Some children will experience a sense of betrayal and guilt towards their biological parents when they bond with a step-parent. A healthy home means having the right real estate, ecosystem, and physical and mental health. If those four pillars aren't all spoken to and worked on, then the roof is going to fall. Guest Bio: We believe that owning a home allows you and your family to put down roots and become established in the community. We believe that owning a home makes your family feel safe and more connected. We believe that families that own homes are more successful because they feel the pride of ownership and are modeling the American dream. We believe this dream is for everyone, no matter what the background, family structure, or anything else. These beliefs are central to everything that we do. Whether it is helping you buy or sell a home or helping you discover lifestyle choices that will make your home healthier. We believe that your home is central to your family life, and we want to be a resource to you, now and in the future. Quotes: “I just want everyone to know that there is an option that you don't have to fight it out in court.” - Lesa Koski “When you don't have your health, what do you have?” - Sheila Hittner Resources: Keith and Sheila Hittner Links Keith and Sheila Hittner Website Phone: (651) 775-9194 Lesa Koski Website Lesa's Online Courses The Onward app was made for divorced parents to help track, share and split their children's expenses. Download The Onward App today for iOS or Android!
On this podcast episode, we are joined by Stefan Engelhardt from Brown & Brown Risk Solutions, who shares his insights into bonding cryptocurrency enterprises. Cryptocurrency is opaque to many, but this podcast offers a closer look at what constitutes cryptocurrency and how cryptocurrency transactions interface with money transmitter bonds. Also discussed are what financials and indemnity can look like when bonding cryptocurrency enterprises and what is the current appetite for bonding cryptocurrency enterprises. Be sure to check out the NASBP Virtual Seminar that Stefan presented titled, “Keeping Surety Weird: Exploring Opportunities in Commercial Surety”. With special guest: Stefan Engelhardt, National Surety Practice, Sales & Outreach Director, Brown & Brown Risk Solutions Hosted by: Kat Shamapande, Director, Professional Development, NASBP and Mark McCallum, CEO, NASBP Sponsored by Old Republic!
Join me for a summary of Oliver Liebl's lecture looking at digital orthodontics, through both digital indirect bonding and in-house aligners. The workflow Oliver described was through Onyxceph in a step by step process, however the modules used are similar to other available software modules. Oliver described the ‘digital orthodontist' who uses 1. Digital bracket positioning with Indirect Bonding Trays IDB 2. Finishing with in-house aligners Digital bracket positioning Advantages · Automatic placement of different heights, MBT, Andrews etc · Virtual simulation = visualise effects of changes Digital model, AI segments dentition, but requires some manual adjustment for the Gingival, occlusal and lingual aspects 1. Bracket selection · Bracket library of commercially available brackets 2. Bracket positioning · Select placement philosophy – automatically place brackets, MBT, Andrews, Alexander · Customise o Change bracket position o Change prescription · Visualise changes with automatic alignment on 3D pane · Select archform 3. Indirect bonding trays · Transfers virtual position through a 3D printed tray to the patient i. Change geometry of tray, thickness, cutting guide i. Values of the tray Oliver shared for the brackets he commonly uses – Experience SLB by GC · Active STL file export to 3D resin printer i. Resin – fits to each bracket system and printer, trial and error 4. Print IDB tray · Horizontal position · Remove IBT trays · Wash – isopropanol · Light cure – 50 minutes in glyceryl · Placement of brackets in tray · Use separator / releasing agent such as oven spray · Place bracket into IDB tray 5. Clinical steps · Etch, bond, conventional bonding · Use of acetone to remove finger prints on bracket base · Butter in adhesive to the mesh base · Light cure Finishing with aligners Virtual debonding, however not great results, better to debond and re-scan to plan Aligner 3D module set up Onyxceph · Modify tooth position · Settling process – like a Hawley a. Leave small occlusal gap for posterior settling Aligner attachment 3D · Select any available shape · Can add SARA wings, act as class 2 correctors, developed by Aladin Sabbagh Staging of aligner movement a. Parameters programmed per aligner i. Chose values which are predictable, depends on clinician and size of aligner Print working model b. Horizontal model 25 minutes or vertical 60-70 minutes c. Wash residual resin d. UV light Trimline choice e. Straight Vs scalloped f. Prefer straight. Cowley 2012 i. Less attachments ii. Greater force delivery iii. Greater predictability GET ORTHODONTIC SYMPOSIUM SEPT 8-9/2023, Aligners, bracket or both We are raising money worsening humanitarian crisis taking place in Turkey and Syria, please donate https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/farooq-ahmed5
