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Christmas Time in the City
Fall in New York City

Christmas Time in the City

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 18:52


It's officially Fall here in New York City! Join Chris & Kris as they announce the full return of two major fall parades in the city. Kris talks about new additions coming soon to the Top of the Rock Observatory. In Listener Mail, friend of the podcast and previous guest, Benji is curious about street vending. There's lots of fun stuff coming up in the next few months so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Expect another How YOU doin! and a Halloween ep, respectively, coming during October. Stay safe and Happy Holidays! (If you have trouble understanding the clip that precedes this episode, try turning off "Trim Silence" in the settings of your pod app

Goth Girl Horror: The Hack/Slash Podcast
Hack/Slash Vs Halloween Man W.Guest Drew Edwards

Goth Girl Horror: The Hack/Slash Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 31:43


HAPPY HALLOWEEN and welcome back to the Goth Girl Horror with special guest tonight Drew Edwards creator of the Halloween Man. A one shot cross over with our girl Cassie and Vlad. Hope you enjoy it. Please have a safe and Happy Holiday this month and grab lots of great candy. This is a podcast where we talk about Horror/Fantasy/Sci-fi shows that have been cancelled. We hope you enjoyed the coverage so far. Thanks to everyone who has found the Podcast recently. If you could leave a rating on iTunes for us that would be great. Music from this episode is provided to us by Jess-O-Lantern. Don't forget to check out our awesome Sponsor for the Radio of Horror network Doragon Ramen Noodles https://www.doragonramen.com/

User Defenders: UX Design and Personal Growth
080: Everything I Know (So Far) on Landing a Job in UX with Jason Ogle

User Defenders: UX Design and Personal Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 84:35


Video available on the show notes page at userdefenders.com/080 This is the last episode of 2021. After nearly two years of outlining the content for this episode and nearly two months (at time of writing) of recording and editing, here's everything I know (so far) on landing a job in UX. I hope this content is not only useful to you and anyone you know looking to land their first (or next) job in UX, but I sincerely hope this episode is greatly inspirational and even life-changing for you. I forgot to say it at the end of the episode, so Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Joyous New Year dear Defenders! Take care of yourself and each other, and I'll see you on the other side of this year with more amazing UX/Design content!

Monday Motivation
Recreating Oneself! Monday Motivation w/Rabbi Garfinkel 9-27-2021

Monday Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 12:48


This VERY special time of year in the Jewish calendar is DESIGNED to help recreate ourselves into our BEST selves. The 4 species reflect this message of our re-creation! Plug in & put yourself on the road to becoming YOUR best self! Chag Sameach! Happy Holidays! Love, Rabbi Garfinkel of Project 613

WhatKast
HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

WhatKast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 37:00


Has Covid ruined your holiday/vacation time? Do you miss jetting off to the sun to forget about it all for a week or 2? Listen to my holiday experiences and then think about whether its a good thing or a bad thing..support us here https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whatkastmerch store http://tee.pub/lic/l7YvevGN0SU

Christmas Time in the City
How YOU doin'? with Kim from the Planning for Christmas Podcast

Christmas Time in the City

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 39:53


Join Chris & Kris as they chat and play some games with Kim from the Planning for Christmas Podcast about all things Christmas and New York City. Stay safe and Happy Holidays! *Bear with us with the ad. We'll fill you in on it next week ✌️

Major Spoilers Podcast Network Master Feed
Legion Clubhouse #105: The Legion Finds Religion... and Pirates

Major Spoilers Podcast Network Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 50:38


Happy Holidays! Let's see how Christmas is celebrated across the universe. Also, Space Pirates! Show your thanks to Major Spoilers for this episode by becoming a Major Spoilers Patron. It will help ensure The Major Spoilers Podcast continues far into the future! Join our Discord server and chat with fellow Spoilerites! (https://discord.gg/jWF9BbF) DC SPECIAL SERIES #21 (Super-Star Holiday Special) "Star Light, Star Bright... Farthest Star I See Tonight!" Spring 1980 w: Paul Levitz a: José Luis García-López It's Christmas in the 30th Century! [caption id="attachment_640873" align="alignright" width="231"] You can purchase this issue via the comiXology affiliate link[/caption] LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #262 "The Planet That Captured The Legion!" April 1980 w: Gerry Conway a: James Sherman The search for RJ Brande's lost fortune leads to... space pirates!

The Legion Clubhouse
Legion Clubhouse #105: The Legion Finds Religion... and Pirates

The Legion Clubhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 50:38


Happy Holidays! Let's see how Christmas is celebrated across the universe. Also, Space Pirates! Show your thanks to Major Spoilers for this episode by becoming a Major Spoilers Patron. It will help ensure The Major Spoilers Podcast continues far into the future! Join our Discord server and chat with fellow Spoilerites! (https://discord.gg/jWF9BbF) DC SPECIAL SERIES #21 (Super-Star Holiday Special) "Star Light, Star Bright... Farthest Star I See Tonight!" Spring 1980 w: Paul Levitz a: José Luis García-López It's Christmas in the 30th Century! [caption id="attachment_640873" align="alignright" width="231"] You can purchase this issue via the comiXology affiliate link[/caption] LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #262 "The Planet That Captured The Legion!" April 1980 w: Gerry Conway a: James Sherman The search for RJ Brande's lost fortune leads to... space pirates!

Unpacked the Podcast
Rewind Episode 27: Unpacking Stress | Episode 62

Unpacked the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 57:17


Rewind Episode: We're bringing Christmas to August with this throwback. Enjoy and we'll be back very soon! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of our listeners! This week we are unpacking STRESS! Rev, Tiff, and Di get transparent about how stress manifests in each of their lives, how stress interacts with COVID, and how we all deal!  On this episode: Rev talks about stress, what it's like at her job during this season, and how she maintains her peace in her sanctuary.  Tiff unpacks how she deals with debilitating migraines and what she does to handle the stress that impacts her life. Di breaks down her physical responses to stress and how COVID impacts her as a germaphobe. In our Let's Unpack session we talk about who should pay the bills if one partner is wealthy and we do not agree on the outcome this time! Thanks for spending some time on this Holiday weekend with us! Don't miss out! We love hearing from you. Contact us with your Am I the Butthole?/Advice questions, give us your feedback and tell us if there is anything you want to hear: unpackedthepod@gmail.com. We are happy to have added a resource page for this episode, if you need help, please reach out. We're thankful you tuned in… You can find us wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts including,  Apple Podcasts,  Google Podcasts,  Stitcher,  Podbean,  iHeartRadio, Spotify, subscribe, rate, review, and be sure to share this podcast!

All Gas No Breaks Podcast
AGNB Episode 36 "Ribs n' BBQ Ride" (VIDEO)

All Gas No Breaks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 58:10


Welcome back everyone and Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to you all. Thanks for listening/watching the last episode of COVID-19 2020. Thank God we have all survived it. In this Episode, we pay our Respects to Debo, and the other Friday Fallen Cast. We are covering Rudy G. in Borat 2, Nate Robinson's Knockout, Biden's Loan Forgiveness, and you get to stroll along with us as we pick OG_Frank some BBQ Ribs out in DC. Thank you DMV for the follows, likes, and subscriptions, thank you for the donations on our GundFundme. Love, Peace, and Nappiness!

JAM Dental Podcast
Session 15: Starting Dental School Virtually with Brooke Frazier

JAM Dental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 48:14


Welcome to the final JAM session of 2020! Today we're talking with Brooke Frazier, a current D1 at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry! Brooke graduated from University of Urbana-Champaign with B.S. in Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB), where she met Morgan. On this episode she shares with us some of the different challenges she's faced with the first semester of a tough dental school curriculum, as well as her experiences with beginning a chapter in higher education that has been predominantly virtual. We also discuss the ways that students can get involved on campus, interview/application tips, and the joys of having or being an older sibling. Now that most of you are likely on a winter break, we hope you can cozy up next to a fire with some hot chocolate for some rest and recovery. And perhaps instead of binging The Queen's Gambit, you can enjoy all 15 JAM sessions at once. In any case, we three (Jake, Alex, and Morgan) wish you all a Happy Holidays!

