This week Ryan and Tyler sit down and discuss warming up before workouts. They talk about things to keep in mind during the process of finding the right warm up for you. The trial and error process of finding the right exercises for yourself and understanding the importance of doing a warm up, especially during the winter time, If you have a comment or topic you'd like us to talk more about please leave us a voice message at anchor.fm/two-idiots-talk-health--fitness-podcast or you can leave us a comment on this episodes video on YouTube! If you listen on Apple Podcasts please consider leaving us a 5 star review! Follow us on Spotify and subscribe to our YouTube at Two Idiots Productions! Thanks for listening and supporting! We greatly appreciate it! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Chris, Dan, and Eric recover from their Thanksgiving food comas to bring you another episode of the Nerd Table! This week, the guys discuss the best Thanksgiving food on their plates this year, and which dish they skipped over. Have they ever participated in Black Friday? And Eric knows how Black Friday began! Chris makes some big announcements for future content, and gives the final round of group founder shoutouts. Plus, sporting events, and the show ends with spoiler reviews for Hawkeye, and Game of Thrones' fourth season (the first eight episodes, because Eric has to walk the dog). emersoncotton.inteletravel.com - Gotta go somewhere for Christmas this year? Let Motivational Vacations get you there!
In this episode the boys celebrate a nice Tripsgiving.-A rocky start.-Tyler has no prep.-Getting more conservative as we get older.-Smoking toad venom.-It was all cubes. Red too.-Just admit you want to have fun.-Gotta hand it to an addict’s balance.-Patrick goes behind Tyler’s back with a bigger turkey.-Jay’s family Thanksgiving.-Going to the DMV on DMT. The... The post Episode 47: Should Have Smoked The Toad first appeared on The Ouachita Podcasts.
Episode 198 - Final MissionWe gone done it again. We hit the bottle of dreski hard and it's got us tipsy and tankered. But whatever man, that dreski is medicinal, alright? Besides, it's our Thanksgiving episode. So Happy Thanksgiving, y'all! And boy are there some real doozies in this one.This episode's alien designers have us agape with wonderment at the xenomorphology on display. Really, it's pretty wild. Perhaps it's proof that Star Trek's gods *do* play dice, and this time they rolled straight up crit fails. Or maybe we're just being species-ist. After all, one alien's triple mouth holes is just another alien's fun pokey pocket. So say we all.Captain Picard spends some quality time with Wesley Crusher before the hapless ensign is shipped off to some unwritten pocket of the universe, hardly to be heard from again. Come say your sweet goodbyes with us while we sit on the shoulder of our favorite captain, giving you the skinny on what he's really thinking about Wesley.By the end of it all, we'll all feel like a too casually installed shuttle craft door, barely hanging on by our hinges. But man will it have been a fun ride. In space, we don't need a perfect fit.. we just need another swig of that sweet medicinal.Cause boozie gotta booze! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Red manages to break Blue's control, who is furious about being possessed. Red and Blue climb up to the tower and encounter a man, who fought with Red at Mt. Moon: Koga! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/otakuology/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otakuology/support
Writers Pete Teodo and Tom Myers joined WGN Radio’s Rick Kogan to discuss their piece “People Gotta Eat,” which is one of the stories in “Open Heart Chicago: An Anthology of Chicago Writing,” edited by Vincent Francone. You can buy “Open Heart Chicago: An Anthology of Chicago Writing” here Follow Rick on Twitter at @rickkogan or on […]
Ethan Seu and Cole Smithson break down every game from an action packed Week 11 in the NFL. Look forward to more episodes coming soon. Thank you for listening!If you like the show please rate us, subscribe and share with your friends. Follow the show @4thand32podcast on Instagram and Twitter! More to come.
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Hour 1: The guys will be celebrating Thanksgiving Eve together at the UBS Arena while taking in a Rangers-Islanders game, although all things considered Boomer doesn't believe this game should be played, the Giants cut ties with Jason Garrett, now it's up to Freddie Kitchens to ‘unlock' Daniel Jones, looks like Zach Wilson will return as the Jets' starting quarterback this Sunday in Houston as both Joe Flacco & Mike White find themselves on the Covid protocol list, Jerry's results are in, an update for public consumption, a needed Knicks win, Jerry Jones said some things about Amari Cooper, our guy Tom Izzo shows his dedication, Gio pines for Bob Wiley to take over play-calling duties for the Giants and the NFL locally has been bad for quite some time tonight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Bus drivers, dock workers, people on the assembly line... Those who work hard for giant companies need to protect themselves from being taken advantage of. GMs are just like those of us punching a clock. Does a certain former Kings head coach have a burner account? Maybe his pops has one? Gotta occupy the time with something. How close was Suns in 4 to a reality, and what was the biggest threat to threat Bucks Chip? All of that is packed into this episode of the Heat Check! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Happy Spooky Wednesday, folks! This week Kala is telling you about Robert the Doll, an object that is over 100 years old and brings misfortune to those who displease it. But to be fair, you might be displeased too if a grown-ass man carried you around with him for his entire life and blamed all of his bad actions on you. And Brittany talks about The Old Talbott Tavern in Bardstown, Kentucky. This old building has a history of famous guests, guns, liquor, and hauntings. And we think those hauntings are probably amplified from the whole "famous guests, guns, and liquor" thing. Before you even ask: Yes, dolls are even creepier when it's a grown man blaming their terrible actions on them. Yes, Bardstown is real and not just a city from your D&D campaign. No, Kala does not know who half of the historical figures that Brittany references in this story are. Yes, you should absolutely check it out. This episode is sponsored by Earth Rider Brewery in Superior, WI. For more details visit https://earthrider.beer
