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Pay pigs and prayer warriors, we come to you with tragic news. Unfortunately, Kenny has perished in a tragic dressage horse related incident. However, due to their connection to the Kennedys, they will be back and stronger than ever due to the same cybernetics that they gave to Robert Kennedy. And rejoice! for the All-Mother of Big Soy Naturals, the legendary Joan Summer of Eating for Free has arrived to replace Kendall. This week, Ceres and Joan tackle the Protestant sexual politic of the incoming generations. Where every other two bit verified Twitter user has gotten it wrong, your they and she-devils are here to get it right. The duo talk about the trend of sexual puritanism and how it all ties back to FOSTA-SESTA, hyper-individualism, a commodity-based culture, and a rise in the belief that sexual relations should be used only to produce new labor. Stay on that sigma grindset! And by grindset we mean grinding your genitals together in public. PatreonTwitterWebsiteCeres' TwitterKendall's TwitterJoan's TwitterListen to Eating for Free!Works Cited and Further Reading:Glamdemon2004 InterviewCasual Sex is Out, Companionship is InHow the Catholic World is ChangingCompton's Cafeteria RiotFOSTA SESTA Threatens the Internet As We Know ItTrends in Frequency of Sexual Activity 18-44 through 2000-2018Negotiations by Herbert MarcuseI saw Goody Proctor at the Devil's Sacrament!
- How to get into a positive mindset even before you arrive on the date.- Dating can feel like an adventure, it doesn't always have to feel like you're on a treadmill!- Do you really need a dating coach? How can it help get you out of your rut?- What does Lisa mean by taking the “feminine lead”?- Why are you repeating patterns or stuck in the past when you feel ready to move forward in love?- Sometimes moving forward can also look like stopping to take a break and reassess.- How to encourage men to pursue you. Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With Lisa Email the podcast at: firstname.lastname@example.org Mentioned: Quotes:“You cannot move forward until you make sense of the past.” “Get into your heart, be vulnerable and embrace the feminine.”“Having a beautiful deep understanding of what men go through is going to open up your heart to men.”
In episode 15, I welcome my guest, Amy Fagan. Amy lives in Maine with her husband and their rescue dog Whitney. They also have two cats, Clarence and Storm, and six chickens. She works from home and has her own jam business called Amy's Garden Jam, which she makes and sell jams with local fruits for peak freshness. Amy also has a podcast, Grounded in Maine, about sustainability and homesteading. Learn more about Amy, her jam business and podcast at the links below.https://www.facebook.com/Grounded-in-Maine-Podcast-101968515779712/HTTPS://www.Instagram.com/Groundedinmaine podcast/http://www.amysgardenjam.comDuring our chat, Amy talks about the rescue organization, Susie's Senior Dogs. It is a rescue organization based in New York that focuses on rescue and adoption for senior dogs abandoned in animal shelters. You can learn more about this organization at the link below.https://susiesseniordogs.com/?fs=e&s=clConnect with Me:Thanks so much for joining us. As always, you can visit our website to join our email list and learn more about being a guest on a future episode.https://linktr.ee/allthingspetsdrjulieYou can also follow the podcast on Instagram! https://instagram.com/thestoryofmypetpodcastYou can follow me on Facebook and check out my Life Coaching page.https://www.facebook.com/jmartypearsonhttps://www.facebook.com/LifeCoachingWithDrJulieLoved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-story-of-my-pet/id1622099729Do you want to start your own podcast? Then look no further than Buzzsprout and get your podcast launched today!! You can start for FREE or with a paid subscription and get a $20 Amazon gift card! Affiliate link- https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1965805Other episodes you'll enjoy: From Snakes to Chickens, and Dogs in Between, a Life Full of Animal Adventureshttps://thestoryofmypetpodcast.buzzsprout.com/1983300/11260453The Importance of Fostering, Adoption and Volunteerism at Local Animal Sheltershttps://thestoryofmypetpodcast.buzzsprout.com/1983300/11186668
I have SUCH a special episode lined up for you today! We're joined by a founding member of the LBD Collective who shares her motivation for joining our sisterhood, what her "aha!" moments have been over the past 9 months of learning and growth we've spent together, and the #1 way the Collective is helping her shift her mindset as she surrounds herself with fellow growth-oriented women. Here's what Michele has to say about her LBD Collective experience:"I really look forward to our bi-monthly Zoom calls! The women in the group, along with you Kate, are all so amazing. It is easy to be myself amongst everyone, and the accountability of showing up for myself feels great! I'm prioritizing my personal growth and am working towards my big goals and dreams.""I love the companionship with like-minded, growth-oriented women. It's so refreshing. There's no complaining here, just support, encouragement, and cheering on to be our best selves."If you've been curious what it's like to be an LBD Collective Member, or you want to hop into self-paced learning with Kate via the Pursue Your Purpose Masterclass, then this episode was recorded just for you, friend! So pop in your earbuds, press play, and let's do this!READY TO LIVE BY DESIGN, AND NOT BY DEFAULT?
