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SAVAGE MIND PODCAST
THANKSGIVING 2021 : DO YOU FEEL THANKFUL?? GRATEFUL??

SAVAGE MIND PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 29:47


What are we thankful /grateful for?? We say we value PEOPLE, LOVED ONES above MATERIAL THINGS, POSSESSIONS , " STUFF "IF SO THEN WHY DO OUR ACTIONS SAY OTHERWISE?? DOES THE GRATITUDE THAT COMES OUT OF OUR MOUTHS MATCH OUR ACTIONS?? ONLY WE KNOW THE TRUTH... WHAT WILL WE DO TO CHANGE THIS?? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/savage-lifestyle1/support

LitCit: Antioch's Literary Citizen Podcast
Antioch LitCit #20 Farah Ali

LitCit: Antioch's Literary Citizen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 50:57


Host Ahsan Butt in conversation with guest Farah Ali about Karachi, Pakistan as home, estrangement as a fundamental human condition, avoiding sentimentality on the page, and getting to the “why behind the why” of her complicated characters. Ali reads passages from “Loved Ones,” a short story from her debut collection People Want to Live.

FIA Good Morning
Episode 634: Jesus Wept - What Would Your Loved One Want?

FIA Good Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 7:06


Wonder, if your loved ones would say exactly what Jesus says in Jn20? Do you ever think of what your loved ones would want? How they would want you to respond to their passing? Tune in, let's muse for a bit...

Heartbreak to Happiness
Sara Breaks Down as She Shares Her Personal Stories about Supporting Loved Ones Through Trauma and Heartbreak?

Heartbreak to Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 30:09


Jared and Katie in the Morning, Show Highlights

Katie shares that the words that make your loved one feel the most loved are not "I love you". Words like "you inspire me" and "I'm proud of you" have a greater effect on your loved ones. Jason isn't all too inspired by these words of love. However, Jared and Katie, who both have words of affirmation as their love language, believe these are a great way to show love. Tune in to find out all of the great things you can say to someone you love!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

War of the Roses - Jared and Katie in the Morning

Katie shares that the words that make your loved one feel the most loved are not "I love you". Words like "you inspire me" and "I'm proud of you" have a greater effect on your loved ones. Jason isn't all too inspired by these words of love. However, Jared and Katie, who both have words of affirmation as their love language, believe these are a great way to show love. Tune in to find out all of the great things you can say to someone you love!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I AM HUMAN The Movement
The Root of Joy is Gratitude

I AM HUMAN The Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 31:22


With Thanksgiving nearly upon us, there is a festive joy in the air as we gather with loved ones and reflect on some of the things that make us most grateful in life. But is gratitude something we should be practicing more than just one day out of the year? On this week's episode, Bryn and Laura share some of the things that they are most grateful for shining a light on the idea that the root of joy truly starts with practicing gratitude. Bryn shares some of her experiences around learning how to find her voice in such a loud and boisterous world while Laura shares some of the little moments she's embraced and felt grateful. So whether you're a turkey fiend or maybe you're more of a pizza on thanksgiving kinda human, you won't want to miss this feast of an episode as we talk about the root of joy being gratitude. Music Credit: Ready for This by Dan Phillipson

THE X & Y SHOW
Ep.173 - Would you move for a loved one?

THE X & Y SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 35:08


Would you move to another place for a loved one? How far would you go to support your spouse?

Financial Sense(R) Newshour
Survivor Checklist - Here's What You Need to Do if a Loved One Passes Away

Financial Sense(R) Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 21:33


Nov 22 – There are a number of things that need to be done in case a spouse or loved one passes away, whether notifying various government agencies like social security or reaching out to life... Subscribe to our premium weekday podcasts: https://www.financialsense.com/subscribe