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Trade on an awesome mobile interface fee-free, and still get all the great portfolio tracking features you know and love: https://uponly.tv/ftxShow NotesBetting– Big betters work hard to conceal how and where they are betting– You don't just roll up to MGM and place huge bets usually– You do it through a bot that places bets on different websites instead– Then hope they pay out lol– Got rugged heavy in 2009 for like 7 figures then the guy made off to Panama or wherever– Books will refuse really good gamblers, but will accept “fish” as long as they sign that they aren't addicted lolCrypto– First saw it on Wired magazine when Bitcoin was around $1– Didn't jump in at first– Started using Bitcoin in 2012 to get paid– Ledger: “Did the process in how you thought about gambling transfer over to crypto?”– Hara: “Yes I think the fact it was governed by math”– Could insulate yourself from idiotic government policies and ideologies– Gotta think about how the dollar gets manipulated since Bitcoin will remain constant– Hara thinks at some point people will decide to increase the supply of Bitcoin– This is a flaming hot take sir – I respect it– We're gonna be old bags of dust and these kids are just gonna be living in the metaverse– It is so native and built into these kids– Ledger: “We're just gonna go away its gonna be like the blow off top of humanity”Metaverse– Cobie: “How do you think about NFTs?”– Hara likes 2017 era NFTs– Loves CryptoPunks – all about the narrative and the story– Likes the old stuff, some of the new stuff is just super out there– More of a Bitcoin maximalist even though Hara finds Bitcoin Maximalism super toxicBitcoin Maxis– A lot of them might've gotten burnt in 2017 and now just think everything is a scam– Calling anything that isn't Bitcoin is a shitcoin means that mentally there is something wrong with you– Cobie: “Part of the toxic maxis is that they missed out, then they join a cult and they have friends now and chant the same words and chant shitcoins and say “Udi you're wrong!” and then go somewhere else”– Hara: “The bullish case for me is when nations put Bitcoin on their balance sheet – they aren't gonna put Ethereum or Solana on there”Next Steps– Ledger: “What's next in your life?”Hara: “I think its about sovereignty”– Has always been an individual, wants to be protected instead of looking for gains– Crypto is the #1 way to preserver your wealth– Goal before was always to buy a basketball team (need about $1B) but once he got close he was like “idk i don't really wanna sell my Bitcoin for a basketball team” lolllllBasketball and NFTs– Ledger: “How's it feel to see these guys getting into NFTs? Does that worry you about where we are in the cycle?”– Not at all– Thinks that's not indicative of a top, we are nowhere even close to euphoria– People are out here protesting racism and other things– Thinks people might/ should be protesting the dollar, is surprised its not bigger yet– Hara likes the penguins! LFG– Hasn't bought NFTs in a long time– These athletes aren't buying punks cause they're always looking for a deal!Twitter NFT Integration– Cobie: “How is this going to go down with the furies”– Ledger doesn't get why these are so controversial– Hara wants to create an NFT project for all these furies– Ledger: “They already exist they're called FLUFs – I can give you a good deal on some if you want”– *Cobie and Hara making fun of FLUFs– Ledger: “Y'all just aren't gonna make it”Constitution DAO– Hara didn't do it, didn't get it– Thought it woulda been cool to get in then like burn it– Ledger: “That's a really good way to get regulators to pay attention to crypto” lolForks– People trade on FOMO so hard– Like there's some random ass ohm fork people ape into– ETH can get myspaced, all of this stuff can probably get replaced– Bitcoin can never get replaced– Bitcoin Diamond and Gold and Cash and all that stuff just no chance at allThe Flippening– If ETH gets to like 0.08 I'm probably a net seller of ETH– I don't like to say ahead of time because its so hard to know the context for the move– It probably signals a time to be cautious even when people are dancing in the streetsChat QuestionsSports world guys we need?– Steven A Smith– NFTs are the gateway drug of cryptoAnon account?– NoBitcoin volcano bond?– Interesting, can just buy El Salvador bond or Bitcoin though, don't need this although it is cool and interesting– Saylor will end with fireworks either way*The Winklevoss are the only people to ever refuse coming on UpOnly. What an outrageous decision.If you're 25 with 100k what do you do?– Would do crypto, trying to build something, tracking different wallets– Prob not Bitcoin would do something more aggressive, L2s, track engagement, wouldn't do leverageFINAL ALPHA– Hara: “Success = responsibility. Think about what is truly valuable and finite which is your time. Be mindful of your time and what you want to accomplish.”Notes by KevinMusic by GiovanniPickle
This week, we have a very special show: during our Summit on Tuesday, November 16, we invited attendees to step up to a StoryCorps style booth and record a conversation. They responded, in pairs or solo, to questions pulled from a deck. We start the episode with reflections on the outcome of the Summit with Lindsay, Mac, and David. Then: 18:10 https://www.instagram.com/lollylollyceramics/?hl=en (Lalese Stamps) and https://www.instagram.com/firstgenstudio/?hl=en (Reva Kashikar) https://lollylollyceramics.com/ (LollyLolly Ceramics) “https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/10/style/ceramics-mug.html (Gotta Have That Cute Mug? Act Fast)” (NY Times) “https://www.jsonline.com/story/entertainment/2021/06/21/lolly-lolly-ceramics-moving-columbus-milwaukee-wisconsin/7679389002/ (This Milwaukee Native is Moving her Famous Ceramics Business to her Hometown),” (Journal Sentinel) https://marantaplantshop.com/ (Maranta Plant Shop) “https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/2021/07/15/milwaukee-plant-shop-owners-embrace-other-black-brown-entrepreneurs/7878953002/ (Not Just a Plant Shop): Two Milwaukee entrepreneurs grow a business while impacting Black and brown communities,” (Journal Sentinel) 20:46 https://onmilwaukee.com/articles/catherine-miller-bastille-days (Cate Miller) 21:55 https://mikeycodyapollo.com/ (Mikey Murry) and https://soundcloud.com/genesisrenji (Genesis Renji) https://www.facebook.com/DreamLabMKE/ (Dream Lab) 25:30 https://www.artworksformilwaukee.org/ (Terry Murphy) “https://shepherdexpress.com/culture/supporting-milwaukee-arts/terry-murphy-executive-director-artworks-for-milwaukee/ (Supporting Arts and Culture)” Shepherd Express 26:50 https://mam.org/ (Kailee Evans) and https://www.ubunturesearch.com/ (Mikey Murry) 30:56 Lindsay and Antoine Music Transition: “Milwaukee Strong,” Shonn Hinton, Featuring the Milwaukee All Stars Support this podcast