The Birth Experience with Labor Nurse Mama
Today I am chatting with a new mama who found me at the end of her second pregnancy. Ronnie is married to her high school sweetheart and mama to a son and a daughter.Ronnie had a traumatic cesarean in 2020, leading her to seek a VBAC birth when she was pregnant again.Ronnie sent me this lovely email, "You were the only birth-related blogger/podcaster that didn't make me feel ashamed for being so uneducated about and traumatized by my first birth. I felt so broken after my traumatic c-section. I thought my body was a failure, I was weak, and my babies were just too big. Then…you. You and my (new) very supportive doctor gave me the confidence to jump in head first and pursue a VBAC. Thank you. I feel whole again. I found you, and you gave me the confidence I needed to push through! I had a very redemptive VBAC last November…and I feel like a new woman!"We chatted about her VBAC birth experience and how she was surprised that her bond with the baby didn't happen off the bat. Mama, this is normal and doesn't mean you are a bad mom.When you first bring your newborn home, it can be hard to figure out what to do. Here are some tips to help you and your new baby bond more easily.It's normal to feel like you're not bonding with your newborn.You're exhausted, and it can feel like your baby is just an extra thing you have to care for in addition to your other responsibilities. The most important thing you can do is give them a safe environment, so they feel secure and loved.Make sure that you and your partner have time together with the baby. This will help you feel connected to each other and ensure everyone meets their needs.Don't be afraid to ask for help. It's important to remember that this is a big change for everyone—for you, your partner, and your family members—and there are many ways people can get support when they need it.If something isn't working for you or someone else, don't hesitate to reach out!Here are some tips and tricks to help you overcome the initial hurdles and enjoy this incredible experience.1. Take time for yourself.It's crucial that you set aside time for yourself so that you can recharge your batteries and come back to parenting with a fresh perspective.2. Have realistic expectations about what kind of parent you will be.Don't expect to be perfect at first—or ever! You won't have all the answers, and it's okay not to know exactly what you're doing. If your baby is safe and healthy, everything else will eventually fall into place!3. Accept help from others when it's offered (and don't feel guilty about taking advantage).Accept offers of help when your friends and family suggest them--especially when you are so tired that you feel you can't do anything right. People who know you well will not be offended if you ask them to hold your baby while you shower or if they take the baby while you go to the store for diapers. People who love you want to help, and this is an excellent opportunity for all of you to get to know each other better!Finding Help During PostpartumTo find a therapist or information for postpartum.netFor a supportive mama community, join LNM Pregnancy and Postpartum Membership: Calm Mama SocietyResources: Grab a Free Pregnancy/Postpartum Checklist BundleConnect w/ Trish: On InstagramOn FacebookOn YouTube
Part Two Leanda Weider LCSW Attachment Specialist Join Laura Lee and her guest, Leanda Weider, as they continue exploring the topic of attachment/bonding with a focus on adoption...
Join Laura Lee and her guest, Leanda Weider, as they explore various attachment disorders and how they play out in stages of life. Leanda specializes in working with adoptive parents and children.
DRAMA. with Connor & Dylan MacDowell
Dylan and Connor are joined by the fabulous Alysha Umphress (On The Town, “Bonding”). It's a proper kiki, full of laughter while nothing is off the table. The trio immediately bond over their love of ol' London Town, reveling in their pantomime adventures and favorite afternoon tea spots. Alysha spills on her upbringing in the Bay Area, her multiple appearances in Annie the Musical, and her Shellie Award nominated performance as the red headed orphan. We cover her Broadway turns in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, American Idiot, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, and of course On The Town. They chat about leaving one's mark on a role, such as Hildy in On The Town, or reimagining a track like she did in Smokey Joe's Cafe. Alysha shares her love story with her husband Cody Williams, as well as dishes on her four times bartending on “Watch What Happens Live.” These three discuss “The Traitors,” “Vanderpump Rules,” and “You” in this funny and fantastic chat. Check out Alysha's upcoming concert appearances below!Follow Alysha on InstagramSee her at Joe's Pub this April 9! Follow DRAMA. on Twitter & Instagram & TiktokFollow Connor MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramFollow Dylan MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramEdited by Dylan
Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen endorsed a bill that would allow the state to borrow up to $450 million to speed up road construction.
Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen endorsed a bill that would allow the state to borrow up to $450 million to speed up road construction.
The Daytona 500 is back, but more practice needs to be, too (1:30); Steve's plan for getting more Daytona 500 entries (3:30); and for improving Duels action (5:30); turning points in the Daytona 500 (7:30); the importance of pit cycles and caution flags (9:30); impact of the choose rule being used at Daytona (11:00); dissecting the winning move by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (12:30); determining the race winner on a last-lap caution (14:00); Kyle Larson's lament on the last-lap decision (16:30); analyzing what might or might not have happened if Larson had a redo (19:00); how Stenhouse's best superspeedway mistakes likely helped him become a first-time Daytona 500 winner (22:30); the message that crew chief Mike Kelley sent to Stenhouse (26:00); and some history their longtime relationship (28:00); why that crew chief-driver rapport can mean so much through the faith instilled (30:00); “Ricky Stenhouse Jr. knew whatever happened in that race, he was going back to a group that supported him” (32:00); a little more on Stenhouse the person (34:00); a funny Stenhouse anecdote from the links (36:00); why does it seem as if more unexpected winners are happening in the Daytona 500? (38:00); can it be reconciled with being the season's biggest race? (40:30); Fontana lookahead (43:00).
Delayed bonding is common after a traumatic birth, but it can make us feel like we're doing something wrong, like we somehow don't know how to be a mom or parent. Join me as I dive into the topic of delayed bonding after birth trauma including ways to facilitate bonding and better understanding our feelings related to delayed bonding. For more birth trauma content and a community full of love and support, head to my Instagram at @thebirthtrauma_mama.Learn more about the support and services I offer through The Birth Trauma Mama Therapy & Support Services.
The Lien Zone Podcast: A Podcast About Construction Law, Contracts, Liens and Bonds
In this episode of TheLienZone Podcast, host Alex Barthet and guest Jonathan Bursevich from Alter Surety discuss three easy ways to increase your bonding capacity. The post 3 Easy Ways to Increase Your Bonding Capacity with Jonathan Bursevich appeared first on TheLienZone Podcast.
Grizz 901 - Memphis Grizzlies Podcast
Daniel welcomes in Ryan & Nate to breakdown the NBA All-Star Game. They will choose the winner of the Dunk Contest & 3pt Contest. The guys will draft their teams and let the people choose who the winner will be. Don't forget the Karl Malone talk... --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grizz901/support
This is a golden opportunity to bond with your kid over your favorite music, but are you willing to leave someone behind to do it?
The POZCAST: Career & Life Journeys with Adam Posner
0:10 – Celebrate Yourself1:21 – Zack and Miri Make a Porno2:18 – Bonding on George Carlin4:30 – ‘The Man' Moment5:29 – Lesson learned from George Carlin9:08 – Repurposing / Interpreting George Carlin10:34 – Jack of all trades12:04 – Keep the pieces together14:22 – Killroy as NFT20:52 – Indie Film Moment22:48 – NFT dropping on July 1st23:39 – What excites you in web3?25:31 – Relationship Advice28:48 – Kevin's North Star
On this podcast episode, we are joined by Larry LeClair, Director of Government Relations at NASBP, who will offer some helpful tips when meeting with elected officials. We delve into the importance of engaging with elected officials, so they are attuned to the important issues facing their voter constituents and how those issues directly impact their respective state and/or district. Larry also provides a real-life example where an active NASBP volunteer connects with his elected official resulting in a significant policy change for the surety industry. The podcast also highlights the significance of attending NASBP's Federal Legislative fly-in. Please visit the NASBP Fly-in for more information and subscribe to NASBP's Focal Point, an electronic bulletin that provides concise, bulleted summaries of key legislative and regulatory developments. With special guest: Larry LeClair, Director, Government Relations, NASBP Hosted by: Kat Shamapande, Director, Professional Development, NASBP Sponsored by Old Republic!