Christmas Time in the City
The Return of the Christmas Time in the City Podcast

Christmas Time in the City

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 20:11


After an unexpected month-long break, Chris & Kris are back! In the News, they talk about a gigantic concert coming soon to Central Park plus an announcement about merch! In Listener Mail, they talk about the do's and don'ts of Times Square and how New York City handles snow. Until next time, stay safe and Happy Holidays! Christmas Time in the City Youtube Channel Christmas Time in the City Merch

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports w/Jose V. & Rob G. Live on Guerilla Cross Radio - Boys Night Out - Episode 69

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 61:30


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s= Rob was at the CONCACAF Gold Cup Final between Mexico

Kafi am Freitag
Sommerferien 2021 - TEIL 2/4

Kafi am Freitag

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 33:07


Teil 2 der zerstückelten Ferienfolge. Happy Holiday

Kafi am Freitag
Sommerferien 2021 - TEIL 1/4

Kafi am Freitag

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 33:47


Wir nehmen die Sache hier sehr ernst. Podcasten ist nicht nur ein Zeitvertreib, podcasten ist auch Verantwortung. Ferienhalber sind wir weg. Aber wir lassen euch nicht alleine. Wir sind für Euch da. Immer. Das ist der Teil 1 von 4. Wir haben, brachial wie wir nun mal sind, eine lange Ferienfolge in 4 Teile geschnitten und die erste Tranche könnt Ihr Euch heut aufs Znünibrot schmieren. Happy Holiday, mit oder ohne Madonna. Eure Sara und Kafi

The DA Show
Mon. 7/19 #3: Happy Holiday / Stunned To A News / Deer Deception

The DA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 44:39


How iconic was Jrue's steal & lob in Finals history? / Bogusch gets us Stunned. Plus, Mraz is in the doghouse with his wife / Would you pay $1000 with no view of the court? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Weekly Inconvenience
Happy Holidays! , Massive Argument, Cutting Lines

Weekly Inconvenience

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 30:58


In this Week's inconvenience, Slip try's being all inclusive... but fails horribly. Nelso is scared again, but this time because of a brain microchip. The Jewish People and the Alien's rivalry is ramping up... which leads to a larger rivalry between our hosts. (we will find out who built the pyramids sooner than later). A new chicken sandwich is in town, and it is surprisingly delicious. Ryan Resells joins the show to clean up some details regarding a potential infraction caused by one of the hosts. Plus much more covered.

Fescoe in the Morning
05/12 - 6 am - Happy Holiday!

Fescoe in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 59:09


It's schedule release day and the guys are pumped! Plus, the Royals showed some life, the Chiefs week one opponent breaks, we Shout It Out, someone finally asked Brett Veach something we we all curious about, and nobody is going to replicate this anytime soon.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jordy Culotta Show
Zachary's David Brewerton, LSU's Hunt Palmer, McNeese's Frank Wilson, and it's the reason for the season: 04-20-21

The Jordy Culotta Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 108:51


Happy Holiday! Enjoy this Tuesday (04-20-21) with the Jordy Culotta Show. We discuss the state of the Zachary Football program with Head Coach David Brewerton, as he looks to claim another state title with the help of his D-1 bound quarterback.  LSU's Hunt Palmer, who knew this was coming, joins us in the UDL to discuss the state of LSU Baseball, as there is a real cause for concern after its abysmal start in SEC play. He also gives his thoughts on the LSU Spring Game, and what is next for LSU Football.  OUR Head Coach Frank Wilson joins us for his weekly call. Coach Wilson is on the prowl as the passion is palpable when he discuss his vision for the Pokes after recruiting back to of his stars from the Spring season.  We get off the rails with a dinosaur? sighting, and we talk (stoner) aliens, comedies, athletes, and more! 

Macrodosing: Arian Foster and PFT Commenter

On today's episode of Macrodosing, it's 4/20, the holy grail day for weed. Special guests include Frank The Tank (who got high for the first time ever on the show) and Buddah Ben. Happy Holiday and enjoy the episode! 0:00 Frank the Tank accidentally got high for the first time off a 3Chi cookie 8:00 The questionable history of NJ State Police uniforms 10:00 Best things a tree can become 12:00 Fuck William Randolph Hearst 14:30 Bring back mids 18:00 Big THC 21:00 The origins of weed 25:00 PFT taught his mom how to smoke weed 29:00 Was Moses high off the burning bush? (Bonus: Frank’s 15 Commandments) 36:30 What smoking weed with Obama was like 40:00 Buddha Ben joins the show 44:00 The first time Buddha got high 47:00 The kid that got Buddha his weed starter pack 52:00 Exactly how much weed does Buddha Ben smoke? 53:30 Big T learns how there’s nicotine in blunts 1:00:00 Why Buddha has to smoke blunts 1:06:00 Can you still buy kindbud? 1:08:00 Science lesson from Coley

The No Name RC Podcast
Show #108 - The No Name RC Podcast- Silly Season 2020 Review

The No Name RC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2021 154:17


Time Stamps: (00:01:00) - JQ Lefty Catch up (00:12:47) - Manscaped.com RC News (00:47:34) - Beach RC Bench Racing Q&A (01:16:43) Sun City RC - RC Thought of the Week  (01:32:37) Tekno RC Main Interview  What's going on NNRC Squad we are back and oh it felt so good to get behind the mic again !! Happy New Year to all of you we hope you enjoyed your holidays and are having a good start to 2021. As you guys know we took the holidays off to enjoy them but we are never really off Silly Season heated up and got hot in that time . This first podcast of the year is just Lefty and JQ catching up and talking about the Silly Season moves and our thoughts on them. Next Pod we will have a guest and also get back to live shows with call ins.  Enjoy the pod and let's all work together to make 2021 better for everyone! NNRC Squad Thank you to all the NNRC Squad around the world none of this is possible with out you guys. Your support is very much appreciated.   Patrons Of The NNRC  Thank you to the Patrons of the NNRC for your support you help keep these bills paid. If you wish to support the podcast more you can at : https://www.patreon.com/NNRCPodcast   Big shout out and thank you to Conner Ahlers of Duluth Cranes for his support

The Adversity Advantage
Best of 2020 - Dr. Will Bulsiewicz - All About the Gut Microbiome and How to Strengthen Your Immune System Right Now