Hi everyone. Hope you are well. It is hard to imagine how time is flying…it has been just about over a year since I landed in China since the pandemic started. Now this past week I just had an exhibition opening which went okay. Felt kinda relieved after and was able to relaxed a bit. Now back to documenting and working on new projects. Gotta keep moving.Anyway, for this week, I have the amazing Ashanti McGee, an artist and arts advocate who has been living in Las Vegas for over 25 years. Ashanti began working in with arts institutions through grant writing and has since been part of WESTAF's Emerging Leaders of Color program and most recently served as a district representative for Nevada Congresswoman Susie Lee, focusing on outreach for Black, Native American, and LGBTQ+ communities around arts and culture, and environment and public lands. A proud parent of four, Ashanti has committed her work to updating arts education standards for the Nevada Department of Education; serving as a board member for Cultural Alliance of Nevada; co-founding the Las Vegas Womxn of Color Arts Festival, and acting as a core member of NUWU Cultural Arts + Activism complex. She also just curated "A Common Thread" at the Barrick Museum of Art at the University of Nevada, an exhibition celebrating womxn of color textile artists. I got to talk with Ashanti about many of these amazing activities, along with the importance of finding support in the arts while finding rest for yourself. Sit back, relax, and I hope you enjoy this.Links Mentioned: * Ashanti's Instagram* A Common Thread Exhibition* WESTAF* Emerging Leaders of Color* Mesa Gallery* African Diaspora of LV* Giovanni Melton Foundation Follow Seeing Color: * Seeing Color Website* Subscribe on Apple Podcasts* Facebook* Twitter* Instagram
Many underwater achievers are walking around with a micromanager in their brains all day. Like a little drill sergeant with a checklist and a whistle. Gotta do this. Gotta do that. Joyful balanced leaders don't have that. They're focused, calmly and joyfully on what's in front of them — whether that's their work, their family,...
Today we are talking about what to do when you see people leaving your social communities or even your email list. In this episode we talk about: A short Perry family update :) What do you do when someone unsubscribes or unfollows your social media account? When people leave or unsubscribe it has NOTHING to do with you! I'm challenging you this week to let go of the attachment to numbers, to people who follow you. Sometimes it hurts when someone doesn't like our product or says ‘no'. We make it mean so much when someone says no. But it truly means nothing. Here's what I really want you to take away from this: You are a gift. You have purpose. You have so much worth. But everybody is not your people. Not everyone in your group or email list are your people. It has nothing to do with you or who you are. Let it go! Your business ebbs and flows. So does your social media following and VIP groups, and email list. You are worthy! In order to build wealth, you must know your self-worth! You have purpose and you are a gift to this world! What do you want to hear on this podcast? DM me here!
Today, Gledhill and I make our Week 10 NFL picks as well as recap Week 9 Since we did not have time to do our Top 5 MVP candidates and Top 10 teams at the halfway point, we decided to start this weeks episodes doing that! Due to that reason, this week episode was a little lengthy. If you would like to just listen to the picks, it starts at (45:23)! (**Disclaimer message for these last 3 weeks**) Well unfortunately we fell behind a couple weeks again..Gotta love being a full time college student! Of course as always these are all pre recorded and now that thanksgiving break is coming up, I will be able catch back up again in the next week or so! Thanks for being patient (1 more to go!) Follow our Instagram: ricksixpodcast New Episodes Every Week Subscribe for All Sports Related Content
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Today, Gledhill and I make our Week 9 NFL picks as well as recap Week 8 Well unfortunately we fell behind a couple weeks again..Gotta love being a full time college student! Of course as always these are all pre recorded and now that thanksgiving break is coming up, I will be able catch back up again in the next week or so! Thanks for being patient Follow our Instagram: ricksixpodcast New Episodes Every Week Subscribe for All Sports Related Content
We're baaaaack! Did you miss us? For the first time in our podcast's history, Jesse and Angela are actually recording in the same physical location, so we're trying out new stuff and re-introducing ourselves to all you dear listeners! We're playing everyone's favorite classic.... ice breakers! But frankly, they may be some of the most random ice breakers we've ever answered. Gotta love the internet, amirite? We like to call this the "But How Well Do You Guys Know Us Anyways?" game. Hope you find the ep entertaining and learn a little bit more about your podcast hosts! We're also making our podcast available as video episodes on YouTube, so head on over to our YouTube channel to watch how the shenanigans played out IRL! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYW-ofQMgYyNE1Qd-JN8cIQ Follow us at: Instagram: @whereareyoufrompod Tik Tok: @butwhereareyoureallyfrom
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Amy Tran is wise beyond her years and absolutely CRUSHES this interview! She covers the "little t" trauma. Believes in normalizing men asking for help and checking in, … Helps us sort out our inner core beliefs. Her steps become aware of what we are thinking, identify the patterns, see our core beliefs… and change (err... heal!) "Awareness is the first step towards healing,"Administrative: (See episode transcript below)You can find Amy on Instagram @doodledwellness.Email Amy here: email@example.comCheck out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript:0:00:05.8 Mischa Z: Welcome back, everybody to the Tools For a Good Life Summit, and I would like to welcome Amy Tran, MA... Welcome, Amy.0:00:16.7 Amy Tran: Thank you, thank you for having me. Hello, everyone.0:00:21.2 Mischa Z: Awesome. And quick I'm gonna read your bio and then we'll get down to the fun. Okay?0:00:28.5 Amy Tran: Mm-hmm.0:00:29.9 Mischa Z: Fantastic. So Amy is a doctoral student studying clinical psychology in Ontario, Canada, she has received intensive training to provide therapy as well as diagnose mental health disorders and autism in children and adolescents, she has trained in community mental health centers, hospitals and private practices across Ontario. You are also involved in research that examines how the use of smartphones and tablets by young children and parents may disrupt the healthy development of children. Before committing to become a psychologist, you studied visual and creative arts and your Instagram account @doodledwellness, @doodlewellness is where your passion for mental health and art come together, and I do wanna say that your Instagram account is freaking awesome, I just... Brings a smile to my face. And I love everything about it, and it was one of the ways I tracked you down. But let me continue before we get to that.0:01:42.1 Amy Tran: Thank you.0:01:44.4 Mischa Z: Indeed. You draw doodles on social media and create workbooks to make mental health resources and information more accessible to everyone. You're very successful at that. Amy's goal is to raise awareness about mental illness, combat stigma, share helpful coping skills, invite you to practice mindfulness and brighten your social media feed with a daily pick me up, and you will be completing your residency in Toronto next year. Correct?0:02:17.7 Amy Tran: Yes. Well, next year academic year, but this year, September 2021, I'll be off the internship. Yay! [chuckle] Gotta check my pulse.[laughter]0:02:30.9 Mischa Z: And then once you graduate, you hope to continue working with youth integrating mindfulness into mental health treatment and advocating for more accessible mental health treatment.0:02:44.8 Amy Tran: Mm-hmm.0:02:45.9 Mischa Z: Alright, again, welcome to the Summit. And when I look over here, everybody, I'm just looking at your Instagram feed again, @doodledwellness, and you have managed to compile 154,000 followers. Does that surprise you?[chuckle]0:03:04.7 Amy Tran: It really does. I mean, even just hearing you say that number out loud, it's like, "What? Really? Like my account?" So it is surprising. Yeah.0:03:14.0 Mischa Z: Yeah, I think what's really cool about it too, is there's a humbleness within it, there's a humbleness within your doodledwellness.com, your main web page, so I love that. I think there's so much stuff to talk about there, I like your most recent post, childhood trauma. Again, I'm just looking over here, so I apologize. Yes, childhood trauma can also be dot dot dot... And being in my young 50s and perhaps earlier in my 40s, being an A-type male, like a hard charger and all this, if I heard the word trauma, my brain would think, I don't have trauma or that's only this over here, but that's not true, it turns out. Maybe you could speak to that for a second.0:04:10.8 Amy Tran: Yeah, No, I'd love to... I agree, I think most people, when they think about trauma, they think about what do we call, big T trauma, right? Catastrophic accident, natural disaster, abuse or neglect, and of course, those things are very, very traumatic, but I think also love is something that all humans want and crave and need, and especially as a child, right? When you're in that vulnerable stage, who do you depend on to receive love and to have your needs met? Well, the answer typically would be your parents, your mom and dad. But you can have an amazing relationship with mom and dad, they can provide you with food, shelter, warmth, but when there are certain dynamics that play out where you feel like you can't express how you're feeling, you can't share your thoughts, you have to be a certain way to gain approval, love or validation, then that's traumatizing because you are betraying who you really are. And when we're younger, we don't have the mature brain to be able to say, "Well, maybe mom and dad are just having a bad day, or maybe mom and dad were never modeled how to cope with my emotional needs."0:05:38.2 Amy Tran: Instead, the small infant brain is like, "There's something wrong with me." And that core belief gets internalized and carries on throughout adulthood and that's traumatizing, right? To feel like we don't deserve love or cannot receive love unless we're certain people.0:06:02.5 Mischa Z: Yeah, it is traumatizing. And yeah, so hiding your true self by fear of disapproval and to carry that habit into adulthood, right? Denying your needs to be strong for your family. When you say that, denying your needs to be strong for your family... Tell me that.0:06:23.7 Amy Tran: Yeah. Yeah, so let me give you an example. So let's say you are the only male in the home and something's going on with your siblings, so maybe they have special needs or maybe they developed a drug habit or a serious mental health condition, and everyone starts to work together to help this person through, or maybe someone gets cancer, let's say.0:06:50.8 Mischa Z: Okay.0:06:52.8 Amy Tran: And as the young man, you're like, "Well, my dad is so occupied, he's not able to provide for the family because he's dealing with this or this, so I'm gonna be strong for the family. I'm not gonna talk about how scared I am, how worried I am, what I need." And you suppress that, "Oh, what? I'm fine, I'm totally fine. Let's talk about you, don't worry about me."0:07:14.1 Mischa Z: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah and then perhaps you develop the habit of... I know I did [chuckle] of not learning how to communicate perhaps, or feeling that it was okay to be stressed out, or I guess to communicate that in a healthy manner, right?0:07:33.8 Amy Tran: Right, totally.0:07:36.1 Mischa Z: Yeah, another post that you have that again, I'm looking at over here is it's normalized men, and I love that, and it again, resonated with me being in my 40s, fortunately, I was like, I need to start figuring out how to express my emotions, how to cry, how to check in with another, how to ask for help. That's so hard. So maybe talk to that for a minute, normalized men...0:08:07.6 Amy Tran: Yeah. The post, it says, Normalize men asking for help, checking in on each other, crying, sharing their feelings, practicing self-care and having fears and doubts. So I think that it again, it comes back to just, who are we? We're just human beings, right? So this concept of men having to hide their emotions, be strong, that vulnerability is a weakness, those are all just societal constructs that we've taken on, but they're really harmful because we're social beings and we need each other, and we ask each other for help. Checking in on each other that makes you feel like you're wanted, like you belong. Crying, this one is a really interesting one because crying is an emotional release, and in fact, when we cry, there is research to suggest that it can actually help your body bounce back into a place of equilibrium, but we suppress that, right? Sharing feelings, same thing.0:09:14.8 Amy Tran: So having fears and doubts, like if you don't talk about that, then nobody really can reach out to you to help, maybe it gets to the point where you're suppressing it so much that you don't even realize it yourself, so it's just... I think that as someone who identifies as female, I'm very grateful that I have the space with other females to talk about feelings and to share insecurities. And with men, a lot of times, I don't see that, and I think it can be be very detrimental for your mental health because you have no one to talk to and emotions needs somewhere to go, but they're all suppressed in, or it comes out in other ways, like working too much, drinking, gambling, shopping, performance, right? Or...0:10:12.0 Mischa Z: Yes, yes, yes, yes. Good. [chuckle] Yes, thank you for that.0:10:13.8 Amy Tran: So you're like, "Oh, I can resonate with that." Is that what you're... Yeah.0:10:18.9 Mischa Z: Yeah, I think and my sort of the arc for me was, I've been lucky to, a good portion of my life to be on a growth trajectory, let's say, but I definitely think at some point as a male, I was taking in more emotions than I was letting out, so I was building for that pop, and then at some point I was... It leveled out, so I was taking in as much as I was letting out, but I still had a whole bunch of pent-up emotions for a lifetime of these seemingly non-traumatic things. And so when I hit my 40s, it was like divorce, both my parents died in rapid succession, career upheaval, and then I had another failed relationship and just... It was like the...[vocalization]0:11:18.6 Mischa Z: Right?0:11:18.9 Amy Tran: Right, right. Yeah.0:11:22.3 Mischa Z: And yeah, and so I spent a lot of time, I would say, I just say by the grace of God, finding healthy ways to cry, finding that safe space to... I found a community where it was okay as a male to cry and cry a lot, and so that really saved me and then started asking for help, and I think that can be hard as an A-type male it can be hard to ask for help so...0:11:49.3 Amy Tran: Yeah, totally.0:11:51.1 Mischa Z: Yeah, I don't mean to take this over, but I think that that leads us to a great point, if you've got a guy like me who's in his 40s, let's say, and I go through a divorce and one of my kids is like not acting like I want, which can be stressor and that can feel traumatic. Both my parents died and the financial stress and more failed relationships and it became evident to me that my... Like work my way through it, find more success, earn more money, whatever it was, was no longer gonna work. I needed different tools. I needed new tools. So given that scenario, my question to you is thinking of technology as a tool, 'cause you're clearly in tune with that. There we go. I know there's an app you recommend called Mooditude, right?0:12:48.2 Amy Tran: Yes, yes.0:12:49.1 Mischa Z: And then, I think you're also proficient in some CBT, some cognitive behavioral therapy?0:12:55.5 Amy Tran: That's right, yeah.0:12:56.7 Mischa Z: So, thinking of those sorts of modalities, what are the exact next steps you would offer someone like me? So I knew... Well, I would be headed in the new right direction that I would have positive momentum towards getting my life back on track.0:13:15.8 Amy Tran: Wow, so, such a great question, but also such a loaded question, 'cause I just have so much to say.0:13:23.9 Mischa Z: [chuckle] Good.0:13:24.6 Amy Tran: So I don't even know where to start. [chuckle] Yeah. So how about we talk about, basically, how our inner core beliefs are created? So we kind of touched on this before, where we were talking about how our relationship with the people that we grow up with, like our parents, they form certain core beliefs that we have. So there are many more than this, but there's three main ones that I see and that are taught in the CBT framework. So the first one is that I'm unlovable. The second one is that I'm worthless. And the third one is that I'm helpless. So this is all operating on a subconscious level. So we all have some of these core beliefs. We have one or multiple, and then there's other one, right?0:14:19.9 Amy Tran: So as a human, you develop compensatory strategy, so for example, one of my core beliefs is that I'm worthless. So I grew up around parents who were quite invalidating, they were Asian immigrants, just cold, never really praised me or told me they loved me. So me as a young girl, I'm like, "I'm unlovable and I'm worthless." So what did I do? I achieved so much, I just tried so hard, because that's how I got approval from my parents, not just, "Good morning, Amy. Love you," just like, "Oh okay, you've got a A plus, good job." And I'm like, "Yeah, this is the love I need." So anyway.0:15:04.7 Mischa Z: Okay.0:15:05.1 Amy Tran: Okay. So that gets ingrained and then I developed a compensatory strategy. So for me, it was working really hard, for some people, it may be the opposite, being really hyper-vigilant of cues that you don't belong, for example, reassurance seeking, whatever it is, there are behaviors that you do to protect yourself from coming face-to-face with that core belief.0:15:31.8 Mischa Z: Okay.0:15:32.6 Amy Tran: So then, that can be destructive, right? So I would say one of the most important tools at first is to become aware of what you're thinking. Because when we become aware of what we're thinking, we can identify the patterns, and when we look at the patterns, we can start to piece together what our core beliefs might be, and then that's when the actual work happens, is we have to heal that core belief because we have thousands of thoughts a day, that's the premise of CBT, and...0:16:11.8 Mischa Z: And so quickly, a cognitive behavioral therapy, that CBT stands for?0:16:17.4 Amy Tran: Yeah.0:16:18.3 Mischa Z: Yes. Cool.0:16:19.4 Amy Tran: Yeah. So let me give you actually the audience a brief overview of what CBT is. Do you think that would be helpful?0:16:26.1 Mischa Z: Yeah, absolutely. Thank you.0:16:28.7 Amy Tran: Okay. So cognitive behavioral therapy, so there's thought and there's behaviors, and then there's feeling and they're all connected. So if I told you right now to picture a purple elephant, would you be able to do that?0:16:43.4 Mischa Z: Yes, ma'am. [laughter]0:16:44.8 Amy Tran: Perfect. And if I asked you to clap twice, would you be able to do that?0:16:49.9 Mischa Z: Yes. Oops, one extra.