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Join LifeMathMoney & ArmaniTalks for episode 7 of the Unapologetic Truths Podcast. This is a dual podcast that covers a wide range of topics dealing with business, social skills, self-improvement & much more. LifeMathMoney, also known as Harsh Strongman, is a writer and businessman. He discusses topics on health, money, body language along with other topics. ArmaniTalks, also known as Arman Chowdhury, is a writer, engineer & entrepreneur. He uses the ArmaniTalks brand to teach soft skills to engineers & entrepreneurs so they can better express their ideas. A new Unapologetic Truths episode comes out on the 1st & 3rd Friday of every month. Be sure to HIT SUBSCRIBE to stay updated for future episodes! Connect with LifeMathMoney & ArmaniTalks website, products & social media through the links below. FOLLOW LIFEMATHMONEY:
THIS is why I follow Jesus. In this PODCAST, you will hear a story and see a Scriptural snapshot of just who Jesus was, and is. He certainly and without a doubt is THIS to you! Thank you for listening, and for sharing this message!!! Please remember that depending upon your web browser and connection speed, it may take up to 60 seconds for this podcast to begin to play. God bless you richly as you listen.
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PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a Bonus Mailbag edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host Jason Powell from ProWrestling.net. Mailbag questions include: Could a billionaire start a third major promotion with the talent out there? Is AEW booking young rising stars to have enough wins? Will WWE pay a price for not being the promotion young wrestlers aspire to work for? Did AEW's wrestler EVPs earn their executive titles and do the EVPs even get along with each other anymore? Does Jason stand by his comments ten years ago about Cody Rhodes's potential? Is Cody avoiding trying to be a top wrestler in AEW for fear of failure given deep roster of top stars in AEW? Did USA Network overpay for WWE and does "Dark Side of the Ring" hurt their image to get a new TV deal? Were announcers too harsh on Dana Brooke before she took a beating on Raw from Shayna Baszler? And also reaction to the first episode of "Rhodes to the Top" including early impressions of Cody and Brandi and the behind the scenes look at AEW.
At Apsara Skin Care, one of the reasons why we make all-natural beauty care products is that those are the only products we trust to use personally. All-natural products are made with natural ingredients, some of which have been time-tested in Ayurveda and other traditional wellness systems. In contrast, there are many over-the-counter beauty products made with harsh chemicals. If you don't know what harsh chemicals can do to your skin, hair, and body, today you will find out. In this episode of the podcast, Sheetal will share with you 5 scary side effects of harsh chemicals like SLS and parabens. These side effects can be prevalent in so many over-the-counter beauty products. We hope that this information will convince you to go natural with your beauty care products, and at Apsara Skin Care, we have an assortment of all-natural beauty products that can fit your exact needs. To learn more, tune into this episode today. If you are listening on iTunes, please subscribe and leave us an honest review. If there are topics or questions you want us to discuss, let us know in the comment section. If you need skin care or hair care advice from an expert, fill out this form and we will send you a response in a jiffy. Go natural. It is good karma!
Gothic Industrial Music Ep60 - Dark Electro - Harsh EBM - Aggrotech - Darkwavehttps://www.youtube.com/c/ShadowsRadioIndustrialEBMMusicMixesTracklist:In Strict Confidence - Kiss your shadowCandle Nine - Kerrianne's spinePrometheus Burning - Kill it with fire (portion control remix)The Synthetic Dream Foundation - What wonder held for ransomNitronoise - Killer Fuelled MachineSkinny Puppy - Killing GameAktivehate - Knee deepHanzel Und Gretyl - Komm Zu Uns
Welcome to Unapologetic Truths Episode 6 with Harsh Strongman aka LifeMathMoney & ArmaniTalks. This episode discusses a wide range of topics dealing with intersexual dynamics, business mindset, dealing with depression & much more. The Unapologetic Truths series covers a lot of topics that are rarely discussed in mainstream entertainment. If you're new to LifeMathMoney's brand, he is a writer, entrepreneur & self-improvement enthusiast who inspires young men to lead a more disciplined life. LifeMathMoney's truths pierce into practicality & he consistently provides step-by-step solutions. Having amassed over 250,000 followers, it's safe to say that his journey is just getting started. ArmaniTalks is a storyteller, entrepreneur & writer who teaches shy professionals the art of expressing their ideas with clarity. ArmaniTalks covers topics ranging from public speaking, social intelligence, creative writing along with other soft skills. He is a published author, former Vice President of Toastmasters & former Communicationctios chair for BNI. To stay connected with both LifeMathMoney & ArmaniTlaks, check out the links below to see their websites, social media & products! Be sure to hit like on the video & subscribe to the channel for more future content to help you level up! FOLLOW LIFEMATHMONEY:
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Harsh Wardhan is a design thinking thought leader, who uses his human-centered design skills and his design strategy expertise to help companies build future strategies rooted in deep human insights that deliver business value. In his ten years of practice in the design industry, he has collaborated with organizations across different sectors like automotive, healthcare, hospitality, fin-tech, and architecture.In this episode, we talked about:How did Harsh get into designHarsh cites some of his first projectsArchitecture to software design work to being a design strategistLearnings from starting own design firmDesign thinking + innovationAnd much more!Resources and Links:https://www.hwardhan.com/https://www.wespeakinnovation.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bt4EEtn2ShY