This is a personal evocative Feeling Journey that I wrote in name of Companionship and to mark the loss of a dear BirdFriend. I was blessed to be guided by the Holy Spirit through a young Ring- necked Dove
Hello to you listening in Muscat, Gulf of Oman!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Story Prompt Friday and your host, Diane Wyzga.We've seen the movies, we've read the books and maybe like me you wonder: what is it about the very best of them that draws us in? I have an answer: the more vulnerable and open the character, the more relatable the character is to us. It takes such courage to be vulnerable and open that we can't help but draw closer to the heat of the human flame, curious about its nature. Ironic, isn't it? Decades of training as cold, aloof, unapproachable leaders has rebounded such that leaders are now questing for like-minded souls who see the merit of vulnerability and openness in leadership. “What? You, too? I thought I was the only one.” [C.S. Lewis] Leaders might take a page from C.S. Lewis: “Friendship arises out of mere Companionship when two or more of the companions discover that they have in common some insight or interest or even taste which the others do not share and which, till that moment, each believed to be his own unique treasure (or burden). The typical expression of opening Friendship would be something like, "What? You too? I thought I was the only one." ... It is when two such persons discover one another, when, whether with immense difficulties and semi-articulate fumblings or with what would seem to us amazing and elliptical speed, they share their vision - it is then that Friendship is born. And instantly they stand together in an immense solitude.” [C.S. Lewis]Story Prompt: When has a leader's honest vulnerability encouraged your own? What happened next? Write that story!Practical Tip: The magic of stories is also in the sharing. If you wish share your story with someone or something. All that matters is you have a story.You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on LinkedIn. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
This week on Inspire Change, Gunter discusses lonliness and solitude and feelings of isolation. Get your copy of Gunter's eBook Making Good Men Great: Surfing the New Wave of Masculinity on Amazon Kindle, Nook or Apple Books:Amazon Kindle -https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BBM6H8J4/ref=sr_1_2?crid=2QU2SO5IH9VVW&keywords=Making+good+men+great+by+gunter+Swoboda&qid=1661320381&sprefix=making+good+men+great+by+gunter+swoboda%2Caps%2C190&sr=8-2Barnes & Noble Nook - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/making-good-men-great-gunter-swoboda/1128739097?ean=9780999266816Apple Books - https://books.apple.com/us/book/making-good-men-great/id6443308819To learn more about how you can become a Patron of Change in the Making Good Men Great Global movement and its for MEN and WOMEN, please watch the video from Gunter, then pick a membership level, visit our new page on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/inspirechange
What You'll Hear In This Episode:- How to create vulnerability in the context of trust and safety, without sharing every detail of your life.- Some specific examples of what you could share on a date that is vulnerable and will help a man feel closer to you while still leaving some room for subtlety.- Instead of interviewing your date, we learn to receive and reciprocate.- The art of playfulness takes away anxiety and brings a lighter mood to both you and your date.- Humor creates an instant connection.- Why insatiable curiosity is not only a turn on for men, but something they crave in their day to day life.- Date isn't asking a lot of questions? Don't discard him yet!- Two strangers can be genuinely curious about each other and have a magical evening and go their separate ways, so even if your date isn't your soulmate, you can still learn something and practice these techniques.- We remember how people make us feel, so make sure you are in the bell jar and present with who is in front of you.Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: email@example.com Mentioned:Healers on HealingAnatomy of an IllnessQuotes:"It requires a certain confidence to be playful." - Lisa"Laughter washes away anxiety." - Benjamin"There is something magical about the art of presence and being in the moment." - Lisa
Welcome to Day 2,001 of Wisdom-Trek, and thank you for joining me. This is Guthrie Chamberlain, Your Guide to Wisdom The Advantages Of Companionship – Daily Wisdom Welcome to Wisdom-Trek with Gramps. We are on Day 2001 of our Trek. We are transitioning in the structure of Wisdom-Trek to focus on the great wisdom books of the Bible. One habit I have practiced nearly every day for the past 45+ years of my adult life is to read the chapter in the book of Proverbs that corresponds to the day of the month. This single habit has been the catalyst for gaining wisdom and living a life with wisdom. Adopting this habit can do the same for your life. So, beginning October 1st, I will start publishing the reading of the chapter in Proverbs that corresponds to the day of the month. Before that, I am reading through the book of Ecclesiastes. King Solomon, who wrote both Ecclesiastics and Proverbs, was the wisest person to live. He wrote Ecclesiastes late in his life, after trying many other paths to wisdom, and then he was brought back to the realization that God's Wisdom is the only true wisdom. This realization is what drives me to seek out God's wisdom each day. Wisdom is the final frontier in gaining true knowledge. So we are on a daily trek to create a legacy of wisdom, to seek out discernment and insights, and to boldly grow where few have chosen to grow before. Today I will read Ecclesiastes 4, and I have titled this chapter: The Advantages Of Companionship Again, I observed all the oppression that takes place under the sun. I saw the tears of the oppressed, with no one to comfort them. The oppressors have great power, and their victims are helpless. 2 So I concluded that the dead are better off than the living. 3 But most fortunate of all are those who are not yet born. For they have not seen all the evil that is done under the sun. 4 Then I observed that most people are motivated to success because they envy their neighbors. But this, too, is meaningless—like chasing the wind. 5 “Fools fold their idle hands, leading them to ruin.” 6 And yet, “Better to have one handful with quietness than two handfuls with hard work and chasing the wind.” The Advantages of Companionship 7 I observed yet another example of something meaningless under the sun. 8 This is the case of a man who is all alone, without a child or a brother, yet who works hard to gain as much wealth as he can. But then he asks himself, “Who am I working for? Why am I giving up so much pleasure now?” It is all so meaningless and depressing. 