This week we have one brand new guest, one returning guest, and one guest we haven't had on since THE DARK TIMES! Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Humansholler Lauren's OF: https://onlyfans.com/rawrglicious Lauren's Paypal: https://paypal.me/rawrglicious Secular Soup: https://secularsoup.libsyn.com/ Funding For Social Change: https://fundingforsocialchange.com/ Dice Funk: https://feed.podbean.com/austinyorski/feed.xml Dice Funk Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/austinyorski Joa's Twitter: https://twitter.com/pussyfullawasps Let's Talk About Snacks: https://open.spotify.com/show/1fVjUPlm967tApMypgyWkL Opening Arguments: https://open.spotify.com/show/2fpbVK2Ry4P9qgcjOdmyvN Bethany's Comic (On Hiatus): https://eonscomic.kitmyth.net/ Bethany's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/deltastarfire Stories UsedLarahttps://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/nov/24/turkeys-massachusetts-kevin-woburn-thanksgiving https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/fugitive-cows-in-quebec-escape-capture-again-and-again-1.6662107 Sarahhttps://www.npr.org/2022/11/05/1134355887/bumblebees-can-play-does-it-mean-they-have-feelings-study-says-yeshttps://www.technologyreview.com/2022/10/31/1062370/how-to-befriend-a-crow-crowtok-tiktok/AmyJoahttps://www.npr.org/2022/11/24/1139160681/national-dog-show-winner-winston-french-bulldog https://kotaku.com/hasan-hasanabi-piker-wheat-thins-cracker-twitch-ban-pas-1849807890
Welcome to another festive podcast episode. In this episode, we focus on beating Winter Blues. You will find tips on boosting energy, mood, deepening your connection with the seasons and shifting your outlook in the winter months when the temperature may be colder and sunlight is scarce.
Megan and Michelle reminisce about parties, penis swords, TV dinners, Goodwill china, puking in purses, impossible pinatas, the Clements Mansion, and The Great Yardwork Famine of 2010.Want to support Prosecco Theory?Check out our merch, available on teepublic.com!Follow/Subscribe wherever you listen!Rate, review, and tell your friends!Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!****************Ever thought about starting your own podcast? From day one, Buzzsprout gave us all the tools we needed get Prosecco Theory off the ground. What are you waiting for? Follow this link to get started. Cheers!!
Dark times teach you a lot of things, show you the reality that pursuing your life's purpose is not easy. It has many ups and downs and sometimes the downs may seem like they would last forever, but they shape you to be stronger than ever and then reward you with the brightest times of your life. “Dark times are what you compare to your good times. The good times will mean so much more when they arrive, hold on and don't fade away.” “Life is at its best when everything has fallen out of place, and you decide that you're going to fight to get them right, not when everything is going your way and everyone is praising you.”
How do you develop skills of resiliency? Like Jonah, in the belly of "the great fish," our dark times may also be times of becoming, moving forward, and even being reborn. In our "dark nights," do we turn to Him? Arise when we fall? Allow ourselves to be "moved" to where He needs us to be? Join Dr. Christina Hibbert & guest Rebecca Irvine to learn how to live with greater resilience.Highlights include:00:00-09:50“QOTW: What does resilience mean? How do I become more resilient?”09:51-22:31“Arise; Don't flee; Awake & Own your problems”22:32-39:15“In the whale's belly, you're not alone–you're moving, becoming, being reborn”39:16-52:06“Resilience means to: obey, believe, have charity, become better”52:07-58:08“Resilience does not mean perfection”58:09-END “The Lord is our light in the darkness; Turn to Him”Find Study Guides, episodes, & SUBSCRIBE to our email list at : http://www.likeawateredgarden.comAbout this podcast:Welcome to Like a Watered Garden, a Come Follow Me-based podcast that shows you how to personalize the holy scriptures (starting w the Old Testament), to help you “overcome, become, and flourish” in physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health & wellness, so you may feel, as Isaiah writes, “...like a watered garden and a spring whose waters fail not.”I'm your host, Dr. Christina Hibbert, clinical psychologist, author, wife & mom, and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.For our first season, we'll be following along with the Come Follow Me study manual and learning in The Old Testament (& a few lessons in The Pearl of Great Price). Yes, that's right—we begin where it all began, and we will draw closer to Christ, who is everywhere in the Old Testament, as Jehovah! To learn more about Dr. Christina Hibbert, please visit http://www.drchristinahibbert.com or http://www.instagram.com/drchristinahibbert or http://www.facebook.com/DrCHibbertTo learn more about this podcast, find bonus materials, handouts, transcripts and videos, visit http://www.likeawateredgarden.com and/or find us on Instagram, http://www.instagram.com/likeawatered.garden .Join our "Like a Watered Garden Podcast FB Discussion Group," by visiting http://www.facebook.com/groups/likeawateredgarden and be sure to share your insights and takeaways.Original music written & performed by Braxton Hibbert.Please rate/review this podcast! Let's connect: http://www.likeawateredgarden.com http://www.instagram.com/likeawatered.garden http://www.instagram.com/drchristinahibbert http://www.facebook.com/groups/likeawateredgarden
The history of Christianity in Korea is a dramatic account that is both beautiful and tragic. The experience of Korea's early Christian converts offer many insights for believers today around the world. James Cha, of the Crescent Project and I43 ministries, joins Andy on this episode of the Christian Emergency Podcast. Listen in as he shares nearly forgotten tales of incredible faith and sacrifice. But he also explores how compromise wormed its way into the Korean Church, particularly during the Japanese occupation before World War II. In the world today, many Christians can relate to this tale of two Koreas. They feel the pressure building around them, and also the temptation to compromise and become politically correct. This episode reveals important lessons for believers today. If this information is helpful to you, please give us a 5-star rating and a positive review. Likewise, share this episode with friends and fellow believers who could use some help standing up under mounting pressures. To learn more about resources mentioned in this episode, see the following. Crescent Project: https://www.crescentproject.org/ (Book) Fear Not: Living a Life of No Regrest, by James Cha – available at https://www.amazon.com/Fear-Not-Living-Life-Regrets/dp/B08NWWY8SG. (Book) The Korean Pentecost and the Sufferings Which Followed, by William N. Blair & Bruce F. Hunt – available at https://www.amazon.com/Korean-Pentecost-Sufferings-Which-Followed/dp/0851512445. (Book) More than Conquerors: The Story of the Martyrdom of Rev. Ki-ch'ol Chu, by Kwang-jo Chu – available at https://www.amazon.com/More-than-Conquerors-Martyrdom-Ki-chol/dp/8995490438/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=more+than+conquerors%2C+chu&qid=1633051620&s=books&sr=1-1. Christian Emergency Alliance: https://www.christianemergency.com/ Follow the Christian Emergency Alliance on Twitter: @ChristianEmerg1 Follow the Christian Emergency Alliance on Facebook: @ChristianEmergency The Christian Emergency Podcast is a production of the Christian Emergency Alliance. Soli Deo Gloria
Peter Crouch is a legend both on and off the football pitch. Capped 42 times for England, he is one of the few players to have scored 100 or more Premier League goals. Since retirement he has further cemented his role as a cheeky national treasure with his role as a football pundit and host of That Peter Crouch Podcast. But few up to now have seen the man behind the persona. It was childhood bullying and taunts about his height that helped to shape the down to earth man that audiences love today. Using this abuse as his fuel and motivation, he made sure that he let his actions on the pitch do the talking to prove his critics wrong. This conversation explores his path and drive to footballing greatness, as well as his acknowledgement of the characteristics that led a select few of his teammates from great to legendary. He is a walking example of the benefits and rewards of staying true to yourself, keeping self-perspective and self-awareness, and the benefits of trying to be a good role model. Topics: Early years Learning that you were different Your parents Why did certain people make and it and others didn't The pressure of being a high level football player Dealing with fan booing you Turning to drink 6 clubs before the age of 25 Players not enjoying themselves What do you think of Liverpool now? What made a really good manager What made a bad manager the best manager you played for Your thoughts on Ronaldo Keeping respect as a manager The end of your football career Balance Your podcast Your mental health Crouch fest Your goal now The last guests question Peter: Instagram - http://bit.ly/3g6e78g Twitter - http://bit.ly/3AlKwhK Peters book: http://bit.ly/3Ogl3fG Crouch fest: http://bit.ly/3hNrUB4 The Diary: https://bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Amex - https://bit.ly/3TATNKc Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb Intel - http://bit.ly/3UVp3UC Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb
Aaron Sachs is a historian and Cornell University professor who primarily studies American environmental and cultural history. In this episode we discuss his book Up From the Depths: Herman Melville, Lewis Mumford, and Rediscovery in Dark Times. Link: https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691215419/up-from-the-depths --- Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter - https://twitter.com/Hermitixpodcast Support Hermitix: Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/hermitix Donations: - https://www.paypal.me/hermitixpod Hermitix Merchandise - http://teespring.com/stores/hermitix-2 Bitcoin Donation Address: 3LAGEKBXEuE2pgc4oubExGTWtrKPuXDDLK Ethereum Donation Address: 0x31e2a4a31B8563B8d238eC086daE9B75a00D9E74
Democracy is the stage in which we mount the battle for power and we fight out our competing visions of what would be good for a society. But at the same time, the most dangerous of all things we try to do in a democracy is argue about what is democratic and what is undemocratic.Michael IgnatieffBecome a Patron!Make a one-time Donation to Democracy Paradox.A full transcript is available at www.democracyparadox.com.Michael Ignatieff is a historian and former Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. He has served as rector and president of Central European University, and is the author, most recently, of On Consolation: Finding Solace in Dark Times. He recently wrote, "The Politics of Enemies" in the Journal of Democracy.Key HighlightsIntroductionWhat is democracy? 3:15Role of Politicians - 18:05January 6th - 21:06The Politics of Enemies - 23:51Consolation After Electoral Losses - 34:55Key Links"The Politics of Enemies" by Michael Ignatieff in the Journal of DemocracyOn Consolation: Finding Solace in Dark Times by Michael IgnatieffLearn more about Michael IgnatieffDemocracy Paradox PodcastJason Brownlee Believes We Underestimate Democratic ResilienceJeremi Suri on America's Unfinished Fight for DemocracyMore Episodes from the PodcastMore InformationDemocracy GroupApes of the State created all MusicEmail the show at email@example.comFollow on Twitter @DemParadox, Facebook, Instagram @democracyparadoxpodcast100 Books on DemocracyDemocracy Paradox is part of the Amazon Affiliates Program and earns commissions on items purchased from links to the Amazon website. All links are to recommended books discussed in the podcast or referenced in the blog.Support the show
This episode we have special guest host Mike on for the first time. We talk some NFL and how its embarrassing to be a raider fan. Very exciting games this weekend and who's the top 4 college teams right now after yet another wild weekend. We wrap things up with some NBA talk as well. Thanks for checking us out!
Bruno Maçães is a Portuguese politician and author. He is the former Secretary of State for European Affairs in Portugal, and the author of numerous books, including The Dawn of Eurasia; History Has Begun: The Birth of a New America; and Geopolitics for the End Time: From the Pandemic to the Climate Crisis. Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and chief editor of UkraineWorld, spoke to Bruno Maçães in Lviv, during the Lviv Book Forum, about Europe, Eurasia, power, China, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The conversation took place two days before Russia's round of massive missile strikes on Ukrainian cities in October. UkraineWorld is brought to you by Internews Ukraine, one of the oldest Ukrainian media NGOs. Support us at patreon.com/ukraineworld.
Jonathan Littell is a Franco-American writer and journalist. He is the author of the bestselling novel The Kindly Ones, a story of a Nazi SS officer on the Eastern front during World War II. Littell has also reported on the wars in Chechnya, Syria, and Ukraine. Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and chief editor of UkraineWorld, spoke to Jonathan Littell in Lviv, during Lviv Book Forum, about war crimes in today's world, fascism and putinism, and Ukrainian and Russian societies. The conversation took place two days before Russia's massive round of missile strikes on Ukrainian cities, including Lviv, in October. UkraineWorld is brought to you by Internews Ukraine, one of the oldest Ukrainian media NGOs. Support us at patreon.com/ukraineworld.
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Some of you are going through a dark time right now. You may be crying, complain feeling depressed or even worrying night and day?" This is when you have to use your faith. This is when you have to mix just the right solutions in the dark room with your film in order to bring that picture to reality. The answer is in the solutions you use, so you may be thinking what the heck are those solutions we use in our darkest hour? Today's episode is sponsored by Silver Lining Wellness Company HELPFUL LINKS: 30 Day Devotional & Lifestyle Workbook 60 Promises to Pray Over Your Daily Life Join Real Girl Podcast Community CONNECT ON SOCIALS: Instagram Facebooks
Philippe Sands is a British and French writer and lawyer. He is a Professor of Law and Director of the Centre on International Courts and Tribunals at University College London. He also wrote the bestsellers East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity (2016) and The Ratline: Love, Lies and Justice on the Trail of a Nazi Fugitive. His latest book is The Last Colony: A Tale of Exile, Justice and Britain's Colonial Legacy. Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and chief editor of UkraineWorld, spoke to Philippe Sands in Lviv, during the Lviv Book Forum, about the origins of concepts of genocide and crimes against humanity, the key role of Lviv in their origins, and about the future of international law. The conversation took place two days before Russia's massive round of missile strikes on Ukrainian cities in October. UkraineWorld is brought to you by Internews Ukraine, one of the oldest Ukrainian media NGOs. Support us at patreon.com/ukraineworld.
Failure is part of the process! That is what this week's podcast is about. p.s - Following the steps is critical. Here are the details. https://go.brucewhipple.com/deepdive5a
Luke Harding is The Guardian's correspondent on Ukraine, Russia, and Eastern Europe. He is the author of books "Mafia State", "Collusion", "A Very Expensive Poison", and "The Snowden Files" - books about Russia and its devastating influence on global politics. His upcoming book is called "Invasion: The Inside Story of Russia's Bloody War and Ukraine's Fight for Survival". Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and chief editor of UkraineWorld, spoke to Luke Harding about his experience of covering the Russian invasion of Ukraine, about the atrocities of the Russian army in Ukraine, and about Ukrainian political identity. UkraineWorld is brought to you by Internews Ukraine, one of the largest Ukrainian media NGOs. Support us at patreon.com/ukraineworld. Luke Harding's new book "Invasion" will be available on Nov 24: https://sites.prh.com/luke-harding-invasion
(00:00) It's VERY foggy this morning, but is it foggy in North Conway, NH? (The answer is yes.) Also, weird blue laws and going to gay clubs.WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Weird, dark times in Foxborough as the Chicago Bears upset the Patriots, 33-14, on Monday Night Football.CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICHhttps://twitter.com/toucherandrichhttps://twitter.com/fredtoucherhttps://twitter.com/KenGriffeyRuleshttps://www.instagram.com/Toucherandrichofficialhttps://www.instagram.com/fredtoucher/TWITCH:https://www.twitch.tv/thesportshub98.5 THE SPORTS HUB:https://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985TheSportsHub
Head Coach Todd Bowles said it is "dark times" right now for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Kailey Mizelle and Kasey Hudson are back to describe why that is, unfortunately, very true. 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 Hosts, Helen Edwards and January Liddell with special guest, Tammy Joy Lane, as we discuss a very important and sensitive topic: Suicide /Un-alive Prevention. We share our own personal stories and give examples how to get through some of these dark times. Disclaimer: This episode contains explicit information and adult language. We are not doctors, therapists, psychologists, or medical professionals of any kind. Please be advised if you have any life threatening medical conditions or mental health, please see your doctor. National Suicide Hotline: 988 About our Guest: Tammy Joy Lane: In the high expectation/low appreciation world that we live in, Tammy has found a way to make yourself indispensable. She is an Iraq War Veteran, a Suicide Attempt Survivor, TEDx speaker and current Founder of Yestokindness.com. Her mission is to eradicate suicide by reminding people that kindness does belong in business and is quite simple to implement. Join her in sharing her message that what YOU do matters. That YOU matter. In a world where you can find anything-Find the Good. In a world where you can be anything-Be the Good.Thank you for all the continued support. Please leave us a review here or on our Facebook Page: Sexy Freedom Media You can also send us a note or review to SexyFreedomNow@gmail.com Thank you for your gifts and financial support of this podcast through Venmo @SexyFreedomMedia Sexy Freedom Media Podcast -Good vibes, Inspiration, true life, freedom of expression, and cool humans. Creator of Speaking Events, Workshops, Retreats, & Podcast. International Author: Nothing Sexier Than Freedom & Your Inner Evolution. #IAmHelenEdwards Find our #Podcast on YouTube, Spotify, and iTunes Hosts, Helen Edwards and January LiddellTo get your copy of the book, Nothing Sexier Than Freedom,CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION::https://linktr.ee/sexyfreedommediaSupport the show "Buy us a coffee"https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Helofajo...https://www.buymeacoffee.com/januarylidlTaming the Hustle... or Something of the SortsAn entertaining mix of financial advice, marketing/business tips, and a lot of humour.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
What's the secret to SWSE, the RPG, and everything? Episode 42, obviously. This week we talk about inspiration from all walks of media! Books, movies, comics, TV shows! The works, and how to bring them (or at least the feeling of them) to your SWSE Table! Thanks again to Tsuyoshikentsu for the fan segment! Congrats to Ezekiel for Yub Yub's championing of our Ace Pilot Bounty! Tune in for our next bounty, and don't forget all Patrons get to vote in all bounties as well as a cool sticker and/or shirt!Tsu's "Infinite Attack Build": Jedi Variant Dark Side VariantCheck out Stars Without Number!Check out Scum and Villainy!Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/DarkTimesSWSEEmail us at: DarkTimesSWSE@Gmail.comLogo designed by: @MothPunkHelpful SWSE LinksThe SWSE Wikir/SagaEdition on RedditJoin Link for the Saga Edition DiscordSupport the show Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's inevitable that in life, along your path and journey you're going to have dark times, dark moments, days, weeks. months or even years. It can be painful, emotional and a lot can come from those dark times. The thing is, is that you need to go through the dark times to appreciate the goodness and good times you go through too. Ride the rollercoaster of life and trust in you that it'll all work out the way it's supposed to. This episode is powerful, real and raw and true to heart. I understand what it's like to lose a parent, a loved one, and go through heartache and pain. I deliver this podcast with love. Also, my incredible program EXPANSION can really help you with your mindset, with your transformation and healing too - and I want you to know that it's truly a life-changing project of mine that I absolutely adore and want you to join us. Check it out here > https://racourses.thinkific.com/courses/expansion Enjoy this episode and connect with Rebecca here - www.rebeccaadamsbiz.com Have the best day!
Tom has a lighter show, and takes a humorous, but pointed, view on the horrors of today's world.LNS: Wednesday Morning Podcast 09/28/22 Vol.13 #172*First Weekend in October*Backyards and SCOTUS Decisions*Winter is Coming *Polls, Polls Polls *The Inadequacy of Polls*Royals Acting like Royals *They Have a Plan!*Government Shutdown Looms *Get a Budget!!*Renaming the Braves Books by host Thomas Purcell are available free on to Amazon Prime and Kindle subscribersThe money pledged through our website will go toward show costs such as advertising, server time, and broadcasting equipment. If we can get enough listeners, we will expand the show to two hours and hire additional staff.To help our show out, please support us on www.LibertyNeverSleeps.comAll bumper music and sound clips are not owned by the show, are commentary, and of educational purposes, or de minimus effect, and not for monetary gain. No copyright is claimed in any use of such materials and to the extent that material may appear to be infringed, I assert that such alleged infringement is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright laws. If you believe material has been used in an unauthorized manner, please contact the poster.
The first episode of a new podcast series by UkraineWorld called “Thinking in Dark Times.” UkraineWorld's chief editor, philosopher Volodymyr Yermolenko, talks to world famous historian Timothy Snyder - about Ukraine, Eastern Europe, dissidents, climate change, tyranny, freedom and the plurality of values. The goal of the new series is to make Ukraine and its current war a focal point of our common reflection about the world's present, past and future. We try to see light through and despite the current darkness. UkraineWorld.org is one of the most popular websites in English about Ukraine run by Ukrainians. It is brought to you by Internews Ukraine. Support us on patreon.com/ukraineworld
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Do you want to be a badass? Sometimes being a badass means asking for help, being vulnerable, and admitting you can't do it all on your own. Join Jill as she talks with psychologist and ACT trainer, Rikke Kjelgaard about how to live a full and meaningful life through psychological flexibility. In this episode, Rikke and Jill get personal, sharing their own vulnerable stories and experiences in hopes of inspiring listeners to get out of their comfort zones and get brave. Listen and Learn: What it means to live “full size” and be a badass How Rikke's learning history led her to be a “superwoman” who never asked for help—and how she overcame this How childhood patterns “work” when they develop but cease to be helpful later in life The importance of discriminating in what contexts behaviors work or don't work The importance of connection and community, especially when being psychologically flexible gets hard A values clarification exercise developed by one of Jill's clients The importance of holding outcomes lightly How to play big even after you get cut down About Rikke Kjelgaard Rikke Kjelgaard is a licensed psychologist, peer-reviewed ACT trainer, an awarded fellow of the ACBS, author, speaker and chief rock'n'roller in her own business. Rikke is on a mission to help therapists thrive and to be brave and authentic helpers. Trained as a clinical psychologist, she has a 15 year background in the science of human behaviour and the practice of behaviour change. Rikke is a popular speaker at the Scandinavian as well as the international stage, and she is known to bring both passion and vulnerability to her talks. She transforms the lives of her audience by bringing evidence based strategies to her listeners in ways that are edible, manageable and impactful. Rikke is known to leave her audience in tears with compelling stories from her own life and to create extraordinary interactions between people. Resources Rikke's essay in Passionately Striving in Why: An Anthology of Women Who Persevere Mightily to Live Their Purpose: https://www.rikkekjelgaard.com/passionately-striving-in-why/ Rikke's website: www.rikkekjelgaard.com Rikke's ACT Practitioner's Academy that opens on October 1st: https://www.rikkekjelgaard.com/actpractitionersacademy/ Related Episodes 265. The Power of Emotions at Work 262. Hope and Values in Dark Times with Us 252. Getting the Help You Need with Us 238. Values During Times of Transition with Us 198. Belonging From the Inside Out with Meg McKelvie 198. Break the Good Girl Myth with Majo Molfino Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Star Monroe is a leader in the midlife and menopause field with a wealth of experience working closely with women for over 32 years. She has dedicated much of her life studying human behavior and is a certified psychotherapist, eating psychology coach, relationship coach, sex, love & dating coach, somatic bodyworker, dominatrix and retired showgirl. She has also navigated her own dark night of the soul, overcoming addictions, alcoholism, severe body hate, abusive relationships, and bankruptcy. Blending her flamboyant life experiences and wealth of professional training, Star has established herself as a specialist in facilitating deep transformation and healing so that midlife women can break free from whatever is holding them back and create wild love affair with themselves and life. She is here to remind women that (mid)life and menopause are games to play, and this time, you make the rules! We were inspired to live this season BIG, and you will be too! More from Star Monroe: www.instagram.com/msstarmonroe www.msstarmonroe.com www.facebook.com/msstarmonroe This episode was sponsored by: Mojo Wellbeing (Save with code MOXIE15OFF) https://theuncovery.com/discount/MOXIE15OFF Connect with us: firstname.lastname@example.org Join our community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1069587806782730/ Read the blog/sign up for newsletter/find our discount codes: www.midlifemoxie.net Follow us on IG: @gailsscott, @1sassymassey Audio Editing by: Dan Collins at www.goconfidentallycoaching.com Thanks for listening, and go and GET YOUR MOXIE ON!
How can we cope when life turns very dark? The culture tends to suggest we fix ourselves, work through the grief, and get back to normal as quickly as possible. If we accept the challenge to go deeper, though, getting up close with the darkness of life can be enriching and freeing. Ancient and non-Western cultures tend to offer more routes into the “underworld”. Jungian psychotherapist Dr Joanna LaPrade is the author of a new book called Forged In Darkness, in which she explores how myth and stories can help us navigate our way through the shadows. In this episode Joanna shares stories and real-life examples to help you understand your own darkness. She and Andrew discuss: Creating your own rituals to deal with darkness Generational darkness: millennials and failure, babyboomers and shame. The transformative experience of suffering Dr Joanna LaPrade is an author, educator and Jungian psychotherapist. She has a private practice in Colorado U.S.A. Subscriber Content This Week If you're a subscriber to The Meaningful Life (via Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Patreon), this week you'll be hearing: ⭐️The mythical gods and heroes who can best help us understand suffering. ⭐️3 things Joanna knows to be true. ⭐️AND subscribers also access all of our previous bonus content - a rich trove of insight on love, life and meaning created by Andrew and his interviewees. Follow Up Read Andrew's new Substack newsletter The Meaningful Life, and join the community there. Read Dr Joanna LaPrade's book Forged In Darkness Visit Dr Joanna LaPrade's website Read Andrew's memoir about the loss of his partner, My Mourning Year. Listen to some of our other episodes on grief, such as David Kessler on the Sixth Stage of Grief, or to other Jungian guests such as James Hollis on Resilience. Join our Supporters Club to access exclusive behind-the-scenes content, fan requests and the chance to ask Andrew your own questions. Membership starts at just £4.50.
When we lose someone we love, when we suffer loss or defeat, when catastrophe strikes—war, famine, pandemic—we go in search of consolation. Once the province of priests and philosophers, the language of consolation has largely vanished from our modern vocabulary, and the places where it was offered, houses of religion, are often empty. Rejecting the solace of ancient religious texts, humanity since the sixteenth century has increasingly placed its faith in science, ideology, and the therapeutic. How do we console each other and ourselves in an age of unbelief? In a series of lapidary meditations on writers, artists, musicians, and their works—from the books of Job and Psalms to Albert Camus, Anna Akhmatova, and Primo Levi—esteemed writer and historian Michael Ignatieff shows how men and women in extremity have looked to each other across time to recover hope and resilience. Recreating the moments when great figures found the courage to confront their fate and the determination to continue unafraid, On Consolation: Finding Solace in Dark Times (Metropolitan Books, 2021) takes those stories into the present, movingly contending that we can revive these traditions of consolation to meet the anguish and uncertainties of our precarious twenty-first century. Michael Ignatieff is the former head of Canada's Liberal Party, director of the Carr Center for Human Rights at Harvard's Kennedy School, and president of Central European University. He is currently a professor at CEU in Vienna. Caleb Zakarin is the Assistant Editor of the New Books Network (Twitter: @caleb_zakarin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history
When we lose someone we love, when we suffer loss or defeat, when catastrophe strikes—war, famine, pandemic—we go in search of consolation. Once the province of priests and philosophers, the language of consolation has largely vanished from our modern vocabulary, and the places where it was offered, houses of religion, are often empty. Rejecting the solace of ancient religious texts, humanity since the sixteenth century has increasingly placed its faith in science, ideology, and the therapeutic. How do we console each other and ourselves in an age of unbelief? In a series of lapidary meditations on writers, artists, musicians, and their works—from the books of Job and Psalms to Albert Camus, Anna Akhmatova, and Primo Levi—esteemed writer and historian Michael Ignatieff shows how men and women in extremity have looked to each other across time to recover hope and resilience. Recreating the moments when great figures found the courage to confront their fate and the determination to continue unafraid, On Consolation: Finding Solace in Dark Times (Metropolitan Books, 2021) takes those stories into the present, movingly contending that we can revive these traditions of consolation to meet the anguish and uncertainties of our precarious twenty-first century. Michael Ignatieff is the former head of Canada's Liberal Party, director of the Carr Center for Human Rights at Harvard's Kennedy School, and president of Central European University. He is currently a professor at CEU in Vienna. Caleb Zakarin is the Assistant Editor of the New Books Network (Twitter: @caleb_zakarin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
When we lose someone we love, when we suffer loss or defeat, when catastrophe strikes—war, famine, pandemic—we go in search of consolation. Once the province of priests and philosophers, the language of consolation has largely vanished from our modern vocabulary, and the places where it was offered, houses of religion, are often empty. Rejecting the solace of ancient religious texts, humanity since the sixteenth century has increasingly placed its faith in science, ideology, and the therapeutic. How do we console each other and ourselves in an age of unbelief? In a series of lapidary meditations on writers, artists, musicians, and their works—from the books of Job and Psalms to Albert Camus, Anna Akhmatova, and Primo Levi—esteemed writer and historian Michael Ignatieff shows how men and women in extremity have looked to each other across time to recover hope and resilience. Recreating the moments when great figures found the courage to confront their fate and the determination to continue unafraid, On Consolation: Finding Solace in Dark Times (Metropolitan Books, 2021) takes those stories into the present, movingly contending that we can revive these traditions of consolation to meet the anguish and uncertainties of our precarious twenty-first century. Michael Ignatieff is the former head of Canada's Liberal Party, director of the Carr Center for Human Rights at Harvard's Kennedy School, and president of Central European University. He is currently a professor at CEU in Vienna. Caleb Zakarin is the Assistant Editor of the New Books Network (Twitter: @caleb_zakarin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
MELANIE & PETER'S STORY: In this podcast about love, marriage & relationships by Dr. Ray & Jean offering relationship advice for couples, we interview Melanie & Peter about how she finally revealed to him about the dark times she was struggling with and how they handled it together To Learn More About Melanie, visit: https://melaniegallcoaching.com/ Please subscribe to our podcast and leave us a comment and review. If you have questions, topic suggestions or would like to be considered as guests, email us at email@example.com. For more information about Couples Synergy, look us up online at Couplessynergy.com
Pastor Ken Summers speaks on having Light For Dark Times, Pastor Ken enjoyed the Object Lessons series so much that he wanted to continue in that for this weekend. This is a very timely word for the reality that we are living in today. We hope that this message leaves you both challenged and changed. Generations Church, in Canton, GA, features live teaching from Pastor Jeremy Isaacs and others. Our desire is that as a result of these messages, you would be challenged and changed. You can find out more about our church and the ministries that we offer by visiting www.G.church or Facebook.com/myGchurch
This Speech Will Change Your Life. A powerful inspirational story about overcoming depression and hard times. Even at your darkest time, you are destined for something greater! Special thanks to Speaker Slam. For more speeches like this one, follow them: http://www.speakerslam.ca/“Even at your darkest time, you're destined for something greater.”- Malcom HooperFollow Malcomhttps://twitter.com/malcolmhooper17Follow Speaker Slam:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqu-...https://www.facebook.com/SpeakerSlamhttps://www.instagram.com/speakerslam/Music:Borrtex Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“These are indeed dark times,” Aaron Sachs, author of Up from the Depths: Herman Melville, Lewis Mumford, and Rediscovery in Dark Times, says at the start of this episode of The World in Time. “And as a historian, I've been wondering my whole professional life how these dark times compare to other dark times…I feel like it's my job as a historian to to really investigate the claim that there's no precedent for what we're going through, because that idea is really disheartening in a lot of ways.” This week on the podcast, Lewis H. Lapham speaks with Aaron Sachs, author of “Up from the Depths: Herman Melville, Lewis Mumford, and Rediscovery in Dark Times,” about dark times and white whales.
The world is chock full of bad news right now, and many are feeling the impacts. From war to revocation of rights, the world around us can easily (and not unreasonably) feel hopeless. On this week's episode of POTC, Debbie, Yael, Jill, and Michael come together to discuss the psychological impact of the socio-political climate as well as practical advice for navigating these difficult times. Join us in this episode to learn expert-approved strategies for fostering hope and compassion in times of anger, using anger in values-oriented ways, distinguishing between healthy and unhealthy avoidance, and much more today. Listen and Learn: The psychological impact of the socio-political climate Practical advice for living consistently with your values during hard times The validity in feeling numb, detaching, and isolating Important distinctions in healthy and unhealthy avoidance Expert-approved strategies for using anger in healthy ways The cognitive load of uncertainty and practical advice for tolerating it Evidence-based methods for fostering hope and taking action Role-models who endured hopelessness with bravery and compassion The strategies the POTC team uses to foster hope in their personal lives How to balance feelings of guilt and shame Practical advice for deciding when it's time for self-care and when it's time for taking action Expert-approved strategies for staying informed without burning out or doom scrolling How to have difficult conversations about heavy socio-political topics with even the most difficult of people Clarifying your values by finding the grains of sugar in life Resources: Read Melinda Moyer's article, The 'Psychic Numbing" of Mass Tragedies Read Jane Goodall and Douglas Abrams' book, The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times Check out Michael in his cow hat and with Jane Goodall! Grab your copy of all our favorite books at bookshop.org/shop/offtheclockpsych. Check out Debbie, Diana, Yael, and Jill's websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more! About our team: Debbie Sorensen, PhD, (she/her) is a psychologist in private practice in Denver, Colorado She is co-author of ACT Daily Journal: Get Unstuck and Live Fully with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. You can learn more about Debbie, read her blog, and find out about upcoming presentations and training events at her webpage, drdebbiesorensen.com. Yael Schonbrun, PhD, (she/her) is a licensed clinical psychologist and assistant professor at Brown University. Yael's book, Work, Parent, Thrive comes out in November and is available for pre-order now! Jill Stoddard, PhD, (she/her) is a clinical psychologist and author of The Big Book of ACT Metaphors: A Practitioner's Guide to Experiential Exercises and Metaphors in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Be Mighty: A Woman's Guide to Liberation from Anxiety, Worry, and Stress Using Mindfulness and Acceptance. Michael Herold (he/him) is the head coach at The Art of Charm and a public speaker and speaker coach. Clients he has coached for presentations have been featured on NBC, Fast Company, Forbes, and the Oprah Winfrey Network. Related Episodes: Episode 201. Fierce Compassion with Kristin Neff Episode 214. How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Jerks with Melinda Wenner Moyer Episode 168. Everyday Conversations: How Conversational Style Impacts Relationships with Deborah Tannen Episode 260. Health Anxiety with Karen Lynn Cassiday Episode 230. The Laziness Lie with Devon Price Episode 259. Rethinking Delusions with Victoria Sheperd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eliot Marshall is a former professional UFC fighter, a prolific competitor who entered the world of mixed martial arts in 2006, competing in TUF competition and then signing on with the UFC. Over his fighting career Eliot has been awarded..... 2001 Pan-American Silver medalist 2002 Pan-American Gold medalist Twice 2005 Pan American Champion Super Heavyweight Brown Belt 2002 USA Team Trials 1st place 2002 USA Team Trials 2nd (Absolute) 2002 Grapplers Quest Bronze medalist 2003 IBJJF Open Purple belt 1st place 2003 IBJJF Open Purple belt Absolute Champion 2004 IBJJF Brown Belt Super Heavy Champion 2004 IBJJF Brown Belt Open Weight Champion 2006 IBJJF Pan Ams Brown Belt Champion 2006 IBJJF 3rd place World Championships 2004 GQ North American Championships - Open Weight Champion 2005 GQ USA Trials 200-210 lb Champion 2004 #1 Rated Absolute Weight Grappler of the Year. Ring of Fire Light Heavyweight Champion He was on Season 8 of the Ultimate Fighter reality show... ....and he stands with a 17-5 MMA record In 2011, Eliot decided to hang up his gloves and become an entrepreneur. He opened a fight training center in Denver, Colorado and also became the head coach of Elevation Fight Team, one of the country's most highly regarded MMA teams. 00:45 Intro 01:54 Micro High-Performance Episodes 02:35 Events And Trips For Entrepreneurs 04:02 Guest Introduction 06:52 The Beginning of Eliot's Martial Art Journey 11:17 Born To Fight? 16:54 Reaction To Losing 18:06 The Mindset To Win 20:34 Societal Perception Of Public Figures 23:06 Motivation To Become A Fighter 26:05 Dealing With Anxiety 30:51 Inner Healing 34:57 Opening Up Personal Experiences 37:55 Maintaining Peak Performance 40:20 Why Jiu Jitsu Is Great 43:31 Working Out When Dealing With Insomnia 46:32 Current Daily Routine 48:45 Diet 49:32 Starting A School Business 54:06 Planning Retreats 57:52 Learn More About Eliot's Retreat 59:22 The Difference Between Being A Fighter And An Entrepreneur 1:02:39 Meditation Practice 1:05:21 Message From Eliot Marshall 1:09:05 Connect With Eliot 1:10:53 Outro Contact Info: Website: https://www.eliotmarshall.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firemarshall205/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-gospel-of-fire/id1389289630 TED Talk: https://youtu.be/jHML7Mzghy4 Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gospel-Fire-Strategies-Confronting-Finding/dp/1544501676 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/firemarshall205 Subscribe to the Podcast: Website: https://www.thebusinessmethod.com/eliot-marshall Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/TheBusinessMethod Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/TheBusinessMethodGooglePodcasts Spotify: http://bit.ly/SpotifyTheBusinessMethod Follow Chris Reynolds on Social Media: Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/chrisreynoldslive Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/chrisreynoldslive YouTube: https://www.YouTube.com/chrisreynoldslive LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisreynoldslive