If you've ever gone looking for wine on Instagram, you have probably seen the Attorney Somm feed with over 10k followers. The man behind Attorney Somm, John, has a great educational Instagram and YouTube channel where he is constantly highlighting high QPR wines so you can get the best value out of your dollar. Foe this episode John and I sat down to talk about a few high QPR wines he has in his cellar! Cristom - Pinot Noir - Mt. Jefferson Cuvee - 2019Produttori del Barbaresco - Barbaresco - 2017Bedrock - Old Vine Xinfandel - 2019
Talking with @Atom_Computing CEO @RobHaysPDX on #quantum: 1/ Scalability 2/ 12-18 Month Roadmap 3/ QaaS 4/ Enterprise Timing to Jump in 5/ On-Prem vs Off-Prem 6/ Investing in Quantum 7/ Market Consolidation 8/ Friend or Foe? Google, IBM, NVIDIA 9/ Talent
Order of Service: - Prelude - Hymn 375 - O Little Flock, Fear Not the Foe: vv. 1-3 - John 10: 27-29: (Jesus said) "My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. And I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; neither shall anyone snatch them out of My hand. My Father, who has given them to Me, is greater than all; and no one is able to snatch them out of My Father's hand.” - Devotion - Prayer - Hymn 375 - O Little Flock, Fear Not the Foe: vv. 4 - Blessing - Postlude Service Participants: Rev. Shawn Stafford (Preacher), Jake Marzinske (Organist)
On mission to Honor God, be true to the man in the mirror, and be a rock to those around me. Lead and Inspire Strength, Results, Victory - FoE Member @Men_of_Grit (Twitter and IG) MenofGrit.blog 7:14 "For me, a strong man is strong in mind, body, and spirit." - Jerry Adams 8:52 "How do you know, both for yourself and for others, if you're serious or not?" - Brian Keith 11:36 "When I look at the core of where my strength comes from, there's a few essential things..." - Jerry Adams 12:56 "That's what I do, I'm always checking out those rings." - Jerry Adams 16:54 "By the time most people were rolling around, I put in the big rocks." - Jerry Adams 18:17 "I've got this rearview mirror, and the rearview mirror is the past." - Jerry Adams 19:56 "So many things are so much better since I've been more solid in body mind and spirit." - Jerry Adams
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events 1492 Birth of Pietro Aretino (“Pee-et-tro Air-ah-TEE-no”), Italian writer, poet, and blackmailer. He was critical of the powerful and sympathetic to religious reformers. He once wrote, Let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius. 1646 Birth of Charles Plumier, French priest and botanist. He was born in Marseille and was regarded as one of the most important botanical explorers of his time. Charles served as a botanist to King Louis XIV of France. He traveled to the New World many times, documenting plant and animal species. During his third expedition to the Greater Antilles, Charles discovered the Fuchsia triphylla on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola (modern-day Haiti and the Dominican Republic). Charles named the fuchsia plant after the 16th-century German botanist Leonhart Fuchs. And because he named the Fuschia, Charles is sometimes referred to as the Father of the Fuchsia. The Fuchsia has colorful upside-down blossoms that hang from the stems, and this is how Fuchsias get the common name Lady's Eardrops. The drooping habit is also reflected in the Irish word for Fuchsia - Deora Dé - which translates to “God's Tears.” And it's worth noting that the fruit of all the species of Fuchsia is edible. However, many Fuschia fruits are bland and have a terrible aftertaste. But the Fuschia variety Splendens has flavorful fruit and can be used to make jam. In addition to the Fuchsia, Charles discovered and named both the Begonia and the Magnolia. Charles named the Begonia after Michel Begon, who was the governor of the French Antilles for three years, from 1682 to 1685. It was Begon who recommended Charles for the position of plant collector in the Caribbean to King Louis XIV. So this naming of the Begonia was a little payback by Charles to Michel Begon. On the other hand, the naming of the Magnolia was in recognition of the great botanist Pierre Magnol - who introduced the concept of plant families. Carl Linnaeus and his wife were huge Plumier fans. They used Charles's artwork to make wallpaper for their home. Today, Charles is remembered by the genus Plumeria. A tropical, the Plumeria grows in shrubs and trees. Plumeria is sometimes called the common name Frangipani. An Italian Marquis named Frangipani used Plumeria blossoms to create a perfume used to scent gloves during the 16th century. 1826 Birth of Peter Barr, Scottish nurseryman, plant hunter, and merchant. Peter is credited as the man who popularized the daffodil. In America, Peter's promotion of daffodils inspired a daffodil craze after the Civil War ended. Over his lifetime, Peter bred over two million daffodils in his Surrey nursery, which earned him the moniker "The Daffodil King." Each spring, people would travel from all around to see thousands of daffodils representing over a hundred unique daffodil varieties blooming at Peter's nursery. At one point, the Peter Barr daffodil - a white trumpet variety - commanded $250 per bulb. During his seventies, Peter gave the nursery to his sons, and he went out and traveled the world in search of daffodils in Asia and South America. After seven years of searching, Peter finally retired. He went home to his native Scotland, and once there, he pivoted away from daffodils and began cultivating primroses. Two years before his death in 1909, Peter famously mused, I wonder who will plant my grave with primroses? Today, the Royal Horticultural Society awards the Peter Barr Memorial Cup for excellence in daffodils. And in 2019, there was a Grand Blue Plaque Unveiling at Peter's English nursery along Garratt Lane. 1849 On this day, Henri-Frédéric Amiel, Swiss philosopher, and poet, was in Geneva and wrote in his journal: It is six years today since I last left Geneva. How many journeys, how many impressions, observations, thoughts, how many forms of men and things, have since then passed before me... Three snowstorms this afternoon. Poor blossoming plum trees and peach trees! What a difference from six years ago, when the cherry trees, adorned in their green spring dress and laden with their bridal flowers, smiled at my departure along the Vaudois fields, and the lilacs of Burgundy threw great gusts of perfume into my face! Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation Flavors from the Garden by William Woys Weaver This book came out in 2021, and the subtitle is Heirloom Vegetable Recipes from Roughwood. Of course, Roughwood is a reference to the Roughwood Seed Collection of heirloom food plants that William maintains at the historic Lamb Tavern in Devon, Pennsylvania. William is an expert not only on gardening but also on food history. And he is a four-time winner of the prestigious Julia Child Cookbook Award. Now, what I first noticed about this book is the gorgeous cover, which features a simple yellow plate with a beautiful tomato salad on it, and then that is set on an old table painted and patinaed with a very light teal. It's a gorgeous cover. William creates recipes that are all about plants, and so in this book, you will find 80 seasonal recipes- everything from fresh salads and stir-fries to soups and fantastic baked goods, where the bounty of the garden harvest is the star of the show. Now William has arranged this book to follow the seasons, which means you can dip in and out as appropriate and then head to the garden to pick the in-season produce needed to make these beautiful dishes that include items like Saffron Corn Soup. There's a Ramp Pesto, and wild harvest ramps are one of the hottest new trends in pesto over the past decade. Now two things I always think of when I see a book by William Woys Weaver are heirloom gardening and herbs - and you'll find both of those featured in this cookbook. This book is 208 pages of eighty recipes that take vegetables from the garden to the kitchen and the table. You can get a copy of Flavors from the Garden by William Woys Weaver and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $24. Botanic Spark 1739 Birth of William Bartram, American botanist, artist, and naturalist known as The Flower Hunter. The son of the Quaker botanist John Bartram, William - or Billy (as he was known to his family) - was the first American to pursue a life devoted to the study of nature. Together, William and his father were the leading American plant collectors and horticulturists of their time. The two men explored colonial Pennsylvania and New York. Now in his heart, William was an artist, and his nature art was eventually widely-acclaimed. But before William's artistic success, his father, John, worried that Billy would end up a starving artist. And so, John attempted many times to no avail, to steer William toward other more lucrative endeavors. Ultimately, John came around, and he and William went on their final adventure together in Florida. During the trip, John collected specimens while William wrote and sketched. In a happy moment of discovery, John and William came upon a unique specimen, a tree that John named the Franklin tree after his dear friend Benjamin Franklin. The botanical name for the tree is Franklinia alatamaha ("frank-LIN-ee-ah ah-lah-tah-MAH-hah."), And if you're working with student gardeners, this is a fun name to teach them - just break it down for them into smaller parts: "allah-toe-ma- ha." Then put that together, Franklinia alatamaha. Now, the discovery of the Franlinia Tree became a bit of a legacy for William Bartram. In a twist of fate, William revisited the tree later in life to collect seeds for propagation. Unbeknownst to William, his seed collection of the Franklinia would prove to be his most botanically significant endeavor. By the turn of the century in 1803, the Franklin tree was extinct in the wild. And so, all of the Franklin trees that are cultivated and prized in gardens and herbariums today are descended from those seeds that William Bartram collected and cultivated over 200 years ago. And here's a little botanical fun fact: William Bartram was also the first person to describe a name, the Oakleaf Hydrangea - the hydrangea quercifolia. (Hydrangea quercifolia “kwer-sih-FOE-lee-ah”). After his trip with his father, William returned to Florida to farm. This was another career move that worried his dad. But In 1791, William's book Travels was published. In the book, William shared his 2,400-mile exploration of the American south. Travels became an immediate sensation in Europe, where people were over-the-moon curious about flora and fauna of the new world. Finally, in BJ Healey'sbook, The Plant Hunters, there is a charming summation of William's lifestory: Through his [book] Travels — one of the earliest and certainly the finest record of the American experience, landscape, and people in the eighteenth century; a book that achieved worldwide recognition and profoundly influenced Wordsworth, Coleridge, and many later writers — [William] more than proved himself a worthy son of the Old Quaker pioneer. John Bartram need not have been troubled in his later years, he would have been proud of Billy in the end. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
In this episode: first, in Poppin' Culture, we discuss the popular Netflix show, Love is Blind, and what it takes to develop a meaningful connection. Then, in our Academic Deep Dive segment, we discuss the new academic article, “Friend, Foe, or Forget ‘Em?: The Quality of LGBTQ Adult Sibling Relationships.” Last up, in Good or Bad Advice, we talk about advice on social media for building intimacy, setting boundaries, and how people define their bottom line. As always, we discuss whether the relationship advice is Good, or Bad!
Being on camera is intense work! Why make your learners work so hard in a Zoom session? Get rid of the eye glaze. Becky has some tips to avoid the burnout from overusing virtual platforms. Early eye gaze research Argyle, M., & Dean, J. (1965). Eye-contact, distance and affiliation. Sociometry, 28(3), 289–304. https://doi.org/10.2307/2786027 Bailenson, J. N., Blascovich, J., Beall, A. C., & Loomis, J. M. (2001). Equilibrium theory revisited: Mutual gaze and personal space in virtual environments. Presence, 10(6), 583–598. https://doi.org/10.1162/105474601753272844 Takac, M., Collett, J., Blom, K. J., Conduit, R., Rehm, I., & Foe, A. D. (2019). Public speaking anxiety decreases within repeated virtual reality training sessions. PLOS ONE, 14(5). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216288 Non verbal/verbal Croes, E. A. J., Antheunis, M. L., Schouten, A. P., & Krahmer, E. J. (2019). Social attraction in video-mediated communication: The role of nonverbal affiliative behavior. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 36(4), 1210–1232. https://doi.org/10.1177/0265407518757382 Purchase Becky's new book here: http://store.bobpikegroup.com/bk-creative-training-a-train-the-trainer-field-guide/ Podcast available on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/creative-training-techniques/id862555469?mt=2 And on the web here: http://www.bobpikegroup.com/Resources/podcasts-and-videos
We talk to someone in "Why Should we Talk to you on Monday" who is going to break up with a friend over the weekend. We play a round of "Friend or Foe" for Winstock tickets. We also get to hear about Woods dental hygiene. And more from today's show. Thank you for listening!
