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Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 1: Perfectly Healthy, Perfectly Open

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 38:52


Amber Wilson and Joe Fortenbaugh are filling in for Canty & Golic Jr. In the first hour they discuss the Dodgers win over the Giants in Game 5 of the NLDS, why Odell Beckham Jr. isn't getting the ball in Cleveland and Joe's favorite plays for the weekend. Plus, Doug Glanville on the ALCS and NLCS.

Earn Your Happy
790. Showing Up Every Day with Confidence & Authority with Danielle Canty

Earn Your Happy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 59:08


In This Episode You Will Learn About: Gaining the confidence to become a brand The secret sauce to influence Normalizing achievement Noticing what grabs your attention How social media pushes us out of the moment Taking hard times in stride   Resources: bossbabe.com Instagram: @daniellecanty Instagram: @bossbabe.inc Visit litepink.com and sign up for the email newsletter for exclusive events, discounts, and information! Thanks to Brooklinen. Get $20 off a $100 purchase at brooklinen.com, promo code “LORI” Grab your favorite Liquid IV flavors nationwide at Walmart or you can get 25% off when you go to liquidiv.com and use code “HAPPY” at checkout Text “PODCAST” to 310-496-8363 to get your questions answered on our Q&A segment or get coached on the show!   Show Notes: Danielle Canty is the president and co-founder of BossBabe, and she's been there the whole time, scaling the company into a multi-million dollar operation in less than two years. Along the way, she's developed industry-recognized thought leadership on creating, scaling, and monetizing a brand. She's spoken at multiple conferences, and she's the co-host of the BossBabe Podcast – since you're here, you clearly love podcasts, right? Well, you have to check her out! We talk all about the pros and cons of influence and what it looks like to grow your confidence and your influence within your industry.   Question Highlights: How do you keep up with this constant creation? What is influence and how do you get it? What are the hardest parts of social media for you? What is a belief that you are working on changing?   Guest Bio: With a passion for business strategy and female leadership, Danielle is the co-creator of BossBabe specializing in the brand's operation and growth strategy. After starting her first business at 22, Danielle has gone on to become a serial, international seven-figure entrepreneur, and is the COO and President at BossBabe.   As a trained business coach and a Doctor of Chiropractic, Danielle's passions Iie in high performance, business strategy, and operational scalability. Coupled with her understanding that success is more than just business skills but encompasses personal development, facing challenges head-on and striving for the best version of yourself – Danielle's impact is clearly seen in BossBabe's mission and philosophy.  Based in Los Angeles, Danielle also co-hosts The BossBabe Podcast with Natalie, where the two share candid conversations, and interview aspirational leaders across an array of industries.

Badass Basic Bitch
Achieving BossBabe Status with Danielle Canty

Badass Basic Bitch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 50:20


Danielle Canty is from the UK but living in LA, she is the Co-Founder and President of BossBabe, which has grown to have 3.5 Million followers. As co-founder and President at BossBabe, Danielle Canty has been the right-hand to the CEO in scaling the company from start-up to a multi-million dollar company in less than 2 years. Along the way, Danielle has developed industry-recognized thought leadership on creating, scaling and monetizing a brand.Danielle has spoken at multiple conferences, is one of the hosts of The BossBabe Podcast, and is seen as a leader in the operational scaling of start-ups.Danielle started her career as a chiropractor, quickly transitioning into a serial entrepreneur and becoming part of one of the fastest-growing multi-disciplinary primary healthcare companies in the UK. This background coupled with growing multiple product channels at BossBabe has lead Danielle to becoming a customer experience and lifetime value enthusiast.

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 3: How will Aaron Rodgers Fare Against The 49ers Defense?

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 39:09


Canty and Golic question if the Rams/Bucs matchup is more important for the Rams, because the Bucs will be fine and have a deep playoff run regardless?After that, we have NFL questions and answers.

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 2: Can The Chargers Keep Pace?

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 38:56


Canty and Golic are joined by Chris “The Bear” Fallica, Stanford Steve and The Bear podcast. They ask, can Justin Herbert and the Chargers offense keep pace with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs? After that, how much of an impact will Odell Beckham Jr. have on the Brown's offense if he comes back completely healthy?

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 1: What Did Darnold Do?

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 38:48


Chris and Mike ask what Sam Darnold proved in the win over Houston? Then, what does the Christian McCaffrey injury say about the workload for a lead back? After that, the two discuss the upcoming matchup between the Rams and the Buccaneers. Canty says this game can be the deciding factor on who gets a bye in the playoffs. How will the Bucs deal with the Ram's defense?

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 3: Taylor YOLO Heinicke

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 39:16


Canty & Golic Jr. shift their gaze to the Washington Football Team and Taylor Heinicke to praise them for the win. Will Heinicke retain the starting quarterback job when Ryan Fitzpatrick returns? Plus, the Bear lets you know where he's putting his money on a college football Saturday.

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 2: Fat Kid at Heart

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 39:14


Canty and Golic Jr. ask if the Cowboys prove themselves to be the best team in NFC East, even by losing to the Chargers? Plus, Golic Jr. grabs some gas station fried chicken and they talk NFL with Marcus Spears.

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 1: The Sun Technically Still Shines

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 39:08


Canty & Golic Jr. breakdown a wild Thursday Night Football game between the Giants and the Redskins, including all the way the Giants squandered the game. Plus, the guys talk to Dan Duggan of The Athletic to discuss where New York goes from here.

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 4: Trouble In New York?

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 40:52


Keyshawn, Jay and Max share their thoughts on Kenny Golladay and Daniel Jones going at it on the sidelines and Co-Host of Canty and Golic Jr. Chris Canty also weighed in on the Giants' loss to Washington. Plus, the crew wonders if the Packers are going to bounce back this week on Monday Night Football against the Lions and if Josh Allen can do the same against the Dolphins. 

Golic and Wingo
Hour 4: Trouble In New York?

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 40:52


Keyshawn, Jay and Max share their thoughts on Kenny Golladay and Daniel Jones going at it on the sidelines and Co-Host of Canty and Golic Jr. Chris Canty also weighed in on the Giants' loss to Washington. Plus, the crew wonders if the Packers are going to bounce back this week on Monday Night Football against the Lions and if Josh Allen can do the same against the Dolphins. 

Keyshawn, JWill & Max
Hour 4: Trouble In New York?

Keyshawn, JWill & Max

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 45:37


Keyshawn, Jay and Max share their thoughts on Kenny Golladay and Daniel Jones going at it on the sidelines and Co-Host of Canty and Golic Jr. Chris Canty also weighed in on the Giants' loss to Washington. Plus, the crew wonders if the Packers are going to bounce back this week on Monday Night Football against the Lions and if Josh Allen can do the same against the Dolphins. 

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis
Hour 4: Trouble In New York?

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 45:37


Keyshawn, Jay and Max share their thoughts on Kenny Golladay and Daniel Jones going at it on the sidelines and Co-Host of Canty and Golic Jr. Chris Canty also weighed in on the Giants' loss to Washington. Plus, the crew wonders if the Packers are going to bounce back this week on Monday Night Football against the Lions and if Josh Allen can do the same against the Dolphins. 

The Max Kellerman Show
Hour 4: Trouble In New York?

The Max Kellerman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 45:37


Keyshawn, Jay and Max share their thoughts on Kenny Golladay and Daniel Jones going at it on the sidelines and Co-Host of Canty and Golic Jr. Chris Canty also weighed in on the Giants' loss to Washington. Plus, the crew wonders if the Packers are going to bounce back this week on Monday Night Football against the Lions and if Josh Allen can do the same against the Dolphins. 

Adtech Unfiltered
Creating Inclusive Workplaces (with Corean Canty)

Adtech Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 36:47


The adtech industry has been working through a ‘Great Resignation' this year as marketing professionals leave their current positions and seek new ones that better cater to a diverse array of inclusive needs. Noor speak with Corean Canty, the COO of talent platform We Are Rosie about the current talent landscape and what organizations must bring to the table to best appeal to sought-after professionals. 

Hot Goss
Episode 68 LIVE: Pope Smoke with Laura Canty-Samuel

Hot Goss

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 23:18


We are LIVE at the Squirrel Theatre at Caveat for the latest Hot Goss with TRASH and extra special guest Laura Canty-Samuel (HBO Max, Sesame Street, The Foundation). Catch Laura's live BIPOC comedy show @theGossGab! Send us a message! We miss you. --- 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/hotgosswithtrashcomedy/message

Humpty & Canty
DCR Hour 3: Big opportunity for Gleyber & the Yanks

Humpty & Canty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 45:03


With Gleyber Torres set to return to the Yankees lineup. Gordon Damer & Chris Canty analyze how he can salvage what's been a lost season on 98.7 ESPN. Plus. Canty's best drops!