The Skinny with Mike and Adam
Adam and Mike's 2021 In Memoriam

The Skinny with Mike and Adam

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 111:31


This is our last 'regular' episode of The Skinny for 2021 before our year-end celebration in December and we're taking the time to reflect on yet another strange year in our lives. Lots of ups and downs, disappointments and triumphs were sprinkled throughout and Adam and Mike share with one another and with our audience what the year-to-date was like for them. Also on the episode, we share our thoughts on recent albums we checked out from artists like The Seafloor Cinema, Silent Planet, Gold Necklace, Adele, The Killers, The Loved Ones, Lucero, and Wolf Parade. We both want to THANK YOU so much for choosing to spend some of your time with us this week and throughout this past year! Whether you're a new listener or a longtime fan, you being here and giving us an audience means the world to us and we hope that you'll stick around for the 2021 Year End Awards and beyond! #TheSeafloorCinema #SilentPlanet #GoldNecklace #Adele #TheKillers #TheLovedOnes #Lucero #WolfParade Find us on social media: https://discord.gg/2jv87Wypvw https://www.twitter.com/TheSkinnyPod https://www.instagram.com/mikewearsprada mail to:theskinnywithmikeandadam@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theskinnywithmikeandadam/support

Chicken Soup for the Soul with Amy Newmark
Accepting Your Loved Ones' Dementia and Joining Their New Reality

Chicken Soup for the Soul with Amy Newmark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 9:58


Hey, it's Amy Newmark with your Chicken Soup for the Soul and I'm starting a new topic today, with stories from our new book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Navigating Eldercare & Dementia. This new collection really supports family caregivers, and we need lots of support, because it's tough becoming the caregiver for an impaired spouse or parent. These stories will make you feel less alone and more empowered in your new role. I think one of most important things you can do if your family member has dementia is to learn to let go of your reality. You have to accept that your loved one has a new reality. There's no point trying to correct an incorrect memory—you just go with it. Because what difference does it make anyway? Your role is to keep the conversation going, even if it's not based on the true facts or history as you know them. And your role also is to live in the moment, learning how to sit back and enjoy the little things, which might just mean that you and your loved one spend half an hour discussing a tree that you're looking at. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Dating Den
How to Set Boundaries and Get Your Needs Met at Work, with Loved Ones, and with Men With Terri Cole

The Dating Den

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 47:04


Marni welcomes Licensed Psychotherapist Terri Cole to the Life Check Yourself podcast. Terri is a global relationship and empowerment expert, the author of Boundary Boss: The Essential Guide to Talk True, Be Seen, and (Finally) Live Free, and podcast host. She offers up tips for single ladies who date, how-to say no with ease and grace, and her effective Boundary Blueprint.    Key takeaways from this episode:  Effective Communication Skills How to Set Personal Boundaries How to Say No with Ease and Grace Dating Red Flags   Establishing Healthy Boundaries [2:41] Terri describes boundaries as personal rules of engagement. Guidelines we set to let other people know what is ok and what is not ok with us. They are rules specifically customized around our limits, values, and deal-breakers. They let people know how to treat us. When we were young most of us were told to be good kids and do things for other people whether we wanted to or not. This means, most of us were raised to be self-abandoning, people-pleasing, co-dependents.  Almost all of us have disordered boundaries.  Terri says boundaries are a language we can learn. We got corrupted data and that creates a twisted sense of self, value, and worth. It is a complicated aspect of our personality. In her book, Boundary Boss: The Essential Guide to Talk True, Be Seen, and (Finally) Live Free she has step-by-step instructions on how to set healthy boundaries.  When we do things for others that they can and should be doing for themselves we can become bitter and burnt out. It is absolutely okay to say no without an explanation of why you are saying no.  The amount of self-respect, self-love, and self-worth we feel for ourselves sets the bar for every other relationship in our lives. Whether we know it or not.           The Boundary Blueprint [15:33] If you don't set boundaries, you will be a martyr only doing things for people out of a corrupted sense of responsibility. You may try to make people feel guilty and you will give corrupted data about yourself to the people in your life so they won't authentically know you. And, how can anyone authentically love you if you don't allow them to authentically know you or you don't authentically know yourself?   To get started: Get clear about where you need a boundary, then Do a resentment inventory Make a simple request Don't change the rules   Tips for Single Ladies [31:21] Single women should value their time and not get stuck in the pen pal zone when a guy texts but won't ask you out. Ask him to take things to the next level. Who has time to waste? Not empowered single women. Set boundaries in the dating realm, early and often.  A woman who has healthy boundaries says something when someone doesn't keep their word. She pushes back when a guy doesn't call when he says he will. She doesn't collude with a guy's twisted sense of reality when he thinks his time is more valuable than she is.   Make a Connection: Visit Our Website Join Our Dating Den Facebook Community Here! Learn how to attract your perfect equal...watch our latest training here! Interested in working with us? Book a Breakthrough session at DWDVIP Get a Free Coaching Session with Marni on Our Podcast - Sign up Here to Be a Guest On Our Show Download a Complimentary Copy of our Book - How to Find a Quality Guy Without Going on 200 Dates Boundary Boss

