Are you so frustrated that you can't maintain a healthy weight for your body? Are you sick of feeling exhausted? Have brain fog? No energy? Living on caffeine and still don't feel good? You might have poor metabolic health and YOU ARE NOT ALONE!! Only 6.8% of American adults are metabolically healthy! Inflammation is the culprit to metabolic distress! Do these four things to combat it: Combat chronic stress! Keep blood sugar stabilized... no more dips and spikes! Move your body with cardio and strength training and maintain cellular integrity! Don't know how!? It's ok!! I'm here to help! Get more information on Weigh Less Warriors, the program that my business partner and I are writing that will help you each step of the way. You will receive: *Recipes *Workouts *Mindset Shifts *Smart Supplements *Support *Education Sign up here: www.bit.ly/livewell2023 The group starts Dec. 26 so we are all ready to begin after New Years!! I can't wait to support you! Are you subscribed to THE WELL for more health and wholeness resources? www.thewellteam.com/community Join our WELL Facebook group for more support and encouragement to refill daily with faith, self care, health and wellness! Follow me on Insta FREE morning routine guide thewellteam.com/morningroutine Email email@example.com Want to talk? Kari's coaching will help you combat overwhelm and exhaustion to design a life you love through faith, self care, holistic health and habits you love! www.calendly.com/karidaviscoaching for a connection call to see if coaching with Kari is a good fit for you!
Fear. Do you know all its colors? Alarm. Horror. Anxiety. Panic. Scare. Concern. Terror. Despair. Worry. Doubt. Uneasiness. Suspicion. Cowardice. Creeps. Distress. Fright. Trembling. Nightmare. Phobia.Cold feet. Cold sweat. Timidity. Thrill. And so much more. All take away your power and your sound mind. A stable, healthy mind. Capable to process information, to understand, to reason, to act rightly. Wouldn't fear be a good way to bring you down? Episode #42 In control of fear --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ladiesandgentsofgod/message
• We need distress tolerance skills to help us cope with extremely trying or painful moments, or emergency situations. When we're distressed, it's easy to default to clumsy, destructive, or unconscious ways of coping—these are false coping mechanisms. • Self-soothing is a way to acknowledge and accept pain that is inevitable—without making it any bigger than it should be. It is not distraction or avoidance, but about anchoring in the present using your five senses—a technique called grounding. • TIPP stands for temperature, intense exercise, paced breathing, and paired muscle relaxation, all of which can help lower physiological arousal. Try cold water, vigorous movement, or breathing exercises to calm the limbic system.• Practice radical acceptance, which doesn't mean we like what is happening, only that we have agreed to not fight with reality. Acknowledge how you feel and the reality of the situation and remind yourself of what matters.• The ACCEPTS acronym (Activities, Contribute, Comparisons, Emotions, Push away, Thoughts, and Sensations) can help you better tolerate momentary distress—although not for the longer term.• With anxiety, our goal is not to force ourselves not to worry, but to worry more efficiently. Scheduling worry time puts you in proactive control and helps you gain distance. • Notice the anxiety, write down the time you'll postpone to—with the duration and content—then follow through as agreed. • Mental noting and focused mundane tasks can help you turn anxious moments into opportunities for mindfulness. #ACCEPTS #Selfsoothing #StopNegativeThinking #TIPP #MasterTheArtOfDistressToleranceAndSelf-Soothing #RussellNewton #NewtonMG #StopNegativeThinking
What's more peaceful than a quiet night in a cabin in the woods? This is a horror movie podcast…the answer is literally anything else. Join us as we get into our comfies, discuss Shay's crush on Kate Siegel, and revisit the infamous ding ding fwee in 2016's Hush. Follow us on Instagram at @thewhorrorspodcast Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Artwork by Gabrielle Fatula (email@example.com) Music: Epic Industrial Music Trailer by SeverMusicProd Standard Music License Works Referenced: How Deafness in Horror Evolved Beyond Damsels in Distress by Kristen Lopez: https://www.indiewire.com/2020/10/mike-flanagan-hush-deafness-in-horror-1234593748/ Hush IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5022702/ Hush Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hush_(2016_film) What a Movie Like Hush Means for Disabled Representation by Kristen Lopez: https://filmschoolrejects.com/how-hush-brings-disability-into-the-light-58b7b1447af7/
On this week's Dream Business Radio Show, I interview Jevon Wooden. Jevon is an Army Veteran, certified mindset and perception coach, author, speaker, and founder of Live Not Loathe, LLC. This was a powerful interview on so many levels, do not miss it! Download MP3 Connect with Jevon on their website: https://www.livenotloathe.com
Since the covid pandemic there has been an alarming rise in people presenting with mental health problems. Today we speak with Christian psychiatrist Daniel Maughan to better understand why this might be happening, how our mental healthcare systems are coping (or not), and how his faith intersects with his work diagnosing and treating those with psychosis. Can professional mental healthcare workers bring their Christianity into the treatment room? What can we do to protect ourselves and especially our younger people from this tsunami of anxiety and depression? And has society over-corrected in its desire to eradicate mental health stigma? Subscribe to the Matters of Life and Death podcast: https://pod.link/1509923173 If you want to go deeper into some of the topics we discuss, visit John's website: http://www.johnwyatt.com For more resources to help you explore faith and the big questions, visit: http://www.premierunbelievable.com
Host Mary Swander interviews Ranae Lenor Hanson about her new book: Watershed: Attending to Body and Earth in Distress. A personal health crisis, stories from environmental refugees, and our climate in danger prompt a meditation on intimate connections between the health of the body and the health of the ecosystem.Become a premium member of AgArts From Horse and Buggy Land and gain access to bonus interviews, books, postcards, poetry critiques and have Mary join you and a small group for a reading. Visit: https://agarts.supercast.com/Your donation to AgArts From Horse and Buggy Land helps make this podcast a sustainable business and allows us to do this work. We could not do it without you. Thank you for your support. Make your donation: https://www.agarts.org/donate/AgArts is a non-profit organization based in Kalona, Iowa, whose mission is to imagine and promote healthy food systems through the arts. The Executive Director and host of AgArts From Horse and Buggy Land is award-winning author Mary Swander. https://maryswander.com/. Learn more about AgArts: https://www.agarts.org/Say hello on Facebook and InstagramListen on Apple PodcastsListen on SpotifyToday's episode was produced and mixed by Rick Brewer of Brewhaha Audio Productions.
This week on the podcast Caitlin Plant, Program Manager at Distress and Crisis Ontario, shares information on how to support someone who may be in an abusive relationship, whether they are ready to leave it or not, and how to create a safety plan for leaving an abusive situation if you are in one. To connect with support related to this episode, or for anything else going on in your life, please visit www.dcontario.org/locations to find your nearest Member centre or use the “looking for support” sidebar to chat with ONTX. ONTX can also be reached by texting “SUPPORT” to 258258. Many of our Member centres operate 24/7 and ONTX is available from 2PM – 2AM EST, daily. If you would like to provide feedback on this episode, past episodes, or request future content, you can do so using the following link: https://forms.gle/o8yUPMss6wo8dP1X8. Thank you for listening, we hope you'll join us again next week.
Many, after they have obtained some saving comfort, are again involved in darkness and trouble. It is with them as it was with the Christian Hebrews, Heb. x. 32. -After ye were illuminated ye endured a great fight of afflictions.- Some through a melancholy habit and distemper of body, together with Satan's temptations, spend a great part of their lives in distress and darkness, even after they have had some saving comfort.
A new MP3 sermon from The Narrated Puritan is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Fear, Trouble, Distress of Mind Experienced By New Converts Subtitle: The Narrated Puritan - T M S Speaker: Jonathan Edwards Broadcaster: The Narrated Puritan Event: Audio Book Date: 11/27/2022 Bible: Hebrews 10:32 Length: 4 min.