John Hinkley to be released: A federal judge has approved the unconditional release next year of John Hinckley Jr., who wounded President Ronald Reagan and three others outside a Washington, D.C., hotel in a failed assassination attempt in 1981. Hinckley is now 66 years old and has been living outside a mental health facility for the past several years, a result of a gradual lightening of supervision. His lawyer said the "momentous event" of Hinckley's full release in June is both appropriate and required by the law. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this podcast, Harsh Madhusudhan Gupta chats with Kushal about his latest essay on his substack titled "The Dawn of Dharmatva". Harsh says "For Peace, Prosperity, Purpose and for a Pluralist Universalism we must integrate Dharma and Democracy. India can be that Vishwa Guru(World Teacher) but only if we become Vishwa Shishya(World Student)." Follow Them: Twitter: @harshmadhusudan Substack: https://dharmatva.substack.com/p/the-dawn-of-dharmatva #Hindutva #Dharmatva #Modernity --------------------------------------------- Listen to the podcasts on: SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/kushal-mehra-99891819 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1rVcDV3upgVurMVW1wwoBp Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-c%C4%81rv%C4%81ka-podcast/id1445348369 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/the-carvaka-podcast ------------------------------------------------------------ Support The Cārvāka Podcast: Become a Member on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKPxuul6zSLAfKSsm123Vww/join Become a Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carvaka UPI: kushalmehra@icici To buy The Carvaka Podcast Exclusive Merch please visit: http://kushalmehra.com/shop ------------------------------------------------------------ Follow Kushal: Twitter: https://twitter.com/kushal_mehra?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KushalMehraOfficial/? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecarvakapodcast/?hl=en Koo: https://www.kooapp.com/profile/kushal_mehra Inquiries: https://kushalmehra.com/ Feedback: email@example.com
"Educating yourself can really help with finding your why and sticking to it" I LOVE reconnecting with former clients and Greta Heckmann is no exception. Greta's vegan transition was fueled by learning more and more about factory farming and really struggling with the cruelty of the system. She was also diagnosed with high-cholesterol even as a vegetarian. She did not want to end up on blood pressure and cholesterol medication like other family members so that in conjunction with the ethical portion was all the motivation she needed go plant-based for good. Resources from this episode:"Dominion" documentary "What the Health?" documentary Just Egg - egg alternative Kroger - Greta's favorite plant-based cheese If you want to connect with Greta, visit the following:Instagram: @unforgretablIf you want to connect with me, visit the following:Instagram: @plantcenterednutritionWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered Nutrition
"Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him if a great millstone were put around his neck and he were thrown into the sea.” Harsh words from our Lord today. But the Gospels never relay Jesus telling a joke. We need to take Him at His Word. There are 80 million Catholics in the United States. A recent study found that 5% of the 80 million US Catholics 1) Come to Mass every weekend unless they are sick or caring for someone who is sick 2) And confess their sins at least once a year Apostasy is defined as an abandonment of one's faith, and I can't imagine an Apostasy getting much worse than this one. Again, 95% of US Catholics are not practicing at the most fundamental level. Saint Paul tells the Thessalonians there will be a great apostasy as a direct precursor to the coming of the Antichrist. It is hard to imagine this apostasy getting any worse. The Catechism makes it clear “Through the grace of the sacrament of marriage, parents receive the responsibility and privilege of evangelizing their children. Parents should initiate their children at an early age into the mysteries of the faith of which they are the "first heralds" for their children. They should associate them from their tenderest years with the life of the Church.” And elsewhere “Family catechesis precedes, accompanies, and enriches other forms of instruction in the faith.” And elsewhere “Parents have the first responsibility for the education of their children.” Today our American and larger western culture is the most toxic culture in the history of the world; as we hear in our 2nd reading today, the rich will be consumed by fire. And our culture is saturated in $. God does not hate money, but He acknowledges that it starts to corrupt us if we are not careful. We will be recognizing all of our volunteer catechists and mentors who help provide the support here for what is first and foremost the duty of parents. It is a partnership between the parish and the parents, but the children can't come unless the parents bring them, and they won't get anything out of it when they come if they don't see it lived at home. I spoke at a home school conference in one of the first years of my priesthood. I said something that I got a lot of positive feedback on, I said “you have to regularly tell your children WHY you are bringing them to Mass, and catechizing them, you have to regularly remind them that is because Jesus Christ has a plan for their life, and that plan iw beyond amazing – you have to do the hard work of raising them in the Faith but also remind them why you are doing it on a regular basis. It will not instantly produce perfect little cherubs who rejoice at getting up to come to Mass, but they will remember it down the road. I will end with one final quote from the Catechism which makes total sense to me: “By knowing how to acknowledge their own failings to their children, parents will be better able to guide and correct them” I think that is such good advice. If you have failed in any way, don't be afraid to acknowledge that to your children as well. There is a mass exodus that has been going on for generations. If we are to see it turn around, the turnaround will need to start in the family.
We Canadians consume a lot of American media, so it's possible that the ideas we have about bankruptcy are actually what happens to indebted individuals in the United States, and not the Canadian reality. On today's podcast, Doug Hoyes and Ted Michalos explain how bankruptcy in Canada is a rehabilitative and supportive process, with limited barriers. They address common fears and misconceptions and give insight on why filing bankruptcy is so much simpler in Canada than it is in America. Tune in for a great discussion! Links: Free Credit Repair Course: https://courses.hoyes.com/courses/rebuild-credit Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: https://www.uscourts.gov/services-forms/bankruptcy/bankruptcy-basics/chapter-7-bankruptcy-basics Chapter 13 Wage Earner's Plan: https://www.uscourts.gov/services-forms/bankruptcy/bankruptcy-basics/chapter-13-bankruptcy-basics Surplus income in a bankruptcy: https://www.hoyes.com/blog/new-surplus-income-limits-for-2021/ Hoyes Michalos Joe Debtor Bankruptcy Study: https://www.hoyes.com/press/joe-debtor/
The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro welcomes ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers from the Foreign Desk in London, to bring us the latest on the Taliban announcement they'll be returning to the harsh interpretation of Islamic law they had in the pre-9/11 era. Also, gorillas get busy in front of crowd at the Bronx Zoo. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gothic Industrial Music Ep59 - Aggrotech - Harsh EBM - Synthwave - Darkwave Mixhttps://www.youtube.com/c/ShadowsRadioIndustrialEBMMusicMixesTracklist:Covenant - Judge of my domainVenus in Aries - JusticeThe Synthetic Dream Foundation - O' dead armoured skySiva Six - Hell is Where the Heart is (DYM remix)Psy'Aviah - GraceRotersand - Gothic paradiseFeindflug - FendbildAyria - Feed her to the wolves
LifeMathMoney & ArmaniTalks link up for Unapologetic Truths Podcast, Episode 5. LifeMathMoney, also known as Harsh Strongman, is a blogger, businessman & teacher who teaches men how to level up their finances, discipline & fitness. ArmaniTalks is a storyteller who teaches shy entrepreneurs and working professionals how to level up their communication skills so they can articulate their ideas. The 2 come together in this episode to discuss culture, topics in self-development, being mentally tough & much more. Join us on this 2.5-hour podcast, hit like & be sure to subscribe to the channel. Check out the following links below to stay updated with LifeMathMoney & ArmaniTalk's social media, newsletters & products! FOLLOW LIFEMATHMONEY:
When your child makes a mistake, you want to help them process and understand their mistake without the use of shame, punishments, or making them feel like you're disappointed in them. Harsh parenting does absolutely no favors for us or our kids, and as a parent who used to subscribe to that kind of parenting, I want to take the time to talk about this, and share how shifting my mindset towards a more conscious and connective one has done more good for my family than any punishment has. There are no shortcuts to connective parenting but I hope this episode can help you get started! Episode Highlights: Why it's problematic for kids to worry over their parent's reaction more than the actual mistake Punishments impede our kids' ability to think properly How conscious parenting can change you and your family's life for the better Check out my Peace and Parenting resources: Linktree @peaceandparenting Season 1, Episode 1: Connection One-on-One Private Parenting Sessions Thanks to Hand in Hand Parenting, I managed to create a major shift in my parenting that allowed me to create a better connection with my daughters. That's why I've become an affiliate partner of Hand in Hand Parenting. Purchasing their products using my affiliate link gives you the tools to learn the essence of parenting while also directly supporting this podcast at no extra cost to you. -- Enjoy today's episode? Please share this episode with a friend and subscribe to the show to get notified on the latest episodes. Support this podcast through my partnership with Hand in Hand Parenting. Find useful parenting material and the Booklets I discuss in the show? Click Here. Are you a coach, or online course creator? Have an email list you communicate with often? Do you have a website? Kajabi can be your home for all of these and so much more Click here and explore all Kajabi has to offer while supporting the Peace and Parenting Podcast with no extra cost to you. Follow Peace and Parenting Instagram @peaceandparenting Facebook @peaceandparentingla LinkedIn @Michelle Kenney M.Ed Peace and Parenting Facebook Group Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts
Harsh words and raised voices rarely lead to a positive outcome. In this episode, I talk to Matt and Sunaina Marquez, founders of The Happy Wanders Club, about communicating using Nonviolent Communication. With Nonviolent Communication (NVC) we learn to hear our own deeper needs and those of others. Through its emphasis on deep listening—to ourselves as well as others—NVC helps us to have compassion and speak to one another on a deeper level. *New!* Watch video clips from this episode on the Mindful Mama Youtube channel! If you enjoyed this episode, and it inspired you in some way, I'd love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag me @mindfulmamamentor. Have you left a review yet? All you have to do is go to Apple Podcasts or Stitcher (or wherever you listen), and thanks for your support of the show! 3 Takeaways: Just taking that first step towards softening can positively change a negative interaction We can find empowerment and freedom by taking responsibility for our own feelings Empathy and nonjudgement are key to finding a deeper connection and understanding Matt and Sunaina are on a mission to find joy and connection through mindfulness, compassion, and Nonviolent Communication. Get Hunter's book, Raising Good Humans now! Click here to order and get book bonuses! ABOUT HUNTER CLARKE-FIELDS: Hunter Clarke-Fields is a mindful mama mentor. She coaches smart, thoughtful parents on how to create calm and cooperation in their daily lives. Hunter has over 20 years of experience in mindfulness practices. She has taught thousands worldwide. Be a part of the tribe—we're over 25 thousand strong! Join the Mindful Parenting membership. Take your learning further! Get my Top 2 Best Tools to Stop Yelling AND the Mindful Parenting Roadmap for FREE at: mindfulmamamentor.com/stopyelling/ Find more podcasts, blog posts, free resources, and how to work with Hunter at MindfulMamaMentor.com. Be sure to check out these deals from this week's sponsors: You can get an exclusive, one-time offer of 15% off your order of Bitty Baby products with promo code HUNTER at americangirl.com. It's time to say "goodbye" to hidden fees. Join the millions of Americans already loving Chime. Sign up takes only two minutes, and doesn't affect your credit score! Get started today at chime.com/HUNTER Uprising Food is offering our listeners $10 off the starter bundle. That includes two superfood cubes and four packs of freedom chips to try! Go to uprisingfood.com/hunter and the discount will be automatically applied at checkout.
Stay happy and hopeful about the Colts! It's one day into the season! That said - there was good, bad, and ugly in the loss to Pete Carroll and the Seahawks. Six days to the Rams! David Benner is stepping aside as the Pacers Director of Media Relations, and that is a huge loss. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
This week on MAFS Michaela's rash decisions come back to haunt her, Johnny breaks down over his immaturity, Ryan's ready to get physical and Gil finds out roasting Myrla's spending habits was maybe not the best idea. Enjoy! Find my Patreon, socials and more here!
