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Hear In LA
Loren Stephens & the Fine Art of Ghostwriting in Brentwood

Hear In LA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 71:51


This longtime Angeleno loves books, writing, and helping others tell their stories. She also love the small-town vibe of her beloved neighborhood. In this episode we talk about her skill as a ghostwriter, what got her to move to Brentwood, and what it was like to live so close to the home Nicole Brown Simpson resided in and what it was like during (and after) OJ's Trial of the Century.

Nashville Real Estate Podcast
Monday Market Update with Jarrod Swanson

Nashville Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 5:36


We're trying something new this week! This is your Monday Market Update on what's going on around the country in residential Real Estate. Here's what we'll cover today in under 5 minutes... 1. Fannie Mae's Forecast 2. How Home Prices are Expected to Shift 3. Mortgage industry will see Loan Level Price Adjustment fee changes on Fannie and Freddie mortgages on May 1st 4. Existing Home Sales Fell for the 11th Consecutive Month And that is your Mortgage News for the week! If you or you're clients are looking for a same day pre-approval or an underwritten pre-approval you can message me directly or tap this link. Also, if you or any of your clients have recently closed on a home with an interest rate in the high 6's or 7 percent range, it might already be time to refinance, which I can help with that as well. Have a great week everyone! Jarrod Swanson, Mortgage Advisor with New American Funding. NMLS ID #2014163. 2 Maryland Farms, Ste. 128, Brentwood, TN 37027. Equal Housing Member.

Therapists Uncut Podcast
Officer Mitch Brouillette on Benefits of School Resource Officers (SRO)

Therapists Uncut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 29:50


  Not only is Officer Mitch Brouillette a seasoned and knowledgeable law enforcement officer, but he is also caring, humble, and basically famous after 20M+ views of a DUDE. Be nice video showcasing Heritage High's gratitude for their very own School Resource Officer, Officer Mitch. Tune into this episode with licensed mental health professionals Nik Young and Alyssa Najera as Officer Mitch shares his experience as a former School Resource Officer (SRO), talks about the benefits of SROs on campus, and highlights the importance of building positive relationships with our youth and community.   Interview with Officer Mitch Brouillette Mitch is an active veteran law enforcement officer with over 20 years of law enforcement experience. Mitch is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.   He holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from California Coast University and graduated from the Stanislaus County Office of the Sheriff Law Enforcement Training Center. He has worked patrol, investigations (Special Victims / Crimes against children Detective), school resource officer and currently is serving as a patrol Sergeant.   Mitch is an active SWAT Team (15 years) member. His current role is team leader. He has held many different roles as a SWAT Team operator to include; Sniper/ Sniper Team leader, breacher, NFDD (flash bang) and chemical agents.   He is a Chemical Agent Instructor, NFDD (Flash bang) Instructor, ALICE Training Institute certified Active Shooter Response Instructor, Law Enforcement Active Shooter Instructor. Critical Incident response Instructor for CATO (California Association of Tactical Officers).   Mitch is a graduate of CATO's (California Association of Tactical Officers) Strategic Leadership Program. He is currently part of the CATO training cadre and serves as CATO's Vendor Coordinator for the CATO conference. He also holds certification as an NRA Pistol Instructor.   You can find Officer Mitch at Contact Us     Resources mentioned: We've pulled together any resources mentioned in this episode and put together some links: Heritage High Resource Officer Mitch Brouillette surprised by a flash mob thank-you. Schrader, Amy Nov. 18, 2016 https://www.thepress.net/news/heritage-high-resource-officer-mitch-brouillette-surprised-by-a-flash-mob-thank-you/article_b6024b08-8e42-11e5-8005-c75b2b7d7326.html   Massive mob overwhelms school's favorite police officer! Official dude. Be nice YouTube Channel. 20 Million + Views https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1uAp69IJnk   Brentwood special needs prom promises to be ‘amazing day'. King, Paula. East Bay Times. April 26, 2017. https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2017/04/26/organizers-looking-for-help-for-brentwood-special-needs-prom/ Thank you for allowing us into your lives and helping us make mental health relatable and a part of your everyday conversation! For more information or to access all episodes visit TherapistsUncut.com.   What is the Therapists Uncut Podcast: The Therapists Uncut Podcast is a light-hearted, informative self-help podcast for grown-ups. It is hosted by off-the-clock therapists hoping to validate your experiences, normalize therapy and therapists, and help you prioritize your mental health. Who are the Therapists Uncut Podcast Co-Hosts: Nik Young is co-host of Therapists Uncut and a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. Nik keeps it personable and professional. Yet, always manages to keep the Therapists Uncut family and followers laughing. You may find them squirreling through topics, stories, or jokes, and all in good fun. Don't worry because someone will bring Nik back around to the conversation. Nik is a licensed marriage and family therapist in their private practice located in Modesto, CA, and is also a Crisis Junkie at heart. In addition to being co-owner of a group private practice, Nik is also a crisis clinician responding to local mental health crisis and emergencies. Learn more about Nik Young at catalystcounselinginc.com Alyssa Najera is co-host of Therapists Uncut and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Alyssa is typically calm and composed on most days, but often has difficulty containing her excitement about the little things in life. She loves to laugh, spread positivity, and is often caught with a smile on her face. Alyssa is also a Child Welfare Services social worker and supervisor alumni, previous child sexual abuse forensic interviewer, trainer and consultant, and CEO of a group private practice in the small town of Oakdale, CA. Learn more about Alyssa Najera at smalltowncounselingca.com or alyssanajera.com. Disclaimer: Thank you for joining Therapists Uncut, a production of AMP Smart Business. To learn more about Therapists Uncut and stay up on upcoming episodes, please subscribe and follow us on social media. As a reminder, although the Therapists Uncut co-hosts are licensed therapists, they are not your therapist. This podcast is not intended to substitute professional mental health counseling. If you need professional therapy, please contact your local provider or primary care provider.  Thanks for listening and we'll see you on the next episode of Therapists Uncut! Social Media Links Instagram @therapistsuncut Facebook @therapistsuncut Credits: Therapists Uncut is a production of AMP Smart Business. Voice Over by Alexia Gloria

The Christian Post Daily
Florida Pharmacies Can't Dispense Abortion Pill, Idaho Faith-Healing Deaths, Pastor Glenn of Brentwood Baptist to Step Down

The Christian Post Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 7:35


Florida has told pharmacies they may not dispense the abortion pill after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said it would allow women to obtain chemical abortion drugs over the counter.President Joe Biden said Monday that America faces another "inflection point" in its history, which the president believes will determine how the country looks in the future, calling it a "time for choosing."Activists in Idaho are continuing their push to repeal or amend laws that protect parents from prosecution when they allow their children to die from preventable illnesses by denying them medical care and relying exclusively on prayer and spiritual healing.An Evangelical Christian teacher in the United Kingdom could be permanently banned from teaching after he was suspended for referring to a biologically female student as a "girl."During a recent interview, Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended her executive order that bans critical race theory, as well as her plans to reform education in the state through school vouchers.Subscribe to this Podcast Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Overcast Follow Us on Social Media @ChristianPost on Twitter Christian Post on Facebook @ChristianPostIntl on Instagram Subscribe on YouTube Get the Edifi App Download for iPhone Download for Android Subscribe to Our Newsletter Subscribe to the Freedom Post, delivered every Monday and Thursday Click here to get the top headlines delivered to your inbox every morning! Links to the News Florida tells pharmacies not to dispense the abortion pill | Politics News Biden says US at a historic 'inflection point' | Politics News More deaths from faith-healing recorded in Idaho | U.S. News Theologian advises pastors on how to tackle divisive topics | Church & Ministries News Teacher faces career-ending decision for ‘misgendering' student | World News Church bombing kills 17 Christians in DRC; Suspect arrested | World News Pastor Mike Glenn announces pending departure from megachurch | Church & Ministries News Sarah Huckabee Sanders defends school vouchers, CRT ban | Politics News

Process Driven
Iteration 81: It's All Kind of Connected

Process Driven

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 4:48


I've been listening to a lot more music lately—and not just in the background while I'm doing something else, but in the foreground as its own activity. Growing up, my mom always had music playing in the house. She was a huge Motown fan, so I grew up listening to Diana Ross and the Supremes, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5, and way too many others to mention. She and my dad were also big Elvis Presley fans. I think my dad sort of wanted to be Elvis, which probably wasn't all that uncommon for men in the late ‘60s. My mom and her friend Carol actually used to wait outside Elvis' house in Brentwood, hoping to catch a glimpse of him coming or going. Although they never saw him there, they did get the chance to go to a party he hosted in 1969 at the International Hotel in Vegas, but that's another story.LINKSUlla StrausBillow Observatory Lisa Bella DonnaCONNECT WITH MEWebsite: https://jefferysaddoris.com  Twitter: @jefferysaddoris  Instagram: @jefferysaddorisSUBSCRIBESubscribe to Jeffery Saddoris: Almost Everything in your favorite podcast app to get Iterations, as well as Deep Natter, and Process Driven all in one feed. You can also find a written version of Iterations on Substack.MUSICMusic For Workplaces by Jeffery Saddoris