Wildebeest--Friend or Foe? Foe, obviously. What a silly question. We read New Titans #59, topics include: Things that make you go hmmm, sandwich poetry, ornamental hermits, and our growing frustration. Enjoy! Enjoy! If you enjoy the show and would like access to bonus materials, please consider donating at patreon.com/ttwasteland You can get into touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Titan Up the Defense PO Box 20311 Portland, OR 97294
Noey is joined this week by rapper & singer/songwriter Miles Gaines! Miles was discovered at the young age of 8, had almost ONE MILLION friends on MySpace (yes, MYSPACE) by the age of 10, and dropped his first hit single, "Stars" by 16. And then he wanted to quit. Now grown, Miles says 'fuck all that' & is ready to share his next moves in music, what's he's learned from his very successful father, and opens up about his friendship with a major GOAT in the NBA *eyes emoji* EPISODE BREAKDOWN: 0:00-2:30 - Intro 2:30-8:30 - Dude Where's My Porsche Keys? 9:00-12:00 - Who's Miles Gaines? 12:20-21:22 - I Can't Even 21:38-28:29 - How Did We Get Here 28:40-29:10 - New Music 29:20-37:58 - Uplifting Vibes 40:00-43:20 - Getting It Out The Mud 43:25-46:00 - The Curry's 46:00-48:00 - 2 GOATS 50:00-54:50 - Grammys 58:30-61:52 - Why Do We Always End On Eating Ass FOLLOW MILES: https://www.youtube.com/user/milesgaines https://music.apple.com/us/artist/miles-gaines/947432999 Instagram: @milesgaines Twitter: @milesgaines FOLLOW NOEY: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-bHKbZO8WpF1qZ-pRnFKww Instagram: @noeygnome Twitter: @noeygnome TikTok: @noeygnome
Friend or Foe? Do you know who your true friends really are and do you think you would pass the test of being a true friend? Tune into this episode to learn my POV on friendship and what I can come to learn is the most important part to true friendship. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jackie-peng/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jackie-peng/support
Welcome to the NH 2A Podcast where we discuss anything related to the Second Amendment including firearms, gear, and current events. Hosted by Jared and Jacob in the free state of New Hampshire. In this episode, we discuss Identification, Friend or Foe, also known as IFF. Highlights include a discussion about different types of IFF and how they would work in a civilian context. Be proficient, politically active, and polite. *** Any information contained in this podcast should not be considered to be legal advice ***Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/nh2apodcast)
Episode 64: Salt. Friend or Foe? Salt is a naturally occurring compound that we mostly use to season the foods we eat, giving it more flavor and better taste. Yet over the past few decades salt has gotten a bad reputation as it has been linked to high blood pressure, heart disease and even stomach cancer. Those 3 killers are enough for most people to run home and trash their salt, but is salt to blame? Is it really that dangerous or is it the missing piece to your health puzzle? In today's episode we get real salty as we talk about the misinformation of salt and how getting proper sodium can be the one change you didn't know you needed to make! . . . THE PROCLIVITY METHOD: Information: https://www.proclivity.co/proclivity-method Clarity Call: https://www.proclivity.co/clarity-call PROCLIVITY SUPPORTED PRODUCTS: Full Script Practitioner Grade Supplements: www.fullscript.com To Book a Supplement Consultation CLICK HERE Email email@example.com to become eligible Eight Sleep Pod: www.eightsleep.com Use promo code “Joel” at checkout for $150 off Hydroviv Water Filter: https://www.hydroviv.com/ LMNT Electrolytes https://drinklmnt.com/ Email Team@proclivity.co for a FREE sample pack Molekule Air Purifier: https://molekule.com/ Use the link above to save $50 off your order Fatco Skin Care: www.fatco.com Use the cod “Proclivity” at checkout to save 15% off
His week that was – Kevin Healy, Just Stop It! New campaign by Extinction Rebellion against new coal, gas and oil – Mark Conroy, Lynas corp, new name but same dirty polluter in Malaysia and Australia – Lee Tan, AID/WATCH, The Federal government's plan for nuclear waste dumps on Barngarla country, Kimba SA – Dr Jim Green, national anti-nuclear campaigner for FOE. Israeli weapons manufacturer forced out of our Future Fund, now get them out of Federal and Victorian governments! – Rawan Arraf, Executive Director of the Australian Centre for International Justice, Human rights and trade union rights activist Peter Murphy back from observing Timor Leste elections,
This week on City Limits, we listen to an interview from Radio EcoShock, where Alex Smith interviews Professor of Urban Ecology Timon McPhearson about the effects of climate change on cities, and the recent IPCC report Climate Change 2022 : Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability.Later Kevin and Zeb have a conversation with Anna Langford with Act on Climate (Friends of the Earth), who reflects on the interview and also discusses the work of Friends of the Earth around this topic. Their discussion includes:- the Victorian Government's Climate Change Act (2017) which requires the government to not only set emmissions reduction targets every five years until 2050, but also to write a climate strategy for the state every five years, focusing on continued emission reduction and structural adaptations as a statewide response to climate impacts,- the Victorian Government's public consultations for their Gas Substitution Roadmap for pathways out of industrial and individual gas usage, FOE's previous work demanding a permanent end to fracking and new gas extraction projects and FOE's continued fight against gas extraction - they'll soon be launching a grassroots project to write up a community-led version of the gas substitution roadmap to present to the Victorian Government... watch this space!- the Federal Government's announcement of $50M handouts to fossil fuel companies, as a reactive and regressive response to projected gas shortages stemming from war in Ukraine, and how this kind of answer locks us into a dangerous fossil fuel dependence in the long-term,- FOE's Climate Impacts at Work Survey in conjunction with various unions, about how workers are experiencing the impacts of climate change in various workplace settings and what do they want to do about it. - The establishment of Earthworker Cooperative in the Latrobe Valley, and the importance of working with unions in the fight for sustainable jobs for the community and the environment. You can go to the Friends of the Earth (Melbourne) website to learn more about their various campaign meetings and upcoming actions.
Wednesday, 16 March 2022 For some time ago Theudas rose up, claiming to be somebody. A number of men, about four hundred, joined him. He was slain, and all who obeyed him were scattered and came to nothing. Acts 5:36 The advice from Gamaliel concerning the apostles is now to be given, but before actually providing his recommendation, he gives background data that will lead to his recommendation. What he says is from the historical record, and it details things the council would have been fully aware of. The first example begins with the words, “For some time ago Theudas rose up.” Bringing in the name Theudas causes scholars a great deal of difficulty. The only known Theudas outside of the Bible is found in the writings of Josephus. However, he is placed later in history by Josephus than Gamaliel's speech now. As such, some find Luke's words an anachronism. A great deal is written on the inclusion of this name now, but the Pulpit commentary gives three options concerning him that allow for the biblical account to stand as correct – “1. Josephus may have misplaced the adventure of Theudas by some accidental error. Considering the vast number of Jewish insurrections from the death of Herod the Great to the destruction of Jerusalem, such a mistake is not very improbable. 2. There may have been two adventurers of the name of Theudas, one in the reign of Augustus Caesar, and the other in the reign of Claudius; and so both the historians may be right, and the apparent discrepancy may have no real existence (see Wordsworth, in loc.). 