Humpty & Canty
DCR Hour 1: It's Canty's Last Day

Humpty & Canty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 44:44


Chris Canty is moving on from the show, so we bid farewell to him on his final day on DCR on 98.7 ESPN.

Get Up!
Hour 1: Mac's Job to Lose?

Get Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 47:27


After Mac Jones' standout performance in the Patriots' practice on Wednesday, Chris Canty, Louis Riddick and Adam Schefter discuss whether this is Mac Jones' job to lose. The crew breaks down if this is a make or break season for Daniel Jones and how the Giants' joint practice with the Patriots may have affected that. Canty, Riddick and Schefter give their takes on what would be considered a good season for Carson Wentz.

Get Up!
Hour 2: Battle for QB1

Get Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 47:40


Chris Canty, Jeff Darlington and Rob Ninkovich join Mike Greenberg to discuss the Patriots' QB battle between Cam Newton and Mac Jones heading into their preseason game Thursday night. The crew talks about the QB battle taking place in Chicago with Andy Dalton and Justin Fields. Canty, Darlington and Ninkovich make their picks for which AFC North team is most likely to be in the Super Bowl.

The Michael Kay Show
Field of Dreams: 8/13/21

The Michael Kay Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 77:36


On Friday's show, the guys relive yesterday's Field of Dreams classic between the Yankees and White Sox. Plus, Canty pays homage to Friday the 13th with his top 5 horror movies of all time. Meanwhile, Dave and Rick live out their own horror flick with Jacob deGrom's latest injury news.

The Michael Kay Show
Bernie Williams: 8/13/21

The Michael Kay Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 25:13


Bernie Williams joins the guys to share his thoughts on last night's "Field of Dreams" game and the Yankees chances of making the playoffs. Plus, can we get Bernie to play guitar at Canty's wedding?? You don't know if you don't ask.

ENN with Peter Rosenberg
ENN with Rick DiPietro: 8/11/21

ENN with Peter Rosenberg

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 24:14


On Wednesday's ENN, we try and dissect Juan Soto's instagram message and Robert Saleh's comments on training camp fights. Plus, Canty reflects on his battles with Dan Campbell.

Light After Trauma
Episode 55: The Aftermath of Murder: Spreading Awareness on Homicide Survivors with Dr. Jan Canty, PhD

Light After Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 43:15


Dr. Jan Canty is a homicide survivor who seeks to spread awareness and garner more support for other homicide survivors. In this week's episode, Dr. Canty explores the traumatic moment when she went from living a “normal” life to finding out that her husband was missing, then murdered. She explains her experience with traumatic loss and helps us to understand why so much more support is needed for those who are survivors (but still victims nonetheless) of homicide.  Support the Podcast Dr. Canty's Domino Effect of Murder Podcast What to Do When the Police Leave: A Guide to the First Days of Traumatic Loss A Life Divided: A Psychologist's Memoir About the Double Life and Murder of Her Husband - and Her Road To Recovery Transcript: Alyssa Scolari [00:23]: Hello everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the Light After Trauma podcast. I'm your host, Alyssa Scolari. And today we have with us a very special guest, Dr. Jan Canty. Dr. Canty was born, raised and educated and widowed in Detroit. Two months shy of completing her postdoctoral fellowship, her husband of 11 years went missing. Two weeks later, he was found murdered. That event separated her life into before and after segments. Due to media pressure, she moved, changed her name, and did not speak of it for 30 years. When she came out of the shadows, she wrote a book called A Life Divided, and started a podcast for other so-called homicide survivors called Domino Effect of Murder. So this is quite the harrowing story that we have today. So, with all of that said, I am going to turn it over to Dr. Canty herself. Hello. How are you? Jan Canty [01:33]: I'm fine. How are you doing? Alyssa Scolari [01:35]: I'm good. I'm really glad we connected, happy to have you on the show, happy to have you hear. I know we're talking about some tough stuff today. Jan Canty [01:45]: Yes. Alyssa Scolari [01:46]: Even reading your bio alone was just like oh, man, there's so, so much here. I guess I'll start with take me through your journey. How long were you married for? Jan Canty [02:07]: I was married to Al for 11 years before he went missing. Alyssa Scolari [02:11]: Okay. And what was life like prior to that? Jan Canty [02:16]: I would say pretty steady. He was very supportive of my career aspirations, and we were doing okay financially. He was 18 years older than me, and the reason I mention that is because when he began, at the very end of that 11-year period to seem more removed or tired or pre-occupied, I attributed it wrongly to his health, thinking well he's older, he needs a physical, but instead he was up to his eyebrows in trouble and not telling me. Because he had befriended two people in downtown Detroit that he allowed them, encouraged them in fact, to take advantage of him financially. And he did this for 18 months, and when he ran out of money they murdered him. Alyssa Scolari [03:06]: So here you are, you're married, you're going to, it looks like, you were in graduate school going for your PhD? Jan Canty [03:16]: I'd completed my PhD at that point, and I was going through my two-year postdoctoral fellowship. I was in the last two months of it when it all happened. Alyssa Scolari [03:24]: Okay. So all this time you're thinking, well, it's just that Al is really, his health is declining because of his age? Jan Canty [03:35]: Mm-hmm [affirmative]. Alyssa Scolari [03:36]: When really what was happening is he essentially had like another life where he was- Jan Canty [03:41]: Yes. He was pretending to be a physician by the name of Dr. Miller. I found this all out in talking with the chief inspector of homicide the day they called me down to interview me. I had no knowledge of anything that he'd been up to. And one of the many things that he said to me was go home and look at your finances, and you're probably broke, and that was kind. I mean, when I looked into our finances, this is in 1985 dollars, I was $30,000 in debt. So that translates into about $90,000 today. Alyssa Scolari [04:14]: Oh my gosh. Jan Canty [04:17]: We were behind on taxes, rent at the office, mortgage payments, health insurance, you name it. It was way overdue, because he'd been giving these two people all of our money and more. He'd even bought cars for them, he paid their rent. He even gave them a scrapbook or a photo album that I assembled for insurance purposes of the interior of our house, with the estimated value of each of the larger items in the house. And in case there was a fire, I could just grab it and I'd have evidence of what we owned, and it would be easy to turn into the insurance company. He even gave that to them, so they had the knowledge of what was in the house, as well as the layout. Alyssa Scolari [05:00]: So your whole world, every aspect of your world, got turned upside down in a matter of a week? Jan Canty [05:11]: He was missing a week. So between the time he didn't come home and the time I met with Inspector Gil Hill, I was just pacing and worrying and trying to figure out what happened. And then he called me down a week later after he'd been missing, and told me that he suspected he had been murdered, but he didn't have a body yet. And then back in '85 you needed that to have a prosecution, but he had a fair idea what had happened. I now know he had a whole lot more evidence than he was telling me. But then it was the following week, almost to the day that he called me down, and said that they had unearthed his shallow grave in Northern Michigan. He had been killed by the way of a baseball bat and then dismembered. So they had buried his identifiable body parts in a bog in Northern Michigan called the University of Michigan Biologic Station. It's an area where they do scientific research on mosquitoes, and to do that they have road kill dumped there, so it was a perfect camouflage for where they buried him. And I really believe that had an informant, an accomplice, in the burial not come forward, they would have never figured it out. Alyssa Scolari [06:20]: Yeah. So that's what happened, somebody came forward with that tip? Jan Canty [06:25]: Yep. Yep, to escape prosecution. He wanted immunity from prosecution in order to give the information. And they made a deal with him saying yes, if you can lead us to the body parts, you will be off the hook, and you will have to testify in court though against the two defendants, which was John Carl Fry and Dawn Marie Spens. And he agreed to all of it, and they held up their bargain as well, so that's what happened. Alyssa Scolari [06:50]: Wow. And in the months after, well, because I'm sure a trial took place? Jan Canty [07:00]: Yes. Alyssa Scolari [07:00]: Are these people now in jail? Jan Canty [07:02]: They were at the time. And on that point, I'll say that only 5% of murders go to trial, 95% are plea bargains. So that was a concern that I had, is if they all plea bargained to more information that the police wanted, and it could've ended in something minor, because there was evidence that he knew a lot more about other murders in Detroit. But they didn't plea bargain. He did go to trial, and they were convicted. John Carl Fry was convicted of first-degree murder, and convicted to life without parole, which was the maximum in Michigan at the time. I think it's still the same. However, his accomplice, Dawn Marie Spens, was given a very light sentence, and she was out before I could even sell my house. Alyssa Scolari [07:47]: What? Jan Canty [07:48]: Yeah, because she didn't do the actual killing. She just helped transport the body parts. So they charged her and convicted her of, I think the wording is something like mutilation of a dead body or something like that, and so she was off pretty quickly. I think she served two years, maybe 18 months. It was really brief. And then he died in prison after five years of Hep C, so he's no longer around, she still is. Since she's been out, she went back to school and she's alive and well. Alyssa Scolari [08:29]: That makes me want to throw up, it truly does. Jan Canty [08:33]: There was a public outcry when the public became aware of her light sentence, but it's a done deal. You can't make a judge change his mind. Alyssa Scolari [08:42]: Right. Right. So then for you, after all of that, between having to grieve and being in shock, I'm sure, you made that decision to change your name, move completely out of the area? Jan Canty [08:58]: Eventually, because I tried moving locally and the media would not leave me alone. I had to change my phone number so often I had to write it down to make sense of it. And they were coming to my work place, people were driving by my house. It was always in the press, any little thing, like John Carl Fry escaped one time while he was incarcerated. Alyssa Scolari [09:18]: What? Jan Canty [09:19]: So it drummed it all up again. And when he died, it drummed it all up, and I just thought I'm leaving. I've had it. This isn't my swan song. I don't want to forever be known as the widow. This isn't how I want my life to unfold at this point. It was hard. I loved living where I did. My practice was taking off, it was something, a goal, I'd worked for for over a decade. And it was working, but I wasn't happy, and I was on edge all the time. And I was tired of people pointing at me in public, and finally I just said enough. And so to your point about grief, because of all the drama, the media, my health risks, I was told I had to get an HIV test because of his infidelity with prostitutes, there were so many irons in the fire at any given time that grief was totally postponed for a long time. That was a luxury. I didn't have time to process it. I was constantly putting out fires. If it wasn't the media, it was bills. If it wasn't the bills, it was my health. If it wasn't that, it was moving. If it wasn't that, it was something else. So it kept getting postponed. It was one of those things that I thought later, I can deal with that later. Right now I've got to figure out, I mean, in the early weeks frankly, I had to figure out how I was going to eat and how I was going to keep the lights on, because he'd given away all our money and we were in debt. And I had just started my practice, so my income was very low. Alyssa Scolari [10:49]: Right. Jan Canty [10:50]: So I started selling things that I owned to not only prepare to move to a smaller place, but to survive. And winter was setting in, and I was worried about the heat bill, because it was a really old house and it sucked up energy. So my mind was consumed with survival for a long time. Alyssa Scolari [11:09]: Right. It's as you were talking about you couldn't really even go anywhere or do anything without the media, of course I think to myself there's no way you even had two seconds to grieve. Jan Canty [11:21]: No. Alyssa Scolari [11:21]: As you said, that's a luxury, right? Jan Canty [11:21]: Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [11:24]: I'm in survival mode. There's no time to process any of this. Jan Canty [11:29]: No. I postponed what I could postpone, and that was one of them. I had to prioritize. I had to make my bills, I had to eat, I had to figure out how I was going to heat the house, I had to try to sell the house. And that was an issue, because Michigan law, even to this day, states that if there is a serious crime in which the owner of the house is involved, even if it does not take place on the property, you have to divulge that information to the potential buyer in case they are superstitious. If you fail to do that, they can rescind the offer at any time in the future, so that devalued the house. Alyssa Scolari [12:06]: What? Jan Canty [12:06]: Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [12:07]: Is that just me, or does that seem like an absolutely ... Jan Canty [12:11]: It was like one thing on top of another, like I said. It made no sense to me, because it didn't occur in the house. So I didn't think it, but everybody knew anyway. Alyssa Scolari [12:19]: It made no sense. Jan Canty [12:19]: Because the media published pictures of our house, and even a map to get to our house, so it really wasn't a secret in the sense. But the people that ended up buying the house came from England, so they would not have known anything about this, but they still had to be told about it. And so as a consequence, the house was probably valued by a third less of what it was worth, and then I used a lot of that money just to pay off bills. Alyssa Scolari [12:43]: Right. I feel like I've been shaking my head so much throughout this interview already that my head might actually spin off. I'm just, I'm baffled that a law like that even exists, like it- Jan Canty [12:56]: Yeah. I checked recently, and it's still there. Alyssa Scolari [12:59]: Unbelievable, right? As if things weren't, it's like you had everything working against you all at the same time. Jan Canty [13:07]: Mm-hmm [affirmative]. Alyssa Scolari [13:08]: How did you stay sane? Jan Canty [13:11]: I attribute a lot of my coping skills, number one, to how my parents raised me. They were never, ever one to allow me to escape responsibility. And if I complained, they'd always point out somebody has it worse than you, come on, get on with life, you don't have it so bad. That was a factor, my childhood. My parents flew in from Phoenix to be with me, and they were immense help. Once they arrived, which was a week into his disappearance, my dad took charge of the front door and the phone. My mom took charge of laundry and cooking, because I hadn't eaten, and in fact, the dinner that I had prepared for Al and I the night he was to come home, I'd left it on the stove for a week. I hadn't even noticed it. That's how out of it I was. It was hamburger. We were going to have hamburgers that night, and it just was sitting in the summer heat for a week and I didn't even notice it. So the minute she walked in the house, she's like, "What in the God's name is that odor? That stinks." Alyssa Scolari [14:10]: And you