Iterations
Iteration 81: It's All Kind of Connected

Iterations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 4:48


I've been listening to a lot more music lately—and not just in the background while I'm doing something else, but in the foreground as its own activity. Growing up, my mom always had music playing in the house. She was a huge Motown fan, so I grew up listening to Diana Ross and the Supremes, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5, and way too many others to mention. She and my dad were also big Elvis Presley fans. I think my dad sort of wanted to be Elvis, which probably wasn't all that uncommon for men in the late ‘60s. My mom and her friend Carol actually used to wait outside Elvis' house in Brentwood, hoping to catch a glimpse of him coming or going. Although they never saw him there, they did get the chance to go to a party he hosted in 1969 at the International Hotel in Vegas, but that's another story.LINKSUlla StrausBillow Observatory Lisa Bella DonnaCONNECT WITH MEWebsite: https://jefferysaddoris.com  Twitter: @jefferysaddoris  Instagram: @jefferysaddorisSUBSCRIBESubscribe to Jeffery Saddoris: Almost Everything in your favorite podcast app to get Iterations, as well as Deep Natter, and Process Driven all in one feed. You can also find a written version of Iterations on Substack.MUSICMusic For Workplaces by Jeffery Saddoris

Jeffery Saddoris: Everything
Iteration 81: It's All Kind of Connected

Jeffery Saddoris: Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 4:48


I've been listening to a lot more music lately—and not just in the background while I'm doing something else, but in the foreground as its own activity. Growing up, my mom always had music playing in the house. She was a huge Motown fan, so I grew up listening to Diana Ross and the Supremes, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5, and way too many others to mention. She and my dad were also big Elvis Presley fans. I think my dad sort of wanted to be Elvis, which probably wasn't all that uncommon for men in the late ‘60s. My mom and her friend Carol actually used to wait outside Elvis' house in Brentwood, hoping to catch a glimpse of him coming or going. Although they never saw him there, they did get the chance to go to a party he hosted in 1969 at the International Hotel in Vegas, but that's another story.LINKSUlla StrausBillow Observatory Lisa Bella DonnaCONNECT WITH MEWebsite: https://jefferysaddoris.com  Twitter: @jefferysaddoris  Instagram: @jefferysaddorisSUBSCRIBESubscribe to Jeffery Saddoris: Almost Everything in your favorite podcast app to get Iterations, as well as Deep Natter, and Process Driven all in one feed. You can also find a written version of Iterations on Substack.MUSICMusic For Workplaces by Jeffery Saddoris

The Massage Boss Podcast
194 - How To Build The Right Fit Business For Your Market | Robin Barbee of Franklin Massage Center

The Massage Boss Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 26:00


Robin Barbee is the director and owner of Franklin Massage Center in Brentwood, Tennessee. With her team of high-quality therapists, she has succeeded in delivering the best in specialized deep-tissue sports massage for athletes.    Robin's passion for working with athletes had her voted "Best Massage Therapist" by Nashville Fit Magazine in 2017. She has worked with the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB as well as the Lipscomb softball team, triathletes, Ironmen, Full and Half Marathoners, and Trail and Distance Runners. Many Nashville athletes credit Robin's detailed work on their legs with keeping them at their highest competitive level.   In this episode, we talked about how to find the right staff for your business, how to handle each therapist with different personalities, and how did she decide what payroll would look like in her practice.    Check out Robin's website: https://franklinmassagecenter.com/   Their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063680374590   Want to build a wellness practice that gives you both TIME and MONEY? Learn how more at www.scalingwellness.com    Schedule Your No-Cost 1:1 Strategy Call: www.scalingwellness.com/chat  Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/scalingwellness

Profiles in Leadership with Roy Gillis
Adventures of Superman on the Radio -400401-Kent And Elsie Beechem Drive To Brentwood

Profiles in Leadership with Roy Gillis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 10:29


Adventures of Superman on the Radio -400401-Kent And Elsie Beechem Drive To Brentwood

Monday Morning Critic Podcast
(Episode 358) "Citizen X" Director and Writer: Chris Gerolmo.

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 65:17


Episode 358"Citizen X"Director and Actor: Chris Gerolmo.7-time Academy Award nominated writer of Mississippi Burning Chris Gerolmo wrote Mississippi Burning which was nominated for 7 Academy Awards. He wrote and directed Citizen X for HBO, which was nominated for 7 Emmys. In 2005, he created Over There about the war in Iraq with Steven Bochco. He directed the pilot & wrote much of the series. He also wrote and sang the title song, which was nominated for an Emmy for Best Main Title Theme. Since then, he has released three albums and two EPs. He's also written a book about the loss of his wife to cancer called Death for Beginners, published by Patcheny Press. He lives in Brentwood with his three children.Chris and I touch on a variety of subjects including Citizen X, meeting the most notorious serial killer in history,  Mississippi Burning, Angry Director Alan Parker, Gene Hackman, writing and so much more. Smart, kind and talented man.Welcome, Chris Gerolmo.Monday Morning Critic: Instagram, TiKTok, YouTube and Facebook.Twitter:@mdmcriticwww.imdb.com/title/tt12597724/www.mmcpodcast.comContact:  mondaymorningcritic@gmail.com

San Diego Magazine's Happy Half Hour
Carol Roizen built a healthy cafe in San Diego for their daughter, and it turned into a huge success

San Diego Magazine's Happy Half Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 64:32


This cafe is one of the better places in San Diego to eat clean, sure. It's also parents' love for their daughter. This damn good salad—loaded with all kinds of greens and seeds and micronutrients in various natural forms—was all for her. Every parent knows the feeling. When your kid is sick or hurt, you will do the wildest things you never thought you'd do, uproot your life, quit jobs, take four extra jobs, do whatever it takes to help them regain their health. Parakeet Cafe is what Carol Roizen could do. When she and her husband Jonathan Goldwasser found out their then-young daughter Michelle had tumors on her spine, Carol uprooted their lives and dedicated everything she was to creating the healthiest food she could possibly get her daughter to eat. And it turned into a healthy breakfast/lunch concept that started in La Jolla, then Little Italy, and now they're about to open four more locations across Southern California (Carlsbad, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, and Newport). For wellness month at SDM, we invited Carol and and Jonathan into the SDM offices to tell their family's story. The whole month, we're focusing on people in the food and drink scene who are making food and drink that's focused on health. Check out the January issue here; maybe even subscribe–we send the beautiful glossy mag to your house every month. Like a real magazine. It's wild. In the news, Heritage Barbecue is opening this week in Oceanside—a massive house of slow-cookery from pitmaster Danny Castillo and his wife, who started their good-meat cue spot in San Juan Capistrano as a pop-up in 2017 and it went bonkers; they were a finalist on Food Network's Great Food Truck Race and now Lia's Lumpia has set down permanent roots in Barrio Logan; the owners of Local Tap House in Oceanside have opened a modern west-coast take on the east coast classic: the Jewish deli (pastrami everywhere!); and we get more details on Bivouac Ciderworks' big expansion, as they plan the Bivouac Adventure Lodge next door in North Park. For “Two People, Fifty Bucks,” Carol points to one of the greatest sushi restaurants in San Diego, the one that started it all—Sushi Ota in P.B.; David (surprise surprise!) finds yet another soup that he can't live without—the birria udon with brisket at El Barbecue; and I was reminded this week of a San Diego classic that's perfect for rainy weather soul sads: the polenta plate at Cucina Urbana. Our next podcast, we'll talk with one of San Diego's young farmers who's been supplying San Diego's first three-star Michelin restaurant with the raw materials for that kind of greatness: Spencer Rudolph of Sage Hill Ranch Gardens.

The Long Island History Project
Episode 167: Raymond Buckland in Brentwood

The Long Island History Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 32:05


If you lived in Brentwood in the late 1960s and 70s, you may have encountered a charming, transplanted Englishman named Raymond Buckland. You many not have realized it at the time, but Buckland was in the process of establishing Wicca as a religion in America. A private practitioner at first, introduced to Wicca by Gerald Gardner, Buckland was soon thrust into the public eye by the press. He then helped popularize Gardnerian Wicca through television appearances, newspaper interviews, and his own numerous writings on the subject. He went on to found his own museum and his own tradition of Seax Wicca. On today's episode, we talk with Peter Ward (Brentwood Public Library) and Ellen Edelstein (Brentwood Historical Society) about Buckland's time in Brentwood, his connections to the library, and his position in the area's long history of the colorful and spiritually-minded. Further Research Buckland Museum of Witchcraft & Magick Brentwood Public Library: Local History Brentwood Historical Society Raymond Buckland on the Dick Cavett Show (1971) Video Gallery (Buckland Museum) Articles Raymond Buckland obituary (The Wild Hunt) An Interview with Raymond Buckland (Llewellyn 2003) "At a Witchcraft Museum, Halloween is more than Trick or Treat." (NYT, 10/31/1971) Books by Raymond Buckland (Open Library)

Meet St. Louis
Episode 216: Revel Kitchen

Meet St. Louis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 33:14


Eating healthy is often one of the most popular resolutions in the new year, but to find success, chef and business owner Simon Lusky says you need to find something attainable. That's what he hopes to provide at Revel Kitchen, an affordable and accessible way to eat good-for-you food. A fast-casual restaurant wasn't always his goal. He came to St. Louis for what many would consider a dream job – team chef for the St. Louis Cardinals. That led him to the opportunity to start cooking for St. Louis Blues players and other athletes. The first iteration of his restaurant was called Athlete Eats. When they opened a new location in Brentwood, they switched up the model and rebranded as Revel Kitchen. For more than ten years, they've been serving up chef-crafted food with gluten-free, paleo and vegan options. A little something for everyone. You can find Revel Kitchen at their locations in Brentwood and Kirkwood, with plans to expand across the St. Louis County area.