[laughter]0:16:52.7 Amy Tran: Nice. And if I asked you to stop feeling depressed, anxious and doubtful of yourself right now, would you be able to do that?0:17:01.4 Mischa Z: Probably not, no.0:17:02.6 Amy Tran: Right. Yeah. So our feelings are harder to change, but what we can change is how we act and what we think. So if we can change those two things, because everything else is connected, then it can change our feelings. So with cognitive behavioral therapy, the first step is to become aware of the thoughts we have. So when we are, let's say, walking past a group of people and they are laughing, one of the automatic thoughts you might have is "They're laughing at me." But CBT trains you to be like, "Woah, woah, woah. What? Wait, I remember now, thoughts are not always real. How do I actually know they're laughing at me? Am I reading their mind? Am I making an assumption?" And then you re-phrase that thought, "Well, maybe someone just told a funny joke," and that reframed thought leads to more positive feelings.0:17:57.3 Amy Tran: So do you see how they're all connected? So basically, you just do that over and over again. So I would say, one of the most important things is to begin to actually look within yourself and be aware of your thoughts, and if you have trouble doing that... One of the things that I've been taught is when you notice the sudden shift in mood, immediately ask yourself, "What was I just thinking?" Because our thoughts trigger our emotions most of the time. When you're sitting there and then all of a sudden you just feel like, "Oh, I feel a little anxious or sad," just ask yourself, "What was I just thinking?" And that automatic thought is a clue of what your core belief is, and you just do that over and over again, and look...0:18:41.0 Mischa Z: Can you give me a quick example of that, of inaction, or for you or for me, or...0:18:47.7 Amy Tran: What do you mean inaction?0:18:50.4 Mischa Z: Or like, give me a real life example of that. I know you did with... Of like... Perhaps recently, you've felt... You've noticed that shift in feeling and so...0:19:07.4 Amy Tran: Oh, yes.0:19:08.2 Mischa Z: Yeah, yeah.0:19:09.7 Amy Tran: Yes, yes. Okay. So yeah, so me and my partner, we were just hanging out and he was doing his own thing, I was doing my own thing. And then I noticed that the sense of dread, almost, I was like, "What was I just thinking?" And I thought for a second, and my thought was that he is purposely avoiding me because he doesn't love me anymore.0:19:39.0 Mischa Z: Okay.0:19:39.2 Amy Tran: Right?0:19:39.5 Mischa Z: Yes.0:19:39.6 Amy Tran: So then, instead of picking a fight or trying to act out, I just took a step back and I was like, "Okay, let's challenge this thought. What evidence do I have? What evidence am I missing? What's an alternative explanation? Am I reading his mind?" So I didn't act on that thought, it turns out he was just tired from working, and had a bad day. [chuckle] But it's interesting because I had that automatic thought, and where did that thought come from? My core belief of being unlovable, of being worthless. So if your core belief is always firing off these automatic thoughts, they shape the way you view the world. Right? And if we leave the thoughts unchecked, they will take over your life.0:20:27.0 Mischa Z: Okay, cool. So you're strategically or... I don't know if strategically is the right word. You're training yourself to catch the thoughts and then evaluate the trail of that thought, or am I saying that right?0:20:45.7 Amy Tran: Exactly.0:20:46.1 Mischa Z: Yeah.0:20:46.3 Amy Tran: Exactly. So the Mooditude app, whenever you have a triggering thought, you can open the app and you can check... Rate how you're feeling, you can write what you were thinking about and the specific topic, so was it relationship, work, family that was triggering you, and then it tracks it all for you, so then you can look at it over time and look for those patterns. Yeah.0:21:11.5 Mischa Z: Awesome, awesome. So I'm just looking at notes I was taking. So become aware of what you're thinking was sort of step, step one, shall we say. And it sounds like for me, that's even inventory, that write it down, get used to literally like, "Alright. What was I thinking? What are my thoughts?" Yes. Yeah.0:21:35.1 Amy Tran: Yeah. As most of the time we go through life on autopilot, right. Have you ever... [chuckle] You've walked down a flight of stairs, and you're like, "How did I get here? Why am I here?" [chuckle] It's 'cause your brain is just chattering, it's just... You're in there. You were thinking about the past and future, we're very rarely in the present moment. And actually, looking at your feet going down the steps, right? And you end up on a different flight of your house, you're like, "What the heck, how did I get here?"0:22:02.2 Mischa Z: Yeah, yeah, cool. Or not cool, but cool that we can change that. So you have your MA, which is your masters?0:22:13.8 Amy Tran: Yes.0:22:14.4 Mischa Z: Okay, awesome. And working on your doctorate and so, you've been pretty deep in this sort of field for, I don't know what, five, 10 years, something like that?0:22:26.6 Amy Tran: In the graduate program, about five years, yeah, maybe four years for undergrad.0:22:33.3 Mischa Z: Yeah, yeah. And so, there are studies backing up CBT, I'm assuming, cognitive behavioral therapy, and then a little bit of work can lead to profound shifts? That's my question. Is that... Or that's a statement. Is that true?0:22:52.7 Amy Tran: "A little bit of work can lead to profound shift." I would say that... That's a tricky question. It really depends on the person, right? So for some people, they are more open to exploring the thoughts that they have. But there also are people who are really afraid of their own thoughts, right? Or they are not honest with themselves, which is okay. So for those folks that may be harder to monitor their own thinking and come face-to-face with what they're thinking, that can be hard.0:23:27.9 Mischa Z: Any, any strategies to help with that?0:23:34.6 Amy Tran: I would... To help with being more open to your own thinking, I would say that there would be two, right? So I would say that sometimes people are worried about exploring their own thinking because it's going to trigger an intense emotion. So I think that one helpful thing to think about or prepare is coping tools, right? So find what works for you to bring you from a hot moment to a cooler moment. So if you notice that what you're feeling or what you're thinking is getting you quite upset and you don't wanna do it anymore, I think it's important for people to have a strategy to calm down, that might be like deep breathing or meditation.0:24:24.5 Amy Tran: And then my second thing is to practice self-compassion, right. So yeah, some of the thoughts that we have about ourselves or the world can be upsetting, but our thoughts are not always real, and I think our mindfulness can be really helpful because we can monitor... You can monitor your thinking without really attaching to it, and you can also be compassionate and non-judgmental. So mindfulness is an entire thing that we can probably talk about for like three hours [chuckle] but there's a lot of resources online, and I think that mindfulness will not only help people be more compassionate and non-judgmental, but I think it will also help you notice your thoughts even more because it's the practice of awareness. Yeah.0:25:13.9 Mischa Z: Yeah. And I think the more we confront, and I don't know if confront is the right word, or just bring awareness to our thoughts, the more they hold less weight.0:25:27.4 Amy Tran: Right, totally. Yeah.0:25:29.1 Mischa Z: Yeah, yeah, yeah.0:25:31.8 Amy Tran: Our entire identity... I agree totally with multiple identities. Our entire identity is basically just stories and stories are just a string of words and pictures. Right?0:25:42.2 Mischa Z: Yeah, yeah.0:25:43.1 Amy Tran: So we can let go of that.0:25:45.4 Mischa Z: Yes.