didn't even notice it. Jan Canty [14:11]: And I hadn't had a shower, because it wasn't like a week, it was like one very long day. That's how it felt to me. There was no morning, noon and night, 24-hour cycles. It was like the next hour or the next minute, the next hour, and it just kept going, and I was getting by on cat naps for a long time. So it didn't seem like a week until that they came. It seemed like one very long day. Morning, noon and night had no meaning at all. Alyssa Scolari [14:39]: I think that that's a deeply accurate description of the traumatic loss, like what that trauma is like in the initial phases. That's what it is. A week went by and it felt like a day. I think that's a perfect way of describing it, and- Jan Canty [15:04]: Well, I think you're so into your own skin, those external benchmarks are gone. You don't know the date, you don't know the hour. Alyssa Scolari [15:04]: None of that even matters. Jan Canty [15:11]: You don't know if it's morning, noon or night, you don't. It's you're so inside your own skin, and thinking about what's happened and what needs to happen, that that's all very external, very removed, and meaningless at the time. Alyssa Scolari [15:26]: Yeah. It's like none of that even matters, the date, the day, the time. It's all, right, none of, like you said- Jan Canty [15:26]: Right. Alyssa Scolari [15:36]: The external just doesn't matter. Now for you, when did the grieving process, like when did you transition, was it when you moved, from that shock to the grief? Jan Canty [15:54]: Well, I would say in earnest, it was after I left Michigan. It was probably a year and a half later. Alyssa Scolari [16:02]: Okay. And what- Jan Canty [16:02]: Because up to that point I was just treading water. And finally, when I got away from everybody I knew, all the reporters, the media, the police, and I could sit and think. Even at the funeral I couldn't think, because the media were there. I mean, they were so intrusive, so invasive, and impersonal and in my face. And I couldn't even grieve at the, all I could think about at the funeral was getting out of there and getting home. They had cameras and microphones, and it was like a circus. I felt like all that was missing was popcorn. Alyssa Scolari [16:36]: A circus you don't want to be at. Jan Canty [16:38]: No. No. Alyssa Scolari [16:39]: Not at all. Jan Canty [16:40]: So it was a long time, and I was pretty removed from it all by then. And I did not have a name for the kind of grief that I was experiencing at the time, but now looking back, I know that it's a unique kind of, well, maybe it's more common than we think. It's called conflicted grief, where there is relief in your grief, where there is some element of, oh, I'm glad that's over. I know I wouldn't want him back, because of all the deceit, all the infidelity, endangering my life, let alone his own. There was this anger like I had never experienced in my life. You still have the other typical parts of grief, the sadness and the feeling empty and remembering the good times. That's still all there, but in addition to that there's this other layer of how dare you? How dare you have done what you did to your life and my life and our life? What was wrong with you? And so that conflicted grief, for me, and I'm not saying this is everybody, but for me made it easier. Because you don't go to that depth of soul searching and mourning, because your anger is it bottoms you out. It's at a point where if he had lived, if he had survived, I would have left him in a heartbeat. I mean, I wouldn't have put up with that. Alyssa Scolari [18:04]: Right. Right. Jan Canty [18:05]: So it made it easier for me, and I took it a day at a time. Again, when that happened, I wish I'd had a name for it then. All I know is I felt terribly guilty for not feeling more sad, more mournful than I did, but I was able to start sleeping soon. And you go in the Hallmark section of a card area and you'll see they're still with you in your thoughts, and you'll be together one day. None of that applied to me. It was like I don't want to walk with him again. I don't want to be with him at some future time. Alyssa Scolari [18:38]: Yeah, you were mad as hell. Jan Canty [18:39]: Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [18:39]: You were mad as hell. Jan Canty [18:40]: And there's no place to discharge it, because he's not here. Alyssa Scolari [18:43]: Right. You can't even scream at him. Jan Canty [18:45]: No. And his mother really was in denial. He was an only child, and so my mother-in-law was like feeding it, like I bet ... She even sent me an anniversary card after he had- Alyssa Scolari [18:59]: What? Jan Canty [18:59]: Yeah. A few after he left, after he died. And she was not in touch with what was going on. She refused to believe his role in his own demise, and always said he'd been blackmailed, there was another explanation. But she would not go to court, she would not go to the police station, she would not face any of the facts as we knew them, so she could continue to live in that sense of denial. And at her age, I thought let her. What's the difference? It's her only child. She's entitled to see it how she needs to see it, if that makes her sleep, but I don't want to be a part of it. And so there's an old saying that murder kills not just victims, it kills families too, and that's a good example of that. Alyssa Scolari [19:39]: It's so true, so, so true. Now, but for you, it didn't kill you. Jan Canty [19:46]: No. Alyssa Scolari [19:47]: And it sounds like it's partially because it's, like you said, that type of conflict grief, right? You have all this rage, this anger, because there's this sense of betrayal. Jan Canty [19:58]: Mm-hmm [affirmative]. Alyssa Scolari [19:59]: But you also, even just reading your bio and seeing where you're at now, you've now kind of incorporated the past and what happened to you into the work that you do now. Jan Canty [20:13]: Yes, I do. It took me 30 years to speak of it. I did not talk about it for a long, long time after I moved, but there was specific events that happened that made me come out of the shadows. And when it did, I had enough objectivity there, the dust had settled. I had gotten my ducks in a row. I'd deliberately done things to get myself back on track, because back in 1985, you're alone. There is no internet. There's no way to search out, I didn't even know the name homicide survivor then. All I knew is I didn't know a soul who'd been through what I'd been through, so it was up to me to deal with it as best I could and figure out how I was going to heal myself. So I fell back on a very old model that I was taught in my training, which is you look at biopsychosocial dimensions of behavior. And I thought I've got to address each of those. I've got to look at what I'm doing biologically, so I started doing triathlons. I started looking at things socially. I traveled around the world and went to remote villages, and visited and helped communities in very remote places who didn't even have drinking water, let alone a spouse. Women had no rights, and it was bug infested, and I tried to throw myself into helping other people who were less fortunate, in some ways, than myself. That put it in perspective. And I tried to heal myself psychologically by trying to read up on it. Once the internet came into being, and I could get resources, I started researching a little bit more about homicide survivors. And even now there's not a ton of information, but it's better than it used to be. And so that was my focus, was to say life, strangely, has prepared me for this. I've got my formal training, and I have my life training, and my goal now is to help other homicide survivors, and people close to homicide survivors, like perhaps a close friend of somebody who's lost someone to homicide. My goal is to help that population deal with their experience, because there's very little out there now. There's no parades in our honor. There's no national day that people are aware of for homicide survivors, and we're misrepresented in movies, if we're represented at all, because most of the time the focus is on the crime and the perpetrator, and maybe a trial, which is a myth, because like I said, most of the time it's a plea bargain. But as for the family of the deceased, they're just in the background. They're this fleeting people that are dissolved into tears, and then they lead them off stage and that's it. And that's where the story starts, that's not where it ends. So my goal has been to try to fan the flames of that, and create better understanding and a pool of resources for people in that situation. Alyssa Scolari [23:07]: And is that largely what you book is about, A Life Divided? Jan Canty [23:14]: Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [23:14]: Or is that more of a memoir? Jan Canty [23:16]: It's both. It's both. Alyssa Scolari [23:16]: Okay. Jan Canty [23:17]: It's a true crime memoir, but my deliberate intent was to segue at the end towards speaking to trauma survivors in general, so that you can use my story as a springboard to understand what goes on with trauma, so that other people can use it for their own benefit. Like, for example, I talk about nightmares as not something to fear. That's a part of the healing process, and it's natural and it's inevitable, and it's your mind trying to reset itself, and just as one silly example. But there's that, and then also the podcast. It was actually suggested to me by a relative in South Carolina who owns a crime scene cleanup business, and it was her idea to say you'd be a perfect person to have a podcast. And I'm thinking I don't know anything about podcasts, the technology, pop filter, the whole there's a lot as an uphill of information you have to gather. Alyssa Scolari [24:21]: It's a lot, right. Jan Canty [24:22]: But as you probably know, Alyssa, other podcasters are very helpful. It's like a nice community. Alyssa Scolari [24:28]: It's a nice community. It is. Jan Canty [24:29]: They're not competitive, they're helpful. Alyssa Scolari [24:31]: Yes. Jan Canty [24:31]: And they really helped me get on my feet, so that's how The Domino Effect of Murder was born. And that was two years ago, and it's now heard in 11 countries. Alyssa Scolari [24:39]: Wow. That's incredible. It's incredible. Jan Canty [24:44]: And I've met the most remarkable people. That's been so enjoyable. It's like my tribe. That's what I think of them as. These are people that went through, every homicide is unique, they're all different, but these are people that somehow figured out a way to make lemonade out of lemons, and I admire them. They're resilient. They're creative. They're compassionate. They're passionate and articulate, and willing to talk about their histories. And I've just admired them, and I enjoy speaking with them. Alyssa Scolari [25:19]: Yes, and you are one of those people. I mean, you truly are, and it's the kind of grief, and the kind of traumatic loss that you have been through. I think the grief expert, David Kessler, who is just one of my all-time-favorite people on the planet, he wrote the book called Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief, and I believe he has an entire chapter dedicated to homicide, and it is because it is a much different type of grief. Jan Canty [25:59]: And it's a grief that one of the sad things about it is that when you start to knit together, when you start to pull yourself out of this, that's about the time the trial happens, or the court proceedings, and it just opens it up again. And anytime you see somebody in the news who died under very similar circumstances as your loved one, it opens it up, so that's another part that makes it hard. When I hear of somebody who's lost a loved one, they're missing and then they're found murdered, it's just, ah, it just rips at me. Alyssa Scolari [26:38]: Yeah. It's like this wound that just you can't get medical attention for. Jan Canty [26:38]: Right. Alyssa Scolari [26:44]: It's just this wound that weeps. Jan Canty [26:46]: Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [26:47]: And there's no healing. And one of the questions that I'm very curious to ask your opinion on this, there has been such a trend toward true crime, and I don't know if it's specifically in this country, or if it's worldwide. People are obsessed with true crime, myself included, right? Myself included. I listen to many, many, many true crime podcasts, and I think that there's been a lot of criticism that people are obsessed with it in a way that almost minimizes the tragedy. Do you feel that that's the case? Have you noticed that, that people more so are all about the drama of it, and less aware of like, no, this is homicide, this is devastating and life altering? Jan Canty [27:49]: I think you see an array. There are some podcasts which make light of it. My favorite podcasts, one is Wine and Crime, and they even laugh, and it trivializes it. Alyssa Scolari [28:04]: Yes. Jan Canty [28:06]: And in addition to that, it doesn't focus on the aftermath, it focuses on the crime itself. Alyssa Scolari [28:11]: The crime itself. Jan Canty [28:12]: Which is very common. But there are a handful out there that do bring up, and do try to address, the victims who are living. They're in a minority, but they're there, and I don't think they were even there five years ago, so that's refreshing. Alyssa Scolari [28:28]: Yes. Jan Canty [28:28]: What I find equally upsetting, for me, is the lack of interest in scholarly research on homicide survivors, because here's a for instance. When I do my episodes, I guess it's the researcher in me, but I always try to research the topic I'm going to be specifically addressing in that episode. One week I was going to be speaking with a young woman, she was like in her mid-twenties, maybe late-twenties at the most, who was a filicide survivor, meaning that her mother murdered her brother. Filicide is the murdering of one's child. She survived it. Alyssa Scolari [29:06]: I didn't know it. Jan Canty [29:08]: And so I thought, okay, I want to research filicide, and particularly what's the impact on the surviving child? Because it's not like the Watt's case. They're not always where all the children are killed. It's unique, it's there's differences. I could not find one shred of data, one study anywhere in the world that talked about this. And that's just one example, but it's not unique. And so but if you look up serial killers, oh my God, you don't have enough room to read all the articles. So academia is following that same mode. It's like can't you get off the subject of serial killers and the homicide itself and look at the aftermath? There's so much we need to know. What's the impact on development of children who witness a homicide? Or what's the impact of an older child if he sees his parent murder a younger child? We don't know, because nobody's researching these things. So that's one thing. And movies, they don't show the reality of it very often either. There's only a very few, few films out there that start with the trial, and then proceed to show the people's life afterwards. They're definitely in the minority, which I don't totally blame the academicians and the producers and the podcast hosts for this, because homicide survivors tend to run and hide. We don't like the spotlight. We don't want to talk about it. It took me 30 years to talk about it. So it's not just them not giving us a thought, but we run from the spotlight too, and so you put the two together and there's this big unknown. But I will tell you this, that it's an equal-opportunity club, and that at any moment anybody can join us. You just never know. Whether it's a mass homicide or an individual homicide, you don't know until it happens to you. Alyssa Scolari [31:06]: Exactly. Exactly. I thank you for that, and I thank you for your honesty, because I see that and I open my eyes to it. And listen, I am no angel in this. I, myself, am reading about The Stranger Beside Me, about Ted Bundy, Original Night Stalker or Golden State Killer. They recently caught him, but what are there books about- Jan Canty [31:32]: But the thing that I think we need to underscore here is that I believe, and the research supports this, that many women in particular who follow true crime do so as a learning tool for their own safety. What do I need to know to avoid this happening to me? So it's not always a gossipy kind of mystery-intrigue angle that they have, it's self-protection. Alyssa Scolari [31:57]: Absolutely, but I think that self-protection also can be extended to looking at the impact of the survivors, because as easily as we could be a victim of homicide, that's as easily as we could be a survivor of homicide, right? Jan Canty [32:14]: I wish more people would see that. Alyssa Scolari [32:16]: Yeah. And it's, you know, there are no books on, like you said, like I ... Jan Canty [32:21]: One book, if I can plug it, and I learned about it from my podcast. Alyssa Scolari [32:24]: Oh yeah? Jan Canty [32:24]: The one about [inaudible 00:32:25], and it's a wonderful book. If you are a police officer listening, get this book in your department to hand out at crime scenes of homicides. It's called What to Do When the Police Leave, and it's exactly what it's about. It's almost like a manual, like Step A, Step B. Alyssa Scolari [32:44]: Wow. Jan Canty [32:44]: And it's been printed over 40,000 copies, but it's I think it should be, and especially with the uptick in homicides in the last year. Homicides have nationally gone from an average of 18,000 annually to now 20,000 since COVID has hit. Alyssa Scolari [33:00]: Oh my gosh. Jan Canty [33:00]: It's still rare. It doesn't mean it's frequent. It's like if you picture a football stadium, we're now talking about ten people in that football stadium, as opposed to maybe seven before, but still it happens. Alyssa Scolari [33:13]: Still significant, yeah. Jan Canty [33:14]: And that doesn't include always the bigger-scale homicides, the mass tragedies. But I think that there are books like that out there, but this is it, the public doesn't know about this safety net. They don't know the resources that are out there. I'm still learning about them, and it's so darn hard to find them. And I wish there was a clearinghouse or public, I don't know, a nationwide conference, or something we could pull these resources together, police, victims and attorneys and so on, and learn from one another, to get a boost going so that the safety net is there and in place. The closest one I can find is through Arizona. The Arizona Homicide Inc is what they call it, I-N-C, Homicide Inc. It's- Alyssa Scolari [34:02]: And that's a conference? Jan Canty [34:03]: It's an organization within Arizona. They have support groups, they have pamphlets, they have speakers. And they are probably, and from where I sit, it looks like the most organized, and probably one of the earliest. The other one is Parents of Murdered Children. They're both in the United States and Canada. They are very organized. And despite what the name sounds like, they are open to speaking with people other than parents. But there aren't many. There's very, very few. Alyssa Scolari [34:32]: Very few. Jan Canty [34:33]: And so I'm hoping that through your podcast, and people listening here as well as my own, that people will become more aware of resources out there. Alyssa Scolari [34:44]: Yes. And I will absolutely link your book, your podcast, as well as the What to Do When the Police Leave book in the show notes for the listeners. Jan Canty [34:57]: It's written by Bill Jenkins, J-E-N- Alyssa Scolari [34:59]: Bill Jenkins? Okay. Jan Canty [35:00]: Whose son was murdered. One thing also, if I could just touch on quickly. I know we're running out of time, but- Alyssa Scolari [35:06]: Oh yeah, go ahead. Jan Canty [35:07]: If I could speak to some of the other myths surrounding, one I've already mentioned, that frequently murders end in trial. That's like CSI stuff on TV. Alyssa Scolari [35:17]: Yeah. Jan Canty [35:17]: That isn't the case. Alyssa Scolari [35:17]: Law and Order. Jan Canty [35:19]: 95% of them end up in a plea bargain, so be prepared for the murderer of your loved one to get a lesser offense charge. The other one is that once a homicide occurs, that the grieving people who are going through it, that they receive a lot of support. And that doesn't usually happen, except at the time of the funeral, and maybe at the time of the trial, but it quickly falls off. And therefore, one of the recommendations I would make is if you knew somebody that had had this happen to, and you're close to them, stay in touch with them over the next few months. They're going to need you to be there for them month five, month six, and the year anniversary of the murder. The other misperception is that once people are convicted of homicide that they serve very long sentences, and that too is false. Nationally, if you are convicted of a first-degree premeditated murder, the national average, and it does vary by jurisdiction, is 17 years. If you are convicted of second-degree impulsive murder, the national average is only five years nine months. That's involuntary manslaughter 9.2 years, so it's really not what you think. We don't have these life sentences. About 2% of murder convictions are false convictions, that is an innocent person has been railroaded into giving a false confession and put behind bars. And there's a man I met, he was a guest on my episode, called Deskovic is his last name, Jeffrey Deskovic. He was a teenager who was interrogated over many hours and just given caffeine, finally falsely confessed to a murder of his classmate, and served 16 years before he was released. He's now an attorney himself and helps other exonerees get their day in court. Alyssa Scolari [37:15]: Wow. Jan Canty [37:17]: Another myth is that women are at greatest risk when they are alone outside after dark. And what the data shows is that the most common place for women to be murdered is their own home, and the most common perpetrator is someone close to them. It could be an ex-boyfriend, could be a neighbor, but it's somebody known to them. It's not the stranger pulling them into a van and dumping them into the woods. That happens, but that's not the biggest risk. Most women are murdered in their home. And about 65% of murders are by people who know each other well, so family members, friends, coworkers are the 65% of all homicides are perpetrated by that group versus strangers, which is not how it's portrayed in the media very often. Alyssa Scolari [38:02]: No. Jan Canty [38:04]: So there are other myths, but those are just the ones I wanted to throw out. Alyssa Scolari [38:07]: Wow. Thank you. Jan Canty [38:10]: Yeah. Alyssa Scolari [38:10]: Thank you for what you do. You truly embody, I think, the word resiliency. You embody what this podcast is really all about. Jan Canty [38:23]: And if I can do it, other people can do it. Alyssa Scolari [38:26]: Yes. Jan Canty [38:26]: You need to surround yourself with strong people. You need to pay attention to your biology, get your rest, get your hydration. You don't have to do marathons and triathlons. Alyssa Scolari [38:26]: Could though, right? Jan Canty [38:37]: But you do have to get off your chair and go walk at least. So pay attention to your diet, ratchet down the cigarettes and the pop and the bad stuff. Take care of yourself biologically. In fact, I would recommend you see a physician within the first weeks of a homicide. Take care of yourself socially. Don't become a hermit. I did that, it doesn't work well. Surround yourself with at least one or two close allies. They don't have to have been through what you've been through, but just to have them sit there and listen. They don't have to throw out any recommendations, there's no magic words they need to come up with, but just to sit there non-judgmentally and listen to you, whether it's 3:00 am or whatever it is, and listen to them is very, very helpful. The other thing that friends can do which is very helpful, especially in the early weeks, is do not say call me if you need something, because people don't know what they need. And instead, say- Alyssa Scolari [39:30]: Right, so they won't call you. Jan Canty [39:31]: Right. Instead, say I noticed you need to take your car in to get your tires rotated. I'm going to do that for you. Or you need to get your cat into the vet. I'll get that done for you. Or I'm going to grocery shop. I'm going to bring your groceries to you. Do something specific and concrete that you know they will benefit by. I had a friend whose husband suicided, and I know she was very worried, she kept talking about how am I going to get my grass cut, because she was not physically well. And so I purchased landscaping for that summer for her, and you'd think I'd given her a million dollars. If I had said to her call me if you need something, that would have never happened. Alyssa Scolari [40:04]: No. I have almost felt, I hate that phrase so much. I have always seen it as a cop out, and it might just be a personal thing. It might be I think sometimes people feel uncomfortable, they don't know what to say, so then they say just let me know if you need anything, and I feel like that's a cop out. Jan Canty [40:04]: Right. Alyssa Scolari [40:20]: It's like, no, that person will not be able to tell you what they need. Jan Canty [40:23]: Nope. Nope. Alyssa Scolari [40:23]: There are no words for this. Jan Canty [40:25]: No. Alyssa Scolari [40:25]: Just look and go into action. Jan Canty [40:28]: Yep. Alyssa Scolari [40:29]: And that's how you can be the best help. Jan Canty [40:31]: Yep. Alyssa Scolari [40:32]: I mean, that's my spiel on that. And that phrase always just frustrates me when there's grief or loss. It's like, no, because that puts more pressure on the victim. Jan Canty [40:44]: It does. You can't even make a decision. Alyssa Scolari [40:45]: Right, like what am I, the CEO of- Jan Canty [40:47]: And you're not looking at your life objectively. Alyssa Scolari [40:49]: Right. Jan Canty [40:49]: I mean, my mother comes in and sees the week-old, rotten hamburger. I mean, obviously I needed somebody to clean my kitchen, but I didn't notice. Alyssa Scolari [40:56]: Right. Exactly. Exactly. So ... Jan Canty [41:00]: But because of people like you reaching out and allowing me to speak, I do feel more optimistic that more people will be helped. Alyssa Scolari [41:07]: Yes. Even just today, right, or the week I'm having, listening to this, A, puts things into, I think, very serious perspective for me, but also helps me to know that people out there, myself included, can do very hard things, and can take so much pain, pain that we did not deserve. You did not deserve it, you didn't need it, you didn't ask for it, you didn't want it, you never saw it coming. Jan Canty [41:41]: No. Alyssa Scolari [41:41]: But you took it, after many, many years, as hard as it was, and now you are using it to help other people. Jan Canty [41:48]: I think people are more capable of doing things than they even think they are. Alyssa Scolari [41:52]: Agreed. Agreed. Jan Canty [41:53]: You don't know until it happens, what you're capable of. Alyssa Scolari [41:57]: 1,010% So I thank you so much for your vulnerability, for sharing your story. Everything will be linked in the bio for the listeners, so you can check all of that stuff out, and thank you. Jan Canty [42:14]: Thank you, Alyssa, for having me on. Alyssa Scolari [42:16]: Thanks for listening, everyone. For more information, please head over to lightaftertrauma.com, or you can also follow us on social media. On Instagram, we are at lightaftertrauma, and on Twitter it is @lightafterpod. Lastly, please head over to patreon.com/lightaftertrauma to support our show. We are asking for $5.00 a month, which is the equivalent to a cup of coffee at Starbucks, so please head on over. Again, that's patreon.com/lightaftertrauma. Thank you, and we appreciate your support. singing