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2020 67:49


For this last week of 2020, each day we will be re-release one of the most popular episodes of the past year. We will resume our regular schedule with a new episode on 1/4/2021. Have a Happy Holiday and Happy New Year!   Best of 2020 #1: Dr. Will Bulsiewicz - All About the Gut Microbiome and How to Strengthen Your Immune System Right Now (Originally released 12/14/20)   All About the Gut Microbiome and How to Strengthen Your Immune System Right Now!   Today, we are going to talk all about the gut microbiome and how to strengthen your immune system right now. Clearly, with everything going on with COVID-19, this episode couldn't come at a better time. I've had the opportunity to talk to one of the best there is on this topic.    Today's guest is Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, commonly known as Dr. B. He is an award-winning gastroenterologist and the author of the New York Times bestselling book, Fiber Fueled.   Many might not know this, but our gut is connected to almost every part of our body including our brain. Did you know that 90% of our serotonin and 50 % of our dopamine is produced in our gut?   So sometimes when we feel stressed, anxious, and depressed, this all might be tied directly to having an unhealthy gut.   It's incredibly fascinating as is the fact that 70% of our immune system is in our gut as well.   This is why we should really be paying attention to our gut health more than ever as COVID-19 impacts so many people with underlying health issues and weaker immune systems.   In this episode, Dr. B will explain everything you need to know about the gut microbiome, how our gut health impacts things such as COVID-19, our immune system, and mental health. He will also explain the secret to how you can discover how healthy your gut is in the comfort of your and his tip for this will cost you absolutely nothing other than some time.   Finally, he will also provide the blueprint of what you can do right now to optimize your gut health and strengthen your immune system plus so much more.   Dr. B's Backstory:   Dr. B already knew when he was a teenager that he wanted to be a doctor. He's always been an idealist, and what he really wanted to do was to help kids, particularly the adolescent and teenage kids, because he feels like they're overlooked and they deserve more attention in this transformative period in their life. So he initially set on a path to go to medical school so that he could become a child psychiatrist.   During Dr. B's journey to become a doctor, he suddenly fell in love with gastroenterology. At the age of 30, everything went well for his career. He was the chief medical resident at Northwestern in Chicago, one of the top internal medicine residency in the country. He won the highest award in his residency class and published eight papers in gastroenterology journals.   Of all those achievements, he still felt miserable. He hated himself. And that's when he realized that it's all about the diet that he was raised, which was the very classic “1980s diet” -- hotdogs, Doritos, Kool Aid, bagel bites. He gained 50 pounds, had low energy, super low self-esteem and high blood pressure.   He did some exercise like what most guys do, but everything changed when he started dating his wife who's on a very clean diet. Out of curiosity, he followed that thread and started making small changes.   He noticed that he instantly felt better. He didn't have the hangover after meals, he was energized, his skin started to change, and his hair got thicker. His weight also started falling of as well.   Those changes inspired him so much that he became obsessed with digging into the medical literature. He became a believer because of the way that it transformed his own life. He felt that his patients deserved it too. So he brought that into his clinic, and saw similar amazing and transformative results with them.   In 2016, he just felt compelled to share the story, but also felt that it wasn't enough. That's the reason why he created his Instagram account. He didn't expect so much in the beginning, so when he reached 1,000 followers, Dr. B and his wife celebrated and popped a bottle of champagne.   Fast forward, his book called “Fiber Fueled” came out in May this year, and it's a New York Times bestseller. Today, they're closing in on 100,000 copies and it's only a little over six months since the book came out.   Now that you already know Dr. B's backstory, take a look at these very interesting topics and lessons we discussed:   The meaning of the gut microbiome   Why stress and the gut microbiome go hand in hand with each other   The different ways our gut can communicate with our brain   The antagonistic pleiotropy   The connection between gut microbiome and COVID-19   Things that people can do to strengthen their gut and immune system   The special connection between our gut microbes and fiber   Why do people need to pay attention to where they're getting the fiber from   The importance of the diversity of plants in your diet   Bonus: smoothie recipe of Dr. B's wife   The Bristol Stool Chart   The different types of bowel movement   The effect on trauma in the gut   How Dr. B and his team help the patients who were victims of trauma and abuse   Inflammation in the gut Fiber Fueled by Dr. B:   “Fiber Fueled is so much more than a health book. It's a step-by-step methodology to stop the misinformation madness caused by the diet industry, and show you the simple, science-backed process for a lifestyle that is effortless, sustainable, and above all else, it transforms your health by optimizing your gut microbiome.” Takeaways:   Microbes are not just passively in the human body. They are there with a purpose. They have been there since the beginning of human history.    There's never been a sterile human, we've always had a relationship with these microbes.   The healthy microbiomes give us access to our nutrients. are connected to our immune system. are connected to our metabolism. are connected to our hormones. are connected to our brain.   A healthy gut is the path to a healthy brain, including our mood.   Our bowel movement is actually predominantly made up of your gut microbes.   Plant Diversity in your diet Is king when it comes to having a healthy gut. Simple ways are through smoothies and salads.   Connect with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz:   Website: https://theplantfedgut.com/   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theguthealthmd/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theguthealthmd   Get Dr. B's book Fiber Fueled here:   https://amzn.to/37VHhi6   Sign up for Dr. B's Course here:   https://theplantfedgut.com/course/   Connect with Doug   Instagram: @dougbopst   Facebook: Doug Bopst   Private Facebook Group:   https://www.facebook.com/groups/690686891674188   Website: www.dougbopst.com/gift   More on Soul CBD Gummies:   Click the link below and enter the code "Doug" at checkout to receive 15% off Soul CBD Gummies!    www.mysoulcbd.com

The JV Show Podcast
Happy Holidays From The JV Show!!

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 78:04


On today's 12-30-20 Wednesday show: Happy Holidays!  The JV Show is out on vacation!  Please enjoy some of our favorite moments from this year with Selena before she went out on maternity leave!  

The Adversity Advantage
Best of 2020 - David Sinclair - Modifying Our Lifestyle to Reverse Aging 

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 57:55


For this last week of 2020, each day we will re-release one of the most popular episodes of the past year. We will resume our regular schedule with a new episode on 1/4/2021. Have a Happy Holiday and Happy New Year!   Best of 2020 #2: David Sinclair - Modifying Our Lifestyle to Reverse Aging (Originally released 6/9/2020)   Dr. David Sinclair: Modifying Our Lifestyle to Reverse Aging    Today I'm incredibly honored to host Dr. David Sinclair.  David is a professor in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School. He's the author of New York's Times best-seller Lifespan, a book with insights on why we age, and how we can slow and even reverse aging. A top innovator, David was in 2014, named on Time Magazine's list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World, and listed as Time's Top 50 in healthcare in 2018. David's inspiration growing up David grew up with his grandmother, who was a constant believer in his abilities and always motivated him to set and shoot for his life-goals and he will always achieve them.  In an unfair world filled with cruel and mischievous people, David's grandmother always reminded him to be grateful and generous where he could. To always do whatever he can to make the world a better place than it is. David owes a lot of current success and grit to this background and claims that every no one needs a positive environment of someone who believes in them, and they too can set to achieve greatness. Hormesis: Using exercise and healthy eating to fight aging. Being a trained geneticist, you'd think that David would vouch for DNA as the major contributing factor for your health and wellness destiny. But oh no, the key to this, David says is the epigenome  The epigenome is the real powerhouse and determinant of our lifestyle i.e how much we sleep, mental stress, physical fitness etc.  A study on identical twins held in Denmark supports this claim, with the findings suggesting that we only inherit from our parents 20% in terms of the predictability of our long-term health.   The key to better physical and mental health and ultimately slow aging, David states, is through exercise and healthy eating.  As for exercise - do anything that gets your breathing level up for at least 15 minutes Exercising triggers the longevity genes which regulate the epigenome - which is in control of how we age. Healthy eating also triggers the epigenome, resulting in similar effects.    Healthy eating and numerous benefits of fasting.  It's no surprise that what we eat is a big contributor of how our health turns out to be. However, what always seems to be left out, is how to eat.   Having 3 meals a day and zero exercise has a reverse effect on your mind.Your brain loves being relaxed - just sitting down and having snacks is all you need -  By giving in to this kind of lifestyle, you're sacrificing your body's ability to fight diseases and aging. Because your body gets the message from the brain that it's very safe and there's plenty of security and food to eat. So you relax, and the defense modes switch off. It's for this reason that obese people who don't exercise, not only look older, but are actually older.    Fasting triggers the longevity genes as well. Through fasting, the body is tricked into thinking there isn't enough resources to live on. Amino acids are also restricted and the epigenome is activated too.   Types of foods David suggests you should take when fasting. You don't want foods with a lot of sugar - as they make you get hungry faster Don't be too rough on yourself - one milkshake isn't bad (as long as you're consistent) Best meal for him is a salad with a bit of olive oil on it or vinegar Protein is good in small amounts.  Green leafy vegetables and practice Hormesis i.e If your plants are stressed before you eat them you get the benefit. So you don't have to do it yourself. You can eat plants; That have grown without much rain or water in the environment. With bugs on them   Dr. David Sinclair's Adversity - Growing from the failures and setbacks he's been through   There's no way to be successful without massive amounts of adversity, criticisms, failures and mistakes, claims David. We don't have all the answers, and aren't perfect either.   Failure is part of the journey. And as David shares his lowest point in life, he certainly owes a lot of his current progress and success as a result of embracing and his setbacks and learning from them. David saw his mom die in front of him, which was of course, a big blow to him, both emotionally and psychologically. But it's the career setback he really digs into and narrates on the show. Close to the tip of being sacked and losing his reputation (which for scientists is everything) A 41 year old David was completely battered, beaten and destroyed.   When he was 34 years old, David and his team had just uncovered a huge biological milestone through a breakthrough which seemed too easy and good to be true. And so they patented it. 7 years down the line. David would face so much criticism from journalists and scientists, all of whom claimed that everything he had published on his breakthrough was false. And so the company that he had invested so much in, and received millions of dollars in donations for clinical trials was a hoodwink and based on lies.   About half of David's lab staff abandoned him, deeming his career over. All David could wonder was how it could all go soo wrong. How could it be that the very world he was trying to save, is now punching him in the face? There was nothing more to do. So he went to bed every night sad and depressed.  As time went by though, David decided not to quit. He decided he would put on a fight and prove all his doubters and critics wrong with proof and data. 3 years later, and with the help of the loyal staff that remained, David solved the problem that had resulted in so many individuals misunderstanding and attacking his professional achievements.  Having published his findings in 2013, this put Dr. David and his team back on track into achieving the great  things they had set out to when they started.   Don't quit mentality Now 50, David knows that it never gets easier and the setbacks never stop. But for him, winners are the ones who decide to get back up as fast as possible and handle all the blocks and obstacles that are a normal part of life. Even till date, David still faces criticisms and hindrances from his colleagues, donors, newspaper and, and university. But now older, that he was, he's wise enough to know that the challenges never get easier or end, you only get better and tougher.   David's thinking pattern is that humanity is in all these together. We're all trying to work out and solve life's big problems and challenges. And, so we must work together. This line of thought  has landed him into bad relationships with many scientists who try to remain as secretive as possible in matters regarding their research and findings.    In conclusion, David advises us to always have goals in our lives. When you're low and in depression, and still lacking in goals, dreams and aspirations to look forward to. Then life hits you even harder. So set a goal, go for it, and don't stop or give up on it until you get there!   Connect with Dr. David Sinclair  Website - https://lifespanbook.com/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/davidasinclair LinkedIn -  https://www.linkedin.com/in/sinclairda/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/davidsinclairphd/?hl=en Lifespan on Amazon - https://amzn.to/2BFribo Connect with Doug Instagram: @dougbopst Facebook: Doug Bopst Website: www.dougbopst.com/gift More on Earth Echo Foods/Cacao Bliss: www.earthechofoods.com/dougbopst Use Promo code "Doug" at checkout to receive 15% off your order    

