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Paternal
#46 Dr. Ian Kerner: The Sex Episode

Paternal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 40:22


Dr. Ian Kerner is a licensed psychotherapist and nationally recognized sexuality counselor who specializes in sex therapy, couples therapy and working with individuals on a range of relational issues that often lead to distress. He's the author of a number of books on sexuality including the new York times bestseller She Comes First, and earlier this year released his latest book, So Tell Me About the Last Time You Had Sex, where he shares the some fundamental exercises he uses to help thousands of couples achieve more intimacy and enjoyment. On this episode of Paternal, Dr. Kerner dives deep into a variety of topics, including how men think and communicate about sex. He also offers some insights for people who grew up in homes where conversations about sex were completely neglected, how to avoid falling into unsatisfying routines in the bedroom, and what parents can do to create novelty and nuance in their sex lives after having kids. Learn more about Paternal and sign up for our newsletter at www.paternalpodcast.com. You can also email host Nick Firchau at nick@paternalpodcast.com with any comments or suggestions for men he should profile on the show. Make sure you subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts or wherever you're listening, then keep an eye on your feed for new episodes.

Empowered Relationship Podcast: Your Relationship Resource And Guide
ERP 288: How to Support Psychological-Sexual Arousal In Relationship - An Interview With Dr. Ian Kerner

Empowered Relationship Podcast: Your Relationship Resource And Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 48:45


On today's episode of The Empowered Relationship Podcast, Dr. Ian Kerner and I discuss what a ‘sex script' is and why it can help couples achieve intimacy by rewriting our sex script. He shares his insights into why these sex scripts are not only based on physical behaviors and describes how he helps couples understand that psychological arousal begins with our minds. We dive into the details of why Dr. Kerner has been a longtime advocate for a new paradigm of sexual pleasure for heterosexual couples, focused around clitoral stimulation rather than the previous procreative model of sex. Dr. Kerner explores why the core of the orgasm gap between men and women is down to the differences in how men and women experience the plateau phase in the process of sexual response. We also discuss how getting into a state of ‘neutral entrainment,' when you're relaxed and in the moment and feeling the erotic heat being generated, helps foster a sensual connection.  Ian Kerner, Ph.D., LMFT, is the co-leader of the sex therapy program at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and contributes regularly on the topic of sex for CNN. He is the New York Times best-selling author of She Comes First (Harper Collins), which has been translated into more than a dozen languages, and he maintains a private practice in NYC dedicated to honoring the centrality of sexuality in his patients' lives. Check out the transcript to this episode in Dr. Jessica Higgin's website. In this episode: 07:32 How psychological arousal relates to sexual intimacy  08:28 Why couples in long term relationships often develop a ‘sex script' over time  12:51 Recognition that psychological arousal is a key component of sexual satisfaction 14:06 Why anticipation is an integral part of psychological excitement and how tapping into our erotic imaginations and fantasies helps get us going 18:42 Reciprocity is elemental for our sense of bonding, particularly when we're talking about intimacy and the vulnerability around reaching that authentic sexual place  26:06 The element of play and being able to express sexual fantasy in recreating your sexual script 32:37 How to move from the shallow end in these conversations about sexual fantasy and drift further in so that we don't get fearful and anxious about the process of connecting sexually 35:57 Dr. Kerner's tips to help someone safely explore to open up more capacity and let go of their sexual rigidity 37:44 Introducing the idea of sexual exploration without pressure 41:50 Shifting from intercourse to outercourse and creating a sex script that adds and rearranges the right elements for us as a couple  43:15 How to find out more about Dr. Ian Kerner and get ahold of his latest book So Tell Me About the Last Time You Had Sex: Laying Bare and Learning to Repair Our Love Lives Mentioned So Tell Me About the Last Time You Had Sex: Laying Bare and Learning to Repair Our Love Lives (*Amazon Link) She Comes First: The Thinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman (*Amazon Link) Connect with Dr. Ian Kerner Website: iankerner.com   Connect with Dr. Jessica Higgins Facebook: facebook.com/EmpoweredRelationship  Instagram: instagram.com/drjessicahiggins  Podcast: drjessicahiggins.com/podcasts/ Pinterest: pinterest.com/EmpowerRelation  LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/drjessicahiggins  Twitter: @DrJessHiggins  Website: drjessicahiggins.com   Email: jessica@drjessicahiggins.com If you have a topic you would like me to discuss, please contact me by clicking on the “Ask Dr. Jessica Higgins” button here.  Thank you so much for your interest in improving your relationship.  Also, I would so appreciate your honest rating and review. Please leave a review by clicking here.  Thank you!   *With Amazon Affiliate Links, I may earn a few cents from Amazon, if you purchase the book from this link.

Paroles d'histoire
214. L’histoire autrement #6 : le documentaire Lady Sapiens, avec Thomas Cirotteau, Jennifer Kerner et Eric Pincas

Paroles d'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 52:30


Les invité-e-s : Thomas Cirotteau, réalisateur Jennifer Kerner, chercheuse et médiatrice en préhistoire Eric Pincas, rédacteur en chef d'Historia Le film et le livre : Lady Sapiens, enquête sur la femme au temps de la préhistoire  (France 5 / éd. Les Arènes, 2021)   La discussion : Comment est né le projet d'un film sur les femmes de … Continue reading "214. L'histoire autrement #6 : le documentaire Lady Sapiens, avec Thomas Cirotteau, Jennifer Kerner et Eric Pincas"

The New Yorker Radio Hour
Jelani Cobb on the Kerner Report, an Unheeded Warning about the Consequences of Racism

The New Yorker Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 19:54


In 1967, in the wake of a violent uprising in Detroit, President Lyndon B. Johnson assembled the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders to investigate what had happened. This seemed futile: another panel to investigate yet another uprising. “A lot of people felt that way—‘We don't need more studies, nothing's going to come out of that commission,' ” Fred Harris, a former senator from Oklahoma and the commission's last surviving member, tells Jelani Cobb. But the conclusions were not typical at all. In the final analysis, known as the Kerner Report, the commission named white racism—no euphemisms—as the root cause of unrest in the United States, and said that the country was “moving toward two societies, one Black, one White—separate and unequal.” The report called for sweeping changes and investments in jobs, housing, policing, and more; the recommendations went so far beyond Johnson's anti-poverty programs of the nineteen-sixties that the President shelved the report and refused to meet with his own commission. The Kerner Report, Cobb says, was “an unheeded warning,” as America still struggles today to acknowledge the reality of systemic racism.  Jelani Cobb co-edited and wrote the introduction to “The Essential Kerner Commission Report,” which was published this year.

The New Yorker: Politics and More
Jelani Cobb on the Kerner Report, an Unheeded Warning about the Consequences of Racism

The New Yorker: Politics and More

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 18:55


In 1967, in the wake of a violent uprising in Detroit, President Lyndon B. Johnson assembled the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders to investigate what had happened. This seemed futile: another panel to investigate yet another uprising. “A lot of people felt that way—‘We don't need more studies, nothing's going to come out of that commission,' ” Fred Harris, a former senator from Oklahoma and the commission's last surviving member, tells Jelani Cobb. But the conclusions were not typical at all. In the final analysis, known as the Kerner Report, the commission named white racism—no euphemisms—as the root cause of unrest in the United States, and said that the country was “moving toward two societies, one Black, one White—separate and unequal.” The report called for sweeping changes and investments in jobs, housing, policing, and more; the recommendations went so far beyond Johnson's anti-poverty programs of the nineteen-sixties that the President shelved the report and refused to meet with his own commission. The Kerner Report, Cobb says, was “an unheeded warning,” as America still struggles today to acknowledge the reality of systemic racism.  Jelani Cobb co-edited and wrote the introduction to “The Essential Kerner Commission Report,” which was published this year.

Vin for begyndere
Afsnit 49 - 3-retters menu - Hvid, rød og mousserende

Vin for begyndere

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 77:40


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Midday
Jelani Cobb: Revisiting The Historic Kerner Comm. Report On US Racism

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 49:44


Tom's guest today is Dr. Jelani Cobb, one of the most important public intellectuals of our time, a scholar and commentator who has offered invaluable insights in the study of racial equality in America in several books, and as a staff writer at the New Yorker. Dr. Cobb, a finalist for the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Commentary, teaches journalism at Columbia University and is a frequent commentator on MSNBC. Dr. Cobb has just published a new book, co-edited with historian Matthew Guariglia, that reintroduces us to the Kerner Commission Report, the landmark 1968 study of racism, inequity and police violence. The report, formally known as the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, and chaired by then-Illinois Governor Otto Kerner, Jr., was released just one month before the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The commission was established by President Lyndon Johnson in the wake of nearly two dozen riots that had taken place in cities across America over the preceding three years. In his televised address to the nation on the evening he announced the commission in July 1967, President Johnson said: "The only genuine, long-range solution for what has happened lies in an attack— mounted at every level—upon the conditions that breed despair and violence. All of us know what those conditions are: ignorance, discrimination, slums, poverty, disease, not enough jobs. We should attack these conditions—not because we are frightened by conflict, but because we are fired by conscience. We should attack them because there is simply no other way to achieve a decent and orderly society in America." Jelani Cobb makes a compelling case for the Kerner Commission's relevance today. In his trenchant and enlightening introduction to the report, he demonstrates that, quote, “Kerner establishes that it is possible for us to be entirely cognizant of history and repeat it anyway.” The racial injustice and inequity that the Kerner Report described more than 50 years ago still create barriers to advancement for people of color. Much of the analysis of the racial dynamic in America that the report offers rings as true today as it did in its day.T he book is The Essential Kerner Commission Report, published by W.W. Norton. Dr. Jelani Cobb joins us on our digital line from his office at Columbia University in New York. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tim May Podcast
Buckeyes must do thorough evaluation on defense

Tim May Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 97:25


On this week's episode of the Tim May Podcast, Tim and Lettermen Row senior writer Austin Ward dive into the Buckeyes loss, and Tim is joined by Marlon Kerner, a first-time guest of the podcast. Kerner was a three-year Ohio State defensive back who played in more than 30 games for the Buckeyes in the 1990s. He was drafted in the third round of the 1995 NFL draft by Buffalo and saw some time as a starting cornerback for the Bills. Kerner is well-versed in his knowledge of the game on the field and knowing what makes players tick off of it. For this week's episode, Tim asked Kerner to do a detailed review of the Ohio State defense against Oregon. The former Buckeye diagnoses the issues that need to be addressed, potential solutions for Ohio State moving forward and how the Buckeyes can get back on track with all of their preseason goals still ahead of them. Do drastic schematic changes need to be made? Or is a personnel shift the most logical move two weeks into the season? Find out those answers and plenty more on this episode of the Tim May Podcast as Tim, Austin and Marlon break it all down. #OhioStateFootball Follow Lettermen Row here: Website: https://lettermenrow.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LettermenRow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LettermenRow/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lettermenrow/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stuff You Missed in History Class
Behind the Scenes Minis: Jo and Kerner

Stuff You Missed in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 21:03


Holly and Tracy discuss Jo Nivison Hopper's complex life story and how frustrating and angering it can be to research biographies like hers. They also talk about the availability of the Kerner Commission report to the public and the reiterative nature of the problems outlined in it. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - Nigel Kerner And Dr. Andrew Silverman - Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls - The Conclusion

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 41:27


With recent advances in bio-technology and cybernetics we are hurtling faster than ever before into what Nigel calls 'Sim Card Man.' Could it be that the Grey aliens that are a feature of almost all abduction experiences may themselves be the final product of a civilization at another location in the universe achieving this stage of technological advancement to its acme. Could this civilization have transformed their own natural bodies through artificial implants into bio-mechanical entities? It was recently revealed that scientists in the US have succeeded in developing the first living cell to be controlled entirely by synthetic DNA. Nigel suggests that the Greys themselves may have been made in this way as synthetic copies of their creators but fortified with an inorganic chemistry to allow for the kind of space travel beyond the speed of light necessary to reach other life forms in the universe. Could our cells act as their host mechanism for their synthetic DNA just as a bacterial cell was the host for the synthetic DNA produced by our own scientists? Could the Greys have been the final product of a civilization that sought to avoid death in this way? Could they be the epitome, in other words, of artificial intelligence? Abductees have commented on the blank, emotionless faces of the greys as they carry out painful procedures on them. It is as though we are laboratory rats to them. There is no sympathy but no cruelty either. They are like biological robots perhaps programmed to preserve the identity of their creators for eternity, carrying their DNA and cloning and re-cloning it in an attempt to reconstruct the original programme. Owing to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, otherwise known as entropy, all matter is subject to increasing states of breakdown and decay. The DNA held by the Greys would be breaking down with each cloning and re-cloning. However, to refresh their sample would not be simple. Human DNA, for example, is likely to be very different to their samples. The only way they could make use of our DNA would be a hybridisation process, converting us to be more like them. - www.nigelkerner.com ****************************************************************** To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - Nigel Kerner And Dr. Andrew Silverman - Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls - The Conclusion

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 41:27


With recent advances in bio-technology and cybernetics we are hurtling faster than ever before into what Nigel calls 'Sim Card Man.' Could it be that the Grey aliens that are a feature of almost all abduction experiences may themselves be the final product of a civilization at another location in the universe achieving this stage of technological advancement to its acme. Could this civilization have transformed their own natural bodies through artificial implants into bio-mechanical entities? It was recently revealed that scientists in the US have succeeded in developing the first living cell to be controlled entirely by synthetic DNA. Nigel suggests that the Greys themselves may have been made in this way as synthetic copies of their creators but fortified with an inorganic chemistry to allow for the kind of space travel beyond the speed of light necessary to reach other life forms in the universe. Could our cells act as their host mechanism for their synthetic DNA just as a bacterial cell was the host for the synthetic DNA produced by our own scientists? Could the Greys have been the final product of a civilization that sought to avoid death in this way? Could they be the epitome, in other words, of artificial intelligence? Abductees have commented on the blank, emotionless faces of the greys as they carry out painful procedures on them. It is as though we are laboratory rats to them. There is no sympathy but no cruelty either. They are like biological robots perhaps programmed to preserve the identity of their creators for eternity, carrying their DNA and cloning and re-cloning it in an attempt to reconstruct the original programme. Owing to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, otherwise known as entropy, all matter is subject to increasing states of breakdown and decay. The DNA held by the Greys would be breaking down with each cloning and re-cloning. However, to refresh their sample would not be simple. Human DNA, for example, is likely to be very different to their samples. The only way they could make use of our DNA would be a hybridisation process, converting us to be more like them. - www.nigelkerner.com ****************************************************************** To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

Howard and Jeremy
08-18 Dave Kerner from WBBM NewsRadio in Chicago on the Bears

Howard and Jeremy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 11:43


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Cumberland Road
Leanne Kerner - It's Okay To Mess Up

Cumberland Road

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 32:03


Leanne Kerner is a native of Paducah, Kentucky. She is a graduate of Bethel University with a Bachelors of Science and a graduate of Memphis Theological Seminary with a Masters of Divinity. She was ordained by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in May of 2017. Leanne has served Cumberland Presbyterian congregations  in Kentucky and Tennessee before moving to Dallas, Texas in March of 2020. Leanne now serves the Lake Highlands Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas as the Director of Youth and Children's Ministries. In her spare time, Leanne enjoys long walks with Dolly the Dog, spending time with friends, reading, True Crime Podcasts, and reality television.Music is provided by Pierce Murphy, Caldera Blue. Source:  https://www.freemusicarchive.org/music/Pierce_Murphy/through-the-olive-branches/caldera-blueComments: http://freemusicarchive.org/Additional comments:  modifications made to shorten and loop song for introduction and closing of podcast.Copyright Attribution and License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

This Day in Esoteric Political History
Kerner and the "Long Hot Summer" (1967) w/ Jelani Cobb

This Day in Esoteric Political History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 21:02


It's July 27th. This day in 1967, LBJ convened the “Kerner Commission” to look into the roots of violence and unrest in America, largely in Black and brown communities around the country. Jody, Niki, and Kellie are joined by The New Yorkers Jelani Cobb to discuss the convening of the Kerner commission and the report that came out the next year, which offered a frank and damning assessment of the complicity of white Americans. Jelani Cobb is the author of an updated version, “The Essential Kerner Commission Report,” out now. Find a transcript of this episode at: https://tinyurl.com/esoterichistory This Day In Esoteric Political History is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Your support helps foster independent, artist-owned podcasts and award-winning stories. If you want to support the show directly, you can do so on our website: ThisDayPod.com Get in touch if you have any ideas for future topics, or just want to say hello. Our website is thisdaypod.com Follow us on social @thisdaypod Our team: Jacob Feldman, Researcher/Producer; Brittani Brown, Producer; Khawla Nakua, Transcripts; music by Teen Daze and Blue Dot Sessions; Julie Shapiro, Executive Producer at Radiotopia

Der Achte Tag - Deutschland neu denken
Haben wir das Geschichtenerzählen verlernt? (Express)

Der Achte Tag - Deutschland neu denken

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 7:13


Günther Jauch, Alexander Bommes, Johannes B. Kerner – Quizsendungen scheinen aus Sicht der Fernsehsender Männersache. Das soll sich nun ändern: Das ZDF holt mit Sabine Heinrich eine Frau in die Primetime. Ab August führt die Hörfunk- und Fernsehmoderatorin durch die neue 20.15-Uhr-Show "Das große Deutschland-Quiz". Mit Alev Doğan spricht sie über eine neue, durch die Corona-Pandemie entfachte Neugier auf die Heimat Deutschland und über die Frage, ob die Gesellschaft verlernt hat, sich Geschichten zu erzählen.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mixed-Sport – meinsportpodcast.de
(7) Benni Zander: Meine ikonischen Momente mit Johannes B. Kerner!

Mixed-Sport – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 66:47


Der Shootingstar über Weichspüler und Weltmeisterschaften - Wollmäuse und Werte! Mit 32 ist er der Shootingstar am Reporter-Himmel: Benni Zander. Er begeistert vor allem die jungen Fans sowhl beim Basketball als auch beim Fußball. Bevor es um seine vielfältigen Aufgaben geht, geht es erst nochmal um die vorherige Podcast-Folge, in der Ex-Schiedsrichter Peter Gagelmann mit seinen Aussagen über den Kollegen Manuel Gräfe für viel Aufsehen sorgte. Ich halte nichts von Altersbergrenzung, es sollte immer nach Leistung gehen", so Benni Zander. Er selbst hat bei Magenta während der EURO seine eigenen Erfahrungen mit Schiedsrichtern und deren Expertise gemacht: Patrick Ittrich hat nicht nur mit mir kommentiert, er hat auch Mal mitten in der Sendung Johannes B. Kerner angerufen." Wie die erste Begegnung für den Young Gun mit den alten TV-Hasen Kerner, Fuss und Co verlief? Das verrät  der selbst erklärte Taktiknerd ganz ehrlich und auch, was er bei  Manuel Baum abgeschrieben hat. Sätze des ehemaligen Schalke-Trainers diktiert Zander seinen Fans und Followern genauso in den Block, wie die klare Haltung...

Mixed-Sport
(7) Benni Zander: Meine ikonischen Momente mit Johannes B. Kerner!

Mixed-Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 66:47


Der Shootingstar über Weichspüler und Weltmeisterschaften - Wollmäuse und Werte! Mit 32 ist er der Shootingstar am Reporter-Himmel: Benni Zander. Er begeistert vor allem die jungen Fans sowhl beim Basketball als auch beim Fußball. Bevor es um seine vielfältigen Aufgaben geht, geht es erst nochmal um die vorherige Podcast-Folge, in der Ex-Schiedsrichter Peter Gagelmann mit seinen Aussagen über den Kollegen Manuel Gräfe für viel Aufsehen sorgte. Ich halte nichts von Altersbergrenzung, es sollte immer nach Leistung gehen", so Benni Zander. Er selbst hat bei Magenta während der EURO seine eigenen Erfahrungen mit Schiedsrichtern und deren Expertise gemacht: Patrick Ittrich hat nicht nur mit mir kommentiert, er hat auch Mal mitten in der Sendung Johannes B. Kerner angerufen." Wie die erste Begegnung für den Young Gun mit den alten TV-Hasen Kerner, Fuss und Co verlief? Das verrät  der selbst erklärte Taktiknerd ganz ehrlich und auch, was er bei  Manuel Baum abgeschrieben hat. Sätze des ehemaligen Schalke-Trainers diktiert Zander seinen Fans und Followern genauso in den Block, wie die klare Haltung...

Mixed-Sport – meinsportpodcast.de
(7) Benni Zander: Meine ikonischen Momente mit Johannes B. Kerner!

Mixed-Sport – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 66:47


Der Shootingstar über Weichspüler und Weltmeisterschaften - Wollmäuse und Werte! Mit 32 ist er der Shootingstar am Reporter-Himmel: Benni Zander. Er begeistert vor allem die jungen Fans sowhl beim Basketball als auch beim Fußball. Bevor es um seine vielfältigen Aufgaben geht, geht es erst nochmal um die vorherige Podcast-Folge, in der Ex-Schiedsrichter Peter Gagelmann mit seinen Aussagen über den Kollegen Manuel Gräfe für viel Aufsehen sorgte. Ich halte nichts von Altersbergrenzung, es sollte immer nach Leistung gehen", so Benni Zander. Er selbst hat bei Magenta während der EURO seine eigenen Erfahrungen mit Schiedsrichtern und deren Expertise gemacht: Patrick Ittrich hat nicht nur mit mir kommentiert, er hat auch Mal mitten in der Sendung Johannes B. Kerner angerufen." Wie die erste Begegnung für den Young Gun mit den alten TV-Hasen Kerner, Fuss und Co verlief? Das verrät  der selbst erklärte Taktiknerd ganz ehrlich und auch, was er bei  Manuel Baum abgeschrieben hat. Sätze des ehemaligen Schalke-Trainers diktiert Zander seinen Fans und Followern genauso in den Block, wie die klare Haltung...

Monsters of Content Marketing
Nr. 29: Diether Kerner, die Wucht von Content & das Phänomen Klopp

Monsters of Content Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 33:54


Gewalt gegen Frauen, tote Flüchtlinge im Mittelmeer: nicht gerade typische Themen für Werber. Und so sind #unhatewomen und #drownedrequiem auch nicht unbedingt Werbung. Aber was sind sie dann? Philipp und Keuntje-Kreativgeschäftsführer Diether Kerner spricht in unserer neusten Folge #MoCM über zwei außergewöhnliche, vielfach preisgekrönte Cases.

Agoura Bible Fellowship
<em>Be Still</em><br>Psalm 46<br>Chris Kerner<br>7/4/2021<br>(53:17)

Agoura Bible Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 53:17


Howard and Jeremy
06-29 Dave Kerner from WBBM NewsRadio in Chicago on the Blackhawks

Howard and Jeremy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 9:29


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How To Do Grad School
#33: Hannah Kerner - Remote Sensing with ML & Starting Your Professorship

How To Do Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 39:06


Hannah Kerner is an Assistant Research Professor at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her research focuses on developing machine learning solutions for remote sensing applications in agricultural monitoring, food security, and Earth/planetary science. She is also the Machine Learning Lead and U.S. Domestic Co-Lead for NASA Harvest, NASA's agriculture and food security initiative run out of the University of Maryland. She completed her Ph.D. at Arizona State University on machine learning methods (especially novelty detection) for planetary exploration missions. Learn more about Hannah on her website. Links and References (not affiliate links): Deep Work African Independence The Professor is In Homegoing Obama's Memoir, A Promised Land -- Music: Changing World by Ben Beiny www.premiumbeat.com

Dell Technologies Podference
Boardroom: Out of Office: Acorns co-founder Noah Kerner

Dell Technologies Podference

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 58:05


On this episode of Out of Office, Rich and Gianni talk to Acorns co-founder Noah Kerner, who has extensive experience in founding and growing start-ups. This episode will cover Noah's career trajectory, including how he and his team have grown Acorns including throughout the challenges of the last year. Previous guests / episodes in line with the overall ethos of this episode include Dan Fleyshman (founder, Elevator Studio), Gary Vaynerchuk, & Dave Grutman (Groot Hospitality), all of whom built their businesses as start ups. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Boardroom: Out of Office
Episode 41: Acorns co-founder Noah Kerner

Boardroom: Out of Office

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 57:35


On this episode of Out of Office, Rich and Gianni talk to Acorns co-founder Noah Kerner, who has extensive experience in founding and growing start-ups. This episode will cover Noah's career trajectory, including how he and his team have grown Acorns including throughout the challenges of the last year. Previous guests / episodes in line with the overall ethos of this episode include Dan Fleyshman(founder, Elevator Studio), Gary Vaynerchuk, & Dave Grutman (Groot Hospitality), all of whom built their businesses as start ups. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sexology
EP229 - Unleashing Your Relationship Potential with Alicia & Erwan Davon

Sexology

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 38:13


Welcome to episode 229 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m delighted to welcome back Alicia & Erwan Davon to the podcast. In this episode Alicia & Erwan speak to me about how can we cultivate sexual spark in our long-term relationships, flirt in a long-term relationship and discovering your sexual energy.     For over 25 years Erwan who was joined by Alicia in 2003 have been working successfully with singles and couples, teaching their signature process – the Davon Method to hundreds of students in groups, retreats, and individual sessions and helping them create the relationships of their dreams.     Erwan and Alicia have a unique approach to relationship coaching that combines their educational backgrounds in psychology and aspects of Zen Buddhism to provide a holistic method to effectively improve connection with the self and others.      Erwan studied psychology after a difficult childhood and an early introduction to therapeutic work. He went on to live and study in a Zen Monastery, direct a yoga ashram, and began teaching personal development at one of the world’s largest personal grown organizations. Erwan’s passion for helping and teaching people led him to found Erwan Davon Teachings in 1995, specifically to help people improve their relationships.     Alicia Davon holds a Master’s degree in Integral Psychology with a focus on women’s romantic and sensual expression. She trained as a therapist before meeting Erwan and led numerous women’s groups devoted to female pleasure and life fulfilment from career to relationship. She met Erwan 15 years ago and started teaching with him soon after.     Together, Erwan and Alicia developed The Pleasure Course, which has helped thousands achieve their ideal love lives. They provide a safe place to explore psychological inquiry, pleasure, and sexuality.     They have spent years perfecting their curriculum and techniques and are excited to share their expertise with newcomers so they can help improve chemistry, connection, communication, and passion in others’ lives!    In this episode, you will hear:     How can we cultivate sexual spark in our long-term relationships?  Learning to bring more sexual energy into your relationship   How we can de-prioritize sex in our relationships   Understanding the need to put aside time for sexual development   How you can flirt in a long-term relationship   Finding synergy between feminine and masculine energy   Discovering your sexual energy   Tapping into embodiment   How you can learn to lean into pleasure   The common mistakes couples make around these issues   How you can read in-between the sexual lines of your partner        The Pleasure Course https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-pleasure-course-unleash-your-relationship-potential-tickets-138473123841?aff=sexology Find Alicia & Erwan Online  https://erwandavon.com/consult     Listen to episode 210 with Find Alicia & Erwan Online    Giveaway  We have 5 copies of Dr Kerner’s new book to giveaway! To enter the competition and win a copy, simply subscribe to Sexology Podcast, write a review on iTunes, Stitcher etc and send a screenshot of the review to - https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/.     Winners will be announced on our email newsletter on May 18th, 2021.      Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey - http://petebailey.net/audio 

Clean Beauty
Ultra clean mascara that's seriously smudgeproof with Christie Kerner

Clean Beauty

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 32:25


Can mascara change the world? Christie Kerner, CEO of My Little Mascara Club sure thinks so. You see, at My Little Mascara Club, they're doing more than delivering luscious lash formula to mascara lovers everywhere... They're also building a community where women can connect and share their wisdom to help lift each other. A shorter wand makes it SO much easier to apply MASCARA. Your hand is closer to your eye [better coordination, more steadiness], You can get better angles [for beautiful, fanned lashes on the edges]. A smaller mascara is healthier (bye bye bacteria), hello fresh eyes. FDA says toss it out regularly, big ones just last too long. The smaller size also means the tube doesn't dry out and get all clumpy before it's empty. No more throwing away half empty mascaras and NO MORE CLUMPS. learn more at: mylittlemascaraclub.com

Sexology
EP228 - What Research Says About Sexual Boredom with Leonor de Oliveira

Sexology

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 36:44


Welcome to episode 228 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I'm delighted to welcome Leonor de Oliveira, MSc to the podcast. In this episode, Leonor de Oliveira speaks to me about the issue of sexual boredom, looking at hypersexuality and how infidelity can affect sexual boredom.     Leonor de Oliveira, MSc in Psychology, is a Clinical Psychologist credited by the Portuguese Board of Psychologists and Sexual Therapist by the Portuguese Society of Clinical Sexology. Currently integrates Porto University’s Centre for Psychology as a researcher, and the Doctoral Program in Human Sexuality as a student. Her main research topic is sexual boredom and its relationships with individual, relationship, and systemic aspects. She runs the social media account on Instagram @prontoadespir, where she promotes evidence based sexual education and advocates for sexual rights. Outside of the sexuality field she has mainly worked in the context of crisis intervention and short-term therapy in EAP settings.    * The literal translation of “Pronto a despir” is “ready to undress” - a word play with the French expression “Prêt-à-porter” that means “ready to wear”. This project started as a blog in 2014 and last year made its comeback on Instagram.    In this episode, you will hear:     How did Leonor become interested in sexual boredom?  The importance of love and connection   Creating space for passion and sexual excitement  How is sexual boredom defined?  The need to show up to help overcome sexual boredom   Looking at hyper sexuality   Why novelty and stimulation may not be enough to improve sexual boredom  The ways infidelity can affect sexual boredom   Discussion around the movie “Unas” and it’s portrayal of these issues       Find Leonor de Oliveira Online  https://www.instagram.com/prontoadespir      Free Masterclass  In this Masterclass we will:    Identify the main source of intimacy dissatisfaction in your relationship  We will first discuss the most common causes of intimacy dissatisfaction in relationships and then explore the roots of these issues.    Tackle your specific intimacy challenges  We will guide and walk you through addressing identified problems and explore the most effective ways to improve connection with your partner.    https://sexologypodcast.com/masterclass/      Giveaway  We have 5 copies of Dr Kerner’s new book to giveaway! To enter the competition and win a copy, simply subscribe to Sexology Podcast, write a review on iTunes, Stitcher etc and send a screenshot of the review to - https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/.     Winners will be announced on our email newsletter on May 11th, 2021.      Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey - http://petebailey.net/audio  

Talk With Francesca
So Tell Me The About The Last Time You You Had Sex with Dr. Ian Kerner

Talk With Francesca

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 56:05


When it comes to sex and relationship problems, there are just too many leading lives of quiet desperation. Sometimes you can be lying in bed next to someone and feel a million miles apart.The problem is talking about sex and relationships is hard, but being silent can be even harder in the long run. Dr. Ian Kerner is a  New York Times bestselling author;  his newest book, "So tell me about the last time you had sex" is a must read!  Dr. Kerner is regularly quoted as an expert in various media, with recent features in The Atlantic, The New York Times, The Economist and NPR.  He contributes regularly on the topic of sex for CNN Health. He lectures frequently on topics related to sex and relationships, with recent presentations at New York University, Yale and Princeton.  

Sexology
EP227 - Tell Me About the Last Time You Had Sex with Dr. Ian Kerner

Sexology

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 36:28


Welcome to episode 227 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I'm delighted to welcome back Dr. Ian Kerner to the podcast. In this episode, Dr. Kerner talks to me about his new book; So Tell Me About the Last Time You Had Sex: Laying Bare and Learning to Repair Our Love Lives, overcoming psychological sexual rigidity, expanding into verbal foreplay and ways you can bring new sexual ideas to your partner.    Ian Kerner, PhD, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist and nationally recognized sexuality counselor who specializes in sex therapy, couples therapy and working with individuals on a range of relational issues. Ian is the New York Times best-selling author She Comes First (Harper Collins), which has been translated into more than a dozen languages. He regularly consults for articles in major publications such as The Atlantic and The Economist, and he also writes on the topic of sex for CNN Health.     He is the co-director of the sex therapy program at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, one of New York's oldest and most respected not-for-profit mental health training and treatment facilities. In addition to being a Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT), Ian is certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists and he is also a member of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR) and The American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA). Ian was born and raised in New York City, where he maintains a private practice and lives with his wife and two sons, and their beloved dogs, Jitterbug and Oscar.     In this episode, you will hear:     How many couples can’t remember when asked, when the last time they had sex was  Can sexual chemistry be created if there’s never been much attraction?  Looking at psychological sexual rigidity  Learning to adapt and change your erotic template  The need to have good foreplay to allow for better sex  Expanding into verbal foreplay   Not setting yourself unrealistic expectations   How our busy lives effects our sexual well-being   Ways you can bring new sexual ideas to your partner  Understanding not to give up straight away and give things time  Knowing these issues are common and something everyone struggles with         Find Dr. Ian Kerner Online  https://www.iankerner.com      Free Masterclass  https://sexologypodcast.com/masterclass/    In this Masterclass we will  Define “Boredom” as it relates to your Intimate Life  We will explain the latest research findings on boredom in the bedroom as, more often than not, it is not as simple as feeling tired of monotonous routine. Identify the main source of intimacy dissatisfaction in your relationship  We will first discuss the most common causes of intimacy dissatisfaction in relationships and then explore the roots of these issues. Tackle your specific intimacy challenges  We will guide and walk you through addressing identified problems and explore the most effective ways to improve connection with your partner.    Giveaway  We have 5 copies of Dr Kerner’s new book to giveaway! To enter the competition and win a copy, simply subscribe to Sexology Podcast, write a review on iTunes, Stitcher etc and send a screenshot of the review to - https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/.     Winners will be announced on our email newsletter on May 11th, 2021.      Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey - http://petebailey.net/audio

Sex With Emily
Tell Me About the Last Time You Had Sex w/ Ian Kerner

Sex With Emily

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 56:54


Renowned clinical sex therapist and best-selling author, Ian Kerner Ph.D. joins me today to talk about sex scripts, why fantasies are important for a relationship, the dynamics of kink, porn as “homework” and how to get into a flow state during sex. Dr. Kerner is the author of the legendary book She Comes First, “the thinking man’s guide to pleasuring a woman” and he just released a new book So, Tell Me About The Last Time You Had Sex. We cover a lot in this interview including what has changed in his last 20+ years as a practicing sex therapist. Hint: erectile dysfunction in younger men is real. Dr. Kerner (“the man who made oral sex into an art form”) walks us through his latest book and explains how you can decode and rewrite your relationship’s sex script and bring your erotic self into the bedroom to transform your sex life. We discuss the importance of psychological arousal, what happens to your body during the honeymoon phase, when to challenge the monogamy script, what to do when there is a “desire discrepancy” in a relationship and so much more. “When it comes to sex and relationship problems, many of us are leading lives of quiet desperation. Sometimes you can be lying in bed next to someone and feel a million miles apart. Talking about sex and relationships is hard, but self-silencing can be even harder in the long run.” – Dr. Kerner Show Notes: Ian's New Book: So Tell Me About The Last Time You Had Sex Getting Cliterate w/ Dr. Ian Kerner Rosemary Basson Emily Nagoski, Ph.D. The Kinsey Institute Thank you for supporting our sponsors who help keep this show FREE: Yarlap, Foria, Jordan Harbinger For more information about Ian Kerner, visit: IanKerner.com For even more sex advice, tips, and tricks visit sexwithemily.com

The Anna & Raven Show
Reducing Our Carbon Footprint With the Eco Dude Brad Kerner

The Anna & Raven Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 5:28


Happy Earth Day! If you're wondering how you can help the Earth today, Anna and Raven invited a special guest on the show to give you some tips.  Brad Kerner is “The Eco Dude” from EcoEvolution.co and he has some unconventional methods to reduce your carbon footprint!

United Public Radio
Whispers Radio Nigel Kerner and Monica Holy

United Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 106:23


Whispers Radio Nigel Kerner and Monica Holy

Dr. Marc and Brian
Medical Marijuana

Dr. Marc and Brian

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 9:20


On episode 31 of Dr. Marc and Brian we talk about Medical Marijuana. We take a look at what might make you a good candidate to try it and what conditions it can help you deal with. Dr. Kerner also shares one group of people who should avoid using marijuana. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Sex and Psychology Podcast
Episode 29: So Tell Me About The Last Time You Had Sex

Sex and Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2021 51:23


Dr. Ian Kerner is the Sherlock Holmes of sex—he’s a detective who helps people to understand the mysteries behind their sexual problems. His approach to sex therapy begins with a simple question: “So tell me about the last time you had sex.” This question establishes the “scene of the crime,” and then it all becomes a matter of searching for the clues that led up to it. For this episode of the Sex and Psychology Podcast, I sat down with Dr. Kerner, who co-leads the sex therapy program at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy in New York City. He is the New York Times best-selling author of the book She Comes First, and his latest book it titled: So Tell Me About the Last Time You Had Sex. We talk all about Dr. Kerner’s unique approach to sex therapy, how people at home can use it as a form of self-help, and general tips for improving your intimate life. Specific topics we cover include: How is sex therapy like a form of detective work? And how can this approach help sex therapists to better serve their clients? How can you better understand your own—and our partner’s—sexual scripts, and why is this a vital first step in fixing a sexual problem? What are the different frameworks for sexual desire? And what can you do if you and your partner have different desire frameworks? How is sex therapy similar or different with heterosexual patients compared to LGBTQ patients? Why is it important for us to change the way we think about our own sexual fantasies? How can you more effectively communicate about your fantasies with a partner? To learn more about Dr. Kerner, check out his website at iankerner.com Follow Dr. Lehmiller on Twitter @JustinLehmiller or Instagram @JustinJLehmiller. To stay up-to-date on the latest sex research and tips, check out https://sexandpsychology.com

Winging it
Dancing With The Devil - Demonology 101 - The Demon Destroyers (FEAT) Ron Kerner "RABBAH AMRAPHEL"

Winging it

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 99:04


Listen, If you're not entertained by this episode then you don't have a pulse. Today I am joined by DR Ron Kerner AKA "RABBAH AMRAPHEL" and formerly known as Ronnie "The Rottweiler" Kerner from his days as a boxer. Ron is the most interesting person I have ever talked to. He has a past with the mob, was an actor, boxer, and now he destroys demons. FUCKING DEMONS! Ron is a jack of all trades and is one badass motherfucker. He is also the nicest guy that you'll ever met. I cant thank him enough for the amount of time that he gave me on this interview. Ron tells me all about his past to start the show and then we slowly get into demonology 101. I must have asked him a thousand questions. I couldn't get enough. He walks me through how he does exorcisms and some of the experiences that hes had with them. We do a total deep dive in possessions, exorcisms, demons and even talk about the antichrist of course. Also heads up, Ron believes the antichrist is already among us. Be sure to follow Ron on his social channels @ronkerner_rabbahamraphel And if you know someone in need of Ron's services get ahold of him at "The Demon Destroyers LLC" Lets Wing It!!! Enjoy, Subscribe, Download, Rate, Review Share with your friends And let me know what you think about this episode! Follow @WINGINGITPOD @WOTYOFFICIAL --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wingingit/message

Dr. Marc and Brian
New Cancer Treatment - Ep. 30

Dr. Marc and Brian

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 15:56


On this episode of Dr. Marc and Brian we talk about a new cancer screening that could be a game changer and save a lot of lives. If you have a qustion for Dr. Kerner send us an email to DrKernerPodcast@gmail.com or send us a tweet @BrianBielanski --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Wellness, Inc. with Dr. Mike Moreno
Sexual Desire in the Time of Covid

Wellness, Inc. with Dr. Mike Moreno

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 41:13


On this episode of Wellness, Inc. Dr Mike Moreno interviews psychotherapist, nationally recognized sexuality counselor and author of the upcoming book “Tell Me About the Last Time You had Sex” Dr. Ian Kerner. The two discuss the surprising impact Covid has had on many people’s sex lives. Dr. Kerner explains the three buckets to consider when it comes to sexual desire, how to get out of sex ruts, the impact of stress and anxiety on sexual performance, and how understanding desire frameworks can be helpful in staying connected to your partner. Dr. Mike and Dr. Kerner talk openly and share personal stories about vulnerability, communication, and being sensitive to your partners needs.  https://twitter.com/iankerner  https://www.facebook.com/IanKernerLMFT https://www.facebook.com/17daydiet/ https://www.instagram.com/17daydiet/ https://www.youtube.com/drmikediet https://www.pinterest.com/17daydiet/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Night Dreams Talk Radio
Feb.15/2021 - Part 2 From The U.K. UFO's With Nigel Kerner

Night Dreams Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 74:49


Our guest from the U.K. Nigel Kerner. Will be talking UFO's ans the Greys! Are they good or bad!

Podcast des Jahres
1998 - Was wär das Leben ohne Tirol?

Podcast des Jahres

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 23:57


Wie war das damals, als dein Handy noch riesengroß und waffenscheinpflichtig war? Als dir dein Mobil-Anbieter so lange seinen Slogan ins Gehirn trichtern durfte, dass du dir ein Leben ohne ihn gar nicht mehr vorstellen wolltest? Es war 1998. Frauen dürfen erstmals mitspielen beim Bundesheer und die Nationalmannschaft letztmals bei der Fußball-WM. Sonst alles im rot-grünen Bereich, zumindest bei den bundesdeutschen Nachbarinnen und Nachbarn. Die Birne hat fertig. Die Gebrüder Moped erinnern sich an ein vermeintlich unscheinbares Jahr, in dem man dachte, mit Bill Clinton hat das Minus-Wachstum im Wahrheitsbereich eines US-Präsidenten seinen Zenit erreicht. Und Tirol noch Mitglied der Österreichischen Union war.Eine Reise von München 1998 in die südafrikanische Hauptstadt Innsbruck. Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Patrizia Wunderl, @blauerelefant und der Tiroler Machtelite.Fragen aller Art, Lob und Tadel, aktive Teilnahme und ungute Statements bitte via Sprachnachricht (WhatsApp oder Signal) an die Gebrüder Moped: 0677 63748059 Lizenzfreie Musik und Sounds:soundstripe.com, Apple (iMovie, GarageBand) Lizensierte Musik / AKM: Intro / OutroTitel: Signation des JahresInterpret: Gebrüder MopedMusik: Franz Alexander StanzlDauer insgesamt: 50 sek Titel: MillionärInterpret: Die Prinzen Text & Musik: Sebastian KrumbiegelTonträger: Die Prinzen: A-Capella-Album, 1997Dauer: 8 sek Titel: I wüs garned wissnInterpret: Kurt Ostbahn & Die KomboText: G.Brödl, Musik: W.Resetarits Tonträger: Espresso Rosi, 1995Dauer: 10 sek Titel: Apres SkiInterpret: DJ ThekeTonträger: DJ Theke: Apres Ski, 2010Dauer: 15 sek  Titel: Wunder gescheh‘nInterpret: Nena Text: N.Kerner, Musik: J.Dehmel, N.KernerTonträger: Nena: Wunder gescheh‘n, 1989Dauer: 11 sek 

Night Dreams Talk Radio
Feb.15/2021 - Part 1 From The U.K. UFO's With Nigel Kerner

Night Dreams Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 46:08


Our guest from the U.K. Nigel Kerner. Will be talking UFO's ans the Greys! Are they good or bad!

Riding The Pine
Ep. 89 Best Mid-Major NBA Players Ever and Padres Minor Leaguer Adam Kerner

Riding The Pine

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 39:29


Take a seat and kick up your feet for episode 89, as I jump into some college basketball talk, highlighting the poor seasons Duke, UNC, Kentucky and Kansas are having and discussing why they might be struggling this year. Later, I get into ranking my top five greatest mid-major basketball players to ever play in the NBA, as I share where they went to school and the careers they went on to have in the NBA. To close the show, I'm joined by current SD Padres minor leaguer Adam Kerner as he discusses what it's been like training for the season during this pandemic, the story as to how he was signed by the Padres and much more!

Make it YOUR Path
Update zu dieser Podcast Reihe

Make it YOUR Path

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 4:00


Hi, schön, dass Du da bist! Dies ist ausnahmsweise mal kein Interview, sondern ein kleines Update. Ich kann nur staunen, denn es sind gut 1,5 Jahre vergangen, seit ich diesen Podcast gestartet habe. Und ich hatte hierbei ein klares Ziel: Durch Gespräche mit meinen Gästen wollte ich Menschen Inspiration und Motivation schenken, die beruflich schon ein gutes Stück gegangen sind - und jetzt an einem Wendepunkt stehen - oder sich fragen, was denn ihr ganz individueller Weg ist und was sie wirklich wollen. • Manchmal ist es einfach nur ein Gefühl, dass da noch mehr ist, • dass die aktuelle Situation irgendwie nicht mehr passend anfühlt oder sie feststecken, • oder sie wollen sich nicht mehr nur treiben lassen, sondern ihren Weg aktiv selbst gestalten. Und so wollte ich mit diesem Podcast - genau wie mit meinem Beruf als Career & Life Coach - Menschen auf ihrer ganz eigenen Reise dabei unterstützen, • Ihre Möglichkeiten zu beleuchten, • Entscheidungen bewusst zu treffen und • so ihre Zukunft aktiv zu gestalten. Ich wollte Dir und anderen Stories von Menschen bringen, die solche Phasen in ihrem Leben bereits gemeistert haben und damit auch die Chance, noch mal anders auf die eigene Situation und die damit verbundenen Gefühle zu blicken. Und so beantwortete zum Beispiel • Jürgen Klopp, wie er innere Zweifel und Unsicherheiten überwunden hat, als es um seine berufliche Zukunft ging, • Oliver Pocher erzählt, was Fragen wie „Was ist MEIN Weg?“ für ihn bedeuten und wie er wichtige Entscheidungen trifft, und • Johannes B. Kerner teilte offen, wie er mit beruflichen Herausforderungen und mit Misserfolgen auf seinem Weg umging. Was ich an diesen 67 offenen und teilweise wirklich tiefgehenden Gesprächen so wichtig fand, war, dass sie eines zeigten; jeder von ihnen, der oder die sich irgendwann die Frage „Was ist eigentlich mein Weg?“ gestellt hat und sich dann auf den Weg gemacht hat, das herauszufinden, erlebte Phasen der Unsicherheiten, eines wilden Gedankenkarussells und des inneren Zweifels. Ich selbst habe das auf meiner bunten beruflichen Reise erlebt. Ich weiß, dass es manchmal verdammt schwierig ist, sich auf dem eigenen Entwicklungsweg selbst stets treu zu bleiben, dennoch den Blickwinkel zu ändern und Entscheidungen aktiv herbeizuführen. Ich weiß aber auch, wie erfüllend es ist, bewusst den eigenen Weg zu gestalten und sich als wirksam zu erleben. Deshalb war mir dieser Podcast ein so wichtiges Anliegen. Und ich freue mich, dass ich damit nicht ganz falsch lag. Denn nicht nur die vielen Gäste, die so gern und offen von ihrem eigenen nicht immer leichten Weg sprechen wollten, sondern eben auch der Zuspruch und das wertvolle Feedback haben mich in diesen 1,5 Jahren angetrieben. Ich darf heute voller Freude über rund 11.000 Hörerinnen und Hörer staunen, die aus über 100 Ländern eingeschaltet haben. Wow :) Danke dafür! Und wenn Du ein paar Folgen gehört hast, dann weißt Du, dass ich selbst immer mit viel Neugier unterwegs bin, mich auf meinem Weg inspirieren lasse und so immer wieder Ideen entstehen. Und wenn Neues entstehen darf, muss man meist auch etwas anderes abschließen, um Raum und Zeit dafür zu schaffen. Und deshalb war das vergangene Interview das letzte dieser Podcast Reihe. Es war eine spannende und besondere Zeit für mich, ich habe unheimlich viel gelernt und halte all das wie einen kleinen Schatz in mir. Ich danke allen Gästen und Dir, dass Ihr mich auf dieser bunten Reise begleitet habt und ich ein Teil von Eurer Reise sein durfte. Ich wünsche Dir für Deinen weiteren Weg viel Freude und, dass Du Dein Leben mit seinen vielfältigen Möglichkeiten als einem Abenteuer auf sicherem Boden erlebst. Und wenn Du hierbei doch mal Unterstützung suchst, melde Dich gern jederzeit unter coaching@gina-friedrich.com. Alles Gute und vielleicht ja schon bis ganz bald, Deine Gina

Dr. Marc and Brian
Parathyroid and Thyroid Problems - Ep. 23

Dr. Marc and Brian

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021 17:29


On this episode of Dr. Marc and Brian we talk about Parathyroid and Thyroid Problems. What are the signs and symptoms? What are the causes? What are the treatments and is there any tips for prevention. If you have a question you would like to ask Dr. Kerner send us an email at DrKernerPodcast@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Veterans Drinking Vodka
26. USMC Veteran Justin Kerner

Veterans Drinking Vodka

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2021 58:56


Amanda and Amber are two veterans that believe we all have a story to tell and they are here to tell that story!They are very passionate about bringing awareness to Veteran Suicide and Mental Health. They will be using this platform to bring continued awareness for this cause. They both strongly believe in veterans helping veterans and they can't think of a better way than this podcast to help spread that message. In this episode they are talking to Justin Kerner. He served in the Marine Corps from 2004-2013. He takes us down his path of dark and twisties, and discusses the things that helped him overcome the dark stuff. If you would like to contact Justin, he can be reached via email at jkerner@eou.eduWe are looking for veterans that would like to participate in upcoming episodes. If you are a veteran and have a story, send us a message to veteransdrinkingvodka@gmail.com If you would like to support one of our chosen charity for this episode, they can be found at https://tilvalhallaproject.com/ or https://thefallenoutdoors.com/If you would like to support our podcast, we now have merchandise available at https://www.bonfire.com/store/veterans-drinking-vodka/

Wharton FinTech Podcast
Noah Kerner, CEO of Acorns - Leveling the Investment Playing Field

Wharton FinTech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 23:33


Miguel Armaza sits down with Noah Kerner, CEO of Acorns, a mobile savings and investment platform that has raised hundreds of millions of dollars from PayPal, Bain Capital Ventures, DST Global, NBC, Comcast, Greycroft as well as a long list of Hollywood celebrities including The Rock and Jennifer Lopez. Originally from New York City’s East Village, Noah is a 4-time entrepreneur who at one point DJ'ed for Jennifer Lopez, built a creative agency in his 20s, and is also a Co-Founder of the shareholder rights fintech startup Say. We discuss: - Noah’s eclectic background - Why he only pursues projects that make him come alive - His journey at Acorns and the evolution and challenges over the years - Their approach to building company culture, defining corporate values, and recruiting talent - The surprising effects of COVID on their business - Entrepreneurial advice - And a whole lot more! Noah Kerner Born in New York City’s east village, Noah Kerner is the CEO of the micro-investing app Acorns and co-founder of the shareholder rights startup Say. His background is colorful: 4X entrepreneur, Co-author of "Chasing Cool” with the former CEO of Barneys, and former DJ for Jennifer Lopez. In his 20s, Noah built the leading creative agency for the young adult market, Noise. Before being acquired by Engine, Noise developed hundreds of products and marketing campaigns for this generation including Facebook’s first application, the first credit card to reward responsibility rather than spending for Chase, Vice's music site Noisey, and the top branded game in the App Store. Noah has been recognized as one of Billboard Magazine’s “Top 30 Under 30,” AdWeek’s “Top 20 Under 40,” Fast Company’s “Innovation Agents” and “Impact Council” members, and as a judge for the Webby Awards. He has also advised and invested in a variety of fast-growing startups, including WeWork, where he served as the first Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer from 2013-2014. Passionate about educating today’s youth, Noah has lectured on entrepreneurialism, fintech, and media at NYU, UCLA, Stanford, and Columbia and currently serves on the Board of VH1's Save The Music Foundation. Noah is a graduate of Cornell University where he studied Psychology and Economics. About Acorns Acorns is the country's fastest-growing saving and investing app helping more than 8.2 million save and invest for the future. Its easy-to-use, mobile-first technology makes it simple for anyone to set aside and invest life's spare money. Acorns allows customers to automatically invest in a low-cost, diversified portfolio of exchange-traded funds offered by some of the world's top asset managers (including Vanguard and BlackRock). Customers grow their wealth in one of five portfolios constructed with help from world-renowned Nobel laureate economist Dr. Harry Markowitz. Acorns' smart portfolio algorithms automatically work in the background of life, helping users build wealth naturally, pennies at a time. From Acorns mighty oaks do grow. Acorns is accessed simply and easily via the app for iPhone, Android, or desktop. Visit Acorns.com for more.

Einfach Fernsehen (unvergessene Perlen)
Mini Wini - Silvester... und dann?

Einfach Fernsehen (unvergessene Perlen)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 16:26


Ganz ehrlich. Wir hätten es alle ahnen können. Spätestens als Andrea Kiewel und Johannes B. Kerner am Brandenburger Tor die Silvesterparty 2019 im ZDF moderiert haben, hatten wir schon ein schlechtes Gefühl. #dilettantismus 2021 wird aber ein Knaller! Versprochen! Darauf geben wir euch die "Perlen-Garantie". Und Ricky holt endlich "Dinner for One" nach. Frohes neues Jahr wünschen Franzi und Ricky

The Creative Process Podcast
Jordan Kerner (Highlights)

The Creative Process Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2020


Jordan Kerner is a widely acclaimed film and television producer. He is president and founder of The Kerner Entertainment Company, which is committed to high quality, value-oriented, provocative entertainment. Most recently, Kerner was engaged to develop and produce a film adaptation of Clifford the Big Red Dog. His previous films include The Smurfs, Charlotte's Web, The Mighty Ducks, Fried Green Tomatoes, and When A Man Loves A Woman. Kerner is also a dedicated custodian of his community-- he is involved with such organizations as Planned Parenthood, RiverLA, and the Starbright Foundation.· www.creativeprocess.info

The Creative Process Podcast

Jordan Kerner is a widely acclaimed film and television producer. He is president and founder of The Kerner Entertainment Company, which is committed to high quality, value-oriented, provocative entertainment. Most recently, Kerner was engaged to develop and produce a film adaptation of Clifford the Big Red Dog. His previous films include The Smurfs, Charlotte's Web, The Mighty Ducks, Fried Green Tomatoes, and When A Man Loves A Woman. Kerner is also a dedicated custodian of his community-- he is involved with such organizations as Planned Parenthood, RiverLA, and the Starbright Foundation.

PodcastDX
Cerebral Palsy

PodcastDX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2020 27:23


Cerebral palsy is a group of disorders that affect movement and muscle tone or posture. It's caused by damage that occurs to the immature brain as it develops, most often before birth.   Our guest today is Zain Bando, a Chicago area, 21-year-old college student and is studying journalism at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as a junior. He hopes to pursue a career in broadcasting after graduation and currently resides in Downers Grove, IL with his family.   TRANSCRIPT:   S8E2 Cerebral palsy Lita T  00:08 Hello, and welcome to another episode of podcast dx, the show that brings you interviews with people just like you, whose lives were forever changed by a medical diagnosis. I'm Lita Ron  00:20 And I'm Ron. Jean  00:21 And I'm Jean Marie. Lita T  00:22 Collectively, we're the host of podcast dx. On today's show. We're speaking with Zain about cerebral palsy. Good morning, Zain. And could you tell us a little bit about yourself? Zain  00:32 Sure. So, um, good morning. My name is Zain Bando And I am a 21 year old college student who's currently studying journalism at the University of Illinois in Champaign. And  after graduation, um I hope to pursue a career in, in broadcasting or as a writer for a sports team. I don't know, I don't know what sports team that would be at. But it's something that I've always been interested in. And it's just a passion that I've always had, and I'm very glad to be pursuing it. So thank you again, for having me on today. I really appreciate it. And sorry, my, my pronunciation is actually "Zain", I know, I know that there's I in my name, but it actually isn't for now, literally. So if you think of the word "van", that's how my name is pronounced. Lita T  01:18 We will take that that I out, thank you very much. Ron  01:22 Yeah I don't know. We appreciate that. Zain. Can you send us out by actually telling us and our listeners what actually is? cerebral palsy? Zain  01:33 Sure, so that's a great question. So according to the Mayo Clinic, cerebral palsy is a group of disorders that affect muscle control, movement, muscle tone, or posture, by injury or malformation, which occurs to the brain as it develops more often before birth during the birthing process, or just after birth. There are two main forms of CP, continental and acquired. Lita T  01:58 Right, right that I've got also in the Center for Disease Control here in the United States. That the risk factors for cerebral palsy, and I'm going to abbreviate it as CP is that it's important to know the risk factors. Some of the risk factors for congenital CP are a low birth weight. So children who weigh less than five and a half pounds at birth, or that's 2500 grams, and especially those who weigh less than three pounds at birth, so that's about 1500 grams, they have a greater chance of having CP, a child that is prematurely born. And that's children that are born before the 37th week of pregnancy, and especially if they're born before the 32nd week of pregnancy, they have a higher chance of having CP intensive care for premature infants has improved a lot over the past several decades. And babies that are born very early are more likely to live now. But many have medical problems that can put them at risk for CP. Another risk factor is multiple births, twins, triplets, and other multiple births have a higher risk for CP, especially if a baby's twin or triplet dies before birth, or shortly after birth. I don't know why that would be but that's what they're saying. some but not all of this increased risk is due to the fact that children born from multiple pregnancies are often born early or with low birth weight, or both children that are conceived with artificial reproductive technology, abbreviated as ART in fertility treatments. Those pregnancies that result have a higher risk of CP. Most of the increased risk is explained by preterm delivery or multiple births or both. And both preterm delivery and multiple births are increased with children conceived with ART infertility treatments. Another risk would be infections that the mother might get during pregnancy infections can lead to increased certain proteins called Cytokines and that circulates in the brain and the blood of the baby during pregnancy. Cytokines cause inflammation, which can lead to brain damage in the baby. A fever in the mother during pregnancy or delivery can also cause this problem. Some types of infections that have been linked to CP include viruses such as chicken pox, rubella, German, which is also German measles, and also Sue-to Jean  04:50 Cytomegalovirus Lita T  04:52 Oh cytomegalovirus Thank you, Jean. And bacterial infections such as infections of the placenta or fetal membranes, And maternal pelvic infec, infections can cause it. jaundice or Jean? Jean  05:09 Nope, I don't know this one. Lita T  05:10 Okay, Ron, Ron  05:12 What are you looking at me for? Jean  05:15 Zain, Lita T  05:16 (laughter) Zain? Karen neck care neck and neck terrorists? Okay, Zain  05:21 I would see. I would say it's um Kernic Esrest, but I'm not sure Jean  05:26  That sounds good. Lita T  05:27 That sounds good. Ron  05:28 That's what we're going with today Lita T  05:29 We're going to go with that  KernicTetris is the yellow color scene in the skin of many newborns. jaundice happens when a chemical called bilirubin builds in the baby's blood. When too much of this bilirubin builds up in the baby's blood the skin in the whites of the eyes might look yellow. This yellow coloring is called jaundice. And when severe jaundice goes untreated for too long, it can cause their condition that Zain pronounced properly and it can cause CP and other conditions. By the way, that condition is spelled k e r n i c. t e r us,  Kernest.. Ron  06:07 I'm going to go with Kerner, Nick terus Lita T  06:10 Kernicterus, Jean  06:11 We're going to have a link on our... Lita T  06:13 Website Jean  06:13 Yes, yeah, Lita T  06:14 That's the best way to go sometimes Kernicterus results from Abo and Rh blood type differences between the mother and the baby. This causes the red blood cells in the baby to break down too fast resulting in severe jaundice. medical conditions of the mother, such as mothers with thyroid problems, intellectual disability, or seizures have a slightly higher risk of having a child with CP, and other birth complications such as detachment of the placenta, a uterine rupture, or problems with the umbilical cord during birth, can disrupt oxygen supply to the baby, and result in CP. Zain  06:55 Well, while that's all true, a small percentage of CP is caused by brain damage that occurs more than 28 days after birth. This is called the acquired CP and usually associated with infection, such as meningitis and head injury, or a problem with blood flow to the brain. cerebral vascular accidents for example, stroke or or bleeding in the brain associated with the blood clotting problem, blood vessels that didn't form properly, or heart defect that was present at birth or sickle cell disease, Jean  07:28 Zain, what are some of the symptoms for cerebral palsy? Zain  07:33 Sure, so because this condition begins to show signs and symptoms at a very early age, and individuals, parents or health care providers typically notice the signs and symptoms of cerebral palsy. The symptoms and effects of cerebral palsy vary depending on the location and extent of the injury to the brain, your child might normal intelligence or have learning difficulties or learning difficulties, your child might have mild difficulties with movement or be unable to control their limbs, despite the variations in symptoms of certain effects are common among people with cerebral palsy. Ron  08:07 Wouldn't you say that it's kind of like a spectrum from mild to severe? Right? Zain  08:12 Absolutely. 100 100%. Right. There's definitely there's definitely a spectrum. Ron  08:18 Yeah, the CD says I'm sorry, the CDC says that in many cases, the cause or causes of congenital CP aren't fully known, which means that currently little can be done to prevent it. CP related to genetics is not preventable. But can acquired CP be prevented? And Zain  08:41 It's a very good, it's a very good question. While there are actions people can take before and during pregnancy, as well as after birth, that might, excuse me, that might help reduce the risk of develop, of developmental problems, including CP, taking steps to help ensure a healthy pregnancy and to help prevent development. developmental problems, including CP acquired CP is often related to infection, or injury, and some of those cases can be prevented, but again, as as it stated, some of those cases just simply are impossible Ron  09:21  Right Zain  09:21 And cannot and cannot be prevented, so Ron  09:24  Right, right. Jean  09:26 Thank you. before pregnancy, it's a good idea to be as healthy as possible. I think that's what a lot of people strive for. And make sure that any infections that you might have are treated in any healthcare conditions that you might have like diabetes are under control. And ideally, they should be under control before you. You will conceive if if  assistive reproductive technology or ART infertility treatments are being used to get pregnant, consider ways to reduce the chance of multiple pregnancies, twins, triplets, or more. I think some people think Up to like 1213 children at a time, such as transferring only one embryo at a time. And then having multiple pregnancies. It's also important to get vaccinated for certain diseases as Lita had mentioned, such as the chicken pox or rubella. And that could, those if you should contract those illnesses while  pregnant, that could be harmful to the developing baby. It's also important to have many of these vaccinations before you become pregnant. And as we've learned Also, before you have an organ transplant, or any of those things as well, for undertaking any major life changes, Lita T  10:38 Right. And during pregnancy, you should have early and regular prenatal care, both for your health and for the end of your developing baby. You should wash your hands often with soap and water to help reduce the risk of infections that might cause harm to your developing baby. Contact your health care provider if you get sick, have a fever or have other signs of infection during pregnancy. a flu shot is your best protection in our in our opinion, against serious illness from the flu, or flu shot can protect pregnant women and their unborn babies, both before and after birth. flu shots have not been shown to cause harm to pregnant women or their babies. If there is a difference in the blood type, or the Rh in compatibility between the mother and the baby, like we said it can cause jaundice and Kernicterus. I'm not going to get that one Ron  11:32 (laughter) Jean  11:32 Nope  We'll hear about that later. Lita T  11:34 Yep, women should know their blood type and talk to their doctor about ways to prevent problems. And also you should talk to your doctor about ways to prevent problems if you are at risk for preterm delivery, such as if you have multiple embryos. Research has shown that taking magnesium sulfate before anticipated early preterm birth reduces the risk of CP among surviving infants. Zain  12:00 And in addition to that, it also leaves reducing risks after the baby's born, because any baby can get jaun jaundice severe jaundice that is not treated, can cause brain damage. Just like the mom before pregnancy makes sure your child has vaccines against infections that can cause meningitis. And with it, we'll see if I can get this one, um encephalitis   Buckling their child in the car. Buckling their child in the car using an infant or child car seat, booster seat or seat belt according to the child's height, weight and age. Again, this is just our opinion of recommendations that should be done. Make living area safe. Make living areas safer for children by using window guards. Keep young children from falling from falling out of open windows and using safety gates at the top and bottom of stairs. Make sure make sure the surface of your child's playground is made of a shock absorbing material such as hardwood mulch or sand, carefully watching children at the time. At all times are in bathtubs swimming or wading pools, and natural bodies of water that should that should just go for any young child in general disability or not. Adults watching kids in the water should avoid distracting activities like using a computer or a mobile device reading or taking or talking on the phone. Talking on the phone might be the most dangerous one, in my opinion. Jean  12:24 Yep right on Yeah, Zain  12:52 Make sure your child wears a helmet. For activities like riding a bike. That's an obvious one. And of course, never hit, throw, shake or hurt a child. I know the sound like common sense things, but some young mothers may not know how dangerous life is for a very young child.  That's right. Great advice  Zain. As a matter of fact, I just heard on the news that they they are trying to reach out to very young mothers mothers that really don't have perhaps a mentor. They might be on their own. They don't have the the background and those type of mothers. They just might not have all of these tools at their disposal. So hopefully this episode will help them Jean  14:14 Yeah, not everyone's been you know babysitting. Yeah, Lita T  14:17 Yeah. Great. Zain. What treatments are available for somebody that's been diagnosed with CP ? Zain  14:24 For sure, um, There are medications that can help with the muscle spasticity. In July of this year, the FDA has approved an expanded use of Dysport to treat upper and lower limbs spasticity which I actually did not know about, including that caused by CP for patients as young as two years and older. Overtime, CP might cause problems with muscles, bones and joints in your child might need surgery to address these issues or concerns. Ron  14:54 Right Right, Zain. What tips do you have for someone whose child has recently been diagnosed with CP Zain  15:01 um while there's still an ongoing education process to be have to be had just from my own personal experience, I would not recommend panicking. If you can find the right resources available to parents out there today. them from when I was born 21 years ago that I think that's key just because the world is evolved so much in that time. I see having a trustworthy doctor and focusing on the things that the child can do is a key to begin a positive outlook on life. For sure. Ron  15:32  Right. Lita T  15:33 That's great advice. And what would you What have you found to be the most common misconception about CP? Zain  15:42 I've noticed that a lot of people think that the people were born with CP are born exactly the same way. So I would say every person is born with it. So I would say the biggest misconception that people have is every person born with it as the same journey of life. While in actuality, people want to live with the condition and focus on the things they can control. Ron  16:05 I like this kid. Lita T  16:07 He's got a good he's got a good future ahead of him Ron  16:10 Got a good outlook. Yeah, I mean, that's exactly we focus on what we can do not what is difficult or what we can't do. Lita T  16:16 Right. Ron  16:16  So I love the way you view that. Your outlook, Zain, um, how about your friends and family? What kind of role have they played in your life? And do you have any other support systems that you found to be helpful? Zain  16:30 Yes, um thankfully, I have a good support system, both from friends and family. They've been extremely supportive in all my endeavors. Anything for me, scuba diving over a decade ago to participating in athletics as a social media manager in high school, or for the football and basketball teams, they've always been there. I also think that surrounding yourself with positive people will only make life more fun. And I've also recognized that focusing on your inner self motivation, working out meditation, any of those things, is also a good way to reset and focus on your whole self too. Because at the end of the day, what's inside you, in my opinion is most important. So Jean  17:13 That's, that's fantastic. And I have a question. You're a Downers Grove North grad. Is that correct? Zain  17:19 I sure I sure am absolutely. Jean  17:22 We have three my my Lita's three grandsons all went to Downers Grove north too so you guys are all in good company.  all, Alumns. Yes, all Alumns, I have a question. So what first interested you in journalism? And then what drew you specifically to sports journalism? Because I hear we actually read some of your some of your articles for Downers Grove North? And I'm just curious what first inspired that? Do you have like a favorite journalist? Zain  17:49 Sure. So um, I mean, when I was in high school, I knew I wanted to do something. um in sports. Because um in middle school, I had been a public address announcer for the middle school basketball teams. And I knew I wanted to do something similar in high school, because of course, I can't physically play organized athletics. And when I was a junior in high school, I took a intro to journalism class. And thankfully, the teacher who's actually the current head softball coach, there was really big into sports and kind of drew me into the entire industry, Jean  18:26  Okay, Zain  18:27  And I took in all and I took in all the knowledge, and I just knew  that's the path I wanted to pursue myself on. And, you know, thankfully, I was able to be given all these wonderful opportunities, and I owe a lot to him and, and of course, I owe a lot to, to my head coaches, that I was able to help out as a manager for varsity football, varsity basketball my final two years there, and you know that North's a place that's always going to be it's always going to be with me for a very long time. And I'm always going to consider Downers Grove home. So it's been a it's been a wonderful experience and a very, very good question. Lita T  19:05 That's great. Yeah, I have another follow up. I'm sorry. Ron  19:09 And I have a follow up your follow up. Jean  19:10  (laughter) Lita T  19:10 Ok alright Ron  19:11 (laughter) Jean  19:11 And then I have a follow up Lita T  19:12 Alright Zain, You got us going here. Do you have a podcast yet? Zain  19:17 Um, I did a very long time ago. At the moment. I have one right now. It's called Sports. Talk From A to Z. It's a podcast with me and my college roommate. Um, you can find it on YouTube by searching Sports Talk From A to Z, we talk about everything from sports, to social justice issues to things that we don't like with commissioners. It's pretty it's pretty interesting. Ron  19:42 (Laughter) Sorry to laugh. Zain  19:45 Yeah, we have. There's a lot there's a lot packed into it. We have about like 17 episodes or so. Lita T  19:51 That's great. Zain  19:52 We took a break for we took a break from it for a little bit. We're hoping it start it up again in the next couple weeks. Because of we really like doing it. And then I'm also a freelance writer for Insider.com I cover Illini-athletics and mixed martial arts. So if anything from the UFC Bellator and numerous other MMA organizations, I write about them as well. So I'm around, kind of in a couple of different media spaces, and I'm pretty easy to reach to. And we'll get to that near the end of the episode. Lita T  20:24 Right, right, right, I just, you're just the way you're carrying the way you're carrying us through this episode. I wish you were running our pockets. (laughter) Ron  20:33 I told you I like this kid. Lita T  20:34 Ohhhh Ron  20:35 So, you know what, I'm gonna probably show some of my ignorance over here. You're from Downers Grove. And we are basically in the Chicago region. I'm not a huge follower of follower of the White Sox. But I do know that the Chicago White Sox baseball team has an announcer that has CP I don't recall the gentleman's name, but have you ever reached out to him for any advice? Zain  21:01 It's a very good question, as his name is Jason Benetti. He's a wonderful announcer. Unfortunately, I've tried reaching out to him multiple times. But um, you guys may not know this. He's a very, very busy person. Not only does he do White Sox baseball, he does college football and during his, big time college basketball games, through the winter months. I've tried a couple of times, things just haven't worked out. But I'm very hopeful that we can cross paths. And some day because he does have the same disability. I do. And he does tremendous work. And he's just somebody that I think a lot of people in the sports industry should continue to work up to, because he's going to be either the next generation of people that are going to be coming through the pipeline. So thank you again, for for mentioning that. Yes. I'm very well aware of who Jason Benetti is. Ron  21:53 Okay. Cool. Cool. Cool. Cool. Jean  21:54 And then I have another question. He had several questions. I try to limit it. Sorry. Ron  21:58 (laughter) Um, he's like, are these people done yet? Jean  22:01 Um, so Zain, what is it been like, at the university with COVID? And everything? And how is learning changed? Zain  22:09 Um, I mean, it's been interesting. I actually decided to stay home for the semester because of COVID. But I think overall, the university has done a tremendous job with the revolutionary saliva test, they've been able to make it through the entire semester. And I'm looking forward to going back in the spring and just seeing what a COVID semester is going to be like, because I think we're going to be with this virus for a little bit. And, yeah, I think, I think it's just one of those things that where we kind of all have to get through it and stay positive and again, like, kind of the theme of this episode has been, we need to control what we can control at this point. And yeah, absolutely. Ron  22:48 Okay. Speaking of control, I'm going to take control the mics right now I'm gonna cut off Jean and Lita, we're gonna wrap this up. And we do appreciate your time. But one thing I did want to talk about, I think somebody earlier mentioned something about water, or Dive or Dive Heart. But I know, you've been with an organization called Dive Heart that does scuba diving for children, adults and veterans with disabilities. But is it more than just jumping in the water or breathing underwater, does it? How much more does that affect you doing that sport? Zain  23:31 Well, I mean, that's a great, that's a great question. First off, they've always been in tremendous organization. They, they, they gave me You know, they give people opportunities where they don't feel like they have kind of an avenue to go through. And that's one of the things that I felt when I was younger when I did it. So the freedom of movement underwater is one of the most satisfying things you could ever have. I think scuba is less about the act of getting underwater, and feeling relaxed, and more about all the prep stuff, the teamwork, the communication associated with being able to work with a group of experienced divers being able to learn all the different equipment and kind of what the kind of what the rules and regulations are and just being with people who are going to be there that are going to be able to support you as you kind of feel the freedom underneath underneath the water. And for some it's an exhilarating feeling because when they're out of the water they don't they either they either don't feel that movement or sensation or it's very difficult for them. So that's something that's something that I've noticed, just simply doing the sport and being a part of it for for as long as I was. Ron  24:50 That's great. That's absolutely great. Thank you. Thanks so much for that. Jean  24:54 And Zain. How can our listeners learn more about you, um, you were talking about how you have a you know, there's a Spots Talk From A to Z on YouTube. Do you have any other social media accounts? Zain  25:06 Oh yeah, you can find me everywhere on all the major social media platforms from our Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat, or my handle was @ZainBando99 that's  Z A I N B A N D O nine, nine. You can follow me on all of those. My DMS are always open. If anyone would like to talk, I'm always active via all those all the time. I'm actually a huge social media junkie so you can find me uhh you can find me anywhere. Jean  25:36 So I want to put them in charge of the podcast. (laughter) Yeah. And, and our social media. Yes. Ron  25:41 And my archery website. Lita T  25:42  Right, right. Right, we're gonna get you going, Jean  25:44 You're gonna be busier than, than Jason, Lita T  25:47 Thank you. Thank you so much for joining us today's Zain we really appreciate it. Zain  25:52 Oh, you're welcome. Thank you guys for having me on. Again. I was really happy that we were able to do this. And you go, I think you guys will continue. And you are continuing to do a good job of giving another platform for people to listen to before they can go out and make their own make their own decisions on what's best for them medically. So kudos to you guys for that and thank you again, you guys did a tremendous job and kept me entertained the whole time so thank you Lita T  26:20 (laughter) Ron  26:20 We're nothing if not entertaining. Lita T  26:21  Oh yeah. We don't charge extra. If you have any questions or comments related to today's show, you could drop us a line at podcast dx@yahoo.com through our website, podcast dx.com and Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram. Ron  26:38 And if you have a moment to spare, please give us a five star review wherever you get your podcast. As always, please keep in mind that this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment, and before undertaking a new health care regime, and never disregard professional medical advice, or delaine. Taking it because of something you've heard on this podcast Jean  27:09 Till next week.

Divorce Court
3727: Golden Vs. Kerner: #MarryingPotential

Divorce Court

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2020 21:07


Miranda wants Chase to stop abandoning her and show her more attention so they can be a family with their new baby. Miranda believes Chase is cheating because he is constantly disappearing and often accusing him of flirting with her friends. Chase says Miranda is too clingy and will not let him out of her sight. According to Chase, Miranda is a revenge seeker who broke up with him and hooked up with one of his friends out of spite. Can Judge Faith help bring order to this chaotic relationship for the sake of their child?