#091 – In this episode we're diving deep into what it really takes to make studying progress. It's not sufficient to just keep up with the reading, attend your classes and have a good go at your assessments. Just doing these things will mean your grades will either plateau or, unfortunately, decrease. But don't worry because today I'm lifting the lid on exactly how to make sure you're making studying progress, so you can step up your skills as your course steps up in difficulty. I'm going to walk you through a super interesting framework that outlines the exact skills you need to develop and when, and I'll share the steps you can take to not only maintain your current grades but seriously increase them. To get the links and shownotes for this episode, head to: https://chloeburroughs.com/episode91. Grab your spot in the upcoming Get the Grades Bootcamp.
For the first 30 years of my life, my relationship with food had 2 'modes'. On -OR- Off There was no middle ground for me. I was either walking around day-in, day-out as: My Inner Food Police: Micromanaging every morsel of food I ate or thought about eating. Controlling myself, restricting myself, punishing myself, and persuading myself not to eat certain things because they were "bad" or "not healthy". Obsession. Harsh judgments. All that shame, blame, guilt, comparison, and perfectionism... -OR- My Inner Rebel (See also: Inner Glutton!) Carefree abandonment – eating whatever I could get my hands on. Gluttonously over-stuffing myself. Binging on the weekends. Utter lack of care of my body, what I ate, how I moved, and my health in general. But also feeling like I had to "get it all in" over the weekend before I went back into "Police" mode on Monday. And THIS was my life for over 30 years! Bouncing from one extreme to the other: I would diet and restrict until I couldn't possibly take it anymore, and then....I would TOTALLY let myself go. But the day came that I hit my 'enough is enough' point, and I realized that if I didn't change my STRATEGY and change the STORIES around food and my body that were keeping me stuck, this is how it would ALWAYS be! And that scared the crap out of me, and THAT is when I knew I had to set out to change it. Because... ★ I was SICK of all the dieting and restricting and constantly playing 'food police'. ★ I was SICK of all the judging and shaming and EMOTION that came alongside food. ★ I was SICK of hating what I had to DO, who I had to BE, and how I had to FEEL to get the "body I always wanted". It was EXHAUSTING. And I was the OPPOSITE of FREE. So if YOU are still stuck on that on-again, off-again roller coaster with food or your body or your emotions, I'm here to tell you: There IS a better way! And you don't have to live like this! And that's why I break down what's happening deep down in your BRAIN when this happens...and how to stop it in its tracks. ★ Watch The Stressless Eating Webinar: https://www.StresslessEating.com
Find out in this episode as Zach Harsh shares his core approach to establishing a diversified portfolio, which includes everything from selling land to investing in multifamily apartment buildings. Keep tuning in!Key Takeaways To Listen ForLand business: The beginning and the strategyHow long does it take to transfer ownership of a land Flipping land vs real multifamily real estateBuilding a diversified portfolio through asset allocation Understanding different aspects of the business Imparting knowledge and entrepreneurial competencies to childrenAbout Zach HarshZach Harsh is a 3rd generation real estate investor who has been investing full-time since 2014. He started in Multifamily back in 2009 in the Denver Metro area on major value-add projects and has ridden the tide up. He has bought and sold 1000's acres across 8 states and runs a successful Airbnb business. He has also worked in commercial construction and seen the ins and outs of value add projects growing up working on rental properties. He also helps property owners with a diminishing return on equity save on taxes, replace lost income, and reinvest without the hassles and headaches of tenants, toilets, and termites while making just as much or more than they are making off their current property without having to lift a finger. Connect with ZachWebsite: Cashflow-Corner Capital; Buying Apartment BuildingsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.comTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
On this episode of the Business Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are “Rocket Ron” Epstein, PhD, of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Richard Aboulafia of the Teal Group consultancy and Sash Tusa of Agency Partners. Topics: — The week on world markets as covid delta surges across America, impacting the US economy — Air travel update as EU reimposes travel bans on US travelers — Proposal by former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and Drs. John Bell and David Agus that G20 lead efforts to reopen the global economy — Wall Street Journal reporting that Boeing won't be able to resume deliveries of 787 jetliners sidelines by manufacturing defects until at least October — Ryanair's decision to end talks with Boeing to buy 737 Max 10 jets — Prospects for Comac's C919 regional jet as it enters certification process some four years after first flight — House Armed Services Committee markup takeaways — European drive to improve strategic autonomy in the wake of the US-led pullout from Afghanistan including closer EU-NATO cooperation — London studied options for UK strategic nuclear deterrent should Scotland declare independence — Harsh social media criticism of Gen. Sir Nick Carter, Britain's chief of defense staff — E-VTOL lessons from recent commercial space flight challenges including failed launched and FAA investigation of recent Virgin Galactic flight with Sir Richard Branson
Do you remember sharing a dream or goal as a kid and people laughing at you /criticizing you for it ? Did you ever dream about something and were on your way to reach that dream and then suddenly you needed to quit ? Did you ever attempt to stop engaging in your addiction and you are successful for a little while but all of a sudden the addiction takes over again ? Trust me .. what I'm learning right now is that: We don't need other people to lose encouragement and to believe that we are a failure We don't need someone from the outside telling us that we will never overcome our addiction, that we will never find a suitable partner WHY ?? Because our own beliefs our own thinking patterns are doing this destructive work for us/ inside of us/ most of the time unknowingly/ just automatically What will you/what are we ALL be faced with when you decide to change, to quit, to get you pretty lil ass of the couch ?!?!!? Have a listen dear friend :) With love A. Social links Do you need a one on one chat, meditation or regular meet ups with me to stay accountable on your journey ? pour your heart out and lets get you on a brand new path. Book a meeting here calendly.com/theborealisexperience/ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=47996251&fbclid=IwAR2-mPTACuQ1xhI5_s1M5suI1jJHgiAbDzjecAH6Qtoogiz4RAIaPh4zcM4 (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=47996251) Give some love to the show and make it easier for people to find my podcast in leaving a review here https://ratethispodcast.com/aurora (https://ratethispodcast.com/aurora) Thank you so much Social links https://www.facebook.com/auroraeggert1?__cft__%5B0%5D=AZW9Xf_MKqbAjNv8IRgKpA2XBR9rnjm9xABleQNct9pToegMXiXMThcK4faXGF039Kia5Na4By3fiEHv7VkuB9yIW0Pv_bZXVBDUIFfSBOMNFc6TRgRLeJW1A7KMQ_SWFbA&__tn__=-%5DK-R (https://www.facebook.com/auroraeggert1/) https://www.patreon.com/user?u=47996251&fbclid=IwAR28WzDpnn5wxVeTfGRKaxkRp-Fjuz0mAmO4BmuwJS6icivHlTDIVAW-ckg (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=47996251) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpWuBuBFtPkAPo3NL1DjRgQ?fbclid=IwAR1Y030x-t_TjyoAPzTUi8eRQ4iQS274ECPMJpSrYJ4hqBs7hSWekj5-EjA (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpWuBuBFtPkAPo3NL1DjRgQ) https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=47996251&fbclid=IwAR1iNJersHF4QNjKnTU-vxu1AkBjF5AyQN8S24388cVP77e8g-zdHr6NnkE (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=47996251) @theborealisexperience Support the show here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/auroraborealis (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/auroraborealis) https://www.theborealisexperience.com/listen Support this podcast
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The quest to find the Language of Cider Richie Brady is a graduate of the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) who also happens to have a love of cider. This scholarly Irishman used his shelter in place time during Covid to take a deep dive into cider's history on the Emerald Isle where the first known writings on cider dates back to 1115! On this journey to he has found that cider and wine both share a similar fate - there is no absolute language to describe the fermented juice of apples and grapes. The questions become one of defining "How to taste cider" and as such how does one delineate and then describe the wide range of cider styles. He found that the lexicon of cider like wine still has a long way to go as it develops a vocabulary. In short, there is no common lexicon or language for cider. In this chat we discuss: The Brehon Laws which are first set down on parchment in the 7th century and were named after wanderings lawyers, the Brehons. The Brehon Laws include details on the top trees to honor known as the "Lords of the Woods". And yes, one of those Top Trees was the Apple. And the law detailed that if you damaged an apple tree there was a fine of 2 cows that were milking and a third cow! Dependent upon the damage done there were additional fines, such as planting an apple tree of the same variety All this deep digging into the history of Ireland and cider was in preparation for his thesis for a Masters in Gastronomy and Food Studies from Technological University Dublin (TUDublin ). Besides the Brehon Laws he also found historical writings from The Gentlemen's Society of Dublin, which then became the Royal Society. The Society's writings date back to 1737 and he found that they had a penchant for cider! Their love of cider was so keen and held in such high esteem that members noted how they gifted each other with their fine cider. Tracing a Language for Cider in Ireland The Society's journals classified cider into 3 different styles. 1. Summer Cider "Described as a weak juice from summer apples that has no body and therefore barely deserves the name cider" However, this cider was still drunk and recommended to age for 6 months 2. Autumn Cider Apple varieties Pearmain Red Streak Golden Pippin - palatable liquor but with too much sweetness High raisin taste and keeps tolerably well Age for a year 3. Wildings and Harsh winter apples "To attain this should be the aim to all those who deal in cider/" Described as a "roughest kind of cider" that is mellowed by age Age in barrel for 3-5 years. Example of varieties Cockagee Burlington crab Kendrick Royal Wilding Developing Language Wine vs Cider Richie proposed that because wine is seen as something that can age well and continues to develop in the bottle it encouraged people to talk about wine more, thus the language of wine developed. Whereas despite the fact that some ciders like wine also develops and ages well in a bottle, cider for the most part has been made to drink sooner than later. Interestingly, even great wine writers like Jancis Robinson who wrote the highly touted Oxford companion to Wine describes the wine lexicon "in its infancy." And French oenologist and researcher Émile Peynaud says, “We tasters to some extent feel betrayed by language” How to create a language for Cider Begin with agreeing to a specific style agree upon the taxonomy of cider - co-fermented cider, heirloom, farmhouse... Richie proposes that we begin by: 1. Approaching the glass What is the profile of the cider in the glass What is the acidity Tannin? What is the nature of the tannin The sweetness 2. If 12 ciders have a similar profile, put them in a group together 3. What would we name this group Staying focused on the taste profile 4. Define rules and put it in a style - create rules These simple steps on paper are a bit more complex as it will require compromise between many different parties world wide. Luckily patience is something that cider and wine teaches to makers and consumers alike. Contact for Richie Brady Follow Richie on Twitter @2mindtime Mentions in this Chat Australian Cider Producers Small Acres Cyder 3 Sons Cider Northwest Cider Club - cider from the Pacific Northwest shipped directly to YOU! Try the elevated box of cider, give cider as a gift that keeps giving! Help Support Cider Chat Please donate today. Help keep the chat thriving! Find this episode and all episodes at the page for Cider Chat's podcasts. Listen also at iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher (for Android), iHeartRadio , Spotify and wherever you love to listen to podcasts. Follow on Cider Chat's blog, social media and podcast Twitter @ciderchat Instagram: @ciderchatciderville Cider Chat FaceBook Page Cider Chat YouTube
On this week's episode of Fanboys, the boys welcome Ty back with an unfortunately retro episode. Grab the full episode on The Hard Times' Patreon! (https://patreon.com/thehardtimes) ALSO: are you in a shitty band? Want to hear the Fanboys try to say something nice about it? Submit your music to Edgar's Twitter (https://twitter.com/EdgarTowner)! Be sure to check out this week's featured artists: Decade Defector (https://open.spotify.com/artist/3mWGuo3rGy91jf0p4ehwTI?si=c-sxPfhmSWib_zLRKnDuWg&utm_source=copy-link&dl_branch=1&nd=1), Her Noise is Violence (https://hniv.bandcamp.com/album/insecure-flesh), Dark River Lion (https://open.spotify.com/album/6TOdL11vvjOEM5CIVmZjS2?si=iytlp3klQBWL-p1gGY1m3w&dl_branch=1&nd=1), Pope Boner (https://popeboner.bandcamp.com/), 3REV (https://3rev.bandcamp.com/album/grooving-up-slowly), and Lucas Magookas (https://magookas.bandcamp.com/)
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The Boys are BACK to talk an array of different topics in the Mixed Martial Arts World!-Cannonier's Big Win over Kelvin Gastelum-Woodley vs Paul -PFL 9 and UFC Vegas 35 Picks and Bets-Khabib's Harsh words as of late-Stipe's spot in the Heavyweight Division-Sleepy Joe?Come Hang with the BOYS!!!!