Valentine's Day special with our Feature Valentines Guest Marz, the host of the Down in the Den podcast and owner of Marz Entertainment. Enjoy the vibes from our Tinder Experiment.
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Editor - Chris McCaleb, ACE TO LESLIE editor Chris McCaleb ACE has been exploring the art and craft of editing since 2000, working closely with filmmakers like Michael Mann, John Sayles, and Vince Gilligan over the years. In 2006, McCaleb co-founded the filmmaking collective Big Fantastic, where he was involved in the writing, directing, producing and editing of over 400 episodes of original online dramas, such as the Emmy-nominated “Prom Queen” and “Sam Has 7 Friends.” McCaleb returned to editorial full-time in 2011, and has been editing TV series like “Better Call Saul,” “Halt and Catch Fire,” “Fear the Walking Dead,” “Patriot,” “Lodge 49,” and “Narcos” since 2014. TO LESLIE is McCaleb's first feature film as an editor. TO LESLIE tells the story of a West Texas single mother struggling to provide for her son when she wins the lottery and a chance at a better life for both of them. But a few short years later the money is gone and Leslie is on her own, living hard and forced to make a difficult choice. Editing To Leslie In our discussion with TO LESLIE editor Chris McCaleb ACE, we talk about: The true nature of awards season campaigns Bonding with the director over virtual reality Giving producers and directors other options Protecting the performances with every cut Teaching the audience how to watch your movie The Credits Visit Extreme Music for all your production audio needs Hear Chris talk about his work on BETTER CALL SAUL Listen to Chris and BREAKING BAD / BETER CALL SAUL teammates Kelley Dixon ACE (editor) and Kathryn Madsen (sound supervisor) give their advice for future film and tv makers See the latest new features in Avid Media Composer Send me your feedback and questions here Subscribe to The Rough Cut podcast and never miss an episode Visit The Rough Cut on YouTube
StrollerCoaster: A Parenting Podcast
What does it even mean to bond with your child? What do you do if you can tell it's not happening? Lynn bonds (see what we did there?) with nationally recognized experts Dr. Gabrielle Mauren and Dr. Michelle Wiersgalla through their conversation on building relationships with our kids. Then we learn even more when we hear from mom Jen Malia who went from a strained relationship with her son to a meaningful connection. Lastly, we'll whisk you away for a relaxing time out!
The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor
Sympathy is a powerful word that showcases emotional bonding in humans. In the initial times, small groups sharing a common tragedy invoked Empathy and one of them facing a worse tragedy invoked sympathy- such events, although, were rare. But in present times, sympathy-seeking behavior is seen common where small issues are portrayed as huge events to seek sympathy. It is magnified due to social media. But this behavior causes one to focus only on the negatives. And sympathy is not a solution to loneliness but just a quick fix. Our Habit Coach Ashdin Doctor shares 3 powerful habits to unlearn how to not make a mountain out of a mole hill. Check out Ashdin's Book: Change your Habits, Change your Life Send your questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat/ Know Your Coach on this link: (Habit Coach Hot Seat ) You can watch the full video episodes of The Habit Coach Podcast with Ashdin Doctor on the YouTube channel. You can also check out Ashdin's Linktree Page here: (https://linktr.ee/awesome180) Check out the Awesome180 website: (http://awesome180.com/) You can follow Ashdin Doctor on Twitter | Linkedin | Instagram | Facebook Find the show across audio streaming apps:Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | JioSaavn | Amazon Music Do follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @ivmpodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Batirs discuss Neanderthals, aging gracefully, and the top ten dirtiest cities in America. Discussed Articles: Dirtiest Cities in America Extreme Aging 9,000 year old Stone Henge
As we begin to close out Season three of Bonding with our Healing. Cohost Monica Schwemin brings to the table, how living in fear of judgement can hinder one's energetic abilities to arise. Host Mahatma Starseed assist in expanding this conversation so that we can better communicate the truth of what is happening right now instead of leading in the truth of the past situations that typically create deflective thoughts and habits. It's time to heal our Witch wounds, our shame spirals and overcoming opinion giving without being asked to share. We end the episode like all episodes with empowered tips. So make sure to fully listen and enjoy. Meet the Cohost Monica Schwemin is an intuitive energy healer who has a passion helping others step into their authentic self and live life radiating their Essence. Website: www.momicaintheraw.