One Voice Makes A Difference with Janet Swanson

A mom and two daughters find their hope and their way through Covid by making music together!

The Max Kellerman Show
Hour 3: Chris Canty Joins

The Max Kellerman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 46:26


Co-Host, "DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg, Chris Canty joins to talk about the NFL Hall of Fame Game that kicks off Enshrinement Week tonight and Urban Meyer's comments about choosing which players to cut. And later, Jen & Bart take calls about which NFL players people are most excited to watch this season and how they have their coffee in the morning. 

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 3: Chris Canty Joins

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 46:26


Co-Host, "DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg, Chris Canty joins to talk about the NFL Hall of Fame Game that kicks off Enshrinement Week tonight and Urban Meyer's comments about choosing which players to cut. And later, Jen & Bart take calls about which NFL players people are most excited to watch this season and how they have their coffee in the morning. 

Golic and Wingo
Hour 3: Chris Canty Joins

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 46:26


Co-Host, "DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg, Chris Canty joins to talk about the NFL Hall of Fame Game that kicks off Enshrinement Week tonight and Urban Meyer's comments about choosing which players to cut. And later, Jen & Bart take calls about which NFL players people are most excited to watch this season and how they have their coffee in the morning. 

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis
Hour 3: Chris Canty Joins

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 46:26


Co-Host, "DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg, Chris Canty joins to talk about the NFL Hall of Fame Game that kicks off Enshrinement Week tonight and Urban Meyer's comments about choosing which players to cut. And later, Jen & Bart take calls about which NFL players people are most excited to watch this season and how they have their coffee in the morning. 

Keyshawn, JWill & Max
Hour 3: Chris Canty Joins

Keyshawn, JWill & Max

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 46:26


Co-Host, "DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg, Chris Canty joins to talk about the NFL Hall of Fame Game that kicks off Enshrinement Week tonight and Urban Meyer's comments about choosing which players to cut. And later, Jen & Bart take calls about which NFL players people are most excited to watch this season and how they have their coffee in the morning. 

Self Care Club with Natalie Ross
Death Walker Ash Canty on Deepening Your Connection to Your Deceased Loved Ones and Spirit Guides [episode 55]

Self Care Club with Natalie Ross

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 87:58


Ash Canty shares about their initiation into being a Death Walker and Spirit Medium. You'll also hear about: Death Walker vs Death Doula On navigating the other-side How making offerings can supercharge your connection with the Spirit realm And healing from chronic illness  ♥♥♥ Join The Earth Speak Collective Membership! Join like-hearted folks in a sacred container and community where you'll: Connect deeply to yourself, others, nature & spirit Learn to trust your intuition Activate your Earth magic Expand your healing & divination skills Put your intuition into practice in everyday life Stop feeling lonely on your spiritual path Embody & express your creative power & truths Experience safe space without agenda or judgment When you join the Collective, you get access to all of our past workshops, any live workshops happening while you're a member, live weekly energetic reset calls, monthly community rituals, all the secret episodes, member-run meetups to explore magical topics, and a lively members only forum (that's not on FB!). ▶▶▶ Learn more and sign up for the Collective membership here: https://www.earthspeak.love/collective ***** Ash Canty (they/he) is a Death Walker & Spirit Usher Psychic Medium. Their ancestors are Indigenous peoples of  West Africa, Indigenous tribes of Mexico, and white European colonizers. They support and walk others in the threshold and ritual of their own unique death and dying process. They are led by spirit, ancestors, and nature in all that they do. They also hold monthly "Death Out Loud" Zoom events where they unpack conversations around death and dying held in a sacred, trauma-informed, and co-created container. Ash creates deep spaciousness for others to be able to step into a non-linear time-space to hold conversations around being with the grief & praise of being alive. They provide virtual deathcare services to families and loved ones who are in the active stages of dying and are in need of: spiritual support, bedside visits, will planning, virtual ceremonies, spirit ushering, holding sacred family councils around death, and living death day celebrations. Find out more at Sovereign Spirit Deathcare.  We are excited to share that Ash will be teaching a Collective only workshop with us in August. Find out more and sign up for the Earth Speak Collective at www.earthspeak.love/collective.   In this episode, we talk about: Death as a portal Normalizing conversations around death Ash shares their journey to becoming a Death Walker On healing from chronic illness How Ash communicates with their grandmother in the Spirit realm On trusting your calling How Ash found their purpose and their path Why Ash was afraid to practice their gifts and connect with the Spirit world What happens when we die How we can continue to grow on the other side On being a channel and a vessel for the deceased   How Ash helps liberate folks from their grief and to connect with their loved ones in new ways On being here How stagnation manifests in the body On living in a vibration of love Helping spirits cross over On clearing energetic patterns left from traumatic deaths How Ash's guides protect them from unfriendly energies and spirits On navigating the other side Knowing your own energy How making offerings can supercharge your connection Honoring your ancestors in a way that feels good and authentic to you On creating personal energetic boundaries On bringing love back to the places where it has been forgotten How love is the basis of everything Ash shares a little about their upcoming workshop with the Collective On what it means to die On integrating the fear of loss And so much more! Secret Episodes! Get access to past secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret. Links: Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Learn more about Ash's offerings at www.sovereignspiritdeathcare.com Connect with Ash on Instagram @sovereignspiritdeathcare // https://www.instagram.com/sovereignspiritdeathcare/ Come join the Earth Speak Collective and take our workshop with Ash www.earthspeak.love/collective Get the secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret  References: Death Doula https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_midwife Psychedelic mushrooms https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psilocybin_mushroom Born Again Baptist https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Born_again Psychopomp https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychopomp Clairvoyance https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clairvoyance Claircognizance https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/claircognizance Open relationship https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_relationship Mediumship https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediumship Earth Speak Co-founder Shawna https://www.earthspeak.love/about-home Join the Collective to access Ash's workshop https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Book a 1:1 or Grief Tending session with Ash https://www.sovereignspiritdeathcare.com/about-1 Book a Private Reading with Ash https://www.sovereignspiritdeathcare.com/news  ► Leave us a written review on iTunes, and get shouted out on the show! Theme music is “It's Easier” by Scarlet Crow http://www.scarletcrow.org/ and “Meeting Again” by Emily Sprague  https://mlesprg.info/ ► Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Follow Earth Speak on Instagram and tag us when you share @earthspeak https://www.instagram.com/earthspeak

Dream Freedom Beauty with Natalie Ross
Death Walker Ash Canty on Deepening Your Connection to Your Deceased Loved Ones and Spirit Guides [episode 55]

Dream Freedom Beauty with Natalie Ross

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 87:58


Ash Canty shares about their initiation into being a Death Walker and Spirit Medium. You'll also hear about: Death Walker vs Death Doula On navigating the other-side How making offerings can supercharge your connection with the Spirit realm And healing from chronic illness  ♥♥♥ Join The Earth Speak Collective Membership! Join like-hearted folks in a sacred container and community where you'll: Connect deeply to yourself, others, nature & spirit Learn to trust your intuition Activate your Earth magic Expand your healing & divination skills Put your intuition into practice in everyday life Stop feeling lonely on your spiritual path Embody & express your creative power & truths Experience safe space without agenda or judgment When you join the Collective, you get access to all of our past workshops, any live workshops happening while you're a member, live weekly energetic reset calls, monthly community rituals, all the secret episodes, member-run meetups to explore magical topics, and a lively members only forum (that's not on FB!). ▶▶▶ Learn more and sign up for the Collective membership here: https://www.earthspeak.love/collective ***** Ash Canty (they/he) is a Death Walker & Spirit Usher Psychic Medium. Their ancestors are Indigenous peoples of  West Africa, Indigenous tribes of Mexico, and white European colonizers. They support and walk others in the threshold and ritual of their own unique death and dying process. They are led by spirit, ancestors, and nature in all that they do. They also hold monthly "Death Out Loud" Zoom events where they unpack conversations around death and dying held in a sacred, trauma-informed, and co-created container. Ash creates deep spaciousness for others to be able to step into a non-linear time-space to hold conversations around being with the grief & praise of being alive. They provide virtual deathcare services to families and loved ones who are in the active stages of dying and are in need of: spiritual support, bedside visits, will planning, virtual ceremonies, spirit ushering, holding sacred family councils around death, and living death day celebrations. Find out more at Sovereign Spirit Deathcare.  We are excited to share that Ash will be teaching a Collective only workshop with us in August. Find out more and sign up for the Earth Speak Collective at www.earthspeak.love/collective.   In this episode, we talk about: Death as a portal Normalizing conversations around death Ash shares their journey to becoming a Death Walker On healing from chronic illness How Ash communicates with their grandmother in the Spirit realm On trusting your calling How Ash found their purpose and their path Why Ash was afraid to practice their gifts and connect with the Spirit world What happens when we die How we can continue to grow on the other side On being a channel and a vessel for the deceased   How Ash helps liberate folks from their grief and to connect with their loved ones in new ways On being here How stagnation manifests in the body On living in a vibration of love Helping spirits cross over On clearing energetic patterns left from traumatic deaths How Ash's guides protect them from unfriendly energies and spirits On navigating the other side Knowing your own energy How making offerings can supercharge your connection Honoring your ancestors in a way that feels good and authentic to you On creating personal energetic boundaries On bringing love back to the places where it has been forgotten How love is the basis of everything Ash shares a little about their upcoming workshop with the Collective On what it means to die On integrating the fear of loss And so much more! Secret Episodes! Get access to past secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret. Links: Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Learn more about Ash's offerings at www.sovereignspiritdeathcare.com Connect with Ash on Instagram @sovereignspiritdeathcare // https://www.instagram.com/sovereignspiritdeathcare/ Come join the Earth Speak Collective and take our workshop with Ash www.earthspeak.love/collective Get the secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret  References: Death Doula https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_midwife Psychedelic mushrooms https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psilocybin_mushroom Born Again Baptist https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Born_again Psychopomp https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychopomp Clairvoyance https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clairvoyance Claircognizance https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/claircognizance Open relationship https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_relationship Mediumship https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediumship Earth Speak Co-founder Shawna https://www.earthspeak.love/about-home Join the Collective to access Ash's workshop https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Book a 1:1 or Grief Tending session with Ash https://www.sovereignspiritdeathcare.com/about-1 Book a Private Reading with Ash https://www.sovereignspiritdeathcare.com/news  ► Leave us a written review on iTunes, and get shouted out on the show! Theme music is “It's Easier” by Scarlet Crow http://www.scarletcrow.org/ and “Meeting Again” by Emily Sprague  https://mlesprg.info/ ► Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Follow Earth Speak on Instagram and tag us when you share @earthspeak https://www.instagram.com/earthspeak

akorn - Mighty Old Tales Retold
The Prince and the Pauper - Chapters I and II - Mark Twain

akorn - Mighty Old Tales Retold

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 14:37


The Prince and the Pauper Chapters I and II - Mark Twain In the ancient city of London, on a certain autumn day in the second quarter of the sixteenth century, a boy was born to a poor family of the name of Canty, who did not want him.  On the same day another English child was born to a rich family of the name of Tudor, who did want him. All England wanted him too.  England had so longed for him, and hoped for him, and prayed God for him, that, now that he was really come, the people went nearly mad for joy.  

Reinvent You | Becoming who you were meant to be
Ep 60: Reinventing after a homicide with Jan Canty

Reinvent You | Becoming who you were meant to be

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 48:31


Jan Canty Ph.D. is a native Detroiter and a psychologist, writer, photographer, educator, consultant, and a cancer survivor. She holds a terminal degree in psychology as well as a post-doctoral fellowship from the Wayne State University School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine. She is a licensed psychologist and host of the Domino Effect of Murder Podcast On the podcast, we discussed how Jan lived a redacted life for 30 years after the homicide of her first husband. Jan shares her story and some very poignant moments with us that you don't want to miss. TIME STAMPS: 2:40-27:50 • How Jan navigated the murder of her husband • Reinventing when you don't have a choice • Working through her conflicted grief alone 27:50-48:20 • How the events impacted and made her the person she is today • The legacy Jan wants to leave through her work • Who Jan was inspired by recently A Life Divided: A Psychologist's Memoir About the Double Life and Murder of Her Husband - and Her Road to Recovery by Dr. Jan Canty (Author) Purchase on Amazon Jan's Podcast: Domino Effect of Murder Private Facebook Group for ‘Homicide Survivors and Thrivers' www.jancantyphd.com jancantyphd@gmail.com A special gift from Jan to the first 5 people who email me within the first hour at Traviastewardcoach@gmail.com will receive a free download of Jan's audiobook 'A Life Divided'. If you'd like to overcome your challenges and finally crush your goals and live the life you were meant to live, schedule a free coaching call with Travia here: https://traviasteward.com/contact/

Humpty & Canty
DCR Hour 2: Canty joins The Battle of Avatar

Humpty & Canty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 49:08


The Battle of Avatar has gained a new entrant in the form of Chris Canty. Plus, MLB pitchers are pushing back against the new foreign substance policy & Stump Rothenberg.

