The anticipation of having a baby is often regarded as a joyous event in the life of a couple, and yet the transition to parenthood usually involves profound transitions and challenges in the couples' intimate relationship. Further complicating things, the perinatal period is when women are most vulnerable to mood and anxiety disorders, with perinatal depression being the number one medical complication of the postpartum period. Thankfully, a brief intervention has been developed to strengthen couples' relationships called The Before Baby Relationship Checkup. It's offered during pregnancy to help ease the transition to parenthood and reduce the risk of perinatal mood disorders. We're excited about this new service for new mothers, and we're "chick chatting" with Dr. Ellen Darling to learn more. Who is Ellen Darling, PhD? Dr. Ellen Darling is a clinical psychologist in Providence, RI, specializing in couples therapy, young adult mental health, and perinatal mental health. She holds a PhD from Clark University, where she trained at the Center for Couples and Family Research. Dr. Darling is passionate about guiding couples through challenges, including intimacy difficulties, alienation, communication impasses, chronic conflict, infidelity, parenthood issues, and other periods of transition. She practices Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy (IBCT), an evidence-based approach that identifies patterns that keep partners disconnected and, in doing so, offers new possibilities for empathy and change. What Did We Discuss? In this episode, we chat with Ellen about the Before Baby Relationship Checkup. This checkup is a couples intervention specifically designed to address maternal mental health by screening pregnant women for early detection and decreasing primary risk factors. Here are several of the questions that we covered: What is perinatal depression, and why don't we hear much about it? What are some of the risk factors for perinatal depression? If untreated, what are the risks beyond pregnancy for a woman with perinatal depression? How does a relationship play a part in maternal mental health? Tell us about the Before Baby Relationship Checkup. What is it, and why do pregnant women need to know about it? What does the relationship intervention consist of? How are the results of the checkup addressed, and what are the next steps? How can couples benefit from participating in a Before Baby Relationship Checkup? Why is early detection important when it comes to maternal mental health? What can couples do to strengthen their relationship prior to having a baby? How can a spouse support a mother experiencing perinatal or postpartum depression? Ellen's Resources ellendarlingphd.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One of TikTok's favorite authors, SJ Tilly, is known for her Sin, Sleet, Darling, and Alliance series. Writing to give her and her readers a chance of escape, SJ's romance books are meant to bring you out of the real world and into hers where adventure, love, lust, and drama always end in a Happily Ever After. You can catch the latest happy ending in her new book Dom, the third book in the Alliance series, coming out September 21st.You can find Ana online at sjtilly.com as well as on TikTok at @s.j.tilly.author and Instagram at @sjtillyauthorThis episode of Book Talk for Book Tok was recorded on Riverside.fm, a cloud-based podcast recording platform.Support the showSupport the showSupport the show
Zwei Jahrzehnte lang galt René Benko als Überflieger in der Immobilienbranche. Sein Konzern Signa ist in Windeseile zu einer der österreichischen Erfolgsstorys geworden – und einer der ganz großen Player in Europa. Lange Zeit galt Benko deshalb als Everybody's Darling in der heimischen Politik. Doch spätestens seit Anfang des Jahres kommt das Benko-Imperium nicht mehr aus den Negativschlagzeilen. Wir sprechen heute über die großen wirtschaftlichen und rechtlichen Baustellen des René Benko. Wieso seine Geschäfte in Schieflage geraten sind und warum wir Steuerzahlerinnen und Steuerzahler letzten Endes die Rechnung dafür zahlen könnten.
A young boy's legendary rise from crushing poverty to London's highest office combines fact, folklore and a fearless feline heroine. It's a “Man's Best Friend” story, if a clever cat wrote it, instead of just knocking the pen off the desk...again and again.
Ep 123: Foodie & “Friends” - The Boyz get down with intimacy educator “Deb Darling” @debdarlingx as we pick up where Usher, Luda and Lil John left out….. we talking lovers & friends. Disclaimer: This episode may make you weak! #loversandfriends #friendwithbenefits #casual #brunchwiththeboyz Watch the full episode on Youtube search “Brunch with the Boyz” --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brunch-with-the-boyz/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brunch-with-the-boyz/support
It's the sequel to our GUNBUSTER episode a year ago! GUNBUSTER 2, however was not directed by Hideaki Anno as the original was. Is this 6 ep series a sign of what was to come from studio Gainax (Gurren Lagann, Darling in the Franxx @ Trigger) or is it an absolute dud? Leave a comment/review or message us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on insta @badanimepod to have your lovely words read out on the show!
I took a bit of a break while away over the last two weeks. This week is the final week I am away so I am taking this chance to re-release one of my favorite conversations I've had on the show. This is from 2018 and a great chat with Australian director/cinematographer Jeffrey Darling. Enjoy!Mastering Exposure - […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #398 – Jeffrey Darling (Revisited) appeared first on Cinematography Podcast & Tutorials.
I am just so overwhelmed with excitement and pride and joy. That I have showed up here 99 times with a podcast episode. Hard to believe that in just a few days it's going to be the two year anniversary of the start of the podcast. So if you have been listening since two years ago in September, or if this is your first episode, I thank you for helping me continue to grow with the my message, helping me to continue to reach more women like us that are yearning to know that we can thrive and feel fulfilled. Even though we didn't have the children, we always dreamed of. So my ask of you in celebration of our next episode, which is going to be 100. Could you please rate and review the podcast. The more the podcast is rated and reviewed, the more likely it is when a woman is searching for resources or Googling what to do about life after infertility fails. Or how to live life happily. If you can't have the children, you always dreamed of. The podcast might show up in their Google search because of your review and because of the rating that you gave this podcast. So if you haven't done that, I would love, love, love to invite you to do so and help a woman out who might be in need in navigating this journey that we are so not prepared for and not offered enough resources of how to navigate it in a way that feels good to us and makes us feel as though. Life can be. Easy and joyful and glorious again. This episode came to me as a result of a live with Stephanie joy, Philips, who is the founder of world childless week. If you aren't familiar with world childless week, I invite you listen to all that Stephanie has put together, maybe read on the website of all the opportunities that you are going to have September 11th through the 17th, to be part of her free resources around world childless week. Every day of the week, there is something that you can tune into. There are webinars. There are speakers. I myself will be speaking and be part of a panel on the 17th of September at 1:00 PM central. So I invite you to go on and listen, to hear what is going on during world childless week and find. Something that you can tap into to allow yourself to know that you are not alone on this journey. I invited her to be on a live with me on Instagram and we were just having a conversation about world childless week. And we got on the topic of legacy if you are somebody who is questioning of your legacy, And what your legacy is going to be if you're not a mom, I first want to state that you aren't alone. This is a hot topic for many of us, many of the students that I work with in my thrive community. Have come to me, questioning that I, at one time question what my legacy could be. If it wasn't a child that I gave birth to, or a child that I raised. And when Stephanie and I were talking about like a C, she really opened my eyes to something that I thought was worth sharing with you today on the podcast. If you are somebody who is maybe wondering what you're going to leave behind, as far as the legacy goes, I want you to know that. Your legacy is much greater and much easier to achieve than you might think it is because somehow in society we have been. Invited or maybe I don't want to say brainwashed, but maybe some of us have been brainwashed to believe that you have to physically leave a child behind to create your legacy. But really a legacy is. Something that can include accomplishments. It can include traditions values. Maybe it's a possession that's passed down. Uh, contribution. But really like a lasting impact. That you are remembered or influential by the giving. Of something from you. Stephanie and I were talking on the live. If you want to rewatch it, it's on my Instagram page, Atlanta dot Monaco. But we were talking about. The legacy that she created through world childless week. I created a legacy through starting this podcast. It's something that I very much see as something that I gave birth to and continue to nourish on a weekly and daily basis. But she pointed out to me that your legacy could be something. That is so impactful just by saying hello to somebody. By giving someone a compliment. By asking someone how they're doing. If you can offer them. Maybe advice or offer them a listening ear. You are probably going to create a legacy for that person, that they are always going to remember you for. And I don't want to even call them small legacies by doing that versus something in air quotes, that's considered like big by creating something as grand as the others day, brunch or world childless week or a podcast. I think. The legacy that we can leave by simply. Being a loving human is so much more impactful than these things that you might end up in the media covering, or you might forever be passed down. As knowing somebody who was the founder of something. I think back to when I first was on the phone with a girlfriend of mine who asked me. If I had thought about getting workup and going to a reproductive endocrinologist to see why I hadn't gotten pregnant yet at age 37. That is like a legacy she left for me all these years later. Now that I'm beyond my fertility treatments and know that I'm not going to become a mom. I will always think of her. When I think about somebody who offered me that first idea or that first notion. Of reaching out. And even starting my diagnosis and starting my path through my fertility treatments. That is a legacy that she left to me. And I think about how many people. You probably touch on a daily basis. By being you. And when we think of legacy having to be. Something that is global or Known by many. It can feel like we're never going to achieve that part of our life. That feels like we are leaving a legacy. But maybe it's as simple. I'm going to kind of go through some ideas. Of some ways that you can create legacy and create impact maybe in your own life. And then pass it on for others. So, first of all determining what type of legacy you want to create? If it is. Being somebody who is a positive person or somebody who is an educator. Maybe on infertility or being an advocate about something that you're passionate about. Maybe it's related to your career. Or community that you're a part of, or that, cause that makes you passionate. So understanding how on a daily, weekly, monthly, like decide the frequency of it. How you can start to create goals for what it is that you want to be known for. Even if it's just you reaching out and complimenting people. Maybe you want to think, how can I every day say hello to one stranger? How can I every day give a compliment to that person that's walking by and they have this. Darling haircut. And you say, I love your hair. To me, that is creating legacy. Of being somebody who is always offering. Positivity. Or finding opportunities. To say hello to that person who might not have had anyone else in their day say hello to them. I guarantee you. That makes a huge impact. Maybe giving back so actively deciding that you want to align yourself with a philanthropic organization or some sort of community service, and it doesn't have to be. Generosity through finances, it could just be helping others, maybe showing up. At a nursing home and finding ways that maybe you can lead an activity during their activity hours. Maybe it could be. Organizing. Events or creating opportunities to bring joy to a community. Sitting down and coloring with young youth, or maybe it's helping kids with homework and an afterschool program, boys and girls club, but there's countless ways that you can find opportunities to give back. Through that mentoring and maybe education sharing your knowledge and experience with others, because there is so much about you that I promise is unique to you and can touch so many others through your greatness and through the path that you have lived. Something else that I think is very important is documenting your journey. So maybe keeping a record of experiences, maybe lessons that you've learned. Accomplishments things that can be collected in journaling paper, thinking. Books or some other form of media. There's so much of our life that we are continuously impacting. Others and impacting the world. And if we don't take record of it, it's so easy that things just maybe fall by the wayside. And you don't remember all the things that you have accomplished. Building relationships. So maybe fostering positive relationships with family, with friends, maybe with colleagues. And seeing how your impact in these people's lives create a significant part of your legacy. Another thing I was thinking of is sustainability. Maybe it's considering ways that you can impact the environment. Maybe you're somebody who wants to cut down on the use of plastic, to use more reusable items and create energy towards a healthy environment and creating mat for future generations. Sustainability practices can be part of your legacy. Maybe advocating for a cause I recently. Was a guest on someone's podcast. And I had told them that I'm an advocate for infertility. And they corrected me and they told me I was an activist. And hearing someone say that about me, I bet you there's ways that people see you as an activist for a cause. Because you're championing a cause and maybe a social issue you're passionate about, or maybe change that you want to see created or leaving your mark. On that causes progress is such an amazing way to create legacy for yourself. And feeling as though you're leaving something behind. I also think it's. A really beautiful option to consider leading by example. And maybe it's being a role model in the way that you live your life and the way that you have gone through your infertility journey or your path to childlessness. And be an example and a role model to people that maybe are going to end up like us. That's something that drives me and I know. That there's probably so many people in your life that look at you and see the way that you are navigating your path after infertility. And you can be such a light to them. And you can be a role model with your ethics and with your values and your behavior. Absolutely will inspire others to follow in your footsteps if they and their journey. And they find that they are going to become childless, not by choice, having you lead by example is such a powerful thing. And I also think maybe doing some planning about how you want to leave your matters in order as we age and think about death and where we want to leave our money, where we want to leave the things that we've accumulated, making sure that your assets are distributed in a way that. Reflects your values and your wishes. Even though we don't have kids to leave things behind. There is so much that we can leave behind maybe it's to a cause maybe it's to a person maybe. It's to something that you've been passionate about your whole life. But whatever it is, know that because you don't have kids. Does not mean that you do not have legacy. You have an option every day the minute you put your feet on the floor to create a legacy just by being you every day. Your legacy matters and can be impactful in many more ways because you're touching so many people beyond just having a child. I feel like our legacy as women who are childless. Can be so much greater and so much wide reaching. Know that your legacy matters and that I believe in you. And I know that you are so impactful just by waking up and being you every day. I wanted to tell you that the thrive after infertility mastermind applications are open right now. So if you have been thinking. About how you can start to thrive and feel fulfilled and create community with other women who have been on your journey. The thrive after infertility mastermind is the perfect place for you to do that. The application process is solely just so we know that. We are aligned with one another. What you're seeking is something that I can offer you in the thrive masterminds. So please go on to Londa. Manock. husky.com/thrive. Fill out the application and know that you are saying yes to a journey that will create lifelong friendships with other women who have been on this journey, we will come together weekly. And we will talk about the things that maybe have you feeling stuck. I can't wait for the thrive after infertility and mastermind to start. I know it is going to be an exceptional opportunity for you to create that life. You're so deserving of. So have a beautiful week. I love you. And remember it is never too late to discover your meaning. I'll talk to you next week.
This week on See Us, Hear Us, we are speaking with Taylor Darling, NYS Assemblywoman for the 18th District located on Long Island. Taylor is both passionate for helping those with disabilities, as well as becoming an advocate for those in her community. Her passion for helping those with disabilities shines through her work as she sits on the Committee for People with Disabilities, and recognizes the inequities within the community of people with disabilities. Taylor Darling will discuss her views on streamlining access to resources, training needed to work with people with disabilities, and the importance of paying the proper wages for those who work with those with disabilities and their families.
In this episode, we have the pleasure of hosting Beth Darling, the renowned author of "The 5 Types of Intimacy". Join us as we delve into a captivating conversation with Beth, where she shares her insights and expertise on understanding and nurturing different forms of intimacy in our relationships. From emotional and physical to spiritual and intellectual connection, we explore the depths of human connection and discover valuable strategies for cultivating profound and fulfilling relationships. Tune in for an enlightening discussion with Beth Darling on our podcast!Support the showEVOLVEYOURINTIMACY.COMSex Therapy |Travel | Retreats| Courses| Podcasts | Articles | Blogs, & VlogsAre you looking to enhance your sexual communication skills? Do you crave a safe space to explore your sexual desires with your partner but aren't sure where to start? Look no further than the Evolve Your Intimacy Podcast, hosted by the renowned Dr. Stephanie.Join Certified Sex Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor Dr. Stephanie Sigler as she interviews top experts in the field of clinical sexology, veterans in the lifestyle, and popular influencers, bringing you the most accurate information regarding your sexual health and pleasure. NEW SHOWS EVERY 1 & 3rd SATURDAY at 1pmHost: Dr. Stephanie Sigler CST, LPC, PhD
Accomplished and versatile, Deborah Jean Templin has performed on stage, screen and television. Her most recent appearance was as the inspired, but vocally flawed, wannabe opera diva, Florence Foster Jenkins, in Stephen Temperley's Souvenir. She has performed in the critically acclaimed York Theatre Company's “Musicals in Mufti” series in Darling of The Day, Miss Liberty, Johnny Johnson, and Take Me Along. Theatrical Awards include Richard Burton Award for Acting, Los Angeles; Barrymore Award, Philadelphia for her performance as Kay Goodman in Nite Club Confidential and the New Hampshire Theatre Award for Frau Blucher in Young Frankenstein. Television credits include Gotham “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, What Would You Do? and Midnight Caller. Regional theatre performances include Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage as Mary Stewart in Marx Brothers' Animal Crackers. the Walnut Street Theatre as Dolly in Hello, Dolly!, Hannigan in Annie and The Bird Woman & Miss Andrew in Mary Poppins. On the international stage, she starred at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Arthur Miller's Playing for Time. The Titanic production inspired Templin to create her solo show UNSINKABLE WOMEN: Stories and Songs from the Titanic. Having successfully toured the country with UNSINKABLE WOMEN, Templin created her autobiographical play, SINGING FOR THE COWS. These solo shows have played more than 150 venues, including the New York's Lincoln Center Performing Arts Library Series. Thomas Netter is a New York based performer, director/choreographer, and teacher. He started performing at the age of 5 as Michael in Peter Pan and hasn't stopped since! Other performance credits include the North American Tour of A Charlie Brown Christmas (Charlie Brown), A Gentleman's Guide… (D'Ysquith Family), Matilda (Miss Trunchbull), and many more.
Lift Up is a KZMU storytelling project intending to deepen understanding and empathy within our community and reinforce a sense of safety and belonging for all. // Our next Lift Up storyteller is Kaitlin Myers, a housing advocate, rafter, and glitter enthusiast. She moved to Moab as an Americorps VISTA from Tampa, FL and has lived here year-round for 7 years. She is currently the Executive Director of Moab Community Land Trust. When she's not working, she's hanging with friends, attending community events, rafting, swimming, or bedazzling. // This episode of Lift Up was produced by Ginger Cyan with support from KZMU. // Find Lift Up Season 2 here: www.kzmu.org/lift-up-season-2/ // Music in this interview is Stargazer by Bansheebeat, Adventure, Darling by Gillicuddy, Blue Moment by Koi Discovery, Negative Vortex by Koi Discovery, Shenandoah by Salmon Like The Fish and Zion by Salmon Like The Fish. Lift Up intro music is Chicago by Scott Holmes Music and outro music is Only Knows by Broke for Free. // Image Description: Kaitlin Myers, a person with short hair, looks over heart-shaped sunglasses and holds their hand to their chin.
Sandwiched in between two of our best episodes ever, this instalment of News & Reviews covers off some classic Dinosaur Man genres. We have Alex talking about 'Haunted Mansion' but not the one you'd expect, Andy watching Netflix actioner 'Heart Of Stone', powerful sex work documentary 'Kokomo City', a Shudder original in the form of 'Bad Things' and finally psychological thriller 'Alice, Darling'.
Bri makes his picks for the AFC East (Hard Knocks darling Jets have an elite D and Rodgers/Wilson combo; Dolphins have speed to burn but need Tua to stay healthy; Bills are solid but may need to upgrade the RB position while Patriots WR room is underwhelming.)
The University of California at Berkeley is widely considered one of the most progressive and historically transformative universities in not only the United States, but the world. This is printed all over pamphlets written for prospective students and talked about endlessly by tour guides giving people the privilege to walk through such a prestigious site. What isn't discussed, however, is the other side of that history, the one mired by involvement with the military industrial complex, with the conquest of indigenous lands and with the creation of the greatest mass murder weapon of all time.
In the past few weeks, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis decided to abuse his powers once again as the head of state and remove an elected State Attorney. This time, the 9th Judicial Circuit State Attorney Monique Worrell landed in Governor DeSantis' cross hairs. Today, Hunter is joined by Central Florida Criminal Defense Attorney Andrew Darling to discuss what happened. If you take the story that Governor DeSantis proclaims on face value, you could be led to believe that Worrell was a rouge prosecutor allowing crime to go unpunished. As Andrew points out however, Worrell was a moderately progressive prosecutor who's biggest deviation from the norm was wanting to pursue rehabilitation for youthful offenders, keeping low level drug offenses in diversionary programs, and a willingness to pursue cases against Police for their abuse of power. Guests: Andrew Darling, Criminal Defense Attorney, Central Florida Resources: Gov DeSantis' Executive Order Removing State Attorney Monique Worrell https://www.flgov.com/2023/08/09/governor-ron-desantis-suspends-state-attorney-monique-worrell-for-neglect-of-duty-and-incompetence/ Twitter Thread Explaining the Falsities in Gov DeSantis' Claims https://twitter.com/LutherEvers/status/1689672379776073728 Warren v. DeSantis https://casetext.com/case/warren-v-desantis-1 Follow Andrew on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrDarling4 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrdarling4/ Darling Law: https://darlinglaw.com/ Orange County Court of Clerks 2023CF003924-A-O https://www.myorangeclerk.com/ Indictment of Orange County Deputy Bruce Stolk https://www.clickorlando.com/news/local/2022/04/01/orange-county-deputy-indicted-nearly-2-years-after-shooting-man-during-chase/ Contact Hunter Parnell: Publicdefenseless@gmail.com Instagram @PublicDefenselessPodcast Twitter @PDefenselessPod www.publicdefenseless.com Subscribe to the Patron www.patreon.com/PublicDefenselessPodcast Donate on PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=5KW7WMJWEXTAJ Donate on Stripe https://donate.stripe.com/7sI01tb2v3dwaM8cMN
"Darling. Could you, like, chill for a sec?" We watched "Freaky Friday" (2003) with friend of the pod Devin Lotfi and we want to get a little ear-stud right... there. Man oh man, this movie is fun! Lindsay Lohan and Queen Jamie Lee Curtis are having a blast and it shows on screen - the two are at their best in scenes with each other. We spend some time talking about the 1976 original with Jodie Foster and Barbara Harris, and even the oft forgotten Disney Channel Original Movie (or DCOM if you're nasty) from 1995 with Shelley Long and Gabby Hoffman, but this Mark Waters classic is really the one that has aged like fine wine. Will we ever get a "re-quel" with Jamie Lee and Lindsay? We can only hope. Did Chad Michael Murray's career come to an all-too-abrupt halt? Maybe. Are the early-aughts fashions both great and terrible? Absolutely. Listen, Lindsay is showing that early promise everyone always talked about, Jamie Lee is swinging for the fences with her comedic choices and director Mark Waters would team up again with Linds the following year to give us the utterly homosexual classic "Mean Girls." You're welcome! Now excuse us, we have to apply a hydrating face mask - we look like the Crypt Keeper!! Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! www.patreon.com/moviesthatmadeusgay Facebook/Instagram: @moviesthatmadeusgay Twitter: @MTMUGPod Scott Youngbauer: Twitter @oscarscott / Instagram @scottyoungballer Peter Lozano: Twitter/Instagram @peterlasagna
Darling is the director of the Land Center for Cultural Engagement at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is the bestselling author of several books, including The Original Jesus, The Dignity Revolution, and his newest book, Agents of Grace. In this newest work, Darling explores practical ways we can follow the Bible's command to "strive actively for peace" even in a painfully divided church, country, and world.In a very personal conversation with Trent Dunham, he helps us climb out of cynicism about how the people of God treat each other, especially when we are trying to heal from such pain in our own lives.
SQL Server performance tuning expert Erik Darling joins the podcast today to chat about how good queries can go bad, how bad queries can get better, and the question on everyone's mind: if he was a database, what database would he be? This episode contains some mildly explicit language. Erik's blog: https://erikdarlingdata.com/blog/ Erik's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ErikDarlingData
March 4-11, 1995 This week Ken welcomes Twitch Streamer, Auction curator, and one of the world's greatest cosplayers Taffeta Darling. Ken and Taffeta discuss Texas, Dallas, the burbs, Austin, Robocop, I Like to Singa, TV Theme Songs, tattoos, video games that look like actual cartoons, Cuphead, Kids TV, violence on TV, how superheroes are good for kids, Gargoyles, Claire Danes turning down Schindler's List, My So-Called dialog, whatevers, X-Men the Animated Series, Batman, The Tick, Slim Goodbody, Body Worlds, being easily traumatized, obsession with the macabre, local kids shows, Wishbone, Cowboys of Moo Mesa, comics art, Heritage Auctions, getting used to Frazetta, The Wizard, Kurt Russell, Abe Lincoln's blood, the entire set of Cheers, The Last Starfighter, channel surfing, Beverly Hills 90210, reunion shows, SNL, The Critic and Simpsons crossover, groin hits, People's Choice Awards, country music, Garth Brooks, If Tomorrow Never Comes, Mummies, creepy doll collectibles, Franklin Mint garbage, Fresh Prince, Blossom, Monty Python, James Cameron, BMG Music, Weird Science TV vs Weird Science the movie, Made for TV movies, Deadly Invasion: The Killer Bee Nightmare, Boyz N the Hood edited for network TV, terrible Red Hot Chilli Peppers lyrics, seeing Joey Lawrence at a shopping Mall, Markey Mark, Living Single, Mad About You, Hope & Gloria, TGIF, Boy Meets World, Step by Step, Family Matters, good Tom Hanks movies, Lori Singer, the 5th level of virtual reality, VR.5, being scared of toilets and french kissing from Ghoulies, Marvel's Bronze Age Legion of Monsters, Ghost Rider, nudity on TV, profit from obits, wrestling, 900 numbers, Dan Rather's Comedy Club, and loving and recommending Clarence.
ZooTennis Founder and G.O.A.T. Colette Lewis joins Editor-in-Chief Alex Gruskin to recap the USTA Boys and Girls 18s/16s National Championships. They breakdown title runs from Clervie Ngounoue + Learner Tien, discuss the other standout prospects from the week, and so much more!! Don't forget to give a 5-star review on your favorite podcast app! In addition, add your Twitter/Instagram handle to the review for a chance to win some FREE CR gear!! Episode Bookmarks Tien repeats - 4:41 Cooper Woestendick - 22:48 Coach's Darling? - 26:23 Final Kalamazoo thoughts - 28:16 Clervie - 31:10 Stanford 2024 (Yu + Hui, Glozman the next year) - 41:00 Depth of this group (Lopez, Hovde + Jovic didn't play) - 47:29 Lyutova + Parjea - 50:06 Rumors (Coaching, conference realignment, anything else) - 56:12 San Diego vs. Kalamazoo - 58:30 This episode brought to you by: Tennis Point Discounted Tennis Apparel, Tennis Racquets, Tennis Shoes & Equipment from Nike, adidas, Babolat, Wilson & More! Visit their store today and use the code "CR15" at checkout to save 15% off Sale items. Some Exclusions (MAP Exceptions) apply and code will not work on those items. This code will add 1 FREE CAN of WILSON Balls to the cart at checkout. Tourna CR is excited to partner with Tourna Tennis once again to share their exciting new grip innovation - a longer lasting version of Tourna Grip, which Tourna has spent the last six years researching and developing: Tourna Tuff!! Email email@example.com and mention Cracked Racquets to get a FREE sample! -same gold standard sweat absorption as Tourna Grip -same dry feel -same trademarked blue color -still gets tackier when you sweat PLUS new features: -If you didn't like the original Tourna Grip for its durability, try Tourna Tuff. -Stop blowing on your hands between every point and use a grip that absorbs your sweat! -Stop wiping your hand on your shirt, shorts, and towel constantly and get a grip that actually absorbs sweat! Plain and simple = Cracked Fans use Tourna Tuff. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and mention Cracked Racquets to get a FREE sample! Tennis Channel Podcast Network Visit https://www.tennis.com/pro-game/podcasts/ to stay current on the latest tennis news and trends and enjoy in-depth analysis and dynamic debates. Find Cracked Racquets Website: https://www.crackedracquets.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/crackedracquets Twitter: https://twitter.com/crackedracquets Facebook: https://Facebook.com/crackedracquets YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC12ZE3jU0n52JkeWV1TB21A Email Newsletter: https://www.crackedracquets.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This was originally recorded in 2019 and appeared as Episode 67, when this was sill The Dissect Podcast. Currently we are deep in print, digital, and construction projects that prevent us recording with the frequency we once insisted upon. However, as we went through the archives we discovered some real gems of conversations that merit revisiting.Hoby Darling made us feel like under-achievers once we learned his background. His law degree is from Northwestern, his graduate degrees in business from UC Berkeley and Columbia, and he worked for Volcom and Nike before becoming CEO of Skullcandy, then executive director of Jaybird/Logitech. He has raced Ironman events, competed in CrossFit, and coached a number of top performing athletes. This impressive resumé pales beside his mission, as a founding member of the Liminal Collective, "to advance the limitless potential of humans, preparing and supporting those who take pioneering steps in extreme, unexplored, and unknown spaces." During the podcast we spoke about the Logitech Cognitive Performer Summit, where in 2019, Mark joined a panel to discuss the influence of the natural environment on creative output. The initial impetus of that first summit came from asking, "What does the science of performance look like? And how do you fill a room with people who think alternatively about these theories to discuss and advance ideas derived from but not yet proven by science?" Many scientific positions are old; the experiments were done years ago, and it takes time to peer-review, publish, and then apply the conclusions in the real world to demonstrate actual utility. Besides, "the science" often shuts down (public or common) inquiry by declaring definitive conclusions … which places a box around an idea thus defines the boundaries of future exploration. Traditionally, when it comes to scientific or casual inquiry, attention has focused on physical performance (in sport) because it is visible, but at the highest levels the bodies and capabilities are similar so why are some athletes or performers great? This drives some to examine the influence of cognitive ability on physical performance and oddly enough, as test and analytical capabilities have improved, we've seen that the top performers in E-Sports are making the fastest decisions on the planet under highest cognitive load. This psychological performance used to be invisible — it's only in the last years that we could begin to observe it, and analyze it. If we agree that, "desire is the highest octane fuel that there is," the next question must be, "How do we quantify or measure or reproduce the desire that affects high performance in any arena?"This path of inquiry requires new eyes, new ideas, a conceptual openness disassociated from from the steps and positions previously taken or used. Michael and Hoby used a simple analogy in the conversation regarding the shift away from plastic bottles to contain and transport water towards aluminum cans, which are far more reusable and recyclable ... that's all well and good but also self-limiting. What's the moonshot here? Instead of going from 1 to 1.1 we should be going from the plastic bottle to not needing a container or vessel at all … let's return to 0 and discover a new and different solution. We must be more creative when seeking modern solutions to age-old understanding and the problems those conclusions caused; when you no longer have a hammer you must find a different way to drive the nail … or … you have to become the nail. Our physical experiences have led us to examine the influence of psychological ‘fitness' on performance, learning, and exploration but it's clear that understanding the utility of fitness in the context of such inquiry is lacking. We use the process of developing fitness to teach people how to change behavior … if they learn to control a single aspect of their condition it opens them to the idea that there are other parts of life and behavior one might consciously influence or change. "I don't know how to be the person that I want to be so I sought a guide … I looked for a situation within which there was no judgement about my current condition yet much opportunity to change that condition existed.”Deeper into the conversation we addressed how poorly we as human beings are able to select the right person for a particular task or position; when it comes to choosing quarterbacks, CEOs at start-ups, or the right individual to augment an existing team, "you're better off flipping a coin." Concepts like emotional self-regulation, compassion for others, self-efficacy, the willingness and desire to be curious, resilience and grit do not present during interviews or result from psychometric test … so how do we make better selections? If we can eventually understand that then the outcomes will be more predictable, and better for our species as well as the spinning orb we inhabit. Dig in, this is a good one. https://www.liminalcollective.co/who-we-are
We return from hiatus with a recap of the happenings in emerging markets, including Chinese property problems and Argentinian elections. We juxtapose the echo boom in tech names with the so-called dot com darlings, and look at how those high-flying companies fared in terms of sales growth (outstanding) and investment returns (dreadful). We close with the odds of and implications for a pivot by the Fed. Learn more about Formidable Asset Management, Will Brown, and Adam Eagleston by visiting www.formidableam.com.
Welcome back to Season 3 of Darling! Thank you for joining us on this journey together. Today's episode is a discussion about generalists and specialists, and while both are needed, those of us who are specialists ought not to rely fully on talent alone. It takes more to cultivate and sustain a healthy ministry team than sheer talent. Join us for this conversation today! www.darlingthepodcast.com Have an idea for a future episode, or a story you want to share? I'd love to hear from you! Please write to us at email@example.com. Music by Hymns of the People can be found here at Spotify or Apple Music Hosted by Spotify for Podcasters.
America Out Loud PULSE with Dr. Peter McCullough and Malcolm – Disease X is a term coined by the World Health Organization for an unknown pathogen that could cause a future pandemic, and scientists worldwide are working to develop a vaccine in preparation. Hong Kong Study Finds 58% of COVID-19 Vaccine Myocarditis Confirmed by MRI Not Resolved at One Year...
In the summer of 1961 she was a summer intern in the Kennedy White House; she once said she was probably the only intern that President Kennedy had never hit on. Her second husband was the Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein. She was a journalist, a blogger, an essayist, a novelist, a playwright, an Oscar-nominated screenwriter and a movie director — a rarity in a film industry whose directorial ranks were and continue to be dominated by men. Her box-office successes included “You've Got Mail” , “Julie & Julia” , “Sleepless in Seattle,” and “When Harry Met Sally.” Today's dead celebrity is Nora Ephron. Famous & Gravy is created and co-hosted by Amit Kapoor and Michael Osborne. This episode was produced by Jacob Weiss. Sign up for our newsletter at famousandgravy.com for and also, enjoy our mobile quiz game at deadoraliveapp.com. If you enjoyed this episode, you may also like Episode 47 “Proud Mary” (Mary Tyler Moore) and and Episode 18 “Darling's Critic” (Roger Ebert). Transcript of this episode New York Times Obituary for Nora Ephron Famous & Gravy official website Famous & Gravy on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn Erin Carlson website, author of ‘I'll Have What She's Having' Nora Ephron's commencement speech at Wellesley College Nora Ephron documentary “Everything is Copy” by Jacob Bernstein ‘The Nora Ephron We Forget' article in The New Yorker Dead or Alive Quiz Game Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the immortal words of Betty Rizzo: “Watch it, hey, I'm Doris Day – I was not brought up that way!” While teen stars could always be counted on to keep their pants on in the dying days of Old Hollywood comedy, Doris Day was a unique figure in that she played adult working women who were continually thrown into the most lustful of situations, and never worried audiences that she'd come out the other side without her virtue intact. As one of the biggest box office draws of the era, movie-goers would eagerly await her latest bedroom adventures in which she narrowly escapes certain fornication as frequently as James Bond narrowly escapes certain death. And, like Bond, there's never any doubt that she'll get her man.In this episode, Bart and Jenna delight in some 1960s romcom frivolity as Doris Day turns down every leading man from Rock Hudson and James Garner, to Cary Grant and Rod Taylor. She also manages to do battle with a host of mechanical foes, from Automats and car washes to city-wide blackouts and robot vacuum trash dogs. Our intrepid hosts treat these movies with the seriousness they deserve.The following films are discussed:• Lover Come Back (1961) Directed by Delbert Mann Starring Doris Day, Rock Hudson, Tony Randall• That Touch of Mink (1962) Directed by Delbert Mann Starring Doris Day, Cary Grant, Gig Young• Move Over, Darling (1963) Directed by Michael Gordon Starring Doris Day, James Garner, Polly Bergen• Send Me No Flowers (1964) Directed by Norman Jewison Starring Doris Day, Rock Hudson, Tony Randall• The Glass Bottom Boat (1966) Directed by Frank Tashlin Starring Doris Day, Rod Taylor, Arthur Godfrey• Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? (1968) Directed by Hy Averback Starring Doris Day, Robert Morse, Patrick O'Neal
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I was nervous when I first told my mother I wanted to attend school to learn how to become a pastor. We were not a church-going family. But instead of being disappointed by the news, she was thrilled. “Oh, Johnny!” she beamed. “You would make a darling minister.” Darling is not the word Paul uses in Ephesians 3. In verse 7 he refers to himself as a “servant.” Although the Greek term Paul uses is one that is sometimes translated as “minister,” Paul seems to be using its more common sense, meaning someone who works or serves. Specifically, Paul sees himself as a servant of the gospel. In verse 2, Paul describes his ministry as an “administration of God’s grace.” The Greek word translated “administration” was often used to speak of a household manager or steward. Paul exercised a stewardship of grace by preaching the gospel. By making Christ known, he became an agent of grace to those who received his message. Paul was also a recipient of divine revelation. Specifically, this revelation was the news that “through the gospel the Gentiles are heirs together with Israel, members together of one body, and sharers together in the promise in Christ Jesus” (v. 6). This was new information (v. 9). It had been hinted at in God’s promise that all the nations would be blessed through Abraham (Gen. 18:18). The new thing described in these verses is the church, through which, Paul also says, “the manifold wisdom of God should be made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly realms” (v. 10). What is the nature of this wisdom? It is that in Christ and through faith in Christ, “we may approach God with freedom and confidence” (v. 12). >> This confidence is the reason Paul does not want his readers to be discouraged about his imprisonment. He is more than willing to suffer so they would know the freedom and assurance that comes through the gospel.
Kevin today opened with some Frank, Sonny, and Sam and then talked about how Washington has become a playoff pick public darling for some reason. Then it was Sam Fortier/Washington Post jumping on to talk about the first week of Commanders' camp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TONIGHT! Monday, July 31, 2023 at 8:30pm Central, I'll be going live in our new Facebook group to tell the story of how God provided the new guitar I was able to get as a result of the summer giving campaign. I'll bring the guitar and play a bit as well! Join the Facebook group here. It's Monday of Ordinary Time, Proper 12 in the Church Calendar. July 31, 2023. This week we are following the Daily Office lectionary with an episode Monday through Friday. Praying today with Isaac in New York, USA. Our general order and lectionary comes from the Book of Common Prayer Daily Office. We'll sing “Worthy is the Lamb” by Darlene Zschech and we'll include a prayer of confession. We'll read Psalms 56 and 57 followed by the Gloria Patri. Our Scripture lesson is Acts 15:36-16:5 . We'll say the Apostles' Creed, the Lord's Prayer, and the Collect of the Day. We'll then have a time of prompted prayer. If you have a prayer request please submit it here. Sign up here for the email list. Morning Prayer and Worship is a production of Steady Stream Ministries, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. Thank you for giving to support this ministry. You can go here to find out more. Photo: Inner ring of NGC 1097. Proper 12 - O God, the protector of all who trust in you, without whom nothing is strong, nothing is holy: Increase and multiply upon us your mercy; that, with you as our ruler and guide, we may so pass through things temporal, that we lose not the things eternal; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
This week Patti Welcomes Intuitive healer Sandy Darling to chat Infinite Prosperities, a full circle moment with Patti and Vulture City. That along with Where's Patti, The Willow Report and an all new magick lesson on the Pagan Holiday Llamas! Get you week started with inspirational magick from Patti Negri and The Witching Hour. #InfiniteProsperities #SandyDarling. #TheWitchingHour #Magick
Welcome back to Season 3 of Darling! Thank you for joining us on this journey together. Today's episode is about the importance of always always always putting people over performance. This comes out of my own confessions and mistakes of which I share here. Join us for this conversation that ends with some helpful next steps for anyone with a tendency to focus on getting that perfect performance. www.darlingthepodcast.com Have an idea for a future episode, or a story you want to share? I'd love to hear from you! Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Music by Hymns of the People can be found here at Spotify or Apple Music Hosted by Spotify for Podcasters.
Anna Kendrick (Alice, Darling, Pitch Perfect, Trolls) is an actor. Anna joins the Armchair Expert to discuss her experience being in a toxic relationship, how she feels about the term “gaslighting,” and her strategies in dealing with a traumatic event. Anna and Dax talk about apologizing after having fights with friends, why people sometimes need to vent about their problems, and the dynamic of women being the breadwinners in relationships. Anna explains why she has travel anxiety, how it's important to accept your own successes, and how some people can truly believe their own lies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
You Should Worry About "Don't Worry Darling" with Sean McCann of the Wake the Dead Podcast. Sean McCann Links: https://onegreatworknetwork.com/sean-mccann https://www.storefrontier.com/wakethedead Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doris Day and James Garner star in this remake of the 1940 comedy "My Favorite Wife," about a woman believed to be dead, but found alive after being lost at sea for over five years and discovering her husband is now remarried! Co-starring Polly Bergen, Thelma Ritter, Chuck Connors, Fred Clark, Don Knotts, and John Astin.
Join me as I interview Powerhouse Woman and Minister Jerriann Savelle! In her second appearance on the Julie Tussey Show we delve into Jesus and life, from children to grandparents to family and all it entails we catch up with this Powerhouse and find encouragement and joy in the journey serving Jesus. Visit Jerriann to connect @ http://jerriann.orgQuestions? text 859-407-7673GET Your free APP! SEARCH GJTM (Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries) on your APP STORESupport Julie and the Julie Tussey Show in her mission on the GJTM APP, click "Giving"TO ORDER "You, Darling, are Worth the Fight" Lose Weight and Thrive Like a Boss Through Perimenopause & Menopause SEARCH JULIE TUSSEY ON AMAZON!To Get Your Grace Girls and/or your Floral Journals: Go to Amazon.com and search "JULIE TUSSEY JOURNALS" .BECOME A VIP! VOICE IMPACT PARTNER WITH Gary & Julie Tussey and TheVoice Inc. a 501c3 Non-profit ministry. All gifts are tax deductible-Give Here:The Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries APP-Venmo: thevoiceinc-Cash App: $thevoiceinc-PO Box 263, Richmond, KY 40476BOOKING: email@example.comLIFE COACHING: To schedule your Life Coaching appointment with Julie email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTUSSEY TELEVISION: youtube.com/tusseytelevision Subscribe today!Limitless Live! with Gary & Julie Tussey on Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries APP!SEARCH Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries on your APP STOREJULIE'S SKINCARE, AND WELLNESS: marykay.com/julietussey orTEXT JULIE: 859-407-7673Thank you for listening today and please share, follow, subscribe and/or leave a great review for us today. We appreciate you!!c&p 2023 Julie Tusseyfacebook.com/thejulietusseyshowThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3245015/advertisement
In this weeks episode our heroes catch-up and discuss the films they've been watching over the last week Incl. Don't Worry Darling, Bone Tomahawk, The Outlaws and CREED III. Join Aaron and James for film chat, movie trivia and cinema magic in another thrilling episode of Sorry You're In My Seat. The Podcast that keeps on giving. Subscribe for a new episode every week.
We at Lawful Stupid are a D&D 5e actual play podcast who actually love to play. We love everything about the Tabletop RPG Community and consistently strive to make the world a better place within that community through inclusivity, creativity, charitable acts, and above all else, fantastical heroism. If you want to be a part of the amazing dnd community of artists, creators, and all around amazing fun people that we are building please join us in our discord, send any questions to our email, and consider making a donation to our charity of the month as a part of our Roll for Humanity initiative all found below, or just check out our website for dungeons, dragons, mystery, magic, lore, and love all in one spot. SPONSOR HIGHLIGHTS We have hit 500k downloads! Check out our celebration poster of all our campaign characters now store.lawfulstupid.org. So much thanks goes out to Abon, the Lawful Stupid artist, and Ging, our God Tier Audio engineer. Check out our website https://lawfulstupid.org Join our discord at http://discord.lawfulstupid.org Email us at email@example.com Want to support the show? You can do so at https://Patreon.lawfulstupid.org Check out our Narrative Combat rules at https://www.patreon.com/posts/lawful-stupids-55800965 Buy yourself something pretty at diceenvy.com/lawfulstupid Check out our blog at lawfulstupidadnd5eactualplaypodcast.wordpress.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lawfulstupiddnd/support
Bible Reading: Ephesians 1:3; Hebrews 4:13-16"Happy third birthday, Jake," Elizabeth said, handing her younger brother his present. It was beautifully wrapped up in superhero paper. "Hope you like it."They were having a party outside in the garden for him with some families from church. Jake glanced up before giving a loud shriek and yelling. He left the package on the table and ran inside. Dad followed him."What have I done? Why doesn't he want my gift?" Elizabeth asked, blushing. "I saved up my pocket money to buy him something special. Now he's crying and run off!""Darling, you haven't done anything," Mom said. "He's tired. You know he doesn't like change. It's all been too much for him having so many people around. It's not your fault."Elizabeth couldn't concentrate on the conversations around her. Her thoughts rattled with the memory of Jake and his outburst. Why did I even bother? she thought crossly, taking the unopened gift and throwing it on a chair. Soon Dad calmed Jake down and brought him outside again. Elizabeth struggled to taste the party food she usually loved and was glad when all the visitors had left. Dad took Jake upstairs to get ready for his bedtime story and prayers. "Are you okay, sweetheart?" Mom asked, picking up the unopened gift. "Dad and I are both proud of you and your efforts to make this a special day for your brother.""I'm disappointed, I guess." Elizabeth sighed. "I know feeling overwhelmed is part of Jake's condition, but I wish he'd opened my gift. I was so excited about it.""I know, sweetheart. Your brother is tired, but tomorrow he'll be refreshed and still have your present to look forward to. I'm sure he'll treasure it." Mom gave her a hug. "Life can feel overwhelming for all of us sometimes, but like Jake, we still have wonderful gifts from God that we can enjoy. He fills our lives with blessings, and no matter what we're going through, we can always enjoy the greatest gift of all--the love and presence of Jesus, who understands how we feel and promises to help us through our struggles."Elizabeth smiled as she thought about the gift from God she could enjoy every day--a relationship with His Son, Jesus.-Cindy LeeHow About You?Do you ever feel overwhelmed by what's going on in your life? Even in the midst of struggles, you can enjoy the many blessings God wants to give you. Out of love, God sent His Son, Jesus, to repair the damaged relationship we had with Him. Because of that gift, we never have to face our struggles alone. Jesus is always with us, and He brings new blessings into our lives every day.Today's Key Verse:Be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age. (NLT) (Matthew 28:20 )Today's Key Thought:Enjoy God's blessings
Grant and Paul join Bart for 60 minutes of pure Wisconsin sports bliss. These three nasty guys just love getting to the nuts and bolts of the topics that Wisconsin sports fans care about Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Six a.m. at the MSP airport, a February morning, long lines of sleepy travelers snaking their way toward Security, and I approach the scanner and a TSA lady sees that I haven't removed my shoes and says, “You're not over 75, are you?” and I say, “Darling, you've made an old man very happy,” and she smiles and says, “My pleasure.” I go through the scanner and a TSA guy pats down my back and underarms and I say, “Are we having fun yet?” and he says, “It's a laugh a minute.” Two simple exchanges, two moments of fellowship.Garrison Keillor Jason Keillor, Engineer Jason Keillor, Original Music This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit garrisonkeillor.substack.com/subscribeThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5893629/advertisement