Rowdy Ryan Broekhoff - Friend of the Show & Recurring Guest - returns to NBA Straya this week to chat about all things NBA & the harsh reality of the business of basketball -- like being let go by the Mavs, joining the Sixers & being waived before last season... as well as coming home, why his Boomers medal dreams had to be put on hold and HEAPS, HEAPS MORE. Absolutely LOVE having Rowdy on... so you will too! In fact... I reckon some of the best stuff in here is talking 'Dad' stuff, and what it's like being in that weird limbo of 'waiting' to see if you get signed... so get RIGHT around it. It's a great, honest look at the rigours of being a pro athlete, and the toll it can take. Hope you dig it.
Today, we are talking about how to talk with your children about their grandparents with dementia. First, we'll discuss what dementia is and how it affects the whole family. Then, we'll talk about a few ways to approach the subject with your children. After that, we'll dive into ways your children can interact with a loved one with dementia. Finally, we'll end the episode with questions and answers by and from real families experiencing dementia. Now let's move on to the rest of the show. Dementia affects millions of families each year. According to the World Health Organization, there are 10 million newly recorded dementia cases each year. Worldwide, five to six percent of all individuals over the age of sixty have some form of dementia and that number goes up with age. One-third of all adults over the age of 85 have some form of dementia. If you have a loved one with dementia, it may be helpful to know that you are not alone. Dementia and other cognitive health diseases are tough for the entire family, not just for the patient and their caregiver. That is why we have decided to talk about dementia and how it affects grandchildren today. We hope that today's episode can help give you a few ways to talk to children about their grandparent's diagnosis. The National Institute on Aging says that dementia is the loss of cognitive functioning — thinking, remembering, and reasoning — to such an extent that it interferes with a person's daily life and activities. Some people with dementia cannot control their emotions, and their personalities may change. Dementia ranges in severity from the mildest stage, when it is just beginning to affect a person's functioning, to the most severe stage, when the person must depend completely on others for basic activities of living. We have talked in depth about dementia before, so we won't be defining it further today. If you are interested in more information on dementia, you can check out our YouTube channel, where we have an entire playlist dedicated to dementia and Alzheimer's. You can also visit our website for even more episodes and resources. Your loved one with dementia may go through a number of behavioral changes, mood swings, and loss of both social and motor skills, and most of these will worsen as time goes by. Watching your loved one's mental state slowly deteriorate over time is difficult and something no one ever wants to have to do. Visiting with a loved one with dementia can help improve their day and their mental capabilities. Many families are anxious to visit their loved ones after a dementia diagnosis has been made, especially if they have children. They are worried that their children may accidentally set off their loved ones, or that their loved ones may not remember them. Seeing our parents' health decline is hard on most of us, and dementia makes it even worse. Caregivers in a memory care facility stress the importance of visiting loved ones with dementia, even if it is difficult. They've seen family members come from hundreds of miles away to bring something that their loved one with dementia needs, such as medication or paperwork, but they are unable to stay and visit because it's hard for them to come to terms with their loved one's current state. One caregiver says that if only the families realized what a difference it makes, they would want to come more. Visiting a loved one in a facility is tough, and depending on how far away the facility is, it can be an all-day event. When your loved one is in a facility, even if you visit every day, you may notice changes every time you visit. When your loved one is living with you, you also notice changes, but most of them are gradual and it isn't something you notice every time you look at them. Your loved one's changes can way heavy on your mind, too, but one thing that should help to ease some of the stress is knowing that they are getting the care they need while living in a facility. These special memory care facilities are devoted to caring for patients with dementia and other cognitive health diseases and issues. The staff are trained to handle any difficult behaviors that may arise, and they are always there to provide comfort and care, and another option many families choose for their loved one is for them to remain in their home for as long as possible. The benefit to that choice is that their home is familiar to them and provides them with a sense of security and comfort and the care they receive from a professional home care provider would be specific to them, which helps with their care. Deciding that you alone are not enough to take care of your loved one can be a frustrating decision to make but is ultimately better for your loved one. Dementia is not something that gets better with time and can go away, it sadly only gets worse. Dementia affects the entire family, not just your loved one with the diagnosis. If your loved one becomes hostile, they can make your home be somewhere that you and your family dread going back to, and that's not how you want you and your family to live. Sometimes if their behavior is more aggressive then a facility is the best option for your loved one and your family. In a facility, you can make sure they are safe and watched over at all times, and you don't have to worry about how their mental state and behavioral changes will shape the day. Now that you know a little about what dementia is and how it affects your loved one and the family as a whole, let's move on to ways to talk to children about dementia. Haley Buress, writing for Lotsa Helping Hands says that teaching your kids, or other children in your family, about dementia, can be challenging. However, it can also be a positive shifting point in their relationship with their grandparent. Knowledge is power, right? So empower your kids by learning how to teach children about the dementia process. Kids are inquisitive by nature, and they are sure to ask you questions about their grandparents and the changes they are noticing in them. Their questions can be a great start to a conversation on dementia and how it will be affecting their grandparents in the not-so-distant future. When your child brings a question to you, try to answer it as best as you can using age-appropriate terms. If they ask you why their grandparent doesn't remember one of their favorite things, you can take the opportunity to tell them that your loved one will have problems recalling information and that it will not get better, but that it will only worsen as time goes on. Telling them that their grandparents memory is only going to get worse will help them understand why their