9 Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed. 10 If one person falls, the other can reach out and help. But someone who falls alone is in real trouble. 11 Likewise, two people lying close together can keep each other warm. But how can one be warm alone? 12 A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. Three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken. The Futility of Political Power 13 It is better to be a poor but wise youth than an old and foolish king who refuses all advice. 14 Such a youth could rise from poverty and succeed. He might even become king, though he has been in prison. 15 But then everyone rushes to the side of yet another youth[https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Ecclesiastes%204&version=NLT#fen-NLT-17373a (a)] who replaces him. 16 Endless crowds stand around him,[https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Ecclesiastes%204&version=NLT#fen-NLT-17374b (b)] but then another generation grows up and rejects him, too. So it is all meaningless—like chasing the wind. As you ponder this chapter covering The Advantages of Companionship, please encourage your friends and family to join us and come along tomorrow for another day of ‘Wisdom-Trek, Creating a Legacy.' Thank you so much for allowing me to be your guide, mentor, and, most importantly, your friend
We all love our pets. It doesn't matter if it's a cat, a dog, a bunny rabbit, or a hedgehog. Your pet provides comfort and companionship. Many people would agree that pets have a positive impact on well-being, but that doesn't mean they can be classed as an actual "service animal." There are rules on that, and the provincial government updated them recently. John Abbott is the minister of Children, Seniors and Social Development, and the Minister Responsible for the Status of Persons with Disabilities.
What You'll Hear In This Episode:What does over-strategizing look like? How does it show up in ways you may not have thought about or noticed? Dating feels so stressful! How can I have fun and actually enjoy myself?How to make your texting more friendly and less urgent and needy. The less you strategize, the better you can weed out the avoidants and only put energy into those who match your interest and values. What does it feel like to a man when women over-strategize? Why is dating multiple people so important before deciding to go exclusive with a man? Yes, men can truly feel both authentic trust, safety, and friendship. AND they can feel when you are overthinking and trying to control/steer the ship. Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: firstname.lastname@example.orgMentioned:The RulesQuotes:“We create these stories just out of thin air, and you know, it's crazy making.” - Benjamin“I think a lot of women are looking for a picture to put into a picture frame, rather than seeing the person.” - Benjamin“One of the concerns that a guy has in dating is that they're going to be controlled, so their radar is up.” - Benjamin “It takes a lot of personal risk and a willingness to fully open yourself up to another person and to really surrender to the process.” - Lisa “What we found is that by combining our lives, we've actually gained greater autonomy and a greater sense of ourselves in doing so, because we're reflected back by the other person. By combining our lives, we've actually gained.” - Benjamin “Dating multiple people is so important because you begin to see who shows up.” - Benjamin“I stopped trying to get a guy to like me. I just wanted to feel good about myself and I showed up in those situations feeling proud that I had portrayed the best example of me.” - Lisa
Welcome back to Real Faith Conversations, and in this show we try to talk about life, culture, and faith in the most genuine way possible. In this episode, Ryan Morris sat down with Marrissa Pawlowski, a parishioner at Saint Peter for 6 years, who serves as a Eucharistic Minister weekly at the 5pm Saturday Mass or the 11am Sunday Mass. Listen as she talks about finding companionship in the church.
What You'll Hear In This Episode: Is your version of how your man “should be” holding you back from meeting a really great guy?Why you should broaden your view of what a successful, spiritual, and wealthy man looks like.Benjamin is Lisa's greatest teacher and the man who walks the talk the most of any man she's ever met, but she had to do the inner work on herself to fully be ready for someone like him to show up.How does the 12 week Emotionally Naked Dating Program help women come up with the five non-negotiables? Why does it matter to get clear on your Final Five?Your life will change when you treat dating as a spiritual journey, and you let go of your grip on what things should look like.Instead of having a checklist of things that you are looking for, see if you can go on dates and simply appreciate the man sitting in front of you.Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: email@example.comMentioned:Werner Erhard Quotes:“We are meaning making machines.” - Werner Erhard “I was really happy that I hadn't limited myself and that I got outside of my own box. I was willing to see success in a much broader sense and not have this very narrow view.” - Lisa“I just started to expand my view of what I thought success looked like, and I started to redefine that.” - Lisa“He is my greatest spiritual teacher. Of all the great teachers I've worked with, I've never met anyone who walks the talk the way Benjamin does. He lives a life of kindness, gratitude, generosity, passion and compassion.” - Lisa“There's a better way to date. There's a newer way, a way that comes from the heart from real love and compassion, where we can all appreciate one another.” - Lisa
Alone! is the title of Admiral William Byrd's autobiography. It's the story of his life as this celebrated explorer tells about his experience in a little hut in the Antarctic near the South Pole. Byrd tells how the isolation of seeing no other human being day after day began working on his mind and emotions as he spent the long winter alone, separated from friends and loved ones, even separated from friendly animals which might have offered some companionship or comfort. "Alone!" None would deny it, but a person does not have to spend a long arctic night in a little hut near the pole to know what it is to experience feelings of isolation and loneliness.
The Lord said, "Seek not to declare my word, but first seek to obtain my word, and then shall your tongue be loosed." Sean, Brian, and John discuss the principles of effective study as a way to light your spiritual fire, obtain knowledge, develop skills, and prepare to help your friends progress in the gospel. Episode Highlights: 1:00 First, seek to OBTAIN my word 8:30 The ability to teach with power will improve as we fall in love with the word of God 11:30 What can I do right now? 12:20 What are my doctrinal “gaps”? 14:28 Guides for study in each chapter of PMG 15:05 Use of a study Journal 16:30 What to study? 21:10 Two greatest resources 22:05 How to ignite the “flame of faith” to fight adversity 32:00 What does a missionary's morning study schedule look like? 35:30 Why daily planning before personal study? 41:42 Companionship study- practice and prepare 46:30 Prepare to teach simply for understanding 54:00 Concluding thoughts & suggestions.
Sacred Companions, Sacred Community: Reflections with Clare of Assisi by Megan Don is a practical and sacred journey into holy companionship. It speaks to the longing inside each of us as we traverse this earth in search of love. Bringing to light the long hidden teachings of Clare of Assisi, the companion, and oft-times, teacher of Francis of Assisi, this book reveals the wisdom of a woman and spiritual leader who followed the callings of her heart with courage and with love. Meditations throughout the book will allow you to enter your own journey of contemplation and companionship, as a single person, in relationship, or as a community. This book is a great companion in itself. It is timely, as we all seek the wisdom in bringing ourselves together as a greater community on this earth, learning how to live and love together in the name of the sacred. Originally Recorded in 2008. Hosted by Dr. Zohara Hieronimus. Produced by Hieronimus & Co. for 21st Century Radio®. Edited version provided to Nightlight Radio with permission.
"Being part of an ensemble taught me to look not just at my line but at all the music. The composer gives you so much information in the orchestra that you don't get from just the vocal line. That really informs your character. It allows me to be more fun and more creative if I can focus on being part of the whole at any given time."Bass Benjamin Sieverding of Minneapolis, MN has gained notice for his “resonant, expressive bass” (StarTribune). He most recently made his Metropolitan Opera debut as one of the Offstage Voices/Jury in Brett Dean's Hamlet. In 2022, he also made his Intermountain Opera Bozeman debut as Mr. Noble (Pish-Tush) in The Montana Mikado. In 2021, he made his Tulsa Opera debut as Betto in Gianni Schicchi and his Omaha Symphony debut performing excerpts from Mozart's Requiem and Handel's Messiah. In 2020, he was slated to return to Minnesota Opera to sing the roles of Bull and Neal in the world premiere of Edward Tulane, to make his Austin Opera debut as the Mandarin in Turandot, reprise the Dough's Mate in Companionship with Virginia Arts Festival, reprise Doctor Grenvil in La traviata with Out of the Box Opera, and return to Mill City Summer Opera as Sparafucile/Ceprano in Rigoletto. Mr. Sieverding has performed several roles with Minnesota Opera including Alfred Austrian in The Fix, Prison Warden George Benton in Dead Man Walking, Colline in La bohème, Frère Laurent in Roméo et Juliette, Sacristan in Tosca, and Sarastro in Die Zauberflöte. Other recent performances include appearances with South Dakota State Symphony, Madison Opera, Glacier Symphony, Pacific Symphony, Fort Worth Opera, Opera in the Heights, Opera South Dakota, Lakes Area Music Festival, and Madison Symphony Orchestra. In the upcoming season, Mr. Sieverding returns to Minnesota Opera, The Metropolitan Opera, and Madison Opera.To get in touch with Ben, you can visit his website: www.benjaminsieverding.com.Email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact our hosts.Podcast music from Podcast.coPhoto in episode artwork by Trace Hudson from Pexels
What You'll Hear In This Episode:How does an avoidant man's behavior shift from the beginning of dates to when things get a little more comfortable? What makes an avoidant man want to get in a relationship in the first place? Women rationalize this behavior more when he's “nice”.These nice avoidants seem to have every piece except for the consistent interest and commitment, keeping a woman sticking around and hoping he will change. In the Emotionally Naked Dating course, you'll hearn how to ask the right questions to move things forward for a future together, or if they're going to bolt. Movies and TV shows give us false ideals by showing super avoidant men magically changing their whole lifestyle if/when the right woman walks by. That isn't real.Just because things are better than your last relationship, doesn't mean it's the best option for you. Are you settling for less than what you deserve?How coaching can help you look for consistency, healthy progression of the relationship, and words and actions that match. When a man shuts down, it's important to remember it has nothing to do with you.Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: email@example.comMentioned:Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011, film)Quotes:“When you are a woman who has done some work, you can see ‘oh, this man is avoidant. Things have changed.' ” - Cassie “It's almost like they have one foot in– but they're not really in.” - Lisa“It takes work on the man's part, not just the right woman walking past.” - Lisa“One of the things we work on in the course is actually encouraging our women to ask questions and push things forward to see if this is just monogamous dating, or if there's really a future there.” - Lisa “The most important thing to look for is consistency and behavior over time, progression of the relationship, and that words and actions match.” - Lisa “When the man shuts down or to the extent that he shuts down, it's important to remember it has nothing to do with you.” - Lisa
What You'll Hear In This Episode:Okay, so where can you really meet people out in the real world? How can you and your other single friends help set each other up? What about your friends already in a relationship? Working from home? Lisa provides some ideas to get you out of your home office and into a great setting to meet men. Before you give up on online dating, Lisa talks about some simple yet powerful ways to tune up your profile. The top 10% of men in looks are getting 80% of the reponses - how can you use this to your advantage? Lisa talks about how not to let rejection hold you back or keep you down. Why just waiting and “leaning back” is not a winning strategy. Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: DWDpod@lisashield.comMentioned:Modern Love MeetUpEventbrite Match SilverSingles Quotes“Proximity and frequency are two of the big indicating factors of what causes a match.” “He's out there and searching for you right now.” “If I were single, I would be taking my pup to the park as often as possible.” “You will get way more dates online then offline.”
Karen Cole runs a hospice known as Lizzy's Animal Hospice, which focuses on rehoming elderly dogs. Discover how her journey started in this interview with Dr. Karen Becker. For more information go to Saving Those Most in Need of Love and Companionship (mercola.com)
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THE ENEMIES OF INTIMACYMarriage Rescue - Part 4Senior Pastor Keith StewartAugust 21, 2022You were made to crave intimacy. We all have an insatiable desire to be known and loved at the deepest level. At the same time, our understanding of love has been distorted by our upbringing, our culture, and our experiences in relationships. In this weekend's message, we're going to discover what love is all about - the very love God designed for our hearts to crave. Do you have the kind of love that can go the distance? This message is all about how to keep your marriage healthy, happy, and strong.SERIES: Marriage RescueIt's a hugely popular show on the Paramount Network and it's called Bar Rescue. Jon Taffer, who has more than 40 years of experience in the business, offers his no-nonsense straight talk to struggling bar owners to help save their business and put them back on the road to success. What if there was such a person who could help us with our real life and relationships? What if a little no-nonsense straight talk about what it takes to build a healthy relationship could actually save our marriage and gets us back on the road to success? In this new series, Pastor Keith will share out of his 40-year relationship with Brenda the keys to help a couple move from status quo to spectacular – pointing out the stumbling blocks and steppingstones in achieving healthy, mutually-satisfying relationships.DISCUSSION QUESTIONSMost of this message was an amplification of the three love foundations of marriage, looking at it first from an Old Testament perspective, then a New Testament perspective, followed by Sternberg's psychological findings that validate all three as essential qualities in healthy, happy relationships.1.) Take some time to discuss what you remember about each of the following qualities. What are their defining characteristics? Why are they so essential? What happens when they are absent? What area of loving needs more attention in your life, not just what you would like to experience more of but also where do you tend to be weaker in meeting that need in your mate?PASSION – Eros (Greek) and Dod (Hebrew)INTIMACY – Filia (Greek) and Raya (Hebrew)COMMITMENT - Agape (Greek) and Ahava (Hebrew)2.) Sternberg's research has found that when one aspect of love is neglected or absent, it leads to imbalanced, unfulfilling, and non-enduring loves. Discuss the following and if you have known examples of this.High passion + high intimacy = Romantic loveHigh passion + high commitment = Foolish loveHigh intimacy + high commitment = Companionship love3.) God loves us in all three ways. In fact, it's because of Him that we even have the capacity to love others in this way. What would you say to someone who says they struggle with really knowing, understanding, or experiencing the love of God? What practical ways would you suggest to them to have a greater experience of the love of God? How have you come to better know, understand and experience the love of God?https://www.springcreekchurch.org/#realspringcreekchurch #marriagerescue #relationalbaggage #relationships #anger #mad #intimacy #enemiesofintimacy
What You'll Hear In This Episode:How do you even know if you're settling? What does it look / feel like? Why do men settle, and how is it different from the reasons women settle? How settling sets us up for a feedback loop of losing self confidence and self-esteem.Why staying in a relationship hoping the other person will change is a dead end street! Benjamin and Lisa talk about a client who settled for more than 30 years and was finally able to see the light and leave. What does it mean to “marry beneath you” financially, physically, etc. Lisa opens up about using her financial stability to attract men and then resenting them for not making a living, and how she turned it around to learn how to raise her own self-esteem and ultimately, her own self-worth. Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: firstname.lastname@example.orgMentioned:Quotes:“They can tell that the person isn't really emotionally available, but they keep settling in the relationship. They keep staying anyway.” - Lisa “Often, people will stay in a relationship or a feeling hoping that the person will change, or they can change the other person. It seldom happens.” - Benjamin “We can feel when suddenly we've set aside our dreams and aspirations to just get through the day.” - Benjamin “When you're with the wrong person, you can't be with the right person, or you can't go out and find the right person, it takes a toll on our self esteem.” - Lisa
On this episode of The Power of Love Show we welcome special guest, Reid Peterson. Reid Peterson, MA is the creator of The Grief Refuge app. Reid achieved a Masters Degree in Transpersonal Psychology (Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, 2007) and is certified in Death & Grief Studies by the Center for Loss & Life Transition. After losing his biological father to suicide in 2006 and his stepfather to cancer in 2016, Reid felt a calling to help the grieving find peace and purpose after loss and thus came the Grief Refuge app. The Grief Refuge app is best described as: ‘A Compassionate Companion for Your Grief Journey'. The Grief Refuge app is your daily companion to help navigate the grief journey. It provides comfort and solace in a time of need. With 7 features, including daily audio musings and a tool to track your grief progress, it helps you cope with loss and feel supported throughout the journey. Benefits include: • Daily inspiration to help make choices focused on healing. • Soothing voice to help cope and feel comforted. • Beautiful messages filled with compassion and wisdom. • Complete validation for all grief related thoughts and feelings. • Companionship any time, any place. Learn more: • Website: GriefRefuge.com • Podcast: Grief Refuge (Available on all major streaming platforms including Spotify & Apple Podcasts) • Instagram: @GriefRefugeApp • App: Grief Refuge - https://www.griefrefuge.com/app AUGUST FUNDRAISER: DDJF + Grief Coach In memory of Dee Dee Jackson & in support of grieving teens Link to donate: https://ddjf.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTU2NDc4 Did you know that you can support DDJF while you shop on Amazon at no cost to you? Add DDJF as your selected charity via Amazon Smile: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/chpf/dashboard/ref=smi_nav_surl_mi_x_mkt Can't make the live-stream? You can always watch our syndicated interviews later on YouTube or Facebook! Prefer to listen as a podcast? Click here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-power-of-love-show/id1282931846 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-Nd1HTnbaI Like Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/884355188308946/ Join our Official Facebook Page full of supportive community members: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500933326745571/?ref=share_group_link Have you subscribed to our Podcast? Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/the-power-of-love-show/id1282931846 Spotify Podcasts : https://open.spotify.com/show/6X6zGAPmdReRrlLO0NW4n6?si=bhNl9GjJRxKXUvTdwZme6Q The Power of Love Show is a weekly show sponsored by The Dee Dee Jackson Foundation where we shine a light on loss and grief and how it impacts our lives. Our aim is to build a community where we share inspiring stories, interview experts, learn, grow and empower one another to find proper and healthy healing. Visit the DDJF official website: http://www.ddjf.org/ Join the Dee Dee Jackson Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500933326745571 Follow us on Instagram: @DeeDeeJacksonFoundation • https://instagram.com/deedeejacksonfoundation?utm_medium=copy_link --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepowerofloveshow/support
What does great love look like for you? Is it connection or autonomy? Is it having someone to come home to or having your own space? These are things that often get overlooked in the quest for romantic love. But for women over 40, these are some serious considerations.To help with those considerations, Suzette breaks down the difference between companionship vs partnership, the pros and cons, and why women need to be clear about which is the best fit for them in a relationship.Societal and family pressures are real and oftentimes it's hard to distinguish what you really want from what is expected. If you need some breathing space to consider your options and what would be best for you, schedule some time with me. I have helped women get the clarity they need to make the best decisions for them. You can reach me at:Email: email@example.comWebsite: suzettesolutions.com/contact-usCalendar: calendly.com/suzettevearnonFacebook/Instagram DM: @yourcoachsuzette I look forward to talking with you!
What You'll Hear In This Episode:How having a roadmap can help lead you to answer the age old question, “where are all the good men at?!”Most people are like teenagers when it comes to dating.Why being accomplished, attractive, and available isn't enough for finding love, based in respect and friendship. Lisa talks about how she gained the emotional maturity she needed in order to find the mature love she wanted.What is the cost of not having a roadmap to love? Why just learning information and watching YouTube videos on finding love isn't enough. When you have a roadmap, you aren't wasting your time going after men presenting red flags, or in relationships that are solely chemistry based.Finding the Guardian of Your Soul is going to feel very ordinary - and that's a good thing!Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: firstname.lastname@example.orgMentioned:Quotes:“Having a roadmap means having a step by step plan that puts all of the pieces of this puzzle together, the pieces you already have, and the pieces you have yet to learn. So you can stop wasting precious time and find true love now.” - Lisa “Finding the guardian of your soul, in some ways, is going to feel very ordinary.” - Lisa “Unless we learn other ways we'll just default back to the same things we did in junior high school.”- Benjamin“If you really know what to look for in a man, you can find many of them. But most people are not always valuing the right things, or looking for the right things.” - Lisa
Todd talks to his mother, Melanie, about how families form around defining members and moments. The Levine family was created around his brother, Jay, and moved forward with the compassion and conviction of Melanie. They reflect on how they purely embraced who Jay was and how they saw a future of companionship and community for him in s2. E6. N16. of the Otherness Podcast titled Faith without knowing. Autism Family Reflections from Mom.It took a while for Todd's mother, Melanie, to join him for a family conversation on the Otherness Podcast. When they recorded this episode, Todd was able to remember how she led the Levine family into the uncharted waters of being truly present with his brother, Jay. Companionship for Jay was the top priority for Melanie, and she shares the experiences and images that fueled her faith and hope. Todd's brother, Jay, has a steady job, his own apartment, and a caring girlfriend. Objectively, one could say that Jay is a success as a man, let alone one with autism. In this conversation between Todd and his mother, Melanie, these successes are not the focal point. The more meaningful creations were the relationships that were fueled by Jay's true desire to connect and set by Melanie's steady faith in his capacity for companionship with individuals and his community. Melanie shares an important family story of when she went to a local hardware store many years ago and met an employee there that reminded her of Jay. He wore a wedding ring and Melanie wondered who his wife was. She returned to the store a few days later and saw this man's wife and was moved by how similar they were to each other as well as to Jay. The image of that couple stayed with her during Jay's arduous yet fulfilling road towards being with someone who truly cared about him. Todd and Melanie also discuss how she went to the many school meetings to help Jay get the resources he needed being cooperative and non-adversarial, even if she was angry about what wasn't being done for him. Todd describes what it was like to be forged in autism as Jay's brother and how there was no real concept of abnormality in the relationship.The Otherness Podcast is exploring and engaging autism through experienced stories with Dr. Todd Peter Levine and is available on most places and sites where you like to listen to podcasts.S2. E6. N16. of the Otherness Podcast titled Faith without knowing. Autism Family Reflections from Mom.*******Opening Theme Song Music Credits“Otherness Podcast Intro Theme Song and Music” by Nicholas BurlingCopyright 2021 Late Leopard Publishing/Nick Burling (ASCAP)Administered by Late Leopard Publishing (ASCAP)*******Closing Theme Song Music Credits“Otherness Podcast Outro Theme Song and Music” by Nicholas BurlingCopyright 2021 Late Leopard Publishing (ASCAP)Administered by late Leopard Publishing (ASCAP)*******
What You'll Hear In This Episode:Why shame is one of the worst things a man can feel. Men want to be a woman's hero, and when it's mirrored back to them that it's not happening, they feel like total failures. Why shame for men and fear for women can be such big driving emotions. From breathing to posture, how does a man shut down when asked to process?How working with Lisa and Benjamin can help you get to more connection, compassion, and empathy in your relationship. Real life examples of couples that processed the right way, and they fell even more deeply in love. What stonewalling is and why it's so detrimental to your relationship. Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: email@example.comMentioned:Gottman Quotes“Understanding the problem is not a solution for the problem.” - Lisa“Emotionally naked can show you the right way to sit down and talk with the man you love in a way that will bring you closer together rather than further apart.” - Lisa “The opposite of love isn't necessarily hate. It's resentment, indifference, and it turns into stonewalling.” - Benjamin “The goal of processing is connection, compassion, seeing the other person's point of view, and fear and shame can get in the way.” - Benjamin
What You'll Hear In This Episode:Why are men on the market so quickly after losing a partner?What is toxic masculinity and is it showing up in my relationships and dating?What do I do if I think the guy I'm seeing is using me as a crutch/rebound?But won't he love me more if I'm there to help him deal with his trauma?Should I invest in a man straight off a divorce, going through a divorce, or someone who's newly widowed?How can our dating profile and photos help attract men who are truly available and ready for a deep, connected relationship?How do you keep your heart open and not allow heartbreak to sideline you?How did Lisa know Benjamin was a “hell yes!”???Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaMentioned:J Date Quotes:“You've got to enter a relationship consciously.” -Lisa“You have to start to learn how not to take things personally.” -Lisa
Most of us would rather not be alone at the end of life, which is why so many organisations, charities and faith groups are coming together to find a solution. There are a number of very effective community groups, relying primarily on volunteers, that offer a valuable service befriending and walking with people approaching the end of their lives. Our first guest on this 'Art of Dying Well' podcast is Patrick Dollard of Compassionate Neighbours - a community project that started at St Joseph's Hospice in Hackney, east London. We then engage in a little 'Death Chatter' with Razna Al Faradhi from Eden Care - an organisation that pairs befrienders with those nearing the end of life offering support with their personal, social and spiritual needs.Finally, the 'Voice from the Bedside Chair' comes from friend-of-the-show Dr Lynn Bassett. Lynn, from our end of life companionship project in partnership with the St Vincent de Paul Society, talks to us about an exciting one-day conference we're holding in-person and online at St Mary's University, Twickenham on Thursday, 22 September.
What You'll Hear In This Episode:Feeling chemistry is great, but that doesn't mean it's the foundation for a healthy relationship or partnership. Lisa and Benjamin both give examples of times they rushed into relationships and the lessons it taught them. If you are a woman of child bearing years that doesn't want to waste your time, finding a top notch coach like Lisa and Benjamin will literally change your life.Why do men tend to rush into relationships, and how is that different from why women jump in too quickly? How can you tell if he's emotionally available so you can stop wasting your time and precious energy?Going on a few dates is not comparable to navigating the ups and downs of life together. You may feel like you know each other, but you don't.When you rush things, you may jump too fast and too far before knowing just how much your person is willing to integrate you into their life. Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: firstname.lastname@example.orgMentioned:Marianne WilliamsonQuotes“We remind the women in our course again and again when they think they found the guy early on, we remind them that you really don't know that person yet.” - Benjamin“I don't care if every cell in your body is lit up every which way to Sunday, it doesn't matter. You can not trust your chemistry. You've got to slow it down.” - Lisa “The process is amazing. What women learn and who they become in a span of three short months is astounding.” - Lisa “It's one thing to have fun for a while and enjoy each other's company. But is this person willing to integrate you into his life?” - Lisa“I used to be a judge of character, and now, I realized I was just judging people. Now, I'm a really good read of someone's character.” - Lisa
As a single mom with three young children, is it okay for me to want another person around to help carry the load? I used to feel pretty self-sufficient, but the burden of doing it all by myself is getting heavier. I work full time, take online college courses, and I'm active in church. Do you have any advice for someone in my situation?
What You'll Hear In This Episode:Lisa talks about the difference in how she used to receive criticism, and the way she receives it today.How you can become more confident with your stronger qualities, and the things you struggle with as well.Nobody is perfect, and that should make you feel better about embracing who you are as an authentic, flawed, but beautiful human.Lisa talks about seeing the qualities from her father in herself, and the challenge to make an intentional effort to be her highest self, instead.Before you find the Guardian of Your Soul, you need to really grow up and be honest with yourself.Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: email@example.comMentioned:Yogananda Paramahansa"The Law of Success"Eckhart Tolle Quotes“There was so much I had to look at about myself and really take ownership for.” - Lisa“I'm an earthy person. And I really am grounded, you know, that's one of my qualities.” - Lisa“It forced me to really grow up, to be honest with myself in a way that I had never been honest before, to rip off band aids.” - Lisa
Hunter Farrell examines the impact of capitalism and colonization on congregational mission efforts and invites us to practice radical mutuality as we redefine the meaning of mission. Hunter Farrell serves as the director of the World Mission Initiative at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and is the author of Freeing Congregational Mission: A Practical Vision for Companionship, Cultural Humility, and Co-Development.
Tune in y'all! We are talking about moving into new spaces in life and rather than felling overwhelmed by the newness, focusing on what you hope to achieve or obtain. I am speaking personally about some of the things that I am creating space for, such as new professional opportunities, companionship, and new experiences....living more! Come join the conversation!
This week, Kevin and Niseema talk about ways to recognize and cultivate “Companionship” and “Belonging,” the two themes of the Loneliness Scale questions, (see button below.) Did your parents have companions or feel a sense of belonging in their community or social circle? If not, you may have a high tolerance for isolation and loneliness yourself. Birth order is also a factor: first-born children are often the parent/caregiver's companions while last-born children are often the loneliest, especially in a large family. Hoarding and addictions can be seen as "companions" too: though in reality, both are very isolating, cutting us off from the sense of belonging we crave. It is a paradox!In the second half of the show Kevin and Niseema go through four steps that can help EASE your loneliness: Extend your boundaries, have Action plan, Select an activity, and Expect the best. By practicing these four simple steps anyone can move from a sense of isolation and loneliness to a place of companionship and a feeling of belonging.-----------------------For more information or support contact hosts Kevin O'Donoghue LMHC or Niseema Dyan Diemer SEP at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 212-757-4488. You can sign up for our weekly newsletter at www.tffpp.org.These are challenging times and we hope this episode served to validate and ease your anxiety about what you may be experiencing. Please feel free to also suggest show ideas to the above email. Thank you for listening,Kevin and Niseemawww.tffpp.orghttps://www.kevinlmhc.comwww.niseema.comwww.thepositivemindcenter.comPRODUCTION CREDITSOpening Music : Another Country, Pure Shadowfax, ShadowfaxBreak Music:" Lonely Too Long." Performed by: The Young Rascals, Written By: Eddie Brigante, Felix Cavaliere, Source: Rhino Atlantic.End Music : TFFPP Theme - Giullian Goiello for The Foundation for Positive PsychologyThe Positive Mind is produced with the help of:Engineering: Geoff BradyProducer: Connie Shannon Website Design and End Music: Giullian GioelloMarketing and PR: Jen Maguire, Maguire PR, email@example.com
What You'll Hear In This Episode:What does a Dating Coach say when guys ask them what line of work they're in? How does Cassie's job differ now then when she was in charge of a classroom as a teacher? Men are so afraid of being rejected and… so are women!Why it's so important to stop making up stories about attractive people. They truly are just like everybody else. One response can either draw a man closer or push him away. What are the ways we shame a man that we may not even be conscious of? Cassie talks about her decision of going alcohol free in her dating and social life.How has Cassie's own confidence and poise grown in every aspect of her life since working with Lisa? Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: firstname.lastname@example.orgMentioned:Henry CavillQuotes“I just own it now.” - Cassie“I don't attach my self worth to whether or not the guy likes me.” - Cassie“If you want a phone call, express it. And I would say get on a phone call as quickly as possible to really avoid allowing a fake relationship to be created through just texting.” - Cassie “So we're all just going out frustrated, thinking that the apps are the only way to meet. And then that can be a nightmare in and of itself, without honest, vulnerable communication.” - Cassie“It didn't just happen overnight that I became this competent and comfortable with who I am, and confident and comfortable with being a non drinker.” - Cassie “I know how appreciative men will be when they know we make an effort.” - Cassie