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Best podcasts about dreading

Latest podcast episodes about dreading

The Platformers Podcast
Episode 199 - The Quesadilla Of Norse Myth (Our Favorite Games Of All Time #6-10) (feat. Andrew Wolf)

The Platformers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 128:44


In this episode, Brian Barnett, Chris Shriver, and Joshua Mobley are joined by Andrew Wolf to continue the discussion of our Top 20 Games Of All Time (this time #10-6), Metroid Dread, accessibility in games, and much more. Enjoy! This episode was also streamed on Twitch.tv/PlatformersPod and is archived on YouTube.com/PlatformersPod. POTENTIAL EPISODE TITLES (EACH "+" IS A HOST VOTE): The Wolf Returns | A 30-Year-Old Bachelor, Looking For Love | PC Do What Nintendon't | Blood Porne | Bloodporne On A Monday | ++Chekov's Trophy List | I Spent College Playing DOTA 2 | +A Million Honzos | +Addicted To T-Spins | Straightedge, But Weed | IRC DTF | -=SF=- M4D-C4T | ++Like Tears In The Rain, Like A Fart In The Wind, Wolf Was Gone | ++Blame The Cat For My Failings | Why The F | Were You...Dreading...It? | +I'm Better Than You At These Games | Oc Ah Randa | ++Mess With The Best, Die Like The Rest | +++The Quesadilla Of Norse Myth | TOPICS & TIMESTAMPS: 0:26 - Andrew Wolf Introduction & Insane Previous Episode Titles | 5:48 - Metroid Dread | 22:57 - Top 20 Games Of All Time (#10-6) | 1:54:03 - Nickelodeon All-Stars Brawl | TAGS: #Entertainment #Podcast #VideoGames

MIND your hormones
Dreading your next period? This one's for you!

MIND your hormones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 12:57


When your period is less than ideal, it's easy to hate on it. But today we're reframing that & talking about how we can LOVE our period no matter what it's like right now because it's our body's way of giving us info we need to improve our overall health. Our cycle is our 5th vital sign so it is always responding to our inner health. It's our body's fire alarm that we must pay attention to if we want be the healthiest version of ourselves.Interested in my signature course Mind Your Hormones 101 : Your Roadmap To a Hormone Healthy Lifestyle? Addressing your root cause  holistically & creating a hormone healthy lifestyle for long term success. Text "MIND" to 516-430-5144 or click HERE! I run this a few times a year. This is for the woman who wants to learn how to heal herself. How to address the root cause of what's going on in her body. How hormones affect her body & how she can use nutrition, lifestyle & supplementation to naturally balance them & create a hormone healthy lifestyle for long term, sustainable success.This will lead you to. having a regular pain free period, high energy, clear skin, regular bowel movements, easily maintain a healthy weight, thriving with PCOS & feeling confident that your choices are supporting your hormones & overall health.Come hangout with me on Instagram! @corinneangelica

You Were Made for This
123: Ask Thoughtful Questions and See What Happens

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 31:12


Hello everyone and welcome to episode 123, “Ask Thoughtful Questions and See What Happens” In last week's episode, no. 122, “The Questions We Ask … and Fail to Ask,” I suggested that to deepen our relationships with people try asking the two questions asked of me recently. Namely, what are you looking forward to? And, what are you dreading? Since I suggested that you give this a try, I thought I should do the same thing. I was curious to see how this would work, to ask thoughtful questions like these. Plus I wanted to brush up on my listening skills. Like any skill, good listening takes practice and I need all the practice I can get. So in today's episode, you'll hear phone calls I made to several people, asking them the two questions I mentioned. At the end of each call, I comment on how the call went and what I learned from it. Keep listening to see how this could work for you in moving you from the shallow end of your relational swimming pool to the deep end where all the good stuff happens. The first phone call My first call is to Maureen, who was my guest on episode 66 “A Solution Better Than Suicide,” and then episode 67, “Self-monitoring How We Listen.” Those two episodes were some of my favorites as Maureen talked quite openly about her struggle with depression to the point she seriously considered taking her own life several years ago. She's in a much better place now. These episodes are two of my favorites because they speak to the power of caring relationships to help us through dark days. They're very encouraging. You'll find links to them at the bottom of the show notes. Fast forward to a few weeks ago when I called Maureen. By the way, I did not give her or any of the other guests I called a “heads up” that I would be contacting them. My calls came completely out of the blue for all of them. So her goes with my call to Maureen: [I'm sorry there is no transcript of the phone call. Please listen to the audio of this episode] What I learned from the call I start with, “Do you have a minute to talk?” Good to ask. But when I say “no” people will often talk anyway I love the excitement in Maureen's voice, more surprise than anything. Happy for the kids to be now in school. “It's been a long summer.” “You sound elated,” act like a mirror listening principle, just reflect back what you observe.” Her extroversion drew me out of my introversion. The laughing, the louder voice. I asked my first thoughtful question, What are you looking forward to? Looking forward to routine, which leads to “space for better self-care.” “Wow, those are deep questions?” Hmm. Reminds me of the deep end of the relational swimming pool. Dreading? “Oooh. Such a strong word. We've already had Covid.” Humor. Like everyone else, as you'll see. She had to think longer about this thoughtful question I stumbled trying to tone this question down. I couldn't think of a synonym for “dreading.” Apprehensive, anxious about, or simply, not looking forward to would have worked better. She dreaded all the driving and time in the car with the kids taking them to activities in the fall “Yeah, I can understand that” to what she was dreading. Good response, I think. Reminds me of the book I reviewed in Episode 105, I Hear You, where the author's main point of the book is that affirming people and identifying with their feelings and experiences goes a long way to deepening relationships. What I wish I would have done differently I missed an opportunity to ask a follow-up thoughtful question. From what you heard, what follow-up question would you have asked? When Maureen said she looked forward to the routine of fall because “It will give me space for better self-care” I could have asked this: “What would better self-care look like for you this fall?” I didn't have the time to talk because of the others I needed to contact. The temptation I avoided When Maureen talked about dreading all the driving of the kids, I thought of ways to fix her problem. I could have asked, “Are there podcasts you could be listening to during your time in the car, such as You Were Made… or,  you get the idea. Could your husband Mike do some of the driving? Would your parents or in-laws be willing to help Thankfully, I didn't ask those questions because they were born out of my knee-jerk reaction to want to fix things. I'm a guy. And it's a curse we carry. Besides, I'm positive Maureen thought of the same solutions herself, and several others I'm sure. So I was glad I put into practice that quote from W.C. Fields a few episodes back, “Never miss a good chance to shut up.” The second call to a former podcast guest The second phone call I made was to Gail Rohde, someone I interviewed in episodes 29 and 30, two years ago in 2019. These were also two of my favorite shows. They are the stories of Gail's search for her birth-mother, and eventually finding her, and all the relational issues related to an adult adoptee wanting to know more of where they came from. Her story so resonated with me because I also was born to an unwed mother and searched for my birth father, as Gail did for her birth mother. Again, there will be links to these episodes at the end of the show notes. Well, my call to Gail started off with a technical glitch that turned out to be a blessing. Listen in [I'm sorry there is no transcript of the phone call. Please listen to the audio of this episode] Wrong numbers aren't always wrong When my call to Gail went to her husband Mike by mistake I learned the surprising news of Gail tracking down her birth-father. The last time I talked to her she had given up hope in ever finding him. I was excited to learn this because I remember it being important to Gail At the end of my call with Mike, I asked him about his new job. I turned off the recording at this point and Mike and I got caught up on each other's life. It was an extra blessing to connect with him. Another technical glitch Mike gave me Gail's new cell phone number which I called and then asked her the same two thoughtful questions I asked Maureen However, I discovered I forgot to press the “record” button, so I had to call her back. Here is what she had to say: [I'm sorry there is no transcript of the phone call. Please listen to the audio of this episode] What I learned from my call to Gail It's great having people in your life you can admit your mistakes to, knowing that it's not going to change how they feel about you There are times when our greatest blessings are also our greatest challenges, as Gail mentioned in finding her birth father Because I had limited time I could talk with Gail, I didn't ask any follow-up questions. And I have a lot of them. If you are rushed for time, it's better NOT to engage with additional questions, because if you do you can easily come across as someone who doesn't care and who just wants to cross something off their to-do list. I learned it's better to hold off further engagement until you do have time, as I did when I told Gail I'd like to do another episode. Save your questions for another time. Timing is everything. My interaction with Gail demonstrates the ORA principle of deepening relationships. Observe - Remember - Act. It started with Observing, in its listening form, to what her husband Mike said about Gail finding her birth-father. There is a heavy dose of Remembering that's apparent here. Remembering what Gail shared several years ago in those episodes about searching for her birth mother. And then Acting. Talking to Gail about doing another episode about the process of searching for her birth father. The third call - to Carol Steward, my executive director boss Like Gail, Carol was also the subject of two episodes of You Were Made for This, number 100, our first triple-digit episode, “Start Conversations With Remembering.” Followed by episode 101, “Life-Giving Relationships” These episodes answer the question listeners had been asking me, “Who is this Carol we hear at the very beginning of each episode?” I explain the long history Janet and I have with Carol and her husband Terry. It was a heavy dose of the importance of remembering in relationships. And then in episode 101 I share the story of how Carol introduces Janet and me to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and how that has changed our entire life. The day I called Carol for this episode she was working out of her home. Have a listen to what she has to say: [I'm sorry there is no transcript of the phone call. Please listen to the audio of this episode] What I learned from my call to Carol Sometimes thoughtful questions require time to think about before answering, as Carol answered about looking forward to spending school days with her grandkids. That's because one of her daughters is a teacher and she provides childcare for them, as well as watching older grandkids after school while her other daughter is at work That what are you not looking forward to questioning can reveal a bit about a person's state of stress and contentment with life at the moment. It took Carol longer to answer this second question than it did the first, more positive question. This tells me something I've known for years, that Carol has a very positive outlook on life. With some other people, they'll have a much easier time talking about what they're dreading than what they're looking forward to. Not so with Carol. Similar to Gail's answers, the thing Carol was looking forward to also had a negative element to it. One follow-up question I wish I would have asked is “Why do you look forward to babysitting your grandkids? What do you like about it?” That would have been a thoughtful question worth sking. After I turned off the record button Carol and I continued to talk. She and her husband Terry, and Janet and I, have been friends for decades. My fourth and final call - to another previous podcast guest Hannah Barbeau and her sister Abbey were featured in a two-part interview in episodes 17 and 18. They are sisters living in Chicago. Hannah is a millennial and Abbey is from Gen Z. I interviewed them to talk about their relationship with each other, both growing up as kids and now as young adults. From there, we talked about what it was like for them to relate to older generations, roommates, their relationship with the church, and what young women their age need from their parents now. That was all in episodes 17 and 18. Then in episode 19, I share 5 ways I was encouraged by my conversation with Hannah & Abby who are so different from me: different generation (I'm a boomer), a different stage in life, different gender, different marital status. I had a great time listening and learning from them. But the other day, I just spoke to Hannah on the phone to ask her the same two questions I asked the other podcast guests I mentioned. We had played phone tag for a while, but we eventually connected with each other. So let's see now how a millennial answers the two thoughtful questions I've been asking. [I'm sorry there is no transcript of the phone call. Please listen to the audio of this episode] What I learned from my call to Hannah Some people are very reflective and deliberate in how they answer questions. Like Hannah, they may need more time than others to respond. So I need to give people the silence-filled space they need. I happened to catch Hannah at the start of a whole new exciting chapter in her life. 3 new things coming up for her. What a privilege to hear about it! I was glad I asked the follow-up questions about the classes she was taking and her new job. It gave me a better picture of what her life is going to be like for the next few months. Somehow the end of the conversation got cut off, but we were almost at the end anyway. The next day I got an email from Hannah about something else. She closed with referencing the conversation we had the day before with this: “Also, thanks so much for taking the time to catch up yesterday! It was just nice. Made me wonder why I don't call others more often for a short, simple conversation! Take care!” What a sweet and encouraging thing for her to tell me So what does all this mean for YOU You can also ask thoughtful questions of people, like the two I asked,  and see the good that can happen: what are you looking forward to? And, what are you dreading (or some version of it.) Here's the main point I hope you remember from today's episode When you ask thoughtful questions of the important people in your life you'll be surprised at the good that can come from it. The joy they experience can overflow into your life, and you can share in it. I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. Just send them to me in an email to john [at] caringforothers [dot] org. Or you can share your thoughts in the “Leave a Reply” box at the bottom of the show notes. Closing In closing, if you found this podcast helpful, please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts if you haven't already done so. I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, to both reflect and to act. Especially to ask thoughtful questions of the important people in your life. All so that you will find the joy God intends for you through your relationships. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's all for today. I look forward to connecting with you again next week. Goodbye for now. Related episodes you may want to listen to: O17:  Two Sisters - Part 1 018:  Two Sisters - Part 2 029: An Adoption Relationship Story - Part 1 030: An Adoption Relationship Story - Part 2 066: A Solution Better Than Suicide 067: Self-monitoring How We Listen 100: Start Conversations with Remembering 101: Life-Giving Relationships 105: How to Listen Better You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We depend upon the generosity of donors to pay our bills.  If you'd like to support what we do with a secure tax-deductible donation, please click here. We'd be so grateful if you did.

The Show Presents The P1 Podcast
The Show Presents: P1 Podcast 9.10.21 Why is Sky dreading this weekend!?

The Show Presents The P1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 16:12


Sky is taking her daughter and their girlscout troupe to Disneyland this weekend. Like always she is sucking the joy out everything, including Disneyland!

The Mark Davis Show
August 30, 2021 9am Hour

The Mark Davis Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 29:21


Dreading the Aug 31 deadline; dealing with a backyard encampment of bees See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Still Standing with Valerie Silveira
How To Keep Their Memory Alive & Stop Dreading The Milestones

Still Standing with Valerie Silveira

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 29:04


When we lose a loved one we somehow think we need to choose between staying in grief and getting over it. I have a different way. Each time a milestone occurs we head back into overwhelming grief, but I have another way to keep the memories alive and stop dreading the milestones! Please be sure to subscribe to this podcast and connect with me at www.ValerieSilveira.com.

Teachers in Transition
Teachers in Transition - Episode 125 - Are You Excited About the New School Year Or Are You Dreading It?

Teachers in Transition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 17:32


The time for going back to school is fast approaching for millions of teachers and students, and in fact, millions are already back in some parts of the country.I know we had all hoped that this year would be better than last, but because of COVID and the delta variant, it is already shaping up to be a bad year for kids and their teachers.This week, I wrote a post entitled, "Are You Excited About the Upcoming School Year? Or Are You Dreading It?" The link for the post is https://kittyboitnott.coachesconsole.com/newsletters/are-you-excited-about-the-upcoming-school-year--or-are-you-dreading-it-.html?modify=1&coach_preview=1.If you aren't anticipating going back with excitement and enthusiasm but feel a sense of dread instead, it may be time to start looking for something new to do with your life. It may be too late for this year, but you can start creating your exit plan now. The sooner the better.If you would like to talk about making a change, schedule a complimentary Discovery Session at https://teachersintransition.com/calendar.Also, I am offering a free, live Masterclass on August 19, 2021, at 7:00 PM EST on "How to Leapfrog from the K-12 Classroom Into a Brand New Career." If you would like to attend or have a friend who might be interested, feel free to share the registration link:  https://event.webinarjam.com/register/40/xo9xnhmr.I would love to see you there!

Run4PRs
115. Are You Overtraining?

Run4PRs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 46:06


ARE YOU OVERTRAINED? Podcast Episode #115

Better Together with Maria Menounos
310. Psychic Medium On How To Talk To Your Angels, Connect To the Universe, & Listen To Your Gut

Better Together with Maria Menounos

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 67:56


Originally Aired: Dec 16, 2020 No matter how hard this year has been, even if you're DREADING the Holidays, you are NOT alone. These words of comfort have never been more important, and the beautifully eloquent @MaryAnnTheMedium brought us a whole hour of comforting words, conversation, energy, and techniques to heal our broken souls. MaryAnn DiMarco teaches us how to tune into our inner knowing, reinstate faith in our lives, and even reach those guides and deceased loved ones to put their hands on our backs and remind us: "I've got you." Give me a (

Practically Joyful Mom
Best of PJM: Stop Dreading the Dishes

Practically Joyful Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 23:32


We all have a nemesis. A thing we spend more time dreading than doing. Maybe it's dishes or laundry or clipping your child's nails. But we don't have to stay stuck in a place of letting dread of these tasks drain our energy and drag us down. We can make some simple shifts in our perspectives and practices to choose joy even in the mundane tasks of everyday life.

The Jordan Harbinger Show
538: Already Dreading Your Abusive Brother's Wedding | Feedback Friday

The Jordan Harbinger Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 54:43


It's not a request; it's a demand from the brother who sexually abused you when you were eight in a family that gaslighted you about the whole thing: "You will speak at my wedding." Maybe he thinks you're too spineless to say anything that will embarrass him, but the truth is that you've been diagnosed with complex PTSD and the thought of speaking at his wedding at all fills you with dread. On the other hand, being the only sibling to refuse would also cause drama you don't want to deal with. How do you balance being genuine with not calling someone a cruel person on their wedding day? We'll try to find an answer to this and more here on Feedback Friday. And in case you didn't already know it, Jordan Harbinger (@JordanHarbinger) and Gabriel Mizrahi (@GabeMizrahi) banter and take your comments and questions for Feedback Friday right here every week! If you want us to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming weekly Feedback Friday episodes, drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com. Now let's dive in! Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/538 On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss: Should you speak at the wedding of your brother who sexually abused you when you were eight, or be the only sibling to refuse and cause unwanted drama? [Thanks to clinical psychologist Dr. Erin Margolis for helping us with this one!] If you have a physical feature that might surprise someone you're meeting for the first time (like, say, type IV radial club hand), how can you put everyone at ease and defuse any potential awkwardness ahead of such a meeting? In spite of going above and beyond in your leadership role during the pandemic, your boss "doesn't believe" in giving you a 5/5 star rating on your review because there's always room for improvement. On the other hand, you've been criticized for giving a subordinate a 3/5 for meeting expectations. If 4/5 is the best you can expect for exceeding expectations, how is such a system fair for anyone? Your dad spent 10 years in prison. You'd enjoy making up for that lost time by watching movies and other low-key activities together, but he wants to party and go bar hopping (even though you're under the legal drinking age). How can you get him to reel in his wilder tendencies that make you uncomfortable without hurting his feelings? At the end of the month, you'll be laid off from the company where you've worked for 15 years. If you're able to secure interviews for future job prospects before then, would it be dishonest to negotiate from the more powerful position of being currently employed? Documentary recommendation of the week: Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art [Many thanks to Fruit of the Loom for its sponsorship of this segment!] Have...

Voices In Validation
Risk Revolution: From Dreading the Risk Process to Living the Risk Life

Voices In Validation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 58:33


This week our series coordinators, Lori and Nuala, invite their guest Amanda McFarland to chat about Living the Risk Life. How do we take our colleagues on a journey from dreading their participation in the risk process to actually living a work-life and culture that embraces risk management? Risk Revolution, a monthly series of the Voices in Validation, brought to you by the IVT Network. This series aims to advance the maturity of risk management practices within the industry, addressing topics that challenge quality professionals to seek opportunities to improve and advance how they perceive and manage risk. Resources from this episode: 12 Inclusive Behaviors - The Kaleel Jamison Consulting How To Become A (Better) Facilitator For Risk Assessment And Root Cause Analysis Amy Edmondson – TED TALK, Psychological Safety About Our Guest: Amanda McFarland - Senior Consultant at Valsource Amanda assists companies with the design and implementation of CGMPs, Microbiology, and Quality Risk Management programs. Amanda specializes in creating and implementing risk management training programs, developing custom risk-based strategies, and risk facilitation.   Voices in Validation brings you the best in validation and compliance topics. Voices in Validation is brought to you by IVT Network, your expert source for life science regulatory knowledge. For more information on IVT Network, check out their website at http://ivtnetwork.com.   

Bloomberg Businessweek
U.S. Prisoners Dreading The Pandemic's End

Bloomberg Businessweek

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 36:29


Dr. Vino Palli, Founder and CEO of MiDoctor Urgent Care, discusses concerns about surging Covid cases due to the delta variant. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Legal Reporter David Yaffe-Bellany talk about why U.S. prisoners who were sent home early are dreading the pandemic's end. Bloomberg News Consumer Reporter Deena Shanker shares her insight on Beyond Meat introducing chicken tenders to a crowded U.S. market. And we Drive to the Close with Michael Rosen, CIO at Angeles Wealth Management. Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Doni Holloway.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Wellness Lately
Are You Dreading Being Seen Post-Pandemic?

Wellness Lately

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 57:18


In This Episode: As the world begins to reopens, we're able to go to parties, restaurants and beach trips again. Or maybe you're heading back to an office or school. Whatever “returning to normal life” looks like for you, you may be dreading being seen in your body post-COVID. Today we're talking about how to feel confident and present, without worrying about how your body looks. On the Pod, We Discuss: The biggest antidote to feeling frustrated or ashamed about your body right now Important mindset shift to make and how to navigate shitty self-talk Practical ways to improve your body image as you re-enter the world Helpful Links: Other relevant episodes to listen to: Dr. Kristin Neff, Katie Sturino, Overcoming Your Inner Critic Watch our free masterclass to learn 5 Simple Shifts to End Binge Eating Get our free video series: How to Stop Hating Your Body Join our private Facebook group Set up a free Breakthrough Session to see if our coaching program is a good fit for you Learn more about Food Freedom Academy, our personalized Intuitive Eating Coaching Program

Highlights from Lunchtime Live
''When we were asked to do the challenge, I was dreading it''

Highlights from Lunchtime Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 10:14


One young Irish beauty queen has said that filters, make up and social media are putting pressure on young Irish women by pushing unrealistic beauty standards.  Miss Dublin, Ciara Whelan hopes that by sharing pictures online that haven't been edited and in which she goes makeup free will help stop young Irish women picking themselves apart over their appearance.   Ciara joined Andrea on Lunchtime Live to discuss... Listen and subscribe to Lunchtime Live on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.      Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.     You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

Jubal's Phone Taps
Phone Tap PODCAST: Peter and Gobbs

Jubal's Phone Taps

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 6:20


Today's Phone Tap victim has a high school reunion coming up that he's DREADING, so Jose is gonna pose as a guy he knew back in elementary school and remind him of the OTHER reunion he's expected at.

Brooke and Jubal
Phone Tap PODCAST: Peter and Gobbs

Brooke and Jubal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 6:20


Today's Phone Tap victim has a high school reunion coming up that he's DREADING, so Jose is gonna pose as a guy he knew back in elementary school and remind him of the OTHER reunion he's expected at.

UBC News World
This Top Shaver Offers The Long Handle You Need To Shave Your Back Independently

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 1:44


Dreading having to ask for help again? With Fuze Brands' Back And Body Shaver, you no longer have to! Go to http://bit.ly/2qRG0a0 (http://bit.ly/2qRG0a0) for more information!

She Finds Joy
Burnout and Why I Created The Happy Academy

She Finds Joy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 27:29


Ep 50 | Burnout & Why I Created The Happy AcademyBurnout is a kind of exhaustion that seeps into every aspect of your life. Even though I travel around the country teaching teachers, business people, and more about how to overcome burnout, I can tell you that I, too, have been experiencing it lately. For me, burnout looks like: The inability to shut work off, even when I should be enjoying time off An incessant need to keep checking my emailsThe feeling of obsessively thinking about "everything that needs to get done"Tiredness, irritability, and frustration with people around me I recently asked others in my Facebook Group what burnout out looks like to them and got these responses: Knots in my stomach the closer I get to work, despite LOVING my job.Never having satisfaction with my job and never feeling like I’m doing enough. Letting down all of the teachers I’m supposed to be leading, and I feel hopeless.Dreading going to work every day and counting the days until break.Never feeling like I’m meeting expectations. Being so overwhelmed with tasks and asks that I don’t even know where to start.Lost desire, unable to focus on anything, and no amount of time off or other activities.Investing in my own business so I can leave my current profession. Overworked (worked daily my entire sick leave), underpaid (completely revamped teaching during COVID/no overtime, no bonuses), and not thought of as a real person.You are allowed to have heavy emotions. It’s important to give ourselves the grace to feel the way we do and practice some self-compassion. Even though I sometimes enter the burnout stage, I recognize the signs of when it’s coming on, and I have a set of habits that get me out of the gutter quicker. You are not alone in the struggle. I am there too. What You’ll Learn From This Episode:How to identify burnout when it’s first setting in. Why it’s so hard to get off the hamster wheel of life. Why I created a program focused on shifting the inner blueprint of our life. How to leverage your mindset and overcome limiting beliefs. Why our relationship with ourselves is our biggest asset. How to take action to become who you want to be. How to step forward with confidence and discover your greatness.. “If you can’t see your own value, the world can’t give you value back.” - Kim Strobel Helpful Links Get on the waitlist for The Happy Academy now! About Kim Kim Strobel is Chief Happiness Officer at Kim Strobel Live Events and Retreats. She is a teacher, consultant, motivational speaker, happiness coach, and a mission-minded person whose passion helps others overcome their fears and discover their joy! You can follow Kim’s journey on Instagram at @KimStrobelJoy, and in the free private, She Finds Joy Facebook community. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Faith Community Bible Church

IntroductionMy house was built 30 years ago; the original roof was shot. Every windstorm that came along, more and more shingles went missing. That big windstorm this spring really did a number on it. So in my mind, I knew that for sure it needed to happen this spring. I've replaced several roofs in my life and so I was planning on doing the work myself. But, let me just tell you, that kind of work is not easy and I was dreading it; I have been psyching myself up all winter to put in a series of grueling 14 hour days and just knock it out. But I was dreading it - like DREADING it.Well, we live next to a park and a roofer who was at the park with his daughter could see the obviously dilapidated condition of the roof. And he said, I think we can get you a claim on that roof. And I said, “There's no way. The roof is 30 years old. There's nothing wrong with the roof. The reason it's failing is because it's 30 years old.” And he said, “No. I think we can get you a claim.”And so he got on the phone with me with the insurance company and he advocated for me and the adjuster came out and that same day I had a check in my hand for the full amount of my roof. And so this week the roofers came out and this team of guys stripped my roof and finished it in two days.And I was in my house listening to them work and if you've experienced this, it is so incredibly loud! My kids were covering their ears and asking when it will stop. My reaction was totally opposite. It was a symphony to my ears. Every nail that went into that decking was a nail I didn't have to pound. Every drop of sweat that fell onto that roof was a drop of sweat that didn't come from me. The sun that baked down on them wasn't baking down on me.I probably said to my wife Lisa 30 times that day, “I am so thankful. I am so, so thankful that someone else is doing that work. Man, I am so thankful.” I just kept saying it all day long.Well, the goal of the message today is to walk away with a similar thankfulness for what Christ did on the cross for us. Because our sin deserves punishment. It deserves judgment. And without Christ, there's this dread that just hangs out there. We deserve the nails of the cross. Justice demands that we put in the work to atone for our sin. It is our bodies that deserve to sweat and suffer and bleed.And then this undeserved, unexpected spiritual claim is awarded. And we are told that even though there's no rational explanation for why it should be so, Jesus Christ took the nails for us. It was his sweat and his blood that fell from the cross, not ours.And today is communion Sunday, and I just want the reaction of the soul to be SONG. Just music. We need to understand how truly liberating it is to be absolutely forgiven and to not have to live under the penalty and condemnation of sin. It really does change everything.Now for the text to do it's work we need to connect it to last week. Last week Benj did an amazing job of giving us the background of this giant torch lighting ceremony that took place as part of the festival of booths.You remember he showed us these four giant torches that were lit. And you might think, well that seems pretty spectacular; it would have been. But it was spectacular for a reason. You remember, the whole point of the feast was to remember their wilderness wanderings. And so these giant pillars were to remember the way that God manifested himself in the desert - a cloud by day and a giant pillar of fire by night. God himself became for them a giant torch to lead them in the pitch black desert darkness.We live in an age of electric lights, but imagine stumbling around in the darkness of Sinai without a sliver of light. You'd be stubbing your toe on rocks and bleeding as you fell into a cactus. You'd get all hurt. You need light. God LITERALLY became for them the light. This was what theologians call a theophany. This is where God takes on a physical manifestation. God manifested himself, embodied himself as LIGHT. That's what they are remembering.So it was in this remembrance feast context that Jesus makes this giant claim, “I am the light of the world.” So there is clearly a JEWISH backdrop against which Jesus says these words.The Greek ContextBut there is a Greek and Roman context as well. It's important to remember that the book of John was written from Ephesus and the audience would have been both Jews and Gentiles. And Jesus' words, “I am the light of the world,” to an educated Roman mind would conjure to mind something very definite. Plato's Republic was studied by virtually all educated men. And he has this famous analogy of the sun. Here's how it goes:Plato observed something unique about the senses. He observed for the senses to work all you need is the sense itself and the object being sensed. So for example, in order to experience taste you need the sense of taste and something to taste, like a peach. You only need those two things.That's true for all the senses except one. The sense of vision is different. A person can have eyes that are capable of seeing (you can possess perfect 20/20 vision), and you can have before you a beautiful boquet of flowers exploding with all sorts of colors but you will never see the color until you have what? Light. You need something specifically made for the purpose of illuminating….light. So vision is unique in that manner.Now Plato uses that observation as an analogy for how we are to arrive at the nature of reality. Here's what Plato says. He taught that in order to understand the nature of reality we three things. We need to have a working mind; we need to have reality. But we also need this third thing to illuminate our minds and he calls it goodness.Let me give you a visual and read it again:So just as the sun makes objects visible to the eye through the power of sight by providing light so the good makes reality intelligible to the soul through the power of understanding by providing truth.So Plato recognized that this extra thing called “Goodness” that existed objectively outside of self was necessary to understand truth. “The Goodness” was the LIGHT. We need an objective goodness which transcends our being to shine on our minds and orient us.So think now about how the words of Jesus would have been received, in a Greek mind, when Jesus opens his mouth and says “I am the light of the cosmos,” what do they hear? “I am the key and without me, you understand nothing.”In John 8, Jesus isn't talking to Greeks; he's talking to Jews. But certainly these Jews know the Greek worldview. The reason I mention it is because whether Jesus intentionally relates it to this worldview or not, the concept is obviously present.Here's how he begins today: If light is goodness and if light goes away what are you left with? Sin.Jesus as the light is going away. And what are you left with if the light goes away. You are left with darkness. Sin in the Bible is always pictured as darkness. Jesus says if I go away, you will be left in the inky black darkness of your sin. You are left with the painful, bitter, emptiness of you. If the light of the world leaves you then all you have is you. You will die in your sin.Now of course they don't understand what he is saying.The Jews think he's talking about suicide. Is he going to kill himself? The fact that they are entertaining this as an interpretation of his words tells you just how bizarre and strange this must have felt. So the Jews are hearing this talk about him going away. He's claiming to be from above. And then he says, “Unless you believe in me, you will die in your sins.” I mean if you heard these things, you would think the person talking to you was unstable.Now look at response of the Jews after this. And I think you have to imagine the tone here.Now, we will explain in just a moment why they are so stunned and bewildered. There is a very good reason why this mystified tone is justified.Jesus is going to give two answers to their question. And the first answer Jesus gives to this question:Jesus claims to be the LIGHT who comes down from above. He says, “I am from above and you are from below.” Now in our minds that means Jesus is from heaven and they are from hell. But that's not what he means. If you are in heaven what is below? I am come down from heaven and you below…. you are from earth. We know this is the interpretation because he says you are of this world (meaning below) and I am not from this world (meaning above).And he's making this point to establish authority. As the one who comes down from above, I am in the position to judge sin. The one from above has the authority to say this is right and this is wrong. In fact this is exactly what he says next.What is he claiming? He's claiming that since he has come down from heaven, he has authority to judge. When Jesus says he is the LIGHT of the world, there's an aspect of judgment connected to that claim. LIGHT and judgment are connected concepts.Who are you? Jesus says, “I am the light of the world.” He's already told them this. Remember back in chapter 3.You see, the problem is the light reveals the sin. He's a consuming fire. The closer you get to absolute perfection, the more you get burned. You have to hide in the cleft of the rock or you'll be incinerated. The more you realize just how filthy you are. Proximity to the white-hot holiness of God pulverizes us into dust. It's the cry of Isaiah, “Woe to me for I am ruined.” And men loved the darkness because their deeds are evil. Light has this unfortunate dual quality. The light results in both guidance and guilt. It shines and shames.All men find themselves in this love hate relationship with the light. Yes it illuminates, it guides, but it is also a massive problem because it reveals. Into those closed, hidden chambers of the heart that we once thought perfectly sealed away, in comes the streaming light and we are horror stricken.And so we find ourselves in desperate need of some of what the light offers and in abject fear of the other part of what the light offers.And we want to parse out the properties of light. We all want the characteristic of light that guides but we don't want that characteristic of light that reveals. So what do we do? What's the solution?Jesus claims to be the judge that reveals the problem and the savior who solves the problem. Where do we get this point?This is what Jesus is saying: “It's so audacious. If you do not believe in me, you will ABSOLUTELY, most CERTAINLY die in your sins.” The assumption, of course, is that the only possibility of escape lies in genuine belief. In this condition of BELIEF, men and women will not die in their sins.Notice he says “you will die” twice; the first time he says you will die in your sin [not plural] and the second time he says you will die in your sins (plural). The singular in verse 21 refers to the one sin of unbelief. And that one sin of unbelief mushrooms into the diverse and ugly forms of corruption that we see infesting the human heart.So unless you believe that Jesus is the light of the world, you will die in your sins. And you may think to yourself, it seems to be that coming to the light of the world, coming to the judge of all the earth, coming before the white hot heat of the presence of absolute holiness, it seems that this will reveal my sin and consume me. How is coming into the light going to fix the problem? I'd rather stay in the darkness.And you know what the answer is. It's incredible. It's so shocking. There's a very specific moment when the answer to this question is revealed.Here's what Jesus says, “You want to know how it can be that the judge is the justifier? You want to know how it can be that coming into the light can save you? You'll find the answer when you crucify me.” He says this incredible sentence: “When you lift up the Son of Man then you will know that I am he.” There's two very noteworthy things about that sentence.First of all, do you remember the title son of man? That's Jesus' favorite title for himself. Do you remember where that comes from? It comes from Daniel 7 where Daniel has a vision of a promised messiah/deliverer coming on the clouds of heaven. That messianic figure is identified as the “son of man” and he's given dominion and glory and a kingdom and people worship him. So Jesus is taking this title to himself. So that's the first significant thing. When you lift the son of man (this promised messianic deliverer) up you will then know that I am he.That's the first noteworthy thing about what Jesus says. But here's the second. Pay attention here. In order to make our second point we need to back up to verse 24. In verse 24, “Jesus says unless you believe that I am he you will die in your sins.”Now the ESV translates it, “I am he.” The word “he” is not in the Greek. (ἐγώ εἰμι) It's supplied by the translators.And that same thing happens again in verse 28.It says, “You will know that I AM he…” But again, that's not what the Greek says. The Greek simply says, when you have lifted up the son of man, you will know that I AM (ἐγώ εἰμι).Now the fact the object is not included is very significant. Here's why.The phrase has a bit of ambiguity to it. The phrase by itself needs context to be understood. It's the same in English. For example, if you are in a group of people and you ask, “Whose going to the BSU game tonight?” Someone might say, “I am.” ἐγώ εἰμι (egō eimi). That would make perfect sense. Your mind supplies the object automatically. Even though you only said, “I am,” you know that what he meant was, “I am going to the BSU game.” We are lazy and it's a language shortcut.But if I were to say, “Have you seen the latest Marvel movie? I think when you see it, you'll agree, I am.” ἐγώ εἰμι (egō eimi). That's not clear. It leaves you hanging. Finish your sentence. I am what? The object is definitely not clear.Well that's exactly what's going on here. Grammatically it's totally unclear what he's referring to. When you have lifted up the son of man, you will know that I am.Now to the Jewish ear that's not just ambiguous, that's DANGEROUSLY ambiguous. Why? Because ἐγώ εἰμι (egō eimi) without an object does mean something. Without an object, this is the name of God. All through the OT, in Ex 3, Deut 29, but especially in Isaiah 40-45 this is the name of God.In all these examples, the Greek translation of the OT (LXX) has this exact phrase, ἐγώ εἰμι (egō eimi).So when Jesus says to them, “When you have lifted up the Son of Man, then you will know that I am (ego eimi)” what is he saying? It's a play on words. When you lift up the Son of Man, you will know that I AM he. I am the light of the world. I am the Son of Man. But it also could mean, when you lift up the Son of Man (Jesus) you will know that I am (God). When you lift up the promised Messiah you will realize that the one you have crucified, is in fact, the great I AM. It is God himself who has been lifted up.The light has been lifted up to the height.Do you see how significant that is. Do you see it? The Jewish Light is the Greek goodness. The light is the goodness. The goodness is the light. It's one in the same. God is the light. The Messiah is God. The Light judges and his goodness saves.The Jew understood that the light was problematic in that it both simultaneously illuminates and exposes. It results in both guidance and guilt. It both shines and shames. The light burns us. It's heat is too much. We cannot approach it's white hot holiness. The white hot perfect light of God reveals that all we deserve is judgment.And what the cross revealed was that the judge became the justifier. The one who reveals the sin is also the one who pays for the sin so that he can forgive the sin. The judge became the savior. The one who knew no sin, became sin that we might become the righteousness of God. The great goodness was lifted up and illuminated the minds and hearts of men to see that GOD DIED FOR US.The ImplicationsOkay, there are implications folks. I want to return to my roof analogy that I began with. I know this was my experience but I hope you can enter into it with me. Now, I need you to believe me that I was seriously dreading that roof project. I mean real dread. As in I'd rather walk to New York kind of dread.There was about a two month period of time between when the claim was awarded and the work was complete. The check was signed. The money was in the bank. It was as good as done but the actual work had not been done.Let me ask you, when do you think my relief kicked in? When I got the check or when the roof went on? As soon as I received that check, my dread dissolved. My worries flew out the window. How silly it would have been to continue dreading the roof project when the check insured that I would not have to do the work.Listen, we as Christians live between the check and the new roof. Jesus' death on the cross secures our heavenly roof. But we live in the leaky, broken down, earthly tabernacles. Like the children of Israel, we live in these temporary booths that are full of holes. But we have an advocate who went to the Father and the claim was paid out.Stop living as if your righteousness depends on you. Stop living in dread that you are going to have to somehow do the work to pay the penalty for your sins. Another took the nails for you. Another sweated great drops of blood in your place. And when you see Jesus on the cross, when you hear those nails, when you see those drops of sweat and blood, know it is for you!The gospel is like sitting in the safety of your house listening to the roar of the roofers and know that the price has been paid so you don't have to do the work.If that is the case, stop judging one another and stop judging yourself based on performance. In other words stop believing that you have to do the work. Christ has done the work. Christ has paid it all. Your work is to receive his finished work.The reason our world is such a mess right now is because without the light all we are left with is self. Isn't that what Jesus said, “If I go away, you will be left in darkness and die in your sins.” And yes it's true, when the light goes away, God is not present to expose the sin, but now it's up to you to achieve your own righteousness. That's why the world is in the condition it's in right now. We live in a world that expects you to be perfect. And if you are not perfect, you are out. And it's up to you to atone for your sins.Listen, the church is the opposite of that. The gospel is a message that is opposite. We are going to fail, hurt each others feelings, mess up and the righteous will stumble. The world wants to make you pay for that. Atone for your transgression. But Christ has already paid. The check is in the bank. Our sins they are many his mercy is more. Come to the throne room of grace where he is faithful and just to forgive your sins.If you feel tired, broken and weary of sin, then you are in good company. Welcome to a community of beggars who have been redeemed. Welcome to the community of bankrupt sinners who receive and receive sweet mercy from Jesus Christ.CommunionNow we come to communion. Guilt says, “Be gone you wretch. Get out of this place you filthy animal. People like you don't belong here.”Jesus says, “Come. Come and I will give you rest. I love you. I bore the blame. It is finished. Come.”Guilt says, “If only they knew who you really are, they would have nothing to do with you.”Jesus says, “I know exactly who you are. I see it all. The light of the world has flooded your heart and I see it all. And the good of the world has taken it all on him. He's washed you white as snow. And I have given you my righteousness. I both know you and love you. Enter into the joy of my master.”Guilt clings tightly to your side. They are not easily shooed away. Guild accuses you of your lack of worth, reminds you of all your sin and its horror, reminds you of how shamed you'd be if everyone knew.Jesus says, “My grace is sufficient for you. My power is made perfect in weakness. Grace is greater than your sin. I see more than you even remember and I forgive it all. Let me receive the nails. Let me sweat. Let me bleed for you. And rest knowing that I paid it all. And because it's paid it's removed as far as the East is from the West.”There's an old hymn that has this epic line,“May the accuser roar of sins that I have done. I know them all and thousands more, Jehovah knoweth none.”

My Crazy Office
Dreading Workplace Interaction Again?: My Crazy Office Overtime, Season 8

My Crazy Office

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 9:55


Kathi and Katherine talk about dreading workplace interaction again on this week’s My Crazy Office Overtime show. Are you not looking forward to seeing your co-workers in-person? Listen to this week’s podcast here. The post Dreading Workplace Interaction Again?: My Crazy Office Overtime, Season 8 appeared first on K Squared Enterprises.

Financial Survival Network
Coming Out Of The Covid Closet - Dr Carole Lieberman (America's Psychiatrist) #5145

Financial Survival Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 25:11


CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Go Without Masks Outdoors - Will Some Have 'Reluctant Reentry' Syndrome? Federal health officials said Tuesday that fully vaccinated Americans can go without masks outdoors when walking, jogging or biking outdoors, or dining with friends at outdoor restaurants. Dr. Lieberman, who has been helping us survive psychologically throughout the pandemic, has now compiled a list of 10 symptoms of what she calls ‘Reluctant Reentry Syndrome’: 1. Vague discomfort about discovering what the ’new normal’ will turn out to be. 2. Dreading the pressure of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) - as more things open up. 3. Reluctance to get out of your comfy pajamas. 4. Not wanting to face the world after you’ve let yourself get fat and furry. 5. Agoraphobia - fear of being in crowds. 6. Fear of catching Covid19 because of new strains. 7. Dreading the awkwardness of reconnecting with friends, family and colleagues. 8. No longer having the excuse of lockdown to explain why you don’t have a partner. 9. Guilt over releasing your kids back into the scary world. 10. Realizing you don’t want to go back to your old life, but not knowing how to re-invent yourself.

Financial Survival Network
Coming Out Of The Covid Closet - Dr Carole Lieberman (America's Psychiatrist) #5145

Financial Survival Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 25:11


CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Go Without Masks Outdoors - Will Some Have 'Reluctant Reentry' Syndrome? Federal health officials said Tuesday that fully vaccinated Americans can go without masks outdoors when walking, jogging or biking outdoors, or dining with friends at outdoor restaurants. Dr. Lieberman, who has been helping us survive psychologically throughout the pandemic, has now compiled a list of 10 symptoms of what she calls ‘Reluctant Reentry Syndrome’: 1. Vague discomfort about discovering what the ’new normal’ will turn out to be. 2. Dreading the pressure of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) - as more things open up. 3. Reluctance to get out of your comfy pajamas. 4. Not wanting to face the world after you’ve let yourself get fat and furry. 5. Agoraphobia - fear of being in crowds. 6. Fear of catching Covid19 because of new strains. 7. Dreading the awkwardness of reconnecting with friends, family and colleagues. 8. No longer having the excuse of lockdown to explain why you don’t have a partner. 9. Guilt over releasing your kids back into the scary world. 10. Realizing you don’t want to go back to your old life, but not knowing how to re-invent yourself.

Heritage Bible Church
The Great Reversal

Heritage Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 50:00


Four phases of judgment that reveal God's providence--1 - Dreading -1-4--2 - Destroying -5-10--3 - Detailing -11-17--4 - Delighting -18-19-

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio
Some Arizonans are secretly dreading the end of quarantine

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 29:28


Gaydos and Chad talk about why some Arizonans are dreading the end of quarantine.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bert Show
Davi's Pick Of The Week: Bert's Dreading Talking About What He Did On The Bert Show

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2021 15:10


Davi's Pick Of The Week: Bert's Dreading Talking About What He Did On The Bert Show See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Bert Show
Bert's Been Dreading Talking About This

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 15:22


Earlier this week, ten people were killed in a mass shooting at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado. This news was devastating, and for the last 48 hours, Bert has been dreading discussing this on the show. But now, he's ready to open up and address his feelings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Anxious Therapist
241: Sunday Scaries

The Anxious Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2021 11:44


Dreading the workweek? Give this episode a quick listen!

Practically Joyful Mom
Ep. 26: Stop Dreading the Dishes

Practically Joyful Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2021 23:32


We all have a nemesis. A thing we spend more time dreading than doing. Maybe it’s dishes or laundry or clipping your child’s nails. But we don’t have to stay stuck in a place of letting dread of these tasks drain our energy and drag us down. We can make some simple shifts in our perspectives and practices to choose joy even in the mundane tasks of everyday life.

Binge Eating Dietitian Podcast
BONUS EPISODE: DREADING THE END OF LOCKDOWN, BECAUSE OF WEIGHT GAIN

Binge Eating Dietitian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 10:01


Today it was announced that Covid-related lockdown is working towards an end in the UK. Good news right? Not always, especially if you are worried because you have gained weight. If you are dreading the end of lockdown, it's okay. Listen on to my bonus tips for navigating the end of lockdown if you are dreading it because you have gained weight. My website: Binge Eating Dietitian | Smashing The Taboo of Binge EatingMore About Me: About Me | Binge Eating DietitianDisclaimer for anything disclosed on this Podcast, my website & Instagram: Disclaimer | Binge Eating Dietitian

The Bert Show
Kristin Is Dreading Telling Us How She Truly Feels

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2021 10:53


This one is going to be tough for Kristin. For a while, she has been hiding her true feelings. It's been difficult for her to be authentic with herself.But now she's ready to take off the mask and own how she's truly feeling. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Love Shack Live
Stop Dreading Valentine's Day! Here's How To Have The Best Day Ever...

Love Shack Live

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 56:03


We’ve prepared a special Valentine's Day episode just for you this week in the Love Shack. Let’s be honest, if you’re struggling in your relationship, Valentine’s Day is probably the last thing you want to talk about. Just hearing about other people’s plans can bring up some super complicated emotions and make you think about all the problems between you and your partner instead of candy hearts and red roses. How are you supposed to cook a romantic dinner together when you can’t even get through talking about the day’s events without arguing? Often, instead of Valentine’s Day being all about romance and fancy gifts, it’s filled with unmet expectations, broken promises, jealousy, and disappointment. If this is ringing a bell for you, I invite you to join Tom & me for this special episode where we’ll be exploring everything about this polarizing holiday, like: The impact Valentine's Day has on our relationships, the good and (believe it or not) the bad; The role that Valentine’s day plays in some of our listener’s relationships ; And, we’ll be asking the important question, does Valentine’s day create love? Does it help us keep love? Or, does it diminish the love in our relationships? You don’t miss this juicy conversation. Important Links: Ready to reset your relationship in 5 days? Join us! https://stacibartley.com/reset Miss our past episodes? Check them all out here: https://stacibartley.com/podcast Relationship Check-up - tired of re-hashing your issues with your partner without making progress? Schedule your check-up today! https://stacibartley.com/checkup/ Show song: Lloyd - Cupid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tuSqN4pNF4&feature=youtu.be

Chattin' With CHAP
Chattin' with CHAP episode 112: Having 'the talk.'

Chattin' With CHAP

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 17:11


Have you had 'the talk' with your kids? Dreading it? Actually, the earlier you start taking about this topic with your children, the better. After all, it's all a part of God's creation, which He himself said is good. Join Ginger for some suggestions on how to get that discussion going. Chattin' with CHAP is a series of informational podcasts designed to equip and encourage families on their homeschooling journeys. CHAP is the Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania and has provided year-round support to homeschoolers since 1994. "Check out www.homeschoolpennsylvania.org for all information regarding homeschool law in Pennsylvania. Contact us at www.chaponline.com/contact-us with your questions or Chattin' with CHAP topics for discussion. Donate to support CHAP in the endeavor to encourage, connect, equip, and protect homeschoolers at https://chaponline.site-ym.com/donations/"

Morning Joes
The VikingsTerritory Breakdown - Dreading the Beginning of the Off-Season [Super Bowl stuff, too!]

Morning Joes

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 70:00


On this return episode of the VikingsTerritory Breakdown (on KDLM Radio in Detroit Lakes), the Joe's break down ALL the work the Vikings need to do this off-season, the Super Bowl, Tom Brady's legacy, and MUCH, MUCH More!

purpleTERRITORY Radio
The VikingsTerritory Breakdown - Dreading the Beginning of the Off-Season [Super Bowl stuff, too!]

purpleTERRITORY Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 70:00


On this return episode of the VikingsTerritory Breakdown (on KDLM Radio in Detroit Lakes), the Joe's break down ALL the work the Vikings need to do this off-season, the Super Bowl, Tom Brady's legacy, and MUCH, MUCH More!

purpleTERRITORY Radio
The VikingsTerritory Breakdown - Dreading the Beginning of the Off-Season [Super Bowl stuff, too!]

purpleTERRITORY Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 70:00


On this return episode of the VikingsTerritory Breakdown (on KDLM Radio in Detroit Lakes), the Joe's break down ALL the work the Vikings need to do this off-season, the Super Bowl, Tom Brady's legacy, and MUCH, MUCH More!

Worry Free Wednesday
Stop Dreading the Dentist - Worry Free Wednesday Show #58

Worry Free Wednesday

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 12:53


Stop worrying about simple dental visits and learn how to control your own state when needed. The meditation on todays show will help you remain calm and focused away from painful ideas. Go to WorryFreeWednesday.Show if you'd like 3 FREE meditations and to keep updated on the show that delivers short bursts of therapy washed down with delicious meditations!!

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Monday, January 11, 2021

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2021


Full Text of ReadingsMonday of the First Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 305All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is St. Theodosius AbbotBorn to a pious family in 423 A.D.,Theodosius began his studies at an early age, and became a lector while still an adolescent. The example of Abraham led him to leave home in order to properly follow God. He met Saint Simeon Stylites in Antioch, andSimeon recognized him as a holy man and leader, and invited Theodosius onto his pillar for prayer, blessing, and advice. He thentraveled to Jerusalem where legend says he worked with Saint Longinus, who would have been nearly 500 years old at the time. After a time, he was given charge of a small church near Bethlehem, however his time there did not last long. Dreading the vanity that comes from the esteem of men and unable to live in solitude with the multitude of admirers, he retired to a cave in the desert of Judah where he led a hermit's life. Word of his holiness began to attract disciples, and Theodosius built a monastery at Cathismus to house them. So many came that there had to be sections built for Greeks, for Armenians, for Persions, etc., but they all happily worked and prayed together. Next to the monastery he built a hospital for the sick, a hospice for the aged, and a mental hospital. He became a friend of and co-worker with Saint Sabbas, and was laterappointed visitor to all cenobitical communities of Palestine, the patriarch of Jerusalem.He opposed heresies, including Eutychianism and Monophysitism. Emperor Anastatius, a supporter of Eutychianism, once sent Theodosius a large bribe, hoping to sway the influential monk to his thinking, howeverTheodosius distributed the money to the poor, and continued to preach against heresy. Because of his orthodox views, Anastatius removed him from his position in 513, but he soon resumed his duties under emperor Justinian.He continued to work until his health gave out, and spent the rest of his time praying for his community. He died at the age of 105. Saint of the Day Copyright CNA, Catholic News Agency

Comedy Factory from CBC Radio
Breaking the News and Tradition

Comedy Factory from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020 16:30


Dreading telling your relatives that you SHAN'T be visiting in person this holiday season? You're not alone.

Assorted Calibers Podcast
Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 129: Erin is Dreading Black Friday

Assorted Calibers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2020 68:29


In This Episode: Erin and Weer’d discuss some new events in the Kyle Rittenhouse case; Connie returns with a new Washington in Plain English segment where she discusses her work with the nonprofit organization Every Legal Vote; and then Weer'd sits down with Sarah and Jon Hauptman of PHLster Holsters to talk about the Enigma Holster Chassis. Did you know that we have a Patreon? Join now for the low, low cost of $4/month (that’s $1/podcast) and you’ll get to listen to our podcast on Friday instead of Mondays, as well as patron-only content like mag dump episodes, our hilarious blooper reels and film tracks. Show Notes Main Topic: Kyle Rittenhouse freed from Kenosha jail after attorneys post $2 million bail  Kyle Rittenhouse Reveals How Gun Was Paid For in First Interview Since Arrest Washington in Plain English: Every Legal Vote Check your vote PHLster Holsters: PHLster Holsters PHLster Enigma Page PHLster Enigma Reveal Stream  

The Beyond Happy Podcast with Becky Hoschek
Ep. 117: 3 Holiday Expectations That Are Making You Crazy

The Beyond Happy Podcast with Becky Hoschek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2020 31:04


What do you expect the holidays to be like this year? Are you excited about them? Dreading them? Wishing they were over already? Somewhere in between? We have expectations around the holidays and family gatherings every year, but in 2020, with the added layer of the COVID pandemic and social distancing, the holidays look different for most of us. How we'll experience this season is less related to the change in circumstances and more connected to our expectations. In this episode, we're talking about our expectations and why they matter, and I'm sharing three specific holiday expectations that are making you crazy - why you have them, and how you can change them.  

How to Get Over Your Ex
Ep. 71 - How to enjoy the holidays during a breakup

How to Get Over Your Ex

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 15:02


Dreading that feeling of loneliness during the holidays? It doesn’t seem possible to appreciate this magical time of year when you’re heartbroken. Tune into this episode and learn how to not let your breakup control your joy this season—or any other.   What to expect: Why being heartbroken during the holidays is actually an advantage Learn how to feel good internally no matter the outside circumstances Steps on how to heal from your breakup during the holidays this year

WebTalkRadio.net
Dreading the Holiday Season? You Don’t Have To

WebTalkRadio.net

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020


For many, this time of year can be really stressful. And that’s even without a pandemic. Instead of feeling joyous and full of good cheer, you may be feeling anxious instead. Oh, you might put a smile on your face and commit to following all the usual traditions, but you’re already exhausted by overwhelm. And […] The post Dreading the Holiday Season? You Don’t Have To appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

The Empowered Nurse Podcast
How to Stop Dreading Night Shift

The Empowered Nurse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 31:43


The dreaded night shift. If you’re a new nurse, depending on what kind of practice you go into there’s a good chance you may end up working night shift at one point or another. Night shift can be draining but it really doesn’t have to be! Lacey shares all her tips and tricks that you can use too, to live your best night-shift schedule life.  Lacey discusses:  How to make the most out of your sleep schedule and your off time in between shifts Why she wears blue-light blockers throughout her shift Staying hydrated and making time for movement How to stay awake on your drive home from work (did someone say snacks?!) Why you should do your bedtime routine FIRST thing when you get home Subconsciously triggering your body into sleep mode Flipping your eating schedule including the types of food you eat Setting boundaries Working night shift requires becoming more intentional with some of our daily habits and routines but if there’s one thing I can promise it’s that it doesn’t mean your life is doomed! For more nightshift tips or tricks be sure to follow me on Instagram @laceymagen or visit www.theempowerednurse.org

Life Free of Anxiety, with Erica Roth & Dr. Charles Barr

AHHH, the holidays. The smell of fresh pine, Hallmark Christmas movie marathons, beautiful lights, and oh yeah… family gatherings and all the personalities that come with them…Dreading the holidays? You’re not alone. Pretty much everyone gets stressed out by the holidays in some way or another, whether they are on an anxiety journey or not. Whether you have an upcoming family gathering or you just need some tips on dealing with different personality types, this episode is for you! Dr. Barr and Erica share about things that have worked for them in their own families and how to practice assertiveness for yourself when necessary. And also tips on how to extend grace to yourself and to others! We have a great feeling that this year, you’re going to gasp… actually enjoy yourself!As always, remember that...You are NOT alone.You are NOT broken.You are on your way to a life FREE of anxiety!Have a question? Want to share how your anxiety journey is going? Need some encouragement or support? Come say hello at:https://www.facebook.com/lifefreeofanxiety and https://www.instagram.com/lifefreeofanxietyAnd don't forget, you can find all episodes at http://podcast.lifefreeofanxiety.comUseful Links:FreeFromFearsBook.com

Life Coaching for Women Physicians
29. "I'm Dreading The Holidays"

Life Coaching for Women Physicians

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2020 29:23


The three things you need to have for a successful holiday season: A solid plan Accountability with yourself and others Set and stick to boundaries   If you’re dreading the holidays, trust me, you are not alone. From family drama, food choices, and plans changing to stress, upset, and disarray, the holidays are a wild time! Let’s talk about how you can approach them without dread.   The Chief Complaint: “I’m Dreading the Holidays” Holidays come with their own stress and difficulties. Especially as physicians, we’re likely to absolutely dread them. Wouldn’t it be nice not to have to do this?   You Need to Make a Detailed Plan I know that the holidays will look a bit (or a lot) different this year, but that doesn’t necessarily make them any less stressful. Planning for the holidays is so incredibly important and is the first thing you need to do to keep your holidays dread free. So first things first, get yourself a calendar and mark important dates in it. Include what days you’re working, when you’re taking holidays, what family events there are, and any other thing you can think of to include. This lets you know, at a glance, what you need to do and when. Then I want you to do a regular thought entry exercise. Even for 3 minutes a day, take the time to write down exactly what you’re feeling. Look for patterns and notice how your emotions ebb and flow. I also absolutely know what it’s like to dread the holidays when you’re following a specific eating plan. I want to reiterate that I don’t believe any foods are bad, but they might be “sometimes” foods. My best advice is to eat when you’re hungry and stop eating when you’re full. I would also recommend setting a minimum amount of exercise into the holidays. Don’t overcommit yourself at all, but be flexible. If you can’t make it to the gym, maybe you can go for a long family walk!   Accountability and Boundaries are Key You should also look at accountability for the holidays. What does this look like for you? How can you make accountability work as smoothly as possible? For some people, group accountability, like my 3-Day Thanksgiving Workout Series, is the key to them staying on track. But for others, group programs don’t work and it’s all down to them as an individual. Figure out what kind of accountability works best for you and hold yourself to it. Along these same lines, set yourself some boundaries. Yes, I said to yourself. If you can’t stick to your own boundaries, it’s more unlikely that other people will, either. You should also set some clear boundaries with the people you’re spending the holidays with. And, I also want you to ask yourself if you respect other people’s boundaries? This can help you examine your own.   Homework for Women Physicians Ask yourself what you need to do to create headspace this holiday season. Are you a boundary pusher? Let me know in the comments on the episode page.   In This Episode  Why you need to have a plan for the holiday season [4:15] How to come up with new, extra special ideas when you can’t do usual holiday plans [7:00] Why you should allow yourself the flexibility in your plan to adjust your diet plan over the holidays [13:00] What accountability over the holidays looks like [21:33] Why you should evaluate your own relationship with boundaries [25:20]   Quotes “The whole idea of knowing what to expect is huge. As long as you know what to expect, you’re already setting yourself up for success.” [4:56] “Planning is one of those things that can absolutely free time up for you and also allow you to enjoy the experience even more.” [7:35] “You can get a great workout by doing so many different things. Go ahead and use that to your advantage and just think about how you can think outside the box!” [20:15] “You have to realize that you don’t need anybody to be looking over your should to make sure you’re checking boxes. This is about you doing this because you’re worth it.” [22:49] “The more that you can respect your own boundaries, the more you will expect other people’s boundaries.” [25:08]   Resources Mentioned Check out the full episode page here Join The 3-Day Thanksgiving Workout Series  7-Day FREE Mind-Body Activation Program  Join the G.O.A.L.S. Society Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram  Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative   Related Episodes Episode 26: “No One Can Do It As Well As Me” Episode 25: “Everyone Needs Something From Me” Episode 8: “I Lose All My Progress On Weekends”

Smart Money Mamas Show
How to Stop Dreading Your Cleaning Routine with Becky Rapinchuk

Smart Money Mamas Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2020 41:59


#075 In today’s episode, I’m talking with Becky Rapinchuk, founder of Clean Mama, who is an expert in simple systems that help you consistently maintain that cozy place between chaotic and spotless. We’re talking all about taking a business from side-hustle to full-time income, how to get your whole family involved in your cleaning routine, and why cleaning just a little bit every day is a game-changer. (1:49) How Becky transitioned from blogging and working overnights at Target to building her own business (12;45) Why the Clean Mama routine works for any schedule, life stage, or family size (20:00) Struggling with clutter? Check out this genius tip! (30:10) The secret to getting your whole family on board with the cleaning routine (35:06) The mantra that will keep the mess to a minimum (38:09) Chelsea’s Top Takeaways Looking for more information, mama? Visit the show notes at https://www.smartmoneymamas.com/becky Grab your FREE Meal Planning Printables! https://smartmoneymamas.com/meal-planning-printables/

Yoke and Abundance Wise Women Podcast
Episode 102: Why I Created A Space for Everyone To Belong

Yoke and Abundance Wise Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 42:50


Episode 102 Notes:Sponsor: YAY! BrandJoin us in our Yoke and Abundance Facebook Group ->If you love the Yoke and Abundance Wise Women Podcast Consider Supporting us through Patreon.In Celebration of the 100th Episode 25% off all coaching packages in the month of September. Use the code WISE: https://www.yokeandabundance.com/one-on-one-coachingEpisode 102 show Notes!Just past the equinoxStruggling with the colder and darker daysCautiously moving into the fall, doubling down on my tools. Time for me to move into my work outs more seriously Kicked it into high gear since covid started as far as work goesHolding space in RAWYear Ahead and Year in Review is available: https://www.yokeandabundance.com/yoke-and-abundance/digital-workbookSqueezing blood from a rock in my creative lifeIf you’re not in the seat doing it, you won’t be there when inspiration comesWe make it look easy and fun, but under that is diligent doing, hard workMy brain could really use a break. I haven’t taken a week off this yearCreativity is going to be a major tool for me as we move into the darker days of fall. PresencesWhen we are present with ourselves there is nothing but the truthWe put off our creative projects because we are afraid of what we will uncoverIf we dive into our creativity with presence we meet our lives The beauty lives in our true selves It has been a long road since covid started and my job has been to hold space for others, but I need some space and I need to tend to my own feelings, my own relationships.How is my journey with grief? How has grief influenced my path?In some ways I feel closer to my dad now because I talk to him every day, I write to him almost every day, I ask him for help and for guidance.Is divinity Real?So much of my life is focused on on work. I’m giving myself my running time back to myself. Sometimes the grief is so freshThe grief sits with usIt’s so strange that one minute someone is living and then they’re not. No room for goodbye. In my grief journey I’m wondering where it will lead. The cycles of grief are not linear, but they are present for me all the time. Grief comes up on dates and it’s weird talking about it. Dating in the time of covid. Dreading my birthdayI used to be so proud that my birthday was so close to my dad’s. I don’t think there can ever be joy around my birthday again because it’s such a highlight of who’s not there. I want to be an actress. Goosebumps books by R.L Stein are what got me into readingI was bulliedMy little sensitive selfI have to resist the urge to other myself. I have to not buy into making myself “other”That’s why I created a space where everyone else feels like they belongEveryone shows love in a different wayGrade school and junior high school was tough but I had to go through that to do what I do know and create the space I’ve created now. Seeking to understandHow was I supported to follow the beat of my own drum? Following my own beat and be supported. My mom would tell me to get a thicker skinMy parents did a great job of supporting me doing theater. In College I was a dance minor to get exercise in through a means I would enjoyI was encouraged to go after what I wanted, but also to grow a thicker skin. We need to be able to take the armor off. Not everyone deserves to see our vulnerable selves Everything I produce for others is something I need to produce for myself too. My grief journey is a part of the process. It has made me dig deeper into the process.Need a Supportive Community this season?Join RAW: https://www.yokeandabundance.com/reawakingJoin The Gathering: https://www.yokeandabundance.com/the-gathering

BEYOND BARRIERS
Episode 94: Habits & Hacks: Performance Review Tips

BEYOND BARRIERS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 15:08


It’s that dreaded time of the year ... performance review cycles are in process in most organizations. According to research from SHRM (the Society for Human Resource Management), 90% of performance reviews are painful and ineffective. Managers spend 210 hours on performance management and are inundated with reviews to complete. Meanwhile employees experience anxiety about an unpredictable outcome with 22% of employees preferring to call in sick rather than face a performance review. In this episode, we will share performance review tips so you can set yourself up for success and turn this into an opportunity and make the most of it to advance in your career.   Highlights: [00:40] Dreading the performance review [02:27] Actively managing your career [05:10] Tips for last minute prep for review [07:28] Seeking out the truth tellers for feedback [10:24] Be curious when receiving feedback [11:18] Always follow-up after a review [12:44] Summary of 5 performance review tips   Quotes: “If you're not actively managing your career, chances are that you haven't done all of the groundwork needed for you to make the most out of the feedback cycle and to leverage the review for advancement.” – Nikki Barua “Take every opportunity to illustrate your accomplishments and share measurable results that you've created.” – Nikki Barua “Your self-assessment is not the time to be humble. It is the time to advocate for yourself and highlight your accomplishments.” – Monica Marquez “Utilize the STAR method in your performance reviews – Situation, Tasks, Action, Results.” – Monica Marquez “Be strategic in who you ask for feedback and what you ask them to support you in.” - Monica Marquez “Seek feedback to listen and learn, not to refute and reject.” - Nikki Barua “Feedback is essential for growth, it is a gift.” – Monica Marquez   About Nikki Barua: Nikki Barua is a digital innovator, serial entrepreneur, author & speaker. Website: https://www.nikkibarua.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenikkibarua/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thenikkibarua/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thenikkibarua/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NikkiBarua   About Monica Marquez: Monica Marquez is an ex-Googler, diversity expert and senior corporate leader. Website: https://themonicamarquez.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMonicaMarquez/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themonicamarquez/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/themonicamarquez/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/themmarquez  

No Jumper
The No Jumper Show Ep. 45

No Jumper

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2020 145:53


0:12 Glamping (Glamorous Camping) 2:35 Cam Girl arrives 4:28 Geore Floyd and 1:20:26 New Lil Yachty's tape 1:22:42 Iann Connor vs George Floyd 1:23:48 They try to discrediting George Floyd's story and his family private autopsy 1:25:07 Will Geaorge Floyd tragic loss could be the change of all changes? The ultimate turning point? The domino effect from the Fedex drivers 1:28:37 NY cops to work round the clock 1:29:18 Dreading the elections and are Anonymous tweets real? 1:30:26 Jeffrey Epstein's documentary and his high profile associations 1:33:05 The Prince testimony from the Jeffrey Epstein documentary 1:34:18 Clinton is guilty by association? 1:35:40 Uncut Gems and Julia Fox infatuation 1:39:14 House Phone and Cam Girl explain the beef with Idontknowjeffery 1:40:23 This is not the time to focus on any beef with Idontknowjeffery 1:40:42 Adam wants to know the meaning behind some of the bars 1:41:57 Adam added fuel by tweeting + Idontknowjeffery doing it solely for publicity 1:43:19 Idontknowjeffery just want to get clout, while House Phone really is not amused "He's so corny" Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/plugplayallday_/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBtBFOI_bOJp0HvcGNELhFQ ---- No Jumper News Discord: https://discord.gg/paeuHD FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_Jumper/4874336901