3. The person named Theudas by Gamaliel may be the same whom Josephus speaks of (‘Bell. Jud.,' it. 4:2) by the common name of Simon, as gathering a band of robbers around him, and making himself king at Herod's death (‘Sonntag,' cited by Meyer, etc.). But he was killed by Gratus, and the insurrection suppressed. A variety in this last mode has also been suggested (Kitto's ‘Cyclopaedia'), viz. to understand Theudas to be an Aramaic form of Theodotus, and the equivalent Hebrew form of Theodotus to be מַתִתְיָה, Matthias, and so the person meant by Theudas to be a certain Matthias who with one Judas made an insurrection, when Herod the Great was dying, by tearing down the golden eagle which Herod had put over the great gate of the temple, and who was burnt alive with his companions, after defending his deed in a speech of great boldness and constancy (‘Ant. Jud' 17:6).” The first option, as noted, is not improbable. Josephus is often cited as an absolute authority when someone wants to defend his opinion concerning one matter or another. However, in comparing the writings of Josephus to Scripture an almost infinite number of discrepancies arise between the two. What he says will often deviate significantly from a plain reading of the Scriptures. Therefore, and because of the reliability of the Bible, it is always best to defer to it and only to cite Josephus when his writings contain unique accounts that cannot be verified elsewhere. His writings are important, but they are certainly not inspired. But just as important concerning this is that the details of Josephus concerning his account do not match what is stated in this verse by Gamaliel. Therefore, to assume that Josephus is right, and Luke made a blundering error shows an immediate bias against the writings of Luke, picking one similarity and disregarding other differences. With this understood, Gamaliel continues with his reference to Theudas, saying that he rose up “claiming to be somebody.” The meaning of this is that Theudas put himself forth as an authority figure who was worth being heeded and who was also deemed worthy of being followed – “I am divinely appointed by God to deliver Israel! Men... Follow me!” It is to be remembered that Gamaliel is giving examples that are to be taken in the context of the claims of the apostles. Therefore, Theudas' “claiming to be somebody” is to be set parallel to the thought that “the apostles claim that Jesus is somebody.” In other words, Gamaliel is using a historical account to build a case based on precedent in order to make a decision. As such, he continues with, “A number of men, about four hundred, joined him.” The number is not large compared to the Roman army, nor is it especially large in relation to many other groups of insurrectionists that might arise in hopes of overthrowing a sizeable army. Despite this, it is the same size of force that David originally had when he broke away from Saul – “David therefore departed from there and escaped to the cave of Adullam. So when his brothers and all his father's house heard it, they went down there to him. 2 And everyone who was in distress, everyone who was in debt, and everyone who was discontented gathered to him. So he became captain over them. And there were about four hundred men with him.” 1 Samuel 22:1, 2 However, this band of four hundred eventually grew into a large fighting force. Later, David became the ruler of all of Israel. Again, the account must be set in parallel to what Gamaliel is saying. David had been chosen by the Lord to be the next king. He was anointed as such by Samuel. And though his army started small, it grew into a vast kingdom of great power. The Scriptures reveal that God was behind the actions of David, and therefore David became the great leader of his people and the king of his nation. God's will and purposes could not be thwarted. On the other hand, Theudas had an army of the same size as David. And yet, “He was slain.” In David's battles, he did the slaying. Again, and again, the Bible records the magnificent fighting and leadership abilities of David. God had chosen the man, He was there with the man, and thus David was unstoppable as he defeated the enemies of God's people. Instead of being slain in battle, he died in his own bed, having seen the continuance of his kingdom through the establishment of his own son, Solomon, as king in his place with all of Israel subject to him. As for Theudas, Gamaliel says, “and all who obeyed him were scattered and came to nothing.” David and his four hundred grew into the leaders of an entire nation. He appointed those with him to leadership positions, and rewarded those who were faithful subjects. Theudas, on the other hand, was defeated in battle, lay slain in the dust, and his followers dispersed. And the reason is obvious, no group of people of sane mind would continue to follow a slain leader who accomplished nothing he had set out to do. And again, the parallel to Jesus and the apostles must be considered. This small band of apostles had grown into a very sizeable following because of the message they conveyed to the people. Their Leader had also been slain, but that was both a part of what was supposed to happen, and it was not the end of the story they spoke forth. Instead, He had risen in victory. And their Foe was not an oppressive ruler over the people. Rather, it was the power of Satan himself that He had defeated. Death had been defeated, and a new life had come out of what Jesus had done. Gamaliel is making a point. If the message of the apostles is true, whatever the council decided must take that into consideration. David and his four hundred eventually led to an eternal dynasty – “When your days are fulfilled and you rest with your fathers, I will set up your seed after you, who will come from your body, and I will establish his kingdom. 13 He shall build a house for My name, and I will establish the throne of his kingdom forever. 14 I will be his Father, and he shall be My son. If he commits iniquity, I will chasten him with the rod of men and with the blows of the sons of men. 15 But My mercy shall not depart from him, as I took it from Saul, whom I removed from before you. 16 And your house and your kingdom shall be established forever before you. Your throne shall be established forever.” 2 Samuel 7:12-16 On the other hand, Theudas and his four hundred men came to nothing. The difference between the two is whether their actions met with the approval of the Lord or not. Life application: Many people have built great and lasting dynasties. This does not mean that the people rightly followed God and were set in place because He approved of them. But they could not have arisen to such positions unless God had allowed them to do so. We cannot make the assumption that just because someone is powerful or wealthy that they are right with the Lord. However, the power and wealth of that person ultimately came from the Lord allowing it to be so. Likewise, a person who is faithful to the Lord may be poor, he may have no authority, he may be a minister with a very small ministry, or he may be a cripple or someone who even dies at an early age. The main thing that we need to guide our lives is faithfulness to the Lord. Whatever else happens, good or bad, is what the Lord allows in our lives. It may actually be more difficult to be faithful to the Lord when one has great power, wealth, and abundance. How easy it is to forget the Lord in such circumstances! Let us remember to be faithful no matter what our lot in life is. The life that is truly life is ahead, and the Lord will reward our faithfulness in a way that we cannot yet even imagine. Lord God, Your will in our lives! May that be the driving motivation in all that we do. Help us to focus on that which is truly of value and not on the temporary, fleeting pleasures of this life we currently live. Help us! Give us strength and wisdom to be faithful to You as we walk down this temporary path on the way to glory. Amen.
We are joined again by Peter Ayiro, who returns to link Psalm 31 back to Psalm 27 for us. Does doubt fill you when you find yourself in the midst of a difficult situation after following God? Do you wonder whether he really led you or you were somehow deceived into the trouble you now face? Psalm 31 is a beautiful example of how David reminded himself of who God was and what he had done for him, even in the midst of an attack from his foes. His defiance in choosing to worship God and remember His deeds and trust Him, rather than submitting to his own thoughts of fear and doubt, is a posture that we can all learn from and emulate. Join us as we go deeper…--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Follow ITD on Social Media:Facebook: @ithinkdifferentpodcastTwitter: @itd_keor email us if you would like to get in touch with us...firstname.lastname@example.org--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Give:You can support the podcast by using the 'support the show' link below. The payment gateway has secure card and mobile money transactions available. We are trying to get more equipment to expand the platform:Support the show (https://dashboard.flutterwave.com/donate/0uftcqgzq85z)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Mic here, more equipment to go....Here is the rest of the equipment we are trying to get:1 Rode RODECaster Pro Podcast Production Studio: https://amzn.to/3g1IM3G3 Shure MV 7: https://bit.ly/shuremv72 Audio-Technica ATH-M30x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones: https://amzn.to/3jATUWsCheck out the support the podcast section below for the link to our donation gateway.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Graphics AttributionGraphics designed by Kevin Kung'uPhoto by Mike Blank on Unsplash--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Support the PodcastYou can support the podcast by using the 'support the show' link below:Support the show (https://dashboard.flutterwave.com/donate/0uftcqgzq85z)
Sorry we posted the wrong one again. In this extended version of the podcast we talk to someone who is dating their ex fiancé and his family is not happy about it. We play a round of "Friend or Foe" for Winstock tickets. Kelly admits to having one of the lamest hobbies in the world. And more from the past 2 days of shows. Thank you for listening!