The Line Check Podcast
Michael Hutchens - Production Engineer

The Line Check Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 61:34


Happy New Year Linecheck Family! We're starting the year out right with an awesome chat with our good friend Michael Hutchens! Michael is the production technology engineer at Fellowship Bible Church in Brentwood, Tennessee. We talk all about his experiences and future goals, why making that first good impression really matters, and why live audio is better than studio... mostly kidding. This is such a fun episode to kick off the new year. Give it a listen! To see what Michael is up to, check out his instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/mhutchensaudio/

Sermons Presented by Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church
Sunday, January 1, 2023 Sermon- Steadfast By The Rev. Rachel Pedersen

Sermons Presented by Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 72:00


10:00 a.m. service Steadfast By the Rev. Rachel Pedersen _______________________________________ Prelude: Two settings of The Old Year Is Passed Away Music: Marcel Dupré, 1931. Music: ©1932 H.W. Gray Publications, Inc. (a div. of Jubilate Music Group, Brentwood, TN). All rights reserved. Reprinted and streamed with permission under ONE LICENSE #A-716211. All rights reserved. Response: On Those Who Sit in Darkness Text: Michael Perry, 1973, alt. Music: Hal H. Hopson, 1983. Text: ©1973 The Jubilate Group (admin. Hope Publishing Company). Music: ©1983 Hope Publishing Company. Reprinted and streamed with permission under ONE LICENSE #A-716211. All rights reserved. Anthem: A New Year Carol Text: Walter de la Mare, 1934. Music: Benjamin Britten, 1936. Music: ©1936 Boosey & Co., Ltd. Music Arr: ©1971 Boosey & Co., Ltd. (a div. of Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers, Ltd.). All rights reserved. Hymn: Go, Tell It at the Mountain Music Harm. © 1989 Melva Wilson Costen

The Big 550 KTRS
Brentwood Mayor David Dimmitt: McGraw Show 12/30/22

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 8:02


Brentwood Mayor speaks with Guest Host Jay Kanzler. 12/30/22

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Lexman Artificial
A Desperate Rescue Joe and Lexman talk about the latest in science, but the conversation is quickly derailed when

Lexman Artificial

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 3:22


Joe and Lexman talk about the latest in science and enjoy a completely made up story about Clara Sousa Silva.

Dennis Prager podcasts
Destroying Doctors

Dennis Prager podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 78:11


Dennis talks to Drs. Jeff Barke and Mark McDonald. They are suing CA over the state's new law banning doctors from spreading “misinformation” about Covid treatments. Originally broadcast October 31, 2022.  Dennis talks to Dr. Stephen Marmer, clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA Medical school and psychiatrist in private practice in Brentwood, CA. Dr. Marmer has five suggestions to lead a happier life. Originally broadcast December 9, 2022. Issues raised include: are the Democrats authoritarian; what would awaken people to the dangers of the Left; why is a flu shot different than a Covid shot. Originally broadcast December 10, 2021.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Beyond the Darkness
S17 Ep152: The Sealed Envelope: Was O.J. Simpson Framed for Murder

Beyond the Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 168:48 Very Popular


True Crime Tuesday presents: The Sealed Envelope: Was O.J. Simpson Framed For Murder? In June of 1994 , two people in Brentwood, California were murdered and the world was turned on it's ear for years to come.  Those people were Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.  There is the story of public record and court proceedings, and there is the story of innuendo, and rumors.  Authors Sheryll Shipley and Shatelaine Shipley have pursued a theory surrounded by certain facts and are convinced that the Brown family, specifically Lou and Juditha Brown were the catalysts behind Nicole Brown Simpson's (and later Ronald Goldman's) murder.  Tune into today's show to hear how this story shakes out and how all the puzzle pieces fit and YES, how OJ is COMPLETELY INNOCENT of all charges in this case! Get your copy of Voices of The Sealed Envelope here: https://a.co/d/egYqBbb PLUS: an ALL-NEW Dumb Crimes/Stupid Criminals with Beer City Bruiser!! To learn more about Microdose Gummies go to Microdose.com and use code: darkness to get free shipping & 30% off your first order #crime #truecrime #truecrimepodcasts #truecrimetuesday #sheryllshipley #shatelaineshipley #thesealedenvelope #ojsimpson #nicolebrownsimpson #rongoldman #marciaclark #loubrown #judithabrown #ronshipp #katokaelin #ronhardy #rolfbaur #brentwood #murder   #dumbcrimesstupidcriminals #TimDennis #BeerCityBruiser #ROH #RingofHonorWrestling #floridaman #drugcrimes #foodcrimes #stupidcrimes #funnycrimes

Darkness Radio
S17 Ep152: The Sealed Envelope: Was O.J. Simpson Framed for Murder

Darkness Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 168:48


True Crime Tuesday presents: The Sealed Envelope: Was O.J. Simpson Framed For Murder? In June of 1994 , two people in Brentwood, California were murdered and the world was turned on it's ear for years to come.  Those people were Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.  There is the story of public record and court proceedings, and there is the story of innuendo, and rumors.  Authors Sheryll Shipley and Shatelaine Shipley have pursued a theory surrounded by certain facts and are convinced that the Brown family, specifically Lou and Juditha Brown were the catalysts behind Nicole Brown Simpson's (and later Ronald Goldman's) murder.  Tune into today's show to hear how this story shakes out and how all the puzzle pieces fit and YES, how OJ is COMPLETELY INNOCENT of all charges in this case! Get your copy of Voices of The Sealed Envelope here: https://a.co/d/egYqBbb PLUS: an ALL-NEW Dumb Crimes/Stupid Criminals with Beer City Bruiser!! To learn more about Microdose Gummies go to Microdose.com and use code: darkness to get free shipping & 30% off your first order #crime #truecrime #truecrimepodcasts #truecrimetuesday #sheryllshipley #shatelaineshipley #thesealedenvelope #ojsimpson #nicolebrownsimpson #rongoldman #marciaclark #loubrown #judithabrown #ronshipp #katokaelin #ronhardy #rolfbaur #brentwood #murder   #dumbcrimesstupidcriminals #TimDennis #BeerCityBruiser #ROH #RingofHonorWrestling #floridaman #drugcrimes #foodcrimes #stupidcrimes #funnycrimes

What's Your Problem Podcast
Ep 117 - Getting Beyond Instant Gratification :: Zach Hurd

What's Your Problem Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 46:50


A Middle Tennessee Business PodcastZach Hurd is Executive Vice President/Partner at SageSpring Wealth Partners and a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. He helps provide clients with sound investment strategies designed to build wealth through comprehensive financial planning. Zach's integrity and commitment to excellence help him soundly advise his clients on a multitude of financial issues. His ethical approach, combined with his financial expertise, adds much to the overall financial guidance that his team provides. Zach holds the Series 7, 66, Life and Annuity Licenses and is registered as a financial advisor with Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. One extremely important aspect of our team is that we are an INDEPENDENT team. By being completely independent, our allegiance is with the client and not with any particular product- as we are not obligated to sell any proprietary funds or products. Rather, we have access to thousands of Mutual Funds, Stocks, Bonds, Certificates of Deposits, Money Market Accounts, Section 529 College Savings Plans, fifty Private Money Management Firms, and thousands of Insurance Products on the market. Zach is originally from Portage, Michigan. He graduated from Bethel University in Minneapolis, MN with a degree in Finance and Economics. While at Bethel, Zach was a member of the university's basketball and soccer teams. He currently resides in Brentwood with his wife Jourdan, daughter Hallie and son Hutton, where they are involved with his local church, Midtown Fellowship Church. In his free time, Zach enjoys spending much of his time with his family and friends, golfing, and spending time on the lake. ***Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. owns the certification marks CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, CFP® (with plaque design) and CFP® (with flame design) in the U.S., which it awards to individuals who successfully complete CFP Board's initial and ongoing certification requirements.***Follow Zach:https://www.linkedin.com/in/zach-hurd-cfp%C2%AE-06865740/*****SUBSCRIBE/RATE/FOLLOW What's Your Problem? PODCAST:www.whatsyourproblempodcast.comwww.instagram.com/whatsyourproblempodwww.instagram.com/jimmccarthyvosTiktok: @jimmccarthyvos ____________________________________________________________________________ Random 5 sponsored by IT'S YOUR SHOW.CO!www.itsyourshow.co You know you have a lot to share with the world, but how? What's your source? At It's Your Show.co, your source is a podcast that we help you create to ultimately extract micro-content for your brand! With our 20+ years of experience in podcast, video and radio production, we can churn out a bunch of content for your social platforms...from just one episode! Get started today:www.itsyourshow.co _____________________________________________________________________________ ****You hear Jim mention it on almost every episode, ME vs. WE and how 2023 will be 1943 all over again….order “PENDULUM:How Past Generations Shape Our Present and Predict Our Future”:https://a.co/d/7oKK7Ip ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Talking about the real problems (and possible solutions) of everyday business owners and professionals in and around Middle Tennessee and beyond...this is the What's Your Problem Podcast! WYP Intro VO: @johndavidwells #podcasts #podcast #podcasting #tennessee #nashville #podcastproduction #sales #selling #business #marketing #radio #production #voiceover #vo #fitness #bni #networking #nft #nonfungibletokens #crypto #cryptocurrency #applepodcasts #businesscoach #businessideas #businesslife #businesspassion #businesstips #countrymusic #entrepreneurlife #entrepreneurship #marketing #mindset #nashvegas #nashville #nashvillelife #nashvillemusic #nashvillescene #nashvilletennessee #nashvilletn #newpodcast #podcastaddict #podcasters #podcastersofin