Students of Mind
Identifying Gaps in Support for Families of the Terminally Ill & Immortalizing Loved One's Voices w/ Katie Dalmas of Beyond the Clouds

Students of Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 38:41


On this episode of Students of Mind our focus is grief.  Jayde is joined by Katie Dalmas, a youth worker, advocate, grieving loved one and founder of Beyond the Clouds, a service that aims to support the terminally ill and their loved ones. Katie shares her personal story of loss and grief, the gaps in support for people experiencing a loss she's discovered, and more! Get online counseling with Better Help: www.betterhelp.com/studentsofmindChildren's Grief Awareness Day ResourcesSupporting Someone Who's Grieving Caregiver ResourcesLarge List of Grief ResourcesConnect with Our GuestsFollow Katie and Beyond the Clouds:beyondthecloudsonline.comIG -@beyondthecloudsonlineBeyond the Clouds Podcast Connect with Students of Mindwww.studentsofmind.comIG: @studentsofmindFB: www.facebook.com/StudentsofMindPodcast/Host IG: @jaydembarberJohn Tyler (music): @johntylersounds

Dying of Laughter
Losing Your Brother to Covid-19 with Actor & Creative Director Tremeika Small

Dying of Laughter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 56:03


Tremeika Small is a Brooklyn based writer, actress, and creative director. Her passions are inspiring women and advocating mental health awareness. A storyteller in her own right, her main goal is to make people feel. Because when you feel, you heal. And when you heal, you change the world. Tremeika was featured in BuzzFeed's Losing a Loved One to Covid-19 in 2020, produced by Chelsea London Lloyd & Hallie Steiner. Today Tremeika discusses the loss of her brother to Covid-19 when she was 27 as well as losing her mother when she was 4. TW // death, murder, rape. BuzzFeed's Losing a Loved One To Covid-19 Featuring Tremeika Small Say hi! @dyingoflaughter_podcast / DyingOfLaughterPodcast@gmail.com Do you like this show? Leaving a review on Apple Podcasts is extremely appreciated...I read & cherish every single one! @_ChelsWhoElse_ | www.ChelsWhoElse.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Real Talk with Rachael Podcast
#134: Breaking Down Barriers in Marriage with Dr. Juli Slattery

Real Talk with Rachael Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 42:17


This week on Real Talk with Rachael I'm talking with Dr. Juli Slattery. Juli is a clinical psychologist, author, speaker, and broadcast media professional with over twenty-five years of experience counseling, and teaching women. She's the president and co-founder of Authentic Intimacy, a unique ministry devoted to teaching God's design for intimacy and sexuality. In 2020, Juli launched SexualDiscipleship.com, a platform designed to help Christian leaders navigate sexual issues and questions with gospel-centered truth. She hosts a weekly podcast, Java with Juli, where she answers tough questions about relationships, marriage, and spiritual, emotional, and sexual intimacy. Key Points from Our Conversation: Women don't understand how to use their power. Understanding healthy marriage means understanding how to use our power constructively and how we often use it destructively. A wife's biggest challenge is wanting to husband to lead, but wanting him to lead the way she wants him to lead. When we direct his actions, we're not helping develop leadership in him. "Men grow when they're encouraged, given a vision of who they'll become, and when they don't fear failure." You can help empower your husband by establishing you've got his back through failure. Use teamwork language - "we" instead of "I". Most of the time almost every decision is less important than how you make the decision. Be more concerned about your marriage than getting everything right. A wife's power comes from what the other person needs. God designed it that way. Men have 3 basic needs - to feel like their wife believes in them despite their weaknesses, their wife's help (insight, accountability, etc.), and sexual intimacy. We often misuse our power out of fear or anger. Instead of encouraging our husbands to be who they are, we want to determine how things are done. It's controlling and manipulative and makes him make decisions based on fear of our response. God designed sex to be powerful and intimate. It exposes us. It taps into shame and self-worth. It's a spiritual battleground. That's why it's worth fighting for. Get God's perspective of sex. Pray together about your sex life and consider going to counseling. “Anything close to the heart of God is constantly under attack from the enemy.” Common sexual barriers include differences in desire, physical issues, or infertility. Get help for physical issues. Look for someone who has expertise in sexual functioning like a pelvic floor specialist or Christian sex therapist. Healthy conflict within marriage is good. It's how individuals navigate their differences. Fighting is "you against me" and "you have to see it my way." It happens when we are triggered and we go in self-protection mode instead of determining how to get on the same page. Let's Get Real Practical: It's no secret that the enemy hates marriage. This week I'm challenging you to fight for your marriage. Ask God these 2 questions - What area of my marriage is the enemy attacking? How can I partner with you to fight for my marriage? Episode Sponsor: How to Communicate Effectively with Your Spouse or Loved Ones – a one-page document with 6 easy steps to communicate your thoughts and feelings you can use in any tough conversation. Connect with Juli: website | Instagram | Facebook | podcast Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook

The Innovative Mindset
How This Compassionate Practice Will Help You and Your Loved Ones Shine

The Innovative Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 14:52


How This Compassionate Practice Will Help You and Your Loved Ones Shine This episode is brought to you by Brain.fm. I love and use brain.fm every day! It combines music and neuroscience to help me focus, meditate, and even sleep! Because you listen to this show, you can get a free trial.* URL: https://brain.fm/innovativemindset If you love it as much as I do, you can get 20% off with this exclusive coupon code: innovativemindset It's also brought to you by Gloria Chou's PR Starter Pack. If you want to get featured in the media, this is your best first step. I've used these techniques to get featured in magazines, newspapers, and podcasts. They work! https://izoldat.krtra.com/t/so6Aw0yCuva4 Books I mention Speak From Within** * I am a Brain.fm affiliate. If you purchase it through the above links and take the 20% off, I'll get a small commission. I'm also a PR Starter Pack Affiliate. I use Gloria's methods to get featured in the media often. And please remember, I'll never recommend a product or service I don't absolutely love! ** I'm also an Amazon affiliate so if you purchase a book or other product through the links on this page, I might get a small commission.  

She Connects
When Your Loved One Doesn‘t Share Your Faith

She Connects

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 1:00


I have a special guest with us this week! Most people know him behind the scenes of She Rises, making all the things sound good, but he is pulling double duty as sound mixer and guest this week!   My husband, Tim, joins us this week, and together we share candidly about our early years of marriage, specifically about the years he didn't share my faith. It's such a great conversation, and it is our deepest hope and prayer that as we open up our lives just a little in this area, someone will be encouraged in their journey.   Don't give up on that loved one! Your prayers matter and God is at work!   You can learn more about Susan and her ministry, She Rises, at https://www.sherisesmn.org/. You can also find her on Facebook and Instagram at Susan Vandenheuvel.

The Sunshine Economy
Costs and considerations for home health care of aging loved ones in Florida

The Sunshine Economy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 48:59


The demand for home health care has increased even while the supply of workers has been squeezed thanks to how most of the care is paid for.

