Welcome back! This was a week to forget for The Boys In Gold but it's an episode to remember with special guest Drake Hills of The Tennessean! Listen to the Pharmacist talk about the loss, the U.S Open cup magic, and the double header this week against Montreal C.F and Atlanta United.
In today's episode, I share how to move forward in dating after a setback. Join the waitlist:www.ambergrubenmann.com/coachingGet the free guide Copy And Paste Texts For When He Is Pulling Away Or Acting Flaky:https://www.ambergrubenmann.com/copy-and-paste-texts-for-when-he-is-pulling-away-or-acting-flaky
Find Out the Number One Reason Relationships End in Divorce In this special episode, James is joined by Sara Davison who is the world's leading Divorce Coach Sara helps people to cope better with their breakup, heartbreak, divorce, and letting go of their ex and moving on. They discuss these topics and you'll also discover: You'll find out why divorce has increased 132% in the last 12 months Why the pandemic has caused so many divorces What do during the different stages with divorce and why it all depends on how you can handle stress. Why your support circle is so important How to move on and find love again quickly She is often featured in the media as a go-to expert on breakups and divorce and has appeared on radio and TV. She also has her own "Heartbreak to Happiness" Podcast. You can can find out about Sara here: www.saradavison.com
The Connected Experience- Heartbreak Prezley f/ Rich Prezley Join host Antoine & Santoine as we welcome #Inkster Michigan native @rich.Prezley. We discuss his childhood and growing up between Inkster and the east side of Detroit meeting the members of his current group DOA and more. Press play and #getconnectedContact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on https://www.instagram.com/tcepodhttps://www.twitter.com/tcepodListen to “The Podcast Album” by The Connected Experience now via Tidal https://tidal.com/browse/album/84652887
Harrison Forman and Brandon Berman present a dating experience with all the intrigue of Love is Blind, but without the editing or gold chalices - UpDating. They recount the journey that inspired the live blindfolded reality dating show as it exists today, and the wildest on-stage connections and rejections to-date. We wrap with insights into our own dating lives, including their experience with clout chasers, their hypothesis on my type, Brandon's future UpDating proposal, and Harrison's recent date with a former Interstates & Heartbreak guest. For DM slides (platonic or otherwise) : @htforman For platonic DM slides ONLY : @bermmy16 For casting DM slides : @updatingshow (or apply at updatingshow.com) To make things Instagram official : @interstatesandheartbreak For dating commentary from my inner Carrie : interstatesandheartbreak.com For any questions, business inquiries, or love letters : email@example.com For a glimpse into my life when I'm not talking about dating : @lesliegnope
Following Liverpool's epic penalty shootout win over Chelsea in the FA Cup final, football journalists Peter Smith, Lewis Jones and Nick Wright, who were covering the game for Sky Sports, discuss the major talking points from what was another tantalising and tremendously dramatic final.