The Mode
Happy Holiday Break

The Mode

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2020 0:54


We don't have a full length episode this week but we do want to thank you all for your support this year and let you know exciting things are coming in 2021!

The JV Show Podcast
Happy Holidays From The JV Show!!

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2020 78:04


On today's 12-29-20 Tuesday show: Happy Holidays!  The JV Show is out on vacation!  Please enjoy some of our favorite moments from this year with Selena before she went out on maternity leave!  

The Adversity Advantage
Best of 2020 - Dr. Andrew Huberman - The Surprising Truth About Stress (And How it Can Actually Be Healthy)

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2020 57:24


For this last week of 2020, each day we will re-release one of the most popular episodes of the past year. We will resume our regular schedule with a new episode on 1/4/2021. Have a Happy Holiday and Happy New Year!   Best of 2020 #3: Dr. Andrew Huberman - The Surprising Truth About Stress (And How it Can Actually Be Healthy) (Originally released 8/18/20)   Dr. Andrew Huberman: The Surprising Truth About Stress (And How it Can Actually Be Healthy)    THIS EPISODE WILL BLOW YOUR MIND!   Do you want to know the surprising truth about stress and how it actually can benefit your health?   Then, you will not want to miss today's episode with neuroscientist, Dr. Andrew Huberman where we cover addiction, stress, cell phones (as he calls it digital concussion) and his incredible story.    Andrew Huberman, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and tenured Professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He has made numerous important contributions to the fields of brain development, brain function and neural plasticity, which is the ability of our nervous system to rewire and learn new behaviors, skills and cognitive functioning.    Huberman is a McKnight Foundation and Pew Foundation Fellow and was awarded the Cogan Award in 2017, which is given to the scientist making the largest discoveries in the study of vision. His lab's most recent work focuses on the influence of vision and respiration on human performance and brain states such as fear and courage. He also works on neural regeneration and directs a clinical trial to promote visual restoration in diseases that cause blindness. Huberman is also actively involved in developing tools now in use by elite military in the US and Canada, athletes, and technology industries for optimizing performance in high stress environments, enhancing neural plasticity, mitigating stress, and optimizing sleep.    Work from the Huberman Laboratory at Stanford Medical School has been published in top journals including Nature, Science, and Cell and has been featured in TIME, BBC, Scientific American, Discover, and other top media outlets.   Andrew's Journey   Andrew had a great start to his life.  His mother wrote children's books and his father was a theoretical physicist. Everything in Andrew's life was going very well, until he turned 13 and his parents separated. When his dad left, Andrew's mother began to experience stress.    At about the same time that Andrew's parents separated, his older sister had just left for college. This left him to face life's obstacles all alone, and reality took a sudden turn for Andrew.   With everything changing so fast in Andrew's life, he turned to skateboarding as a way to handle and relieve the stress.    It was while skateboarding in Embarcadero, San Francisco that Andrew started to meet new friends, most of whom were growing up without much parental control or influence.  This is when Andrew began to recognize that kids growing up without two parent families, lived lives that were more chaotic than other kids with more normal home lives. As Andrew entered puberty, he started skipping school, and from the ages of 14-17, most of his time was spent either skateboarding or with his girlfriend.    As time went by, Andrew also turned to boxing as another tool to handle his stress.   Andrew was ultimately kicked out of school because of the constant troubles that accompanied his presence. He was offered a chance to resume his studies under the condition of going to therapy.    The therapist was of great help, demonstrating to Andrew that there was a better way for him to structure his life. By adding certain types of life tools and structure to his life, Andrew learned that he could achieve the life he was craving internally without relying solely on fighting, boxing and skateboarding.    Once Andrew returned to school he started to play football, where his football coach advised Andrew to start running and lifting weights as a way to build his frail body.    Always curious and self-driven, Andrew began to lift weights. He fell in love with the body that he was crafting through his new hobby. His great physique ultimately pushed him into being a firefighter as a way to make a living.   With his girlfriend moving to college, Andrew would sleep outside of her dorm in the parking lot as a way to stay close with the most intimate friend he had.   Slowly, his old habits of fighting started to re-enter his life. On July 4th 1994, after getting into a fight in the small town of Isla Vista, Andrew found himself considering the direction in which his life was headed. Walking back home from the fight, Andrew decided to change his life for the better permanently. He started by enrolling in a local community college and dedicated himself to achieving excellence in weight lifting, running, reading and studying.    What followed was a metamorphosis into an organized and self-driven individual.    While at the community college, Andrew started taking Psycho-Biology (now known as Neuroscience) and found himself connecting with his charismatic professor, who ultimately acted as a mentor in his educational endeavors. Andrew was self-driven, highly motivated, and made it his life mission to get a PhD in the field of Neuroscience. He achieved his goal, which is a feat that has contributed greatly to his current success.   Addictions Andrew describes the term addiction as a progressive narrowing of the things that bring you pleasure.    Addictions start and end with the brain chemical dopamine. Whatever we are addicted to overtakes the dopamine circuits and becomes the single most powerful stimulus in our lives.   Dopamine is designed to motivate us and Human beings have evolved as a result of it.   Think about dopamine as a jet engine that propels us towards a certain direction. And when we get to this destination, we get replenished with more dopamine.   Dopamine reinforces the actions that lead to your satisfaction. It's more of a thrill when you want to get what you're addicted to than actually taking the drug itself.   Therefore, a lot of our daily actions are as a result of dopamine release in the brain. So, it is irrefutable that we need dopamine. The only question is, by what means are you going to get it?   Is it through healthy thoughts and activities that build your life? Or is it through an alternative path that will destroy a person?   Oxytocin and serotonin are the other reward systems in our brain.   They have an effect of making us blissful and feeling a desire to remain still. Examples of times these chemicals are released is when we eat a good meal or after sex.    The addiction to phones.  From Andrew's definition of what an addiction is, cell phones can definitely be classified as addictive.   Phones have the ability to take a significant amount of people's time and impede upon their ability to experience pleasure with other things.    Industries in the phone industry know this and curated what you see towards satisfying all of your specific needs. Phones now know people better than people know themselves at times. They understand all of a person's cravings and habits. The more time that an individual spends on a phone, the more that person can exhaust neural circuits and the capacity to focus.  Also, when someone is trying to be creative (writing, podcasting etc.), spending significant time on a phone can make it harder to concentrate for long periods of time.   Learning to be calm The key to leading a happy life is learning to anchor your thinking and maintain control even when you are faced with a lot of problems. Trauma at a young age is a test that many young adults experience, and at the time of the trauma many young people fail to handle it in healthy ways. This is one reason why so many young people turn to drugs as a way to either numb the pain or calm their minds to focus. The good news is, we can learn to cope with stress because the neural circuits that allow us to maintain a clear mind when we're flooded with adrenaline can be modified by experience.    If you practice how to handle stress on a consistent basis, when someone encounters real life stress, one can learn how to open up your gaze, take a second or two to analyze the situation, and finally react in the right manner.    Being too relaxed is actually the reason why so many people relapse into old habits. Your brain cannot differentiate between the dopamine being released as a result of a good thing such as a job promotion and drug abuse. So, people need to learn to embrace stress because it can be there to help you grow.    Tools to handle stress and anxiety We can re-shape and adapt better to how we react to stressful situations through employing various tools.   These tools help us develop a bulletproof mindset in relation to how we handle problems as they arise.   With enough practice, you develop a higher level of understanding and control over your nervous system. Respiration - Breathing in twice through your nose and breathing out once through your mouth. Vision - Dilating your gaze and seeing as much of the room as you can. Then try to see yourself in that room. Stressful environments - E.g. taking a cold shower or 25-50 quick deep breaths.   Connect with Andrew Website - http://www.hubermanlab.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab   Connect with Doug Instagram: @dougbopst Facebook: Doug Bopst Website: www.dougbopst.com/gift   More on Earth Echo Foods/Cacao Bliss: www.earthechofoods.com/dougbopst Use Promo code "Doug" at checkout to receive 15% off your order  

The Film Buds
Happy Holidays!

The Film Buds

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2020


Happy holidays, buddies :)

The JV Show Podcast
Happy Holidays From The JV Show!!

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2020 66:54


On today's 12-28-20 Monday show: Happy Holidays!  The JV Show is out on vacation!  Please enjoy some of our favorite moments from this year with Selena before she went out on maternity leave!  

The Adversity Advantage
Best of 2020 - Rich Roll - Take Small Steps to Change Your Life

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2020 57:13


For this last week of 2020, each day we will re-release one of the most popular episodes of the past year. We will resume our regular schedule with a new episode on 1/4/2021. Have a Happy Holiday and Happy New Year!   Best of 2020 #4: Rich Roll - Take Small Steps to Change Your Life (Originally released 11/09/20)   Are you are someone who is in pain, stuck in a "rut," struggling with fear or uncertainty?   Congratulations, you are in the right place.  Today's guest says that you MUST use your pain as a motivator to take the small steps to change your life.   Today is a special treat. I have been tracking down this guy to get this interview for quite some time and after hearing who it is you will understand why. Many of you will recognize today's guest from his highly acclaimed podcast. Some of you have may have read his books or just heard of his incredible accomplishments online.   He hosts one of the most popular podcasts out there and his show was the first major podcast to feature my story.  I am so blessed that the tables have turned and I'm now able to pay it forward and have him as a guest on my podcast.   He is also one of the fittest humans alive. Just to give you an idea he completed 5 ironman distance triathlons on 5 different islands of Hawaii in less than a week. He is also a recovery warrior, having over 20 years of sobriety.  Today we get into some parts of his journey that you may not be familiar with.   I am very excited that Rich Roll joins me on the show today. Rich is the host of the highly popular, Rich Roll podcast. His memoir "Finding Ultra: Rejecting Middle Age, Becoming One of the World's Fittest Men, and Discovering Myself” was a best seller.  His newest book "Voicing Change" is available for sale tomorrow and will undoubtedly be equally successful.   In addition to being a podcast host and author, he is also a plant based nutrition advocate and ultra endurance athlete.  He is a beacon of light to people worldwide as an inspiring  example of transformation, courage and healthy living. He is the epitome of using Adversity to his Advantage!   “Change is not only possible, it's freely available to you.” -Rich Roll   Get ready to have your mind blown by the incredible wisdom and inspiration he's gained from his personal and professional experiences.   We chat about the following topics and so much more:   Rich's effective way of dealing with anything he's struggling with   Why surrendering and letting go of what you can't control is so important to get yourself out of a hole   How staying connected to people that inspire you is helpful for your recovery   How can someone go from being in such a fear-based mindset to living more with faith   Developing such incredible conversational skills despite being shy in younger years is possible   Why is it so important to play the long game when it comes to trying to achieve your goals   How Rich uses his podcast as a healthy outlet and a major act of service   The steps you can take for someone who's struggling   Some of the biggest actions Rich personally takes that gets  his mood up   Rich's advice for someone who wants to change the way they talk to themselves and create lasting change in their life:   "Change is not only possible, it's freely available." -Rich Roll   He shares that it starts with taking one very small action and building off of that. It's not going to happen overnight.   "If you are in pain, congratulations, that's the best place to start. Use that pain as a motivator, as a lever to actually get you up off the couch. Whether that's literal or figurative and start to manifest in very small nuggets, the life that you would like to lead." -Rich Roll   He talks about beginning with very basic actions. It could just start with simple steps such as writing down the things you are struggling with in your life and jotting down the things you want to give more attention to. Another "first step" example can be putting your shoes on to go for a walk because you have aspirations to run a marathon.    "It's not about quitting your job overnight and making some broad dramatic statement. It really is about these tiny things that you commit yourself to." -Rich Roll   Rich shares that If you are having trouble staying committed or on track, find an accountability partner that you can trust.   "Ask yourself, how committed are you to change and are you willing to take some uncomfortable actions in order to shift your reality?" -Rich Roll   Rich's Latest Book: Voicing Change   It's an aesthetic compilation of wisdom that showcases many of the life changing conversations between Rich and many of his guests.   The inspiration for this book is really a desire to canonize some of the wisdom and inspiration that Rich received as a result of hosting his podcast.   It's also a way of honoring the many guests that he had on the show, and also honoring the audience.   He wanted to do it in an aesthetically pleasing way. Which is why they decided to go with a coffee table book format.   Get the book here:   richroll.com/vc   Connect with Rich:   Website: richroll.com   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richroll/    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/richrollfans   Twitter: https://twitter.com/richroll   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/richroll     Rich's Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-rich-roll-podcast/id582272991   https://open.spotify.com/show/2TGszFKJEbQuEXrWduK63l?si=ojo6Qb6dSWCjvWvnSOAIeg   Connect with Doug   Website: www.dougbopst.com/   Instagram: @dougbopst   Facebook: Doug Bopst   Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/690686891674188   Website: www.dougbopst.com/   More on Earth Echo Foods/Cacao Bliss:   www.earthechofoods.com/dougbopst   Use Promo code "Doug" at checkout to receive 15% off your order      

The Dantastic Mr Tox & Howard
For The Greater Good

The Dantastic Mr Tox & Howard

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2020 81:10


Welcome home, listeners! Sit back, relax, and join Dan (@drusyniak) &Howard (@heshiegreshie) as they learn how to prevent scorpions from coming home, explore pharmacogenetics, and explore the incredible importance of mentorship, representation, diversity, and equality with Dr. Ayrn O'Connor (@MedToxPGx). Stay safe, wash your hands, physically distance, and wear a mask. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year! Delicious Links Just in case you move to Arizona, here are 5 Simple Ways to Deter Scorpions. Not my face! Some unusual locations for snakebites have been reported. Some information related to the business of Medical Toxicology, including billing and reimbursement for bedside toxicology practice, a medical toxicology admitting service or dedicated toxicology unit, the impact of a toxicology service on the ICU, or among inpatients discharged with a poisoning-related diagnosis, lessons learned and the impact of a specialty code on private practice. Women In Toxicology and the move Towards Gender Equality in Medical Toxicology. There is a beneficial impact of patient-physician racial concordance that impacts infant and maternal mortality, HIV care, cancer screening, provider visits and overall communication. Mentorship in the health professions, and doing it with intention. So now I'm a mentor, what's in it for me? Special Thanks Thank you for your continued support. We missed you and hope to provide more in 2021. As always, we are looking for feedback - comments, questions, suggestions, recipes, etc. Let us know. Reach us at @toxandhound. We want to hear from you! We love doing this podcast, and hope you do as well. If you like what you hear, maybe you'd like to buy us a cup of coffee! Thank you to our house band Pretty Simple Duo (@prettysimpleduo), now reincarnated as Bloomington Delta Music (@BloomDeltaMusic), our announcer Josh Shelov (@shelovj), and Reverend Matt Winston and High Priestess Amy Winston of Witness Protection Products. Ad at 27:23 . . . Acknowledgements Music "Funkorama" by Kevin MacLeod. License: CC BY. Sound effects from bbc.co.uk – © copyright BBC, and zapsplat.com. Do Infinite Good by Nick Fewings and We Have Coffee by Leon Bublitz both on unsplash.com. Interested in #FOAMtox? Like this podcast? Take a gander at The Tox and The Hound. It's like a podcast, but for your eyes. Listen on iTunes or Spotify! Earholes happy? Rate and review! Show the love!

The Adversity Advantage
Best of 2020 - Shaman Durek - Transforming Your Life Through Spiritual Hacking

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2020 55:25


For this last week of 2020, each day we will re-release one of the most popular episodes of the past year. We will resume our regular schedule with a new episode on 1/4/2021. Have a Happy Holiday and Happy New Year!   Best of 2020 #5: Shaman Durek - Transforming Your Life Through Spiritual Hacking (Originally released 7/6/2020)   Are you ready to completely change your perceptions on reality and experience change like never before?  If so, then I've got two words for you Shaman Durek.    In hands down one of the most soul stirring interviews I've ever had, stay tuned into the show and be a part of an uplifting biohacking experience that is certain to change your views on everything you know and believe in.   About Shaman Durek Although he was destined to be a Shaman because of his lineage. Durek had at one point in his life completely pushed the thought of becoming a Shaman away.  Durek then went on a walkabout and chose otherwise, thus becoming the shaman he is today.  Descendent from the West African country of Ghana. Durek's ancestors were the village medicine people.  As a result of slave trade and colonialism. Durek's ancestors ended up practicing Lukumi (The merging of African shamanism and modern Catholicism) The merge has had its challenges since the two (African Shamanism and Catholicism) really contradict each other.  Durek for example has always had a view of Shamanism as freedom, liberation, acknowledgment and relationship with everything around you.  On the other hand, Durek views religion as a clause. With consequences as a result of the choices you make.  Growing up and going to school in America was always tough for Durek. Sharing his experience of seeing, feeling and talking to spirits had other kids label him as crazy or evil.  It's thus been a long journey of trying to incorporate shamanism into the mainstream for him.   The principles of Shamanism You as a human being, already have higher consciousness within you. The only problem is that you haven't aligned your synapsis and neurological system in order to input the frequencies and codes in your body.  Distractions and inflammations from the environment you are subjected in, is what's preventing this alignment from happening.    Shamanism is about enhancement and elevation.  To accomplish this, you first need to closely observe your reality and remove the resistance and constrictions that are stopping you from being fully optimized.  These constrictions are belief systems are as a result of what you've been taught to understand about yourself and the world you live in. They press against you and prevent your freedom.  Constrictions include; fears, doubts, shame, guilt, worry, insecurities etc   Once you face these constrictions, you'll be able to operate in autonomy. Your happiness and freedom will no longer be tied down to other people or activities.  Because you are the source of everything you experience.   Blackout.  This is a time when magnetic energy frequencies begin to lift the sediment of things that you have hidden away from your consciousness and society.  A blackout experience is an opportunity to figure out how to stop reacting to everything, and instead, pull deeper into love, acceptance and understanding.    Everything we achieve in life is based on getting acknowledged, noticed, heard, seen, appreciated, valued etc. The black out experience is about learning to break out from this culture.  Instead of hustling and operating under the fear of lacking something, and motivation to get somewhere, you should instead, see yourself as aligned and magnetically drawing everything you need towards you.    The trajectory for success is through cooperation, communication, engagement and authenticity.   If you can apply these principles, then you will be able to come out on the other side as a success.     Why don't people embrace the Blackout experience then? Because we are naturally designed to be safe.  We are all egocentric control freaks as a result of the system we've been programmed to live in.  The key to breaking free is enhancing your spiritual immunity instead of safety.    The Law of Duality  There's different polarities that are present in our planet.  These polarities are acknowledged by a certain group of people or by an individual more than in other groups or individuals.  We have all, as result, created a very dualistic way of viewing life. Duality has become a tool to understand reality, which of course, is all wrong.  For example, the idea of what's right or wrong is different in every society, subjective to their belief systems and environment.  Because of this duality, we are stuck in the past and forget that we are changing.  The reality of consciousness isn't anything that's dual or solid, rather it's something that is fluid and transformable. Because the system is ever changing and evolving. Once you accept this reality, then you can be synergetic. You will be liberated from all the attachments, labels, ideas and conditions that have been forced on you subconsciously.    We live in an illogical world.  Your brain operates on frequencies and energy.  If we lived in a logical world, then you would be given the ability to be loved unconditionally, truly express yourself as things happen in your life and maintain your biological system in a functional way.  But because we don't. Then you do neither of these things.    Being logical means that you know you are free to communicate and operate in intelligence that gives you input, responding to what you want to express.    But because we live in an illogical world, you cannot do all of the above.  So your brain finds a way to compensate for the lack of logic in your environment. It then functions based on protecting you and helping you get what you want.  To be free, means you are possibility driven and open to all ideas.  A wise person is one who can see and consider the diverse options that are at his disposal.   Connect with Shaman Durek  Website - https://shamandurek.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ShamanDurek Twitter - https://twitter.com/ShamanDurek Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/shamandurek/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCvuqLo-Lk6iCp4Q6inOb5Q Amazon - https://amzn.to/2VVZVRU   Connect with Doug Instagram: @dougbopst Facebook: Doug Bopst Website: www.dougbopst.com/gift   More on Earth Echo Foods/Cacao Bliss: www.earthechofoods.com/dougbopst Use Promo code "Doug" at checkout to receive 15% off your order  

The Adversity Advantage
Best of 2020 - Lori Gottlieb - How to Improve Your Mental Health Right Now

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2020 52:47


For this last week of 2020, each day we will be re-release one of the most popular episodes of the past year. We will resume our regular schedule with a new episode on 1/4/2021. Have a Happy Holiday and Happy New Year!   Best of 2020 #6: Lori Gottlieb - How to Improve Your Mental Health Right Now (Originally released 9/28/20)   COVID-19 challenged not only the physical strength of those who suffered from it, but also the mental health of many people suffering from depression due to lack of social connections and interactions.   Are you one of those who feel so lonely during this pandemic? Do you question yourself why you always feel like something's wrong with you? Then you must hear what my guest says about these.   My guest today is none other than Lori Gottlieb. She is a psychotherapist and a writer. She is the author of the book “Maybe You Should Talk To Someone” and writes the weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column for The Atlantic.   A quick overview about how Lori became a therapist: Lori started working in the entertainment business because she loved stories and the human condition. So whether that was through film and labor through television, she really felt like the reason that people watch those shows and the reason that they make people laugh or cry is because the stories are about being human.    And then she worked in a real ER, where she spent a lot of time, because they used that to do research. And their consultant on the show, who was an ER physician said, “You know, I think you'd like it better here than you might in your day job.”   Being skeptical at first, Lori still ended up going up to Stanford for medical school. And when she got there, managed care was just coming into play. And she realized that she wasn't going to be able to really spend time with her patients in the way that she wanted to. So she started writing, in a way to help people to tell their stories.   Then she left medical school to become a journalist. And after working as a journalist, she had a baby. And she felt really disconnected from other adults during the day, because she loved her child. And for sure, new parents can relate to that feeling -- the need to connect with other people who can speak.   So she called up the dean at Stanford Medical School, and said she maybe needs to come back and do psychiatry. And the dean said, “You're welcome to come back. But you'd be doing mostly medication management. And you really want those longer term, deeper connections. So why don't you get a graduate degree in clinical psychology, and then you could do the kind of work that you've always talked about doing.”   So that's what Lori did. And she feels like she went from telling people stories as a journalist, to helping people to change their stories, as a therapist.    Right now, she still does both. She writes books, she has a weekly column, she has a podcast, and she has a clinical practice. And everything she does is all about a story in the human condition. What does isolation do to people's mental health? As humans, we want to be connected to other people. And even in pre COVID times, Lori thinks that there was a sort of epidemic of loneliness happening because she sees it with her patients.   A lot of the times what happens is we're kind of distracted by all of these things that are not nourishing to us. And we don't realize how disconnected we are.    People feel anxious, sad, angry, having difficulty in relationships, and having insomnia or addiction. Whatever is happening, people are looking for something else to fill the hole of what really needs to be where connection would go.    So during this time, people are really struggling, because they didn't have a lot of practice. And they didn't cultivate those connections.    And now, the silver lining to this pandemic is that people are really saying, “Wait a minute, I need to prioritize the connections in my life, and I need to prioritize the connections that matter.”   Idiot Compassion vs. Wise Compassion Idiot compassion is what we do with our friends. Our friends will tell us a story, and then we'll say, “Yeah, you were right. They were wrong. That's terrible.” which just reinforces our very narrow view of a particular situation.   Wise compassion is what people can get in therapy. We hold up a mirror to someone, and help them to see something about themselves that maybe they haven't been willing or able to do before.   Productive Anxiety vs. Unproductive Anxiety Productive Anxiety is when you are reasonably worried about something and it's productive, because it makes you take action to protect yourself. And so we are reasonably worried about getting COVID, so we are wearing masks, we are socially distancing and doing other things that we need to do to take care of our physical immune systems.   Unproductive Anxiety is an obsessive rumination. It's like the distraction from doing something productive. You're just ruminating about something and it might not even be about COVID. It might be about that thing that your partner said to you that you can't get over with. You're like, “I can't believe they said that” and you won't let it go.   Being Envious Envy is sometimes really useful, because it tells you what you want. When you feel envy, it's because somebody else has something that you want in your life, too. Tune into this episode to be able to know the answers to your questions, and understand why you feel that way about yourself during the pandemic.   Lori Gottlieb is so amazing, and she can surely enlighten anyone who hears her speak about human conditions and how to effectively deal with it.   Connect with Lori:    Website: https://lorigottlieb.com/    Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoriGottlieb1   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GottliebLori/   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lorigottlieb_author/    Connect with Doug Instagram: @dougbopst Facebook: Doug Bopst Website: www.dougbopst.com/gift   More on Earth Echo Foods/Cacao Bliss:   www.earthechofoods.com/dougbopst   Use Promo code "Doug" at checkout to receive 15% off your order

The State of the Scene (SOTS Podcast)
The Fan Favorites of 2020

The State of the Scene (SOTS Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2020 117:16


The State of the Scene Awards 2020. Join us by the fireside for the final night of the most prestigious event in alternative music, as Sam and Marcos share the fan favorite music videos, songs, EPs, and albums of 2020! Have a Happy Holiday and see you next year, Love SOTS. Follow us @SOTSPodcast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook! Subscribe to the Patreon at Patreon.com/sotspodcast.

Rock Solid
KISS: Lick It Up & Animalize - Track X Track

Rock Solid

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2020 132:48


Pat, Kyle, Courtney and Christian are together again in the Zoom Room to go track by track through the KISS albums "Lick It Up" and "Animalize." Please enjoy this SURPRISE KISSmas Bonus Episode and have a Happy Holiday

IF YOU DON'T LIKE THAT WITH GRANT NAPEAR
Episode 24: My holiday message for you this Christmas day.

IF YOU DON'T LIKE THAT WITH GRANT NAPEAR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2020 17:09


Yeah, we'll talk a few things sports and I'll answer a few questions but today is really all about the holiday and spending it with loved ones, reaching out to support somebody less fortunate or in need. And I also want to thank you for your support and my advertisers for their support. Roy a Roy's Umbrella has been fabulous and has become a friend as a result of our relationship. The team at New WRX plumbing are awesome to work with and you know they'll treat you right. And finally, my newest sponsor, Manscaped. Be sure to get your 20% discount on mens grooming items by visiting www.manscaped.com. Type in NAPES in the discount code and get free shipping too!Thanks all and to all a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday!!!

Jade + X. D.
Christmas Cookies ft. Krissy

Jade + X. D.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2020 96:46


Follow @thekrissychula! Happy Holidays everyone!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jadeandxd/message

Your Amazing Life!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

Your Amazing Life!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2020 8:52


Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Have a wonderful Winter Solstice, Merry Kwanzaa, and Happy Kisan Diwas. Whichever holidays you celebrate I hope they are amazing. Today I want to talk about Love for our fellow man. Our love for each other. Love is an important part of most religions and cultures. We need love for each other today more than ever. Love is what binds this world and us together. It is what keeps us from blowing each other apart. Love is created after finding things that we have in common. Love is the cure this world needs. I don't care about the differences we have in beliefs. I don't care which of the holidays you celebrate or if you choose not to celebrate any. It is not the holidays you celebrate that bring us together, it is our humanity. I love that you want to improve and change your life! That is something we share. I love that you want to improve the lives of those around you! Love is so important it has been the subject of many songs like “All you need is Love” by the Beatles, "Stand By You” by Rachel Platten, "Count on Me” by Bruno Mars, "You'll Never Walk Alone” by Josh Groban and many others. Please subscribe to this podcast and leave a rating and review, to help others find this podcast. Also join the Facebook group. Here is the spot to click and set up a time so we can discuss how you can use these tools and others to get your amazing life! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/youramazinglife/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/youramazinglife/support

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Premier League Boxing Day Preview / Arsenal vs. Chelsea / Leicester City vs. Man United / Betting Tips, Analysis

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2020 39:34


Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Luis Miguel Echegaray is joined by James Benge and Jimmy Conrad to preview Premier League action on Boxing Day including Leicester City's game against Man United (4:35) and a huge London derby as Mikel Arteta's Arsenal host Chelsea (12:40). Also, Man City and Sergio Aguero look for three points against Newcastle (22:23) while Wolves face Tottenham on Sunday (27:25). Plenty of betting tips, analysis and banter.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Let’s Shag
EP3- "12 black, angry butthole hairs...”

Let’s Shag

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2020 43:12


This week we start by adding in some things I forgot to mention last week when it comes to BALLS. I'm thirsty as hell and can't drink enough water. I dive into breaking the stigma of males and butt play. Then we head to brown town where we discuss all things anal. I review a fun product by Everybody Tango. I do some Q&A's about genital hair (where I discuss my dick grooming technique) and premature ejaculation, and once again I get awkward trying to say good-bye. Pens and pads at the ready, because this episode is important for everyone! Also I fail to acknowledge its Christmas this week, so Happy Holidays everyone! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/letsshag/support

Bro Bro Bro Bets
Happy Holiday Winners - 12.23

Bro Bro Bro Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 35:45


Pat, Digs, Gumpy, and former NFL General Manager Michael Lombardi breakdown all the betting action across the sporting landscape and will put the Hammer Dahn on their best bets. Join Every Monday, Thursday, and Friday. - All the Picks for NFL, Footy, College, Etc

The JV Show Podcast
Happy Holidays From The JV Show!!

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 70:49


On today's 12-23-20 Wednesday show: Happy Holidays!  The JV Show is out on vacation!  Please enjoy some of our favorite moments from the past few months with Gabby on the show filling in for Selena while she was out on maternity leave!

The JV Show Podcast
Happy Holidays From The JV Show!!

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2020 73:41


On today's 12-22-20 Tuesday show: Happy Holidays!  The JV Show is out on vacation!  Please enjoy some of our favorite moments from the past few months with Gabby on the show filling in for Selena while she was out on maternity leave!

The Dub Dee Dub Revue: Walt Disney World & Disneyland Discussion
The Dubs #275 - Happy Holidays 2020 (with a surprise!)

The Dub Dee Dub Revue: Walt Disney World & Disneyland Discussion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2020 12:41


"The Dubs" #275 - Happy Holidays EVERYONE!!  We present our Holiday show with something special!  Thank You for downloading and listening to Show #275 of The Dub Dee Dub Revue.  If you enjoy listening to The Dub Dee Dub Revue and would like to help out the show, please consider donating to our Patreon campaign at www.patreon.com/thedubs We sincerely appreciate your support! The Dub Dee Dub Revue can be found almost ANYWHERE podcasts are heard!!  To find us most easily, checkout YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Stitcher, Tune In Radio, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio, Overcast, Player FM, Pod-O-Matic, Pocketcasts, Podcast Addict, Soundcloud, and on our own site TheDubDeeDubRevue.com.   Also, Please be sure to subscribe to the show to get the latest shows delivered directly to your podcast feed.  AND visit us on YouTube at The Dub Dee Dub Revue https://www.youtube.com/thedubdeedubrevue  Twitter @dubdeedubrevue, like our Facebook page, and checkout our Instagram page @thedubdeedubrevuepodcast. Lastly, Thank You to our sponsors for making this show happen:  The Theme Park Brothers on YouTube (themeparkbrothers.com)  Made to Order Mickey Ears (magicalmaradesigns.com) and Disney Vacation Club Resales and Point Rental (DVC-Rental.com & buyandselldvc.com)  We appreciate your support...AND...as always, we appreciate YOU spending a little of your time with us.  We know that you have lots of options for Disney-based podcasts, but for including us...Thank You!

The JV Show Podcast
Happy Holidays From The JV Show!!

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2020 63:42


On today's 12-21-20 Monday show: Happy Holidays!  The JV Show is out on vacation!  Please enjoy some of our favorite moments from the past few months with Gabby on the show filling in for Selena while she was out on maternity leave!

Secret Life
Secret Skateboard Santa

Secret Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2020 17:50


It doesn't have to be a holiday to make some's life a little better. Our anonymous guest shares how she's found a way out of depression by helping others. Covid-19 has affected so many people this year. Is there someone in your life that could use some help? Is it you? You are not alone. Reach out, risk being vulnerable, and ask for assistance. Wishing you and yours a Happy Holiday season. Check out and support Barbara's skateboard Instagram account: ThrashXArtSome resources if you're struggling financially:Candid.org https://learning.candid.org/resources/knowledge-base/covid-19-emergency-financial-resources/California assistance https://covid19.ca.gov/get-financial-help/We’ve included a few links if you were interested in lending a hand regardless of the time of year.FOOD BANK IN L.A.http://bit.ly/2J6M5c2UNICEF DONATIONShttp://bit.ly/38k8wDmTHE RED CROSShttp://rdcrss.org/38r4WaiTOYS FOR TOTShttps://www.toysfortots.orgMAKE A WISH FOUNDATIONhttps://wish.org/believePRISON FELLOWSHIP FOR CHILDREN OF PRISONERShttps://www.prisonfellowship.org/about/angel-tree/#SALVATION ARMY USAhttps://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/walmart-angel-tree/______If you or anyone you know is struggling with an addiction, depression, trauma, or sexual abuse, we've compiled a list of resources at https://secretlifepodcast.com.If you'd like to share your secret on the show or want to share your thoughts about an episode, please send an email to secretlifepodcast@icloud.com.______HOW CAN I SUPPORT THE SHOW?Tell Your Friends & Share Online!Subscribe, Rate & Review: Apple PodcastsFollow & Listen  Spotify |  Stitcher | Google PodcastsSpread the word via social mediaInstagramTwitterFacebook#SecretLifePodcastDonateYou can also support the show with a one-time or monthly donation via PayPal (make payment to secretlifepodcast@icloud.com) or at our WEBSITE.Connect with Brianne Davis-Gantt (@thebriannedavis)InstagramFacebookTwitterhttp://briannedavis.comConnect with Mark Gantt (@markgantt)www.markgantt.comInstagramFacebookTwitter

Honeybee Kids - Bedtime Stories
Happy Holidays from The Honeybees

Honeybee Kids - Bedtime Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2020 3:28


The Napzok Files
A HAPPY HOLIDAY MESSAGE - Saturday Night Napzok - EP 41

The Napzok Files

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2020 11:32


Hosted by Ken Napzok, co-creator of ForceCenter, The Napzok Files podcast feed is a collection of shows about life, the universe, and everything. (Douglas Adams would agree.) Each episode Ken welcomes the important, cool, and fancy people in his life onto the airwaves to explore, explain, and exclaim the interesting and entertaining. This is Saturday Night Napzok! Purchase Ken's book Why We Love Stars: The Great Moments That Built A Galaxy Far, Far Away. Support our friend Zachary Basinger! Watch the J25 Mini-Doc on Ken. kennapzok.com Twitter #TheNapzokFiles Instagram Patreon Latest from Morning Drive Media! (https://linktr.ee/Mdmediashows) More for SNN (https://linktr.ee/SaturdayNightNapzok) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-napzok-files/support

The Everyday Sniper
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: 2 Hour Thanksgiving Special

The Everyday Sniper

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 109:34


The Everyday Sniper Podcast: 2 Hour Thanksgiving Special  Welcome to the Everyday Sniper's Holiday Extravaganza! By popular demand, we have a 2-hour episode with Mike Menchaca. Yes, Mike is back and on the Everyday Sniper Podcast. Stories, jokes, a little drinking before the holiday, it's all there.   We hit on performance anxiety, doing your worst at a competition, and feeling good about it. When life gives you a competitive lemon, make a Long Island Iced Tea out of it and enjoy the rest of your day.  There are some black Friday nuggets in there, a few specials you might at MHSA tomorrow so be sure to check it out.  Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing, thanks for commenting, and thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast.  Have a Safe and Happy Holiday.