Doug Stephan presents the DJV Show
12/13/22 - Real Estate in LA Hits Differently

Doug Stephan presents the DJV Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 30:32


On today's Good Day Download:A widower gets 13,000 Christmas cards to lift his spirits, another volcanic eruption, the fate of Betty White's Brentwood home, and recapping the Artemis mission. We discuss. Julie Andrews' involvement in Princess Diaries 3. We discuss that, too. Get more information on GoodDayShow.com. Follow us on social media. Facebook & Instagram - @GoodDayRadioShowTwitter - @GoodDayOnAir

Snooker Scene Podcast
Snooker Scene Podcast episode 230 - It's Always Snowy in Brentwood

Snooker Scene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 28:08


Dave Hendon discusses the latest snooker news and listener emails ahead of the English Open in Brentwood. Email us at snookerscenepodcast@mail.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What's Your Problem Podcast
115 - Forging a Positive Culture :: Allen Cain

What's Your Problem Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 50:59


A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast Allen Cain owns Chem-Dry of Brentwood and Mr. B's Chem-Dry. I have known him as such since 2017. I never knew that a majority of his professional life was spent as an engineer! Follow Allen:www.carpetcleanertn.com*****SUBSCRIBE/RATE/FOLLOW What's Your Problem? PODCAST:www.whatsyourproblempodcast.comwww.instagram.com/whatsyourproblempodwww.instagram.com/jimmccarthyvosTiktok: @jimmccarthyvos ____________________________________________________________________________ Random 5 sponsored by IT'S YOUR SHOW.CO!www.itsyourshow.co You know you have a lot to share with the world, but how? What's your source? At It's Your Show.co, your source is a podcast that we help you create to ultimately extract micro-content for your brand! With our 20+ years of experience in podcast, video and radio production, we can churn out a bunch of content for your social platforms...from just one episode! Get started today:www.itsyourshow.co _____________________________________________________________________________ ****You hear Jim mention it on almost every episode, ME vs. WE and how 2023 will be 1943 all over again….order “PENDULUM:How Past Generations Shape Our Present and Predict Our Future”:https://a.co/d/7oKK7Ip ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Talking about the real problems (and possible solutions) of everyday business owners and professionals in and around Middle Tennessee and beyond...this is the What's Your Problem Podcast! WYP Intro VO: @johndavidwells #podcasts #podcast #podcasting #tennessee #nashville #podcastproduction #sales #selling #business #marketing #radio #production #voiceover #vo #fitness #bni #networking #nft #nonfungibletokens #crypto #cryptocurrency #applepodcasts #businesscoach #businessideas #businesslife #businesspassion #businesstips #countrymusic #entrepreneurlife #entrepreneurship #marketing #mindset #nashvegas #nashville #nashvillelife #nashvillemusic #nashvillescene #nashvilletennessee #nashvilletn #newpodcast #podcastaddict #podcasters #podcastersofinstagram #podcastlife #podcastlove #podcasts #podcastshow #tennessee #bradlea #therealbradlea #droppingbombspodcast #droppingbombs #lightspeedvt #virtualtraining #grantcardone #garyvaynerchuk

Dennis Prager podcasts
Smear the Truth-Teller

Dennis Prager podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 77:37


The Left is not interested in finding out the truth, they are interested in smearing the truth-tellers… Once again Media Matters goes after Dennis. This time over his comments earlier in the week about teachers… Internal Twitter emails confirms what we already knew: the company blacklisted and shadow banned conservatives.  Dennis talks to Dr. Stephen Marmer, clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA Medical school and psychiatrist in private practice in Brentwood, CA. Dr. Marmer has five suggestions to lead a happier life.  Has Dennis ever debated a Holocaust denier; does giving to others make you happy; from where do people get their wisdom; can something be factual and racist? Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Opperman Report
Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 120:21


The Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed The New York Times Bestseller Accepted into The National Press Club Marilyn Monroe died under suspicious circumstances on the night of August 4, 1962. In The Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed, renowned MM expert Jay Margolis and New York Times best-selling author Richard Buskin finally lay to rest more than 50 years of wild speculation and misguided assertions by actually naming the screen goddess's killer. At the same time, they use the testimony of eyewitnesses to describe exactly what took place inside her house on Fifth Helena Drive in Los Angeles's Brentwood neighborhood. Implicating Bobby Kennedy in the commission of Monroe's murder, this is the first book to name the LAPD officers who accompanied the attorney general to her home, provide details about how the Kennedys used bribes to silence one of the ambulance drivers, and specify how the subsequent cover-up was aided by a noted pathologist's outrageous lies. This blockbuster volume blows the lid off the world's most notorious and talked-about celebrity death, and in the process also exposes the third gunman in the pantry who delivered the fatal bullet to the back of RFK's head - and the third gunman's female accomplice who, until now, has only been known to the LAPD and the FBI as "the girl in the polka-dot dress."

The Opperman Report
Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 120:21


The Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed The New York Times Bestseller Accepted into The National Press Club Marilyn Monroe died under suspicious circumstances on the night of August 4, 1962. In The Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed, renowned MM expert Jay Margolis and New York Times best-selling author Richard Buskin finally lay to rest more than 50 years of wild speculation and misguided assertions by actually naming the screen goddess's killer. At the same time, they use the testimony of eyewitnesses to describe exactly what took place inside her house on Fifth Helena Drive in Los Angeles's Brentwood neighborhood. Implicating Bobby Kennedy in the commission of Monroe's murder, this is the first book to name the LAPD officers who accompanied the attorney general to her home, provide details about how the Kennedys used bribes to silence one of the ambulance drivers, and specify how the subsequent cover-up was aided by a noted pathologist's outrageous lies. This blockbuster volume blows the lid off the world's most notorious and talked-about celebrity death, and in the process also exposes the third gunman in the pantry who delivered the fatal bullet to the back of RFK's head - and the third gunman's female accomplice who, until now, has only been known to the LAPD and the FBI as "the girl in the polka-dot dress."

Dear FoundHer...
Episode 100! Connecting Through Celebration and Tradition, with Susan Sarich, Founder of SusieCakes

Dear FoundHer...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 51:24


“We remember where we came from. That's everything,” says Susan Sarich, Founder of SusieCakes, one of California's top destinations for all things sweet. After graduating from Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration, she spent 25 years holding a variety of positions within a number of renowned hospitality groups. Realizing that women tended to leave the industry around the time they decided to get married and start families, she set out to create a space where women could continue to work throughout all of life's changes. SusieCakes pays homage to her grandmothers, Mildred and Madeline, by bringing the treasured recipes they passed down to her on 3 x 5 index cards to her customers. Since opening her first shop in 2006 in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, she has since opened in 26 locations across California and Texas, and now ships classic Midwest desserts like layer cakes, cookies and pies, nationwide. In October of 2022, she was included in Forbes' 50 Over 50 list, which spotlights women over 50 who are shattering age and gender norms across all sectors. Linday's own grandparents played a large role in shaping who she is today, so it's fitting that Susan and her legacy business is the subject of Dear FoundHer's 100th episode. Highlights from today's conversation include: The importance of grassroots marketing. Get your product into as many homes and events as possible. Don't be afraid to go against industry norms to build a business that works best for you and your demographic. How to accept and roll with being the face of your brand. Staying true to your brand and values, true to the reason you started, and trusting your gut. Quotes • “Do not let anybody tell you your idea is a bad idea. Just push naysayers aside.” (47:10-47:18 | Susan) • “Trust your gut instinct, always.” (47:23-47:25 | Susan) • “Make sure that you are being true to the reason you started out. Be true to your values. Because a lot of people lose their path once they start getting successful, or the things in life change. They forget about who they were. So one of the values of our company is that we remember where we came from. And for me, that's everything.” (47:41-48:06 | Susan) Connect with Susan Sarich: Instagram | http://www.instagram.com/susiecakesbakery Instagram | http://www.instagram.com/susiesarich Please don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe to Dear FoundHer on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts! Are you ready to Tackle 2023? Lindsay has limited spots left to get you up, running and off to the races as you look to build and monetize your community in the new year. Choose from any one area: content planning, social media strategy, email marketing, events or partnerships. Click here for more information---space is limited, so grab them before they're gone and let's get you ready for 2023. Make sure you sign up for Lindsay's newsletter and have all of the takeaways from every podcast episode sent straight to your inbox. Don't forget to follow Lindsay on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaypinchuk Use code FoundHer for 50% off your first month with both HiveCast and Fireside Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm

For the Love of the Game
From pro player to pro coach, with Chris Armas

For the Love of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 43:28


Chris Armas has played and coached in the biggest leagues of professional soccer, but his love for the game began as a child in Brentwood, N.Y.—Ralph and Ray's hometown. In this episode, the Brentwood boys get together to talk about Chris's career and the transition from pro-player to coach.Chris was named an NCAA Division II First Team All-American his senior year of college. At the pro level, he was named an USISL All-Star while playing for Long Island, winning the league championship. While he played for the Chicago Fire, the team won their first MLS Championship and he was named to the MLS Best XI four consecutive times. He later was an assistant coach for that team, Head women's soccer coach at Adelphi University, Head coach of the New York Red Bulls, Head coach of Toronto FC and assistant coach at Manchester United. For the Love of the Game is hosted by Ralph Perez and Ray Reid and is a production of Earfluence.Photo of Chris Armas by Major League Soccer.

Tech Don't Sleep
MERCHANT CARD SERVICES x TECHDONTSLEEP | with Grace Edwards | S2 Ep 21

Tech Don't Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 33:58


Happy New Episode Monday!! To close out season two, we have Grace Edwards with Merchant Card Services joining us to discuss her journey into the entrepreneur field, her Mennonite upbringing, and her interesting previous job history. Grace Edwards is the Regional Account manager at POS Merchant Card Services. She assists businesses in all areas related to credit card processing & point of sale systems. She is a local, born & raised here in the middle Tennessee area & now resides in Brentwood just south of Nashville. Grace learned to work hard from a young working in a family business. She has seen firsthand the needs of small business owners. While working on the leadership development team at Chick-fil-A in 2019 she knew she wanted to pursue her passion for business. She started in the merchant services industry in late 2020 & has grown to love working with small business owners helping them run their businesses more efficiently. Grace inspires other young entrepreneurs to achieve their goals regardless of their education, background, or skills.For more TechDontSleep Insights from Entrepreneurs, Check Out These Episodes:NASHVILLE NOBAKED COOKIE DOUGH EMPIRE | Jimmy Feeman NoBaked Cookie Dough | TechDontSleep S1Ep15: https://youtu.be/7Xz8NY8Nfic THE GROWTH OF THE MUSIC INDUSTRY| Multi-Grammy Winner Cedric Dent of Take 6 | TechDontSleep S1 Ep16: https://youtu.be/lDhmp6hhSyUBUILDING AN INSURANCE COMPANY | Camilo Arango of Arango's Multi-Services TechDontSleep S1E10: https://youtu.be/aKOOD1iY76wGet FREE Tech Giveaways on TECH DONT SLEEP Podcast social media pages:twitter: @techdontsleepinstagram: @techdontsleepfacebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/techd...youtube: https://bit.ly/tdsyoutubepage Linkedin: https://bit.ly/tdslinkedinpage Subscribe:YouTube: https://bit.ly/tdsyoutubepage Apple: https://bit.ly/tdsapplepodcast Spotify: https://bit.ly/tdsspotify Spreaker: https://bit.ly/tdsspreaker REGISTER FOR A TECH GRAB BAG:TechDontSleep.com Sponsor this Podcast or Upcoming TECH DONT SLEEP Events:TechDontSleep.com Podcast Feedback Form:https://bit.ly/tdsfeedback1 The TechDontSleep Podcast is powered by MitechPartners.com

Your Anxiety Toolkit
Thriving in Relationships when you have OCD (with Amy Mariaskin PhD) | Ep. 312