[laughter]0:25:47.4 Mischa Z: I wanted to ask, I've got two things, and I'm thinking, I had an idea for the advanced bonus session that everybody's doing, and I'm thinking... And maybe you can tell me now if you think this is worth talking about. But I think where as parents, one thing that I noticed... Like when both my parents died, I went through a divorce, financial upheaval, like I was having to move houses, lots of chaos. And I had two young boys and at one point it really hit me, I was like, "Oh my God, they went through that with me." And I think in hindsight, I could have... What I want you to maybe address, and I think we should save it for the bonus session, and you can tell me if you think it's worth talking about. And I wrote it down is, "What's an important for a parent to be cognizant of for their kids, or how do you nurture or hold space or help kids deal with?" I know this is a broad topic and loaded, but it's like, I think as parents when we're going through hard times... I'll speak for me. As a parent when I was going through hard times, how do I hold space for my kids? What do you think about that as kind of a...0:27:11.2 Amy Tran: Yeah, I love that topic so much. My training is in youth, like working with youth, so yeah, I would love to talk about that.0:27:19.5 Mischa Z: Yeah, I think that would be awesome, and I think it would be very useful because I think there's a lot of us men in our 40s or what have you who... We're a little self-centered. [laughter]0:27:32.5 Amy Tran: Right. Yeah. Well, not only self...0:27:35.2 Mischa Z: Said with love.0:27:35.5 Amy Tran: So not only self-centered, but also modeling what they think society wants men to be, so.0:27:44.6 Mischa Z: Yes, yes. Awesome, so before we hit stop and get to that though, I'm curious and go ahead, were you gonna write down a note? It looks like...0:27:52.9 Amy Tran: Well, I was just writing down what I'm gonna talk about in the bonus session. [laughter]0:27:57.5 Mischa Z: Yeah, perfect. So I'm curious what you... What do you think it is that draws your Instagram account or your Doodled Wellness clearly is a powerful, a powerful place for people to go, and it's drawing people in, and it's clearly a catalyst for change and goodness and stuff and... What do you think it is? What... Just like briefly, what do you think it is? What do you think is coming through there? Does that question make sense, or...0:28:31.3 Amy Tran: It definitely makes sense, but it's a hard question because sometimes, to be honest, I'm like, "I don't even know, I'm just putting it together because this is just me." But if I can step outside of myself as the creator and look at it, I would say that it's... The colors and the way that it's presented is bright and friendly and non-intimidating, that it almost lowers like a layer of defensiveness down. And I don't know if that's true. I haven't done a study on it or anything like that. But I try to make content that's affirming and positive and that sets the colors scheme. But then sometimes I talk about some stuff that really does invite people to do some self-reflection and what they may find or what that I'm inviting them... Where I'm inviting them to go may be a hard place to go. But then while they are on the feed and looking at it, I still think that it's bright and just warm and inviting, so I just think it's a happy place. And I think it's because I actually do believe in the potential for people to flourish and to unlearn what they have learned, uncondition the conditioning of their brain. I really do feel like that's possible and I want more and more people to realize that.0:30:11.5 Mischa Z: I love that. That's a beautiful answer. Thank you so much for that. And as I... It's fun to click on a post and sort of look at the... Who's interacting with you, and it seems like, which I think is super cool, as a pretty broad spectrum of people. Would you say that that's true?0:30:33.6 Amy Tran: Yeah, definitely.0:30:35.7 Mischa Z: Yeah, that's awesome.0:30:36.8 Amy Tran: Yeah, and I...0:30:36.9 Mischa Z: Oh, go ahead. Sorry.0:30:37.7 Amy Tran: And I... Oh no, that's okay. And I also think that one thing that I have noticed too is that more and more teens are noticing the feed because it is quite, I don't wanna say childish, but maybe playful. And I think that's like, I'm just so grateful and honored for them to be there because at that point in our lives we're just so malleable and there's just so much proactive work to be done.0:31:04.3 Mischa Z: Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Well, fantastic. Amy, we're gonna, we're gonna end. I think that's a beautiful place to end round one. So if this interview with Amy Tran was fantastic, and you want to get even more content from Amy, which is gonna be amazing, I already know the bonus session is gonna be beautiful, upgrade to the All Access Pass for that bonus interview. And Amy, any final thoughts to share that we did not get a chance to cover?0:31:39.2 Amy Tran: No, but I'll leave everyone with a quote, which is, "Awareness is the first step towards healing," well.0:31:47.6 Mischa Z: Yeah, beautiful. Thank you so much, Amy. This has been a ton of fun round one, I'm very excited for round two. And a reminder to everybody, you can find Amy@doodledwellness.com and @doodledwellness on Instagram. And we'll see everybody in the VIP section.0:32:10.2 Amy Tran: Ciao![music]
Minute Thirty-Five: From a Missing Constellation to a Missing Patient ‘Jovial' Jay Shepard joins us for the last time to discuss Jane, Erik and Darcy realizing that Thor is basically a spaceman, as well as Thor's escape from the hospital. In the thirty-fifth minute of Kenneth Branagh's 2011 film Thor... Jane and Erik continue their conversation about how our constellations are missing and seem to have been replaced with different constellations. They're getting closer – but aren't there quite yet – to realizing that Thor is a spaceman. Darcy calls them over to point out the obvious-to-us but apparently-not-obvious-to-them-until-just-this-moment shape of a man in the atmospheric disturbance. Jane realizes finally that the man they hit with the Pinzgauer is, in fact, a spaceman. But how do they get photos of the stars during the atmospheric disturbance? It's awfully bright. Regardless, we love how Branagh and his editors chose to edit from the shot of the shape of a man in the sky to the overhead shot of Thor strapped to the bed. Meanwhile, back with the other spaceman and his wife in Asgard. Odin fumes on his balcony. Frigga enters, upset that Odin's banished her son. She's Frigga'n furious. Again, Anthony Hopkins just rules in this role. Rene Russo delivers a great accent that doesn't distract at all. Their age difference does distract a bit though. We look at Odin's armor. He only has four discs on his. Does that change our thoughts about these as rankings? Odin says Thor pushed them to the brink of war. Was he not there when Laufey pretty much said war has begun? And Frigga references mortals again. So are they immortal? This scene largely feels superfluous so we're glad they cut it. Plus, it wouldn't allow for the fantastic transition from the last scene to the next one. And we now find our spaceman tied to a hospital bed. Did you notice the red crocs at the end of his bed? Chris Hemsworth handles his bewilderment at his lack of strength perfectly. This is why he's perfect for this role. But damn those eyebrows! They practically disappear on his face in this location! #theeyebrowcut. We want it, Feige! Thor's yellow wristband says he's a fall risk. Would something else have made more sense? We couldn't figure out the information on his wristband other than his name. Maybe his age? Are they estimating him to be 38 years old? Thor can't break out so he slips his hand out. This feels like a move he would have pulled from his brother Loki. WWLD? Gotta get that spaceman! Jane, Erik and Darcy run back into the hospital to find Thor, now that they know he's essentially a spaceman. Nurse Rob and Nurse Terry talk to security about what happened the night before. Erik realizes what this means and they put it in high gear. Unfortunately, all they find is an empty hospital bed. We have a great chat about Jane's spaceman in this minute. Tune in! Join the conversation with movie lovers from around the world on The Next Reel's Discord channel! Film Sundries Watch this film: iTunes • Amazon • Netflix • YouTube • Disney+ Join the conversation on Discord Script Transcript Trailer #1 Trailer #2 Poster artwork Original Material ‘Jovial' Jay Shepard at MCU:Location Scout and Retrozap
Today, we're cracking into the oftentimes impenetrable Shin Megami Tensei series' fifth major installment, and share some thoughts on the masterful GTA Trilogy remasters, which are terrible. Other media discussed: Halo Infinite Multiplayer, Resident Evil 4 VR, Cape Fear 1962 and Moonlighter.
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On this episode of The Chris Johnston Show, the Vancouver Canucks continue to struggle and Jim Benning meets with the media (00:00), NHL postpones 3 Ottawa Senators games due to COVID-19 (09:30), Connor McDavid comments on John Tortorella (14:00). Troy Terry and the Anaheim Ducks are off to an extremely hot start (21:00), the NHLPA has begun investigating the Kyle Beach situation (23:00), Dion Phaneuf officially retires from the NHL (25:00), where will the Arizona Coyotes play next year? (33:00), and this week's Stick Taps (34:00). Originally aired: November 18, 2021 Visit https://sdpn.ca for merch and more. We've joined The Athletic and you can too! Hit the link to subscribe: https://theathletic.com/hockeypod Visit this episode's sponsors: https://www.audacy.com/thedailytip/podcasts/betmgm-tonight-live-58256 https://betmgm.com/ Follow us on Twitter: @ReporterChris & @JkaMckenzie
Today, Gledhill and I make our Week 8 NFL picks as well as recap Week 7 Well unfortunately we fell behind a couple weeks again..Gotta love being a full time college student! Of course as always these are all pre recorded and now that thanksgiving break is coming up, I will be able catch back up again in the next week or so! Thanks for being patient Follow our Instagram: ricksixpodcast New Episodes Every Week Subscribe for All Sports Related Content
If God is leading you to be active in your church, this episode is for you! Prophet, discover 9 different ways you can walk in your prophetic ministry. By the end of the episode, you will have at least one direction to go in. #IPromise Discover how the Lord wants you to minister to your church. In this episode, you will be able to identify the strengths the Holy Spirit is trying to pull out of you. You will get training on how to build a character that your pastor admires and wants to work with. “You are called to do more than to just be... you are called to do in the church! Today, I want you to know that you are a mighty man/woman,” says Apostle Colette Toach. Join your prophetic trainers. Push play now. Key Scripture: 2 Samuel 23:16 Gotta know more? Discover your talents by reading the book below! Prophetic Functions (Digital Book) Nextgenprophets.org Question Answered: How would I transition (or rise up) from being a member who is rather "quiet" and "inactive" to be the prophet in the church that the Lord is calling me to be? Asked By: Loretta Golden (Elk Grove Village, Illinois, USA) Get Connected with Apostles Craig and Colette Toach Follow Apostles Toach!Facebook.com/ToachMinistries Submit Your Question to the Apostles:ToachMinistries.com Join the Ranks of Next Gen Prophets!Prophetic-School.com
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Average Joe & Jane its been a while!! Taroy is back just to chat it up with yall since it has been a while since he has been on the mic. Todays topic is "Men We Gotta Do Better" Taroy dives in as to why Men have to stop getting in their feelings after a woman rejects them, paying the bill, and never stop dating your partners. This is just a filler episode until Taroy comes back for Season 4. Season 4 date is DECEMBER 8, 2021!!! SAVE THE DATE!!! I missed yall so much see yall in a few weeks!! WEBSITE IS NOW UP!!!! www.theaveragejoemedia.com ****IF YOU WANT TO REACH OUT TO ME ABOUT "AVERAGE JOE MEDIA" email me at email@example.com or GO TO THE WEBSITE AT theaveragejoemedia.com for your podcast needs you be disappointed!!! Also if you want to be featured on the Creative Corner Segment, Podcast Plug Segment, or Everybody Eats Segment email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thoughts Of An Average Joe Podcast Info: Facebook Page: Thoughts Of An Average Joe Podcast Follow the twitter: averagejtpc Follow the Instagram: (@averagejtpc) (@theoriginalplaymaker) & (@theaveragejoemedia) Instagram hashtag: #averagejtpc #yafavaveragejoe #theaveragethought #creativecornersegment --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/taroy-jackson/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taroy-jackson/support
There are many updates covered in this weeks episode of Set Apart with Jamie Lyn and Candace! We share testimonies from this past weekend in San Antonio where Jamie Lyn took a team to preach and also we empower you with a timely word for today. We hope you're encouraged! follow us on instagram: @setapartwomen join our tribe: www.patreon.com/Jamielynwallnau
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