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While many people know grapes and chocolate are dangerous for dogs, did you know xylitol is poisonous for dogs too?! The artificial sweetener xylitol can cause major health problems, including death if ingested by a dog. So, in this article, we're gonna dive into all things xylitol and pups so you can keep your good boy or girl safe! DISCLAIMER: If you believe your dog has ingested something with xylitol, call your vet or a pet poison control hotline immediately. Here's what we will cover: -What is xylitol -Why is xylitol poisonous and toxic for dogs -Symptoms of xylitol poisoning -What foods contain xylitol -How to keep your dog safe from xylitol While xylitol is touted for its oral benefits and low-calorie sweetness for humans, it is extremely dangerous for dogs. Xylitol causes a sharp increase in insulin that can lead to hypoglycemia (too low blood sugar). If left untreated hypoglycemia can become fatal to a dog. Recently, researchers and professionals have found that xylitol can also cause liver failure (hepatic failure). In dogs, other complications that can arise from xylitol ingestion are hypokalemia (low potassium levels) and hypophosphatemia (low phosphorous levels). Based on experience at the ASPCA APCC, dogs ingesting greater than 0.1 g/kg of xylitol should be considered at risk for developing hypoglycemia. In comparison, doses greater than 0.5 g/kg may be hepatotoxic (toxic to the liver) and more than likely cause death. So of course you are probably wondering how to calculate those numbers… Well, it can be difficult. Many products do not explicitly list the amount of xylitol in their product, but let's show a rough example. Chewing gum typically contains about 0.22-1.0 grams of xylitol per piece! In this sample calculation, I'll use my Labrador Retriever Scout. She weighs about 65 lbs or about 30 kg. So 0.1 g/kg would be about 3 grams of xylitol. To find the g/kg level that can lead to hypoglycemia, just take your dog's weight in kilograms and multiply by 0.1 If 1 stick of gum is anywhere from 0.22-1 gram, just 3 sticks of gum could cause our very large dog to develop severe complications. And anything above that could quickly lead to liver failure and death. Here are some symptoms of xylitol poisoning in dogs: -Decreased movement -Lethargy -Vomiting -Weakness -Staggering -Incoordination -Collapsing -Seizures COMMON FOODS THAT CONTAIN XYLITOL -Sugar-free gum, Ice Breakers have been said to contain more xylitol than others. -Peanut butter -Nut butter -Mouthwash -Toothpaste -Pudding -Syrups -Jams -Chocolate -Chewable multivitamins -Nasal sprays -Personal lubricants -Sugar-free mints -Sugar-free candy Above all, keep xylitol-type products out of reach of your dog. If your dog ingests anything with xylitol immediately call your vet and/or pet poison hotline. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
In this interview, you will meet Nick Gray. With an impressive resume and years of hosting events, Nick shows you the EXACT formula for hosting events for clients, leads, neighbors, and contacts. No more dry networking events or long, drawn-out, and expensive gatherings. This refreshing, new approach will have you wondering why you don't host events all the time as a Realtor. Nick walks through where most events fall short, and he pulls back the curtain on what it takes to host the perfect event. The amazing thing — his framework is built to have your guests in and out in 2 hours and ensures everyone has a great time. Nick's newest book is The 2-Hour Cocktail Party: How to Build Big Relationships with Small Gatherings. Nick will highlight the steps needed, including the number of people to invite, where to host the event, and the necessary components of the event. Also, Nick showcases how your whole event can be hosted for less than $100. 0:00 Intro 2:03 Why do we not get the results from traditional networking events? 2:42 Where should we be hosting events? 6:25 How many people should we invite to our cocktail party? 8:29 Dinner parties vs. cocktail parties 12:35 Nick's exact framework 12:49 Name tags - why they matter and how to let people know about them 16:39 Icebreakers - the secrete way to facilitate conversation 24:46 Naming the event with a purpose 25:19 Cocktails - the importance of keeping these events simple 28:56 Kick them out - how to effectively end the party 33:01 What's the strategy for inviting people 36:38 What happens if you have a large database and want to invite everyone? As mentioned in the show Home Gear: The Best Stuff I Use Every Day (2022) Great links to learn more about Nick and The 2-Hour Cocktail Party How to Host a Party Website The 2-Hour Cocktail Party: Book info The 2-Hour Cocktail Party: Amazon Nick Gray's personal website How to Host a Party at Home with Kids The Easy Way to Host or Plan a Networking Event Hosting a Happy Hour: Nick Gray's How-to Guide Sign up for the weekly Rev Real Estate School Newsletter: https://rev-real-estate-school.ck.page/5b0889360c Rev Real Estate School is here to teach real estate agents how to become successful in their careers and 2x your production while working 5 days per week by working your SOI. The real estate agent tips and tricks will benefit beginner agents and growing REALTORs® with marketing ideas, database marketing, social media, scripts, dialogues, habits, mindset, networking, skills, and negotiation.
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On New Years day, Tara and Rose each share three things to remember and two things to forget about the Trail Blazers in 2022 and one thing to carry into 2023. WHAT a year it was! 1:00 Icebreaker with a side note of complaining about pop-ups on certain team apps. 7:00 Celebration of Damian Lillard taking over as top scorer in the franchise. 13:00 Tribute videos 18:30 Should we crowdfund a Cameo from Clyde for Damian? 19:00 Thoughts on the trophy presented to Damian for his accomplishments 22:00 We each chose three things to remember: Trading CJ, (24:15) CJ comes back, (27:30) the Barack Obama game, (29:20) Summer League Championship and Trendon Watford's Finals MVP, (32:30) Small Ball Lineup to close out Sacramento Game, (33:15) Being in Sacramento for that game. 39:30 Two things to forget (39:45) Six game losing streak where they were outscored by 192 points. (40:30) Jusuf Nurkic throws a Pacer's fan phone and is fined. (43:30) Blazers don't get a second 1st round pick. (45:00) Everyone asking if Damian Lillard is going to stay in Portland. 47:30 What we want to take into the new year: Creativity and more dunks! 54:00 Making it to New Years above .500 55:00 Social Media Player of the Week: Congratulations Nassir Little! (Side note, congratulations to Keljin Blevins for his debut with his new team in Romania) 1:03:00 What is your take? It's good to not play on Christmas. And its time to keep driving, keep the car on the road and eventually the sun will come out. Music by Erik Peterson! @ShoozumOops Twitter. Join us on Discord! Its a place where we can share our love for the Blazers, talk about games, and get to know other Blazer fans. Its kind of like Twitter but its not. There are different channels with different topics and you can join in where you want, and ignore the stuff you don't want to see. Give it a try! You can also still find us on Twitter: @wehaveatake, @tcbbiggs @roselharding
Mais uma edição de Livra-te D'Ouro, desta vez também com direito a lista de Piores do Ano. 2022 foi fértil em favoritos para a vida e será um ano para recordar. 2023, estamos de olho em ti, ok? - Dear Dolly: on Love, Life and Friendship, Dolly Alderton (5:01) - The Year of Magical Thinking, Joan Didion (6:33) - Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, Gabrielle Zevin (8:52) - A Breve Vida das Flores, Valérie Perrin (10:10) - My Policeman, Bethan Roberts (11:47) - Crying in H Mart, Michelle Zauner (14:43) - Funny Feelings, Tarah Dewitt (16:19) - Swimming in the Dark, Tomasz Jedrowski (18:26) - Cleopatra and Frankenstein, Coco Mellors (20:40) - The Island of Missing Trees, Elif Shafak (23:46) - Conversations on Love, Natasha Lunn (25:33) - Sorrow and Bliss, Meg Mason (27:50) - Book Lovers, Emily Henry (31:13) - Piranesi, Susanna Clarke (32:45) - Open Water, Caleb Azumah Nelson (34:24) - Carrie Sotto is Back, Taylor Jenkins Reid (36:09) - Lizzie & Dante, Mary Bly (37:51) - Heartstopper, Alice Oseman (39:43) - The Dinner List, Rebecca Serle (40:35) - Circe, Madeline Miller (41:14) - This is How You Lose the Time War, Amal El-Mohtar e Max Gladstone (41:41) - How to Kill Your Family, Bella Mackie (42:46) - The Roughest Draft, Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka (43:31) - His Best Friend's Little Sister, Vivian Wood (44:02) - Daddy in Demand, Muriel Jensen (44:56) - To Hate Adam Connor, Ella Maise (45:25) - Reminders of Him, Colleen Hoover (46:20) - Para Interromper o Amor, Mónica Marques (46:46) - Tombos, Eunice Maciel (47:33) - Her Villains, Jade Presley (48:52) - A Court of Thorns and Roses, Sarah J. Maas (49:29) - Icebreaker, Hannah Grace (50:03) - Loveless, Alice Oseman (51:13) - Accidentally Amy, Lynn Painter (52:07) - A Sibila, Agustina Bessa-Luis (53:28) - Breathless, Jennifer Niven (53:52) - Beauty Sick, Renee Engeln (54:19) Enviem as vossas questões ou sugestões para firstname.lastname@example.org. Juntem-se ao nosso Discord em: https://discord.gg/aRR7B2dfBT. Encontrem-nos nas redes sociais: www.instagram.com/julesdsilva www.instagram.com/ritadanova/ twitter.com/julesxdasilva twitter.com/RitaDaNova [a imagem do podcast é da autoria da maravilhosa, incrível e talentosa Mariana Cardoso, que podem encontrar em email@example.com]
Here's your local news for Tuesday, December 27: Nurses at UW Health take their fight for union recognition to the courts, Congress has approved a new heavy icebreaker for the Great Lakes, And, Miss America juggles her title while studying nuclear engineering at UW-Madison.