We are so used to yo-yo dieting and following the latest fad, and ladies, I have to ask: does it ever work? The answer is no. And if you're in the same boat, I want you to know that you're not alone. Let's talk about the five obstacles that actually prevent you from achieving sustainable weight loss. 5 Obstacles Preventing Us From Achieving Sustainable Fat Loss Commit to the long-game strategy Manage your stress or sleep Maintaining your lean muscle mass Stay accountable to yourself Reevaluate and recommit to your current goals Mindset, Sleep, and Stress Levels Matter Before we dive into these obstacles, I really want to stress that while you've likely heard that what you eat to lose weight and what you eat to maintain weight should be different - they're not all that dissimilar. What actually causes the problem for your body is yo-yo dieting and following fad diets. These types of diets can lead to leptin resistance, which prevents your body's ability to lose weight. The first obstacle you need to overcome, however, is getting your mindset and frame of mind right. You have to play the long game, there are no quick fixes. Next, I want to talk about the importance of sleep and managing your stress levels. When your hormones work in overdrive and you're not giving your body time to process through rest, you simply cannot lose weight. I talk about some of my favorite grounding exercises, including meditation and journaling, and why you should absolutely consider adopting some into your own wellness practice. Keep Yourself Accountable It's also super important that you're not losing your lean muscle mass when you're trying to lose weight. You need to maintain your lean muscle. Make sure you're including strength training in your workout routine and weight loss plan to prevent this loss. You also need to be accountable on this journey. This could be accountable to yourself, and this is where checking in with your scale comes in handy, or it could be with an accountability buddy. Accountability is huge when it comes to staying committed to your weight loss journey. Finally, it is vital that you periodically reassess, reevaluate, and recommit your goals. As your body changes, so will your health and fitness needs. Please keep checking in to see if you're still on track to meet your goals - or even if your goals have changed! Have you struggled to lose weight in the past? What were some of the reasons you didn't reach your goals? Let me know in the comments on the episode page! In This Episode The difference between reaching your weight loss goal and retaining your weight [3:45] Why your body gets confused with yo-yo dieting [10:45] What happens to your body when you have leptin resistance [12:15] Some grounding exercises to manage your stress and sleep [18:00] Why you need to maintain your lean muscle mass during weight loss [19:30] When you might want to check in with a scale [27:00] How to be accountable to yourself [28:15] Quotes “Self-love and self-compassion are about creating a strategy for long-term, sustainable results.” [6:45] “If you struggle, you think that you're doing all the right things, and it feels like nothing works, there's a good chance that there could be some leptin resistance.” [12:33] “The problem with quick fixes is that we didn't take enough time to actually get our mindset right. This is actually the biggest thing; we can retrain our body to lose body fat, we can train our body to gain muscle mass. But if we don't have the mindset, that epic reason why we are doing this, forget it. All bets are off and this will be just another quick fix.” [14:13] “I'll tell you, all the studies out there show that those who weigh themselves once a week have better long-term, sustainable results because they're accountable to themselves. That is one way that they're able to stay accountable.” [28:19] Resources Mentioned Transform with Ali Novitsky: FREE Training Series Join the Transform 4.0 Waitlist Check out the full episode page here 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 95: Choosing Health Not Diet Culture Episode 82: Plateau...Friend or Foe? Episode 70: Becoming a "Normal" Eater
Gaby and Allison start off by sharing some misadventures with duvet covers. (Very scandalous!) They then try to help a listener whose partner wants to break up with her because he needs to focus on his mental health. City council candidates Hugo Soto-Martinez and Eunisses Hernandez then join the chat to talk grassroots movements, failing our citizens and the power of organizers. And finally, technology! Friend? Foe? Both?! This has been a Forever Dog production Produced by Melisa D. Monts Executive produced by Brett Boham, Joe Cilio, Alex Ramsey, and Tracy Soren To listen to this podcast ad-free Sign up for Forever Dog Plus at foreverdogpodcasts.com/plus Check out video clips of our podcasts on Youtube at youtube.com/foreverdogteam And make sure to follow us on Twitter, instagram and Facebook at ForeverDogTeam to keep up with all of the latest Forever Dog News Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Should we keep it going? Are we having fun? Which episodes did the community like the most? In this episode Kimberley MacKenzie and Paul Nazareth reflect on Season One and the rich conversations they were able to have with so many incredible people. They also dig into the data and share which episodes resonated with the most people. And wrap up thinking about what's next and where they should go from here. Here is the top ten list from 2021 Cindy Wagman: The Reluctant Fundraiser Andrea Gunraj: Anti-Oppressive Communication Jay Frost and George Zeno: Community or Donors? Who's Right? Jason Lewis: Why Fundraising is Failing 6. Paul Gets Fired UP! Nice to meet you Rickesh Lakhani: Resilience Are Consultants Friend or Foe? Ann Gloger: Scaling Connected Communities Liz LeClair: It is time to get uncomfortable You may want to take some time to revisit some of the great conversations from last year. Then buckle your seatbelts for season two. If you haven't already please consider joining The Intersection community here and remember to like, subscribe and share this podcast so we can keep building a connected and inspired community. Thank you for spending time here.
Today we are joined by Peter Ayiro, who takes us through Psalm 27. In Psalm 27, David is once again dealing with his foes. From his response, we see how to face the animosity that comes from those who oppose us. Are you facing opposition? Are there former friends and family members you used to lean on who are now strategizing against you? This devotional on Psalm 27 is for you. Join us as we go deeper…--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Movies and the Gospel. Have you listened yet?Here is the link to the first episode of a new segment on ITD. Have you listened to it yet? Please do, we would love your feedback on it: https://bit.ly/34wRcgp--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Follow us on Social Media:Facebook: @ithinkdifferentpodcast Twitter: @itd_ke --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Give:You can support the podcast by using the 'support the show' link below. The payment gateway has secure card and mobile money transactions available:Support the show (https://dashboard.flutterwave.com/donate/0uftcqgzq85z)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Mic here, more equipment to go....Here is the rest of the equipment we are trying to get:1 Rode RODECaster Pro Podcast Production Studio: https://amzn.to/3g1IM3G3 Shure MV 7: https://bit.ly/shuremv72 Audio-Technica ATH-M30x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones: https://amzn.to/3jATUWsCheck out the support the podcast section below for the link to our donation gateway.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Graphics AttributionGraphics designed by Kevin Kung'uPhoto by Linus Sandvide on Unsplash--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Support the PodcastYou can support the podcast by using the 'support the show' link below:Support the show (https://dashboard.flutterwave.com/donate/0uftcqgzq85z)
Dr. Uma Naidoo has been described as the world's first “triple threat” in the food and medicine space: a Harvard trained psychiatrist, Professional Chef graduating with her culinary schools' most coveted award, and a trained Nutrition Specialist. Her nexus of interests have found their niche in Nutritional Psychiatry. Dr. Naidoo founded and directs the first hospital-based Nutritional Psychiatry Service in the United States. She is the Director of Nutritional and Lifestyle Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) & Director of Nutritional Psychiatry at MGH Academy while serving on the faculty at Harvard Medical School. She was considered Harvard's Mood-Food expert and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal. Dr. Naidoo is also the national best selling author of This Is Your Brain On Food. In her book, she shows the cutting-edge science explaining the ways in which food contributes to our mental health and how a sound diet can help treat and prevent a wide range of psychological and cognitive health issues, from ADHD to anxiety, depression, OCD, and others. Follow Dr. Naidoo on Instagram here: @drumanaidoo Learn more about her, her book, and her online class here: https://umanaidoomd.com 01:00 This is Your Brain on Food with Guest Dr. Uma Naidoo 03:00 Introducing Dr. Uma Naidoo 04:30 Will leads Opening Grounding Practice (~3 minutes) 07:00 Dr. Naidoo's journey to Nutritional Psychology 11:00 The Neuroscience of the Mind/Gut Connection 15:00 The Western Diet is S.A.D. 17:00 What is a microbiome and why you should care 21:30 Diet as a solution to illness and disease 25:00 Caffeine - Friend or Foe? 26:30 Calculating Alcohol Consumption, or why you needed math class 29:00 Hang-xiety = Hangover + Anxiety 32:00 Proactive vs Reactive ways to deal with Anxiety 35:00 When sugar isn't sugar 37:00 Processed foods are depressing in so many ways 39:30 Food Fog is Real 42:30 Micronutrients as medicine 45:30 Omega-3s are super brain fuel 50:00 One thing you can do today 52:00 Add a little spice to your life 56:30 Jon leads Closing Grounding Practice (~2 minutes) Opening and closing Music: Malecon by Soyb & Amine Maxwell https://soundcloud.com/soybmusic https://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwell Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/al-malecon Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/xbWzYbtMgIE
It's the ”Do You Believe In Magic” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as the Super Bowl-bound Cincinnati Bengals get ready to face the Los Angeles Rams. On this episode, we'll hear from a Hall of Fame coach who will be part of NBC's broadcast team next week – former Indianapolis and Tampa Bay head coach Tony Dungy. My broadcast partner Dave Lapham joins me to discuss Bengals coach Zac Taylor and team president Mike Brown. And in our “Know the Foe” segment, we'll catch up with the radio voice of the Rams J.B. Long.
It's the ”California Dreamin'” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as we begin to look ahead to Super Bowl 56 in Los Angeles. Dave Lapham joins me to explain how the Cincinnati defense confused Patrick Mahomes last week and if the Bengals should continue to alternate right guards in the Super Bowl. We'll also hear from Lap's road roommate back in his playing days -- quarterback Ken Anderson. And in our “Know the Foe” segment, we'll catch up with Joe Reedy who used to cover the Bengals for the Cincinnati Enquirer and now covers Los Angeles sports teams for the Associated Press.
Sie haben Unternehmen aufgebaut, sind durchs Tal der Tränen gegangen, haben Hiring gemacht, Finanzierungsrunden aufgestellt und Kunden gewonnen und verloren - sprich: sie haben einen Haufen Erfahrung als Gründer:innen gemacht. Nun zeigt sich auch in Österreich, dass sich diese Gründer:innen als Investor:innen engagieren. Jüngstes Beispiel: Founders of Europe. Peter Steinberger (Co-Founder PSPDFKit) und Larissa Kravitz (Founder Investorella) sind zwei der insgesamt 7 Partner:innen des Investor:innen-Konsortiums von Founders of Europe - und sprechen im aktuellen Podcast über: - die Grundlagen und Ziele von Founders of Europe (FoE) - wie und warum sie von der Gründer:innen- auf die Investor:innen-Seite wechselten - wie FoE zwischen Business Angel und VC angesiedelt ist - die Ticket-Größen für die Finanzierungsrunden - Partnerschaften mit anderen Kapitalgeber:innen - den Fokus auf Diversity - das Investment-Umfeld in Zeiten von Krise und hoher Inflation - warum auch 2022 noch eine gute Zeit ist, um zu gründen Wenn dir der Podcast gefallen hat, gibt uns ein paar Sterne und/oder ein Follow auf den Podcast-Plattformen und abonniere unseren Podcast bei: - Spotify - Apple Podcast - Google Podcasts - Amazon Music - Anchor.fm und besuche unsere News-Portale - Trending Topics - Tech & Nature Danke fürs Zuhören!
It's the ”I'm Goin' To Kansas City” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as the Bengals look to advance to advance to Super Bowl 56 by knocking off the Kansas City Chiefs on their home field this Sunday. On this episode, my broadcast partner Dave Lapham joins me to discuss the latest Bengals news and keys to Sunday's game. My 1-on-1 player interview is with defensive back Tre Flowers who will be facing Patrick Mahomes for the sixth time between college and the NFL. Evan Washburn will be on the sideline for CBS on Sunday and tells us what the noise is like from field level at Arrowhead Stadium. And in our “Know the Foe” segment, we'll hear Adam Teicher who covers the Chiefs for ESPN.
It's the ”I'm So Excited” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as Cincinnati looks to advance to the AFC Championship Game by knocking off the 12-5 Tennessee Titans. On this episode, I'll talk X's and O's with one of my favorite podcast guests -- Greg Cosell from NFL Films and the "NFL Matchup" show on ESPN. My 1-on-1 player interview is with offensive lineman Quenton Spain who has blocked for Tennessee star Derrick Henry in the past and is blocking for Joe Burrow now. Dave Lapham joins me to look at the injury concerns on the defensive line and whether the offensive game plan this week should be heavily dependent on Joe Burrow or Joe Mixon. And in our “Know the Foe” segment, we'll hear from Jon Burton, a TV sports anchor and radio talk show host in Nashville.
It's ”The Rising” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as the AFC North Champions look to end their long drought without a playoff win as they host the Las Vegas Raiders. On this episode, I'll talk to Kay Adams from “Good Morning Football” on the NFL Network. She'll tell us why she predicted that the Bengals would be a playoff team back in July. My 1-on-1 player interview is with CJ Uzomah who reveals who came up with the nickname “Joey Franchise." Dave Lapham joins me to look at some of the key matchups on Saturday. And in our “Know the Foe” segment, we'll hear from Charles Davis from CBS Sports who called five Raiders games on TV this year including Cincinnati's win in Las Vegas in Week 11.
It's the ”How Do You Like Me Now” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as the Bengals wrap up the regular season in Cleveland and get ready for a home playoff game. On this episode, I'll talk to one of the stars of "Good Morning Football" on the NFL Network Kyle Brandt. Dave Lapham joins me to discuss the decision to rest Joe Burrow and other starters in Cleveland. My 1-on-1 player interview is with Isaiah Prince who will be the Bengals right tackle in the playoffs now that Riley Reiff is officially out for the rest of the year. And in our “Know the Foe” segment, we'll take a in-depth look at what's gone wrong for the Browns this year with long-time Cleveland sportswriter Tony Grossi.
It's the "Don't Stop Me” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as the Bengals look to grab sole possession of first place in the AFC North as they battle the Baltimore on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium. On this episode, I'll talk to Peter King from NBC Sports about Joe Burrow, Zac Taylor, and what the two of them are building in Cincinnati. My 1-on-1 player interview is with Tyler Boyd who is savoring the first December playoff chase of his NFL career. Dave Lapham joins me to discuss the latest Bengals news and what it's going to take to sweep the regular season series from the Ravens. And finally, in our “Know the Foe” segment, we'll get the scoop from Baltimore from former Ravens linebacker Brad Jackson.
Friend or Foe? Elf on the Shelf! Christina Ochoa joins Eric and Roselyn as all reveal the past that led them to acting. Christina is excited about her character on "Promised Land" because it is such a departure from stereotypical roles. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This is a compilation of highlights from Cougar Sports Saturday on December 18th, 2021. Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte get you ready for BYU vs UAB today in the Independence Bowl. The guys discuss the biggest storylines to enter the game and the updated injury report. Kalani Sitake joins to discuss bowl prep and what he hopes to see from his team today. The guys break down UAB in Know the Foe and preview the matchup in Three and Out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the "Stayin' Alive” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as the Bengals try to snap a 2-game losing streak and stay alive in the AFC playoff hunt with a road win in Denver. Dave Lapham joins me to discuss the latest Bengals news involving Trey Hendrickson, Riley Reiff, and others and look ahead to Sunday's game in the Mile High City. My 1-on-1 player interview is with safety Ricardo Allen who shares his process for dealing with a gut-wrenching loss and describes why it is so hard to cover George Kittle. With two touchdown catches last week, Ja'Marr Chase broke the Bengals rookie record for receiving touchdowns with 10 and I'll speak to the legend whose record he broke – the sensational Isaac Curtis. And finally, in our “Know the Foe” segment, we'll take an in-depth look at the Broncos with Mike Klis who covers the team for 9 News in Denver.
069: LECTINS: FRIEND or FOE? Can they really cause LEAKY GUT?Well, it depends on YOU, the Individual. Some, in fact MOST people tolerate them just fine, provided they are cooked (who is going to eat a raw kidney bean or any bean for that matter) and we as a HUMAN race have been tolerating them for THOUSANDS of years. (see below for more)For more on Dr. Hemingway, please visit his website, https://www.modernmedicinemovement.comThere you will be able to sign up for his FREE WEEKLY health newsletter athttps://www.modernmedicinemovement.comJUST SCROLL DOWN AND ENTER YOUR EMAIL ON THE WEBSITE FOR WEEKLY GOODNESS!AND... Dr. Hemingway's NEW NATURAL HEALTH AND WEIGHT LOSS COURSE is NOW $100 off for ONE more WEEK only! Get it NOW while you can!! Price goes up to $197 in a week... ONLY $97 for this week only:)You can find the course here: https://brookehemingway1.mastermind.com/masterminds/22790OR GO TO: mastermind.comand do search for Hemingway and it will pop up!If you want to meet Dr. Hemingway in person, he will be giving a keynote talk at the ALIGN AMBITION personal development conference Jan 12-14 in Scottsdale Arizona; also featuring the likes of Dave Hollis, Heidi Powell, Jasmin Star, and Patrice Washington, Amberly Lago, Tiffany Peterson, and Brooke Hemingway. It will be a ONCE IN A LIFETIME Experience. Get your tickets today at aligneventslive.com It WILL SELL OUT!I would love to meet you and share my latest content and a sneak preview of my upcoming BOOK! Learn more about Thomas Hemingway, MD and upcoming episodes, tips, tricks and more here:www.modernmedicinemovement.comon Instagram at @modermedicinemovement or @alohasurfdocAsk to join his FREE Private Facebook health Group with weekly LIVE educational sessions entitled:Modern Medicine Movement Health and Wellness Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2543880582493990/?ref=shareAlthough Dr. Thomas Hemingway is a physician, he is NOT your physician and is NOT to replace your primary care physician/health care provider. This podcast is NOT to be construed as medical advice by Dr. Thomas Hemingway or the guests comments as they are opinion only and NOT medical advice. Please consult your physician/health care provider should you have any medical questions or before trying any new practice. ***(Continued from above) Interestingly, though, some health influencers and even doctors have worked hard to get us to FEAR LECTINS which I really do NOT feel is warranted. In fact, there is NO significant human data that I am aware of that shows that completely eliminating lectins from your diet will make you any healthier or cure or treat any specific illness whether it be arthritis or other auto-immune or inflammatory disorders though there are some that want us to think that.So what are lectins anyway? They are a type of plant protein which binds to carbohydrates and is found in many plant based foods, known as a phytochemical, which can cause issues in some people, though mostly when the foods that contain them are eaten raw. Take for example, the case of a kidney bean; if you were to eat it raw, though almost no one would, it could make you violently sick due to the contained lectins that have not been deactivated by the HEAT of Cooking. The typical foods that contain lectins are beans or legumes, potatoes, wheat, grains, and the nightshade vegetable family (tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, potatoes). Lectins, as mentioned are plant chemicals which bind to carbohydrates and can limit or impair the nutrient absorption as in the case of the soybean for example, so eating raw soybeans will not prov
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The COVID-19 pandemic brought many challenges to the restaurant industry, especially at its peak in early 2020 when indoor dining in much of the country was shut down. A shining light seemed to come in the form of food delivery services, which enabled restaurants to reopen and safely provide food to patrons even though their dining rooms remained closed, or open at a reduced capacity. But is the relationship between restaurants and food delivery services really a healthy one, especially with indoor dining allowed once again? A new study selected for publication in the INFORMS journal Management Science titled “Food Delivery Service and Restaurant: Friend or Foe?” explores this relationship and in particular its impact on restaurants and the restaurant industry as a whole. Joining me to discuss this work is Manlu Chen with Renmin University of China's School of Business.
They Bite! They Fight! They engage in a centuries old battle, seeking to prove to humanity that they are more Friend than Foe! That's right, on this edition of Cartoon Combat, the shadow-cloaked protectors of New York City, the Gargoyles, will go toe-to-toe with the rude, crude, gene-slamming dudes, the Street Sharks! Who will triumph in this battle of humanoid heavyweights? Will Goliath and his clan soar to untold heights? Or will Ripster and his bros evade the dual threats of Dr. Piranoid and copyright attornies and skate on to the next round? Find out by tuning your ear-holes into this week's edition of...CARTOON COMBAT! This week we're watching: Gargoyles, available for streaming on Disney+ Season 1 ep 1: Awakening, Part 1 Season 2 ep 1: Leader of the Pack Street Sharks, available from streaming on Amazon Prime Season 1 ep 1: Sharkbait Season 2 ep 1: Sharkquest Season 3 ep 1: Jurassic Shark Music was arranged and performed by Nick Purcell. Nick does lessons and commissions and can be contacted via Instagram, @npurcell22. We Tweet sometimes @combat_cartoon
Abby and Kellee are beginning to wrap up season two and find themselves recording in a rather silly mood. If you are looking for lightness, laughter, and vulnerability join Abby and Kellee as they explore what their careers would be if they weren't therapists. Of course, they tie in how this relates to our own security and connectedness to our therapist identity. Topics Touched on:Rick Hanson- Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom: https://www.thriftbooks.com/w/buddhas-brain-the-practical-neuroscience-of-happiness-love-and-wisdom_daniel-j-siegel_rick-hanson/Frank Wilczek: https://physics.mit.edu/faculty/frank-wilczek/Dr. Dan Siegel- https://www.attachment-and-trauma-treatment-centre-for-healing.com/blogs/understanding-and-working-with-the-window-of-toleranceCoffee and Chat: Friend or Foe? Exploring Our Own Attachment Sh*t In The Therapy room:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com/store/Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_therapist/https://www.facebook.com/TWTPodcasters/Visit our website:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com
Perfectionism isn't the same as striving to be your best, but is there any situation in which perfectionism can serve you? Can perfectionism be a friend? Or is it always a fear-based foe? In this episode, Melinda and Joy Torchia talk about perfectionism and how it impacts our coaching businesses.
Get ready to ground into this episode as Kellee and Abby explore dissociation. They talk about dissociations being on a continuum, a natural, and normal part of all our lives. They also discuss the brilliance in the body dissociating after trauma and encourage therapist to lean it not run away. Abby and Kellee end the episode offering basic strategies therapists can use to support clients with dissociation in and outside of session. Topics Touched on:Janina Fisher: https://www.thriftbooks.com/w/healing-the-fragmented-selves-of-trauma-survivors-overcoming-internal-self-alienation_janina-fisher/13534321/?resultid=a934f9b1-41d6-4aab-9c3d-a871b62be645#edition=13201579&idiq=26946741Bonnie Badenoch: https://www.nurturingtheheart.comDr. Dan Siegel- https://www.attachment-and-trauma-treatment-centre-for-healing.com/blogs/understanding-and-working-with-the-window-of-toleranceEMDR Tool Box: https://www.thriftbooks.com/w/emdr-toolbox-theory-and-treatment-of-complex-ptsd-and-dissociation_james-knipe/13872979/?resultid=6c3a512d-cefe-4b6d-ae7c-b76da9005609#edition=20900482&idiq=29968511Coffee and Chat: Friend or Foe? Exploring Our Own Attachment Sh*t In The Therapy room:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com/store/ Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_therapist/https://www.facebook.com/TWTPodcasters/Visit our website:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com
Abby and Kellee talk about curiosity in the therapy room from an IPNB perspective. They explore how compassionate and respectful curiosity looks and feels different in the therapy space versus curiosity where we have an agenda; a path we are wanting to follow. Abby and Kellee go on to discuss how we must know we don't know something to truly be curious with our clients in the therapy space. Topics Touched on:Yalom: https://www.yalom.comHold Me Tight: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/2153780.Hold_Me_TightCircle of Security: https://www.circleofsecurityinternational.comBonnie Badenoch: https://www.nurturingtheheart.comDr. Dan Siegle- https://www.attachment-and-trauma-treatment-centre-for-healing.com/blogs/understanding-and-working-with-the-window-of-toleranceCoffee and Chat: Friend or Foe? Exploring Our Own Attachment Sh*t In The Therapy room:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com/store/ Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_therapist/https://www.facebook.com/TWTPodcasters/ Visit our website:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com
In this episode, we have an extended discussion during Beauty News, giving our take on Trevor Noah's podcast titled "Social Media Friend or Foe" (aired Aug 31, 2021). We discuss the impact COVD-19 has had on our image of ourselves and whether or not we experience Zoom Dysmorphia, the rising occurrence of teenagers wanting to look like Snapchat filters in real life and much more. We also discuss whether or not your face will fall off (fine, too dramatic) if you use expired/denatured vitamin C in our Breaking it Down segment! Dunni & Taleah can both be found on IG at @TheeDunniO & @TaleahGriffin. You can also keep in touch with Beauty Needs Me at @beautyneedsme or email us at email@example.com! Hosts: Dunni Odumosu and Taleah Griffin Produced by: Le'Ru Productions --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beautyneedsme/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beautyneedsme/support
Have you ever found yourself in a season reaching too far, too fast, too soon regarding a clinical skill or training? Have you worked in a setting where there wasn't space for a learning curve, or tolerable doses of new clinical skills? Using a plant analogy Abby and Kellee explore the impact of reaching too far, too fast, too soon with trainings, with clients, and with superviseesTopics Touched on:Coffee and Chat: Friend or Foe? Exploring Our Own Attachment Sh*t In The Therapy room:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com/store/Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_therapist/https://www.facebook.com/TWTPodcasters/ Visit our website:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com
Abby and Kellee explore differentiation. How do we begin to enter our client's pain without making it our own? They spend time talking about how growth happens at the edge (the space between). They share times they have made a client's pain their own and discuss strategies to maintain differentiation. Topics Touched on:If Women Rose Rooted- Sharon Blackie: https://www.amazon.com/If-Women-Rose-Rooted-Celtic-ebook/dp/B01AKBFTMWCircle of Security: https://www.circleofsecurityinternational.comCole Arthur Riley: https://www.instagram.com/blackliturgies/?hl=enBonnie Badenoch: https://www.nurturingtheheart.comDr. Dan Siegle- https://www.attachment-and-trauma-treatment-centre-for-healing.com/blogs/understanding-and-working-with-the-window-of-toleranceElephant video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWhyGI7q8Xk Coffee and Chat: Friend or Foe? Exploring Our Own Attachment Sh*t In The Therapy room: https://wholetherapistinstitute.com/store/Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_therapist/https://www.facebook.com/TWTPodcasters/ Visit our website:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com
Have you found yourself feeling rejected by a client, or attempting to rattle off multiple solutions for them? Abby and Kellee explore how clients who cannot accept care and trust in the therapy space may be showing you a wise part of themselves, a younger part that developed block trust out of childhood maltreatment. They discuss what this can look like with adults and child clients, what it might feel like for the therapist, and how easily the therapist can recreate attachment ruptures from early on by falling into blocked care. Topics Touched on:The Neurobiology of Attachment-Focused Therapy- Jonathan Baylin and Daniel A. Hughes: https://wwnorton.com/books/9780393711042 Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy: https://ddpnetwork.org/about-ddp/dyadic-developmental-psychotherapy/Louis Cozolino: https://mindgains.org/resources/advisory-board/louis-cozolino-ph-d/Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT): https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapy-types/dialectical-behavior-therapyDr. Dan Siegle- https://www.attachment-and-trauma-treatment-centre-for-healing.com/blogs/understanding-and-working-with-the-window-of-tolerance Coffee and Chat: Friend or Foe? Exploring Our Own Attachment Sh*t In The Therapy room: https://wholetherapistinstitute.com/store/ Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_therapist/https://www.facebook.com/TWTPodcasters/ Visit our website:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com
Are you listening to your body? Do you know when you need rest? What narratives are you holding about who you are or your worth when you rest? Abby and Kellee explore the lack of internalization that many of us have around rest. Topics Touched on:Coffee and Chat: Friend or Foe? Exploring Our Own Attachment Sh*t In The Therapy room: https://wholetherapistinstitute.com/store/ Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_therapist/https://www.facebook.com/TWTPodcasters/Visit our website:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com
Tune in On another dope interview with Chicago's heights very own Foe as he talks about his high lights and down falls he encountered as well as deep history with Smith and how they would exchange versus daily on the bus stop through rain,sleet and snow. Plus he covers his future plans! You don't want to miss --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weareaod/support