“This time last year, most profitable time to mine ever in Bitcoin; people shovelling money in as quickly as they can. Less than 12 months later, it's the least profitable time to mine ever. It's very difficult to make massive strategic pivots in that amount of time.”— Nick HansenNick Hansen is the CEO of Bitcoin mining software firm Luxor Technologies. In this interview, we discuss the distress within the Bitcoin mining industry caused by a perfect storm of leverage, stagnant value, huge growth in capacity, energy price shocks and wider headwinds affecting investment. This could become a national security issue.- - - - Exactly one year ago, US Bitcoin mining companies were posting record quarterly profits. A huge amount of investment followed China's mining ban making North America the centre of global Bitcoin mining. It spurred the development of mega miners: companies developing industrial-scale operations. These companies started building out new sources of energy and developing unique relationships with grid operators. And Bitcoin's price was at an ATH.Roll on one year, and the industry is facing a potential crisis. Bitcoin price is at 2-year lows, the hash rate is at an all-time high, investment is drying up due to a range of issues, rig prices have tanked, whilst a swath of companies are struggling to manage debt obligations. Add to this the wider fallout as a result of the FTX collapse. It really is a perfect storm. At the same time, companies are being buffeted by widespread disinformation, and polarised attacks predicated on energy usage concerns. Regulators seeking to acquiesce to those promoting FUD, have considered, recommended, and brought forward poorly designed rules. See the NY moratorium on PoW mining using fossil fuels just passed into law. This is more than a parochial issue for the Bitcoin community. Bitcoin mining provides an unprecedented opportunity for wider society. It's the basis for an alternative to a broken economic system and the means with which to incentivise and support the energy transition at scale. It is the industry to help the US navigate a host of strategic problems. Bitcoin mining is, fundamentally, a national security issue. Its protection should be our primary focus.- - - - This episode's sponsors:Gemini - Buy Bitcoin instantlyLedn - Financial services for Bitcoin hodlersBitcasino - The Future of Gaming is hereFidelity - Careers in cryptoLedger - State of the art Bitcoin hardware walletWasabi Wallet - Privacy by defaultBCB Group - Global digital financial Services-----WBD585 - Show Notes-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show by doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: BitcoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.
Sarah explores the interaction between Naomi and Ruth and explores how we can respond when we find ourselves going through hardships as Naomi found herself doing, or in a position of caring for someone going through hardships - as Ruth did.
Steve Kelly has a strong family heritage link to Newfoundland and Labrador. Originating from Burlington, a bedroom community of Boston, MA.Steve's family, the Myrick's, were the Cape Race lighthouse keepers for over a hundred years and it was his Great Uncle that received the initial distress message from the RMS TITANIC. The Myrick Wireless Interpretation Centre at the lighthouse is named after his family.For more information visit: https://www.newfoundlandlabrador.com/plan-and-book/attractions/11782988Also https://mistakenpoint.ca/ provides this information:Myrick Wireless Interpretation CentreThe Myrick Wireless Interpretation Centre immerses visitors in the earliest days of wireless communication and telegraphy in Newfoundland, when Cape Race was one of the busiest Marconi stations in North America. It is named for the Myrick family who lived and worked at Cape Race from 1874 until 2007, serving as light keepers, fog alarm operators, telegraphers and wireless operators. Knowledgeable guides help bring history to life as they share the remarkable moments that once happened there in electric detail.The centre is open from July – mid Sept.#galeforcewins is an inspirational podcast with New episodes every Tuesday evening on Youtube or wherever you get your podcasts.You can also visit https://galeforcewins.com/To message Gerry visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerrycarew/To message Allan visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allanadale/
Part One of the Good Morning Football Podcast begins with the Chiefs impressive win over the Chargers. Hosts Jamie Erdahl, Kyle Brandt, Super Bowl Champion Jason McCourty, and Mike Garafolo move onto the Cowboys dominant victory over the Vikings. Could Dallas still look to add OBJ? The Patriots kept their streak over the Jets alive, but is there concern over Zach Wilson's words after the loss? Plus, after a 10 point comeback win over the Colts, Eagles HC Nick Sirianni let his thoughts be known about the firing of Frank Reich. Stay tuned for Nate Burleson and Game Balls coming in Part Two! The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Morning Devotions and Meditations designed to bring Spiritual Insight to your daily life.The Keys to a Life in Focus are Wisdom, Courage, Strength, Faith, Commitment, Confidence, Boldness, and Discernment.Music composed by: MIKE OUTLAND MUSICPsalm 25: 16-17Loneliness, Sorrow, and Distress can rob you of the Joy of Life.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Julie Gatza, the Co-founder of the Florida Wellness Institute, and a chiropractic physician with more than 30 years of clinical practice. Together they discuss Seasonal Digestive Distress: putting an end to fall tummy troubles and bloat.
In today's episode we will moving on to the next pillar of total wellness, Pillar #3 Stress Management. Last week we covered pillar #2 Nutrition and the week before that we covered Pillar #1 movement. so if you haven't listened to those episodes yet, I recommend going back and listening to them first, as this was a presentation that I gave to a company and it had a certain order and flow to it.We are breaking the topic of TOTAL WELLNESS down into four important pillars. So the goal is to learn how important these big rocks are and how we can leverage them to improve our Total Wellness.. I'll bring up what we covered in that presentation but we are also going to go much deeper on each topic.Total Wellness is a large subject.. and four really important pillars to total wellness are… Movement, Nutrition, Stress Management and Sleep.Today, we will touch on some of the struggles that we currently see with the way our society is experiencing and managing stress. Then we will discuss strategies and tips on how to boost our stress management pillar to optimal status.References: Book: “Why Zebras Dont Get Ulcers” byRobert M. Sapolsky Dr. Stephen Cabral IG: @stephencabral Book: Rain Barrel Effect Mentions: Wim Hoff Professor Andrew Huberman (podcast “Huberman Lab Podcast”) Brain.fm App(First month Free, then 20% offsubscription)Discount Code: coachdamien_sd Eatdirtfood.comDiscount code (10% off entire order):DirtyDamien Links:IG:@coachdamien_sd@damienrayevans@livinthedream_podcast YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS6VuPgtVsdBpDj5oN3YQTgFB:https://www.facebook.com/coachdamienSD/
Розглядаємо мистецтво не як форму, а як практику – разом з Богданом Шумиловичем: «Культура – це те, за що вбивають. Нею не можна легковажити». Говоримо про Щекавицю та вітальність у відчуті кінця світу: «Щоб не плакать, я сміялась. Українці будуть ржати, не зважаючи ні на що. Ця риса навколо нас, бо життя перемагає нежиття. Один світлячок у темноті нічого не змінює, але він дає сигнал, що може бути краще. Крім нас більше нема, кому перемагати, тому світіться та не гасніть». Подкаст UKRAINE UNMUTED з Євгенією Нестерович – це спільний проєкт Radio SKOVORODA та Інституту стратегії культури з нагоди п'ятого триєнале сучасного українського мистецтва «Український зріз» у Каунасі. Слухайте на SoundCloud, Spotify, Google та Apple podcasts. Подкаст вдалось створити в межах програми Supporting Journalim in Distress, яку реалізує ГО «Львівський медіафорум» за підтримки National Endowment for Democracy (NED).
In this week's episode, we dive into the latest news surrounding the CPI print, cracks in the housing market, and the ‘Tech Wreck' that is dragging the markets down. In CRE, Research Director, Stephen Buschbom joins to talk through REIT earnings and student housing loan distress. We also provide recent negative multifamily and office stories. Tune in now. Episode Notes: • Economic news(0:26) • CPI numbers (11:02) • Impact of election on CRE (15:08) • Tech wreck (16:32) • REIT earnings: overview(19:20) • Office REITs (21:11) • Office news (27:43) • Crabgrass (32:23) • Multifamily price reset (39:30) • Student housing loan distress (42:44) • Shoutouts (46:41) Questions or comments? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Trepp: Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
Psalm 18 is a wonderful Psalm of David. In verses 1-3, David begins this Psalm with an expression of his devotion and love for Jehovah! In verse 1, David expressed his love “I will love you…”. In verse 2, he expressed his faith, “in whom I will trust”. And in verse 3, he expressed his hope, “so shall I be saved…”. After expressing his devotion, David described his distress (vv. 4-6). He pictured himself as a man who had been hemmed in on every side, caught in a trap, bound with cords, and thrown into the water to drown. (See Psalms 88:16-18; 69:2, 15; 124:4; Job 22:11.) So what did David do, and how did he respond to his distress? He said, “In my distress, I called upon the LORD, and cried out to my God.” David turned to Jehovah, his great and awesome God to help him in his distress! Do you feel like you are about to drown, and you are going under for the last time? David said that when he cried, that the “Lord heard his voice from his temple in heaven and his cry came before Him, even to His ears.” David wrote about this again in Psalm 65:2, “O You who hear prayer, To You all flesh will come.” My friend, please believe that the Lord will hear your cry and plea for help today because He will!!!! In verses 7-19, David describes how the Lord answered and his great God began to act on his behalf. The great deliverance (vv. 7-19) God sent is depicted as a storm. The Lord had been longsuffering with King Saul, but now His anger arose and began to shake things, like an earthquake and an erupting volcano (vv. 7-8; Ex. 15:8; Deut. 32:22). God came down in a storm, like a warrior in a chariot, carried along swiftly by a cherub. (See Gen. 3:24; Ex. 25:18; 2 Kings 19:15; Ezek. 1, 10). He was accompanied by darkness, rain, wind, hail (a rare thing in the Holy Land), thunder, and lightning (His arrows, v. 14; see 77:17, 144:6). All because David called on the Lord! (v. 6). At just the right time, God reached down and delivered David (vv. 16-19). Like Moses, he was drawn out of the water (Ex. 2:10). The enemy fell in defeat, but David stood firm, supported by the Lord (23:4). He was now king of Israel. Ten years of exile were ended, his life had been spared, and his ministry lay before him. Read these verses of God's deliverance and be encouraged today: Psalm 18:7-19 – “Then the earth shook and trembled; The foundations of the hills also quaked and were shaken, Because He was angry. Smoke went up from His nostrils, And devouring fire from His mouth; Coals were kindled by it. He bowed the heavens also, and came down With darkness under His feet. And He rode upon a cherub, and flew; He flew upon the wings of the wind. He made darkness His secret place; His canopy around Him was dark waters And thick clouds of the skies. From the brightness before Him, His thick clouds passed with hailstones and coals of fire. The LORD thundered from heaven, And the Most High uttered His voice, Hailstones and coals of fire. He sent out His arrows and scattered the foe, Lightnings in abundance, and He vanquished them. Then the channels of the sea were seen, The foundations of the world were uncovered At Your rebuke, O LORD, At the blast of the breath of Your nostrils. He sent from above, He took me; He drew me out of many waters. He delivered me from my strong enemy, From those who hated me, For they were too strong for me. They confronted me in the day of my calamity, But the LORD was my support. He also brought me out into a broad place; He delivered me because He delighted in me.” My friend, God delights in you and is waiting for you to call upon Him for help! God bless!
Many of us were taught to hide our difficult experiences and emotions because it would indicate that we're crazy, unsuccessful or broken. But what if, instead, these feelings are wakeup calls for positive change? In this talk , you'll hear from Meg Mateer who shares stories from leaders who have embraced difficult feelings, grief, mental health challenges, addictions, and other forms of distress and used it to positively transform their lives. You'll also learn about groundbreaking research that asks us to rethink how we relate to our distress. Finally, you'll discover why distress is not only important for individual healing, but as a key to help solve our biggest societal challenges. Meg Mateer is an organizational psychologist and consultant at the intersection of leadership and social impact. She is a teacher and coach at The School of Life, a social impact consultant at Better Future, the host of the “Break Down. Wake Up.” podcast and the founder of Empatiko. Meg's approach is informed by more than 14 years of experience in business strategy, change management, psychology, and learning design and lessons from two of her biggest teachers, her anxiety and depression. She is dedicated to the power of diversity and passionate about creating contexts and tools for mutual learning and group transformation.
Робимо українське мистецтво гучнішим. Разом з Євгенією Нестерович та Яриною Шумською – художницею, перформеркою та дослідницею мистецтва. «Мистецтво не транслює страх перед смертю. Усі ми рано чи пізно закінчимо свій земний шлях. Питання більш глобальне: що я можу зробити, поки я тут? У світу є питання, на які ми маємо відповідати. У тому числі завдяки мові мистецтва». Як змінилося сприйняття та репрезентація українського мистецтва закордоном за останні 10 років? Як розказати про Україну через перформанс? Чи розуміє світова публіка українську адженду? Про що можна говорити у творах і як (не) травмувати аудиторію? Чи мають українські митці громадянський обов'язок? Як передати біль через мистецтво? «Сховище перестало сприйматися тільки як фізичне укриття. Найкращим сховищем для людини є людина. Справжнє відчуття захищеності приходить з можливістю побути разом». Подкаст UKRAINE UNMUTED з Євгенією Нестерович – це спільний проєкт Radio SKOVORODA та Інституту стратегії культури з нагоди п'ятого триєнале сучасного українського мистецтва «Український зріз» у Каунасі. Слухайте на SoundCloud, Spotify, Google та Apple podcasts. Подкаст вдалось створити в межах програми Supporting Journalim in Distress, яку реалізує ГО «Львівський медіафорум» за підтримки National Endowment for Democracy (NED).
Andrew Hafitz is a veteran editor who has worked on some of the most unique films of all time. After graduating from Yale, and parleying a foray into copywriting, the New Jersey native gained experience in apprentice and assistant editor roles on several films, including Ang Lee's Sense and Sensibility. He edited multiple feature films prior to working on Whit Stillman's 1998 film Last Days of Disco (Chloe Sevigny; Kate Beckinsale; Matt Ross; Robert Sean Leonard), with whom he later collaborated with on Damsels in Distress in 2011 (Adam Brody; Greta Gerwig). Another major collaborator of note is the interesting Larry Clark; Andrew edited the seminal Bully in 2001 (Bijou Phillips; Leo Fitzpatrick; Nick Stahl; Michael Pitt), and Ken Park (2004). Other acclaimed films Andy has edited include Keane (Damian Lewis; Amy Ryan; Abigail Breslin); Here (Peter Coyote; Ben Foster); Very Good Girls (Naomi Foner; Dakota Fanning; Elizabeth Olsen); Angelica (Jena Malone); Naz & Maalik (Jay Dockendorf); Equity (Anna Gunn); the Tony Gilroy/Brad Anderson, Beirut (Jon Hamm; Rosamund Pike); Charlie Says (Mary Harron); and The Evening Hour (Lili Taylor). He is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University. In our conversation, we discussed his collaborations with Whit Stillman and Larry Clark; editing film and the era of digital filmmaking; his relationship with Todd Solondz; and the experiences governing his evolving perception of filmmaking and being a prolific editor.Opening Credits: HoliznaCC0 - Grunge; Closing Credits: PSRV - Túneis
Whats up Grizz Nation! Welcome to the No Bluffin Podcast! On our first episode, Chris introduces co-hosts Luke (@luketeno) and Nicole (@NicoleOnBeale) and they walk through their first moments of becoming Grizzlies fans. We then talk about our thoughts on this season, the Dillon, I mean elephant in the room, and how Taylor Jenkins has continued to elevate and take his coaching to the next level. Make sure to listen all the way through for Nicole's No Bluffin News, Luke's Player of The Week, and Chris' Highlight of the Week breakdown! The squad ends the pod giving an unanimous prediction for next weeks record and it may surprise you. The No Bluffin Podcast will be dropping each Monday on all audio platforms and and the video portion will start dropping on Tuesday's so give us a subscribe on YouTube as well! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEPEpZXY6lA5L3wzTSlHPtg Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/thenobluffinpod https://mobile.twitter.com/chriman_ https://mobile.twitter.com/nicoleonbeale https://mobile.twitter.com/luketeno Instagram & TikTok coming soon! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grizz901/support
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss Christian McCaffrey putting on a show in the 49ers' win over the Rams, Patriots-Jets, Giants-Seahawks and Geno Smith's impressive play through seven weeks (3:45), before talking about the wild finish to Panthers-Falcons, the Saints' shut-out victory over the Raiders, Titans-Texans, Week 7's biggest losers and more (42:53). Then they guess the lines for NFL Week 8 (54:05), before closing the show with Parent Corner (1:15:24). Host: Bill Simmons Guest: Cousin Sal Producer: Kyle Crichton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this program, Dr. Anda Kuo and Alicia Lieberman, Ph.D., discuss how to address trauma and resiliency for people with developmental disabilities. Series: "Developmental Disabilities Update" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38149]
In this program, Dr. Anda Kuo and Alicia Lieberman, Ph.D., discuss how to address trauma and resiliency for people with developmental disabilities. Series: "Developmental Disabilities Update" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38149]
We need to collectively start to care for those forces, so they don't become monsters of continued colonial oppression, internally and externally.
I have a chat with Charmaine Fuller (who is a coach for neurodivergent moms) about her experience having a toxic client-coach relationship with a coach she previously hired. We discuss the red flags and green flags to look out for before hiring a coach and share our experiences with setting boundaries with our own clients.Connect with Charmaine here. Join My Community For Women with Narcissistic ParentsSchedule a confidential conversation with me here. Connect with me at @marieelliscook on Instagram to stay up to date on all Cook Coterie projects.Mental health resources:USA:Distress & Lifeline: 1800 273 8255Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741 741Domestic Violence Helpline: 1800 799 7233Victim Connect: support for victims of crime: 855 484 2846MTC program: maketheconnection.net/resources/spread-the-wordSINGAPORE:TOUCHline (Counselling) – 1800 377 2252Institute of Mental Health's Mental Health Helpline (6389-2222)Samaritans of Singapore (1800-221-4444)Silver Ribbon Singapore (6385-3714)Big Love Child Protection Specialist Centre (6445-0400)HEART @ Fei Yue Child Protection Specialist Centre (6819-9170)PAVE Integrated Services for Individual and Family Protection (6555-0390)Project START (6476-1482)TRANS SAFE Centre (6449-9088)UK:Mind: mental health support: 0300 123 3393SANE: mental health support: 0300 304 7000National Stalking Helpline: 0808 802 0300CANADA:Distress Centre https://www.dcottawa.on.ca/They are open 10am to 11pm EST and you can chat by phone or text. Their number is Distress: 613-238-3311 | Crisis: 613-722-6914 or 1-866-996-0991For a list of Canadian crisis centres: https://thelifelinecanada.ca/help/call/NEW ZEALAND:Lifeline: 0800 543354Depression Helpline: 0800 111 757 (Text 4202)AUSTRALIA:Lifeline Crisis Support: 13 11 14
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TGIF everyone and joining the Two Tony's is Oscar Delgado, the original producer of the show and they share memories of when they started, as well as what is going on for the future. Father Anthony also talks about the funeral he had before the show too. This leads to a big, serious discussion on what is going on not only within the church, but society as a whole. Oscar also shares about his movie that is out on Saint Michael. https://ststanschurch.org/
«Українська культура, занедбана державою та суспільством, виробила таку стійкість, що зараз є однією з найпрогресивніших галузей». Про набір лінз для пояснення української культури закордоном, стрибок у залученості там наших спеціалістів, фору завдяки причетності до західних інституцій – говоримо з Оксаною Форостиною, яка є кураторкою дискусійної програми «Український зріз» UKRAINE UNMUTED, редакторкою збірки текстів до цього проєкту, стипендіаткою програми Europe's Futures Інститут наук про людину в Відні. Чому важливо створювати контекст? Яким має бути входження України у західний культурний світ? Як перейти на наступний рівень, коли український голос лунатиме не лише у розмовах про Україну? Подкаст UKRAINE UNMUTED з Євгенією Нестерович – це спільний проєкт Radio SKOVORODA та Інституту стратегії культури з нагоди п'ятого триєнале сучасного українського мистецтва «Український зріз» у Каунасі. Слухайте на SoundCloud, Spotify, Google та Apple podcasts. Подкаст вдалось створити в межах програми Supporting Journalim in Distress, яку реалізує ГО «Львівський медіафорум» за підтримки National Endowment for Democracy (NED).
Author Myles D. Moody, Courtney S. Thomas Tobin, and Christy L. Erving discuss their article, "Vicarious Experiences of Major Discrimination and Psychological Distress among Black Men and Women," published in the November 2022 issue of Society and Mental Health.
Psychologist Ariana Moran talks through her practice of working with clients experiencing climate distress. We end with a much bigger discussion about what it means to be living in a society experiencing a changing and challenging world.
In a special guest episode, we welcome Tony Yousif, Director of National Accounts at SVN. We dive into the latest in commercial real estate distress, with Tony sharing a boots-on-the-ground view of asset classes to watch, trends by geography, and the difference among types of lenders. Tony shares where the opportunities are and where some may get stuck in the mud. Tune in now. Episode Notes: - Background (0:21) - Property type coverage (5:26) - Geographical trends (7:11) - What's happening in multifamily? headwinds (9:05) - Typical timing for valuation requests and transactions (14:40) - What are lenders seeing? (17:53) - Is the extend and pretend appetite across the board? (25:35) - Office conversions (30:38) - Office occupancy sentiment (33:00) - Where's the opportunity right now? (35:48) Questions or comments? Contact us at email@example.com. Follow Trepp: Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
Jonathan Lair, Pastor of All Peoples Church South Bay in Chula Vista, CA shares a stirring message about finding God's favor through overcoming trials. This message will challenge your faith and mindset. Don't Miss it! Allpeoples.tv - For more equipping resources allpeoplessouthbay.org - To Learn more about All Peoples South Bay All Peoples South Bay on Instagram
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GIRL!! It is time to stop dieting if.... 1.) You have low energy. You are fatigued and always exhausted. You have poor workout performance. Your body isn't recovering from your workouts very quickly. 2.) Frequently sick and just can't seem to catch a break with getting colds, flue, allergies, infections, etc... 3.) You struggle often with brain fog, anxiety, lack of focus, depression, you are often irritable. You struggle falling asleep & staying asleep. 4.) Poor Skin Quality. Brittle hair, losing hair and see it thinning. Dark spots on skin, dry skin. 5.) Low sex drive, irregular menstrual cycle. 6.) Digestive issues 7.) Injury Prone It's time to start re-feeding your metabolism. Reverse diet and build up to maintenance and stay there. Click here for my Reverse Diet Guide for help in how to repair & learn to re-feed your metabolism to get off the diet train. If you haven't had a chance please subscribe to The Fit Fun Macro Mom Podcast & leave a written review. I am so thankful to read all the reviews and hear how this show impacts your life! Learn: www.mybodybyjess.com Connect: firstname.lastname@example.org IG: www.instagram.com/bodybyjess
Obsessions are unwanted, intrusive thoughts; compulsions are unwarranted, involuntary behaviors. Though different, they often go together, for compulsions pose as protection from the imagined bad consequences of obsessions. They tend to escalate, demanding more time and attention: spontaneity is sacrificed to schedule, desire surrenders to compliance, and aliveness is stifled by stiffness. OCD's insistence on “rightness” attempts to deny feelings, especially anger, neediness, and desire, displacing them onto rigid exercise routines, midnight phone scrolling, finicky dietary convictions, and other attempts to serve performance and perfection. Marie-Louise von Franz, Jung's close collaborator, says, “Every content of the unconscious with which one is not properly related tends to obsess one, for it gets at us from behind…You can either be possessed by a content constellated in the unconscious, or you can have a relationship to it. The more one represses it, the more one is affected by it.” When the unconscious is denied, it turns to unwanted forms of expression. Dream I am standing in a field in winter. The earth is cold and hard. I have a simple, woven cloth wrapped around my head and am carrying a basket in the crook of my arm. I am in the field to harvest potatoes. I work slowly and methodically moving up and down the rows, but at some point I realize that the crops that I am harvesting are upside down. The potatoes sit neatly atop the earth, and it is only when I pull them up that I can see all the green parts of the plant. This realization doesn't faze me however, and I continue to harvest. As I work, I am aware of a sense of great peace. I bend to pick up yet another potato, and realize that there is no resistance, for the potato has no stem, leaves, or roots. It is a solitary object. I stand and hold the potato in the palm of my hand. It is fairly small, and somewhat paler than the rest. All of a sudden, the potato sprouts small white wings which begin to flutter. The potato hovers above my hand for a few moments, and then flies away. I watch it against the sky and am suddenly aware that the sky has become a brilliant blue, whereas in the beginning of the dream it was a heavy, pearly grey that threatened snow. I awake with a feeling of enormous well-being. References Nancy J. Dougherty and Jacqueline J. West. The Matrix and Meaning of Character: An Archetypal and Developmental Approach. https://www.amazon.com/Matrix-Meaning-Character-Archetypal-Developmental/dp/0415403006/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1QN7XN37XLB19&keywords=the+matrix+and+meaning+of+character&qid=1664830176&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIwLjI4IiwicXNhIjoiMC4zMCIsInFzcCI6IjAuMzUifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=The+Matrix+and+Meaning+of%2Caps%2C82&sr=8-1 Nancy McWilliams. Psychoanalytic Diagnosis: Understanding Personality Structure in the Clinical Process. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=psychoanalytic+diagnosis+by+nancy+mcwilliams&crid=3LSO6NZR4L3XT&sprefix=Psychoanalytic+Diagnosis%2Caps%2C84&ref=nb_sb_ss_deep-retrain-50-ops-acceptance_1_24