At the the Killington ski resort something has gone awry. Evil terrorists led by the sinister Greig have taken the resort hostage with a stolen nuclear device. It's up to Ski Patrol bum Matt Foster to save the day... and his fiancé.
On this week's episode of Dudes Behind the Foods, Tim and David eat vegan pizza while talking about how they were almost on the reality TV show, The Amazing Race. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp! Go to: https://www.BetterHelp.com/FOODS and get on your way to being your best self. Go to: www.MasterClass.com/DUDES for 15% OFF your annual membership! Follow Tim on Insta: @timchantarangsu Follow David on Insta: @davidsocomedy To watch Dudes Behind the Foods podcast videos on YouTube: www.youtube.com/timothy Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: https://bit.ly/DudesBehindtheFoodsPod... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this week's show we introduce our new co-host that will be with us for the holiday interlude episodes and ask some icebreaker questions so that you the listeners can get to know Chelsee, Adam's wife.Episode ideas/questions/hate mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: ViewsFromTheWorldTree Twitter: @worldtreeviews Instagram: @viewsfromtheworldtree Web/RSS: http://viewsfromtheworldtree.com
Links1. "Of a titan, winds and power: Transnational development of the icebreaker, 1890-1954," by Aaro Sahri and Saara Matala, International Journal of Maritime History, Dec. 9, 2021.
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Aaro Sahari and Dr. Saara Matala join the program to discuss the transnational development of icebreakers. Dr. Sahari is a postdoctoral researcher in history at the University of Helsinki and the vice-chair of the Finnish Association for Maritime History. Dr. Matala is an historian of technology and business, with specialist interests … Continue reading Sea Control 398 – Transnational Development of Icebreakers with Dr. Aaro Sahari and Dr. Saara Matala →
Harvard Business School Students Juan Ruiz and Doug Walsh run communEtA -- an MBA student-run fund which invests in search entrepreneurs. The first of its kind; it is a community of LPs, students, and searchers. The group looks to provide exposure and training on Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition and source high-quality investment opportunities for LPs and finally highlight ETA as a viable career option.We discuss why communEtA was launched and Juan and Doug provide their insights on how best to source and close deals. As a West Point graduate, a platoon leader, and a team leader for the 95th Civil Affairs Brigade for the US Army, Doug also gives advice for veterans who are both looking at business school and ETA as a career choice.This episode focuses heavily on ETA, the process of searching for a business to buy, closing on it and ultimately running it. Even if ETA has never crossed your mind, I think there's value for you in in this episode … particularly if you are like me and want to constantly find ways to increase your personal net worth. For the search fund entrepreneurs listening, we try to add value, particularly on ways to better source deals and increase the odds of going from LOI to close … something that I have struggled a fair amount personally.Discussion Topics:(1:29) Icebreakers.(7:14) communEtA's origin story & screening criteria for investments.(14:34) The economics of search. Is it worth it?(19:02) The deal sourcing process.(25:55) Advice for self-funded searchers.(29:33) Advice for Veteran searchers.(35:28) communEtA's portfolio.(38:56) Increasing the odds of getting from LOI to close.(48:24) Rapid fire questions.
In this episode of the Smut Your Mouth podcast things are heating up on AND off the ice, if you catch our drift. Find out if the next potential book boyfriend is skating on thin ice as Sheena, Brianna, and Kirsty discuss Icebreaker by Hannah Grace ⛸️❄️The Smut Your Mouth podcast is not your grandma's book club. We read romance of all kinds, and talk all things spicy, saucy, sassy and nasty. https://linktr.ee/smutyourmouthpodcast
#10MinuteswithJesus** Put yourself in the presence of God. Try talking to Him.** 10 minutes are 10 minutes. Even if you can get distracted, reach the end.** Be constant. The Holy Spirit acts "on low heat" and requires perseverance.10-Minute audio to help you pray.Daily sparks to ignite prayer: a passage from the gospel, an idea, an anecdote and a priest who speaks with you and with the Lord inviting you to share your intimacy with God.Find your moment, consider you are in His presence and click play.All the information is on our website: www.10minuteswithjesus.org.To receive your meditation every day, click here:WhatsApp: http://dozz.es/j3wnlApple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/10-minutes-whith-jesus/id1477350613?l=enTelegram: https://t.me/tenminuteswithjesusiVoox: https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-10-minutes-with-jesus_sq_f1744292_1.htmlYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsZttEgez26FgDqCO_s3tmqeKq7Pmlkr
Nous avons le grand plaisir de recevoir une professionnelle de l'activité physique, la très passionnée kinésiologue Jasmine Paquin. Jasmine a orienté ses études doctorales sur la santé de la femme, alors vous comprendrez que les sujets abordés dans cet épisode s'y rattache pas mal! Messieurs, vous ne serez pas en reste non plus, mais il se pourrait que vous réalisiez 2 ou 3 trucs sur la santé de votre conjointe aussi! Un épisode riche en contenu allant de la quantification de l'entraînement, au fameux REDs, au vieillissement du corps... De quoi répondre à quelques questions probablement présentes chez vous! Bonne écoute
Where are the Swifties? Jordy and Berkley publicist, Kristin Cipolla, sit down to discuss two of their favorite things: Taylor Swift and books. If you're looking for book recommendations based on each of Taylor's eras, you're in the right place. In the second segment, Alana speaks with Nino Stratchey, of the infamous Stratchey family. They talk about her new and upcoming book, “Young Bloomsbury: The Generation That Reimagined Love, Freedom, and Self-Expression.” Through conversation Alana and Nino discuss Virginia Woolf's true colors, queer culture across borderlines, and the importance of queer historical writing. Books mentioned: Jordy's recommendations: Taylor Swift – Love & Gelato by Jenna Evan Welch Fearless (TV) – To All the Boys I Loved Before by Jenny Han Speak Now – The Bromance Bookclub by Lyssa Kay Adams Red (TV) – The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab 1989 – A Rogue of One's Own by Evie Dunmore Reputation – Payback's a Witch by Lana Harper Lover – The Brown Sisters trilogy by Talia Hibbert Folklore – Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney Evermore – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid Midnights – All Good People Here by Ashley Flowers Kristin's recommendations: Taylor Swift – The Truth About Forever, The Rest of the Story, and Along for the Ride by Sarah Dessen (anything by her) Fearless (TV) – The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han Speak Now – The Rewind by Allison Winn Scotch Red (TV) – Every Summer After by Carley Fortune 1989 – Icebreaker by Hannah Grace Reputation – A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sara J. Maas Lover – Bridgerton Series by Julia Quinn Folklore – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid Evermore – Nobody Will Tell You This But Me: A True (as Told to Me) Story by Bess Kalb Midnights – Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman Books mentioned by Alana and Nino Stratchey: Young Bloomsbury: The Generation That Redefined Love, Freedom, and Self-Expression in 1920s England by Nino Strachey Bad Gays: A Homosexual History by Huw Lemmey & Ben Miller After Sappho by Selby Wynn Schwartz The Transgender Issue by Shon Faye Support our hosts & guests: Follow Kristin Cipolla: Instagram Follow Jordy: Instagram Follow Nino Satchey: Website // Instagram // Twitter Follow Alana Amore: Instagram // Youtube // Twitter // TikTok Beyond the Box: Our weekly round-up of blog and podcast content delivered directly to your inbox every Friday Check out our online community here! This episode was edited by Niba and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people. Original music by @iam.onyxrose Learn more about Feminist Book Club on our website, sign up for our emails, shop our Bookshop.org recommendations, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, Pinterest.