Your Anxiety Toolkit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 42:33


In This Episode: Amy Mariaskin, PhD shares her new book, Thriving in relationships when you have ocd What is Family accommodation and how does it apply to ocd Ocd family accommodation vs family support,  What is OCD reassurance and how it can creep into one's relationship Relationship ocd, also known as rOCD Relationship issues with ocd and how to manage them Sexual orientation OCD, Gender related OCD, and Harm OCD and the impact this has on relationships Attachment styles in ocd and how to understand them to help you navigate communication.  Links To Things I Talk About: Thriving in Relationships When You Have OCD: How to Keep Obsessions and Compulsions from Sabotaging Love, Friendship, and Family Connections Amy's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ocdnashville/?hl=en ERP School: https://www.cbtschool.com/erp-school-lp Episode Sponsor:This episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit is brought to you by CBTschool.com.  CBTschool.com is a psychoeducation platform that provides courses and other online resources for people with anxiety, OCD, and Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors.  Go to cbtschool.com to learn more. Spread the love! Everyone needs tools for anxiety...If you like Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast, visit YOUR ANXIETY TOOLKIT PODCAST to subscribe free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like Your Anxiety Toolkit, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two). EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION This Your Anxiety Toolkit - Episode 312.  Welcome back, everybody. This is going to be a really important episode for you to listen to. Today, we have the amazing Dr. Amy Mariaskin, who is what I consider to be a very dear friend, someone I very much respect. She has written a book about relationships and OCD, and we talk all about it. We go deep into some of the core skills and discussions she has in her upcoming book. And this is just going to be an episode I really feel like you could take away and put some skills together right away. I'm so thrilled. So, thank you, Amy, for coming on this show.  But before we do that, I would like to do the review of the week, and I really hope you listen carefully to this. Not because it's reviewing the podcast, but because I actually think the person who wrote this, who put in this review, is following some key points that I want you to consider. And this is what I encourage a lot of people to do. So, let's go.  This is from Detroitreview and they said: “Thank you, I just started listening today after having a few weeks of anxiety and irregular thoughts that I never experienced. I randomly chose your podcast and am thankful for your experience, knowledge and personal and situations. As a 46-year-old father of two boys and loving wife, your podcast gives me a sense of calming. I'm taking notes on each cast.” Guys, I encourage you to do this. This is a free resource. It is jam packed full of skills. I encourage you to take notes. So, I love that you're doing that Detroitreview. “While I started with the most recent, I have listened to #301/302/303.” And then they went on to say: “And they've already given me strategies that I'm using. I decided to start from your first podcast in 2016.” And that is what I encourage you all to do, mainly because those first 11 episodes are core content. I want you to take the content I talk with my patients about all the time. He went on to say, “I have been so impressed. I've listened to 1-2 daily. I'm up to 10 and 11. There's so many things to listen to and I'm so grateful for you. The meditations are amazing. Keep up the great work.” Thank you so much for that review, Detroitreview. That is exactly my intention. This is a free resource, you guys. I want you to take advantage of the skills and tools so that you can have a toolkit for yourself. And so, I'm so thrilled for that review. It just makes me feel like, yes, that's exactly what I want you guys to take from this podcast. Okay, before we get over to the show, let's talk about the “I did a hard thing” segment. This one is from Kelly, and they said: “I recently faced one of my biggest fears – general anesthesia.” Holy moly, Kelly, I feel you on so many levels with this. “I started struggling with some gallbladder issues and was told I needed to have it removed. I was terrified, and I didn't think I could go through with it. Thoughts were racing out of control. I sought help with therapy and your podcast. Thoughts are thoughts and not facts was huge for me. It was calm the day of the surgery, and I did it. Thank you.” That is amazing. You guys, listen, thoughts are thoughts. Just because you have them doesn't mean they're facts. I love that they're bringing in that key concept as well.  Alright, let's go over to the show. This is the amazing Dr. Amy Mariaskin. She's an OCD therapist. She's an advocate. She's an author of an upcoming book. You must go and check it out. I'll leave the link in the show notes. I am so, so honored to have you on the show, Amy. Let's get over to the episode. Kimberley: Welcome, Amy Mariaskin. I am so excited for this episode today. Can you do a little introduction of who you are and all the good things about you? Amy: Yes. Thank you so much. I'm excited to be here. I'm Dr. Amy Mariaskin. I'm a licensed clinical psychologist and owner and director of the Nashville OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center in Brentwood, Tennessee. I've been working with OCD and anxiety for over 15 years now, and I just absolutely love it. Kimberley: And you wrote a book? Amy: And I wrote a book. I know I need to get better about that. I was like, “Oh, do I say it now or do I say it later?” Kimberley: You say it all the way. Amy: All the time. I wrote a book. It was fun and not fun and everything in between. And I think we'll be talking quite a bit about it. It's called Thriving in Relationships When You Have OCD. Kimberley: Right. Now, when you told me that you were going to write this book, I was so excited because I feel like at the crux of everything we do, a lot of the time, the reason people with OCD want to get better or the thing that propels them is how much their OCD impacts relationships. Not always, but I feel like that's such a huge piece of the work. So, I am so grateful for you for writing this book, and it is an amazing book. I've read it myself. You did a beautiful job. And I want to cover some of the main pieces that you cover in your book today and go from there. So, first of all, congratulations. I know writing a book is not easy. Amy: Thank you. Yeah, it's been a dream for a long time. So, I'm excited about the accomplishment and I'm ready to figure out the next topic. When Ocd Is The Third Wheel Kimberley: Yeah. I love it. I love it. Okay. So, Chapter 1, I think it's funny. I'll have to tell you how, when I was reading your book, I was lucky enough to get an early manuscript. I remember sitting, it was with my kids at track and they were running. And I opened the book and the first chapter said, “The Third Wheel: Understanding OCD's Role in Relationships.” And I was like, “That's exactly it.” So, I was excited right off the bat. Tell me, what do you mean by the third wheel? Tell me a little bit about that. Amy: Yeah. First, I should also thank you for writing the wonderful foreword for the book. So, if anybody is a fan of Kimberley, yet another reason that you might be interested in this book. Well, let me think. So, yeah, the third wheel analogy, it felt very apt because when I work with couples, I often imagine, and sometimes I'll have couples imagine that the OCD is like this other presence in the room sitting there with us. Not physically, but in all the things that are important for relationships, all the ways that we develop intimacy, and that we even structure our time or the activities we choose to do together that OCD can wiggle right in there and can be this like third presence. And the thing is, it's really easy, I think, for somebody without OCD if they don't have good education or they don't understand it, to get that third wheel confused with the person with OCD itself. So, like, “Well, you never want to go out,” as opposed to saying, “We both want to go out.” And here's this other guy, OCD, really bossy, really pushy, really oppressive, who's also coming along with us. And even when you do the things that you love, OCD can come along.  So, it felt to me like this sense of something in the relationship that makes it both unbalanced and is this separate component and that both people, in coming together, have to find creative ways to connect around it or eventually connect and evict it more and more. And so, that's why I chose that metaphor. Kimberley: Yeah, I love that. And it's funny because I remember when I was an intern and I was seeing a family or perhaps the wife who had OCD, what was interesting is I'm sitting in my chair and I noticed that the family members always sat across from her as if it was like her versus them, like who's on which side of the team. And a big part of it was like, all you guys need to be over on that side of the room. You're the team. I'll be over here with OCD and we'll work this out. But I think that that, even metaphorically, is such an important part of how OCD can turn everyone against each other. Is that how you've experienced it? Amy: Yeah, I think at times there are a lot of conversations about how everybody has a common goal to figure out how to live with one another, develop intimacy, connections, be they friendships, parenting relationships, romantic relationships, even work relationships, and things like that, how to form those and how to come together around common goals. And sometimes OCD can be, again, confused as a goal that one person in the relationship has. And the truth is, everybody's suffering in a way, and that everybody can be a part of that process of, again, reducing symptoms or evicting it, things like that.  I do the thing as well when I have people in my office to just look at where are they sitting or when OCD comes up, what is the body language? Are both people really like arms crossed? Is the person with OCD hanging their head in shame, which we know could be such a powerful emotion and such an inhibitor of connection and vulnerability. So, I look for some of those and I remind them, “Head up, we're all talking to OCD right now, and we're all working with that, and we're all on the same team.”  Family Accommodation & Ocd Kimberley: Such an important message. Thank you for that. I think that's beautiful. So, let's say the third wheel, I always think of like you go on a date and the third wheel shows up. And we know that definitely happens with OCD. You addressed a lot in your book about family accommodation. Can you share what that means and how that can impact a relationship? Amy: Yeah, absolutely. Accommodation is this thing where we're extending this metaphor. You're on a date, you're with somebody, and the third wheel rolls on up. It's, “Hey, my buddy from college is here, what's up?” Essentially, accommodation is like, “Hey, why don't you have a seat right here? Here's the menu, here's a place mat.” It is anything that the person in the relationship without OCD is doing to make OCD have a comfortable place at the table. So, that's the metaphorical way. That's abstract, but bringing it down to practically what it looks like, it means doing things generally in the service of what feels comfortable in the moment for the person with OCD. We're going on a trip and I have concerns about contamination and I really want you to check all the hotels, do all this research to make sure that none of these places have ever had bedbugs or things like that. Then when we get there, we're dirty from traveling, so I'm going to need you to take a shower. And so, the person, the spouse is taking showers and doing research and perhaps taking over responsibilities from the person with the OCD in order to provide that short-term relief. But it ends up, again, making a place for OCD in the relationship. And it reduces that motivation for the person with OCD to change.  Family Accommodation is tricky. There are a lot of ways that it can happen. I think reassurance-seeking is certainly one that I think we'll talk about, but providing excessive reassurance about things to the person with OCD in a way to keep them comfortable but keep them caught up in compulsions. And I think it's important to note that a lot of times, partners will hear about accommodation. And just as much as we think being apprised of accommodation and looking out for it is important, it's also, I think, really important that partners understand that that's nuanced and that they don't take it to like, “Well, I'm not going to do that for you. That might be accommodation,” or, “I'm not going to reassure you about anything,” or “Is that your OCD?” I guess I say that to say that it's a little tricky, but it's really anything that is preventing the person with OCD from experiencing discomfort and thereby strengthening the cycle. Kimberley: Right. No, I'm grateful that you bring that up actually, because probably the one that I get asked the most from parents, and this not in every relationship, but with parents, is like, okay, my child is having a really hard time getting homework done, their OCD is impacting them. So, if I don't help accommodate them, if I don't do some compulsions for them, read for them or so forth, they won't do their homework. And then there's an additional consequence. So, they'll say like, “I feel like that's too risky. I could actually be letting my kid fall behind, so I can't stop doing this accommodation.” What are your thoughts on that? Again, how would you approach that type of situation? I mean, there's many examples. Amy: Sure. I think with a situation like that, first, I would validate the parents' love and desire for their child to do as well as possible. Most accommodation is coming from a place of love and not a deliberate enabling or anything like that. Of course not. So, I really provide a lot of validation there. And then I help them reframe it as, “One way to be loving and supportive in the long run is to really cheer your child on in taking over, taking on more and more ownership of that.” So, does that mean, “I know that I've been reading. Right now, I've been reading for you, and that makes it easier to do your homework. We also know that you have OCD and we know that your brain tells you, you've got to reread and reread and reread. So, can we be on the same team together, fight that rereading? I'm not going to read it for you because I love you, because I know you can do this. Boy, is it going to be hard at first and I'm going to be there to cheer you on and motivate you.” I sit with kids, I'm always about gamifying it. “Do we want to just race through this? We don't have to be perfect.” Again, it depends on the symptoms, if it's perfectionism or what's getting in the way.  And then what I say is, if a parent says, “Well, then they're really just not going to get their schoolwork done,” sometimes then I'll say, “Well, if it gets to the point where it is interfering with things like that, then it may be that they need a little bit more support.” Because it's like, with kids, your job is school and with the adults, your job can be a job or it can be care taking. It can be a lot of different things. But if one of those major domains of living is affected, then it may just mean that you need more support. So, we might up the number of sessions per week or refer out to another program or things like that.  But those kinds of things would be the same things I would say in any kind of relationship where there's an accommodator, which is, wow, you love your friend or partner or coworker so much that you're willing to do this stuff for them so that they're not suffering or so that they can demonstrate their potential as in the case of the kid with homework. But here's why that's not the loving response in the long run. Ocd Family Accommodation Vs Ocd Support  Kimberley: Right. You're right. I mean, you mentioned like, then we have the complete other end of the spectrum where people are going, “No, I'm cutting you off completely.” And I think too, I think it's important, as you said. Some accommodation happens in every relationship. I don't particularly like cleaning hair out of the sink drain. That's not my favorite. So, I'm going to ask my husband to do it, knowing that I take the trash out or whatever. We trade-off. So, how might people identify accommodation through the lens of OCD compared to loving exchanges of acts of service?  Amy: Right. Oh, I love that question, because essentially, what we call compromise in relationships could be called accommodation – accommodation by a gentler name. And I think part of that has to do with, what's the motivation there? You do such a wonderful job in your podcasts and online and everything of talking about how doing the hard things are important, and how if you're not doing the hard things and you're avoiding difficult things that can really shrink your world over time and put anxiety or OCD in the driver's seat. So, if the motivation, if a child or a spouse or a friend is asking-- well, if you are asking a child or a friend or a spouse, if you're saying, “Hey, can you do this for me,” or “I'd feel a lot more comfortable if you did this,” thinking about, is it a compulsion or a preference to me? There are so many different ways that we can look into that, but is it in the service of just like, I could, but I prefer not to? Or is it, I feel like if I do that, I'm going to be too anxious or I'm going to do too many compulsions, or something bad is going to happen? So, I think if the motivation there is more avoidance due to anxiety as opposed to just preferences, I think that's helpful.  Sometimes I'll say to people when they'll say to me like, “Well--” and I think division of labor in the house is such a good example. When people say, “Well, I don't ever take the trash out,” I will often ask, “Well, what happens when your roommates are out of town?” Let's say they're living in a roommate situation. And if they say, “Well, it just piles up and I can't deal with it,” then I say, “Aha, this might be a place that we need to work on and chip away.” And again, reducing accommodations doesn't mean like all of a sudden, I'm a garbage master and I'm the only one doing it. It might mean that I'm doing some exposures to get up to the point where I can have that role in the household.  So, I love that question of like, well, what if you had to do it? What would that be like? And if it's really hard, then hey, let's help break down some of those barriers and reduce accommodation. OCD Reassurance Kimberley: Yeah. I usually tell clients like, “Okay, let's just do it so that we know you can, and then you can move on to the next exposure.” Tell us about reassurance. You talked about it a little bit. And in your book, actually, the thing I highlighted, because I read it in Kindle, that I love the most is your reassurance tracking. Tell us a little about that.  