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/momicaintheraw/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArtfullyIntuitive Meet the HOST Mahatma Starseed is the founder of Elite Motivation411. As a holistic business coach, Mahatma assist you in focusing on how to approach your career, health, home life and the way you educate yourcellf and your family and/or tribe. As the creator of Elite Motivation411 and EM Healing deep intention is to build a enlightened awareness for our communities so that we can better care for yourcellf and our families. You can connect for one on one Spiritual Growth Consulting or Group workshops. Check out the links below to see how to keep in touch with Mahatma Follow up with your own private unfoldment. Schedule a session below https://calendly.com/emotivation411-calendly/empowerment More Scared Services below or to get a copy of her ebook https://linktr.ee/EliteM411 Find out more about us on IG/FB @Mahatma_starseed and elitemotivation411 on YOUTUBE --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mahatmastarseed/message
Guests: Blue Jays closer Jordan Romano and catcher Danny Jansen, Chicago Cubs reliever Ryan Borucki This week in Deep Left Field, host Mike Wilner brings together three best friends as Ryan Borucki, Danny Jansen and Jordan Romano talk about their journey through the minor leagues on the way to Toronto and how their friendship developed through small towns and injury rehab, with great stories along the way.
The Mother of All Bull Markets in Treasuries with Alex Gurevich⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Leave a five star review and comment here: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-acid-capitalist-podcasts/id1511187978
On this episode, Jeff Akin reviews Star Trek The Next Generation, The Bonding (Season 3, Episode 5). He will examine the leadership approaches of Captain Picard and Counselor Troi. A child on the Enterprises loses his mother and he is all alone. Captain Picard not only has to tell him of his loss, but also has to solve an alien mystery. In this, he demonstrates that a leader rarely needs to make decisions, or enter into situations, on their own. Join The Mailing List https://1c819b-14b8.icpage.net/performance-review Starfleet Leadership Academy Online Store: www.starfleetleadership.academy/store Starfleet Leadership Academy Consulting https://www.starfleetleadership.academy/p/consulting/ Follow the Academy and connect through: Website: https://www.starfleetleadership.academy/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SFLApodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jefftakin/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCebdT7xtm2237q0f857BBuw Got friends who are fans of Star Trek or interested in topics on leadership? Don't forget to share the podcast! Support the Starfleet Leadership Academy Podcast on: https://patreon.com/sfla And if you visit the episode page at https://www.starfleetleadership.academy/, you'll find a transcript of this episode. The Starfleet Leadership Academy is a proud member of the ElectraCast Media Best Business Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stethoscopes to Swaddles Podcast
In this episode, we dive into the topic of love maps and how they can help reduce stress in relationships. Love maps are essentially a mental map of your partner's world, including their interests, hobbies, and daily routines. By having a deep understanding of your partner's love map, you can improve communication, strengthen your bond, and decrease stress levels in your relationship. Join us as we discuss the importance of creating and maintaining love maps, how to have the stress -reducing conversation with your partner, and tips for improving your relationship through this process. The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work -Book Questions for Couples Journal Gottman Love Deck Keywords: Love maps, relationships, stress reducing conversation, communication, bonding, mental map, partner, interests, hobbies, daily routines, relationship improvement.
Listen as Paul Abernathy, CEO, and Founder of Electrical Code Academy, Inc. the leading electrical educator in the country, as he answers more questions from the Let's Ask Paul Portal over at www.PaulAbernathy.com.In this episode, Paul will tackle the question of explaining bonding bushings and when you may need them and so many things on bonding in Article 250 that this episode is going to wear you out.If you are looking to learn more about the National Electrical Code, for electrical exam preparation, or to better your knowledge of the NEC then visit https://fasttraxsystem.com for all the electrical code training you will ever need by the leading electrical educator in the country with the best NEC learning program on the planet.
The guy in today's Second Date made his date sit through 7 minutes of uninterrupted silence as a way of BONDING them closer together? Did it work? Probably not… but we'll talk to him in the podcast anyway!
The guy in today's Second Date made his date sit through 7 minutes of uninterrupted silence as a way of BONDING them closer together? Did it work? Probably not… but we'll talk to him in the podcast anyway!
All sexual activity comes with risks, pregnancy, STIs, or STDs, so most people use barriers (condoms) for protection. The only way to truly avoid risk is to abstain from sex. I'm sure they're some people who do, but it ain't us! Lbs! Fluid bonding is the decision parties make to stop using barrier protection during sexual encounters, and exchange bodily fluids. What are some reasons people become fluid bonded? How do you initiate that conversation with your primary partner? Join us the episode to find out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/knot4u/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/knot4u/support
Join Dijana and Mahatma as they unfold the truths about the Global Journey the world is embarking on. The Alarming paradigm shift of the normal path ahead is bringing things like Nature, regeneration, Core reflections become more of the mainstream headlines to the forefront of our minds. It's time to curator your own validation and be the openness your world deserves. We jump into topics of the importance of zooming out and becoming more flexible. Are you getting ready for your shift ahead or just waiting it out until you have no choice but to redesign your journey forward. If you are looking for the right type of support, schedule a session with one of the host today. Links below Meet Cohost Dijana Dijana is a certified holistic counsellor, intuitive mentor and transformation guide who is passionate about guiding people to their highest potential. Dijana knows that if we as individuals are fractured within, we cannot expect a harmonious community and family, as we transfer that fractured energy to others. She works with individuals, families and communities to heal, strengthen and awaken their mind, physical, emotional and quantum energy so they can have thriving, powerful and deeply fulfilling lives and relationships. With an extraordinary ability to see the unseen, Dijana knows that this is what she has been put on Earth to do. Taking a 100% person-centred approach, Dijana integrates mind-body-emotion into wholeness, awareness, acceptance and love. She customises her approach to each person that she works with, providing tailored tools and strategies to support them to grow and become empowered. Dijana has a special interest in working with the beautiful emerging generation of young people in their teens and 20s, partnering with those who fully embrace their emotions and are beginning to gain traction on their personal development journey and spiritual awakening. Creating a great organic flow with people early on in the relationship, Dijana offers one-on-one sessions and is growing her online community. With a love of educating others, she also provides a range of self-paced online programs and writes and facilitates workshops. Dijana invites you to join her to take your own journey toward a higher perspective and create a new vision of you in the world. Ultimately, a new you! Connect with her email address - firstname.lastname@example.org Check out the website http://www.dijana.org/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dijanamh/?hl=en Facebook https://www.facebook.com/dijana.martonharris/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/mentoringforawakening Meet the HOST Mahatma Starseed is the founder of Elite Motivation411. As a holistic business coach, Mahatma assist you in focusing on how to approach your career, health, home life and the way you educate yourcellf and your family and/or tribe. As the creator of Elite Motivation411 and EM Healing deep intention is to build a enlightened awareness for our communities so that we can better care for yourcellf and our families. You can connect for one on one Spiritual Growth Consulting or Group workshops. Check out the links below to see how to keep in touch with Mahatma Follow up with your own private unfoldment. Schedule a session below https://calendly.com/emotivation411-calendly/empowerment More Scared Services below or to get a copy of her ebook https://linktr.ee/EliteM411 Find out more about us on IG/FB elitemotivation411 on YOUTUBE --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mahatmastarseed/message
Now, you probably wouldn't expect the subject of intimacy to come up in a discussion of wallpaper. Yeah, well it did. I have a friend who is a painter and a wallpaperer for a living, and he was helping in our office. He actually volunteered to help us out by scraping the old wallpaper off a wall that really needed some work. And before we were in our building, someone had put wallpaper on the sheetrock years ago. Well, when I walked in, he was very frustrated because what happened was, well apparently, when they had applied that wallpaper to the sheetrock they hadn't put any preparation layer on it. So, you can probably guess what happened. The wallpaper and the top layer of the sheetrock had sort of become one. And when he scraped off the wallpaper, you got it. The top layer of the sheetrock came with it. He was pretty frustrated, and he held them up to me and he said, "I can't separate them!" Then he said, "You know what we call this, Ron?" We being "wallpaperers" I