In Episode 18 Pedro and Tink talk you through how to be confident when going to meet and greets and other swinging events. From how to dress, mingle, and break the ice so you can shoot your shot. Then in the Polyam segment we talk about long distance relationships and why you should or should not be in one. Then For the kink and BDSM segment we dive into *eggplant* and *peach* worship. And to close the show out Facebook group members gave us celebrities for Celebrity Swap or Not. www.onlyfans.com/ksenmandkinkpodcast www.onlyfans.com/pixieindixie69 Join our Facebook group to stay up to date and to join in on discussions and event news. https://www.facebook.com/groups/594044119157813/
Eric Annan is the founder of Ayagigs, Africa's Web3 Marketplace. Ayagigs helps early-stage startups and medium-sized companies find the right fit talents to supercharge their business.This has been featured in the likes of Business insider, Yahoo News, Tech Cabal and a whole host of other big name media outlets.Aya is also supported by Coinbase Giving.Eric's quote:“Africa is going to be home to MORE than half the world's population. In the next 6,000 days or less, there is going to be over 1 Billion young Africans aged between 0 and 30”In this conversation we cover things including:In this episode we discuss things like: The State of Web3 Talent in AfricaAya's Web3 FellowshipWhy Eric started AyagigsWhy he quit his jobThe Web3 Africa RaceAnd much moreTIMESTAMPS[0:00] - Intro[1:39] - Icebreaker with Eric[4:04] - Interview begins[36:36] - OutroCONNECT WITH ABOUT AYA GIGSWebsiteInstagram Linkedin TwitterLet us know your thoughts! Join the conversation on our Social Media handles.RATE THIS PODCAST ON APPLE OR SPOTIFYFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIAYouTube: https://youtube.com/thesoundofaccrapodcastWebsite: https://thesoundofaccra.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesoundofaccra/Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesoundofaccraFacebook: https://web.facebook.com/thesoundofaccraLinkedin: https://gh.linkedin.com/company/the-sound-of-accraLISTEN TO OTHER "A CONVERSATION WITH..." EPISODES BELOWhttps://linktr.ee/thesoundofaccrapodSupport the showLISTEN TO MORE EPISODES BELOWhttps://linktr.ee/thesoundofaccrapod
The Fess Sisters are back with another episode of Fess Up! They discuss the weird origin of pink lemonade, debate which Game of Thrones characters would win in a roasting contest, and discuss the sexuality of Santa Claus. They have Rick and Morty play the Newlywed Game and they figure out what two Bob's Burgers characters they are!
Greetings Village! #DailyAfricanProverbs takes us to #SouthAfrica The Proverb says: "Mix yourself with the grain and you will be eaten by the pigs." African proverbs are a beautiful way of looking at life and the world around us. The proverb above is from South Africa, and it's a reminder that we should be careful about the company we keep. It's important to associate with people who will lift us up and help us achieve our goals. With that said, African proverbs are also a great way to start a conversation. They're a perfect Icebreaker, and they can help you learn more about someone's culture and beliefs. If you don't know what to say, try starting with an African proverb. You never know where the conversation will take you. Join us on #AFIAPodcast to listen to our latest episode at 6 am PST/5 pm EAT Share your thoughts on this proverb in the comments below. SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn ******************************
Best-selling authors Jennifer Peel, Becky Monson, and Julie Coulter Bellon chat about ice-breaker questions---perfect for all the holiday parties and conversations you have coming up! Come laugh with us!
Episode 142: ICE BREAKERSIn this episode Tony and Arnel just simply chat about favorite ice breakers and other cringe topics such as calling Father God, "Dad" or "Daddy." Remember to like, subscribe and recommend to a friend. Contact us at email@example.com. If you would like to help our podcast, you can be a patron on our Patreon page, or you may make a donation on our paypal or venmo @CatholicDotDad.Support the show - http://www.patreon.com/ThisConnectedFOLLOW on Instagram:@catholic.dad & @minitangledEdited by Tony Pimentel - http://www.youtube.com/TonyPimentelTheme Song by: The Parousia BandRe-imagined Theme Song by Tony PimentelTrack - "Forever" by Anno Domini BeatsLive a life of holiness,B Blessed & B 3rdBook your stay at the cabin, Running Springs, CAInstagram: @thecabin2021Support the showYour blessing of support is needed and appreciated: https://www.patreon.com/ThisConnected
We are thankful for Jerami Grant and Jabari Walker who gave us lots to talk about and for everyone who take the time to listen to our podcast! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts! 1:00 Icebreaker: what do you think about the new jerseys 7:00 News Sign Ibou Badji waive Olivier Sarr (their other 2-way player is John Butler). 9:00 Olivier Sarr we hardly knew you :( 12:00 Shaedon getting more comfortable in interviews. 14:30 What we learned about Jerami Grant 18:15 Drafted by the 76ers during the darkest days of The Process 20:00 Goes to OKC when they are trying to figure out what to do after Kevin Durant leaves 22:30 Grant with the Denver Nuggets 24:00 Activism 27:00 Hour Generation 30:30 A little more about the Grant brothers 34:00 Basketball royalty weddings 37:00 What we learned about Jabari Walker 39:00 A bit about Samaki Walker first. Samaki Walker draft night suit. 43:00 Jabari's mom worked for the FBI. 47:00 Early basketball years - late bloomer with a very high basketball IQ 49:00 Highschool at Campbell Hall school in Los Angeles 50:00 Broken arm and leg 54:50 University of Colorado Boulder (announcement video) 57:45 A few more fun facts . . . 1:05:00 Social Media player of the week. Justise Enjoys a Sunset 1:08:00 Takes for the week: Brooke Olzendam is the best. Justise Winslow is right about a lot of things. Join us on Discord! Its a place where we can share our love for the Blazers, talk about games, and get to know other Blazer fans. Its kind of like Twitter but its not. There are different channels with different topics and you can join in where you want, and ignore the stuff you don't want to see. Give it a try! You can also still find us on Twitter: @wehaveatake, @tcbbiggs @roselharding
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Welcome back! We have guest this episode!! Xavier from Peaks & Peeves Podcast joins the fun! The Thotties and X share their Swipe Rights & Swipe Lefts. Marco goes through 5 Stages of Breakups and brings ups some Ice Breakers. Sexual Ice Breakers! Serious Culture Topic covers how Mexicans celebrate the holidays. For U Member Marco and Xavier talk about how they met and their fun interaction! Follow Xavier on IG at @zonexavierrThank you all for listening, don't forget to follow, like, share, comment, subscribe to all our social media platforms, Apple Podcast and Spotify! SHARE SHARE SHARE BY WORD OF MOUTH YALL! IG- @mesith0tspod, @mlc_32, @karinatienetumbao Youtube- Mesi Thots https://youtube.com/channel/UCrEXJQyL8VhM--iWHS8YeNgTwitter- podmesiFB- Mesi Thots TikTok- mesithotspodEmail- firstname.lastname@example.org