Amy: Yes. Because again, I love that you're highlighting this because reassurance is something that is okay. Reassurance happens in all relationships. Again, we might call it by different names. It might just be checking in. It might be clarification. It might be getting information from one another. So, I developed a worksheet that's also available with the book that allows for people to track when they're asking for reassurance from loved ones, and to answer a series of questions that aren't going to give you a 100% certain answer of whether or not it's compulsive, but are going to give you some clues. So, on the worksheet, it says, people write down the situation. So, for example, I was asking my friend if she was mad at me. That might be the situation. And then there's a column that says, what were your emotions?  Again, if we're seeing anxiety, guilt, shame, some of those words might be a clue that our OCD is at play, but not always. And then people track, did you ask only once? Because we also know if it's truly the type of reassurance, “Oh, I just need to know. I'm having a vulnerable moment. I just need to know, is this okay with you? Are you upset?” Then asking once and accepting the answer is generally how it goes. So, if you're asking more than once, if you answer no to that, it's a clue that it could be compulsive reassurance. And then also, was the source credible?  I feel like I talk about this example a lot, but I just love it so much, which is that I worked with a little girl who was really worried about getting strep throat. She would ask everybody for reassurance about her tonsils. I mean, anybody and everyone. At one point, she took a picture and she was just old enough that she got social media. She put it on her Instagram and she was like, “Do you guys think I have a strep throat?” That was the caption. That was the little caption, which is like, she was laughing about it afterwards, but that's not a credible source. I mean, she wasn't even friends with all the docs in town or anything, or ear, nose, and throat specialist. So, was the source credible?  Now, often if it's social reassurance, it is a credible source. If I ask you, if I say, “Kimberley, was I too long-winded,” you're going to be able to tell me. So, you would be a credible source. If I leave this room right now after doing this podcast and I ask somebody, “Do you think I was long-winded? Do you think I was?” and they're like, “Well, we weren't there,” that's that answer. That's that question about credibility.  And then the last one is, did you accept the answer? Anxiety and OCD have this way of undermining. Well, pretty much everything, but undermining any answer we get and countering with it. ‘What if,' or ‘Are you sure?' ‘But I think...' So, if it's starting with a ‘but,' a ‘maybe,' a ‘what-if,' then again, it may not be that helpful reassurance-seeking. Relationship Ocd (Rocd) Vs Relationship Issues With Ocd Kimberley: Yeah, I love that. And thank you for adding that because I just love that template so much. That is just like gold. I love it so much. Alright. So, as you move into Chapter 4, I believe it is, you talk about specific subtypes of OCD that are commonly impacted in relationships. Can you share just briefly what your thoughts are around that? Amy: Yeah. I love this question too because as I've been talking about the book, a lot of people are like, “Oh, great, a book about ROCD, or relationship OCD.” And my answer to that, or my response to that is, “Yes, and...” Just a step back, any subtype of OCD can affect and often does affect relationships. Why? Because OCD goes after what's important to us. And for many of us, our connectedness with one another is just so important. That being said, there are subtypes of OCD that are relational in nature. And so, I do have a chapter that is more devoted to these types, and one of which is relationship OCD. This is a passion of mine. I've done now a few iterations of an ROCD treatment group at my clinic, and I have other plans to expand that group and do some cool programming around that.  But relationship OCD, it's basically when OCD symptoms are about the relationship itself or about the person with whom you're in relationship. So, it could be about-- we think about it a lot of times with romantic relationships, but it could be any relationship. To use a different one, it could be, am I a loving enough parent? Do I love my kids enough? How do I know? Do other parents have these thoughts? So, it could be about the relationship or it can be about the individual. Like, my spouse doesn't like the same music that I do, and are we ever going to get past this? And so, something that might be seen as, yes, it's an actual difference, but then there's all this story making around the difference and how the difference is going to be the demise of the relationship. Those are the two flavors of ROCD, relationship and partner-focused.  I also want to pause here and say that oftentimes when people talk about ROCD, I feel like there's this pull to say, “Well, if you know you have ROCD, if relationship issues come up in your relationship, it's probably your ROCD.” And that's just like another backdoor to the certainty that we all want. I think all relationships have some crunchy bits and some edges that chafe. And so, I want the people with ROCD to feel empowered to also develop the relationships that they want and then notice that maybe the ROCD turns up the volume on some of their concerns, if that makes sense.  Kimberley: It's hard, isn't it? Because so many times a patient will say, “But I don't know if I really love-- is he the one?” And we're like, “Well, we'll never know.” There's no way to objectively define that. And then someone, a friend is like, “Well, if you don't know, it must be a problem.” It's so hard for those people because people without OCD also don't know all the time either, so it's a common concern. Sexual Orientation Ocd & Gender Related Ocd Amy: Right. No, that's a great point. So, I have some stuff about relationship OCD in there and then the identity subtypes of OCD as well. So, sexual orientation OCD and gender-related OCD. I put those in there because oftentimes our identity is the foundation from which we interact with others and create relationships and things like that. So, I talk a little bit about sexual orientation OCD, not just even in dating, but in finding a community and friendship and things like that. SOOCD can rear up and lead to lots of social comparisons or it can just really try to sabotage certain relationships, and with gender-related OCD as well, be it somebody who is cisgender and wondering if they are transgender or vice versa. I've worked with people in the transgender community who have OCD and have these unwanted thoughts about like, “Well, what if this is not who I am? What if I've been doing this for attention?” And then, therefore, are wanting to compulsively disengage from their community because of the feeling of like, “Well, I don't feel authentic enough.” So, that's a way in which that can root in relationally. Kimberley: Right. So, we've got relationship OCD and identity. What are the other ones?  Harm Ocd & Its Impact On Relationships Amy: Yeah. And then the last one that I highlighted in here in that section is harm OCD. And I put that in there because harm OCD, which again is a huge category, which I would say under that are anything that's violent. That could be sexual as well. So, sexual violence toward others or sexual intrusive-- obviously, all intrusive thoughts, but intrusive thoughts about being sexual with children. I would roll all that into the harm OCD category. And this one is just, it's always so striking to me the ways in which OCD can take something that's really important. Like, I want to be a good person, I want to be a kind person and then undermine it. So, the amount of people I've worked with harm OCD who are experiencing isolation and really the self-imposed isolation, the irony of which is “I'm isolating myself because I don't want to harm others,” but then they're withholding themselves as this fantastic person to be out in the world. And so, that's what I always say, is you're doing more harm isolating, but sort of. Get out there. You have so much to offer and in fact, your OCD has attacked this area because it's important for you generally to have relations with others. Kimberley: Yeah, I love that. So, I love how you've given us a way, and as you said, it can impact any relationship outside of those subtypes as well. What I'd love to do is give you the mic and tell us just now, in general, give us your best relationship ideas, advice, tips, tools, whatever you want to call them, for the person with OCD and the loved ones of people with OCD. Amy: Yeah. Thank you. I feel like that's a dangerous thing to be giving me the mic. Kimberley: It's all yours. Go for it. What's the main thing you want people to know? Amy: I think I want for people to be able to-- number one, there's no right or wrong way to have a relationship provided that everything is consensual and respectful. And so, taking a step back-- and actually Russ Harris just put out this. I don't know if you saw this, but this incredible list of relational values words. So, there's an activity where-- or I don't know if it's new, it's new to me. That's clarifying what are your relational values and what are they with different relationships? Is it playfulness? Is it intimacy? And so, figuring out what you want and having your spouse do the same. In our relationship OCD group, most recently, we had people and their significant others, I shouldn't say spouse, do this and figuring out ways to connect around those things. I think it comes down to connection and to supporting each person, like supporting each other's goals.  I think I'm bringing this up in part because I think sometimes there are these narratives out there about like, we have to have all the same interests or opposites attract. And again, to that, I say yes, and... For some people, they want people with really similar interests and for others, they want somebody who's going to be different. But I think what we can do is support each other and try to see the world through your loved one's eyes and try to celebrate when they're celebrating.  I think part of this is like, I'm married to somebody who's a huge thrill seeker. He's paragliding. He just got his private pilot's license. He does things that are not in my nature. If he's gone out and he's done some sort of paragliding trip in a different country, and he'll come back and he'll say, “I found a lift here and there were thermals,” in my head, I'm like, “You didn't die. You didn't die. Yeah, you didn't die.” And I have to stop my own anxious story about it or my own interpretation of “I wouldn't like that” and just be there with him in that moment of sharing his joy. It's finding joy in others' joy. It's being there with other people's emotions about whatever they are. Because I think with anxiety and OCD, it can always be this upper-level analytical process of like, “Oof, I don't like that. Is that okay?” or things like that. I know a lot of the Gottman's research will talk as well about how very important it is to just support one another, be cheerleaders, et cetera.  Attachment Style & Ocd  I think too, knowing your attachment style. And this is a whole topic that we could spend forever on, but knowing if you're somebody who-- when you get close to others, do you feel more resistance in getting closer or do you feel worries about like, “Ugh, I don't want to lose myself by merging with someone else”? Or do you have more resistance around, “I'm worried they'll abandon me, I'm worried they won't love me enough?” And that's a very, very, very rudimentary look at two of the concepts of attachment, that more avoidant attachment where it's, “I'm worried I'll be subsumed by the other person and I value independence,” or more anxious attachment, which is, “I'm worried they won't love me enough or I'll be abandoned.” Knowing that and knowing when those thoughts come up, take a pause, take a step back and check in with yourself and your body and the facts and things like that, instead of reacting in that moment. When anxiety is there, it wants us to just react to every alarming or provocative thought that we have. So, yeah, those are some things. I know that I had them scrolling through because I know I had more in the book from the Gottman. They're top of mind. Kimberley: I think back to when I was first married, I was so young. So, if someone had explained to me attachment styles, it would've made the first five years so much easier. You know what I mean? My husband would go away. He's actually away right now. He would go away because he loves to fly fish. And for me, I would feel anxiety because he would leave and I would interpret, because I'm anxious, and I was like, “No, this isn't hard for me to be alone.” It would quickly turn to anger towards him for having a hobby. I'm totally fine to say this too. I'm feeling anxious here by myself. He's off doing something fun for him. So then I got angry that he's doing fun things and leaving me to have my anxiety. He would come home not to a happy wife. He would come home to wife with her hands on her hips. You know what I mean? And I think that that is so common for people with anxiety. When you're feeling anxious, you feel like they're doing it to you like, “Why are you doing this to me?” And then that can create a whole narrative that can interfere in relationship. So, that's just a personal example of how, if I had have known my anxious attachment early in our marriage, I think that would've saved us a lot of fights. Amy: Yeah. Oh, I love that example. And I feel like for me, as somebody who tends toward the other side, I tend to feel more worried about being stifled by relationships. I want to be fully seen and encouraged. And so, sometimes, in particular with friendships, if I've had people who are like, “I've felt exactly the same way,” or “I had the same experience,” or “We should do this all together. Let's get matching jackets,” I'm like, “I am an individual.” I get really threatened because my feeling is-- my brain's automatic interpretation is they don't see you because they think that you are just-- they assume like we're all the same, whereas they're just like, “We want to affiliate.” So, I've had to do some work there as well, even with friendships, to know like it's not-- people aren't trying to kidnap my identity and merge it with theirs. They're actually just being loving.  Kimberley: Right. But it feels threatening. Yeah, absolutely. I think the last question I have for you is, it goes back to that accommodation reassurance piece, particularly related to these dynamics. And maybe this is just my experience, I'd actually love to hear yours. What I do find is, when the person with OCD is coming from an anxious place, like often overanalyzing things, hyper-attending hyperawareness of things, their need for reassurance or their need for everyone to follow what OCD tells the family to do, I have found that the partner, because it's so overwhelming for them, tends to flip to the other end of the spectrum where they don't worry about anything or they're like, “It's fine.” Or maybe even they're frustrated of like, “It's fine, it's fine.” Have you noticed that as a trend in dynamics of a relationship? Amy: Yeah. Sometimes almost like there's a dismissiveness. Yes, I have noticed that and I think that there are so many reasons why that can happen. And I think for the partner and their experience, getting at what that is and what's motivating that is so interesting because, to the person with anxiety or OCD, it can feel really invalidating, or it can feel very comforting. But I think a lot of the times, it can feel invalidating and the partner might be doing it because they might be having their own feelings come up about, “I don't know what to say.” I've tried to use facts and sometimes facts can bounce right off of OCD if you're not in the mindset to accept them. OCD is skeptical about everything. So, I've tried everything and I'm really now at this place of like, “I am so tired.” And it'll come out. “I'm so tired of hearing you talk about this.” And that's when, as a clinician, I see time out. I think you're both really tired of this cycle that OCD has you both in.  So, yeah, I will see that. And I think sometimes when that's the pattern as opposed to a lot of overly accommodating, I think when that's the pattern, the element for me in working with couples to inject back in there is the validation of, “This is really hard.” And also for them to take a step back and realize, well, not everything is going to be OCD either. Sometimes if there is reassurance-- I mean, again, the irony is sometimes this pattern can lead to more reassurance because then it's like, “Well, you just dismissed me. You said that there's nothing wrong in our relationship that you did it in a manner that felt dismissive. And so, now I'm going to ask again.”  So, yeah, deconstructing that pattern. Does the partner feel angry? If so, you're angry at this pattern, not your partner. Does the partner feel helpless, hopeless? Did they feel scared? Are they grasping at straws? So, yeah, that would be how I would look at that when I see it come up. Kimberley: Oh, thank you. I'm so grateful that you shared all that because I think they are all great questions that need to be addressed within the relationship. Thank you. So good. Okay, tell us about your book. I want to be respectful of your time. Tell us about your amazing book, which I think every family that has members should read. Tell us about it. Amy: It's called Thriving in Relationships When You Have OCD: How to Keep Obsessions and Compulsions from Sabotaging Love, Friendship, and Family Connections. It's available for pre-order as of the recording of this, which is in October, but I think this is going to come out later. It will be hot off the presses December 1st from New Harbinger Publications, available on Amazon, available through New Harbinger, I think available on other websites. People keep sending me links and I'm like, “Wow, that's really cool.”  So, yeah, I tried to cover all different kinds of relationships. We talk about family relationships, parenting, romantic relationships, sex and intimacy and those kinds of relationships, friendships, work, and really just a relational lens to what can be a very isolating and security disorder. And I don't want anyone to feel like they have to go at it alone. Kimberley: Thank you. Again, hats off to you. Much respect. You did a beautiful job writing the book. It's an honor. I was so honored to write the foreword. And I think, again, it's like a handbook I think everybody needs to have on the onset of being diagnosed. Here's the book to make sure you can protect your relationship and nurture the relationship outside of OCD. So, thank you. Amy: Well, thank you for having me.