grandparent can no longer remember more important things, like their name, as their dementia worsens. You may want to shield your child from what is happening and protect them from any hurt their grandparents loss of memory may cause them, but you would be surprised how understanding your child can be and how much they can actually handle. Of course, you know your child best. You should use your best judgment when talking to your child about their grandparent with dementia. You probably wouldn't tell your six-year-old the same thing you would tell your seventeen-year-old, but every child is different, and you are the one that ultimately decides what to tell. Our hope today is to give you the helpful information you will need to have a dialogue with your children when they ask you “What's wrong with grandpa?” The most important thing you can do is tell the truth. Don't lie to your child and tell them that nothing is wrong and that they will get better, because something IS wrong and they WILL NOT get better and your children will know, regardless of what you tell them. Not telling them or lying to them will make them feel like you don't trust them enough to tell them what's really going on or they may be upset and feel like no one is listening to what they are saying if they ask you what's wrong with grandpa and you repeatedly tell them that nothing is wrong. Buress also suggests that depending on your child's age, you can pull age-appropriate literature from your local library or the Alzheimer's Association to help start a conversation or give a new point of view. Older kids can get a lot of information from books such as Still Alice or Dancing with Rose. Younger kids can enjoy books like Still My Grandma or The Memory Box. With younger children, consider reading the book and then following up later with a coloring session or puppet show that the child leads. It is often in these moments of free play that a concern or question finds its way out. It isn't easy to tell your kids about dementia, especially since you are likely in the middle of many different emotions yourself. Being a parent is hard work, but with a little honesty and vulnerability, you can find beauty in even this situation. Watching the intergenerational relationship between your kids and parents will last well into the dementia process and will be a gift to everyone. When you are having the initial conversation about dementia with your child, make sure you tell them that nothing they did is why their grandparent is sick with dementia and that they also cannot get dementia or memory problems from their grandparent. It is still safe to visit, and they should visit! Make sure your child knows that any feelings they are having when it comes to dementia and their grandparent are valid. If they are depressed, anxious, or confused, they can tell you and you can both talk about why they are feeling that way and discuss ways that can help them understand and conquer their feelings. For more help on how to talk to your child about dementia, check with your local Alzheimer's Association. They may have support groups that can be helpful for you and your child. If your child is really struggling with this concept and doesn't want to open up to you about it, a support group may help them more. They may have trouble telling you because of your closeness to the situation, but they may be able to talk to someone they don't view as being a part of their life. Now that we've gone over some ways you can talk about dementia with your child, let's move on to ways your child can interact with a loved one with dementia that is beneficial for them both. A Winchester Health article says that your child may be feeling left out and lonely from all the attention the grandparent needs to receive. Therefore, be sure to involve your child in the grandparent's care during visits. Setting limits and boundaries before the visit will help reassure your child, too. For example, set a time period for the visit and schedule them regularly. Tell your child that if their grandparent becomes upset, you both will leave and come back another time when they are not upset. Before your visit, talk about what they may notice their grandparent doing during the visit. Let them know that they may not do things the way you think they should be done, and that's okay. Talking about this ahead of time can help reduce your child's unexpected reactions to changes in their grandparents' behavior. Even though their grandparent has dementia, they may still be able to enjoy activities with their grandchild. If your child has any activities they look forward to doing with their grandparent, they can most likely still do those things together, but if you need a few ideas on what your child and loved one can do together, we've got a few for you. They can play a musical instrument together. If your loved one has a piano, they may enjoy playing it with their grandchild. And playing music may bring back happy memories for them. They can read a book or a magazine together. Your child can bring their favorite book with them during their visit. They will be excited to show it to your loved one and patients with dementia usually react well to excitement. Coloring is another easy activity that they can do together, especially if your loved one is bed bound. Make sure that you don't correct your loved one when they are coloring. If they make the grass purple, don't tell them that that's not what grass looks like. You may accidentally upset them and have to end the visit early. They can play a favorite board or card game together. Games can also help your loved one exercise their mind, which can potentially help strengthen their brain. If your loved one needs a drink or a snack during your visit, let your child get it for them. Being able to accomplish a task that helps their grandparent on their own will give them a sense of satisfaction and help build their sense of compassion. Your child may be cautious about hugging their grandparent, but you should encourage them to hug. Your loved one will really appreciate this show of love and it is a way for them to communicate their own love for their grandchild when words become difficult for them. After your visit, offer to answer any questions your child may have about the time spent together. If you don't know the answer or don't know how to effectively answer them, let them know that you don't know, but that you can figure out the answer together. In an article for AgingCare, one grandson of a grandparent with dementia gives his take on what to do with a grandparent with dementia. He says that he's learned to adapt as he goes. He's learned to avoid asking questions that his grandmother won't know the answer to and says he's gotten good at shifting the conversation quickly to distract her from tricky things or topics that upset her. Even if you say something wrong, it's okay. Just learn from it and try to redirect them to something happier. They will likely forget the incident in a short time. He also says that it really helps if he uses his grandmother's own words and phrases to describe things. She recalls the information better that way. For instance, if he says the name of the café they go to all the time, she doesn't remember it. But if he refers to it as “the one with the steps to the courtyard