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The Sandy + Mandy Show's Podcast
Tea Time 9: Dirty Roommate? Date or Dissipate? Isolated Toxic Relationship?

The Sandy + Mandy Show's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 20:30


We're having our ninth episode of Tea Time! We'll be answering your questions on how to navigate a messy bff roommate situation, what to do when you're going on dates with someone who doesn't want a relationship, and how to navigate life when your toxic partner is your only friend.

JIMD Podcasts
Shortcast: Isolated neurological presentations of mevalonate kinase deficiency

JIMD Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 6:33


Dr Eva Hoytema van Konijnenburg describes the case of a patient with mevalonate kinase deficiency presenting solely with neurological symptoms and without an inflammatory component. Isolated neurological presentations of mevalonate kinase deficiency Eva Hoytema van Konijnenburg, et al https://doi.org/10.1002/jmd2.12348

Rechurched
The Dark Ages & Isolated Faith - Church Then & Now E13

Rechurched

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 30:14


As Ethan Hoover & Matthew Maher slowly make their way to the Protestant Reformation, they discuss what the true Church was doing during the Dark Ages and times where Christians were isolated.Show Notes:IntroBrief recap on past episodesWhat was the true Church doing during the Middle Ages/Dark Ages?FeudalismIsolationMonasticism & Monks“The light of God was seemingly dim.”Pros & Cons of MonasticismPro:Preservation of Scripture & TruthCon:The Church & Christians were isolatedThe reformation before the “reformation”Groups of Christians that stood up against the Catholic ChurchBefore the names you know, there were names that the reformation was built on.What does it mean to be “Biblically literate”?John Knox and the influence on America's foundationThe consequences of those who stood up during the Dark AgesThe consequences of standing for truthPersecution: Burned, hung, bothThe Christians in the Dark Ages were faithful with what was in front of them even though they never saw the fruit of their workResources: What Were The Dark Ages? https://www.gotquestions.org/dark-ages.htmlHow Was The Gospel Preserved During The Middle Ages? https://www.gotquestions.org/middle-ages.htmlWhat Are The 95 Theses Of Martin Luther? https://www.gotquestions.org/95-theses.htmlFollow us on Instagram!Follow @rechurchedpodcast or click here.Got questions?Submit your question relating to our Season 2 content for our Question & Response episode here. Learn More: To learn more about the podcast and your hosts, visit our website.Looking to sponsor Rechurched? Apply to be a sponsor!Follow us on Instagram! Follow @rechurchedpodcast or click here. Learn More: To learn more about the podcast and your hosts, visit our website. Looking to sponsor Rechurched? Apply to be a sponsor!

Mark Narrations - The Wafflecast Reddit Stories
I Made My Niece A Birthday Cake And Now I'm Being Isolated From The Family r/Relationships

Mark Narrations - The Wafflecast Reddit Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 21:11


Relationship Reddit Stories, OP decides that they want to make a birthday cake for their niece but when the cake is revealed Niece's mom shows that she's not happy about the situation.

The Current
Parents allege kids isolated, restrained at Whitehorse school

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 42:12


Three parents and a former staff member are speaking out, alleging children were subjected to holds and seclusion at Jack Hulland Elementary School in Whitehorse in the recent past. The Yukon RCMP are investigating.

Cardionerds
243. Case Report: A Rare Case of Isolated Non-Compaction Cardiomyopathy – Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami

Cardionerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 46:02


CardioNerds Cofounder Dr. Amit Goyal is joined by Dr. Douglas Salguero (Internal medicine resident), Dr. Francisco Ujueta (Cardiology fellow), and Dr. Priscilla Wessly (Chief cardiology fellow) from the Columbia University Division of Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami to discuss a rare case of isolated non-compaction cardiomyopathy. Expert commentary is provided by Dr. Christos Mihos (Director, Echocardiography Laboratory, Columbia University Division of Cardiology, Mount Sinai Medical Center). Audio editing by CardioNerds Academy Intern, Shivani Reddy.   CardioNerds Case Reports PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Case Media - Non-Compaction Cardiomyopathy Episode Schematics & Teaching The etiology has been a constant debate since 1980. It has been debated among researchers and clinicians whether LVNC is a physiologic or a pathologic manifestation. Waning et al., classified 327 unrelated patients into 3 categories: 1) genetic, 2) probably genetic, or 3) sporadic, identifying the most common mutations: MYH7, MYBPC3 and TTN in the genetic LVNC patients, which mostly encode for sarcomere, Z-disc and nuclear-envelope proteins. This supports the hypothesis that the inherited phenotype can arise from a gene mutation possibly during embryogenesis, disrupting the physiologic compaction of normally developing myocardium, which progresses from the base to the apex of the cardiac tissue. It is estimated that genetic LVNC accounts approximately 18-44% of cases, with autosomal dominant transmission being the most common form of inheritance. Physiologic remodeling with prominent trabeculations may be noted in athletes and pregnant women, in comparison to pathologic remodeling which may be encountered in patients with cardiomyopathy (e.g. pressure or volume load).  (1) There is no pathognomonic signs or symptoms in LVNC. LVNC patients may encounter various potential clinical characteristics. Presentations are myriad and include heart failure symptoms (HFrEF or HFpEF), ventricular tachycardia (VT/VF), atrial fibrillation, thromboembolism including cerebrovascular accident (CVA), and syncope. In a cohort of 95 probands with LVNC investigated in Europe, as many as 32.3% had an ICD/CRT-D implantation, with 11.8% experiencing a cardiovascular death and 18.2% having an appropriate ICD shock. (2) Imaging plays a key role in diagnosis for LVNC. The identification and diagnosis of LVNC is evaluated using 2D echocardiography. The initial proposed method by Chin et al., evaluated the size of the trabeculation in the center. (3) The most commonly used criteria, Jenni et al. (4), entail the following four finding: Two-layer structure, with a thin compacted layer and a thick non-compacted layer measure at end-systole at the parasternal short-axis view. LVNC is defined by a ratio of N/C > 2 Absence of co-existing cardiac structural abnormalities Prominent, excessive trabeculations and deep intra-trabecular recesses Recesses supplied by intraventricular blood on color doppler Cardiac MRI has increased the diagnostic accuracy in the diagnosis of LVNC. It has been suggested that a NC/C ratio of > 2.3 in diastole distinguished pathological non-compaction, with sensitivity of 86% and a specificity of 99%, respectively. Although studies have shown an increase specificity with cardiac MRI, caution is needed as it may overestimate the presence of LVNC. Late gadolinium enhancement which suggests myocardial fibrosis or scar has been shown to have some prognostic value in LVNC patients. (5) Management for LVNC is multifaceted. As above,LVNC has a variety of presentations and prevailing manifestations will differ among patients. Therefore, the diagnostic and management approach much be personalized for a given patient...

Staying in the Black
Review of Rich Educators: More than Enough: Teach Towards Retirement Conference

Staying in the Black

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 16:30


Do you worry about having enough to retire without giving up on teaching?You have found yourself hoping that your pension will be enough. Or you want to save for retirement but the idea of putting aside just $100 a month just doesn't seem possible. Or you've always meant to start a 403b but just haven't found the time.Learn the easy steps to retire with more than enough on your own.At the More than Enough: Teach Toward Retirement Summit we will help you...More Than Enough ProPack: https://www.richeducators.com/a/2147523229/7mVVTXSiWorkshopsRoth IRA: Helping Supercharge Teacher Retirement-Yanely Espinal7 Side Hustles to Fund Teacher Retirement- Erica TerryHow to wisely navigate the 403(b)- Dan OtterHow To Budget For Retirement On A Low Income Teacher's Salary- Bre ThompsonImproving our Money Mindsets as Teachers- Israel and Sunem Tovar10 Creative Ways to Get Free or Sponsored Travel WITHOUT Credit Cards- Brittany RobertsThe Magic of the 457 Account: Freedom Fund, FIRE Accelerant, and More!- Gerry BornPlaying the long game: real estate as a retirement income stream- Jill WileyInvesting Your Way To A Million: How Teachers Can Slowly And Methodically Build Wealth- Rashad MuhammadSecret Strategies to Optimize Your Life for Success and Happiness- Rachel JimenezProject DEBT-o-nation: Destroying Debt before you Retire - Todd ChristensenHacking Teacher Burnout: 8 Steps to go from Isolated to Empowered and Overcome Any Challenge -Amber HarperInterview: How this Teacher is Preparing for an Abundant Retirement -Rich SmithInterview: How this Teacher is Preparing for an Abundant Retirement-Ms. Black Isn't my pension enough? How to think about your pension in your overall retirement strategy- Shaun MorganMore Than Enough ProPack: https://www.richeducators.com/a/2147523229/7mVVTXSi

Matters of Life and Death
Dependence 1: Isolated elderly people, altruistic suicide, a second childhood, and a crucified hero

Matters of Life and Death

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 31:04


We've discussed in previous episodes the looming ‘demographic timebomb' – a growing mass of elderly and increasingly chronically ill people in many developed nations, expected to place huge strain on public resources. The policy debates around this issue often emphasise the importance of not ‘being a burden' on others, with some even suggesting there could be a ‘duty to die' by assisted suicide for those who become old and infirm. Why does our contemporary culture have such a horror of the idea of becoming dependent on our families or the state? And what does the Christian story have to say about the value of dependence versus autonomy, especially as we near the final seasons of our lives? Subscribe to the Matters of Life and Death podcast: https://pod.link/1509923173 If you want to go deeper into some of the topics we discuss, visit John's website: http://www.johnwyatt.com For more resources to help you explore faith and the big questions, visit: http://www.premierunbelievable.com

Stay Current in Pediatric Surgery
Circular RNA Profiles Isolated From Amniotic Fluids

Stay Current in Pediatric Surgery

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 9:54


Listen to Richard Wagner gave his presentation of "Circular RNA profiles isolated from amniotic fluidscan distinguish between CDH survivors and non-survivers" at the first ever Best of the Best in Pediatric Surgery event.

Paul Allen
#92Noon! 9a Hour 11/15 - Kirk the Leader/Isolated Audio

Paul Allen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 45:02


Kirk Cousins as a leader makes up a fair chunk of the opening hour, followed by Vikes Bites, which unleashes some "isolated audio" of PA and Pete Bercich calling the Bills game!

ROGUE NEWS Radio
FTX Aftermath, V's Thoughts & USA Isolated - V & CJ

ROGUE NEWS Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 66:53


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RogueNews Radio
FTX Aftermath, V's Thoughts & USA Isolated - V & CJ

RogueNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 66:53


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Eczema Kids - Natural Eczema Solutions, Eczema-friendly diet, baby eczema, toddler eczema, best products for eczema, skin sen
Ep 43 // I'm Barely Hanging On, Thanks For Asking. How Community Can Help You Heal Your Kid's Eczema and Feel Less Isolated

Eczema Kids - Natural Eczema Solutions, Eczema-friendly diet, baby eczema, toddler eczema, best products for eczema, skin sen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 8:17


Hey Friends,  Sometimes it feels really isolating caring for a kid with eczema. Continuously having a mental (or even physical) list of every.single.ingredient. they ate or what they were exposed to. Wondering things like if I had done x, y, or z differently while i was pregnant or while they were a baby, would I still be dealing with this now? Is my kid going to be literally or figuratively scared from this experience forever? Should we rehome Fluffy? WHAT IS TRIGGERING my kids' eczema?   The mind can be a really scary place...but I've got you friend. First, to reassure you that you are on the right track, and that you do indeed have the physical, mental, emotional capacity to effectively heal your child. BUT ALSO I'm here for you and we have a whole community that's here for you to help you cope with this difficult challenge, to help you band together to solve problems and to celebrate life's lighter moments...now, today. Let's get into it!    Take Care,  Andra    Want Natural Eczema Solutions but Need Help?   Let me take you through the Eczema Free Framework! Through SIMPLE diet and nutrition solutions, non-toxic environmental changes and natural at-home remedies you can heal your kid's eczema.  Eczemakids.com Join our NATURAL ECZEMA SOLUTIONS FOR KIDS Facebook Group! Here's the FB Group Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/3218060598452484 Subscribe, write a five star review and send a screenshot of it to me at support@eczemakids.com to receive FREE goodies from Gladskin.  Save 15 % at Gladskin.com with the code:  ECZEMAKIDS  Save 10% at Tubby Code at this link: try.tubbytodd.com/eczemakids

TLDR Daily Briefing
November 15: Putin Isolated - What's Happening at the G20?

TLDR Daily Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 10:05


Sign up for a CuriosityStream subscription and also get a FREE Nebula subscription (the streaming platform built by creators): http://CuriosityStream.com/TLDRdailyWelcome to the TLDR News Daily BriefingWorld leaders meet in Indonesia for the G20 summit. Also: London's stock market loses out to Paris; US Justice Department opens investigation into killing of Palestinian-American journalist; and the eight billionth person on the planet it born.

The Pest Geek Podcast Worlds #1 Pest Control Training Podcast
‘Understanding Slip And Fall Hazards And Other Problems Related To Isolated Birds’ With Living The Wildlife Host And Wildlife Control Consultant Stephen Vantassel.

The Pest Geek Podcast Worlds #1 Pest Control Training Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022


What can a wildlife control professional do when bird activity becomes a cause of dread for clients or when bird activity such as feces can become a slip and fall hazard? On today's the edition of the Living The Wildlife Podcast, host and wildlife control consultant Stephen M. Vantassel discusses isolated birds. In addition to…

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast
8am Hour - Incredible Isolated Vocals + Jesse Rogers

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 42:25


Ben & Woods start the 8am hour by continuing to react to the reports of SDSU potentially moving to the Pac 12 before we get to some incredible audio of isolated vocals that Woodsy found that had us all in awe. Then at the bottom of the hour, ESPN MLB insider Jesse Rogers joins the show from the GM meetings to discuss the World Series and upcoming free agency in baseball. Listen here!

The Daily Sun-Up
Author Ted Conover discusses an isolated subculture in San Luis Valley; Klan infiltrates Colorado Republican Party

The Daily Sun-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 20:38


Today - Reporter Kevin Simpson talks with Author Ted Conover about his new book, “Cheap Land Colorado”: Choosing life off the grid in the San Luis Valley. The two discuss why we need to understand the isolated subculture of the Valley's “flats” in a time of political extremes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Labor Pains: Dealing with infertility and loss during pregnancy or infancy.
115: Feeling hopeless and isolated on the infertility journey with Desirae Whittle

Labor Pains: Dealing with infertility and loss during pregnancy or infancy.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 68:20


As a step-mother to three healthy and wonderful teens, Desirae never thought she'd have trouble conceiving with her husband. However, over the course of two plus years, she experienced what the frustrating diagnosis of unexplained infertility brings; the emotional rollercoaster of transformations in relationships, hormonal changes, failed IUIs, changing doctors, and devastating news that all of the embryos sent to PGS testing from round one of IVF were chromosomally abnormal. During this time, Desirae found herself feeling hopeless and isolated. Along with her doctors, Desirae headed into her second round of IVF with more knowledge, new medications and a new-found bravery. Now two embryos were deemed ideal for transfer, and in January of 2017 she transferred the last remaining embryo. In September 2017 she gave birth to a healthy little girl via cesarean after a 6 day induction and a complicated pregnancy. Essentially being told Ingrid was her miracle, and after spending nearly 12 years together, imagine Desirae and her husband's surprise when they found out in the middle of the pandemic that she fell pregnant spontaneously. Desirae's words of encouragement: Wherever you are in your journey, you really should stop and remind yourself that you are doing it and you are doing great. I often hear people say I can't do it and the reality is, they are doing it. Sometimes it doesn't matter how we do it, it doesn't matter if someone might perceive it as ugly or graceful. Sometimes we need to just get it done. However you are doing it, is what is right for you. Remind yourself you are doing it and if you can give yourself one gift, it should be, it would be to give yourself grace. Connect with Desirae: https://www.harmonybirths.com/ Instagram @harmonybirths Connect with Teresa: EMAIL: teresa.livingaftergrief.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/.livingaftergrief/. Instagram: @livingaftergrief Website: www.livingaftergrief.com click and schedule a free complementary time to talk: https://calendly.com/teresa-reiniger/podcast-discovery-call

LIGHTSPEED MAGAZINE - Science Fiction and Fantasy Story Podcast (Sci-Fi | Audiobook | Short Stories)

Nobody noticed the first few. They walked. One by one, in the beginning. Isolated instances. On every continent, mid-meal, mid-shower, mid-work, mid-fuck, right out the door of a pulled-up car in the middle of a freeway---ordinary people turned their backs on their ordinary lives and walked. They walked, shedding their hair in clumps along the way, sloughing their skin in translucent sheets to reveal pale grey beneath. On bleeding feet they walked down highways and lanes and trails, unerringly taking the path of least resistance to the nearest coast. They crossed the sand. The sea cooled their aching calves. Still, they walked. | Copyright 2022 by Tania Fordwalker. Narrated by Stefan Rudnicki.

Cancel Me, Baby!
Ep 165: I Would Do Anything for Followers, But I Won't Do That

Cancel Me, Baby!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 13:30


Isolated, lost in the sauce, craving affection and connection? This isn't another night of your diary. It's a new modern fairytale and horror-comedy "The Loneliest Boy in the World." Joining me to make your Halloweekend spookier than your DMs (or lack thereof) are the stars Hero Fiennes Tiffin and Max Harwood. In spirit of the movie and the despair of our black mirror lives, I chat with the mid-20s actors about: disillusion of IG followers, "My job is to be an actor, not a social media influencer," the dichotomy of social media allowing connection and utter isolation, not fitting in, and community. The movie also stars Ashley Benson, Evan Ross, is in theaters and on demand, and is retro, fun, and twisted, so hop on it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taylor-ferber/support

James O'Brien's Mystery Hour
What is the most Isolated place in the world?

James O'Brien's Mystery Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 42:02


What is the most Isolated place in the world?

Happen to Your Career
Don't Stay Isolated: How to Ask for Help in Your Career Search

Happen to Your Career

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 34:20


Joel Fortner's mission is advancing people through personal-growth education. That's why he joined Business and Leadership expert Chris LoCurto's team and why he is a Small Business Marketing Coach. Joel coaches entrepreneurs and business leaders on marketing and sales to help them grow their businesses, gain confidence and serve more people. Joel says,  "I don't implement marketing strategies, I teach you how to be a better marketer because teaching is my strength."  In this interview, Scott and Joel talk about defining your mission, reflecting on your strengths and passion, and not isolating yourself.  

The TripleJump Podcast
Scorn [FIRST IMPRESSIONS] - QuipScope

The TripleJump Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 10:51


Scorn is an atmospheric first-person horror adventure game set in a nightmarish universe of odd forms and somber tapestry. Isolated and lost inside this dream-like world, you will explore different interconnected regions in a non-linear fashion, with the unsettling environment being a key character itself. QuipScope is where we provide our thoughts and impressions while discussing how we're getting on with the latest video game releases. This time, Scorn! Presenters: Ashton Matthews (@ScrambledAshton) & James Jenkins (@Jenx_137)Editor: James Jenkins (@Jenx_137) #Scorn #ScornGame #EbbSoftware -------------------------- Subscribe for more wonderful video game content from Ben Potter, Peter Austin, and Ashton Matthews! TripleJump provides video coverage of video games - including top ten lists featuring current gen platforms (PS4 & PS5, Xbox One & Xbox Series X/Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch and PC), retro consoles (PlayStation, Nintendo, Xbox and Sega), as well as Worst Games Ever, video game challenges, launch games videos, first impressions, podcasts, livestreams and much, much more. Careers, contacts, and more information can be found on our website: http://tripleju.mp ⇨ Patreon: https://Patreon.com/TeamTripleJump⇨ Twitch: https://Twitch.tv/TeamTripleJump⇨ Merchandise: https://triplejumpshop.com/⇨ Cameo: http://www.tripleju.mp/cameo/⇨ Livestream VODs: http://tripleju.mp/vods⇨ Podcast: https://play.acast.com/s/triplejump⇨ Twitter: https://Twitter.com/TeamTripleJump⇨ Facebook: https://Facebook.com/TeamTripleJump⇨ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@teamtriplejump⇨ Discord: http://Bit.ly/TeamTripleJump Follow the team on social media:• Ben: http://www.twitter.com/Confused_Dude & Confused_Dude on PSN• Peter: http://www.twitter.com/ThatPeterAustin & https://instagram.com/ThatPeterAustin• Ashton: http://www.twitter.com/ScrambledAshton & https://instagram.com/ScrambledAshton Follow our friends!• Billy Ray Walrus: https://twitter.com/BillyRayBotrus• Rules Boss: https://twitter.com/ThisIsRulesBoss• Barbara Pis: https://twitter.com/pis_barbara The TripleJump Podcast is hosted by Acast, but available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and more!Acast: https://play.acast.com/s/triplejump Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

TIME's Top Stories
A New U.N. Vote Shows Russia Isn't as Isolated as the West May Like to Think

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 6:07


In a U.N. vote on to condemn Russia's unilateral annexation of Ukrainian territory, 143 members voted against Moscow—but 35 nations, representing nearly half of the world's population, abstained.

TIME's The Brief
With Subpoena, Jan. 6 Committee Plays Off Trump's Competing Instincts... and More Stories

TIME's The Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 23:28


Included in this episode: 1. With Subpoena, Jan. 6 Committee Plays Off Trump's Competing Instincts 2. The Supreme Court Won't Intervene in Mar-a-Lago Documents Case. Here's What Happens Next 3. A New U.N. Vote Shows Russia Isn't as Isolated as the West May Like to Think 4. The New Bivalent Booster Increases Antibodies to Fight Omicron, Data Show .

On The Line
Isolated, traumatized in Michigan schools

On The Line

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 19:12


Lawmakers tried to limit the use of certain tactics on students in 2016. They've been used nearly 94,000 times since then. And mainly on kids with disabilities.

The Mike Taylor Show
Thursday Hour 3: Battle of the isolated vocals

The Mike Taylor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 35:26


Intersect: Where Church Meets Culture
“Why Are Americans Becoming More Isolated and Does It Matter?” -504

Intersect: Where Church Meets Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 24:37


"Why Are Americans Becoming More Isolated and Does It Matter?" New research shows that more and more people are retreating into their interior worlds. In others words, we are becoming less social people. We are interacting with other people less than prior generations. Is there a price we are paying for being less social? Does God care about how social we are? Josh and Betsy, your favorite amateur researchers, are back to break this down and tease out the implications for the church in 2022. Show Notes: "The Price We Pay for Being Less Social" (Article) "Text Your Friends. It Matters More Than You Think." (Article) Suggestions for future episodes? Email us at intersect@nepres.com Intersect Podcast is a ministry of Northeast Presbyterian Church. The views expressed on this podcast are those of Josh and Betsy Desch and are not intended to be presented as the official views of NEPC. Please see our Intersect Podcast landing page for further information. .fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;margin-top : 0px;margin-bottom : 0px;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {padding-top : 0px !important;padding-right : 0px !important;margin-right : 1.92%;padding-bottom : 0px !important;padding-left : 0px !important;margin-left : 1.92%;}@media only screen and (max-width:1024px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}@media only screen and (max-width:640px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}.fusion-body .fusion-flex-container.fusion-builder-row-1{ padding-top : 0px;margin-top : 0px;padding-right : 0px;padding-bottom : 0px;margin-bottom : 0px;padding-left : 0px;}

ThePrint
Cut The Clutter: Gen Bajwa in DC, US envoy, German FM statements on Kashmir, show why Pakistan can't be isolated

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 19:23


The US ambassador visits Pakistan occupied Kashmir & refers to it as ‘Azad Jammu & Kashmir', German foreign minister says UN could play a role in Kashmir & Pakistan's Army Chief spends nearly a week in Washington. In episode 1093 of Cut The Clutter Shekhar Gupta explains why Pakistan cannot be isolated or ignored and where it stands right now. Brought to you by  @Kia India  ----more----Read C. Raja Mohan's article here:https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/pakistan-and-the-us-why-general-qamar-javed-bajwas-push-to-renew-ties-with-washington-shouldnt-be-a-concern-for-india-8201234/----more----Read Aditi Malhotra and Usama Nizamani's article here: https://southasianvoices.org/strategic-autonomy-comparing-india-and-pakistan/?twclid=26od5boqardhfowt00c0prjy0g

Unstuck and Unstoppable
020: How To Quit Feeling Isolated and Alone

Unstuck and Unstoppable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 22:33


Do you feel isolated or alone? Do you feel you lack quality relationships?  You are listening to the right episode!   They say we are the sum of our five closest friends but a 2021 study conducted by the American Life Society shows that 49% of people have 3 or fewer friends. This study also shows that people with no friends increased from 3% in 1990 to 12% in 2021. In a time when we are increasingly digitally connected, it seems our relationships are diminishing.  Relationships are the currency of life, and as James 5:16 says, we confess our faults to one another to experience healing. A major contributor to our ability to become unstuck is the relationships we build. It is my goal to help you become unstoppable and today, we are going to discuss relationships. I and Pastor Jolea will share the two culprits for the deterioration of real friendships and four practical tips for building relationships.   Points to Ponder: Digital connection is not relational intimacy…you can be digitally connected, but relationally disconnected (1:54) It's in relationships that we experienced healing because you find someone who knows the good, bad, the ugly and loves you anyway. There's real healing in that. (5:35) Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. (James 5:16 NIV)   I hope this podcast has taught you how to build meaningful relationships, for more resources please visit https://www.jimnkyles.com/resources. My goal is to help you move forward, if you want to dive deeper, I encourage you to get the book. My book, Unstuck and Unstoppable, will launch on November 15th but you can pre-order now at https://www.jimnkyles.com/home to get a 10% discount .  Don't forget to follow these STEPS so you and your loved ones become UNSTUCK and UNSTOPPABLE. Subscribe to this podcast; we are available on Apple Podcast,  Spotify,  YouTube, and Amazon Audible. Teach someone at least 1 takeaway you learned today in this episode Engage in our online community on Facebook / social media - Unstuck and Unstoppable FB Page, Insta, LinkedIn, Youtube. Be a part of our FB Group and share your thoughts about today's episode. Post a review wherever it is that you consume the content. Share this podcast w/ someone today that we can help get unstuck and become unstoppable.   #unstuck #unstoppable #unstuckandunstoppablepodcast #jimnkyles #movingyourlifeforward 

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
How to Start a Company: From $0 to $100 Million AUM in 4 Years

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 20:47


Welcome to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcasts, Today We are joined by Will Matheson. Will is the co-founder of Matheson Capital and has overseen the acquisition of multifamily properties in both the southeast and California. He is a graduate of the Columbia University Masters in Real Estate Development Program. [00:00 - 05:48] Opening Segment Matheson Capital offers short-term holds of less than two years with high returns and focuses on investor relations by walking them through the business plan and projections Will emphasizes the importance of starting small and scaling gradually Starting off with friends and family, Matheson Capital brings in new investors by asking them for referrals [05:48 - 11:20] How One Multifamily Company Is Avoiding Risks in the Market How Will has delivered on promises to investors and retained a high rate of tenants. the importance of maintaining regular contact with investors, through social media, newsletters, and other means. Risks that Will sees in the multifamily market include a housing shortage and interest rate risk. [11:21 - 17:14] 5 Tips for Starting a Real Estate Company The company is moving out of the B and C space and looking to acquire just class A assets Rent is a percentage of income for class A renters, and typically their rents can be pushed higher than for class B or C renters Tips for Starting a Real Estate Company Make a team and  get your branding right You should not look across the country when choosing markets to invest in, as doing so will limit your relationships and investment opportunities [17:14 - 20:47] Closing Segment Reach out to Will!  Links Below   ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tweetable Quotes: “I think a lot of that's being overplayed. Especially if you're dealing with inflation. You'd like to own hard assets, but you want your tenants to be non-rent burdened, and that's the case in the class A space.” - Will Matheson Connect with Will Matheson by following him on Linkedin or visit their website at https://www.mathcap.com/ Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:34] Sam WIlson: Will is the co-founder of Matheson Capital. They are a multi-family real estate investment firm based in Charleston, South Carolina. Will welcome to the show. [00:00:43] Will Matheson: Thank you for having me. I really [00:00:44] Sam WIlson: appreciate it. Hey man, the pleasure's mine. Listen, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes in the show. In 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now, and how did you get there? [00:00:52] Will Matheson: So to put it bluntly, we started with pretty much nothing, no investors, no real track, record of ownership, anything like that. First deal we ever bought was actually a duplex in Los Angeles. Bought it with one partner we had from grad school. 800,002 months later. Sold it for 9 85, I believe. And since that time, that would've been. January to March, 2018. I think we've done about 10 other acquisitions seven of which have already been sold or seven total have been sold. And you know, now we're just continuing to grow, continuing to build. But yeah, we, we started with the second smallest things. I guess smallest thing would be single family, but we started with a duplex and our last acquisition was 168 units. And we've partnered on on some even bigger ones, so, [00:01:40] Sam WIlson: That's a fast progression. I mean, that's only four lower, four, maybe four and a half years. That's a fast progression. , and shifting gears that quickly between, all right, duplex, now we're gonna buy multifamily. Now we're gonna partner and take down bigger assets. How did you navigate that in a and and do it with without feeling like you're, you know, just, just kind of, you know, losing focus on whatever it was you were previously doing. I mean, that's a, that's a lot of different. Iterations of the business in a short [00:02:07] Will Matheson: period. Well, I mean, I, you know, I did skip over it and make it sound faster than it was. I mean, you know, like we bought two units and then it was a six unit deal and another six unit, and then 15 units, 24 or units, 32 units, 32 units. 69 units is the lead sponsor in, I guess, March of 2021. That's where we were building up to. And then we were kind of a smaller partner on 25 million and 60 million deals. And we came back from that. Really kind of , grew a little name recognition doing that, broadened our investor base. And in April of this year, that's when we bought the 168 units. So it, it wasn't, you know, it wasn't going from two units to a hundred units in one deal. It was. Bit by bit, by bit expanding. I love [00:02:54] Sam WIlson: that. That's, that's really, really awesome. Tell me, you know, investors, finding investors, investor relations. I mean, this deal takes two things, deals in capital. Let's talk about the investor experience side of things for you guys. You said you started off with no track record, no money, no real basis in the industry. How did you bring investors on and inspire confidence? [00:03:17] Will Matheson: So we, we took a really, very firm approach in terms of, you know, no one's gonna invest with us on a 10 year hold. When I bought my first property, I was 25. It was probably two weeks before I turned 26. When we did that and we, being, I have a twin brother who's my partner in the business. Like, no one's gonna invest with us for a 10 year hold. So what we're gonna offer people are short term holds less than two years. I mean, our, our first our first deal was two months, but less than two year time periods. Really high. IRR is anything for 30 plus percent and. You know, we're gonna show them, look, take a risk, take a chance on us working on this. We'll deliver you returns in a short amount of time. I'm not asking you to marry me, I'm just looking for a couple years, not even. And yeah, by doing that, we were able to kind of grow through word of mouth but really be able to show people, Hey, look, we're young. You know, I didn't work at Gray Star. I didn't work at Blackstone. But we have a proven result, and to this date, our average LP return has been 38%. [00:04:22] Sam WIlson: That's fantastic, but how do you, how do you project that outta the gate? Again, you know, without having a deep bench of experience saying, Hey, look, I've done this multiple times. How do you project saying, Hey, we're gonna give these outsized returns to investors. [00:04:36] Will Matheson: I mean, I, I'd say it's probably the same way everybody else starts, which is just, you go the friends and family route, which is. In some ways, but you know, at first you really have to walk people through the business plan. This is why I think the rents are under market. This is the type of renovations we can do. And as you broaden out, you know, that's, in some senses it's the riskiest money cuz you don't want to disappoint your friends and family. But it's right. I mean, in a lot of ways it's the easiest cuz shock of all shocks. No pension fund is gonna give a first timer that type of money. So you. You start with friends and family and you ask 'em, Hey, who are five people you can introduce me to? You know, Hey look, I delivered to you last time. Who else can I talk to? Things like that. [00:05:20] Sam WIlson: Yeah. And It's funny where I was on a, on a call last week and that was one of the things that was brought up, which is how actively are you mining the current investor database that you guys have? What is one thing maybe you guys are doing to make sure that you constantly stay in front of investors and get those investor referrals? [00:05:39] Will Matheson: I mean, when it comes to getting Reve investor referrals, there's no substitute for, you know, FaceTime and well, except for possibly results. So the fact that we've delivered for so many of our investors and we have a really high retention rate that helps in terms of, Hey, look, you know, I've performed before. Can you do this? But. You know, you can't be on the phone with all of your investors all the time. I mean, this sounds simple, but you know, you post on LinkedIn, you have a newsletter just monthly to your investor group. Maybe you know, quarterly you give a little more details. But just monthly, it's always a great chance to say, Hey, look. Our most recent acquisition , we're surpassing our pro former rents to the people who are in it. They feel great for the people who didn't invest. You know, it's a little, Hey, you missed out on this one. Hope you get the next one. [00:06:31] Sam WIlson: Yeah, certainly. And that's it's, it's those constant points of contact that that's the hardest ones to get out. I know it took me a long time to finally get around to putting out a week on weekly newsletter, but still, it's like, once you're in the habit of it, it's a lot easier. But getting that up and rolling is kind of, it's, it's a discipline in its own [00:06:49] Will Matheson: right. Well, yeah, and I mean, to a certain extent you also want to have something going on. There's nothing worse than writing a newsletter when you have nothing going on. I mean, , we didn't launch our website until we had been in business for about three years, because to put it mildly, I didn't want to advertise the fact that. We barely owned anything. It wasn't until we bought maybe our seventh property that we put a website up because I didn't want to advertise to the world. All I own is a 32 unit property here. You know, , I wanted to appear like we had a lot more going on. [00:07:21] Sam WIlson: Yeah. Hey man, that's that, that sounds really smart to me. Tell me, I mean, being in the multifamily space, I know we talked about this a little bit before we kick this off. You feel like you're not reinventing the wheel, like, hey, this is, it's just a business that, that a lot of people are involved in and we just, we're just one of the other players in it, and I feel like. Maybe there was some discounting of your own skillset in that conversation where it's like you guys are doing things and you know, things maybe that everybody else doesn't know and see. So tell me this, what's one way that you guys are finding opportunity right now? Like, is there something, is there, and not necessarily asking for your industry trade secrets, but like what is it you guys are doing in order to make, make the multifamily business work right now? [00:08:03] Will Matheson: I feel like this is a terrible answer in, in some markets, specifically Charlotte. I think we have some management efficiencies. We have a partner in Charlotte that we work with who does a phenomenal job with owner management and let's just call it automation. So that can provide a lot of savings on that front juice, cash flow beyond what would normally work. We've built some really strong. Lending relationships, particularly with banks, which banks aren't as subject to fluctuations on the tenure treasury as say, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, debt funds such and such. So that's, that's provided us a bit of a financing edge. And I think it's, you know, I used to work for Marcuson Heap. I always say this bluntly you know, I know how to. To brokers, I'm a tremendous suck up. You know, I speak their language . So yeah, I think we've been able to build some really good relationships. So in that sense, we, we have some management deficiencies in some markets. My brother Evan , he was the answer key in a grad school at Columbia for real estate finance. So we've got some really tremendous modeling really tremendous analysis, some great relationships on the broker side and the lender side. And obviously we always try to perform for our equity. So from top to bottom there's a, you know, those are some things we do that we believe give us an advantage, but again, we're not trying to reinvent the wheel too much. We're just trying to find efficiencies here and there. [00:09:24] Sam WIlson: Hey, and, , it's those, minor course corrections. I think that, or maybe it's not a course, missed the wrong word, but it's, it's the minor efficiencies that you put in that can really make all the difference in the world. Or you can take a, a subpar deal and turn it into a good deal or a good deal and turn it into a great deal. I mean, those are the small nuances that make all the difference, I think, in the world. When you look at the multifamily industry as a whole, are there risks that you see in the marketplace, and if so, how are you guys avoiding those? [00:09:54] Will Matheson: So, I mean, the risks we see in the marketplace that, that is one of the nicer things about multifamily. Kushman Wakefield just put out their first monthly newsletter, I can't recall the exact name. And it, it detailed for macroeconomic scenarios and multifamily as an asset class performed the, we the best across industry types and all of them. Yeah, we have a housing shortage, so people still have to live somewhere. It's not, it's not 2008 where, you know, they were building houses just everywhere and people are buying 'em up and that's, you know, why you see the trouble there. We have a housing shortage, so we're pretty economically insulated if there are risks. Interest rate, risk is a big one. We typically are proponents of fixed rate debt with no prepayments, so that gives us protection on the upside or protection against rising interest rates, but flexibility on, you know, downward interest rates. If as projected interest rates, you get cut. We are moving away from the B and C space just because those are, you know, the class A renter is the least. Rent burdened at this point. I know Covid was a big time for real estate, but in a lot of senses, just multi-family, it was very tough to collect rents. So that's just, I mean, that's a, that's a few things where we're seeing in the market. I, I do think there's some collection risk. I do think there's some interest rate risk and we try to mitigate that, but just a little adjustment in our strategy. Yeah. No, [00:11:21] Sam WIlson: that's great. That's great. So you guys are moving out of the B and C space, and it sounds like you're looking to acquire just class A assets. Is that right? [00:11:30] Will Matheson: Largely yes. I mean, there's still some good opportunities in the B and C space. I mean, we bought a deal for 73 a door in North Carolina earlier this year. We were very happy with that. But I mean, you know, you're in the industry a lot of times you'll see, hey, look, here's this 1970s built property that's had three value add initiatives in the last 10 years, and magically here's a fourth value add, you know? I think a lot of that's being overplayed. Especially if you're dealing with inflation. You'd like to own hard assets, but you want your tenants to be non rent burdened, and that's the case in the class A space. They'll least rent burden tenants. They're lifestyle tenants. That's, you know, that, that's part of the reason we're making that transition. [00:12:15] Sam WIlson: When you say, for our listeners, when you say the word non rent burdened, is that a percentage of income spent on rent? As a whole, like it's, you know, say 25% of total income or disposable income. What, what do you mean by that? [00:12:31] Will Matheson: Just rent is a percentage of income. You know, typically your, your class A renters are more educated, more affluent more flexibility. So, when you're making five thou, or let's just say $8,000 a month, a hundred thousand dollars a year, $3,000 in rent is not a significant issue for you versus. If you're making $50,000 a year and someone increases your rent, $500, that's a pretty significant swing. I live here in Charleston, South Carolina. The amount of people I know who had their rent hiked 20% in some of the nicer buildings didn't batten. I just like, okay, renewing. I don't wanna move. I don't wanna like, I don't wanna move into. Summerville or wherever I wanna stay downtown. Yeah. Location, quality of the asset. Really. Your renters are very easy to absorb rent increases, [00:13:19] Sam WIlson: Right, Right. Yeah. And where that ends, who knows, but it's certainly, you know, where, how, how far that rent those rents can be pushed in that class A is hard to say, but certainly, like you said, as a percentage rent, as a percentage of income. We certainly wanna be on the lower end of that if. [00:13:34] Will Matheson: Well, there was a recent Wall Street Journal article, I think this past week, this past weekend, that just talked about we are, you know, over since 2020. Back then you had rent and mortgages roughly on par, but now rent has gone up 10%. The average monthly mortgage payments is up 50%. So buying house is more unaffordable. So, you know, I, I'm not saying you're gonna see 20% rent increases, you know, for the next five years, but. If inflation persists, then those tenants are gonna be the ones who are managing it most easily. Right. [00:14:05] Sam WIlson: One of the things you'd mentioned early on the show was that, you know, you didn't wanna project a 10 year hold. Has your guys' strategy changed from a shorter term hold to a longer than maybe what other people in the industry are projecting their hold time are for apartment communities? [00:14:22] Will Matheson: So we typically still don't model beyond five years. When I said earlier, you know, we're not gonna do a 10 year hold, that was when we were starting out, you know, had no track record, anything like that. We wanted to deliver short terms as we've proven, you know, if we've given proof of concept as we've delivered more stronger results. You know, we think that longer term holds are definitely a possibility. We still don't try to model at 10 years. We typically are now modeling three to five years. [00:14:49] Sam WIlson: Gotcha. Gotcha. One of the things, other, other things we talked about here pre-show was the masters in real estate development, of course, that you said you took at Columbia University and you've gone back. I think you mentioned also as now a speaker there. Is that right? [00:15:04] Will Matheson: A couple times. Yeah. The masters in real estate development degree, Columbia University, Ms. Red. I actually have a book over my shoulder for that. But yeah, it's a, it's a really great program. Lot of really successful alumni. I would say New York City is a real estate capital of the world. So it's a great place to learn. But yeah, my brother and I have gone back given a lecture there a couple times, just as a guest lecture. Great. Great place. If you're if you're looking to hire real estate people, I'd look them up. You know, you need your new analyst, you need your new associate. Give them a call, [00:15:41] Sam WIlson: man. That's, Hey, there's a golden nugget that we haven't had on this show like that in a while. So there you go. If you're, look, if you're looking to hire, which is my next question, cause I think you said your talk there was on how to start a company. [00:15:52] Will Matheson: Is that right? Yes, that was, that was the gist of the, [00:15:56] Sam WIlson: What are things that you're telling the people in that, in that master's class, What are you telling them? Like, is there, is there like top three things you'd say, Hey man, if you're looking to start a company and or I'm gonna add my own caveat to this, or my own addition to it, which is, you know, grow your company, What are you telling people to do? [00:16:14] Will Matheson: So we've got, we've got a few things, a list of five things that you should do, and then a list of five things you should not do. So things you should do, make a team, It's much easier to go at it with someone in your foxhole than doing it alone. You know, I'm very lucky. I've had a built in partner since utero, being a twin. So that's, that's been very easy for me. But we had a team right out of gate. But make a team. Get your branding, pick your markets. Don't, don't look across the country. Isolated on certain markets, cuz you want the depth of relationships with brokers, with investors network. And the fifth step in that is just start small. You know, you're not gonna get a 10 million. I mean, if you can get a $10 million equity check on your first deal, more power to you. But if you didn't work at BlackRock, I'd be really impressed if you did . If, if you do call me, we'll talk . I need some tips, right? But, you know, start small, build, you know, start small, build your track, record that way the things. We tell people not to do specifically, don't over-allocate your capital so you can only do one deal. , you're not in the business to do one deal. You're in the business to do a lot of deals, so don't sync everything you have into one asset. Don't commit to too long of a timeframe. . Again, when you're just starting out, you might outgrow your property. If you buy a 2 million property in your first year, hopefully by year three, you don't wanna spend your time on a $2 million property. Get in, get out. Don't be inflexible. We like no prepayment penalties. If you get a yield maintenance deal, you might be stuck in it. You wanna maintain your flexibility. Don't be passive in terms of the asset, you know, especially when you're starting out. You tend to defer to property managers, things like that, but it's your asset. No one cares more than you do, so you gotta be really active overseeing that stuff. And then do not do ground up development. That, that was another big one. It takes a long time. It's very complicated, it's very risky. And you you know, the big thing is when you start, you do not wanna take an l You don't wanna loss on the scoreboard. [00:18:12] Sam WIlson: No, no, you don't. , that's , a really, really good list. And I wish we had the time to break down the unique components or, or each individual component there in your list, but obviously we don't. But I think that's even just from a cursory overview. That's a really cool, Five dues, five don'ts. And I think it's also funny that one of yours is your last one is don't do ground up development and you're in a real estate development course telling them that. [00:18:38] Will Matheson: Well, I mean, look, when you're working for somebody else who's got, you know, all the time and the money and you're on salary and you know they've got a lot of experience Yeah. That, that's ground up development, like go for it. But when you're starting out yourself, right, you need big equity checks. You need long time frames. I mean, you know, another reason to start short is. On small short term deals, you get acquisition fees, you get promotes, you know, you're getting paid twice. Grant up development, you could be three, four years out from getting a real payday. So you wanna avoid that. Yeah, AB and I think, I think your point there was when you're starting out, avoid ground up development so that That, that's really, really cool. Well, this has been great. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show today and really tell us how you guys got started, the things that you guys are doing to find you know, find opportunity, and then also how you are you know, just carving out your own niche in the multifamily space. [00:19:29] Sam WIlson: I think one of the things you mentioned there early on was, was just small efficiencies in a lot of different departments that are really driving returns for you and for your investors. So you, There's a lot of things to think about all the way down to if we're looking for new hires, where to go where to go farming for for new people on the [00:19:45] Will Matheson: team. So certainly OMB Masters in real estate development. . Great place. Great place. You know, they're all good. Even the architects. That's . [00:19:54] Sam WIlson: Awesome. Will, thank you again for coming on this show today. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you and learn more about you, what is the best way to. [00:20:01] Will Matheson: I mean LinkedIn, I'm pretty easy to find, Will Math assume Matheson Capital. But our website mathcap.com. Really clever abbreviation, M a t h c a p . com [00:20:14] Sam WIlson: We'll make sure we put that there in the show notes. Will thank you again for your time today. I do appreciate it. Thank you, Sam.

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Sapien's Playground - Medicine, Psychology, Truth Seeking and Fascinating Experiences
#46 - Bedtime Story (11) - Nutrition and Physical Degeneration - A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets by Weston A. Price - CHAPTER 9 - Isolated and Modernized African Tribes

Sapien's Playground - Medicine, Psychology, Truth Seeking and Fascinating Experiences

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 70:18


In the section "Bedtime Story" I will read a chapter from a book for you which I personally found interesting and find worth sharing with you! Please excuse if I my misspronounce some words, since English is not my first language and I could potentially make mistakes in the pronounciation. Our first book will be "Nutrition and Physical Degeneration - A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets and Their Effects by Weston A. Price" and in Episode 11 of the series I immerse myself in Chapter 9 of this great piece of work. Enjoy listening! Find me on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/monky_caliplayground/ Find me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MPruchnewski More free stuff (including a free PDF-version of this book): https://linktr.ee/sapien_health Sapiens Playground on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmNDo81K7jX7Thk0_NF_xng Listen to Sapiens Playground on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6IcilHhRDVTiVxGO5uuYlp?si=ab520e5d7fc24a3a Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/sapiens-playground-a-place-for-true-health-unbiased/id1534777361 You can text me at sapiens.playground@web.de for podcast inquiries or any questions you have.

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I think we cracked the code on the best way to detox digitally. Let's chat about isolation and how a new authentic take on it could be our best marketing yet.

Alternative Visions
Alternative Visions - Britain's Economic Crisis: Isolated Event or Harbinger of Things to Come

Alternative Visions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 59:14


Dr. Rasmus reviews the intensifying UK economic crisis that escalated this past week. Bond holders and investors provoked a crisis in Britain's pension funds in response to the new Truss government's proposals to cut taxes and enact price caps on the accelerating cost of energy for UK households and small businesses.  Capitalist investors don't want fiscal spending they fear will stimulate the economy and therefore demand and inflation, the latter now double digit and predicted to rise to 17%. They want higher interest rates from the UK bank of England to protect the value of their investments—from rising inflation as well as collapsing British currency, the pound, that has fallen 40%.Rasmus explains this represents growing contradictions between capitalist fiscal-monetary policies and splits within the UK capitalist class. The show further explains and critiques the EU's latest proposals for sanctions on Russia by creating a G7/EU global oil price cartel, which is doomed to fail if it ever gets implemented. Latest events summarized also in Russia-Ukraine/NATO war.

Morgan Hill Bible Church
October 2, 2022 | Proverbs: Friendship in an Isolated World

Morgan Hill Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 33:48


True friends are hard to come by. We can't look at our social media follows and gauge our true friendships on there. Proverbs says that a true friend sticks close than a brother, and will tell you the truth in love even if it is hard to hear.

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus
Episode #70: Life As An Abused/Isolated Child, How Shame Impacts Mental Health, Failures Of The Church & Knowing You Are NOT ALONE, With Jenn Junod, Host Of The Sh!t You Don't Want To Talk About Podcast

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INTRODUCTION: Jenn has a story of her own. As a child, she suffered solitary confinement, physical abuse, mental abuse, sexual abuse, rape, divorce, abortion, cutting, and suicide attempts. Her turbulent background has forged a path to help those who are suffering, ignored and silenced. Sh!t You Don't Want to Talk About is a place people can come to find hope and healing, to know they are not alone, and to finally be heard. Clearly, Jenn's been through plenty of sh!t most people probably don't want to even acknowledge, let alone talk about. She thought she'd dealt with her past, but brain surgery in November 2020 unleashed a tsunami of memories that couldn't be ignored. Working through trauma, depression, anxiety, bipolar type 2, and ADHD will be a lifelong journey. Jenn strives to break the stigma of Sh!t You Don't Talk About and turn it into Sh!t 2 Talk About.  INCLUDED IN THIS EPISODE (But not limited to):  ·      Let's Talk About The Elephant In The Room·      The Effects Of Shame On Mental Health·      The Importance Of Not Feeling Alone·      The Usefulness Of Vision Board·      Let's Have Boundaries With Family, Shall We?·      Why God, Church & Religion Are Separate·      A Super Moving Abortion Story·      Surviving A Suicide Attempt·      Child Abuse Trauma·      A Glimpse Into The Cult Of Christianity Podcast  CONNECT WITH JENN: Website: https://www.Shit2talkabout.comLinkTree: https://linktr.ee/shit2talkaboutTikTok: tiktok.com/@shit2talkaboutLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/shit2talkabout/YouTube: https://bit.ly/3BRnT50Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shit2talkabout/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shit2talkabout/Twitter: https://twitter.com/shit2talkabout   CONNECT WITH DE'VANNON: Website: https://www.SexDrugsAndJesus.comWebsite: https://www.DownUnderApparel.comYouTube: https://bit.ly/3daTqCMFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/SexDrugsAndJesus/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sexdrugsandjesuspodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TabooTopixLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devannonPinterest: https://www.pinterest.es/SexDrugsAndJesus/_saved/Email: DeVannon@SexDrugsAndJesus.com  DE'VANNON'S RECOMMENDATIONS: ·      Pray Away Documentary (NETFLIX)o  https://www.netflix.com/title/81040370o  TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk_CqGVfxEs ·      OverviewBible (Jeffrey Kranz)o  https://overviewbible.como  https://www.youtube.com/c/OverviewBible ·      Hillsong: A Megachurch Exposed (Documentary)o  https://press.discoveryplus.com/lifestyle/discovery-announces-key-participants-featured-in-upcoming-expose-of-the-hillsong-church-controversy-hillsong-a-megachurch-exposed/ ·      Leaving Hillsong Podcast With Tanya Levino  https://leavinghillsong.podbean.com  ·      Upwork: https://www.upwork.com·      FreeUp: https://freeup.net VETERAN'S SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS ·      Disabled American Veterans (DAV): https://www.dav.org·      American Legion: https://www.legion.org ·      What The World Needs Now (Dionne Warwick): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfHAs9cdTqg  INTERESTED IN PODCASTING OR BEING A GUEST?: ·      PodMatch is awesome! This application streamlines the process of finding guests for your show and also helps you find shows to be a guest on. The PodMatch Community is a part of this and that is where you can ask questions and get help from an entire network of people so that you save both money and time on your podcasting journey.https://podmatch.com/signup/devannon  TRANSCRIPT: [00:00:00]You're listening to the sex drugs and Jesus podcast, where we discuss whatever the fuck we want to! And yes, we can put sex and drugs and Jesus all in the same bed and still be all right at the end of the day. My name is De'Vannon and I'll be interviewing guests from every corner of this world as we dig into topics that are too risqué for the morning show, as we strive to help you understand what's really going on in your life.There is nothing off the table and we've got a lot to talk about. So let's dive right into this episode.De'Vannon: Jenn Junod is the host of the shit. You don't want to talk about podcast, but baby, we've got some shit to talk about today. This girl is here to serve up some vulnerable and transparent realness y'all and she's doing it in a way that's so sincere. And so heartfelt that even on myself was taken aback.This girl has been through all kinds of shit in her life from child [00:01:00] abuse, to mental abuse, to rape divorce, and. She's got an abortion story that would make anyone with a heart cry or at least feel something for God's.Please listen to what Jen has to say. Been heart and an open mind and share it with someone you care about. Hello? Hello. Hello everyone. Welcome back to the sex drugs and fucking Jesus podcast. I have with me, the lovely gen ALD of the, of the, of the shit. You don't want to talk about podcast, bitch. How you doing today? Jenn: delightful, especially since, you know, last night we did the first live with you and I was fangirling so hard that I was like, just stumbling all over myself and I'm just like, yay.We're [00:02:00] gonna do it again next week. So I am delightful. It's like, you know, the day after. De'Vannon: Yeah, that after glow, like we had some red, hot monkey sex all night then we'll do it again and again and again, and everyone gets to watch. And so, so today we're gonna be talking about Jen's life history. Her podcast, I think is a fabulous name shit you don't want to talk about.And you look gorgeous by the way. I love the hair. I love the plows, the tits, everything is just great. And so yeah, I was going through the titles on your podcast and I was like, this could have been like, like we could do like a podcast swap and switch the names from sex, drugs, and Jesus to yours.And it would both fit because yes, I love how you're cover. Very taboo topics and very things that are usually off the kitchen [00:03:00] table. Although it's still at the kitchen table, this it's just not being stated. So I think you and I agree that the elephant is the room is pro in the room is probably the most important thing to not miss out on.So, so your show is titled shit. You don't wanna talk about, which is all about the elephant in the room. So why, why, why should the elephant in the room not be ignored Jenn: when you ignore the elephant and skirt around it, go hi, you know, go around the Bush. What, however you want to say it. It, a lot of it has to do with shame.And when you create shame, it causes. So much more mental health issues that can there's a book that I absolutely adore called the body, keeps the score where when you go through trauma, it can cause many mental health issues and can cause autoimmune [00:04:00] diseases. And I feel like on so many podcasts that I've, I've been on and of guests that have been on the show, we have Brene brown to really think of streamlining a lot more about the knowledge around shame and being able to start talking about it.So therefore we're not hiding behind it anymore. And it's something that I never meant to always talk about. It's just, I always felt really awkward at parties or meeting people. And the only people I really connected with was when we were talking about real shit, not talking about the weather.De'Vannon: Talking about real shit. I sometimes I think about a lot of how back when I got HIV and everything, if I wouldn't have felt so alone, if me and my friends were talking about real shit, but instead we were too busy judging everyone else. We were too busy being, you know, cute little gaze running from club to [00:05:00] club and doing a bunch of cocaine in the bathroom all the time.And you know, but we never really no judgment against being a cute little gay running from club, the club, doing cocaine in the bathroom far. Be it for me to judge you. I would've been your dealer back in the day, but my whole thing is while we were starting all the cocaine and partying it up and judging everyone else, we should have also been.It would've served us better if we would've also been vulnerable about our problems, you know? And then when I got HIV, I wouldn't have thought I was the only one running around with it when probably half the damn people in the bathroom, starting to cocaine with me either also had it too. So, or knew someone who, you know, who had it.There was no reason for me to have this sense of isolation. And that's a huge thing that I. A trend with you and your writings on your website and your videos, especially your TikTok videos. Okay. Everyone needs to check out her TikTok channel, wanna list everything in the showy notes from the hair and the makeup and all the goddamn [00:06:00] sequence that you're dazzling with.And she, she is a straight ally, but my God is her pride flag fly high. Jenn: I, I met some friends at, at pride this year and she sent in a group chat of, you know I'm queer, but I hate, I hate bright colors and I'm like, so can I get a shirt that matches yours and says, I'm not queer, but I love bright colors.And she's like, yes, we need to go and match with that because I absolutely love everything bright and color. De'Vannon: Bright and colorful and shiny and new that sort of shit is for you. Ooh. I Jenn: love De'Vannon: that. and so thank you. And so a common theme that I see is this whole you are not alone thing. Talk, talk to me about why it's so important for you to reiterate the fact that people are not alone.Jenn: Something that [00:07:00] I, I also want to, to answer that that is coming up for me is when you mention going club to club and you know, stewarding Coke or that's a lot of times for many of us. Yes. It can be fun. Yeah. A lot of times it's us hiding behind something and I know for myself, In the past, it was like self harm.I was a cutter. I have suicide attempts getting in very, very bad situations. I never did well with drugs, which come to find out. It's probably because I'm bipolar type too, which apparently that makes you not as drugs and alcohol don't mix as well. I don't know. Maybe I was just like way too depressed all the time to do them.But I, I mentioned that because when we think about our coping strategies, we are taught coping [00:08:00] strategies from someone somewhere. If it's like I was gonna say media, but now it's probably social media. We are taught about it from our parents, from school, from TV, from friends. And that can be taught that we are alone.because of that shame because we don't know anybody else that's going through it. And a big reason that I always come back to people are not alone, is from the ages of two to about eight. I was locked in my room for weeks on end in solitary confinement. I had like the potty potty bowls, like the potty training, like toilets, like for little kids.And that's what I had to use. There were times where I didn't have anything in my room. There were times where I started and my dad took away all of my [00:09:00] toys and the first night I got my sleeping bag. The second night I got to have my Teddy bear or a pillow. And I wanted baby, my Teddy bear because I knew.I felt so alone. And I knew what it was like when my best friend would go around the side of the house and talk to me when my dad was throwing pool parties. And I never ever want anyone to feel that alone because just because we're in this situation and it can be any shitty situation. And there are people out there that care it's a lot of times, at least from what I've seen from so many individuals is figuring out for ourselves that we're not alone to push through it.And then we like end up finding people that are willing. Like we attract people that want to help. That sounds a little blue. Woo. [00:10:00] But it's like our vibe changes. De'Vannon: There's nothing wrong with some spirituality, honey, because the spiritual things affect. Everything. And just like the, the elephant in a room that doesn't get spoken about that yet, he really affects everyone in the room, spiritual and mental and emotional things are the same way.So the things we do physically are gonna say more than a manifestation of what came up inside of us first. So if you wanna call it woo, woo or whatever, who, whoever the hell, who, you know, you know, do not deny it's importance, embrace that shit, you know? Yes. We change our vibes. We change what we attract to us, you know our expectations.It's like, if you don't believe in yourself and you walk into a room, I'll crest, fall letting sad and wearing boring colors and shit, then people are not likely to believe in you as well. [00:11:00] But if you change your vibe and the way you think about yourself, then when you walk into the room, because you believe in yourself now, Everyone else will believe in you too.And then you only have your haters of course, but you know, that just comes along with success and strength. So , Jenn: and that is a lot easier said than done of changing your vibe and your mindset. And that's like a story for another day. I just wanna call out that it's not always that easy of just like changing your vibration and bam everything's fixed.It does definitely take time, De'Vannon: takes time and dedication and and learning a new path, you know, because you know, you learn to be defeated, self defeating and things like that. A lot of times when we're young and we don't realize we're taking on these habits, so now you gotta relearn how to live. And I use the vision board.I put pictures on my wall of how I wanted [00:12:00] to be, cuz I had to transition from being homeless and having nothing and spinning out control to having. Solid life that is structured into having prosperity and everything. And I put colorful pictures of everything, and I use that to reshape and to reframe the way I, I think about thought about myself and I still keep it to this day.So that's just one thing that worked for me. I recommend vision boards you know, and a lot of prayer and fasting and calling on the Lord. And we know whoever your higher power is connecting with that in whatever way you want to do it. But on a more practical level, you know, the vision board is something that's physical.You stick it on the wall and voila Jenn: exactly, exactly. And it's definitely something that I know at one point I was in my early twenties and I went to a five day like personal development workshop. And at the end of it, they were. [00:13:00] Picture what you're going to be doing in five years from now. And I completely drew a blank.And because at that point I was surprised I was still standing. And then on my I think I was around 25 when that happened. And then on my 30th birthday, that weekend, I had an opportunity to work in Europe and I'm on the train from cologne, Germany to Paris. And I get it checked into my hotel room and I just cry because I couldn't imagine being able to live the life I wanted to live to be able to even see Paris, to let alone live till I was 30.And it's even if you can't picture it right now, knowing that. You're not alone in that you can get through it [00:14:00] as my mom has always said. And it does help sometimes. Not always, but this too shall pass. And that's where I lean into a higher power of knowing that if I keep showing up, even if I don't have the answers, it will work out.And I love how you keep bringing up spirituality, because I think that's something that I, at least on shit you don't wanna talk about. We don't talk about it very often because I myself believe in ju in a higher power, not necessarily a title or anything, but, and it can be tricky bringing those type of topics up with people and not putting in my own views with it.so, well, I appreciate that. You talk De'Vannon: about. I don't see anything wrong with mixing in your own views, but you know, when it comes to higher power, you know, I, I [00:15:00] believe in YWE the God of the Hebrews, you know, what, whatever you wanna call him. But I, I always remember, you know, you know, the story of Moses when he's on the side of the mountain and he's first really meets God for real.And he wants to identify God, and he's asking him, who are you? You know, what category shall I put you in? How shall I address you or whatever. And the Lord told him, you know, I am that I am, which means in that moment, God was not necessarily ascribing to any sort of title or name or whatever, because any title that we can give to him is too small.Anyway. So the ones that we have are just a negotiation of God on our part, you know, to help us because we need, you know, do you know, to always have something in a category that we can understand. So. She needs to, we need to, she has to be a woman. She can't be non-binary, she can't be transgender. You gotta be straight.You know, it's other about humans, you know, in order for [00:16:00] us to feel comfortable, we have to know how do we classify you? Where do we put you? Mm-hmm you know, and so, so sure if you're higher power has no name. Okay. , it's something we've seen before about that. So Jenn: I love that. I love that. And I love how welcoming you are with that, because it's, it's not a conversation that I get to have very often.De'Vannon: Oh, but you did, to an extent with Mr. John Vanna yes. Of a cult called cult of Christianity podcast. And I'm gonna be interviewing him on Friday, but yes, that's the one show though that I am gonna pick your brain about towards the end of this interview. Okay. Just to kind of, you know, give people a little taste test of the flavor of the, a, of like, of an actual show.Yeah. And then we go from there. So this whole being locked up in solitary confinement as a [00:17:00] kid, first of all, I'm sorry that it happened. I'm just gonna say in advance, I'm sorry for everything bad that happened to you. That we're gonna talk about because it's quite a lot of shit so, okay. Couple of things.So you said your friend. Would talk to you. I'm imagining that there's some sort of like vent or a window to this room you're locked up in. How was she able to access you? Because I'm assuming she didn't just Walt sit down the hall through the house. Jenn: No, she didn't. It, so I lived in a three bedroom ranch.I would probably call it a two and a half bedroom ranch house. It, the, the room was pretty small and it had one window. And what would happen is my dad would throw, I grew up in Phoenix up until the age of eight and we, well, he would throw pool parties all the time in the back. And then she would go through the side of the house [00:18:00] and talk to me through the window.So. I would be able to open the screen the window a little bit to hear her and talk to her for a little bit until normally it was her mom trying to get her, luckily because her dad is not nice. Like my dad. And at that time, my mom was very, verylike brainwashed by my dad. I mean, he was, he was physically abusive, emotionally abusive to her, very narcissistic gas lighting that my mom ended up being physically and emotionally abusive to me in the long run yet. She never wanted to do it. It was like I ended up being her only outlet. So it's been a lot easier to forgive her.I also have forgiven my dad. At the same time, I choose not to have a [00:19:00] relationship with him because you can forgive and still keep a boundary. And that boundary is what I need to not have that toxic individual in my life. De'Vannon: Okay. I'm all further forgive. This is the boundaries there's family member right now.Who's cut off because they don't know how to talk. Talk to me and treat me right. So am I better? Don't have time for all that, cause I'm not gonna hurt myself over saying angry at that person. But at the same time, I don'tappreciate you doing that all the time about people getting over this addiction to family. So if it's blood family, it's not serving you, dad, sister, brother, cousin, fuck them. Get you a chosen family. You don't have to deal with that shit from them. Because I'm, I'm happy you explain it about your mom, cuz when you told me her quote, this two show pass, I wrote that down because I was trying to [00:20:00]reconcile in my head.How in the hell you were being abused in this household and yet she has this nice flower reword from the Hebrew Bible here. This is from Isaiah who said this in the book of Isaiah, cuz she's, he's preaching to you the Hebrew scriptures while you're being, you know, abused and locked up in the room. But you know, you explain just now like how she was going through everything.Like, Jenn: So it's also very complex, like even looking at it to this point of like in, after many years of therapy and being in a very stable relationship now for myself has taught me a lot about my mom too, which may sound weird. I'm an only kid and I feel like the older I get the easier it is to understand my mom, because I'm almost the age that she was when she had me.And I say that in [00:21:00] the fact that I'm learning that when I get very, very upset of like if my partner and I fight and it's a horrible fight, I may, majority of the time will black out the event, but I know what I felt. And it took me a long time to realize that that's what happened to my mom too. Of it's a coping mechanism.It's where you detach yourself or people may. I don't remember what the term is, but you actually like step out of yourself and see it happening to you. So it's happening to you instead of you doing it. And I think that's what my mom went through quite a bit because I I'm bipolar type too. I have depression, I have [00:22:00] anxiety.I have ADHD. I am also dyslexic. So it's just a, and PTSD. It is a very fun bunch. And I say that in the fact that there will be times where there's too many noises going on at once. Like a friend was pulling out of my grandmother's driveway, the music was playing. She was talking to me, there was a car coming down the street and she was about to pull out.She had plenty of room, but I was like, stop the car. You have to stop the car. And she's like, why? And I'm like, I can't breathe. And it's because I was going into a panic attack. I was, it was too much stimulation all at once that I couldn't comprehend what was going on. And I know that my mom has dealt with panic attacks her entire life.And yes, it was a different generation, but my dad would smack her in the [00:23:00] ear to try to get her to snap out of it. He would dump, like go fill five gallon buckets and pour them over her over and over and over again. He's pushed her downstairs. He's he conditioned her to think that she was nothing. And he isolated her as well, where I was isolated in my room.She was being isolated from all of her friends and family. He, for example, I didn't meet my family in Colorado until I was. 19. I think like I have a memory or two when I was under five and then I'd never met them again till I was older. And it was because my dad would tell this side of the family. So this is his family in Colorado that my mom and I want nothing to do with them that they can't stand, we can't stand them.And then he would come back and tell my mom and I, that we're unloved. No one [00:24:00] will love me. He's only going because he has to go. And so my mom really started believing that she was unloved. And my dad also a Barry's Lynn that I have a hard time with religion at this time where this is all happening is my dad.I feel that my dad joined the Mormon church for power, not for good. And when my mom has gone to the church for help. They didn't listen to her because my dad was this almighty cool dude. And the same thing happened to me when I tried to get help from my mom, no one believed me. And it's the type of thing that it's taken a lot of work yet, even though my mom and I have, she is very conservative and religious and hates the podcast half the time and [00:25:00] loves it the other half.And I'm just like, okay, mom, just, we're not gonna talk about anything. Yet at the same time, we do get into these very big debates of for example, about Juneteenth. She was like, I think it's stupid holiday. And I was like, why? It is one of the most important holidays that we need to stop whitewashing history and.Getting her to start thinking about it, made it, so that way eventually she understood and appreciated why Juneteenth was a holiday and that growth that I see in my mom, she has her ways yet she's still open to learning about other things and also has worked incredibly hard on being someone that cares for me without she's not looking for a return on investment, [00:26:00] basically where they're at a point that is what she was doing.If she didn't get anything at it out of it, she wouldn't do it. My dad to this day is definitely for the ROI. If he can't control it or get something out of it, he will just throw a tantrum and try to get control. De'Vannon: The way you speak of him, reminds me there's a, a documentary called keep sweet prey. And that is on Netflix.And it Chronicles the fellowship of a latter day saints. The Jeff's guys and all of that, that of course is an offshoot from Mormonism. Yeah. They became so extreme. I think even the Mormons was like, God damn, you know? Yeah, damn. And so, but it talks about that, how they suppress the women. And of course they're having sex with these 11, 12 year old girls and getting them pregnant.And then when the women, a few of them dare to try to complain, then of course it's always the woman's fault. She doesn't know what she's talking [00:27:00] about. The women are stupid, you know, they're cut off from everybody and stuff like that. And it's unfortunate that it makes God look bad in a way, because people until a person becomes spiritually mature, they will conflate.Church, religion and God, when in fact those three things are completely separate. A church is just a building. You go to . And so you don't, you know, again, churches came about, because back in the old Testament, people wanted to be like the other nations around them. God was perfectly cool. Just like hanging out his tents and hanging out in people's hearts is really what he wants, but they pushed the issue on this whole building.And God being super flexible, worked with humans and gave them, you know, let them build these churches, but he wasn't really trying to have all that from the beginning. And then religion is all man made all of these different denominations from the beginning. People were either you believed in God or you didn't there wasn't a [00:28:00] Christian way in a Catholic way, in a fucking Baptist way, in an AME way.Wasn't all of that. You know, as I say that the further I get away from churches and religion, the closer I get to God. And so, but I understand it is, is a bitch of a process, especially once you've been hurt and received trauma from a church of all places or watch somebody you love go through hurt to get back to good spiritually because you know, you look at the church, the church hurt people, you know, where's God, and all this, it takes a while, but you can overcome it.You know, whoever it is. I say, you, during this interview, I'm not actually talking to you. I know I got you talking to you and the whole world, all 8.7 billion people, however, oh, geez. So, okay. So I just, you can't imagine, like when you say solitary confinement just reminds me of the times [00:29:00] that I've been locked up in jail and just knowing that the world is going on around you mm-hmm you cannot be a part of it.Is like a terror in and of itself. So I imagine you in that room, hearing the parties and hearing the music and the noise, and you can't be a part of it, it sucks to be that close to something. And you have a wall standing in between you being in jail sucks. And so let me get, let me get more more you, how shall I say more granular, more intense with you here?Cause she, you know what I, I think I'm gonna read, I'm gonna read your bio that's okay. Because it's such a well written bio, so, and it will be of course included the show notes. And of course it is on her website, which will also go in the show notes, but it. Shit two. [00:30:00] Talk about.com, which is the number two.I'm also gonna put her link treat and show notes as well. But let me read this bio to y'all it's story time y'all should have bought my drag.So it says Jen has a story of her own. As a child, she suffered solitary confinement, physical abuse, mental abuse, sexual abuse, rape divorce, abortion, cutting, and suicide attempts. Her turbulent background is forged a path to help those who are suffering ignored and silenced. Shit, you don't wanna talk about is a place.People can come to find hope and healing to know they are not alone enough. Finally be heard. Clearly Jen's been through plenty of shit. Most people probably don't want to even acknowledge, let alone talk about, she thought she dealt with her past, but brain surgery in November, 2020 unleash [00:31:00] just tsunami of memories that could not be ignored.Honey, working through trauma, depression, anxiety, bipolar type two in eight, the D to the age to the D will be a lifelong journey. Jen strives to break the stigma of shit you don't talk about and turn it into shit. You do talk about. Jenn: I'm like trying not to smile the entire time you're talking about this.Like, I've I'm just gonna steal this clip. And at some point I'm putting like that part of it on TikTok, just as a heads up like that is going on, my TikTok De'Vannon: do with it, what you will, it's like, it's like a single episode that probably be done on your journey to deal with each one of these things. But tell me about the one thing that I know on this list would piss every Republican off the abortion.[00:32:00]Jenn: Yeah. So I've actually had two of them. The, the I'm gonna go with a second one first because I was heartbroken over that one. It was I had an I U D and my I U D failed and the person. I was with, and I'm still with I could see him. He would be an amazing father. I fell in love with him while we worked together and just seeing how his leadership and how kind he is and how well he takes care of his fam, how well, and he puts up with me, like, he's just like such an incredible human that it broke my heart.When luckily my doctor and my gynecologist, they [00:33:00] they're friends. That's actually how I got the referral. They both got on the phone with me at the same time. And they were like, Jen, if, if you keep, if you take this to term, either you could die, the baby could die, or both of you could die. The likelihood of you, both living with where the I U D implanted itself is not likely that.You'll be able to live and taking out the I U D will terminate the pregnancy. And I say that in the fact of it's like, I had a choice, but I didn't have a choice that one I've never wanted to have kids. And Tyler doesn't want kids either. It's, I've always, even since a young, young child, I have always wanted to adopt, I want every possible person to adopt of every age, like ever, [00:34:00] like this is my big lifelong dream.And so it was very conflicting in the fact of I wanted it yet. Didn't want it, but couldn't have it. It was a very, very different emotional experience than my first termination. My first termination. It was very interesting. I had a group of three friends and three friends plus me. So four of us, and we would all talk about it in like high school that, you know, if we ever got pregnant, that we would take it to term, we would never want an abortion.And then, and then it happens to you and you're an abusive relationship. And you can't imagine this kid [00:35:00] being somebody's child and picturing them going through worse things than you went through as a child.It was the type of thing that at that point in my life, I was still very much trained to be in very toxic relationships because that is what I grew up in. I. I always, always strive to get my father's approval in everything that the relationship I was in, I was doing the same thing. It was, I put this guy on a pedestal.Yes. He was a PhD student. Yes. He was from China. Yes. He's like really hot and six two, but he wasn't the coolest human on the inside. And it was not only was he like yelling at me that I got pregnant. It's like, it's not my fault. It wasn't like I [00:36:00] was trying to get pregnant. And when you go to get a termination, you're asked, is anyone forcing you to do this?Because your partner's not allowed in the room with you. And I get why they're asking it yet at the same time.I it's not like they planned parenthood or anybody or society in general is gonna do anything, even if I was forced, because it's not like they're going to go arrest him, which that would just fuck up his life. And I'm like, what would that do? They're not gonna let me raise on my own because of parental rights.It's it was definitely a different, a different situation [00:37:00] and a different type of guilt than the, the second one yet the first one, it wasn't the guilt of necessarily getting the termination. It was like getting. It done being with this human and possibly putting a child at risk yet at the same time, I luckily had the same primary care doctor.She broke it down for me and she's like, Jen, it sells at this point, it sells, it's nothing it's just sells. And that really did help me comprehend what was happening because my body, like I got COVID and I was like, literally like thought I got hit by a bus. I get sick. Like if I get a cold, I'll get bronchitis because of my asthma.I'm a pansy [00:38:00] when it comes to like anything medical. And so the effects of the pregnancy hit me faster than it can other women or those who have, can get pregnant. I do wanna say that, but it definitely.It was scary each time going to planned parenthood to people that were incredibly kind there and them having to be outside with security, being able, because there were people out there threatening, threatening me, just like they were threatening other people, just going to go get birth control. And I honestly, I wish I could just tell.I get, I get people are pro-life like, you want to see other, like people succeed yet. Our system is very broken because the people that we have right now, [00:39:00] we have so many systemic issues that I, I would've been in a very bad situation if I took it to term yet. Now we're being told in so many different states that.It's not our choice. And that terrifies me because it's like my grandfather having control of my body. But my grandfather wouldn't, you know, be here to take care of the baby. He wouldn't be here to give me money for the baby. And I feel like that's what it is. It's some old white dude just saying, yeah, you gotta keep it.And it's like, I don't know. This one is hard for me too, because it does remind me a lot about religion in the fact of, in many religions and humankind growing up, you know, as humankind [00:40:00]grows up there was where, you know, men wanted to propagate. They were like, let me, you know, get all the bitches pregnant.And I feel like that's almost what's happening again. Is. Yet, like back in the day, at least from what I've seen from studies is that there was a sense of somehow for community to help raise the child when that happened. And I don't think back then they really, you know, had abortions, but it's like, they want that to happen again yet, not give these pregnant humans, the resources, and they're not giving the humans that currently don't have resources, accessibility.There are too many communities and children that even in the us, don't have a safe roof over their head and are scary neighborhoods. And I am [00:41:00] grateful that I did both of them because it gave me the strength and understanding of what individuals may go through when they choose to have an abortion.De'Vannon: Okay, so good. God girl. So let me see how I'm gonna come at this. So, you know, religion is, religion is a thing which can be forced, but always like to remind people that this is the importance of getting to know God for yourself. Mm-hmm because God is not a forceful being. And the best example that I have of this is the whole road to Damas conversion story.Now, whenever this is preached, people usually preach it because this person was converted and Jesus appeared to him in the shining light. And there was much rejoicing. But what I get out of this story is. Saw the character in question here was [00:42:00] trying to do before Jesus cock blocked him. What he did was he went and got the religious leaders, lawmakers of the land, the San Hedron to give him political and legal power to persecute people who were not living according to how he thought they should be living.It's no different than what Republicans are doing today. And then on the, on his wages was like, no, bitch, I rebuke you stop. I did not commission you to go and force people in chains and in, and through threats to live, according to what you consider to be righteous, it's no different than what Republicans are doing.They get all, and the people hanging outside the abortion clinics, trying to threaten you. They've gotten all spun up on their emotions and they've gotten this confused with thinking that it's the voice of God and really it's just their own head talking to them. And now they've gone on all these witch hunts.and everything like that. But the Lord, you know, has already told [00:43:00] them, you know, you can do all these things and try to persecute all these people. But if you never know me, then you're not going to be able to enter into my rest when you die. So it's not about going out and trying to change the world.It's about trying to get close to God and these Republicans and these people hanging outside the abortion clinic wouldn't know God, if he walked up and stood in front of them, they know the first thing about spiritual living. And so, so I like to throw that out there because I know how easy it is to see these people who.Religion in the name of God, doing things like this that are totally not nice and it can be confusing, but the only way you can overcome that is to get to know God for yourself. You Jenn: know, I'm just giggling, cuz you're doing the finger pointing as you're talking, which just like reminds me of somebody that's like super religious.Like, you know, when they're like pointing at you. I, I will say for myself, I know that [00:44:00]there's a distinction I'm personally like. And so when I mention it, I, I specifically do try to say religion, not like God, like it reminds me of, you know, religion and like there's so many different, like for change to happen.Like for some reason there's we have so much history of just humans wanting power and mostly. Is white dudes and Catholicism and colonialization the entire world. Yet, that doesn't mean that, you know, all of Britain is bad. You know, it's not, all of Catholicism is bad, it's not, you know, all religions are bad.It is religion as a whole is I personally struggle with it [00:45:00] and I'm finding my own path to a higher power, especially something that I really, really struggle with. And this does have a bit to do with the abortions, but yet at the same time, not of one of my best friends passed away when I was 15 and I she passed away in November and in.February. I tried to take my own life and all I could say was why didn't she live? And I did. And it's very, very difficult for me. And I, I would say a lot of people of like, why things happen like that? Why do these traumas happen? And I think a lot of it is we [00:46:00] can't just blame a higher power. There are things out of control.There are things that need to happen to because become who we're meant to be. And a lot of those things are shit. You don't wanna talk about so it's. That's why I, I know I, I said earlier that I struggled to talk about religion because it's still a very unknown for me yet. I am working on finding my own spirituality because it does help me center myself believing in something.De'Vannon: Well, I think you're on the, the best path because to me, the whole point of, of spirituality is to have a personal relationship to God. And so when you say that you're finding your own path, I think that that's the whole point. I view churches in this whole instructional way of approaching God. Okay.That's a starting point, but I believe people [00:47:00] should graduate from the need to go to church. And stuff like that. Cuz church is a schoolhouse is a place where you go to learn shit. There's no other school that you are expected to stay in for the rest of your fucking life. Yeah. You know, at some point you've gotta get close enough to God where you can be like, all right, church, thanks to the foundation.Bye bitches. I'm just gonna go be with God now. Cuz if you don't do it now you're gonna do when you die. Cause you cannot, can't stay attached to the church's nipple forever. I mean, they want you to cause they want your fucking money, but, and I don't mean that negatively or positively, but it's just true.They're an entity. They need fucking money to stay around. Yeah. And bitches get to graduating on their asses and it's gonna put their bottom line in jeopardy. So I don't have an agenda of what I'm telling you. I'm just trying to get you super free. So But I think that what you're doing is, is perfect.Like I want to find a way to God for myself and I just wanna be with him or her or they, however it is you choose to refer [00:48:00] her power. And I don't want to have a church or an old white wrinkly man telling me how to do it. I'll just take it from here. Thank you very much. I think, I think that's perfect.Jenn: and, and to that point, something that I do wanna mention that I don't know if it'll help anybody else, but a few years ago I was at a different personal development course. I've been to a lot of those and I met someone named TA and I just went tall, ALA just cuz it rhymed. And it made me happy that when things rhyme and she's like, that's cute.But a is God, I was like, whoa. Oh, oops, my bad. And it. And she's Muslim and that's where she's she's from. Actually I don't remember where she's from, but ever since that point, for some reason, if I say ALA, [00:49:00] it feels safe. If I say, God, it doesn't. And I think it is the terminology of the association with the word, not with the, the higher power.And I wanna mention that to like anybody listening, because if you're struggling with just like finding your way through this shit, and you wanna hire power, you don't have to call them God. There are other terms for them. It could be higher spirit. It could be boss lady. It could be, you know, whatever is gonna make it easier for you to know that somebody has your back.De'Vannon: Amen. And amen. So when, when you said you had the suicide attempt, was it does this have anything to do with you fearing, like you wouldn't live past 30 or was that like mental health thing? Is there a correlation there is, are those two separate things? [00:50:00]video1201517871: There's Jenn: a correlation yet? It would be easier to tell you after the rest of my story, like out of all the other pieces, because me not thinking that I would live till 30 sprouted from such a young age of, I don't even remember when I just never thought I would live very long.And by the time I was 15 having a suicide attempt and wondering why I lived, I just figured I would die soon. De'Vannon: How did you try to kill yourself? Jenn: Pills. and I sh I technically should have died. I went, I went home and I gave my mom a hug and kissed goodnight for the first time in like a really long time.And I [00:51:00] told the cats goodnight. We had two cats and I went to the bathroom and I had this giant bottle of medication and I had a water bottle and like a gallon water. And I just started pouring them in my mouth and then chugging pouring in my mouth and chugging. And at that point I sat there for a minute and the world already started getting dizzy.And so I stumbled into my room and I just fell on my back and I woke up in the morning. Because my mom's like, Hey, you need to get up for school. And she's like, oh shit, you're sick. Never mind I'll call in for you because I just had white paste all over me, which falling asleep on my back and puking many, many times someone can die from that.By suffocating on their own vomit. And I lived, and [00:52:00] my mom, I was always sick. I mean, I'm sick all the time anyway, but I was really sick all the time then. And it was, that happened on a Wednesday and I didn't get to the hospital until Sunday because I didn't tell my mom what happened. She just was like, you're sick.Okay. Whatever. And finally she saw I wasn't getting better. So she took me to the ER and I'm going in and out of consciousness. And I still can't keep anything down at this point. And. The nurses told my mom that I have hepatitis C, which is, I guess is not like hepatitis a and B I don't know enough about them, but it's like, can be like a serious cold, but not like I don't understand it.All I know is that's what happened. And my mom went to call some of my friends let them know because it can be very contagious. And that's when I told the nurse that I took the Tylenol [00:53:00]and they charge started checking my liver and they were gonna Lifelight me down to I, at this point, I'm in Idaho.They were gonna Lifelight me down to salt lake for a liver transplant. And for some reason they couldn't do it that night. They were planning on doing it. First thing in the morning, they checked all my numbers again, and I was fine. Like it never happened.De'Vannon: Do you think you received a miracle.Jenn: I think that's a very complex question to answer. I,I think thata few years after that, I worked at a restaurant where this friend's name was our letter that passed away a few months beforehand. And [00:54:00] our letter was seriously, one of the best humans in the entire world. And her mom came into this restaurant that I was a hostess at, and it's been years, I'm a senior in high school and she just like starts crying when she sees me.And she's like, Jen, you have to promise me that you will do something big in the world because their letter couldn't and. It's the type of thing that I've learned that yes, I've gone through a lot of shit, but at the same time, I do have opportunities and privileges that others don't and I can give them a platform.I can be an advocate. I can be an ally because nobody deserves to go through this shit and we all need help. And [00:55:00] I don't know if it was just our letter, you know, hanging out and you know, going like, bitch, you're not gonna die. She would say something like that. or a miracle or whatnot, but it's definitely something that I do my best to.Remember now that if I don't take care of myself, I can't take care of everyone else. And it's can be incredibly lonely wanting to strive to help. And yet knowing that you can't help everybody in the world, which I feel like you, you might understand in the fact of like your book was, you asked me if I found any of it cathartic.And it was, it was knowing that like when your mom kept [00:56:00] showing up, even though like in the book, at least it sounded like you didn't always like reply to her very nicely or treat her nicely at that time. And it, it was cathartic in the fact that my father-in-law who. Has been, was a meth addict for 30 years, moved in with us last year.And he's been clean for over a year now. And it's these type of things that I'm like, you know, if I didn't go through this shit, I wouldn't have been able to handle my father-in-law living with us. I wouldn't have been able to, you know, talk about Juneteenth with my mom. And I'm, I'm not trying to say this as like, oh goodness, I heard this term the other day value preaching or something like that, where like, people are like, I'm doing this.So you should feel like, so sorry for me. I'm [00:57:00] like, oh God, that is a really annoying thing. But it's like, if we go through shit, there was a reason for it. We just have to find it De'Vannon: true. We've got to be an Alchemist and turn it from one form of matter into another. So I love that book.Which one I'm I'm thinking of the anime full metal Alchemist. Jenn: Oh no. The Alchemist is actually an incredible book. And from Pablo, like Alta, it could be, I don't I'm do not quote me on that. I'm looking it up right now. It's like, seriously, one of the best books. It is Paul Coelho. We're gonna go with that.It's by a Brazilian author, which was actually first [00:58:00] published in 1988 and has been translated in so many languages. And it is, I think, have you ever read it? I'm guessing you haven't read it. You should read. It is a It's about a boy seeking treasure and that's all I'm gonna say. And there's a much bigger picture in it that you, I feel like would absolutely love and enjoy.De'Vannon: If the winds below in my favor for that, then I shall read it. One day I will tuck it right back in the back of my nogging and then if it makes its way to the front, then it's meant to be thank you for the suggestion. So do you still have hepatitis C or was it like a childhood thing? Jenn: I never actually had it.It was my, all the liver failure was from my taking the pills. De'Vannon: Gotcha. So, [00:59:00] and what we're going to do since we're nearing the end of our hour here, I'm going to invite you to come back on the show because there's some stuff that I wanted to talk about. Like, like your own history of homelessness. I wanted to get, get into those TikTok videos too.When you did one on June team, you did one about being an, an LGBTQIA plus ally. That was the one that you were crying and talking about the anxiety and the depression. And then I wanted to get more into like the ADHD and the bipolar type two because of your passion about speaking. So those are the things that I wanna have you back on to cover the next time.Yay. And so, but I still wanted to, so to close out, I wanted to talk about a boy over at the call of Christianity. Oh, yes. Yes. So I wanted to read some of the topics of some of the titles from your show, which I mentioned at the beginning of this one, just so people can get a feel [01:00:00] for the flavor. So the most recent one that came out is called raise the lie.There's another one called repeatedly dead dealing with self hatred. Andralia what's endophilia gay guys.That's it then Jenn: it has a better like proper term then, but I think it is gay men andCelia meaning is oh no, it is just wait, showing pre preference for males or humans as distinguished from animals. It's normally showing a preference for males. So men showing a preference for males. Yeah. De'Vannon: So they can get into all kind of things like toxic masculinity and stuff like that too.Jenn: [01:01:00] Oh yeah. Like they're pride month. That was a fun one.That, that was a fun one that. We talked about a lot of shit that month De'Vannon: mm-hmm I love on your website, you have a little colorful pride logo on some of the episodes that, that looked like they were pride, distinct, distinct Jenn: for pride. Yes. I need to switch my, the logo back on so many things, because I just really liked the logo being so colorful, but I'm at the same time, I'm like, Jen, you have to put it back to the normal logo.Okay. De'Vannon: keep the color on my, on my down under apparel website, my clothing website, E each year we do pride sale each year up until now. It's been through June, but I couldn't bring myself to end it because of everything that's going on and how much a love, I feel like needs to just be proliferated and just infused into the world.I was like, you know what? I don't think pride needs to end because June is over. And so, you know what? I'm just gonna leave the cell up [01:02:00] until I feel like taking it down. And I don't know when that'll be. And so. So cult of Christianity John veer you know, he has his own podcast and everything like that.So just as we get ready to close here, just tell me about like your experience with that, because I think it's so interesting, cuz religion is one of the things I love talking about the most mm-hmm , it's something that you're struggling with and then we have the call to Christianity bringing us to like a meeting point.So how was your experience with that episode? Jenn: I would say that it was a,Hmm. Validating in the fact of, so I asked John to go a little bit out of his wheelhouse to kind of go [01:03:00] over quickly, a brief history of religion. And more distinctly Christianity. And I think he did a fabulous job doing so it was hard because it really does show how religion and so much of religion is.And notice I'm saying religion, not God mm-hmm , but religion is based off of men in power. And it was very, very validating hearing that. And I ended up actually cutting that episode short because on shit, you know, I wanna talk about, I wanna give people talk about this shit in a way to share the knowledge, not necessarily my opinion.And so I'm actually gonna be having somebody come on. That is [01:04:00] Is Christian and goes to multiple different denominations. And like, just because it is the type of thing that we all have our own spiritual path, I've been so curious about so many different religions. That's also, I wanna have all sorts of religions on the podcast yet.It was very, very difficult not to be like amen to everything John was saying and fuck religion, but I didn't. And that was my experience with it because it wasinteresting of how so much of history is only written by those. I mean, it makes sense, but history is written by those who win and those who overpower others. So the story of religion is very different than what. [01:05:00] A higher power may have wanted. De'Vannon: That's all true. And I, I love this may sound like sadistic and shit, but I love the way God doesn't necessarily make it super easy for us to hit it.I mean, it's there, I mean, for God sake, the internet and everything, if you really wanna look cause I'm shit up and fact check it, you can. Yeah. I love the way that it's kind of riddled. And tainted like that because through the struggle of reaching for God, it's like a, it's like a plant that's planted in dirt, but it has a climate's way out or butterfly coming out of its cocoon.It's not an easy process, but like you stated earlier, we need that struggle to turn us into who we're going to be. And so God does it. It's easy for us to get to God, but we may have to cipher through some bullshit, you know, to really get clarity on him. But I think it's like that because he wants to see if we really give a fuck enough about him to, [01:06:00] to try cuz we'll go for anything hard in life money.Sex relationships, our children, that many people put on pedestals, our pets, which many people put on pedestals, you know, I do. And I'm my, dog's Jenn: the cutest in the world. I'm De'Vannon: sure that he or she or they are, but, you know, but what I'm saying is I love it because you know, just too many times people get real casual with spiritual stuff and they're like, well, we'll get to it one day or I'll just twirl through church on Sunday for an hour that you'd cut it.I'm more like, I'm like you know, maybe not, you know, if you really, really trying to get close. And so, so I'm happy you have that conversation with oh, good old John. And what you're saying is true, and I'm gonna be talking with Barry Bowen from the Trinity foundation, which investigates churches and PR pastors and stuff like that.And we're gonna talk about the money trail that follows the people [01:07:00] who interpret the Bible. Now and how it, how it's behind the scenes is quite corrupt. I think it's quite corrupt. They have yet to do the interview, but because because I've been wondering for a while, you know, who the fuck interprets the Bible, you know, I know when they sit down and do it, they don't invite trans people and black people and indigenous people.It's still old fucking white people, you know, doing it all. So the last thing I'll say before we wrap this up to echo your point, there's this I'm a documentary who I just consume them like a, like a porn store consumes Dick. I'm telling you, I just can't get enough. And so ghetto, cock consumption. And so so there's a book of queer that is on discovery.It's the five episode thing and they get into the true history. So they tell us about how Abraham Lincoln was big, old queer, you know, and everybody, and all these people you didn't think. And even king [01:08:00] James himself, according to the book of queer, the same person, the king James version of the Bible is the one I'm talking about.Apparently he loved the boys too. And so, so I, I suggest people to check it out, but the whole point of what they was saying is that the same people who commissioned this whole transcription of the Bible were like not straight themselves. Mm-hmm . And then@overviewbible.com, my friend Jeffrey Crans runs that website.And then he gets into like historical topics about the Bible. There's one video of his, I watched today really gets in the detail about how, how, like it took about 500 years of really for the Bible to come to be what it is, how there's really no original text of it left. You know, it gets into like the subject, you know, the subjectivity of the nature of it, who commissioned at the Bible, how the Catholics had their 73 books.And then the, the Protestants had their 66 books, you [01:09:00] know, you know how it was really not a set in stones thing. Right. So that's all I have to say about it. I'm looking forward to speaking with John. I've loved talking to you for this first time around. I'm looking forward to doing it again, bitch. Is there anything else you would like to say to the world?Jenn: Yes on the mental health aspect. On my Twitter, I host a Twitter space every Wednesday at 9:00 AM, Pacific noon Eastern to talk about all of these NeuroD diversities. A lot of it is coming from the tech world, but I specifically mentioned that because a lot of times we don't always know how to deal with NeuroD diversities, which is like bipolar ADHD dyslexia, you know, these not being [01:10:00]atypical and the struggles.And that is I think, a great spot to learn more. About it without having to, like, you can ask a question and I feel like Twitter is kind of a cool space to do so. Cause you don't need to be as public about it, you know, to get answers. So definitely suggest checking that out. And it's on my personal Twitter, which is Jen genau, Jen gen.De'Vannon: Okay. I'll be sure we include all of that in the show notes. Thank you so much for coming on and we look forward to filming part two. Yay. Thank you.Thank you all so much for taking time to listen to the sex drugs in Jesus podcast. It really means everything to me. Look, if you love the show, [01:11:00] you can find more information and resources at SexDrugsAndJesus.com or wherever you listen to your podcast. Feel free to reach out to me directly at DeVannon@SexDrugsAndJesus.com and on Twitter and Facebook as well.My name is De'Vannon and it's been wonderful being your host today and just remember that everything is gonna be right. 

Chatabix
World Cup Song Chat and Joe's Isolated Vocals

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 28:08


David and Joe chat about their new World Cup song and then they listen to Joe's isolated vocals.Follow Chatabix on Twitter https://twitter.com/chatabix1 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/chatabixpodcast/PATREON: For extra stuff from us Patreon.com/chatabixMERCH: chatabixshop.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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The Non-Traditional Caregiver- Providing Emotional Support and Assisting Loved Ones in Who are Physically and Emotionally Isolated (Episode 53)

Caregiver's Compass

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 44:11


In this episode, guest Marie (name changed for anonymity) discusses her responsibilities as a caregiver for her parents who are emotionally and physically isolated. She touches upon how supporting their social needs and trying to protect her high risk parents from illness has impacted her marriage, caring for her two young children and trying to balance seeing her own friends and prioritizing life events. Visit us on our website:www.compassionincaregiving.comJoin our FREE Facebook community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/compassioncaregiverconnectionFor more visit our Instagram! @compassionincaregiving

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How To Stop Feeling Lonely & Isolated? Step 1:  Do One Thing You've Always Wanted To!

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 9:54


In our previous episode, we talked about how “feeling alone” is like wearing blinders. You convince yourself that socializing or making new friends are not that important— that all you care about are the things that are already a part of your life. You will probably continue to convince yourself that you dislike the things you've never tried and that these just aren't for you. As these walls you build become thicker, you will start to feel isolated and disconnected. In this episode, Destiny and Dj Dezzee will talk about how stepping out of your comfort zone will spark joy, help you build strong bonds and relationships and make you feel more alive and connected with the world! Here's another fun episode with Destiny & Dj Deezee!

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145. Do You Feel Alone and Isolated Navigating the Challenges of Stepfamily Life?

The Blended Family Coaching Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 30:18


Have you ever tried to describe your blended family's unique challenges to a friend — only to be met with a blank stare because they simply didn't understand?Or maybe you felt judged by someone who just didn't get the reality of your family dynamics.Or somewhere along the way you were given advice that just wasn't helpful.Most of us living in blended family dynamics have been there — we often feel alone in our struggles.We might even start to believe that there's something wrong with us because no one around seems to be able to relate to what we're experiencing.But the truth is, you're not alone.  You may just need to be intentional about finding your community.We discovered early in our journey just how valuable a supportive community is.  Particularly because blended family dynamics can be so confusing, chaotic and painful.The empathy, encouragement, and wisdom of others that are traveling down the same bumpy road are invaluable.  Navigating all the complexities that come with stepfamily life is much better when you can lean on others who you know really get it.In this episode we'll share our personal experience in supportive communities as well as 4 benefits of community that have led to our family's success — and lots of other families too! You'll Discover:The value of community in cultivating hope and experiencing real progress in your blended familyWhy trying to do blended family life 'in a bubble' leads to isolation, loneliness, pain, and disconnection4 positive outcomes of being involved in the right kind of community  Ready for some extra support? We all need some extra support along the blending journey — we're here to help.  You can connect with us for a free coaching call to see how we might help you experience more clarity, confidence and connection in your home.  Schedule your free call here:  https://calendly.com/mikeandkimcoaching/freesessionSubscribe or Follow the Show Are you subscribed or following the podcast yet?  If not, we want to encourage you do that today so you don't miss a single episode.  Click here to subscribe in Apple PodcastsClick here to follow on SpotifyLeave a Review in Apple PodcastsIf you're feeling extra helpful, we would be so grateful if you left us a review over on Apple Podcasts too. Your review will help others find our podcast — plus they're fun for us read too! :-)  Just click here to Review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and then select “Write a Review” — let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is.  Thank you, we really appreciate your feedback!Want to be a founding member of our community? Just email us at mike@mikeandkimcoaching.com or Message us on Facebook or Instagram. Let us know that you're interested and we'll send you a link to get started. We can't wait to hear from you!

Everything is Black and White - a Newcastle United podcast
DRAW WITH BOURNEMOUTH HIGHLIGHTS TOON REALITY - A LACK OF SQUAD DEPTH, ISOLATED ISAK AND STRUGGLING WITHOUT WILSON AND SAINT-MAXIMIN

Everything is Black and White - a Newcastle United podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 39:51


Andrew and Aaron are back to discuss Newcastle United's 1-1 draw with Bournemouth. The Magpies were held to yet another draw in what was a disappointing performance. The pair look at what went wrong but also highlight the positivities.

The Deep Purple Podcast
Episode #179 - Space Truckin' (Isolated Tracks)

The Deep Purple Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 87:08


The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #179 Space Truckin' (Isolated Tracks) September 19, 2022 Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, Amazon Music, or search in your favorite podcatcher! How To Support Our Show: Leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts Buy Merch at Our Etsy Store! Become a Patron on Patreon Donate on Paypal (Donate one time or click “make this a monthly donation” box) Donate to $DPPOD Using Cash App Brendan Ashbrook - Logo Designer New Patron/Patron Upgrades: Fielding Fowler and his extended clan: Scott Zerns joins at the $5.00 “Money Lender” Tier Thanks to Our Executive Level Patrons: Deep Dive Podcast Network: Deep Dive Podcast Network Sabbath Bloody Podcast Skynyrd Reconsydyrd The Deep Purple Podcast T-Bone's Prime Cuts On The Other Side In The Lap Of The Pods The Magician's Podcast Hawk Binge Maiden A-Z Diary of the Madmen Universally Speaking: The Red Hot Chili Peppers Podcast Metal Gods Podcast The Podcast Will Rock Back Tracks: Aerosmith Revisited So Far, So Pod . . . So What! The Tom Petty Project Thanks to Our Core Level Patrons: Isolated Tracks: Drums (Ian Paice) Bass (Roger Glover) Guitar (Ritchie Blackmore Organ (Jon Lord) Vocals (Ian Gillan) Thanks To Our Foundation Level Patrons: Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you'd like us to cover? We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

The WorkSAFE Podcast | Workplace Safety Strategies
Ep. 91: Safety Solutions | How New Technology Protects Isolated Employees

The WorkSAFE Podcast | Workplace Safety Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 28:57


Working alone is a common task across different industries. This includes people who work with the public, high-risk individuals or in high-risk situations. Without a team, workplace - or even a phone handy - how can employers know when an employee is in trouble? Learn how technology bridges this gap with Serese Selanders, founder and CEO OF SolusGuard.

Nobody Panic
How to Cope When You Feel Isolated (Live at Salisbury International Arts Festival)

Nobody Panic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 41:21


Stevie and Tessa discuss feeling isolated, putting yourself out there, being BRAVE and crucially... latching. Another live episode, this time from Salisbury Arts Centre as part of the Salisbury International Arts Festival on the 17 June.Subscribe to the Nobody Panic Patreon at patreon.com/nobodypanicWant to support Nobody Panic? You can make a one-off donation at https://supporter.acast.com/nobodypanicRecorded live at Salisbury International Arts Festival and edited by Naomi Parnel for Plosive.Photos by Marco Vittur, jingle by David Dobson. Be part of the Nobody Panic Patreon gangSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/nobodypanic. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Life After Medicine
Here's Why You Feel So Isolated (and how to fix it!)

Life After Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 24:55


Do you ever feel like you want to hide under the covers and avoid life? This is how I always used to feel in residency- and recently how I've been feeling since my accident. Essentially it's this feeling of self induced isolation and disconnection, that meditation teacher Tara Brach refers to as “severed belonging”. In today's episode I talk about….Why we experience severed belongingHow the trauma of working in healthcare during covid likely impacted your nervous systemHow to start downregulating your nervous system so you can move out of survival modeIf you want to learn 21 tools of downregulating your nervous system and relieving your stress- come join me for Stress-Free September.

The Epstein Chronicles
Police In Memphis Believe That The Abduction of Eliza Fletcher Was An Isolated And Random Incident (9/9/22)

The Epstein Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 10:55


According to authorities tasked with investigating the abduction and murder of Eliza Fletcher, Cleotha Abston Henderson saw an target of opportunity and took it. There were questions swirling previously about the attack and if it was planned or random. Cleotha Abston Henderson will appear in court on September 19th. (commercial at 6:39)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://people.com/crime/eliza-fletcher-death-isolated-attack-by-stranger/

Beyond The Horizon
Police In Memphis Believe That The Abduction of Eliza Fletcher Was An Isolated And Random Incident (9/9/22)

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 10:55


According to authorities tasked with investigating the abduction and murder of Eliza Fletcher, Cleotha Abston Henderson saw an target of opportunity and took it. There were questions swirling previously about the attack and if it was planned or random. Cleotha Abston Henderson will appear in court on September 19th. (commercial at 6:39)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://people.com/crime/eliza-fletcher-death-isolated-attack-by-stranger/

The Bobby Bones Show
(Fri Full) Jake Owen In-Studio Shares The Country Artist He'd Let Babysit His Kids + We Talk With A Woman Who Married Herself + Isolated Vocals Game

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 52:45


Jake Owen stops by the studio to talk about his Oscar snub and future acting career, which song of his he hates performing live and the country artist he'd let babysit his kids. We call a woman in the U.K. who married herself, she explains why. Plus, we play the Isolated Vocals game where Bobby shares only the vocals from famous songs and show members try and guess the titles.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

American Conservative University
Jan 6 Political Prisoners Tortured, Beaten, Frozen, Isolated and Kept in Solitary by Leftist Judges and D.C. Warden.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 51:03


Jan 6 Political Prisoners Tortured, Beaten, Frozen, Isolated and Kept in Solitary by Leftist Judges and D.C. Warden. Dennis Prager Podcasts Political Prisoner  Aug 29 2022   Dennis talks to Jon Mellis, a January 6 political prisoner who is in jail in Washington, DC. He has been in jail for 19 months and has never had a bail hearing, let alone a trial. Isn't this in clear violation of Bill of Rights — the right to a speedy trial and the prohibition against unreasonable bail? A new study suggests that Biden's student loan forgiveness plan will cost not $300 billion, but $1 trillion. What's $700 billion between friends?... California and Washington won't allow gas powered cars to be sold after 2035. And for what? A vanishingly small lowering of temperature — maybe. Canada is spending $100 million to support the 2SLGBTQIA+ community… Secular + Affluence = Boredom leads to Leftism… Dennis talks to Xaviaer DuRousseau, PragerForce member. He has a dramatic transformation story. Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com.   --------------------------------------------------------------------  Visit Pragertopia  https://pragertopia.com/member/signup.php  The first month is 99 cents. After the first month the cost is $7.50 per month. If you can afford to pay for only one podcast, this is the one we recommend. It is the best conservative radio show out there, period. ACU strongly recommends ALL ACU students and alumni subscribe to Pragertopia. Do it today!  You can listen to Dennis from 9 a.m. to Noon (Pacific) Monday thru Friday, live on the Internet  http://www.dennisprager.com/pages/listen  ------------------------------------------------------------------------ For a great archive of Prager University videos visit- https://www.youtube.com/user/PragerUniversity/featured   Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2eB2p0h Get PragerU bonus content for free! https://www.prageru.com/bonus-content Download Pragerpedia on your iPhone or Android! Thousands of sources and facts at your fingertips. iPhone: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsnbG Android: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsS5e Join Prager United to get new swag every quarter, exclusive early access to our videos, and an annual TownHall phone call with Dennis Prager! http://l.prageru.com/2c9n6ys Join PragerU's text list to have these videos, free merchandise giveaways and breaking announcements sent directly to your phone! https://optin.mobiniti.com/prageru Do you shop on Amazon? 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It'll make you think harder, pray more ardently, and understand your civilization better." — Ben Shapiro, host of "The Ben Shapiro Show" "Dennis Prager's commentary on Exodus will rank among the greatest modern Torah commentaries. That is how important I think it is. And I am clearly not alone... It might well be on its way to becoming the most widely read Torah commentary of our time—and by non-Jews as well as by Jews." — Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, bestselling author of Jewish Literacy Why do so many people think the Bible, the most influential book in world history, is outdated? Why do our friends and neighbors – and sometimes we ourselves – dismiss the Bible as irrelevant, irrational, immoral, or all of these things? This explanation of the Book of Exodus, the second book of the Bible, will demonstrate that the Bible is not only powerfully relevant to today's issues, but completely consistent with rational thought. Do you think the Bible permitted the trans-Atlantic slave trade? You won't after reading this book. Do you struggle to love your parents? If you do, you need this book. Do you doubt the existence of God because belief in God is “irrational?” This book will give you reason after reason to rethink your doubts. The title of this commentary is, “The Rational Bible” because its approach is entirely reason-based. The reader is never asked to accept anything on faith alone. As Prager says, “If something I write does not make rational sense, I have not done my job.” The Rational Bible is the fruit of Dennis Prager's forty years of teaching the Bible to people of every faith, and no faith. On virtually every page, you will discover how the text relates to the contemporary world and to your life. His goal: to change your mind – and then change your life.   Highly Recommended by ACU. Purchase his book at- https://www.amazon.com/Rational-Bible-Exodus-Dennis-Prager/dp/1621577724   The Rational Bible: Genesis by Dennis Prager  USA Today bestseller Publishers Weekly bestseller Wall Street Journal bestseller Many people today think the Bible, the most influential book in world history, is not only outdated but irrelevant, irrational, and even immoral. This explanation of the Book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible, demonstrates clearly and powerfully that the opposite is true. The Bible remains profoundly relevant—both to the great issues of our day and to each individual life. It is the greatest moral guide and source of wisdom ever written. Do you doubt the existence of God because you think believing in God is irrational? This book will give you many reasons to rethink your doubts. Do you think faith and science are in conflict? You won't after reading this commentary on Genesis. Do you come from a dysfunctional family? It may comfort you to know that every family discussed in Genesis was highly dysfunctional! The title of this commentary is “The Rational Bible” because its approach is entirely reason-based. The reader is never asked to accept anything on faith alone. In Dennis Prager's words, “If something I write is not rational, I have not done my job.” The Rational Bible is the fruit of Dennis Prager's forty years of teaching the Bible—whose Hebrew grammar and vocabulary he has mastered—to people of every faith and no faith at all. On virtually every page, you will discover how the text relates to the contemporary world in general and to you personally. His goal: to change your mind—and, as a result, to change your life.