Google Wallet llega a México, Netflix te ayuda a eliminar gorrones y Meta colabora en el desarrollo de Galáctica.Puedes apoyar la realización de este programa con una suscripción. Más información por acáNoticias:-Netflix lanzó una nueva configuración para “Administra acceso y dispositivos” con la cual los propietarios de cuentas podrán ver y cerrar sesiones de forma remota en los dispositivos en donde se usa la cuenta. -Finalmente llega a México Google Wallet. En su lanzamiento, Google estableció alianza con Nu, Hey Banco, Banorte, Banregio, Inbursa, Mastercard y Visa. -La NASA lanzó su nave espacial Orion. Esta es la primera nave espacial en usar la activación por tiempo vía ethernet, o TTE para tráfico crítico mixto en una red. -Microsoft lanzó una nueva aplicación de Games for Work en Teams, lo que permite a los compañeros de trabajo jugar Solitario, Buscaminas, Wordament o IceBreakers entre ellos durante una junta. -Meta AI colaboró con el proyecto comunitario Papers with Code para generar el gran modelo de lenguaje Galáctica, diseñado para almacenar, combinar y razonar sobre contenido científico. Análisis: ¿Para qué sirve un Gran Modelo de Lenguage?¿Prefieres leer las noticias? ¡Suscríbete a mi newsletter y te llegarán todos los días! Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/noticias-de-tecnologia-express. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's midnight, and the Squad is gathering together to discuss Mike Flanagan's latest Netflix series “The Midnight Club,” based on the novel by Christopher Pike. We won't be telling our own scary stories, but we will be breaking down all the themes explored in this show and discussing each character's astrological sign. Do you agree with our takes? Listen in and then let us know by emailing email@example.com. Don't forget to come back next time to join our discussion of “The Women Could Fly” by Megan Giddings (11/28). And on our next othersode, we'll chat about nurse Mark's new favorite TV show “Interview with the Vampire” (12/12). **CONTENT WARNING** This show deals with themes of depression and suicide, which we touch on during our discussion. If you or a loved one is struggling with suicidal thoughts, call 988 or visit https://afsp.org/TOC:30 – Icebreaker 7:40 – Show intro8:40 – Show structure 19:05 – Character analysis 1:10:00 – Thoughts on cancer stories 1:28:23 – Listener feedback 1:35:33 – What's on the blog? What's up next?Donate to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society: https://givenow.lls.org/
Welcome to the slightly revamped edition of Everyday Dungeon Master! Inside you will find new Icebreakers, new intros, and new music for your listening pleasure! Hope you enjoy! Hello and welcome to Everyday Dungeon Master! Today's guest DM is Mike. On today's episode we talk all about tips and tricks for the Everyday Dungeon Master New & Old. Mike talks about the importance of being your own style of DM, not listening to negative Nancies out there because everything doesn't suck and the importance of understanding that your players do NOT need you to be perfect as most players are just happy you are willing to run the game for them! For our monster spotlight today, Mike shines a light on the ghostly, incorporeal Banshee! This terrifying creature is low on the CR (depending on the party level) but high on the punch with a wail that can drop your players straight to 0 HP. This high stakes game makes it high on the thrills is that is what your party is into! Also, you should check out Mike's actual-play podcast called The Hired Swords. These one-hour bite sized episodes pack a punch and are a great time! With that, I hope you enjoy today's episode. If you are a DM wanting to be featured on a future episode send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on Facebook at @EverydayDMPod. Proudly part of the Find Familiar Media Podcast Network. Happy Gaming, Nerdy Adventurers! Music Credits: Intro Song: A Seafaring Adventure by All Good Folks Used with permission under Creative Common License: B81RQXNWH5VAQNSQ Break Songs: Make Believe by Little Planet Used with permission under Creative Common License: 1G04PHT8VNTJRAUZ Dance of Devils by Giulio Fazio Used with permission under Creative Common License: 3H2DRHAB1TXMVOY8 The Bards Tale by Simon Folwar Used with permission under Creative Common License: IHX64BOVAYE94RFV Outro Song: Unbreakable by Roman Used with permission under Creative Common License: FFWFDC7K3W89NFIR
The Fess Girls get spooky just days after Halloween's end for this episode of Fess Up! They talk haunted house improvements, who would win in a showdown between a witch, a mummy, a cat, and frankenstein, and assign Hogwarts houses to fictional characters. They make sure they "Consider the Lobster", they ruin fictional horror villains one by one, and they discover what Nightmare Before Christmas characters they are! Remember, folks: Crones are pointy and Hags sag!
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Chuck Liddell (@chuckliddell) is a retired mixed martial arts fighter and a member of the UFC Hall of Fame. He sits down with Chris Van Vliet inside his home in Los Angeles, CA to talk about his legendary UFC career, his podcast called "Icebreakers" with comedian Adam Ray, his fights with Tito Ortiz, Randy Couture, Kevin Randleman and others, what it feels like to knock someone out and how it feels when you get knocked out, the career path he was on if he didn't become a fighter and much more! If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you to please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcast/iTunes? It takes less than a minute and makes a huge difference in helping to spread the word about the show and also to convince some hard-to-get guests. For more information about Chris Van Vliet and INSIGHT go to: https://podcast.chrisvanvliet.com Follow CVV on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/ChrisVanVliet Twitter: twitter.com/ChrisVanVliet Facebook: facebook.com/ChrisVanVliet YouTube: youtube.com/ChrisVanVliet TikTok: tiktok.com/@Chris.VanVliet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Not sure how to build community and connection with your team this Halloween? Witch, please...I got you! I'm sharing 2 Halloween retrospectives and lots of great icebreakers to get teams talking, engaging, and on their way to working more effectively. Tune in, it's going to be wickedly fun!This is part 3 of 3 in my Halloween-themed series.Show Notes:Part 1: https://www.darngoodleadership.com/1998001/11466995Part 2: (this show goes with the Halloween Bingo Retro) https://www.darngoodleadership.com/1998001/11506299Download your Halloween retrospective and icebreaker cards here: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6988391989201301504Contact Darn Good Leadership: Email email@example.com
The Perfect Icebreaker For Your Next Virtual Presentation; Corporate waffle at the start of virtual sales presentations makes my blood boil. “Hi my name is (insert name) and I work for (insert company) as their (insert role) and what we do is (insert corporate waffle).” From what I see, this is how 99% of sales presentations begin. And from what I observe, it creates an immediate disconnection. Within seconds, your potential customers are secretly thinking… “I know exactly how the rest of this presentation is going to go…” They switch off… And you instantly begin competing for their attention. Here's my truth - your goal is to get somebody's attention and keep it so you can teach them something of value. If done right, you MIGHT be seen as the potential guide to take them from pain to glory. But in a virtual first world, how can you lead with something simple, different and personal when delivering a webinar or group presentation? Enter my my “Stack The Energy Method”. When done intentionally, this method allows you to segway beautifully into a story that keeps your prospect's attention. In this week's episode of The Influential Communicator, I unlock my “Stack The Energy Method” for starting your next virtual presentation with a bang. Let's get right into it...hit that play button! WHAT WE DISCUSS: [0:54] - Ravi's Stack-The-Energy method [2:38] - Step 1: Asking a low pain-threshold question [4:14] - Step 2: Asking a medium pain-threshold question [8:01] - Step 3: Asking a high-pain threshold question VALUABLE INSIGHTS AND KEY TOPICS: Build an audience engagement plan before you deliver a virtual presentation Use the "Stack The Energy Method" and then share a personal story Making use of the chat function as a tool to build audience (or prospect) momentum USEFUL RESOURCES: Subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBttnqRsGfNr1GTikmyAP8w Tune on via Desktop: https://www.theravirajani.com/podcast Social Media: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ravirajani/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theravirajani Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBttnqRsGfNr1GTikmyAP8w Want to learn more about Insightly, our sponsor of this week's show? Head over to www.insightly.com/influential to learn more about how you can build customer relationships that last a lifetime through a CRM that aligns your teams, elevates the customer experience and drives sales growth. Your free 14-day trial awaits you!
In this episode the Fess Sisters get distracted at every turn—ooh, look over there! They discuss the surname of Alan Tudyk, describe themselves as eggs, and consider if racecar drivers like to drive when they're not at work. They think about what the world would be like if hair changed like leaves, and decide which two Solar Opposites characters they are.
RetroLogic - Episode 89 Welcome to RetroLogic episode 89 - I'm Dan Caporello here with John Cummins, Sam Wagers, Adam Caorello, Liam Davenport, and Seth Sturgill But RetroLogic isn't just a podcast, It's a whole community of retro gamers! Visit RetroLogic.games for our discord link, fair trade merch, blog posts written by Sam Wagers…And dive into our family of podcasts!RetroGroove, a music history podcast, and On Topic Retro, a podcast dedicated to 1 video game per episode hosted by our very own John Cummins. Housekeeping: Streaming: Mega Mondays! Mega Man Network Transmission On Topic Retro #15 Phantasy Star Retro Groove S2 E6 Steve Albini and the Integrity of Sound Film Logic - Super Mario Movie Teaser minisode Icebreaker - what did you buy? And what did you play? Sam: Bought: Liberty or Death (SNES) Played: Megaman Network Transmission, Splatoon 3, Progress in Majora's Mask Dan: Golden Sun Dark Dawn, Wario Master of Disguise John: Retroid Pocket 3, California Games NES cib, XC3 Collectors ED, Potion Permit, Govelllius, Zillion II, Alien Syndrome, Ghost House SMS, Esper Dream fam disk system. : Adam : Liam: Seth: . 41:00 - 1:05:00The price is RETRO “If this is your first time playing The Price Is Retro, this is how we play. I'm going to list off 4-5 games, and everyone else has to guess how much the games are worth in total. Whoever's guess is the closest wins that round, and the next person lists off their games. Everyone brought a list of games, and everyone guesses on each other's lists. At the end of the game, whoever won the most rounds wins the game!But look out for Polterguest! He guesses $300 on each list, and if he wins the game I have to give away a sticker from the merch store!” Liam's List Seth's List John's list Sam's list Dan's list Flightsy's List (guess the games first) PrestoTheMagnificent (polterguest list) WHOS THE NEXT PIR PLAYER? The Ambassitor - the worlds hardest gmaecube quiz “Spot the fake” “We're given a list of game titles, and we have to guess which one was made up” “Games Described Badly” “We're given several descriptions of video games and we have to guess what game is being described.” “Retro-pedia” “I'm going to start reading the description of a game from wikipedia. As soon as you think you know it, yell out your answer! If you're wrong I'm giving the other people an opportunity to guess. If everyone's wrong I'll keep reading until someone else yells out.” “Trivia Card” Name that game - Sam Show Topic - 1:49:51 Community Couch DANVERSE What's your favorite RetroLogic memory from this season? What game did we inspire you to get into? Where is Polterguest going now that he's exiting this mortal plane? Flightsy My favorite RetroLogic memory from this season was when Dan trash talked Garfield, and then everyone on the server decided to never let him live that down. You inspired me to get back into Mario Vs DK Mini Land Mayhem (even tho no one joined me ). Polterguest will change their name to Polterlistener, and just lurk around the discord WarriorofWASD I love the voice work of the guest who did Fat Princess Questions@PrestoTheMagnificent If you lost all of your gaming memories except one, which memory would bring you back to gaming/recover your lost memories Eric Plunk For me it'd be Christmas Day 1996. Lots of snow on the ground which didn't always happen in Tennessee. Entering a 3D world for the first time (other than sampling it at a Walmart kiosk earlier) in Super Mario 64 was magical. My friend that recently passed Outro Thanks for listening to the RetroLogic Podcast! We are proudly part of the Nintendo Dads family of podcasts. If you like what you hear, check me out on Twitter and Instagram @RetrologicGames. You're also welcome to jump into our friendly and 100% non-toxic Discord Community! The link to that is in my twitter bio. You can also find everything on our website Retrologic.games
A wild weekend at the Thompson World Series has come and gone as our beloved beer pong table has been laid to rest. Always a blast at the big events down in Connecticut! Bring on the Icebreaker. Thanks for Hudson Speedway for being on board again this week, be sure to check out the Black Flagged Tavern at the Run What You Brung race this Sunday 10/16! Support the show
Rafael Barlowe (@Barlowe500) blazed his own trail to become one of the most connected and sought after people to talk to about upcoming NBA prospects. He also happens to be a long-time Trail Blazers fan! Tara got to know him, heard more about how he got to where he is today and talked about the Blazer's younger players. Tune in, and if you don't already follow his work, you'll have a new favorite source for NBA draft content! 1:00 Taking over NBA Big Board from Chad Ford 7:00 Icebreaker (even though the ice was broken!) What is your favorite season and where? 8:00 Rafael is a Trail Blazers fan! Like from waaaaaay back! 9:36 How Rafael became a basketball/Trail Blazers fan 13:00 It's always fun to remember a Blazers win over the Jazz 15:15 The journey to his dream job 19:30 Learning the business 21:00 Getting his first video featured on Washington Post 24:00 First jobs in Europe 25:45 Keep tweeting- you never know who is watching! 28:45 Young players playing - how many players do you have to learn about to be ready to do the draft work? 31:30 Jabrai Walker thoughts “he had a magnet to the ball” 33:00 Trendon Watford thoughts 34:30 Brandon Williams gets cut :( 36:00 Mike Schmitz to the Blazers and international scouting 39:45 Keon Johnson thoughts - will he end up being the biggest part of that Clippers deal? 41:45 How the team has changed since the lost to the Pelicans in the first round 42:45 Greg Brown III - Will he find a place on this team? 44:15 Shaedon Sharpe - his role is one of the top 10 storylines as the season develops 48:15 Thoughts on the new coach? 53:30 Wrap up - where to find Rafael's work and what to look for this year Thank you for listening to the WHAT podcast! You can support the show & help us out by leaving a 5-star rating and a review on iTunes! Music used in the episode: "Happy Alley" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
If we could give this book a million stars, we would. Nate Hawkins has moved to the tippy-top of the Boyfriend Pyramid and is the new god-tier blueprint. Icebreaker is a hockey and figure skating, college sports romance with swoon and spice that packs a punch. We have a very special Q&A with Hannah Grace, the mastermind behind Icebreaker, so tune in at 18:56 to hear her thoughts! Nothing says spooky like a reverse harem, so tune in next week as we cover Scream For Us by Molly Doyle. As always, follow along with us on Instagram and TikTok @spicerackpod
David Silva is a web developer and founder of Techqueria, the largest community of Latinx professionals in the tech industry, with over 18,000 members. In this episode, we explore his tech path, from learning to code as a young child in Colombia to studying religion in Israel, working in startups in San Francisco, and finally settling in New York. We also talk about how difficult it can be to start a business as a minority and how important it is to find and create a community. Jump straight into: (01:27) - Icebreaker questions: David's philosophy and mindset, his latest obsession, and the two words that describe him the most. (10:46) - Introducing David Silva: a man who is always around education and goes wherever his curiosity leads him. (14:45) - David's journey to engineering. (17:14) - The biggest challenges of owning a consulting firm and working as a freelancer. (23:21) - The motivation behind TETA: a safe community for Latinos who work in tech. (30:17 ) - The importance of finding a community to encourage and empower one another. Episode Resources: Connect with David through https://www.instagram.com/dvidsilva/ (Instagram) and https://twitter.com/dvidsilva?s=20&t=RWM6u12dsPOpPQzqcFvQog (Twitter). Techqueria | https://techqueria.org (Homepage)
Chad Miller returns to answer a new set of Icebreakers and to talk about his brand new book 'the Prisoner of fear' Learn more about Chad Miller (the Author - not the realestate man from Florida): Chadmiller-author.com Chad Miller's publisher: https://www.hearourvoicellc.com Contact Stories: the true and the fictional: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on the socials: FB: Facebook.com/storiesthetrueandthefictional IG: @stories_podcast Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzIXhRcUvPPAzpCL-_a9N4w This episode is sponsored by Rebecca Cassells, Author of the Rising Dawn Series. Buy her books on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/.../e/B08WCH6RHG/ Follow her on the socials: IG: Rebecca.cassells.92 FB: Rebecca Cassells books - Sign up as a sponsor and have your book, product or works advertised on the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sttatf
Rihanna is redefining the NFL as the National Fenty League. Plus: missing middle school sleepovers? Us too! Grab your matching pajamas, and get to know Josie Totah, Alycia Pascual-Peña, and Yasmine Hamady a little more through a series of icebreaker questions and a classic game of truth or dare. Show NotesTaller Salud (non-profit helping Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona)Fundación Solidaria Del Divino Niño Jesús and Direct Relief (non-profits helping Dominican Republic after storms)Women's Committee NCRI and United4Iran (non-profits helping Iran during Mahsa Amini protests)
RetroLogic - Episode 88 Introduction Welcome to RetroLogic episode 88 - I'm Dan Caporello here with John Cummins, Sam Wagers. But RetroLogic isn't just a podcast, It's a whole community of retro gamers! Visit RetroLogic.games for our discord link, fair trade merch, blog posts written by Sam Wagers…And dive into our family of podcasts!RetroGroove, a music history podcast, and On Topic Retro, a podcast dedicated to 1 video game per episode hosted by our very own John Cummins. Housekeeping: Streaming: Mega Mondays! Icebreaker - what did you buy? And what did you play? Eric: Splatoon 3 Mario Kart 8 with my wife. Sam: Inindo: way of the ninja, Romance of the 3 kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire (SNES) Played: Inindo, splatoon 3, battle network Dan: splat 3, Everdrive GBA, DKCR guide, Lovers in a Dangerous Space Time. The price is RETRO “If this is your first time playing The Price Is Retro, this is how we play. I'm going to list off 4-5 games, and everyone else has to guess how much the games are worth in total. Whoever's guess is the closest wins that round, and the next person lists off their games. Everyone brought a list of games, and everyone guesses on each other's lists. At the end of the game, whoever won the most rounds wins the game!But look out for Polterguest! He guesses $300 on each list, and if he wins the game I have to give away a sticker from the merch store!” Erics' list Sam's list Dan's list Ambassador's game: Guess that Ubisoft Game “Spot the fake” “We're given a list of game titles, and we have to guess which one was made up” “Games Described Badly” “We're given several descriptions of video games and we have to guess what game is being described.” “Retro-pedia” “I'm going to start reading the description of a game from wikipedia. As soon as you think you know it, yell out your answer! If you're wrong I'm giving the other people an opportunity to guess. If everyone's wrong I'll keep reading until someone else yells out.” “Trivia Card” Show Topic - Back to the Future with Eric Plunk Community Couch DANVERSE QuestionsOopsQuestion for the crew is if you could have a game based off any long running properties what property would you want it based off of and what type of game would it be? I would want a persona game based off the storylines from Days of our lives runs from the late 80s and early 90s. Flightsy CCQ: Why do they call it oven when you of in the cold food of out hot eat the food? Dan Why do you bake cookies, cook fries, and fry bacon? Adam/Octorock Why do you drive on a parkway and park in a driveway? Warrior of WASD Why do you Solid a snake, Tony a Hawk, and Star a Fox? Outro Thanks for listening to the RetroLogic Podcast! We are proudly part of the Nintendo Dads family of podcasts. If you like what you hear, check me out on Twitter and Instagram @RetrologicGames. You're also welcome to jump into our friendly and 100% non-toxic Discord Community! The link to that is in my twitter bio. You can also find everything on our website Retrologic.games
Have you ever wondered what is the most important question in psychotherapy? No spoilers here just check out the conversation! https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/insight-therapy/202209/the-most-important-question-in-therapy Transcript: you're listening to psych with Mike for more episodes or to connect with the show with comments ideas or to be a 0:07 guest go to www.psychwithmike.com follow the show on 0:12 Twitter at psych with Mike or like the Facebook page at psych with Mike now 0:18 here's psych with Mike welcome into the site with Mike Library this is Dr Michael Mahon and I am here with Mr Brett Newcombe hello the uh psych with 0:26 Mike Library window is open that's a new way to start yeah I mean I 0:32 guess people could walk by and ask for ice cream but you can either look in the window or jump out yeah whichever you 0:37 want whichever you feel is how do you feel about that I I feel really good about it I'm the point is that it's it's 0:45 very nice outside and after the summer that we've had in St Louis I am really 0:53 glad that the weather is milder it's been a beautiful week yeah so uh we 1:01 don't even need to get into global warming because that's because that's a crazy kind of divisive 1:07 topic but uh it was really hot this summer yeah and it's hard still hot in 1:14 major sections of the country and the world yeah it and and when you look at what's been going on in India uh in a 1:21 third of the country underwater that's I can't even conceive of what that would 1:27 be like yeah so anyway so I'm glad that we're going to get some milder temperatures I am uh a feared that the 1:37 Farmer's Almanac is predicting a tremendous amount of snow in the St 1:44 Louis area for this winter so we'll see how how that works out yeah 1:50 so how are you today I'm doing well you don't want to talk about anything we were talking about before the before we 1:56 started this do you no okay because there's been lots of stuff going 2:03 on there is always always interesting in doing therapy people come in and it's 2:08 like there's always going on lots of stuff going on yeah so 2:14 um when you were doing therapy I think that 2:19 uh probably each individual person doing 2:26 therapy has their own style obviously yes yeah 2:34 and probably most people would have a different answer to this question but 2:39 what was your favorite or most important question in therapy 2:52 how are you this week and what would you like to talk about so what's hot what's Burning uh in your 3:00 mind your Mentor slash hero um 3:05 blanking on his name yellow yeah Irving yallum uh uh his intro question was what 3:14 hails so in all of his books that's how he would start out all of his therapy 3:20 sessions what what else what else yeah um which I always found pedantic and 3:28 beatnik like yeah but uh but yeah I mean he always wore the black turtleneck and 3:34 I don't know that he wore what is the the cap that the French wear you know we all have our affectations in 3:42 our presentation exactly I used to tell people would call and say yeah I'm thinking about coming to you I've been referred to you uh 3:49 How will I know and I would say you know it is incredibly important that there is 3:55 a sense of safety and connectivity for this to work so come see me come see me 4:00 once or twice and don't pay me but if you come back the third time pay me for 4:06 three sessions and every session after that but I really feel like if you spend some time with me you'll get a sense of 4:13 whether I'm going to be a fit for you whether I'm going to be able to hear you and what you need to talk about right uh 4:21 well you're Jumping the Shark because we we definitely want to talk about what is a good therapist yeah but so when we're 4:29 talking specifically about the questions do you believe 4:34 that the therapists questions 4:41 are important for directing the course of therapy or do you believe that the 4:46 therapist is more of a passenger a passive so I taught in a counseling 4:52 program for 35 years and I would constantly say to my students who wanted 4:58 to become therapists and in addition to having my private practice for all those years but I would say to my students you 5:05 cannot do formula therapy you can't have a formula that you follow for every client that comes in whether that's a 5:13 label that you apply to yourself I'm a cognitive behavioral therapist or I'm a union therapist or whatever 5:21 uh because people don't know that and don't understand that they don't know what it represents what it means what 5:28 you need to say is I am invested in paying attention to you and 5:35 hearing what it is that you need to have heard and then proving to you that I've heard you 5:41 accurately and correctly both both in terms of what you say and in terms of what you're feeling when you say it so 5:47 we will explore that reality for you and if that's a fit then be spending time here will help you 5:54 make progress with whatever concerns that you have I think you'll get better but if if I'm not the fit then go 6:01 somewhere else don't say well therapy doesn't work I went to this guy he was a bozo there are bozos out there but if 6:07 you feel comfortable with me and we can spend time together I believe that we 6:14 can make progress in terms of what hurts you or what you need to address in your life to make your life better but just 6:22 as far as the the who's driving the train yeah do you 6:27 believe that the therapist no drives a trainer do you believe the client right yeah yeah and I'm not bringing it to the 6:35 table you are my job is to ask you what are you bringing to the table right what what's going on and then do reflective 6:41 uh listening to say well this week you said you were bringing to the table an 6:47 argument that you had with your boss but we spent 45 minutes here talking about other things and I'm wondering how to 6:53 understand that if that's what was hot for you when you got here we haven't even approached it and we've nibbled at 6:59 a time or two but we keep going down these other paths about this or that or the other so I'm wondering how to 7:05 understand it I'm wondering how you understand that so the most important question is the question that helps to 7:12 direct the client towards themselves better self-awareness right and they'll 7:19 come out in and they'll throw out red herrings so that they feel like we spent a 7:25 productive hour and you feel like we spend a productive hour because we try to solve this puzzle it's a very seductive thing they'll ask for advice 7:32 what do you think in your experience how does this work uh why and they always 7:37 want to talk about somebody else why is my mother doing this why is my mother this way and the 7:44 to my thinking the point of being there isn't to figure out why your mothers are your boss or your next door right why 7:50 you are enduring this or tolerating this or making these choices 7:56 and we talk about emotional economics you know you're frustrated you're upset you're angry you're hurt you're sad 8:01 whatever how's that costing you what's that costing you in terms of physiological 8:08 issues are you having chest pains or you're having anxiety attacks do you have headaches you're having trouble sleeping you've got TMJ problems what's 8:16 going on with the way that you handle this issue and then in terms of your emotional 8:22 status are you grouchy are you angry are you sad are you numb uh are you 8:28 frustrated I so many times having conversation with parents and they would come in and talk about 8:34 and I said to my child how many times do I have to tell you and I'd start laughing at them and I'd say you know if 8:40 you've heard yourself say that more than twice you've said it too many times yeah so let's let's talk about Plan B if just 8:48 telling them you need to do your homework and they're not or you need to wash the dishes clear the table whatever 8:54 it is you've asked them to do and they haven't done it what's next so I think that 9:01 many therapists we've both been involved in programs teaching in programs that 9:07 educate the next generation of therapists and 9:12 from the therapist that I know and the students that I've taught 9:18 it feels like to me and I could be wrong so I'll ask you what your reflection on 9:23 this is that a lot of their a lot of people who are going to school to be therapists want the formula they want 9:31 some kind of reassurance that you you give me the formula the questions to ask 9:37 I'll ask the questions and then I've discharged my duty that'll make me feel like that I'm doing what is right and 9:45 you know the insurance companies uh support that thought absolutely because they want to pay certain amounts for 9:51 certain things and they claim that the data collection that they have justifies the approval or the expense or the money 9:57 investment at a time uh but I I keep coming back to you know formula therapy 10:02 and agenda therapy I think both are not therapy and I also would say 35 years of 10:11 teaching and counseling program at two different universities um a lot of people who come to try to 10:18 become therapists are so seriously wounded that they're going to hamstring 10:24 themselves right by their issues right uh and their agendas you know you can't be 10:31 proselytizing for your agenda uh whatever it may be 10:36 whatever you're really promoting is the right answer that's not doing therapy yeah and when we were in grad school and 10:44 and you did Role Play Everybody did role play we hate role play okay but but everybody does it and and I did it 10:51 poorly well but we did I mean we had actual groups in in your group therapy 10:57 class we did and but I said we're not role playing what what whether you call that role playing or not but but you 11:05 know I used to say all the time the next time that somebody says to me the reason I got into this because everybody asks 11:11 oh why'd you get into this program you know that's the first that's the Icebreaker for every class that you go to so the next time somebody says oh you 11:18 know I have a dysfunctional family I wanted to understand it but I'm gonna punch him in the throat okay you know no which is a very clinical reaction well 11:25 you're in a Therapy Program well I was in there yeah it wasn't like I was doing therapy uh and and no doctor said oh I 11:32 went to medical school because I knew my appendix was going to go bad at some point and I wanted to be able to take it out I know how to deal with it yeah so 11:39 you know that's a bad bad reason to go I went to to school to be a therapist 11:44 because I couldn't pass calculus is what they're saying it's the answer that they 11:49 give but they're not deep enough there's something under that for what drives you I want to help people I'm on a mission 11:55 from God I believe in doing good in the world whatever it might be or I think uh 12:00 I know I was abused as a child and I know how damaging abuse is and so I want 12:06 to protect all children from being abused but that's a reason to be in therapy not a reason to do therapy 12:12 exactly yeah yeah I agree with that 100 yeah and and so you know that doesn't 12:18 mean that you shouldn't be doing therapy but you shouldn't be if you're using your own dysfunctional past as the 12:25 motivation for why you're doing therapy I think you're going to get caught up in that agenda profile 12:32 well that is uh one of the reasons why for a number of years I refuse to see 12:38 active acting out alcoholics because I came from a violent alcoholic family and 12:44 I had so many of my own personal and that's called counter okay don't feed me lines like 12:50 that you want to say it say it that's called counter transfer yes I know okay uh so you try not to do that you don't 12:58 want to do that as a therapist yeah it disrupts the connection the dynamic the 13:05 orientation of the session they're paying you to listen to you and that's 13:11 not what you're supposed to be doing right and I didn't work with and still don't if I can help it work with sexual 13:18 abusers and people say oh well you should you know work with everybody or what you know I didn't feel like I don't 13:26 work with borderlines I don't feel like that that is my clinical expertise yeah I don't have the expertise or you say 13:32 those those issues are too close to me I can't I can't see clearly I can't hear but it is the therapist's responsibility 13:40 to know what you know the Old Dirty Harry line a man's got to know his limitations yeah you got to know what 13:45 your limitations are and you have to practice within those limitations I don't I don't not see borderlines 13:53 because I don't think I'm clinically able I don't see borderlines because I find that push your buttons yeah I get 13:59 seduced by the borderline presentation seduce or distracted 14:04 yeah because they'll say here chase this rabbit or here chase this rabbit and every once in a while you're so focused 14:11 on a particular kind of rabbit that you're like oh I'm after that and then again they're steering the 14:17 direction of the conversation to reinforce their own circumstances 14:23 right and justify them but it isn't to me it isn't a weakness 14:28 for a therapist to say this isn't my area of special I agree it's a string I 14:34 would agree with that yeah now that at the same time I also don't think that 14:39 new therapists should say I'm exclusively an alcohol substance abuse 14:46 counselor no because I think that makes them feel safe because they are trained or they know the right answer they know 14:53 the theories that they're taught in school or that they've been taught in school slash AAA uh and so they notice 15:00 that you know one day at a time uh let go and let God and never say those 15:05 things automatically in conversations uh they can laugh about things like 13 15:12 stepping uh on a 12-step program the hell does that mean what's going on there uh so they know the inside Works 15:19 they feel safer but individuals are never limited to 15:25 whatever the presenting pathology is and so if you say oh I can only work with 15:31 substance abuse individuals then but but those people have other issues this 15:36 diamond only has one facet right yeah right so I'm my you know 15:42 encouragement my advice to people who are doing therapy or newly thinking about going into therapy is you got to 15:49 find that balance don't try and practice outside your expertise but also don't limit yourself to one specific pathology 15:58 so then that brings me to therapists need to either uh okay hold 16:05 on to that question and or that thought and we'll pick that up after our break I might forget 16:12 hey Brett if you were going to tell somebody to check out something on the 16:19 Internet to help them with their mental health what would you tell them I tell them to listen to sex with Mike why 16:25 would you tell him that because it's probably one of the most easily listenable experiences you can have that 16:32 would give you information that's useful for a whole spectrum of concerns that 16:38 people have I agree and I have actually been told that by at least a dozen 16:44 people several of whom were not married to me and some of them didn't even know 16:50 me that's amazing that is amazing it's when when we get that kind of feedback 16:56 from people it is so incredibly humbling and overwhelming for me it is for both 17:03 of us so we really appreciate it and as always if it's Friday it's Mike 17:09 [Music] all right we're back did you forget I 17:15 don't know like it just comes and goes so quickly now what I was going to say is and again the thing that I used to 17:21 say to people all the time never practice alone if you practice alone it's too easy to get distorted and 17:29 caught up in rhythms that uh if you had supervision or and even collegial not 17:36 hierarchical supervisor yeah working for a boss who can tell you yes or no but uh 17:42 collegial supervision and most therapists I know do have those kind of groups that they meet with and they talk 17:47 to and you say I have this client that's really pushing all my buttons all right this client that's presenting this this 17:53 singing and it makes me so sad or I'm so concerned about them that I am losing my objectivity uh or I have issues with 18:02 keeping boundaries for this particular kind of experience and other therapists 18:08 and clinicians can say well I have that so you're not crazy you're not not rare and this is a way that I work with it 18:15 how do you work with it and we can have those conversations to help keep you professional and focused keep both you 18:22 and your clients safe from contamination and it's really an important issue so do 18:27 you think that therapy so if I'm doing therapy and I'm in therapy does that 18:33 serve that was the same question that we had for 35 years yeah does every therapist need to be in therapy and I 18:40 would not make that as a legalistic qualifier I would say it's probably a good idea but I would say you need to 18:47 have collegial or hierarchical supervision over your cases so okay so 18:53 uh I want to I want to drill down on that a little bit because you know I think that you should be in therapy if 18:59 you're doing therapy because I think it keeps clean the transference counter transference projective identification 19:05 but I'm not sure that it serves the same function as collegial supervision 19:12 I'm not sure anymore okay so if I'm going to therapy and I'm talking about my counter transference that may help me 19:20 be cleaner in being able to identify and deal with the counter transference but 19:25 may not necessarily help me in the area of boundaries so I I went to therapy and 19:34 one of the challenges that I understood going in that I discussed with my 19:39 therapist going in is having done therapy as a provider for 35 19:45 years I feel like I'm at risk to play therapy games and 19:51 head games if you helped me find a live nerve that might 19:56 be painful or frightening for me instead of going with that and 20:02 experiencing whatever that is I'm capable of distracting you with something else 20:07 and I don't want to do that so we both need to help watch me and so that I can 20:15 avoid that because as any other human being when I 20:20 get to the most raw places inside me that I'm trying to get out and put on 20:25 display for the therapist to say how do you understand this uh what does 20:31 that make you think about me am I accurately pulling it out of me or am I 20:38 still guarding it and guiding it and lying about it uh it's a scary proposition so I will avoid 20:44 it and people do that in therapy all the time that's why the presenting problem that they first come to you with is almost never the real issue in their 20:51 lives it is an issue it's a real issue but it's never the issue 20:57 so you have to spend enough time making them safe solving problems not solving 21:02 for them but with them so they can build the trust in the process and in you and 21:10 in themselves to be able to look deeper yeah so do you agree though that therapy 21:16 is not the same as collegial supervision yes I do and and so if you're going to have 21:21 one you should definitely have collegial supervision you can certainly have both 21:27 yeah absolutely okay so that's what we're saying to people is that you got to at 21:32 least have the collegial supervision yeah and and it doesn't have to be formalized like you and I have had a 21:38 relationship since before I was ever a therapist so for as long as I've been a 21:44 a practicing therapist you and I have had that relationship 21:51 okay not not that I'm aware of okay uh but I mean you you have to you're trying 21:57 to blame all that on me I know where this is you have to take that responsibility for yourself but uh so 22:02 sometimes that was more formalized when we were in a group practice together and sometimes it's been less formalized I 22:07 don't think that it needs to be formal I think that you have to oh you're gonna do it over coffee you just need to get 22:14 it on a regular basis right and and all of the knowledgeable or trained or licensed participants need to bring 22:21 something to the table mm-hmm well what have you been seeing because another thing that happens is really that's such 22:27 a great point though is themes or threads go through a community and it's 22:32 like wildfire contagion so you get a half a dozen new clients and they're all 22:39 dealing with depression and you go to collegial therapy and everybody else is saying my god I've had so many people 22:44 coming in with depression in the last couple weeks which it's in the water uh just to by way of an example and it's 22:51 helpful to get that feedback and it's helpful to get everybody else's perspective on how are you dealing with 22:58 that how are you approaching that I remember having a meeting I don't know if you'll remember this but when we were 23:03 in a group practice right and the gal who was the director actually took you 23:09 and I into a room because she wanted to have these Grand uh clinical meetings 23:16 yeah and so we would have these meetings and say okay somebody needs to present a 23:21 case and crickets crickets crickets and she took you and I into a room and said you guys are the seniors here everybody 23:29 looks up to you and you guys need to present because that'll make everybody 23:34 else feel safe and and I don't know that either one of us well 23:39 I wasn't opposed to the presenting I was opposed to the way it was presented to 23:45 me yeah because I quasi staged yeah well I mean it was like you you like we were 23:51 getting dressed down because nobody else would participate but I will say that we started doing those things regularly and 23:58 other people did start to open up and some of those meetings were really 24:04 really good and beneficial I think not just for the individual who was presenting the information but for 24:10 everybody the community that was in that room yeah exactly yeah I mean that can be so powerful absolutely and 24:17 encouraging you know you get reinforced that you're not saying it wrong you're not seeing it 24:22 incorrectly you're handling it well according to the committee opinion and 24:28 that's positive affirmation and we all appreciate positive affirmation so let's Circle back to what the original topic 24:34 was which was the most important question in therapy and this idea of the 24:41 difference between an open-ended and a closed-ended question what's the difference between so a couple things 24:46 occurred to me one is when clients becoming new clients would come in sometime in the first session or two one 24:53 of the questions that I would ask is if our work together is productive and 25:01 positive and on target how will your life be different if what we do together is beneficial for you 25:08 what will be different what are you looking for do you know do you think do you feel 25:15 your relationship your mother be improved your relationship with your mother will be severed you'll get out of 25:20 bankruptcy who knows what it's going to be but you have a concept of that so 25:27 then they start talking and what that does is sets for the 25:33 therapist if not the client what the goals of therapy are so a lot of times people talk about oh you had to have 25:39 goals and you got around but it doesn't have to be that formalized that question right there helps me as the therapist 25:45 understand that may be you know what the client says in in response to that 25:51 question might be what they're looking for but it might not I mean it might just be what they're talking about 25:57 because they haven't they don't feel safe enough to really peel back the layers of the onion yeah yeah right 26:03 right but but those are ways of establishing goals in therapy so if you're a new therapist and you're asking 26:10 that question what you're getting the information you're getting back helps you to understand where the client might 26:17 want to go in the therapy session and so as you listen to a client 26:25 one I mean there are different labels and skill techniques that this discusses 26:31 but you you listen to the phraseology and the verbalisms that they use 26:39 and that helps you learn how they think and how they experience 26:45 neuro-linguistic programming is a term and you listen to what they say and you 26:51 you listen between the lines you hear more and you're watching on verbals and you learn when to say wait a minute I'm 26:59 I'm picking something up here it's not in focus it could be me that's out of focus but 27:06 it could be you and so give me some feedback you're not getting this 27:11 accurately are you struggling with this did you just twitch did you just have a flash of a distraction or a thought and 27:17 you that's called uh I think it was a call it just went blank 27:24 uh silent uh okay uh I'm I lost it okay well but so a 27:34 closed-ending question is in question that can be answered with a single word so if I say did you go to the store 27:40 yesterday yes sir you can say yes or no yeah on which store right but an open-ended question it requires more of 27:48 an elucidation so if I say to you you know what it was your fun this childhood 27:54 memory and you say Saturday well obviously it requires more input than 27:59 that so in therapy we're trying to ask open-ended questions because the answer 28:08 that is provided by the client could give us additional information that's 28:14 more than Justice it gives you a directional approach but but there is one open-ended question that you never 28:20 ever ever ever ever ask you like me everybody always does no why oh yeah 28:26 yeah yeah I lost my temper and punched my questioning us why would you do that 28:31 why do you lose your temper I don't know how they're going to answer that yeah so 28:36 you don't say why so you don't ask open-ended questions that put the client 28:43 in a down position no you don't do that 28:49 you ask them exploratory questions yeah how do you understand that how did you 28:54 experience what did it feel like yeah uh well and then so now you're going back because I asked you originally what was 29:01 your most important question in therapy but I never answered that for me it is 29:06 how do you feel about that because emotional regulation is so much a central part of how I see human 29:15 pathology that that for me is the most important question how do you feel about that I think most people answer that 29:20 with how they think about that and and I point that out yeah because you got to get to the field right and so one of the 29:28 first things that I do is to train clients that if I say how do you feel 29:34 about that you have to answer glad mad sad or scared you can't because if you 29:39 don't use an affective AFF ECT affective word which is the psychological word for 29:47 emotion then you're telling me how you think so if I ask you how do you feel about that and you say I felt 29:54 disrespected well you can't feel disrespected that's not a Feeling you can think that you were disrespected and 30:00 let's assume for the sake of argument that you did think that you were disrespected how do you feel about that 30:05 well I felt angry okay now we're talking about affect and so I train people to 30:11 use that affective language so that and as they start to go through therapy they 30:18 get reinforced with that hopefully they'll take that outside of therapy so when they start talking to other people in their lives they'll actually start 30:25 having those affective conversations rather than just talking about how they think because you're absolutely right 99 30:32 of us 99 of the time when we are asked how we feel we tell people what we think 30:38 well and classically Men answer I don't know yeah how do you feel about that I don't know yeah I I and I'll end with 30:45 this little anecdote but uh when I was working at the hospital there was another guy that worked there and 30:52 I'm not going to say his name but to be honest with you I don't remember what his name was this was a long long time ago uh and he would do groups and his 31:02 response to everything that anybody said in group was anger about that anger 31:09 about that yeah anger about that and I said to him one day you know there are more emotions than 31:17 just anger I I you know I how how much it would have just been so easy to say oh so how did you feel about that how 31:23 did that make you feel but he would just always say anger about that and yes maybe the person was angry but maybe 31:31 they were hurt and they were using anger as a cover-up and that's one of the things and that's what I want to end on 31:37 is that most people in our society at least and I think in the 31:43 world in general use anger as a way to cover up hurt and a part of therapy is 31:50 to go deep enough to help people recognize the way that they might be 31:55 covering their emotions with other emotions camouflage yeah yeah accurate 32:00 reflective listening yes what I couldn't remember so important yeah essential the 32:06 music that appears inside with Mike is written and performed by Mr Benjamin declue what we would love is if you are 32:13 a regular listener to the show or even if you're not even if you this is the first time you've ever heard the show if you're irregular yeah go to Apple 32:20 podcasts and find psych with Mike and rate US and leave a review that is super super beneficial we would really really 32:27 like it if you would go on to the YouTube spine psych with Mike and subscribe to the show there that is very 32:34 very helpful and as always if it's Friday it's psych with me foreign 32:41 [Music]
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