outside,” she remembers straight away. Try to find small things like this that can simplify and improve communication. Some days are better than others. On days where she's having more trouble remembering things, he says that it's good to make his grandmother feel like she's not forgetting too much and reassure her that it's okay. When she can't remember a name, event, or detail, he acts like anyone could forget such a thing and tells her it's not a big deal. Sometimes you have to play down pretty major things to help a dementia patient feel a little bit better. He says he still likes spending time with his grandmother and that they were very close when he was little. Now, he gets lots of hugs from her, and she's very adoring. He thinks it's absurd, but it's also kind of nice. Most of our ideas for this episode have been geared toward younger children, but we're hoping this real-life account by a teenager can help those with older children see how other families are navigating life with a loved one with dementia. Now that you know some ways that your children can interact with their grandparents with dementia, let's move on to our final section for the episode, which is questions and answers by and for families that are dealing with dementia. For this last section, we're taking a look at a question posted by a 7 cups user on their question-and-answer forum. 7 Cups is an on-demand emotional health service and online therapy provider. For more information on their services, visit their website at 7 cups dot com. You can also find a link to their website in our show notes. The user-posted question we're looking at today is My grandparent has dementia. How do I deal with this? What can I expect? The highest-rated response is dementia symptoms vary but usually include a loss of memory, difficulties in communicating, and personality changes. If you love your grandparent, and I am sure you do, seeing him decline in these ways will be very challenging and you may find that you feel helpless and sad. These reactions are normal. Joining an Alzheimer's disease or dementia support group can help you cope with your feelings and can be very beneficial. Regarding your grandparent, the best approach to helping him is to be a good listener, be supportive and positive, and reassure him that he can still enjoy life regardless of the changes he is experiencing. Another good response we found was that the most important thing to remember about verbal or physical aggression is that your grandparent is not doing it on purpose. Aggression from dementia is usually triggered by something—often physical discomfort, environmental factors such as being in an unfamiliar situation, or even poor communication. This is what you have to expect. Harsh responses. You have to try to cope with him, understand him, don't let yourself be offended or hurt. Another user suggests making the most of the times when they are lucid. Spend as much time with them as you can spare, particularly in the mornings- dementia is often much worse later in the evening when the sufferer is tired. Ask them to tell you stories about their past. Most people say that the thing they regret the most is not spending time with them whilst they're still lucid. Of course, there are going to be bad times and good times, and it does get worse as time goes on. Getting support from and supporting your family can be very important in the bad times. One of the most helpful responses we found was to know more about what to expect, find out what condition your grandparent has that causes dementia, because symptoms and prognosis can vary widely. In general, people with dementia suffer from severe memory problems, can be very disoriented, cease to recognize loved ones and familiar places, and have challenges caring for themselves. Whatever happens, don't take it personally if your grandparent doesn't recognize you. Avoid arguing and trying to reason with a person with dementia. Avoid treating them like a child. They may be confused, but they still deserve respect and dignity. Learn to respond to the emotions behind what your loved one says, not the facts. For instance, if they say they refuse to take a bath because they don't want to drown, they might really be trying to say that they want their privacy, or they're frightened, or even that they're afraid the bath will be too hot or too cold. Therefore, don't think of seemingly random things the person says as nonsense, but instead view them as attempts to communicate with you. There are many professionals, such as occupational therapists, who can help you with advice on how to help your loved one live as happily and independently as possible. If you are a caregiver, get as much additional support as you can. One creative response that might not work for every situation says that his son coped with a grandparent who would repeatedly ask the grandson whether he had eaten. The grandson would smile and tell the grandparent that yes, he had eaten, and show a spoon as proof. He always carried a spoon in his pocket when he was home. Then he'd ask the grandparent whether she had eaten, and the grandparent would look content… until she asked once again if he had eaten. This approach may not work for everyone, but it shows that remaining calm and creativity works sometimes and is worth striving for. At least some of the problems that dementia creates may be reduced this way. Everyone is different and every situation is different, but we hope that you have been able to use something from today's episode to help you and your family navigate the problems that dementia comes with. For more information on dementia, check out the sources in our show notes and also visit our website for all the latest information on long term care issues and tips. We want to say thank you for joining us here at All Home Care Matters, All Home Care Matters is here for you and to help families as they navigate these long-term care issues. Please visit us at allhomecarematters.com there is a private secure fillable form where you can give us feedback, show ideas, or if you have questions. Every form is read and responded to. If you know someone who could benefit from this episode, please share it with them. Remember, you can listen to the show on any of your favorite podcast streaming platforms and watch the show on our YouTube channel and make sure to hit that subscribe button, so you'll never miss an episode. Join us next time on All Home Care Matters where we will be discussing a topic that can be difficult and emotional at times and that's “When Siblings Don't Agree” Sources: https://lotsahelpinghands.com/blog/how-to-teach-children/ https://www.verywellhealth.com/helping-a-child-whose-grandparent-has-alzheimers-98005 https://www.7cups.com/qa-family-stress-23/my-grandparent-has-dementia-how-do-i-deal-with-this-what-can-i-expect-390/ https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/dementia https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-dementia-symptoms-types-and-diagnosis https://www.familylives.org.uk/advice/your-family/grandparents/helping-your-grandchildren-understand-dementia/ https://www.winchesterhospital.org/health-library/article?id=998960 https://www.agingcare.com/articles/5-dementia-tips-from-a-grandson-212858.htm
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