guess. He said, "We call this an intimate bond." Well, those intimate bonds are hard to separate. I'm Ron Hutchcraft and I want to have A Word With You today about "Intimate Bonding." Now, our word for today from the Word of God comes from the lips of Jesus in Mark 10, beginning at verse 7. "For this reason, a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife. And the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore, what God has joined together, let man not separate." Sounds strangely like a conversation I had with the wallpaperer doesn't it? Separated...bonded in a way that you really cannot separate them. Well, if you go over the 1 Corinthians 6:16, you find out what powerful glue sexual involvement is between two people. Here's what it says, "Do you not know that he who unites himself with a prostitute is one with her in body? For it is said that two will become one flesh." Now, there's no more meaningless sex than with a prostitute. But even that creates a lasting intimate bond. Our society has devalued this wonderful bonding God has given us, but it hasn't weakened its power. And maybe you're devaluing this great gift of sexual closeness and intimacy without even knowing it. Let me suggest some ways that can happen. One is sex without commitment. It could be that you've experimented with sex and played around with it without a lifetime commitment to a partner, and that leaves permanent scars whether you know it or not. You're playing with something that will make that person always a part of you, and that's scary. And if you do it often enough, you will lose your bondability; like tape that gets stuck together too often. You won't be able to stick to another person in that bonded way the Bible talks about. Secondly, you can devalue it by using sex as a weapon. That's why in 1 Corinthians 7, the Bible says, "Don't deprive each other in marriage of a sexual relationship." Don't use sex as a weapon. It's too special to abuse by using it to get your own way. Thirdly, we can devalue this bonding by sex without meaning, where you are married but you really aren't one. You had an argument; you're in disagreement, but you're going through the motions. Get your oneness together again emotionally, so you can then express it physically. And finally, you can devalue it with sex outside the boundaries. That could be an adulterous relationship or somehow you introduce another person into this intimate, unbreakable bond, even pornography. And you create an emotional schizophrenia for everyone involved. Look, have you played with God's bonding gift? Confess that to Him. Let Him cleanse you as 1 John 1:9 promises He will, "If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us all our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness." Make it right. Reserve it for one relationship, and then use it unselfishly. I can still see that wallpaper and that sheetrock merged into one. When it's right, it's so beautiful. When bonding is wrong, it's so destructive. The language of love that God calls sex, it truly is an intimate bond.
Kavitha Rajagopalan continues her good journey of how she and her family found the light in the darkest of times. This is Part 2 of the story so if you haven't listened to Part 1, jump back one episode to catch up. We guarantee this one to be as inspiring as it is uplifting and it will remind you, us all, to keep going even when the going gets so tough it seems impossible.
Episode 18: Today, host Jesse Pujji (@jspujji) is bringing you a special bonus episode addressing a frequently asked question—how do you run a great team off-site? Listen to hear Jesse break down the fundamentals of running an impactful off-site with your team—from effective preparation, to what types of strategy sessions to hold, to the best team-bonding exercises. (00:00) - Intro (00:29) - Why you run an off-site (01:24) - How to run an effective strategic off-site (05:14) - What makes for a great off-site beyond strategy (6:00) - Bonding games and exercises (07:11) - Important things to keep in mind when preparing for your off-site #TheCrazyOnes #Startups #Entrepreneur Watch this episode on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/@TheCrazyOnesPod Subscribe to Morning Brew! Sign up for free today: https://bit.ly/morningbrewyt Follow The Brew! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/morningbrew/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/MorningBrew Tik Tok - https://www.tiktok.com/@morningbrew Follow Our Hosts! Alex Lieberman (@businessbarista) Jesse Pujji (@jspujji) #TheCrazyOnes #Startups #Entrepreneur Subscribe to Morning Brew! Sign up for free today: https://bit.ly/morningbrewyt
Having a New York Moment, finding a Tesla charger, making room to park, and having it all. Use code oopsbeans at https://brooklynroasting.com/ for 5% off your next order! Use code OOPS at https://www.birddogs.com/ for a FREE Tumbler! Video versions of every episode: https://www.youtube.com/c/OopsThePodcast Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/oopsthepodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/francisccellis/ https://www.instagram.com/notjulio/ Produced by Chris Caso & Ryan Lynch https://www.instagram.com/chris.mp4/ https://www.instagram.com/ryanisreallypolite/You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/oopsthepodcast