Some heartbreaks are expected - like death, or a long term commitment you have to let go of when you know the time is right because the love has come and now gone. But life is full of twists and turns just like when your heart breaks when you least expect it. This debriefing episode is not for the weak, but for the ones na tumitindig. "Patuloy tayo magmahal. Maaaring hindi ngayon, maaaring hindi bukas o sa makalawa o sa susunod na taon, pero may liwanag pa ring nag-aabang basta't handa tayong magsikap na abutin ito." - Leni Robredo, May 10, 2022
When Laura Whitfield was fourteen, her extraordinary brother, Lawrence, was killed in a mountain climbing accident. That night she had an epiphany: Life is short. Dream big, even if it means taking risks. So, after graduating from high school, she set out on her own, prepared to do just that. Laura's stirring memoir, Untethered: Faith, Failure, and Finding Solid Ground, is about a young woman's seeking nature and the quest to fill the void left by her brother's death through complicated relationships, the demanding nature of New York City, the chance to become a cover girl, returning to college, and more. Untethered is Laura's story of overcoming shame, embracing faith, and learning that taking risks—and failing—can lead to a bigger life than you've ever dared to imagine.Topics discussed within this episode: the self-sabotaging nature of self-criticism, the failure to launch, healing from comparison and perfectionism, extending yourself forgiveness and grace, disordered eating, being the other woman, nourishing the mind through self-care, the writer's life, learning to accept the skin you're in, the adventure of building a resume and coming both back to yourself and into yourself, and creating a life worth telling. Laura Whitfield:Website: https://laurawhitfield.comBlog: https://laurawhitfield.com/blogUntethered: Faith, Failure, and Finding Solid Ground via AmazonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurawhitfieldwriterFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/laurawwriterChelsea Leigh Trescott:Website: https://breakupward.comAdvice Column: https://www.huffpost.comWriting: https://thoughtcatalog.com/chelsea-leigh-trescottInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thankyouheartbreakFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/musingsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Martin is back on the show and we absolutely LOVE her! We're talking all about healing from a breakup, being single long enough to heal, how to navigate tough conversations in relationships AND how to date again while continuing to respect yourself by not ignoring red flags (or being able to identify some of your own red flags). PLUS she tells us all about her incredibly healing 3-week online program Sacred Singlehood and how it's changing lives for those who are single AND in relationships when you learn to heal, date and love yourself first.Connect with Laura:@healingtohappy@itslaurapatriciamartinJoin Sacred SinglehoodMentioned in episode:Episode 38: What the Gut? w. Laura MartinConnect with Lunden:@lifelikelunden2 Ways to Get Connected with Lunden BEYOND the Podcast1. Self Love & Sweat MONTHLY Members Only Meetup2. Strong At Home 4 Women 8-Week Dumbbell Only Workout & Coaching ProgramGrab your FREE spot in the Motivation Masterclass: 5 Keys to UNLOCK Motivation That Lasts (& never start over again): http://lifelikelunden.com/motivation-masterclassStrong At Home 4 Women Dumbbell Only Workout Plan:http://lifelikelunden.com/strong-at-homeOne-On-One Lifestyle Transformation Coaching with Lunden:http://lifelikelunden.com/vipSupport the show
UNSUGARCOATED with Aalia, Season 10 launches with a powerful conversation surrounding separation, divorce, and rebuilding with guest, award-winning director and filmmaker, Sunnie McFadden-Curtis. Unfortunately, around half of all marriages end in divorce. What if someone were to tell them that it was just the beginning and not the end? McFadden-Curtis reveals to Aalia the process behind creating an award-winning film and the different stories that impacted her throughout the process. Each story portrays the message that although ending a marriage is traumatic, there is hope to rebuild a better life for yourself when you trust the process and know your value.
The Dirt Reporters review WoO's action at Mississippi Thunder while looking ahead to Illinois Speedweek and Charlotte's Colossal 100. Triggered by Tyler Bruening's late-race spin on Saturday, reporters also remember interviews with heartbroken drivers.
Still holding back tears from Saturday's devastating defeat to Toulouse, Niamh Briggs and Alan Quinlan brave the pain and do a deep dive into what went wrong, what can be learned and where do Munster go now? Subscribe to The Rugby Channel for new episodes every week! #TheRed78
Today I have Relationship and Dating Coach Aimi Green on the show to share some great guidance on overcoming challenges in our romantic life. You can find more from Aimi on YouTube: Aimi Green Also on Instagram: @aimi.green
As a mother who has buried a child, Gwendy Hardcastle understands he reality and heartbreak of grief and loss, yet has experience the healing and abundance of choosing joy and living a happy fulfilling life. Join me as she shares her personal story of transformation from heartbreak to joy. For more information on Gwendy or to reach out to her, check out: linktr.ee/GwendyHardcastle
It's almost impossible to quantify the problems with the way we approach healthcare in this country. For something which should be a human right, high-quality healthcare is often provided in unlimited amounts to the rich at the expense of the poor—especially people of color. In his new book “The Emergency: A Year of Healing and Heartbreak in a Chicago ER,” our guest Dr. Thomas Fisher examines the injustices of our system through the eyes of a physician trying to do his best for his patients in a system that seems designed to prevent him from doing so. PRAISE for “The Emergency: A Year of Healing and Heartbreak in a Chicago ER” “This book reminds us how permanently interesting our bodies are, especially when they go wrong. Fisher's account of his days is gripping. . . . His frustration, his outraged intelligence, is palpable on every page. . . . the best account I've read about working in a busy hospital during Covid.” —The New York Times “A briskly paced, heartfelt, often harrowing year in the life of an ER doctor on Chicago's historically Black South Side.” —San Francisco Chronicle “The Emergency is graphic and gut-wrenching, as it should be. It is an undeniable call for a just health-care system, as it will be.”—Ibram X. Kendi, author of How to Be an Antiracist “With scalpel-like precision and searing patient stories, Thomas Fisher exposes the battlefield of medicine and the scarring—and often fatal—wounds of inequality. The Emergency is a bat call. Health care doesn't care, inequality kills, and we must do better.”—Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, author of What the Eyes Don't See “The Emergency is a doctor's-eye view of the layered crises afflicting a single Chicago community and the entire nation that surrounds it. By turns brutal and beautiful, this is a tale of life, death, and the people whose efforts often determine which of those two will prevail.”—Jelani Cobb, co-editor of The Matter of Black Lives “Tired of reading about COVID-19? Don't make the mistake of missing the best book about it to date. The Emergency is Thomas Fisher's memoir of the first year of the pandemic's grip on Chicago's South Side, where he grew up and where he battled the disease, along with every other ailment and injury that reached his emergency room. This is no past-tense memoir but a gripping account of events as they happen. It's beautifully rendered in the present tense and leavened by a series of letters he composed to, and in honor of, his patients. But this is also a book about our country, a wrenching and tender reflection on an aphorism Fisher invokes: When America catches a cold, black America catches pneumonia. It won't take you long to read this fast-paced account, but you won't forget it anytime soon.”—Paul Farmer, M.D., author of Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights, and the New War on the Poor “Riveting . . . [Fisher] eloquently captures the intensity of the situation . . . and shares heartrending stories of victims. . . . The result is a powerful reckoning with racial injustice and a moving portrait of everyday heroism.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Dramatic . . . well written and compassionate . . . a persuasive, sympathetic . . . insider's report on a broken system.”—Kirkus Reviews SEE LESS --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alyssa-milano-sorry-not-sorry/message
Jeff and Rebecca take listener feedback, spend a few moments talking about Julia on HBO, look at real, honest-to-goodness BookTok numbers, and talk with Florence Williams about her book, Heartbreak. Follow the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. The show can also be found on Stitcher. For more industry news, sign up for our Today in Books daily newsletter! This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Discussed in this episode: The Book Riot Patreon! Let's talk about those BookTok numbers from publishers lunch — public link to the pod & infographic So get a copy of Heartbreak using riot20 for 20% at pushkin.fm/heartbreak Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to the Pitstop podcast! The Miami Grand Prix was INSANE! Max Verstappen is so quick in that Red Bull, will he win the championship this season? In todays episode we discuss Albon's amazing start to the season, The heartbreaking finish for Mick Schumacher as he looked for his first F1 points & George Russell's top 5 finish streak… Oh what a race!!! Join us every Monday & Thursday for Q&A's, guests, race predictions, and a whole load of laughter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week I'm back at a solo podcast. I talk about stuff I missed last week but kept it relevant. I give a WW3 warning and some updates on the war. The random food processing plant fires, Elon Musk buying Twitter, faucci being mad about courts removing mask mandates, the difference between mama and baba work, my brothers visit, then end with some of the Pfizer dump and why they leaked that Roe V Wade repeal. As always share this with people so we can wake more souls! See ya next week!
Interstates & Heartbreak gets personal today, as I bring my mom back for an encore interview to answer listener-submitted questions! Hear our unfiltered discussion about her thoughts on dating apps, her ideal man, which of my exes was the best, and more. To make things Instagram official : @interstatesandheartbreak For dating commentary from my inner Carrie : interstatesandheartbreak.com For any questions, business inquiries, or love letters : email@example.com For a glimpse into my life when I'm not talking about dating : @lesliegnope
Jonathan Bastian talks with Florence Williams, science writer and author of “Heartbreak: A Personal and Scientific Journey,” about the pain that comes with a breakup and why it's so hard to move on. Later, Sandra Langeslag, associate professor of psychological sciences at the University of Missouri-St. Louis and Aimee Lutkin, writer, performer, and the author of “The Lonely Hunter: How Our Search for Love Is Broken: A Memoir,” discuss the cure for heartbreak and misconceptions about coupledom.
What do you do when your podcast successfully covers the best power pop bands of the 1970's? When you break down in detail the career and catalog of bands such as Cheap Trick, Big Star and Badfinger? The answer is simple: you close out the 70's with a Top Ten List. #1 Fanclub continues their pursuit of knowledge on Power Pop, Brit Pop, Shoegaze and Dream Pop with a celebration of perhaps the most important decade of music in a world without The Beatles. Craig and Shawn take you through their list of top 10 power pop songs. Some bands are obvious (Badfinger, Big Star), some are obscure (Artful Dodger, The Cryers) but all of the choices are guaranteed to take you back in time to some of the greatest recordings in rock music. Enjoy!Shawn's Top 10The Cryers - "Shake It Up (Ain't It Time?)" from The Cryers (1978)Badfinger - "No Matter What" from No Dice (1970)Big Star - "Feel" from #1 Record (1972)Cheap Trick - "Hello There" from In Color (1977)The Rubinoos - "Lightning Love Affair" from Back To The Drawing Board! (1979)Joe Jackson - "One More Time" from Look Sharp! (1979)Artful Dodger - "Wayside" from Artful Dodger (1975)Nick Lowe - "Cruel To Be Kind" from Labour Of Lust (1979)Raspberries - "Hard To Get Over a Heartbreak" from Side 3 (1973)Shoes - "Tomorrow Night" from Present Tense (1979)Spotify Playlist Link (note: The Cryers song was unfortunately not available on Spotify)Craig's Top 10Big Star - "The Ballad Of El Goodo" from #1 Record (1972)Nick Lowe - "Cruel To Be Kind" from Labour Of Lust (1979)The Cars - "Just What I Needed" from The Cars (1978)Big Star - "Feel" from #1 Record (1972)Badfinger - "No Matter What" from No Dice (1970)The Knack - "My Sherona" from Get The Knack (1979)Cheap Trick - "Southern Girls" from In Color (1977)Big Star - "September Gurls" from Radio City (1974)Emitt Rhodes - "Somebody Made For Me" from Emitt Rhodes (1970)20/20 - "Remember The Lightning" from 20/20 (1979)Spotify Playlist LinkSelections of the week:Hoodoo Gurus - Chariot Of The Gods on Big Time Shake Some Action! - Wide Awake on Satellite 451 Music Intro music provided by Joe Giddings"#1" from Star Collector's album Songs For The Whole Family
Hosts Dan Bardell and George Elek are joined by bet365's Steve Freeth to preview another exciting Premier League weekend... The panel assess the wreckage from Man City's late-late Champions League exit, explore how Luis Diaz would have fit in at Spurs and why all Bielsa's good work at Leeds is under threat if they're relegated this season. Plus, Arsenal's various goal threats, which strikers Newcastle could look to bring in this summer and George admits Don Carlo Ancelotti has proven him wrong again.
Minnesota Gophers Basketball needs to fill 3 more scholarship spots with their transfer portal options quickly drying up. With the deadline to enter the portal officially passed, where do the Gophers stand with players like Josiah Strong, Kerwin Walton, and Michael Jones. With the transfer portal top tier options committing relatively quickly, who are some options of players outside of our usual suspects. Taurus Samuels appears to be an option with an official visit set up with the Gophers later this week. Coach Ben Johnson also shows interest in Mikey Watkins. Gophers Hockey has lost 10 players from last year's team. With Chaz Lucius as one of the latest departures we have now felt the shockwave from the loss even more with his brother, highly ranked prospect Cruz Lucius, decommiting. Plus Ryan Johnson set to rejoin Gophers Hockey. On today's Locked On Golden Gophers, host Kane Rob, former collegiate football video coordinator and recruiting assistant, discusses preparing for heartbreak with our current transfer prospects looking likely to join elsewhere. Kane then discusses two new potential adds to the roster that may be the next priority. Finally we talk Gophers Hockey revisiting returns and departures and if it is time to start worrying about our outlook for next year. Follow Us: Kane Rob Locked On Golden Gophers Email: LockedonGoldenGophers@gmail.com Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Todd and Julie discuss mental health awareness and its relationship to the news regarding Naomi Judd. Todd talks about trying to be more mindful of what others are going through. Then, Todd and Julie talk about the recent news surrounding the Supreme Court and Roe v Wade. Todd and Julie highlight the complicated issues around the decision. Todd also reveals how a traumatic experience in his childhood caused him to normalize heartbreak. Please support the show by checking out our sponsors! Rothy's: Get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/CC Tommy John: Get 20% OFF RIGHT NOW at TommyJohn.com/CC Airmed: AMCN is offering our listeners the chance to win 10,000 dollars and backyard prizes with their Summer Sizzle Sweepstakes. No purchase necessary to enter. Just head to AirMedCareNetwork.com before May 13 and enter your information. Truebill: Start cancelling today at Truebill.com/CC
There are so many steps to dating these days! Create the perfect online profile. Connect with someone who is preferably not a troll. Move from messaging to texting to talking on the phone. Then hopefully you both want to meet face to face. Don't give up now! Go meet the guy! It's just one drink. Just go!
On May 3, 1968, a major medical advance occurred at Houston's St. Luke's Hospital. Surgeon Denton Cooley and his associates transplanted the heart donated by a fifteen year old girl to Everett Thomas. Cooley and Houston doctor Michael E. DeBakey had been working on developing heart surgery to the point that they could do heart transplantation. Cooley got there first and DeBakey and he would have a strange competition for years to come. Despite the odd rivalry, or maybe because of it, as Chester Burns describes it, Cooley, DeBakey and the teams of medical personnel in Houston “displayed extraordinary courage and technical expertise as they established the world's standards for heart surgery in newborn infants, for replacing diseased arteries with artificial and venous grafts, and for replacing diseased heart valves with artificial ones during open-heart operations.” Thomas lived for 204 days with the new heart. And for quite a long time life expectancy was short. But with every medical advancement things have improved. People of all ages have heart transplants today and doctors are still searching for new advancements and solutions. Thomas lived for 204 days but now people can live for decades. Living 15 to 20 years after a transplant is becoming the standard result. The Texas History Lessons Theme song, Walking Through History, was written and recorded by Derrick McClendon. Listen to his new album, Interstate Daydreamer! Available everywhere you find good music. Thank you Derrick! Twitter: @dmclendonmusic Payton Matous performs Healing Side of Heartbreak at the end of the episode. If you are enjoying Texas History Lessons, consider buying me a cup of coffee by clicking here! Help make Texas History Lessons by supporting it on Patreon. And a special thanks to everyone that already does. Website: texashistorylessons.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @TexasHistoryL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Recovery from trauma and its emanations is a defining theme of this moment. Dr. Thomas Fisher has certainly seen his share of the effects of mass disruption as an emergency medical physician. He typically has about three minutes to spend with patients who come into the South Side of Chicago ward where he works. Throughout his storied career, he's also served as a White House fellow in the Obama administration and as a healthcare executive. He writes about his experiences in “The Emergency: A Year of Healing and Heartbreak in a Chicago ER.” Fisher joins us to talk about how our country's healthcare system often treats the poor as expendable, how the pandemic has exacerbated longstanding- and increasingly fraught- inequities in access to good healthcare and discusses the privilege of serving in the same community that he grew up in. This conversation is presented as part of NBC and MSNBC's cross-platform “Inspiring America” series, which highlights stories of people who've made an extraordinary impact on their communities and industries over the past year. You can follow updates on Twitter by searching for #InspiringAmericaNBC.
An old soul with a heavenly voice, Adele is the world's most widely celebrated musician. Nashville-based songwriter Dana Catherine joins us to talk about Adele's music and craft, as well as how to have God help navigate the twists and turns of young adulthood. We discuss: - calling and how to know when to follow your heart - is God calling me to make a change or are things just hard right now? - marriage, dating, & break-ups - do I need therapy or spiritual direction? - Jesus being awesome and watch to the end for a lil sumthin' extra :)Episode 39 Show Host: Mike Tenney Show Page: https://www.awakencatholic.org/pop-culture-catechism/adele-heartbreak-healing-and-discernment Join our Patron Community www.PopCultureCatechism.com Subscribe to our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/PopCultureCatechism Listen wherever you find podcasts including: Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-catechism/id1530141366 Spotify Podcasts https://open.spotify.com/show/4hlSitS9FLX3sYqwr0RsFK?si=IObbssJPTWSwq9Qjn7VFaQ&fbclid=IwAR0aKkevoBgwo2CeJIpdeSnOHrE_h9vuHtKwffmOGHnYYl26XICYjllAzrU
Evacuations are underway from the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol, where dozens of civilians who were holed up in and around the Azovstal steel plant have emerged. But hundreds more remain, running out of food, water, and medicine. Mariupol's mayor says the Russian forces are creating obstacles and making progress on evacuations difficult. Journalist Peter Pomerantsev is an expert on Russian propaganda, and he recently spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. He joins the program from Lithuania. Also today: Co-founder, Afghan Peace Watch Habib Khan; Dr. Thomas Fisher, author of "The Emergency: A Year of Healing and Heartbreak in a Chicago E.R." To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Kari lives a life devoted to God, her family, and post-abortive ministry. In this episode, she speaks of her own testimony, how she found freedom in the Word, and how she now helps other women. The words quoted on this podcast are from her book “Wholly His: Surrendering the Heartbreak of Abortion”You can find her book on amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/Wholly-His-Surrendering-Heartbreak-Abortion/dp/B08YP4HSK9/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1XAZ5UYOAM7EN&keywords=Kari+farley&qid=1651499163&sprefix=kari+farley%2Caps%2C97&sr=8-1To post-abortive listeners: You are exclusively invited to a “walk-in” at our ministry house this Tuesday on May 3, 2022 at 6:30 PM. 1104 W Alabama St Durant. We will do nothing but extend the love of Jesus to you.
Episode 134: Be grateful for the time you got to spend with her, but you have to let her go. Don't get caught up talking to her late at night over and over again, sacrificing your priorities to entertain this failing relationship. Protect yourself from that. If it's meant to be, you'll get back together, but don't plan on it. Go your separate ways. Join me as we chat about this topic and more on this week's podcast! New podcast every Monday morning! Ask me questions! #GrangerSmithPodcast or email me at email@example.com
British-born empath, fear buster, and internationally acclaimed life advisor Suzannah Galland joins Chelsea 7:00 minutes in to talk about counteracting fear and tapping into your inner knowing and divine intelligence in moments when you feel deprived of certainty and connection. She shares insight on having the courage to opt out, why rejection leaves us helpless and recovery is so brutal, and offers post-heartbreak guidance in cultivating faith that something greater is coming versus self-criticism that something is wrong with us. Suzannah Galland:Website: https://suzannahgalland.comBlog: https://suzannahgalland.com/blogInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/suzannahgallandTwitter: https://twitter.com/suzannahgallandFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/suzannah.gallandChelsea Leigh Trescott:Website: https://breakupward.comAdvice Column: https://www.huffpost.comWriting: https://thoughtcatalog.com/chelsea-leigh-trescottInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thankyouheartbreakFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/musingsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In line with the PBSD's one year anniversary of Kelsey Kotzur's interview, we had to get her back on the mic for a check in! Kelsey is truly living her best life and continues to be authentically herself with her audience. Kelsey vulnerably opened up about her relationships, reflected on the past years growth and reminded us to lead with body positivity. If you have been curious about a digital creator's journey and interested in testing the waters, this interview is for you! Kelsey leaves our audience with so much inspiration and tips on how to be successful in your own business. Please rate, review, and share with a friend ❤️
Life is packed full of defining moments… choices that send us heading down a completely new road. Jesus' death forced the people around Him to face these types of moments. In this series, we'll check out the decisions they made and learn how to make the right choices when we come to the same CROSSROADS in our own life.
Rachel brings on one of her Alumni students from TFA to share how she went from heartbreak to Dream Man in 6 weeks! I hope this inspires you all of what is possible for you. Connect with Rachel on IG: https://www.instagram.com/the_true_feminine_/ Join TFA! Next round starts April 30th: https://www.thetruefeminine.com/true-feminine-academy
On today's episode I had the opportunity to interview Florence Williams, journalist, author, and podcaster. Florence specializes in the physical and scientific effects of our body when experiencing a breakup. She talks about what is going on in our body, and how our brain is responding to the pain we are feeling. We can all relate and understand that there is something physical happening, through the immense pain we are experiencing through our heartbreak. She talks more in-depth about how our immune system is impacts, what happens in our brain, and how loneliness feels physically & painfully uncomfortable. Just a great episode, with incredible information - tune in to learn more! To find out which Break Up Bestie Course is right for you, click the link to take the quiz and get matched with the best solution for you: https://breakupbestie.typeform.com/to/x0WglwDO To learn about all of my courses: https://www.breakupbestie.com/courses
On what happened during the final lap from the perspective of Kyle Larson and Ross Chastain (2:00); A.J. on whether Chastain faked out Larson (4:45); the development of Ross Chastain into a more patient driver at Talladega (6:30); on the edge that Chastain still has to his driving – and that A.J. witnessed at COTA (8:30); “I thought about it at COTA: I might be trying to chase down the (Cup) champion here.” (10:30); the case for a deep playoff run by Ross Chastain (11:30); the massive heartbreak for Erik Jones coming up a few thousand feet short of a major victory (13:30); why Talladega seemed such a track position race and difficult to pass (16:00); what the elimination of side-drafting has meant as an impact on superspeedway racing (17:30): why A.J. came up just short of winning Saturday's Xfinity Series race (19:00); the sudden interest in Kyle Bush's contract status at Joe Gibbs Racing (22:00); why A.J. loves Kyle Busch's “what you see is what you get” style (24:00); the danger of contract negotiations going public (26:00); A.J.'s jam-packed 49-race (!) schedule for 2022 (29:00); becoming a leader at Kaulig Racing (30:30); the past start of his racing career (32:00).
How do I help my kids process the change? What do I do when my child is constantly asking to go back to live with my ex? How do I help them through emotional turmoil? Some childrens' first heartbreak is the heartbreak of their parents. In today's episode learn how to help your kids while going through your own heartbreak. In today's episode: Learn what you can do to help your children with their emotions during a time that is emotional for you Understand what is most useful for them during this time Become the kind of parent you want to be while experiencing heartbreak Teen Coach Sami can be found at: https://knowingup.com/
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