FORE the Good of the Game
Amy Alcott - Part 1 (The Early Years)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 48:35


World Golf Hall of Fame member, Amy Alcott, begins her life story growing up in Brentwood, California and playing "Yard Golf" with makeshift holes and a chopped off 8-iron. Alcott Golf & CC they called it, and there she played until introduced to Walter Keller, America's self-proclaimed first golf discounter, where she took lessons and learned the game. Amy had much success as a junior, winning 100+ tournaments including her State Am at Pebble Beach and the 1973 U.S. Girl's Junior. She almost went directly from junior golf to the LPGA Tour in 1985 where she won her 3rd tournament and earned LPGA Rookie of the Year honors. Amy Alcott shares her early life and time on tour, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Your Love Accomplice with Christina Weber
DWC 059: Stop Playing Small with Napoleon Gratitude

Your Love Accomplice with Christina Weber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 52:04


Christina visits Los Angeles to facilitate "The Dating Dojo." She's staying in the second bedroom of Napoleon Gratitude's home in Brentwood whom she was introduced to just two weeks before by Rachele Brooke Smith (episode 56) who envisioned the two collaborating.    Napoleon is a successful entrepreneur who raised millions for his app GIVIT after going bankrupt and contemplating suicide. He survived by giving gratitude. Prior to GIVIT, Napoleon was one of the top nightclub promoters in Miami.    Napoleon shares his story, plus what happened to his marriage after a session with Dr. Pat Allen, author of the famous relationship book, "Getting to 'I Do."   Christina and Napoleon discuss their passion for supporting children in unserved communities and how Napoleon is supporting in leveling up the 10th Annual Feminine Weapon Day fundraiser to provide children with relationship education and transformational programming happening on January 30, 2023.    Join Napoleon's Gratitude circle by messaging him on Instagram @napoleongratitude.    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.

Goop Yourself
Grand Ole Goopry (TEASER)

Goop Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 2:47


GP goes on a "girls trip" to Nashville, Dr. J*n mourns the end of Twitter and Gerda demystifies nightshades. Plus, Gwyneth's talk show sales strategy, a cutting board pop-up in Brentwood, the pesto of the 2010s, Rick Caruso's (fingers crossed) political demise and more!For the full ep (and much more Goop Yourself content) head on down to patreon.com/goopyourself Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
A Brief But Spectacular take on adapting to new challenges while living with autism

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 4:11


Pierce and Melissa McKay are a mother and son living in Brentwood, Tennessee, just outside of Nashville. When the COVID pandemic began, the McKays found themselves without the vital school and community resources Pierce needed to navigate life as an autistic adult. They share their Brief But Spectacular take on adapting to new challenges while living with autism. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders