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Hour 4: Gresh and Keefe hit on some of the lingering questions from Patriots vs Bucs. Then the guys hear the best of the day from Twitter, Text, and Twitch during T3. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's Saturday episode we delve into haunted battlefields and forts! Among the places widely believed to be haunted by those prone to believe in spectral visitations are battlefields, where throughout history so many men and women met fearful, violent ends. In some of these places ghosts are reported to appear, some regularly and some on the anniversary of the conflict which ended their earthly lives. Stay tuned!
You are not broken. You are wounded. And inside the wound, is your remedy. The world might be broken. Systems and infrastructures certainly are. But we aren't. We've forgotten the truth of who we are. Your remedy involves your soul's dream. And your soul's dream is part of the collective dream. Lingering for a while in curiosity widens our capacity to dream again. We suffer when we forget this. How can you give yourself permission to be present with your sense of woundedness while also being open to finding the remedy there, as well? The (w)holiness of Eve and her longing. How gifts become wounds and wounds, gifts. Thank you for listening! If this episode or previous episodes inspire or resonate with you, I invite you to join me for Permission: Stepping Through Sacred Thresholds, an afternoon virtual retreat on Saturday, October 23rd. We'll explore the topic of lingering inside the gift of you, the dream of you, and the moving toward knowing and living the truth of you. In this spacious and sacred experiential retreat, I will provide a safe and grounded container to explore your yes and the healing and expansion you're ready for. This virtual retreat is for women who feel as though they are standing at a crossroads and sense or know it's time to step forward and be who they are in a new way and are ready to be guided by their own inner wisdom keeper and the support of a beautiful and intimate collective, my shamanic practices and helping spirits, and the elegant nature of soulfulness. Participants will walk away with a much clearer picture of what's truly calling them and how to take the next steps forward, while feeling aligned with their authentic truth, desire, and sense of belonging. Here's the link to learn more and save your seat for Permission: Stepping Through Sacred Thresholds https://www.shegathersbeauty.com/group-offerings
Live from the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice— I am Fierce and Fearless— I am here to tell the truth—I mean lets be honest—somebody has to—And—I'm the guy— Here are three big Things you need to know right now— Three— The search for Brian Laundrie is intensifying—now that the death of Gabby Petito has been ruled a homicide—Gaby's body recovered Sunday in Wyoming—and her fiance missing from his home in Florida— Two— Democrats are trying to curb Presidential power—including legislation that would restrict how and to who a President may give a pardon—which of course would be unconstitutional—but hell they don't care—its better than the border crisis— One— Its also better than the lingering disaster that is Afghanistan—the American people have lost all faith in this President on the matter of America's longest war— Pulling out and leaving Americans behind—in a disgusting cut and run disaster— The polling is now so bad—Democrats fear—anything they thought they might still be able to get through Congress—is sinking fast— That's because even Democrats—know Joe Biden is not up for the job of being Commander in Chief— and General Mark Milley has been involved in several high profile political disasters too over the past few days—and that has many on the left—on the run—
Host Sterling Bennett reacts to the San Francisco 49ers Week 2 victory vs. Philadelphia Eagles including DeMeco Ryans' strong debut against a mobile quarterback, an impressive performance from the secondary, and the one area that may cost the Niners in the long haul if they don't address it. Also, the good and bad from Jimmy Garoppolo's inconsistent, yet strong outing and the reason why Trey Lance didn't see the field. Later, how the Raheem Mostert injury has impacted the team in an unforeseen way, Deebo Samuel's continued success, and the status of George Kittle's role in the offense should be concerning. Don't forget to Like, Share, Subscribe and Leave a Review! Follow us on Twitter @49ers_Access Follow us on Instagram @49ers.Access --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/49ersaccess/support
Seth and Sean look at the top 4 lingering Texans questions we'll hopefully get answers to vs. Cleveland, react to the news that the Colts will be on the first in-season Hard Knocks starting in November, look at the top NFL games this weekend, and do Headlines. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this special episode of Thread, we take an extended look at Psalm 82 to seek answers to the question: Why is there so much evil and injustice in this world? Is there a spirit world government behind human social structures around the world? Find out more in this episode of Thread. Music by Ryan Andersen and Ross SchmidtArtwork by Kyounga SchmidtPhoto by Frank Mennu, Bulwark ProductionsRyan Andersen is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial License.Thread Bible Podcast is produced and edited by Ross Schmidt and is brought to you by Medialightonline.com and Emergemissions.orgSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=RL4F28KKJPKWQ)
In this episode of the MGMA Week in Review podcast, we feature articles on the Delta variant, surprise billing legislation, and the lingering health effects of the 9/11 attacks. Sources in this episode: https://www.mgma.com/data/data-stories/as-hospitals-are-overwhelmed,-which-medical-practi https://www.mgma.com/advocacy/advocacy-statements-letters/advocacy-letters/september-3,-2021-mgma-submits-comments-to-hhs-on https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2021/09/09/9-11-health-survivors-first-responders-anniversary/2511630696729/ Additional resources: To keep up with the latest healthcare legislation, visit mgma.com/advocacy. If you want to become part of the discussion, join the MGMA STAT panel by texting “stat” to 33550. Keep up with the latest industry news by subscribing to the MGMA Insights Newsletter at mgma.com/insightsnewsletter. If you have a story you want to share with us, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great weekend!
It's been 20 years since the 11 September attacks and their effect has had a lasting impact on the world. Katy Balls talks to Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth about their memories of that day, the mistakes made in its aftermath and if the new Taliban takeover of Afghanistan leaves us more vulnerable to similar attacks.
P.M. Edition for Sept. 10. Twenty years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, many people who lived, worked and even went to school near Ground Zero have developed a range of illnesses linked to 9/11. Reporter Julie Wernau joins host Annmarie Fertoli with some of their stories. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the NeurologyLive Mind Moments podcast. Tune in to hear leaders in neurology sound off on topics that impact your clinical practice. In this episode, we spoke with Deena Kuruvilla, MD, director, Westport Headache Institute, who spoke to the current state of affairs in the clinical care of migraine. She also shared her insight into the issues that specialists need to overcome, such as access to therapy, the real-world use of novel treatments for headache disorders, and the advances that are currently in the research and development stage. Episode Breakdown: 1:25 – Trends in the clinical care of migraine over the last year 5:00 –The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on patients with migraine 7:05 – Ongoing barriers of access to migraine treatments 9:20 – Neurology News Minute 13:25 –Addressing the need for more migraine specialists 15:55 –Real-world use of available migraine therapies and devices 17:20 – Recent introductions to the physician's migraine toolkit 20:40 – Lingering therapeutic needs in migraine and the role of advocacy in improving care The stories featured in this week's Neurology News Minute are further detailed here: FDA Approves Vivistim VNS System for Ischemic Stroke Motor Deficits FDA Approves Brivaracetam for Partial-Onset Seizures in Pediatric Epilepsy Acute Migraine Treatment INP104 Approved Thanks for listening to the NeurologyLive Mind Moments podcast. To support the show, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. For more neurology news and expert-driven content, visit neurologylive.com.
Welcome back to mystery at Lake Waco, where your hosts attempt to make sense of the crime and the bat -shit crazy investigation that followed. Along the way, Becky & Merie address the burning questions you didn't know you had, like: Just how many motherf**kers are going to end up confessing to this triple murder? Why is Becky scared of her suitcase? And is it tied to her fear of a lengthy COVID-related jail sentence? Was Merie once a baby shark or a werewolf? Just what does Tab Harper, just like the soft drink & Becky's cat, have to do with all of this? Just why hasn't Merie read the transcripts of the trials? What documentary is Becky warning you not to watch if you are feeling suicidal? Who has two thumbs & killed those kids? Come for the Zen voice. Stay for the ranch dressing packet talk that stuns Becky into silence.
Season 5: Inside The Box W/ BoxhoundRadioEpisode 20: Those Lingering Feelings Do feelings ever really go away after a relationship? Let's break down how those lingering feelings can impact you in a positive and negative way.Tune in and share with a friend! Boxhound Social Media:Instagram: @boxhoundlifestyleTwitter: @boxhound_Tiktok: @boxhoundlifestyleWebsite: https://www.allthingsboxhound.com/Follow the team members:IG: @ethan_scarlett @red_so_extra @sunnydaze_llk @tamarry_meTwitter: @_onlyethan @sunnydaze_llk @tamarry_me
The columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, plus owner of Taha'a Twisted Tiki (https://www.stltiki.bar/), on the Missouri Democratic Party being accused of unfair labor practices, wondering about the shortage of workers, plus more. Follow Antonio for more: https://twitter.com/AntonioFrench
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This week's podcast episode finds Becky & Merie discussing the (solved? unsolved?) case of three teenagers, Jill Montgomery, Raylene Rice, and Kenneth Franks, who were murdered at Lake Waco in 1982. Along the way, they address the burning questions you didn't know you had, like: Will Merie EVER get the intro to this show correct the first time???!!! IS there such s thing as Hustler Forum? Just how terrifying are Becky's Baby Jane floating red lips? (Hint: “subtle” isn't her middle name.) Which of your pod-coasts has the balls to declare, “I'm a pretty handsome dude!” What lone wolf cop character will be played by Tommy Lee Jones in the movie version of this tragedy? Can your pod-coasts get through one episode without the magazine Texas Monthly? (hint: no!) Is being found immediately after you're murdered in your home a good reason to…attend church? Would Becky rather face a serial killer in a dark alleyway or attend Scarborough Fair? (hint: bring on Bundy!) How long into this episode does it take before we finally land on blaming a devil cult for this horrible triple murder? Come for Becky's brag about knowing “a lot about life insurance.” Stay for the poor imitations of a French accent. Sources for this episode include: Texas Monthly. An Innocence Project's article about the role bite mark evidence has played in miscarriages of justice.
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/ZzFGHB-xezI Nearly 42% of patients infected with CoVid suffer longstanding brain fog and significant cognitive impairment. This among the findings by Stanford researchers after their neuropsychiatric studies of 100 CoVid patients. Most of these patients had milder cases with only 29% hospitalized and 12% treated in the ICU. Nevertheless, the group performed poorly on cognitive tests with impaired sustained attention, working memory, and decision-making. In addition, 22% of the group demonstrated moderate to severe depressive and/or anxiety symptoms. Over and over, studies prove that CoVid is not an innocuous disease that you can contract and recover from completely. If you don't die on a respirator, you may be left with a damaged brain, heart, or kidneys. Then there's this……Another study showed that 30% of CoVid19 survivors suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.08.23.21256078v1.full.pdf https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapsychiatry/fullarticle/2776722 #CoVid #brain #memory #attention #depression #anxiety #ptsd
Break ups are never easy. This week we discuss lingering exes, awkward third wheeling, and embracing lit Auntie vibes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-queen/message
Women of the Military would like to thank Sabio Coding Bootcamp for sponsoring this week's episode! Sabio Coding Bootcamp is a top-ranked coding Bootcamp that is 100% dedicated to helping smart and highly motivated individuals become exceptional software engineers. Visit their website www.Sabio.la to learn how you may be able to use your GI Bill benefits to train at Sabio. Your tuition and a monthly BAH stipend may be paid during your training period. They also are 100% committed to helping you find your first job in tech. Don't forget to head over to www.Sabio.la to learn more today.Check out the full show notes at https://www.airmantomom.com/2021/08/dont-ask-dont-tell/Check out the full transcript here. Thank you to my Patreon Sponsor Col Level and above:Kevin Barba, Adriana Keefe, Lorraine DiazGet Women of the Military podcast gear here!Thank you Patreon members for your support. Become a Patreon member today! Click here.
Included in this episode: 1. Largest Study of Lingering COVID-19 Effects Suggests a Looming Problem 2. Hurricane Ida Knocks Out All Power in New Orleans. Here's What to Know 3. Telehealth Took Off During the Pandemic. Now, Battles Over State Lines and Licensing Threaten Patients' Options 4. Independents' Views on the Economy Pose a Political Risk to Joe Biden 5. The Current COVID-19 Vaccine Card is Terrible. We Asked Professional Designers to Create a Better Version
Dan and Simon enter week ten of the lockdown. And then they start talking about horror. All lockdown and no play makes these guys... something... something... REVIEWS (02:50) Candyman (2021) - In cinemas now Chapelwaite - Stan / Epix in the US) Motley's Law - iWonder Evil - Paramount+ for seasons 1+2. It also streams s1 on Stan in Australia Annette - In cinemas now. It streams internationally on Amazon Prime Video. The Bite - Paramount+ in Australia THE MIDDLE BIT (37:59) Lingering moments in horror. What are the moments in horror shows and movies that still creep Dan and Simon the heck out? THE WEEK AHEAD (46:02)
The pandemic has caused much disarray in the lives of many. But aside from physical and financial damage, the psychological and emotional toll it's taken on everybody might be the one that impairs us in the long term. Join Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel as they dive deep and dissect the impact of COVID anxiety in their personal lives. They give their perspective on the different views on the vaccine and how they manage political differences within their own social circles. They also go into the impact of the pandemic on the service industry and the toll it takes on customer service employees. The volatile times the world is living through right now are hard enough, but the division among people has its own sets of problems that need to be dealt with. Listen in and share your thoughts on what they have to say on the matter.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the This Might Get Uncomfortable community today:wellevatr.comWellevatr FacebookWellevatr TwitterWellevatr Instagram
It's a big week coming up in the Native arts world. The largest assembly of Native artists is resuming in Santa Fe on a limited scale. The Santa Fe Indian Market was an online-only event last year because of the pandemic. A number of other in-person events are also scheduled, all featuring the talents of Native artists, many of whom lost their primary or supplemental incomes over the last year. We'll get a look at what's in store and hear from artists who had to find creative ways to stay afloat.
Ben Ennis and Rob Wong host! The guys share their thoughts on the Blue Jays dropping two of three games against the Mariners over the weekend and their lingering bullpen issues. Will Middlebrooks, former MLB third baseman, 2013 World Series champion, and current CBS analyst, weighs in on Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s recent regression at the […]
David Harrison from Locked On Bucs joins the guys to set expectations for preseason week 1, and Jake and James recap a lot of positive notes from Wednesday's practice, while remaining concerned about the interior OL. Trae Waynes, Larry Ogunjobi, Chris Evans, and Austin Seibert stand out, Joe Burrow remains consistent, and Xavier Su'a-Filo may be a cut candidate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tim Cato broadcasts LIVE from NBA Summer League and is joined by Mavs Moneyball's Kirk Henderson to react to the Luka Doncic extension, Mavericks free agency, unlocking Kristaps Porzingis, Dragic news and more NBA free agency talk on a NEW 77 Minutes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Who says the main villain has to be the final boss?? Jules Gill presents 10 Surprise Final Video Game Bosses That Came Out Of Nowhere...ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@Retr0J@WCultureGamingCheck out our YouTube channel: youtube.com/whatculturegamingFor even more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/gaming See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We’re going on a trip to your childhood. With the beginning of a new school year, memories can flood over us—both good and bad. Linda had a memory of a trip she took to a desert—and the teacher who didn’t believe her. And the principal who did. What school memory has stuck in your heart all these years? Don’t miss the conversation on Chris Fabry Live. Humiliation Over a Desert blogpost
Eric Wood joins Ross on today's podcast talking about: - Lingering pain from football injuries (10:05) - What it was like playing for only one NFL team (16:33) - Eric's emotions watching the current Bills team (19:17) RossTucker.com/Sponsors linktr.ee/RossTuckerPod
Today we're sharing our interview with Susi J Holiday, a dark fiction writer who cut her teeth writing flash fiction and short stories, many of which have been shortlisted for prestigious awards. As a writer she's mastered the entire dark fiction genre with creepy hits like the Bastoun trilogy, Supernatural mysteries like The Lingering and our favorite "Violet"; a truly gripping psychological thriller. Susi is a big name in a the Crime Fiction World and is living proof that crime fiction writers are far more cheerful than you might expect! Alongside all this incredible writing Susi works in Clinical Research and even finds time to perform in a group called the Slice Girls, a big hit on the crime fiction festival circuit.
THE BIRDS & BOYZ ARE BACK AS TRU_EAGLE & THE HONEST COWBOYS DIVE INTO SOME OF THE LINGERING QUESTION SURROUNDING THE EAGLES AND COWBOYS GEAR UP FOR TRAINING CAMP. THEY DIVE INTO EVERYTHING FROM DAK, ZEKE, JERRY JONES'S COMMENTS ON WINNING AND MORE AS THE COWBOYS GET READY FOR THE HALL OF FAME GAME. AND THE QUESTION MARKS STILL SURROUNDING THE BIRDS INCLUDING THE WR ROOM, CB2, ZACH ERTZ AND MUCH MORE!
Covid-19 infections and the vaccinated; Freediving record set by Torrance man; Lingering sewage smell at SoCal beaches; LBC Convention Center Immigrant Children Shelter Closed; Pasadena policy to vaccinate city workers. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
With Brakka defeated and Uggo anointed the new War Chief of Thorn, the Heroes of Bingle have to decide what's next on the agenda. But mysteries about a friend's new identity and the pact between James and the Old Ones makes the future even more complicated. S UPPORT THE SHOW! Now on Patreon, come see all the awesome perks available at http://patreon.com/thedungeonrun JOIN US LIVE on Wednesday nights at 6:00 pm Pacific at http://twitch.tv/thedungeonrun
Coach Norvell, Jordan Travis and McKenzie Milton finally answer who will start for the Seminoles this season. Hear Candace & Drake discuss Syracuse's Head Coach Dino Babers future and whether Boston College & Head Coach Jeff Hafley will be the 2nd best team in the Atlantic Division. Follow @LockedOnACC on Twitter Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"It's okay to create in five minutes, just bite-size pieces." Today on the Creatively Christian podcast is Mary Grace, interviewed by Andrea Sandefur. Mary beautifully depicts her passion for writing and her extravagant love for poetry. This episode dives into the importance of taking spare moments to create, even if they're small and rare. Even in the toughest of seasons, Mary discusses, asking for help provides clarity in the gift of creating. Mary Grace pursues many areas in the creating world. She creates poems, short stories, and joins specific pieces of poetry and art together. Not only does she create with her hands, but she produces spoken word, and sends out monthly newsletters to those who subscribe to her website. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. This episode can be found on YouTube. Show Notes The following resources were mentioned in the show or are useful resources recommended by the guests. Links might be marked as affiliate links, meaning we earn a commission if you buy through the link. Goldrock Press (Dorene Meyer): https://goldrockpress.comArt Shop (Red Bubble): https://www.redbubble.com/people/MaryGWriting/shopWord Guild of Canada: https://thewordguild.comWebsite/Blog/links to socials: https://marygracewriting.ca Credits This show is produced by Theophany Media. The theme music is by Bill Brooks and Andrea Sandefur. The logo is by Bill Brooks. Our wonderful hosts are Brannon Hollingsworth, Lynn Baber, Andrea Sandefur, and Bill Brooks. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Time to look back on the Suns' 123-119 loss in Game Five of the NBA Finals. Our three lingering thoughts from the home loss are the Bucks' shooting performance being less sustainable than what Devin Booker is doing, the Suns going away from their offensive creativity and defensive energy in the second and third quarters, and finally the Suns proving they could once again win in the hustle categories by selling out on the glass and taking care of the ball. That leaves us with a stars vs. stars series heading into Game Six tomorrow in Milwaukee. Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLfUKlsfViE Follow on Twitter: @LockedOnPHXSuns, @BrendonKleen14 Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Into Final Space is here to break down all your questions from each episode of Final Space Season Three every Tuesday after the episode premieres on Adult Swim. On Episode Thirteen: how Olan's finale would have looked, the Team Squad falling apart, and what lies ahead. And we welcome Daniel (@obosaruemen) as one of our randomly selected fans to ask Olan three questions in our bonus Into Final (Lingering) Thoughts at the end of the episode.
Into Final Space is here to break down all your questions from each episode of Final Space Season Three every Tuesday after the episode premieres on Adult Swim. On Episode Twelve: the highs and lows of the Team Squad, the cast's performance, and Little Cato's abduction. And we welcome Brooke (@bmurfette) as one of our randomly selected fans to ask Olan three questions in our bonus Into Final (Lingering) Thoughts at the end of the episode.
Thousands of people across the U.S. have reported a range of symptoms months after recovering from COVID-19. For many long-COVID patients, an accurate diagnosis can be a difficult task and getting access to quality care is often another hurdle in the process to get treated. Guest host Catharine Richert spoke with an infectious disease researcher and the leader of a COVID-19 rehabilitation program about what we know so far about the disease's long-term effects and what can be done to extend health care access to the most vulnerable. Guests: Dr. Hana Akselrod is an assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. Dr. Greg Van is a preventive, occupational and aerospace medicine specialist who leads the Covid Activities Rehabilitation Program at Mayo Clinic.
Into Final Space is here to break down all your questions from each episode of Final Space Season Three every Tuesday after the episode premieres on Adult Swim. On Episode Eleven: understanding the changes made in the last three episodes, the death of Bolo, and deciding if Biskit should work for Star Cadet. And we welcome June (@DanmakuSpam) as one of our randomly selected fans to ask Olan three questions in our bonus Into Final (Lingering) Thoughts at the end of the episode.
Storytime I want to take you back, back in time to a hot June night in 1980 and tell you a story about that time. [cue sound effect] I'm 11 years old and I'm recovering from a third spinal surgery after two previous cervical fusions failed. I'm feeling terrible. I'm in a dark, cold hospital room in a university hospital, just out of post-op and back on the pediatric unit 104 miles from home, immobilized in a full body cast and halo brace, recovering from puking from the general anesthetic, afraid that this surgery failed like the other two. My confidence in surgeons is at a low ebb. The room smells of antiseptic and isolation. Back in those unenlightened days, visiting hours were really limited, so my parents aren't there. But I'm not alone. My sick toddler roommate is lying face down in his crib, sobbing inconsolably. No one comes for him. “Nothing can be done for him -- this will pass,” the professionals had told me when I pressed the call button for him. So I don't bother with the call button anymore. I can't think of anything to do for him either. I feel like he does. We're both miserable. I am in the darkest hour of my life to that point. I'm beginning to wonder if the rest of my life will be a series of horrible, painful, failed surgeries, nighttime isolation and helplessness. So what does little Petey Guy do at the point? My aunt Marlene always used to call me Petey Guy when I was that age. Petey Guy starts to sing. Yes, that's right, I start singing. Do you know what I was singing? Was the 1959 Julie Andrews version of "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music? No it wasn't. The Beatles" 1969 classic "Here comes the Sun" by George Harrison? It was not. Was it the 1977 show tune "The Sun will Come out Tomorrow" from the musical Annie? Nope. Guess again. Gloria Gaynor's smash hit in 1977 "I will survive"? Wrong. "Don't Stop" by Fleetwood Mac, also in 1977? No. How about "Don't Stop Believin" by Journey -- that was it, right. Come on, people. "Don't Stop Believin" came out in 1981. We're in 1980. So chronologically, that wouldn't make sense. No, I was singing a different song, a darker song than any of those, a 1970 song with lyrics written by 14 year old Michael Altman, put to music by his father Robert Altman and sung by Johnny Mandel. A song written for the 1970 movie MASH. Some of you may be following this now. I was singing a song called Suicide is Painless. You're probably familiar with the tune. After the surprise success of the movie, Robert Altman chose it to be the instrumental opening for the hugely popular MASH comedy-drama series that ran on CBS from 1972 to 1983. So even though you know the tune, you might not be familiar with the gaunt, haunting, despairing lyrics. Here's the opening stanza: Through early morning fog I see Visions of the things to beThe pains that are withheld for meI realize and I can seeThat suicide is painlessIt brings on many changesAnd I can take or leave it if I please So a little backstory. My Grandpa Roberts had a magnus chord organ 1960's very popular, lots on the second hand market. Chords press a button with left hand, keyboard with the right. We had one too. Grandpa Roberts had a songbook of popular tune to play on the Magnus Chord Organ --- including Suicide is Painless I recognized the theme from MASH, and it was one of very few songs I learned to play on the Magnus Chord Organ, and I sang the lyrics as I played. But they didn't particularly resonate with me until that post-surgical night in 1980, in the dark, sick, and alone with the crying toddler when my 11 year old heart was so burdened and breaking. Nobody noticed my singing about suicide in the night -- my toddler roommate didn't seem to care. And it wasn't until almost 40 years later that I ever told anyone about it. Intro Welcome to the podcast Interior Integration for Catholics, thank you for being here with me. I no longer go by "Petey Guy," I am better known as clinical psychologist Peter Malinoski The reason this Interior Integration for Catholics podcasts exists is to help you toward loving God, neighbor and yourself in an ordered, healthy, holy way. -- It's about tolerating being loved, and about loving about living out the two great commandments to the hilt, with all of our being, it's about overcoming the natural obstacles to reaching more of our potential, both in the natural and the spiritual realms. Because we take on the tough topics in this podcast, today we are getting into the difficult and complex topic of suicide/ Suicide. Even the word can send shivers up the spine. This episode is titled IIC 76 The Black of Suicide -- What Do the Secular Experts Say? and it's released on July 12, 2021 Today we are looking at the best of current psychological and sociological research -- Episode 73. St. Augustine De Doctrina Christiana. Chapter 40 is a theological text on how to interpret and teach the Scriptures. Moreover, if those who are called philosophers, and especially the Platonists, have said anything that is true and in harmony with our faith, we are not only not to shrink from it, but to claim it for our own use. all branches of heathen learning have not only false and superstitious fancies and heavy burdens of unnecessary toil, which we ought to abhor and avoid; but they contain also liberal instruction which is better adapted to the use of the truth, and some most excellent precepts of morality; and some truths in regard even to the worship of the One God are found among them. Now these are, so to speak, their gold and silver, which they did not create themselves, but dug out of the mines of God's providence which are everywhere scattered abroad In future episode, we will bring in a lot more of the wisdom of the Catholic Church . And in future episodes, we will bring in more Internal Family Systems thinking about our parts and suicide, fascinating stuff there And in future episodes we will be discussing the impact of suicide on parents, spouses, siblings, children and friends who experienced suicide through the death of a loved one. So we are at the beginning of a series of episodes on suicide. This is a critical topic -- A 2017 Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey of 1000 American Adults finds that 55% know someone who has committed suicide. One from my 8th grade graduating class One for two classes behind me in high school Let's do an etymological analysis of the word suicide -- you know how much I like to break down words on this podcast, so it's Time for Word Lore [cue sound effect] Where does the English word Suicide come from? "deliberate killing of oneself," 1650s, from Modern Latin suicidium "suicide," from Latin sui "of oneself" (genitive of se "self") + -cidium "a killing," from caedere "to slay" or to strike oneself. How serious is suicide? Lets look the research, let's look at suicide this by the numbers [cue sound effect] Fast Facts How many suicides worldwide each year? About 800,000. About 10 in 100,000 people die each year from suicide Worldwide, suicide accounts for 1.4% of all deaths. Wide range of suicide rates. 98.3 per 100,000 in Greenland, 1.56 per 100,000 in Jamaica. 63X higher. How many suicides in the US? Drawing from CDC and NIMH According to the Center for Disease Control in 2020 -- 44.834 recorded suicides 14.5 deaths per 100,000 population US Men more than 3X as likely as US women to suicide Women 1.4X likely as men to attempt suicide -- use less lethal means Long trend up from 1999 to 2017, leveled off and trending down over last three years. How do people suicide Just a hair over 50% use a firearm 29% are by suffocation 13% are by poisoning Catholics and suicide Data from over the last century consistently reveal that Catholics have a lower suicide rate than Protestants. Not a huge effect, but a persistent one, going all the way back to early social science measurement efforts in 1897 -- Emile Durkheim's work.. Even when controlling for a lot of variables, the denominational effect persisted. Various factors proposed Fear of Hell, mortal sin -- Protestants more accepting of suicide More communitarian approach than individualistic approach to religion and faith Types of Suicide Emile Durkheim -- French philosopher and early sociologist in the late 19 and early 20th Century -- principal architect, along with Max Weber of modern social sciences. He created a normative theory of suicide focusing on the conditions of group life. Proposing four different types of suicide, which include egoistic, altruistic, anomic, and fatalistic, Durkheim began his theory by plotting social regulation on the x-axis of his chart, and social integration on the y-axis. Drawing from a blog post on the Management Development Institute of Singapore website by Dr Amir Singh from March 30, 2020 Egoistic suicide corresponds to a low level of social integration. When one is not well integrated into a social group it can lead to a feeling that they have not made a difference in anyone's lives. when a man becomes socially isolated or feels that he has no place in the society he destroys himself. This is the suicide of self-centered person who lacks altruistic feelings and is usually cut off from main stream of the society. It is committed by individuals who are social outcast and see themselves as being alone or an outsider. These individuals are unable to find their own place in society and have problems adjusting to groups. They received little and no social care. Suicide is seen as a solution for them to free themselves from loneliness or excessive individuation. Altruistic suicide corresponds to too much social integration. This occurs when a group dominates the life of an individual to a degree where they feel meaningless to society. Altruistic suicide occurs when social group involvement is too high. Individuals are so well integrated into the group that they are willing to sacrifice their own life in order to fulfil some obligation for the group. Individuals kill themselves for the collective benefit of the group or for the cause that the group believes in. An example is someone who commits suicide for the sake of a religious or political cause, such as the infamous Japanese Kamikaze pilots of World War II, or the hijackers that crashed the airplanes into the World Trade Centre, the Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania in 2001. During World War II, Japanese Kamikaze pilots were willing to lay down their own lives for their countries in the hope that they will win the war. These pilots believed in their nation's cause and were willing to sacrifice their lives. Similarly, suicide bombers around the world were willing to give up their lives in order to make a political or religious statement because they firmly believed in their group's cause. Anomic suicide occurs when one has an insufficient amount of social regulation. This stems from the sociological term anomie, meaning a sense of aimlessness or despair that arises from the inability to reasonably expect life to be predictable. This type of suicide is due to certain breakdown of social equilibrium, such as, suicide after bankruptcy or after winning a lottery. In other words, anomic suicide takes place in a situation which has cropped up suddenly. Anomic suicide is caused by the lack of social regulation and it occurs during high levels of stress and frustration. Anomic suicide stems from sudden and unexpected changes in situations. For example, when individuals suffer extreme financial loss, the disappointment and stress that individuals face may drive them towards committing suicide as a means of escape. Fatalistic suicide results from too much social regulation. An example of this would be when one follows the same routine day after day. This leads to a belief that there is nothing good to look forward to. Durkheim suggested this was the most popular form of suicide for prisoners. This type of suicide is due to overregulation in society. Under the overregulation of a society, when a servant or slave commits suicide, when a barren woman commits suicide, it is the example of fatalistic suicide. Fatalistic suicide occurs when individuals are kept under tight regulation. These individuals are placed under extreme rules or high expectations are set upon them, which removes a person's sense of self or individuality. Slavery and persecution are examples of fatalistic suicide where individuals may feel that they are destined by fate to be in such conditions and choose suicide as the only means of escaping such conditions. In South Korea, celebrities are being put under strict regulations. There was a case where, a singer committed suicide due to exhaustion to keep up with society's rules and regulations. In 2017, celebrity Kim Jonghyun ended his life due to severe depression and the pressure of being in the spotlight as he felt that he could not fulfil the society's expectations of his performance (Lee, 2018). Inadvertent or accidental Suicide Example -- the Choking Game AKA Pass out challenge, flatlining, space monkey -- people strangle themselves to experience a euphoric high -- autoerotic asphyxiation. Discussed this briefly in Episode 69. Example -- drug overdose, heroine laced with fentanyl. Example -- Driving while impaired with alcohol Indirect Suicide -- not taking care of oneself -- poor health habits Smoking Poor diabetes management Risky driving Excessive alcohol or drug use Assisted Suicide -- also known as Mercy killing Risk Factors for Suicide Commonly cited risk factors VeryWell Mind By Nancy Schimelpfening reviewing recent research findings February 19, 2021 Mental Illness Most common -- severe depression -- blue deepening into black Bipolar disorder -- the orange Borderline Personality Disorder Eating Disorders Schizophrenia I have a very different understanding of what's going with these conditions. Traumatic Stress Substance Use and Impulsivity Loss or a fear of Loss Academic failure Being arrested or imprisoned Bullying, shaming, or humiliation, including cyberbullying Financial problems End of a close friendship or romantic relationship Job loss Loss of friends or family acceptance due to revealing your sexual orientation Loss of social status Hopelessness Chronic Pain or Medical Illness Feeling like a burden to others Social Isolation A Cry for Help -- not a cry for attention Accidental Suicide From Suicide Prevention Resource Center website Prior suicide attempt(s) Misuse and abuse of alcohol or other drugs Mental disorders, particularly depression and other mood disorders Access to lethal means Knowing someone who died by suicide, particularly a family member Social isolation Chronic disease and disability Lack of access to behavioral health care Precipitating factors are stressful events that can trigger a suicidal crisis in a vulnerable person. Examples include: End of a relationship or marriage Death of a loved one An arrest Serious financial problems Robin Hood investor Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH) Office of Suicide Prevention -- Myths and Facts of Youth Suicide Sources National Mental Health Association Youth Suicide Prevention Education Program The Trevor Project MYTH: Talking about suicide or asking someone if they feel suicidal will encourage suicide attempts. FACT: Talking about suicide provides the opportunity for communication. Fears shared are more likely to diminish. The first step in encouraging a person with thoughts of suicide to live comes from talking about those feelings. A simple inquiry about whether or not the person is intending to end their life can start the conversation. However, talking about suicide should be carefully managed. MYTH: Young people who talk about suicide never attempt or die by suicide. FACT: Talking about suicide can be a plea for help and it can be a late sign in the progression towards a suicide attempt. Those who are most at risk will show other signs apart from talking about suicide. If you have concerns about a young person who talks about suicide: Encourage him/her to talk further and help them to find appropriate counseling assistance. Ask if the person are thinking about making a suicide attempt. Ask if the person has a plan. Think about the completeness of the plan and how dangerous it is. Do not trivialise plans that seem less complete or less dangerous. All suicidal intentions are serious and must be acknowledged as such. Encourage the young person to develop a personal safety plan. This can include time spent with others, check-in points with significant adults/ plans for the future. MYTH: A promise to keep a note unopened and unread should always be kept. FACT: Where the potential for harm, or actual harm, is disclosed then confidentiality cannot be maintained. A sealed note with the request for the note not to be opened is a very strong indicator that something is seriously amiss. A sealed note is a late sign in the progression towards suicide. MYTH: Suicide attempts or deaths happen without warning. FACT: The survivors of a suicide often say that the intention was hidden from them. It is more likely that the intention was just not recognized. These warning signs include: These are really important The recent suicide, or death by other means, of a friend or relative. Previous suicide attempts. Preoccupation with themes of death or expressing suicidal thoughts. Depression, conduct disorder and problems with adjustment such as substance abuse, particularly when two or more of these are present. Giving away prized possessions/ making a will or other final arrangements. Major changes in sleep patterns - too much or too little. Sudden and extreme changes in eating habits/ losing or gaining weight. Withdrawal from friends/ family or other major behavioral changes. Dropping out of group activities. Personality changes such as nervousness, outbursts of anger, impulsive or reckless behavior, or apathy about appearance or health. Frequent irritability or unexplained crying. Lingering expressions of unworthiness or failure. Lack of interest in the future. A sudden lifting of spirits, when there have been other indicators, may point to a decision to end the pain of life through suicide. MYTH: If a person attempts suicide and survives, they will never make a further attempt.FACT: A suicide attempt is regarded as an indicator of further attempts. It is likely that the level of danger will increase with each further suicide attempt. MYTH: Once a person is intent on suicide, there is no way of stopping them.FACT: Suicides can be prevented. People can be helped. Suicidal crises can be relatively short-lived. Immediate practical help such as staying with the person, encouraging them to talk and helping them build plans for the future, can avert the intention to attempt or die by suicide. Such immediate help is valuable at a time of crisis, but appropriate counseling will then be required. MYTH: People who threaten suicide are just seeking attention.FACT: All suicide attempts must be treated as though the person has the intent to die. Do not dismiss a suicide attempt as simply being an attention-gaining device. It is likely the young person has tried to gain attention and, therefore, this attention is needed. The attention they get may well save their lives. -- Thinking of it as calling out for help. Pejorative -- drama queen. MYTH: Suicide is hereditary.FACT: Although suicide can be over-represented in families, attempts are not genetically inherited. Members of families share the same emotional environment, and the death by suicide of one family member may well raise the awareness of suicide as an option for other family members. MYTH: Only certain types of people become suicidal. -- My exampleFACT: Everyone has the potential for suicide. The evidence shows disposing conditions may lead to either suicide attempts or deaths. It is unlikely those who do not have the predisposing conditions (for example, depression, conduct disorder, substance abuse, feeling of rejection, rage, emotional pain and anger) will die by suicide. MYTH: Suicide is painless. -- Remember the Song? FACT: Many suicide methods are very painful. Fictional portrayals of suicide do not usually include the reality of the pain. Maybe 14 year old Michael Altman wasn't entirely correct. MYTH: Depression and self-destructive behavior are rare in young people.FACT: Both forms of behavior are common in adolescents. Depression may manifest itself in ways which are different from its manifestation in adults but it is prevalent in children and adolescents. Self-destructive behavior is most likely to be shown for the first time in adolescence and its incidence is on the rise. MYTH: All young people with thoughts of suicide are depressed.FACT: While depression is a contributory factor in most suicides, it need not be present for a person to attempt or die by suicide. MYTH: Marked and sudden improvement in the mental state of an attempter following a suicidal crisis or depressive period signifies the suicide risk is over.FACT: The opposite may be true. In the three months following an attempt, a young person is at most risk of dying by suicide. The apparent lifting of the problems could mean the person has made a firm decision to die by suicide and feels better because of this decision. MYTH: Once a young person thinks about suicide, they will forever think about suicide.FACT: Most young people who are considering suicide will only be that way for a limited period of their lives. Given proper assistance and support, they will probably recover and continue to lead meaningful and happy lives unhindered by suicidal concerns. MYTH: Young persons thinking about suicide cannot help themselves.FACT: While contemplating suicide, young people may have a distorted perception of their actual life situation and what solutions are appropriate for them to take. However, with support and constructive assistance from caring and informed people around them, young people can gain full self-direction and self-management in their lives. MYTH: The only effective intervention for suicide comes from professional psychotherapists with extensive experience in the area.FACT: All people who interact with adolescents in crisis can help them by way of emotional support and encouragement. Psychotherapeutic interventions also rely heavily on family, and friends providing a network of support. MYTH: Most young people thinking about suicide never seek or ask for help with their problems.FACT: Evidence shows that they often tell their school peers of their thoughts and plans. Most adults with thoughts of suicide visit a medical doctor during the three months prior to killing themselves. Adolescents are more likely to 'ask' for help through non-verbal gestures than to express their situation verbally to others. MYTH: Young people thinking about suicide are always angry when someone intervenes and they will resent that person afterwards.FACT: While it is common for young people to be defensive and resist help at first, these behaviors are often barriers imposed to test how much people care and are prepared to help. For most adolescents considering suicide, it is a relief to have someone genuinely care about them and to be able to share the emotional burden of their plight with another person. When questioned some time later, the vast majority express gratitude for the intervention. MYTH: Break-ups in relationships happen so frequently, they do not cause suicide.FACT: Suicide can be precipitated by the loss of a relationship. MYTH: Young people thinking about suicide are insane or mentally ill.FACT: Although adolescents thinking about suicide are likely to be extremely unhappy and may be classified as having a mood disorder, such as depression, most are not legally insane. However, there are small numbers of individuals whose mental state meets psychiatric criteria for mental illness and who need psychiatric help. MYTH: Most suicides occur in winter months when the weather is poor.FACT: Seasonal variation data are essentially based on adult suicides, with limited adolescent data available. However, it seems adolescent suicidal behavior is most common during the spring and early summer months. MYTH: Suicide is much more common in young people from higher (or lower) socioeconomic status (SES) areas.FACT: The causes of suicidal behavior cut across SES boundaries. While the literature in the area is incomplete, there is no definitive link between SES and suicide. This does not preclude localized tendencies nor trends in a population during a certain period of time. MYTH: Some people are always suicidal.FACT: Nobody is suicidal at all times. The risk of suicide for any individual varies across time, as circumstances change. This is why it is important for regular assessments of the level of risk in individuals who are 'at risk'. MYTH: Every death is preventable.FACT: No matter how well intentioned, alert and diligent people's efforts may be, there is no way of preventing all suicides from occurring. MYTH: The main problem with preventive efforts is trying to implement strategies in an extremely grey area.FACT: The problem is that we lack a complete understanding of youth suicide and know more about what is not known than what is fact. Going deeper: The reaction trio -- these do not just spring up spontaneously-- in the middle of a causal chain. Recognize their impact -- but also see what causes them. Despair -- failure of hope This is an effect and a cause -- what caused the despair Desperation -- Rage -- rage is a reaction -- can lead to Seeking to Punish God Seeking to punish others Other Reason -- these are the core reasons. Attachment needs not met -- Episode 62 A felt sense of safety and protection, deep sense of security felt in the bones Feeling seen and known heard and understood -- felt attunement Felt comfort, reassurance Feeling valued, delighted in, cherished by the attachment figure Felt support for the best self Integrity Needs not met All of the above. Each one of us needs help to develop our sense of self, our identity I exist my existence is separate from others -- I exist in my own right, a separate personIs bounded, has boundaries My identity is stable over time and across different situations -- there is a continuity I can regulate myself -- I have some self-control. Is integrated -- coherent interconnections inside between aspects of experience -- self-cohesion Is active, with agency, can effectively function in the world Is morally good -- ontologically or essentially good and thus has intrinsic value and worth, apart from others' opinions. I can make sense of my experience and the world around me Mission and Purpose in life We also need to make good choices -- seek what is good, true and beautiful in life Suicide Prevention Current secular "wisdom" and teaching on the topic Protective factors are personal or environmental characteristics that help protect people from suicide VeryWell mind article By Nancy Schimelpfening reviewing recent research findings February 19, 2021 Effective behavioral health care Connectedness to individuals, family, community, and social institutions Life skills (including problem solving skills and coping skills, ability to adapt to change) Self-esteem and a sense of purpose or meaning in life Cultural, religious, or personal beliefs that discourage suicide Here's what I think: Let's start way back in the causal chain. Attachment needs met -- see episode 62 Unmet Attachment Needs and Unmet Integrity Need Integrity Needs Met Future focus We really looked at the secular literature in this episode In the next episode -- looking at the juncture of the psychological and the spiritual What does the wisdom of the Catholic Church say about suicide. How does that fit with what the secular experts are saying And what's really exciting we will get into suicide from a parts perspective. The role of exiled parts in suicide, the role of firefighter parts, the role of manager parts. Seeing in more dimension. Most of the conceptualizations we discussed today assume a homogenous personality. One personality. We will also get into Others' Experience of Suicide -- parents, spouses, friends. Intense reactions Came from the blue Very understandable -- especially with the impulsive kind. Pain, shame guilt It was my fault Really natural -- we have parts that want to hold on to the fantasy that we can make everything ok if we just always do the right thing Jesus could not prevent Judas' suicide without violating his free will. Action Items If you are having suicidal thoughts or know of someone who is, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 for support and assistance from a trained counselor. If you or a loved one are in immediate danger, call 911. Catholic's Guide to Choosing a Therapist Let people know about this episode -- many of you know other Catholics who have experienced loss of loved ones through suicide -- may benefit. Take the chance, reach out. Episodes 76, 77 and 78. Interior Integration for Catholics All the major platforms Soulandhearts.com/iic -- initials for Interior Integration for Catholics This episode can help equip you to have those conversations, to be able to reach out. 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