The Chess Underground
EP #27: James Canty III

The Chess Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 49:08


The June edition of "Chess Underground" continues our season 3 theme, “Streamers”, with a sit-down with James Canty III. James discusses his aspirations, hypothetical chess-boxing matchups, inspiration, and much more! Listen to the show and check out all of James' content below. YT: https://www.youtube.com/jamescantyiii Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/gmcanty Twitter: https://twitter.com/gmcanty

Humpty & Canty
DCR Hour 2: Islanders and Lightning all square, Can He/Canty

Humpty & Canty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 46:49


The Islanders saved their series against the Lightning in Game 4. Can the Isles take Game 5? Plus, a Monday edition of Can He/Canty which includes the Yankees, Mets, Nets & more.

Wilde & Tausch
11AM: Canty Land

Wilde & Tausch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 42:14


Tausch reacts to Homer's message for Aaron Rodgers on yesterday's show. And as Jason sneaks away to speak with Matt LaFleur on Zoom, Tausch and Jesse play Wilde & Tausch Trivia and engage in a spirited conversation based on comments from ESPN NFL Analyst Chris Canty on Get Up!

Humpty & Canty
DCR Hour 2: Islanders take Game 1

Humpty & Canty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 49:18


The Islanders edged the Lightning in Game 1 and Rick is recruiting fans to root for the Islanders. Plus, a troubling avatar alteration and Can He or Canty as well!

Humpty & Canty
DCR Best-Of: 6/14/21

Humpty & Canty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 69:11


Without Kyrie Irving and James Harden, do the Nets have a chance in this series? Plus, the Islanders take Game 1, the Yankees look lost, Chris Carlin calls in and Can He or Canty as well!

Greeny
Hour 1: Disappointing End For NY

Greeny

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 43:24


Host of DCR on 98.7 ESPN NY Chris Canty joins Greeny right off the bat to react to the Hawks eliminating the Knicks last night in Game 5. Canty says it’s a disappointing way to end the season, but there was no question that the Hawks were just a much better team. Plus, National Champion & ACCN Analyst Carlos Boozer joins the show to talk about how Coach K changed his players’ lives and how a lot of former Duke players consider Coach K a part of their families.

We Stan Together
Emotional Wrecks with Laura Canty-Samuel

We Stan Together

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 72:31


Laura Canty-Samuel (Sesame Street) joins the classroom to emotionally wreck us talking about Emotional Wreck Films. Viola Davis to Mandy Moore to Alfre Woodard to vague memories of movies on cable in the 90s, we hit every tearjerker known to humankind. Do they cry in this episode? Listen and find out!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Adversity to Inspiration: The JTD Coaches Me Podcast
Episode 18: Running from the Truth - JTD & Jan Canty

Adversity to Inspiration: The JTD Coaches Me Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 44:42


In this episode of Adversity to Inspiration: The JTD Coaches Me Podcast, Health, Mindset and Wellness Coach, Joann Tierney-Daniels has a conversation about murder, secrets, and running from, then confronting the past.  Joann's guest, Jan Canty, faced all 3 after confronting the murder of her husband over 30 years ago. After Jan Canty's spouse went missing, she discovered he had been leading a double life. Soon afterward, detectives told Jan her husband had been murdered and his body dismembered. Alan Canty, a respected psychologist, had been trolling the Cass Corridor in Detroit for prostitutes. Alan's obsession with prostitutes led him into a relationship with Dawn Spens, whose pimp boyfriend, John Fry, bludgeoned Canty to death. Thrown into a tawdry case and media frenzy, Jan left Michigan, changed her name, and started a new life. Now, more than 30 years later, she's beginning to speak about the case that forced her into hiding and changed life as she once knew it. Her debut book, A Life Divided, was written from the vantage point of thirty years reflection. It spawned her podcast "The Domino Effect of Murder" which invites other homicide survivors to share their own survival story with others.To learn more  about Joann Tierney-Daniels visit https://www.jtdcoachesme.com.  You can find additional information about Jan Canty on her website at https://jancantyphd.com/.

Humpty & Canty
DCR Hour 2: Nets win Game 1, Can He/Canty

Humpty & Canty

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 45:04


The Nets took Game 1 against the Celtics. Are the Nets the title favorites? Plus, more on the Knicks and a Monday edition of Can He/Canty as well!

Humpty & Canty
DCR Best-Of: 5/17/21

Humpty & Canty

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 55:34


The Knicks and the Hawks will square off in the playoffs. Do you expect the Knicks to win that series? Plus, Jay Williams and Tim Legler stop by to talk hoops & an edition of Can He or Canty as well!

Humpty & Canty
DCR Hour 2: Nets or the field?

Humpty & Canty

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 48:01


Are the Nets still the favorites to win the NBA title? Plus, Kevin Durant trolls the Knicks and an edition of Can He or Canty where a playoff wager is locked down between Dave and Chris Carlin.

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 3: The Biggest Star of NY

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 46:17


Chris Canty shares his Top 5 biggest sports stars in New York and The Michael Kay Show's Don La Greca explains why he's so sad about Canty's list. Plus, the guys address Kevin Durant's comments apologizing to Michael Rapaport and more.  

Golic and Wingo
Hour 3: The Biggest Star of NY

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 46:17


Chris Canty shares his Top 5 biggest sports stars in New York and The Michael Kay Show's Don La Greca explains why he’s so sad about Canty’s list. Plus, the guys address Kevin Durant’s comments apologizing to Michael Rapaport and more.  

Golic and Wingo
Hour 3: Jets Questions Still Looming

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 44:21


Bart, Hahn and Canty break down what the Jets could do with the No. 2 pick and if they should keep Sam Darnold at all. Also, ESPN NFL Nation reporter Rob Demosvky joins the show to discuss why the Packers haven’t extended Aaron Rodgers yet. Plus, they play "QB or Not QB."

Almost 30
Ep. 410 - Finding Your Zone of Genius with BossBabe Founders Natalie Ellis & Danielle Canty

Almost 30

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 83:01


What does it take to be a “Boss Babe?” We sat down with BossBabe founders Natalie Ellie and Danielle Canty, who have created one of the world’s largest online communities of ambitious women and female entrepreneurs. They’re pulling back the curtain and showing how strategic, thoughtful, and calculated they’ve had to be to build their business in just three years — and it’s no joke. We talk about the benefits of picking one social platform you love and going all-in on it, getting to know your audience on a deep level, and working together as co-founders and best friends. They’re the real deal, and they bring it all to this conversation. We also talk about: Cultivating a strong business partnership The Hoffman process and learnings from it Finding validation from within while also growing the business meaningfully Having a focused vision and goal Finding your zone of genius Takeaways from building a team Knowing whether you’re meant to be an entrepreneur The Boss Babes going through Saturn return Find more to love at http://almost30.com/ (almost30.com)! Resources: https://bossbabe.com/ (bossbabe.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bossbabe.inc/ (@bossbabe.inc) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamnatalie/ (@iamnatalie) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daniellecanty/ (@daniellecanty) Listen: https://bossbabe.com/podcast/ (bossbabe.com/podcast) Launch, Grow and Monetize your podcast with Podcast Pro: https://almost30.com/podcast-pro (almost30.com/podcast-pro) Sponsors: FX Chocolate | Go to https://fxchocolate.com/?utm_source=pr&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=launch (FXchocolate.com) and enter code "ALMOST30" for 20% off Noom | Sign up for your trial today at http://noom.com/ALMOST30 (noom.com/ALMOST30) BetterHelp | Visit http://betterhelp.com/almost30 (betterhelp.com/almost30) for 15% off your first month. As a BetterHelp affiliate, we may receive compensation from BetterHelp if you purchase products or services through the links provided. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Imperfect Foods | 20% off plus free shipping at https://www.imperfectfoods.com/ (imperfectfoods.com) with code ALMOST30 Almost 30 is edited by http://crate.media (Crate Media)