3.24.23 Ben Standig, The Athletic, on the Commanders' sale process and how it'll be handled at NFL owner's meetings, and what the team should do with Chase Young. Dalen Cuff, ESPN, on the NCAA Tournament and best plays to make for Friday's Sweet 16 matchup. Kevin's Friday night Smell Test.
3.24.23 Dalen Cuff, ESPN, on the NCAA Tournament and best plays to make for Friday's Sweet 16 matchup.
The Oklahoma Breakdown with Ikard and Lehman
Gabe Ikard and Teddy Lehman bring you the latest news with OU football: Brent Venables' spring press conference and the biggest questions heading into spring practice for the Sooners (2:11). ESPN's Dalen Cuff joins to talk March Madness and preview and give his best bets for the Sweet 16 (45:00). Teddy and Gabe give their “Winners/Losers of the Week:” Cam Newton, Nick Saban, Nate Oats, Rick Pitino, OKC Thunder, USA Baseball & Shohei Ohtani (1:07:00). ·Use promo code ‘ted' for 10% off at https://opolisclothing.com/ ·Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OK_Breakdown?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor ·Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ok_breakdown/?hl=en Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ESPN's Dalen Cuff joins Nick and Ken to share his best bets for the Sweet 16 and beyond. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
This week on Off the Cuff with Danny LoPriore, I am sitting with my producer Sam Davidson and together we take questions that you, our audience, want me to answer. Listen as I answer questions on a variety of topics ranging from anxiety and panic attacks to relationships and suicidal thoughts. I talk about my own personal struggles with negative thinking and give relationship advice for couples who are in a similar predicament and seeking a clear way forward. I also talk about the very sensitive topic of suicidal thoughts and what actions to take in order to successfully negotiate with this delicate state of mind. This is one episode you don't want to miss. “I used to be so caught up in being negative that I could paint anything as negative. I became this real negative artist where I could construe and conjure things to be negative. But a lot of it is just taking accountability and telling yourself that you're not going to go that route today and you start with one day trying to be positive throughout the day” Danny – (09:03) “Bad things happen in the back of your mind. You always know that can happen. But when you're already in a negative mindset and bad things happen, it's just like a kind of a recipe for disaster.” Danny – (16:06) “You know, some people have to look out for the best. And then if people aren't willing to put in the effort and try and change for people that they say that they love, that doesn't sit well with me. You have to really put yourself in situations to be uncomfortable if you want a relationship to work.” Danny – (18:01) In This Episode: (01:40) – Danny talks about a recent panic attack. (06:35) – Why some minds only pick up on the negative stuff. (13:34) – Danny's advice to people struggling with mental health issues. (15:13) – Reflecting on his own journey through therapy. (21:28) – On doing standup through anxiety and panic. (24:37) – The difference between being nervous and being anxious. (27:23) – How to tackle early morning anxiety. (32:09) – How to stop overthinking every little thing. (36:01) – Talking about how to react emotionally. (38:35) – Danny's advice on how to deal with suicidal thoughts. Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
In this week's episode of Off the Cuff with Danny LoPriore, my guest is licensed psychotherapist Natalie Gutierrez. Join me as I sit down with Natalie to talk about the different types of PTSD, the art of meaning confrontation, how she works with trauma victims of all ethnic backgrounds, and how she came up with the idea and title for her new book, ‘The Pain We Carry: Healing from Complex PTSD for People of Color'. “It's not that we are the pain. We are carrying pain, but we are not the trauma that has happened to us. We carry it.” Natalie – (35:15) During my conversation with Natalie, we talk about some very heavy topics on which she reflects with immense detail and maturity. On one occasion Natalie reflects on internalized racism and how it pours into institutional racism that we see around us such as in schools. “I understand internalized racism to be the messages that we internalize about ourselves regarding race. So, I think it starts first with the messages that we hear systemically. The laws or the laws systems that just kind of create the ideology of race, the construct of race also for oppression, ideological oppression that then pours into institutional racism.” – Natalie (22:44) In this episode, I also reflected on how trauma can be both a good and bad thing based on my life experience in the psych ward in which Natalie informs the need to grow around the trauma rather than glorify it. “We don't want to glorify trauma and we can also grow around it. And to varying degrees for some people, it creates the, I don't want to say resilience because I know that word is tiring and old depending on what we do with it, it can inform how we grow from it.” Natalie – (52:46) In This Episode: (01:24) – Welcoming Natalie to Off the Cuff and discussing family origins. (03:25) – On what made her choose to help people with trauma and PTSD. (07:54) – On friends and parents asking her to psychoanalyze them. (10:54) – Reflecting on how more therapists today have gone through their own trauma in the past. (16:07) – Talking about therapy as more homework than being in the office. (19:18) – Taking accountability for your own actions. (22:44) – Talking about internalized racism and institutional racism. (26:46) – Elaborating on where generational trauma comes from. (33:22) – How Natalie came up with the title of her book. (36:22) – Natalie talks about the different forms of PTSD. (39:10) – Talking about complex trauma and emotional triggers. (42:16) – Explaining the art of confrontation. (44:17) – How social media affects how people think about themselves. (46:02) – Natalie answers whether she is happy so far today and asks Danny the same. (51:18) – Danny reflects on going to the psych ward and not the insane asylum. Our Guest Natalie Gutierrez is a licensed psychotherapist with a specialty in Trauma. She works with people who have suffered complex trauma, relational trauma, and sexual trauma. She is trained in EMDR and uses Internal Family System and an eclectic approach to healing. Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/ Natalie Gutierrez https://www.linkedin.com/in/nataliegutierrezlmft/ https://www.instagram.com/nataliegutierrezlmft/ https://traumacounselingnyc.com/ The Pain We Carry by Natalie Gutierrez https://www.amazon.com/Pain-We-Carry-Healing-Handbook/dp/1684039312
Dalen Cuff joins Nick & Ken to share his thoughts and analysis on the NCAA Tournament! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's the third anniversary of the CoVid lockdown and we're back on Zoom as Johnny almost heads to Cheltenham for his annual week of work. There's all kinds of zany on this weeks show as we ask if Shamrock Rovers lost the killer instinct and whether it's good for fans and players to talk. Johnny and Dan caught up with Rory Gaffney to talk Tolka, title races and… Tuam slang. Later, Sligo Rovers (or Rovers) manager John Russell dialled in to discuss recruitment, management stress and the inevitable Galway United related tangents. Our bumper Collar & Cuff mailbag deals with the usual diverse and eclectic mix of the sublime, the ridiculous, and whether St. Pat's are in crisis. All this Saint Patrick's week malarky is because of the continued and staunch support of Future Ticketing, Rascals Brewery and Collar and Cuff even if Johnny thinks its Easter already! So put away the creme eggs for now and tune into episode five. It's not like you've work in the morning!
-Cuff and Mo sit down with Terri Alford, the founder of TNA Financial Group, to discuss growth, faith, leadership and VISION. The Memphis native opens up about her background in education and how being the oldest of four kids helped to shape her as a leader and is serving her well in her professional life. Alford details how a chance encounter with Dr. Jake Taylor Jacobs got her started in the financial services industry and what things look like for her now as the leader of a fully staffed company. The episode closes out with her taking a look at where she sees things going for her business in the future and she gives the guys some very interesting answers as the who would be at her imaginary round table. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ryan-cuffee4/message
This week we explore the top cities for love across the United States PLUS we break down the lyrics to Beyonce's Cuff It. Weird sex is also pretty weird this week, a landlord gives an offer to tenants behind on rent that lands him in the slammer! Plus Diane has a great date idea for those who don't mind getting a little messy.Advice: email@example.comCocktales: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeird Sex: email@example.comLive Show Sponsorship: firstname.lastname@example.org**Birmingham Live Show Tix Are Now On SaleFollow Us!@cocktalespodcast@kikisaidso@coffeebeandeanCheck out our Sponsors:DipSea For listeners of the show, Dipsea is offering an extended 30 day free trial when you go to www.Dipseastories.com/cocktalesRocket Money Stop throwing your money away. Cancel unwanted subscriptions – and manage your expenses the easy way – by going to www.RocketMoney.com/COCKTALESBlue Chew Try BlueChew FREE when you use our promo code Cocktales at checkout--just pay $5 shipping. www.BlueChew.com promo code: Cocktales to receive your first month FREEFor all promo codes and links for promotions in the episode, follow this link:https://linktr.ee/cocktalesadsGet Your Merch & Order Your Card Gamewww.imcurioustoknow.comGet Klassy Bastewww.klassybaste.comTravel With Medinah!www.paradiseandvibe.comLive Show Tix (All Cities)www.linktr.ee/cocktalespodcastDirty Little Secrets Tour3/9: Orlando, FL @improvorlando 3/16: Miami, FL @miaimprov 3/24: Pontiac, MI @thecrofoot 4/8: Seattle, WA @thecrocodileseattle 4/15: Toronto, ON @theroyalto 5/11: Birmingham, AL @stardomecomedy5/20: Dallas, TX @thefactoryde Interested in sponsoring? Contact email@example.com today
This week on "Off the Cuff," Allie, Jill, and David discuss highlights from NASFAA's FAFSA Simplification Implementation Working Group and cover some important details concerning late disbursements and retroactive payments. Jill dives into a pair of recent NASFAA surveys that capture financial aid offices' preparedness for the impending rollout of FAFSA simplification changes, and also highlights a recent poll digging into the implications of a FAFSA housing question that will no longer be asked in 2024-25. David then follows up with discussion on late disbursements, and how they can impact institutions and student eligibility. Hugh catches members up on some initial topline numbers from President Joe Biden's budget request and updates listeners on a new lawsuit challenging the administration's freeze on federal student loan repayment and interest accrual.
Dalen Cuff joins Nick & Ken to share his best bets in College Hoops! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome Back to another episode of Off the Cuff and this is a very special one ya'll! What better way to kick off International Women's Day than with an amazing guest and amazing conversation? Tune in with That Girl Danie and guest, Kisha Pollard as they dive into emotional intelligence and mentorship! Kisha is a passionate leader, mentor, and author, and she's even offered her contact information to anyone who needs an ear or a little bit of guidance. Thank you all for tuning in, we appreciate the support. Wanna show some more love??!?!?!! FOLLOW on your favorite platform, SHARE the Podcast, RATE the episode, or Leave a REVIEW. It's free and any little bit helps! Check out our Instagram at Off_thecuffpodcast Big Love Ya'll
In an airport themed show, Johnny flies in from London to eventually find Dan and catch up with our old pal Sean Boyd, the Shelbourne striker, who jets to the UK this week to solve his injury problems although he explains that the ailment didn't prevent him from standing by his men in the Oriel tunnel on Monday. We get the lowdown on Shels life, cup regrets and the opponents that have impressed. Dan was in Dalymount to chat with Freddie Draper, the Englishman in Drogheda with good words and golf clubs in locker. Beyond that our mailbag discusses Saints woes, the ups and downs of the Rovers (both Sligo and Shamrock) and the inevitable pressure on JW to declare the title race over. Be sure to use Future Ticketing and Collar and Cuff for all your travelling needs and enjoy a Rascals Beer on board. So its final call for this turbulent flight, that inevitably will be late arriving.
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
In this week's episode of Off the Cuff with Danny LoPriore, my guest is content creator, mental health advocate and self-development enthusiast, Jesse Katches. Growing up, Jesse struggled with OCD and anxiety and panic attacks. I sat down with Jesse to talk about anxiety triggers, staying fit, relationships, and much more. It's all happening right here On the Cuff. “For me to call 911, it was very extreme. And so I ended up doing it. They talked to me on the phone. Right when the paramedics got there, I was completely fine. They checked me. They made sure but, at that moment, I was like something in my life needs to change right now because I can't go on living this way.” – Jesse (18:44) My conversation with Jesse is full of useful tips and tricks bundled with humor. Jesse talks about how to tackle anxiety triggers and offers the simplest solution ever: Address the reason the attack came up in the first place instead of avoiding it. “You're essentially training your body to say, I had a panic attack at the theatre. Now I am avoiding it. So that confirms that there is a real threat at that place. Instead of saying, wait I had a panic attack there but it's something deeper; it's something deeper routed, It comes from something else; that theatre is not the problem.” – Jesse (1:01:50) During the podcast, Jesse coins one of the best phrases to describe and counter anxiety; Anxiety is not a call to avoid. It's a call to action. “For me it's less about avoiding triggers, more about exploring why they have come up. I have started to view anxiety overall as a call to action in a sense. Because every time I felt anxiety and experienced a lot of it, it was when there are deeper rooted problems and traumas that I haven't addressed. So, if I'm feeling anxiety now there is something within me that I need to explore and that I need to grow in.” Jesse – (1:02:30) In This Episode: (06:20) On how much of himself is in the content he creates. (09:20) Growing up with health anxiety and OCD. (10:55) Reflecting on his relationship and the loss of his oldest brother. (15:40) – Danny talks about his first panic attack. (17:28) – The day he decided to make a change for the better (21:17) – Talking fitness goals, workout routines, and Peloton. (22:16) – Describing Kinesiology. (22:48) – Danny recalls his first ad deal. (32:17) – The tips and tricks of being successful. (35:40) – Talking therapy, therapists, and physical exercise. (38:30) – On being engaged and soon to be married. (41:25) – The two sides of Jesse Katches. (51:00) – Danny talks about his weight vows. (55:06) – Discussing conflict in relationships. (1:01:06) – How to avoid anxiety triggers. Our Guest Jesse Katches is a mental health advocate, content creator and self-development enthusiast. He suffered from OCD and anxiety growing up and now counsels' people through his website and online courses on how to recover and lead a fulfilling life. Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/ Jesse Katches https://www.linkedin.com/in/jesse-s-katches/ https://www.jessekatches.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/jessekatches https://www.instagram.com/jessekatches/ https://www.tiktok.com/@jessekatches
Cuff's Basement names its Best Picture of 2022. Later, Eric argues why the Oscars should have a "sexiest babe" category and the 10 he would nominate.
It's episode 3 and we may have peaked! Do NOT miss our interview with Derry City's, Mark Connolly. From his Gaelic Football roots to a heart wrenching story about returning home, Mark gives us an open and honest reflection on his career and life to date. After Zooming with Mark we invited the table topping Bohemian manager Declan Devine in to cast his eye over the opening weeks. He tells us about his Craig David week, the squad, his thoughts on Pat Fenlon, the Dalymount ambitions and where and when his fiftieth will be. We dig deep into the Collar & Cuff mailbag to explore your thoughts on dodgy boxes, empty seats, the wheels on the bus, and why we don't broadcast twice a week. All of this couldn't be done without Future Ticketing, Rascals Brewery and Collar and Cuff on hand to keep the electricity on. Its episode 3 and its a banger!
Dalen Cuff joins the show to talk everything CBB as we enter March, with teams to watch and more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
In this week's episode of Off the Cuff with Danny LoPriore, my guest is psychologist, relationship coach, and nationally known expert on narcissism, Dr. Jaime Zuckerman, also known as Dr. Z. She works with people nationwide, helping them understand the complexities of narcissistic relationships, providing tools and customized behavior plans to help people make healthy choices. As you may have guessed from the bio, today's topic is narcissism. “Because of how a narcissist operates, it is very rare they are going to go into therapy. It's just not going to happen. Unless it's court mandated or it's a custody dispute, or substance abuse. They are rarely going to go into therapy. And if they do go into therapy, it's usually with somebody else like their partner, and they manipulate the sessions. It's very rare that you find a narcissist who stays in therapy and does the work. It is a personality disorder.” Dr. Zuckerman (03:33) Dr. Z and I have a thorough conversation about this mental condition, how narcissistic people think, react, and behave and why many people self-diagnose or misdiagnose themselves or another as being a narcissist. The topic is a sensitive one yet to add levity, the conversation at times, takes on a humorous tone, but the topic of discussion remains unchanged as we delve further into how narcissistic people view the world and perceive their surroundings. “You are an object to them. You don't have a separate mind, values, opinions. You're an object and you're in the way. Narcissists look at people as objects and they have a distinct purpose and once that purpose is done, you're done.” Dr. Zuckerman – (30:55) A big part of our discussion talks about relationships. So many people find themselves in narcissistic relationships and they are uncertain as to how to move forward especially with kids involved. They even start to doubt their own judgements and decisions, something that Dr. Z talks about at length in today's episode. “A deliberate attempt to make the other person crazy. It's an attempt to make the other person not only doubt their own thinking, but they start to not trust their own judgment, they start to not trust other people's judgment. They only trust the narcissistic partner's judgment. So, their reality is shaped and formed literally by the narcissistic telling them what is true and what isn't true.” Dr. Zuckerman – (33:41) In This Episode: (01:34) Talking about different medical courses doctors take. (02:55) Do narcissists know they are a narcissist? (03:32) Is narcissism a mental illness issue? (04:59) What type of therapy works for narcissism? (07:10) Are people born narcissists? (10:40) Is there a narcissist gene? (15:40) The dilemma of self-diagnosis. (20:00) Discussing medications and their side effects. (27:50) Do narcissists struggle with anxiety and panic? (28:30) The difference between sociopaths and narcissists. (32:12) Is gaslighting a symptom? (38:05) The age when narcissism can be diagnosed. (41:31) Getting out of a narcissistic relationship. (51:47) Talking John Fetterman and general politics. (56:10) Talking about having and raising kids. (57:21) On whether Dr. Z had an imaginary friend. Our Guest Dr. Jaime Zuckerman is a nationally known expert on narcissism. She is a narcissistic abuse relationship coach and licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Z works with people nationwide, helping them to understand the complexities of narcissistic relationships, providing tools to navigate these dynamics and offering customized behavior plans to help her clients make healthy choices and get to where they want to be. Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/ Dr. Jaime Zuckerman https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-jaime-zuckerman-dr-z-7022126/ https://www.facebook.com/DrJaimeSpinellZuckerman/ https://www.instagram.com/dr.z_psychologist/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtp5Rvzjo-x-RM_FgRaYuaQ https://firstname.lastname@example.org_psychologist https://www.drjaimezuckerman.com/
-Cuff and Mo sit down with one of their business partners, Mesiah Valentine, for a fun filled conversation about hard work, dedication and navigating life's ups and downs. The Arlington native opens up about how a traumatic event in his young adulthood shaped his entrepreneurial mindset and helped to set him on the path that he's currently on as a realtor and investor. The father of four talks about how he and Cuff got reconnected and how important it is to be surrounded by like-minded people when it comes to trying to get something accomplished. The episode closes out with Valentine giving out some advice for our listeners when it comes what they should look for in a realtor and some very interesting and introspective answers as to who would be sitting at his imaginary round table. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ryan-cuffee4/message
With a body of work as impressive as it is diverse, our guest this week is a consummate world builder whose unique approach to concept development marries a commitment to community with acute systems thinking. That's right: this week, Cecilia Cuff pops by to tell us all about her international hospitality journey, from bringing trays of food to the neighborhood trash collectors as a child, to launching an airline in Taos, to what's new at Bronzeville Winery. Plus: Tim tells us a cautionary tale about the first time he visited New Orleans.
Cuff It (Flava's Afro Beats Mix) by DJ FLAVA
Urology Coding and Reimbursement Podcast
February 24, 2023Mark, Ray, and Scott discuss questions that came into the PRS Community. I listened to the most recent podcast episode regarding the updated PCNL codes and I'm still confused on why we can't bill 50436 or 50437 with 50080/50081? Dilation was deleted from the code description and I attended an AUA webinar in Dec 2022 that said the dilation could be reported separately. What's changed?Good morning, Does 50548 include laparoscopic bladder cuff, or would the bladder cuff be separately billable with 51999? Bladder cuff is not mentioned in the code descriptor.It was discussed at New Orleans seminar that retrograde pyelogram (74420) was not appropriate to report with stent exchanges/ureteroscopic procedures (as it is considered included as part of the guidance for these procedures). Is this direction based on CPT guidance or is there another reference? Join The Urology Coding Compliance and Education Network and get started today!Pricing and More Information The Thriving Urology Practice Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/ThrivingPractice Join the discussion:Urology Coding and Reimbursement Group - Join for free and ask your questions, and share your wisdom.Click Here to Start Your Free Trial of AUACodingToday.com
This week on "Off the Cuff," Justin, Jill, and David discuss updated guidance from the Department of Education (ED) about third party servicers. Jill dives into the guidance, including what concerns institutions should have and what it means to be classified as a third party servicer. She also debriefs the listening sessions ED plans to hold in March on incentive compensation. Additionally, David discusses issues that arise when a student is enrolled in multiple programs at the same institution. Maria then shares some recent higher education news, including a new report of institutional endowments and upcoming protests as the Supreme Court prepares to hear oral arguments of President Joe Biden's student loan debt relief program next Tuesday.
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
In this episode of Off the Cuff with Danny LoPriore, the guest is none other than yours truly, in the flesh. Join me as I take a moment to talk about my mental health and thank all of you, my fans, followers, friends, supporters, who have made such a positive impact on my life. “I have been more active. And by active I mean not as much as exercising. Yes, I have been doing that. Eating healthier. I have been eating healthier for my wedding that's coming up. So, I am trying to do that. But the thing is being creatively active and what I mean by that is that I have been in this kind of whirlwind of creating.” Danny (02:02) I have discovered that one of the best strategies to tackle anxiety and panic attacks is to simply keep yourself busy and your mind occupied. For me, constantly creating something unique that can benefit others has helped me tremendously over the years and I believe it can help others as well who are suffering from these conditions. “My creative juices flowing has kept me from thinking about my anxiety and panic, if that makes any sense. It's kind of gotten me into a point where I almost can't worry about it as much as I used to. I think one of the biggest contributors to anxiety and panic is having a stagnant mind.” Danny (02:45) You will see a very personal side of me in this episode. I talk a lot about my private life and touch on a variety of topics. This includes my struggles with unhealthy eating, my blood test results, getting married in a few months, creating new content and much more. I conclude the episode with a message of hope and positivity. “Take those small moments, even if they are short, and champion those moments. Don't champion the bad moments. Champion the moments that are good. Keep those at the forefront of your mind. Keep those at the forefront of your spirituality. Keep those at the forefront of your regiment. Keep these things close to you. Because those small victories, they add up.” Danny – (20:23) In This Episode: (01:33) Danny gives an update about his mental health. (02:17) Being creatively active and discovering purpose in life. (04:25) Going to therapy and trying a new therapist. (06:57) Thanking the listeners and the stigma of mental health. (09:03) On getting married and being nervous. (10:01) Discussing getting old and doing old people stuff. (12:00) On taking charge, being responsible and being at crossroads. (13:55) Food that triggers me and ruins my progress. (16:06) Talking about blood tests, self-doubt, and my emotional bond with food. (18:00) Thanking the fans and supporters and talking about the show. Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/
Dalen Cuff joins Nick & Ken to share his thoughts on all things college basketball, as the conference tourneys and March Madness approach. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join Me, That Girl Danie in the newest episode of Off the Cuff. This one is truly a heartfelt conversation. Mercedes Webb, known on Instagram as shares a little about herself and I learned she is a jack of all trades or she calls it, a “multi-faceted” person. Needless to say, she is one strong and amazing woman and I it was my pleasure to dive into this episode with her. It was a great time catching up, but I really enjoyed the experience and taking the time to understand who she is today. Tune in to this episode and learn a little more about Miss Webb! Check the link in our bio to get to the episode. You can catch it on Spotify or iTunes Podcasts As always, Thank you for listening and for your support! Wanna show some more love, SHARE the Podcast, RATE the Episode, or Leave a REVIEW. It's free and any little bit counts! While you're at it, go check out some of Mercedes' work at @webb_nouvelle as well as on @ultimateweddingexperience BIG LOVE YA'LL
Where do you start with the Week 1 review? We had Hulk Hogan style walkouts in Wexford, Norma Foley and Niall Quinn seeking out VIP paparazzi in Kerry, Athlone's new Bayside High class and the morals of LOI Season Pass on your dodgybox. After the new improved silk lined, hand stitched Collar & Cuff mailbag David McMillan and Ollie Cahill stopped by. McMillan, the European award winning goalscorer, who for so long has been the architect at Dundalk exclusively announces that he's retiring from the game to be an, erm, architect! He casts his eye over his career and his architects eye over Oriel! Ollie weighs in on LOI marketing, his campaign for an LOI Red Zone, and almost gives us an answer on the GOAT question Shels or Dundalk. It's a high octane, Future Ticketing powered deep dive into the excitement around the games being back and Rascals Brewery are showing our lucky quiz winner around their class brewery and a few tasters as well. Put down that Nutella, its Pancake Day LOI Central, and it's as tasty as a cold Rascals brew.
SO many great things to celebrate in the month of February. Here is a mix to go with the moments, including a special set to commemorate the Queen B herself, Beyoncé. Let's Go!!! | 2 | Candy | Cameo | 3 | Lovelace | O'Bryan | 4 | I Didn't Mean To Turn You On | Cherrelle | 5 | A Love Bizarre | eila E | 6 | What have you done for me lately Janet Jackson | Janet Jackson | 7 | I wanna be your lover, Prince | Prince | 8 | Paradise change | Change | 9 | Circles | Atlantic Star | 10 | You Know How To Love Me | Phyllis Hyman | 11 | You Got Me Groovin | Late Nite Tuff Guy | 12 | Don't Let It Go To Your Head | Jean Carne | 13 | You Used To Hold Me | Reel People | 14 | The Cure & The Cause | Fish Go Deep | 15 | Beautiful People | Barbara Tucker | 16 | Lowdown | Boz Scaggs | 17 | Break My Soul | Beyoncé | 18 | Cuff it | Beyoncé | 19 | Me, Myself and I | Beyoncé For More Info: https://linktr.ee/toolcrateradio
Welcome back to another episode of Decoding 40! The podcast is now picking up streams in the Philippines. Thanks to everyone in Manila and Davao City who is taking the time to listen to the show and share in the love.In this week's Uber chronicles, Vin picks up Jared from Philly while playing some Rakim, and has a dope conversation about all that was sacred during the Golden Age of Hip Hop. Leon and the crew discuss Beyonce and the extremely high ticket prices which have completely priced them out of even thinking about going to a concert they had no intention of going to. Rick still doesn't have his car back and the manager for the adjuster who is missing in action has picked up the ball and has the check sent to the body shop. Will this be the end of the saga? Tune in to find out.Later, we talk about a bill that a democratic Massachusetts representative Carlos Gonzales proposed that would allow prisoners to donate an organ for a reduction in sentence. Is this reasonable legislation for inmates seeking to reduce their prison time or is a kidney, liver, or heart too steep a price to pay?You'll hear all of this and so much more on this episode of Decoding 40.Want to vent? Text or call us at (619) 940-4040.Want to be the Whiskey Warrior of the Week? Send us an email at Decoding40@gmail.com. Want to support the show? Send donations to CashApp at $Decoding40Want to follow us? Find us @decoding40 on all social media platforms.Want to partner with us? Send a message to email@example.com or slide in our DMsWant some merch? Go to decoding40pod.comWant to submit an OpEd for our newsletter NEET? Go to https://bit.ly/Decoding40NEET
This week on a special episode of “Off the Cuff,” Justin is joined by Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-N.C.), chairwoman of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, for a conversation that focuses on the policymaking landscape for higher education. The discussion dives into a number of topics including short-term Pell Grant legislation, implementation of FAFSA simplification, oversight on the administration's higher education policies, and the committee's higher education agenda for the upcoming session. Justin also spoke with Dr. Foxx about her personal background and experience in higher education and learned more about her daily life as a member of Congress.
It's the 7 year itch! We scratch the surface of the upcoming season in episode 1 - 'The Return of the Pod' . After Johnny's winter in the lingerie section of Brown Thomas and Dan's Qatari World Cup adventure, not much has changed on Planet Pod. Johnny still has high hopes for Galway, Dan still reckons this is the biggest season ever, and 90's goth-pop and R&B makes the inevitable return. But to help the dynamic duo get back down to the reality of what's coming up we've asked Mark Rossiter and John Martin to help with an analysis of the comings and goings over the last few months to help predict how this season of all seasons will pan out. We swipe right on transfer tinder and the saga of Dundalk's multiple logins, we ask "Can Derry take Rovers?", we look at the return of 'older' managers to challenge Johnny's favourite law firm, and there's the Mono Stand, cash wages, a bumper bumper mailbag and an almost-epic Collar & Cuff competition. As usual by the end of the hour in studio there still isn't a concrete answer and nothing is indeed delivered. We'd bring you the truth but we reckon you couldn't handle it so you'll have to make do with the rest. It's a Future Ticketing, Collar & Cuff sponsored, rascal of an opening night and other than Galway winning the First Division you'll have to make up your own mind.
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
In this episode of Off the Cuff with Danny LoPriore, I sit down with licensed therapist and clinical social worker, Haley Ostrow. She specializes in working with people of all ages that are suffering from anxiety, overthinking, and panic attacks. Having suffered from anxiety herself, Haley talks about dealing with anxiety growing up and how she ventured into the field of therapy. “I didn't really know that I wanted to be a therapist. I think I just knew that I wanted to help people in some way. Growing up, I considered myself being a good listener. I was a good listener to my friends. They would come to me. They would talk to me about the things that were going on and they would tell me that I was a good listener and that I helped them figure stuff out.” – Haley (04:34) During the conversation, Haley offers useful insights that people can use in their daily lives to successfully tackle anxiety and panic attacks on the go. No doubt, the first and best course of action according to her is to seek help and see a therapist immediately. But Haley provides some very useful tips on how one can temporarily rectify the situation when they are otherwise occupied such as at work. “People get anxiety at work or maybe they even have panic attacks at work. That can definitely happen. It's just overwhelming. You are trying to get through the day. So, I think being able to take a break when you can is super important. If you need to go to the bathroom and just have a breather, do that. If you can physically walk outside your office for a minute, do that.” – Haley (12:21) We are lucky to be living in a time where people are more open minded and informed to make better decisions and seek solutions to their problems; something that was not present for Haley. That's why her advice to anyone suffering from anxiety is to seek help immediately and take charge of your life. “I wish I had gone to therapy when I was younger. I wish it was suggested to me when I was younger. But back then nobody really talked about it. So, I don't think they were against it. I just don't think they knew about therapy. I think the older generation, they just didn't really go to therapy. That wasn't a thing so when they had kids, they were like what is that we don't do that. It is very stigmatized. You don't talk about it.” Haley (27:50) In This Episode: (01:58) Haley talks about dealing with anxiety growing up. (03:33) On thinking about death despite having no health issues. (06:27) How do you become a licensed therapist? (09:00) Talking about the challenges Haley faced as a woman struggling with anxiety. (12:20) How people can deal with work anxiety while at work. (13:38) On practical tips and strategies to possibly combat anxiety and panic attacks. (16:30) Haley on how she deals with anxiety now. (18:18) Haley recommends a couple of good books to read. (20:48) On whether her husband feels he is being psycho-analyzed. (21:52) On Haley's friends wanting to get free sessions. (22:47) On psycho-analyzing the public and people in her surroundings. (25:22) Seeing a therapist that only sees therapists. (28:38) Talking about entire families seeking therapy. (30:52) Haley talks about being kicked out of a house where she went to conduct therapy. (32:57) Is anxiety treatable? (35:02) Danny and Haley talk about OCD and treatment. (38:16) Haley gives advice to people suffering from anxiety. (41:38) Haley talking about her private practice, Inner Growth Counseling. (42:30) Danny asks Haley whether she is happy today. Our Guest Haley Ostrow is a licensed clinical social worker in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She has years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings including in-home family-based services, a residential treatment program, school-based therapeutic services, and outpatient therapy. As someone who herself suffered from anxiety at a point in her life, she understands the challenges teens and adults face on the road to recovery and guides them every step of the way to put them on the path of healing. Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/ Haley Ostrow https://www.linkedin.com/in/haley-ostrow-lcsw-566a96a1/ https://www.tiktok.com/@youranxioustherapist?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/your.anxious.therapist/ https://www.innergrowthcounseling.com/
Kat is back ya'll and the girls caught up on all the things. Off the Cuff turned one (how'd we miss that) and the Black History Month conversations continue. A little more on the lighter side of things but still a good conversation. Tune in and find out what's going on. Don't forget to follow our Instagram page
Cuff and Mo open up the lab to the head of Crown Yourself Enterprises, Kimberly Spencer. The native of Los Angeles opens up about her background and the work she's put in as an individual to grow as a person and entrepreneur. Spencer dives into her perspective on what it means to have a growth mindset and how she uses aspects of personal development in her work on a daily basis. Spencer also gives the guys a run down on everything she offers under the umbrella of Crown Yourself Enterprises and some very interesting answers as to whom she would have at her imagined round table. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ryan-cuffee4/message
Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
The ladies are doing the most to get Beyonce tickets and they need help from Pastor Motown. The Praise Dancers are also fighting hard to see Beyonce as well but need assistance.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on "Off the Cuff," Justin is joined by NASFAA's 2022-23 National Chair Brad Barnett, FAAC®, associate vice president for access and enrollment management/director of financial aid and scholarships at James Madison University, to kick off our new Voices From the Aid Office series. The discussion focuses on Brad's professional and personal background and provides a glimpse into the ways in which his experiences have shaped his commitment to helping students pursue their postsecondary goals. In upcoming episodes, we'd like to talk to our members about issues that touch on all facets of our lived experiences and highlight equity in financial aid, impacts of staffing shortages, personal experiences with financial aid as a student, and more. Interested in joining us on a future episode? Be sure to fill out our interest form located in the resources section.
Dalen Cuff joins Nick & Ken in his YBYB debut to discuss the quickly-approaching NCAA Tournament, and all things CBB! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The BarnBurner Podcast Network
Just an awesome episode for you theater goers. Today we're joined by ESPN college basketball host & analyst, Dalen Cuff. Such a bright, energetic, thoughtful guy that was kind enough to share some incredible stories with us. He talks about his journey through the media ranks and how he got his start after playing at Columbia. He shares a remarkable story about covering the Olympics in Rio and also going toe to toe with Brandon Roy & Nate Robinson. We also touch on some Ivy League hot topics and finish it up with some quick hitters. We fill the rest of the episode talking about Memphis, the MVC & the absolute worst ending I saw in quite some time between Portland & Pepperdine. Just terrible. Big thanks again to Dalen Cuff for joining us! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mac and Bone close out a Monday show by trying to figure out how certain players in this Panther defense will fit Ejiro Evero's scheme, talking with Dalen Cuff about the triangle area teams on the hardwood and wrapping up the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys welcome in Dalen Cuff, college basketball analyst for ESPN, to talk about Duke's win over the rival Tar Heels in Durham, why the Tar Heels stopped going inside and if NC State has a case to be the best team in the state right now.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ryan sees his shadow which means there will be at least 6 more weeks of Cuff's Basement.
In this episode of The Basics, I talk about the tray slot, cuff slot, bean hole, whatever you call it, it is undoubtedly one of the most dangerous areas of your locked unit. How you approach and handle your interactions at the tray slot could be the difference between injury and going home safe.Come listen as we talk about Correctional Basics every rookie should know, and every veteran officer should already be doing...who knows...everyone needs a refresher sometimes.The Prison Officer Podcast Job Guide: Information and Guidance to Start Your Career in CorrectionsPepperBall From crowd control to cell extractions, the PepperBall system is the safe, non-lethal option.Support the showContact us: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThePrisonOfficerTake care of each other and Be Safe behind those walls and fences!
When you follow all the rules and still end up on the beaten path...What does freedom look like in your everyday? (Unedited because life) thank you always for listening HAPPY BLACK HISTORY/FUTURE MONTH!
My initials thoughts on Beyoncé's latest music drop! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withlove/support
Ryan sees his shadow which means there will be at least 6 more weeks of Cuff's Basement.
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
On today's episode of Off the Cuff with Danny LoPriore, actress, writer, and stand-up comic Chase O'Donnell joins me to discuss the juxtaposition of having anxiety and working in the entertainment industry. Furthermore, we look at the changes comedy has undergone from the ‘90s to the present. “I feel like, with where comedy is going now, we're all like super neurotic, you know? And I think we're just a little more expressive about it now. Like you kind of have to cater to the evolution of our audience. Yeah, it's true in the nineties. Like it was all very much like observational comedy, and that's been done. And now it's like going into your feelings and “what's real” comedy.” (8:17) We chat about how death can be a dark but beneficial motivator, the importance of staying true to yourself, how appeasing your inner child can still be authentic to who you are today and the pros and cons of flexing your comedic chops in the open mic circuit. “That's very insightful. And honestly, just hearing this makes me feel better about that questioning I do have of like, “am I just doing this because younger me wants it? And is it really what I want?” But if younger me did want it, that's when we are the most authentic and true to ourselves.” (16:18) We also chat about topics such as handling imposter syndrome as a performer, how guilt is “an illusion,” and the power of saying “no.” Chase then provides me with key insights into the struggles of women in modern dating, her personal struggles dating as a female comic, her experience with stigmas surrounding female comics, and what she looks for in a potential partner. “So now that I'm aware, I've been having to be selfish for the first time. And if someone asks me something, I have to; it's like a four-step process. I have to go, “why am I scared to say no? What am I scared of?” And then usually it's like, “I'm scared they're not going to like me. I'm scared. I'm not going to be the teacher's pet anymore.” Like whatever it is, it's so silly. And then I write out like, what's the action that I need to do for me, not for them. For me, it's that I need to say no and I need to take a day at home. And then I have to do the action. So when I go through these, like, I'm really having to break it down because I'm so ingrained to be a people pleaser and just say yes. And I have like an instant reaction, and my body gets like, okay, I have to do it. And I have to slow down and be selfish and tell myself what it is that I need for the first time I'm doing this. [You have to] It is a game changer to be selfish.” (31:02) In This Episode: (2:51) “High School Musical” slaps (6:00) Getting anxious at the most random times (8:17) Comedy in the'90s vs. comedy today (9:26) Being motivated by death (14:23) Staying true to yourself vs. appeasing your inner child to stay authentic (20:04) The pros and cons of an open mic gig (22:50) Coping with imposter syndrome as a stand-up comic (27:09) The intersection of guilt and selfishness (35:20) Seeing the power in saying “no” and being honest about how you feel (40:05) Modern dating as a female stand-up comic (44:26) The stigmas of women in stand-up comedy (46:06) The overcorrecting of casting in the modern entertainment industry (51:39) Being on guard as a single female comic (54:35) How naps benefit comics (58:32) The two things women are great at (1:00:04) These are the traits you need to woo Chase Our Guest Chase O'Donnell is a creative force to be reckoned with. As a writer, mattress, and comic, she brings unapologetic honesty and razor-sharp wit to the table, making her a truly unique and talented performer. Her style and personality have made her a fan-favorite on numerous podcasts, such as "Dr. Drew After Dark" and "Where My Mom's At.” When she's not entertaining the masses with her comedic chops, she is flexing her wordsmithing skills as a writer for National Lampoon's Final Edition Podcast. Chase's work has earned her accolades, such as the Best of Fest at the Burbank Comedy Festival, and she is a winner of the coveted Uncle Clyde's Comedy Contest. Be sure to check out her website below for her upcoming shows! Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/ Chase O'Donnell https://www.linkedin.com/in/chase-o-donnell-70782994/ http://www.chaseodonnell.com/ https://www.instagram.com/chase_odonnell/ https://twitter.com/chase_odonnell https://twitter.com/chase_odonnell
-Cuff and Mo take a trip into the world of poetry as they open up the lab to the founder of The Poet Life, Christoph Jenkins. The artist and entrepreneur opens up about his introduction to poetry and how he realized at an early age that it was going to be his avenue in life. Jenkins talks about his mindset and the work he's done in order to make his company, The Poet Life, a successful vehicle that helps other poets actually make a living doing what they love. The conversation wraps up with the father of three reflecting on where he's been and what he sees for himself and his platform in the future. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ryan-cuffee4/message
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
On today's episode of Off the Cuff with Danny LoPriore, clinical psychologist, teacher, speaker, writer, and Founder of Decolonizing Therapy, Dr. Jennifer Mullan is joining me to discuss all things related to rage as well as how the intersectionalities of history, race, and oppression play a role in the mental well-being of people today. “We gotta acknowledge that, “oh wait. This shit happened.” Or, “oh wait, part, or half, or all of my ancestors did some horrible shit. How did that pass down to me? How am I transmuting that?” Right? And so Decolonizing Therapy in its core is, I think, looking at the collective shadow…that underbelly that the world doesn't want to look at and what has happened historically and how that in the current day is impacting the well-being, the relationships, the money in the pockets, the health - the mental and physical health, the spiritual health of people today. What we seek to do is help people honor big feelings like grief and rage, which are two sides of the same coin…(25:11) We chat about all the shapes and forms rage takes, the social stigma surrounding how rage is displayed, the many reasons people display rage, and the over-pathologizing of rage as various mental health/behavioral disorders. “We're dealing with mass trauma from civil rights. Then you're dealing with all the crazy shit that has happened in the last 40 years or so until what's happening now. I call it the “trauma burger.” What's happening currently is the patty. And then you have your childhood shit and hurt, trauma, bullying, whatever you've gone through is the bottom. And then the stuff that our parents, ancestors, and other people dealt with. And you're eating that shit every single day.” (35:54) She also shares the origins of becoming “The Rage Doctor,” the beginning of Decolonizing Therapy, the historical and generational trauma and pain behind grief and rage, how to sit with ancestral shame, and the importance of having a healthy relationship with your trauma. “I would create a little space for it so that: A) energetically and metaphorically, there is space for it in your life, and you don't have to fucking inhabit it. You can put that shit on a shelf…” (43:40) In This Episode: (2:28) Did you know what you wanted to be when you grew up as a kid? (4:22) Empathy is a beautiful thing these days (5:53) Let's talk about family (7:50) Navigating life and racial identity (11:27) “The Rage Doctor” breaks down the root causes of human rage (17:50) Finding a good therapist is like dating (20:12) Dissecting Decolonizing Therapy: breaking down generational and historical trauma (29:00) You are NOT your diagnosis (33:20) Every generation has a different burden to bear (40:05) Therapy alone might not be enough for everyone's healing process (42:37) Create a space so you can tend to your big emotions daily (46:23) Having a healthy relationship with your trauma Our Guest Dr. Jennifer Mullan is a psychologist, speaker, writer, and Founder of Decolonizing Therapy. With a deep understanding of rage, trauma, and the intersectionality of race, she does not want you to just learn to cope with your big emotions - she wants to help you heal your past and develop a healthy relationship with those emotions: whether it's rage, trauma, grief, shame, or anything else you feel. Dr. Jennifer developed Decolonizing Therapy to shift away from the outdated goals of therapy and help people reconnect with their historical and ancestral experiences to heal from the traumas that often go unseen and unacknowledged by the Eurocentric methods of wellness. Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/ Dr. Jennifer Mullan https://www.decolonizingtherapy.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjennifermullan/ https://www.facebook.com/DecolonizingTherapy/ https://www.instagram.com/decolonizingtherapy/ https://www.amazon.com/Decolonizing-Therapy-Oppression-Historical-Politicizing/dp/1324019166
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
On today's episode of Off the Cuff with Danny LoPriore, social media content creator, mental health nurse practitioner, and psychotherapist Dr. Kojo Sarfo, DNP, PMHNP-BC, joins me to talk about how his journey with ADHD turned him into a rockstar and influenced his career path as well as why it's important to make mental health fun and accessible through social media. “I don't like regular mental halth content; kinda like when I was in school and talk to the psychiatrist for hours and be like, “what's the difference between Bipolar I and Bipolar II,” and we'd have to sit down and do lectures. That's not fun, right? So, people have to digest it in fun and relatable ways.” (3:02) We chat about the importance of making mental health topics entertaining and relatable, how culture can influence how you deal with mental health issues, the flaws within the education system in terms of providing the right environment for those with mental health disorders, and how sometimes medications are essential despite the potential for abuse and side effects. “God is good, but with medicine combined…you're superhuman. I gotta put that on a shirt. Sometimes, you just need the meds.” (30:54) He also shares his takes on the political landscape, balancing the intricacies of comedy with being offensive, and working mental health struggles into comedy and social media content in a way that is authentic. “Let's have conversations about everything, because everybody deserves to be able to voice their opinion.” (53:05) In This Episode: (1:27) The origins of Dr. Sarfo's Late Night Show concept (3:58) Dr. Sarfo's journey from Ghana to Norway to the United States and culture shock (5:22) Dr. Sarfo coming to terms with having ADHD (7:00) The pressures of being forced into a profession within an African household (11:17) An academic glow-up for the books: a failure in high school to college scholar (17:55) The struggles of navigating the education system with mental health disorders (29:18) How trauma can compound over time (31:00) Sometimes medication is the answer - despite the abuse and side effects (33:44) What's the difference between a psychiatrist, psychologist, and psychotherapist? (36:28) Should you be mandated to see a therapist if you work in the mental health space? (40:18) The current state of mental health for Black Americans/Black Immigrants (46:35) Social media as a powerful tool to be used by mental health, polititcs, and more. (51:15) Adapting to how you need to say things in today's climate (56:23) Comedy lets you have your cake and eat it too (59:20) Danny teaches Dr. Kojo how to fucking dominate comedy (1:05:20) How Danny contributes to the art of comedy (1:13:30) Why do women not get diagnosed as much with ADHD? (1:16:02) How to spot emotional abuse Our Guest Dr. Kojo Sarfo is a mental health nurse practitioner, social media content creator, and psychotherapist. He is also the host of Late Night w/Dr. Kojo, a weekly live stream on Facebook. After spending his life coping with ADHD, Dr. Kojo decided to use those experiences to help others and talk about mental health issues in innovative ways using social media and comedy. Through his social media accounts, Facebook live streams, and stand-up routines, he is blazing a path for mental health professionals to connect with people in meaningful ways. Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/ Dr. Kojo Sarfo https://email@example.com?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc https://www.instagram.com/drkojosarfo/?hl=en https://www.linkedin.com/in/kojosarfo/ https://www.facebook.com/drkojosarfo/ https://www.youtube.com/@drkojosarfo/featured https://twitter.com/drkojosarfo https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Feeling-Good!/Kojo-Sarfo/9781507219645 https://beacons.ai/drkojosarfo