Where did you see God?
Healing: Loss of a loved one

Where did you see God?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 53:28


In episode 80, we explore how healing can be found in the midst of something as permanent as death. For all her life, Genesis' father was her best friend, so when he suddenly became paralyzed, she was crushed. She and her mother prayed intensely for healing, and when he passed sooner than expected, she was at a loss for what to think about God. Yet in the midst, she didn't lose Him. How have you experienced God's presence when you've lost a loved one? You can connect with Genesis Amaris Kemp and find her book and resources at: Check out the 2nd Edition of her book "Chocolate Drop in Corporate America: From The Pit to The Palace" You can connect her me on IG & FB @GenesisAmarisKemp https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa6LolDbQt37eSsotGUtSyA ~ Check out our website: www.WhereDidYouSeeGod.com ~ Want a free resource? Check out "A Journey through Revelation (for the person that doesn't want to read Revelation)": https://www.wheredidyouseegod.com/a-journey-through-revelation ~ We now have apparel for you to wear as an amazing conversation-starter! https://www.bonfire.com/store/where-did-you-see-god/ ~ Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ ~ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey." ~ If you appreciate what God is doing through this podcast, you can help keep it going through financial support. Gifts can be processed at https://worldoutreach.org/707 ~ Learn more about how God's calling us: Pray: tinyurl.com/GrangerPray Follow: tinyurl.com/GrangerList Give: worldoutreach.org/707 ~ #healing #dialogue #Godstillspeaks #WDYSG #conversation #rejection #divorce #coaching #neverleaveyou #trust #PodMatch --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wheredidyouseegod/support

The Skinny with Mike and Adam
Songs That Invoke Happy/Sad Memories

The Skinny with Mike and Adam

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 118:43


This week's episode was suggested to us by one of our friends over on our Discord channel, where you too are more than welcome to come on over and hang out with us and our small community in between episodes and discuss the music we love and thought-provoking topics such as this one! Music has an immense power over us that can bring us back in time to points in our lives that foster some intense memories. So, for this episode, we were challenged to share some songs that are tied to extremely happy memories as well as extremely sad ones as well. This one gets a little emotional in the latter half, so just a head's up. Once again, your continued support for our show means a lot to us and we're both extremely grateful that you chose to spend some of your time this week with us! We hope you'll stay subscribed and tell your friends about us as we wind down our show for the year in preparation for our end of the year celebration in December! Also discussed on this episode, we share our thoughts on albums from artists like Brian Fallon, Bullet For My Valentine, Like Moths To Flame, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Silent Planet, Gold Necklace, The Loved Ones, Lucero, and Wolf Parade. #Thrice #LIGHTS #AndyGrammer #TakingBackSunday #SensesFail #DustinKensrue #GunsNRoses #EddieVedder #RedHotChiliPeppers #PanicAtTheDisco #IndigoGirls Find us on social media: https://discord.gg/2jv87Wypvw https://www.twitter.com/TheSkinnyPod https://www.instagram.com/mikewearsprada mail to:theskinnywithmikeandadam@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theskinnywithmikeandadam/support

Every Damn Thing
68. Dogs, Cats, Capybaras (w/ Dave Walsh)

Every Damn Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 38:55


Phil and Jake are joined by EDT second-timer Dave Walsh (from Space Cadet, The Loved Ones & The Explosion) to rank dogs, cats and capybaras on the List of Every Damn Thing.Get Space Cadet's record “Lion On A Leash” on Wiretap Records, listen to them on Spotify, and follow them on Instagram (@space_cadet_band). And go to one of their upcoming shows!If you have something to add to the list, email it to list@everydamnthing.net (or get at us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook).SHOW NOTES: We mention Dave's previous band The Explosion, which he was in with friends-and-guests-of-the-pod and guests Matt Hock and Andrew Black. But we somehow fail to mention The Loved Ones, which he was in with other friend-and-guest-of-the-pod (and other Dave) Dave Hause. We couldn't find an image of Jake's monkey-on-a-skateboard The Explosion t-shirt, but you should check out the other incredible artwork of Linas Garsys. Phil has a bestiary, which is a book about all animals, translated from Latin by T.H. White (who wrote The Sword in the Stone and a lot of other things). You can read the bestiary here. If you like dogs, Dave recommends the TV show Lucky Dog. Poochie from The Simpsons is a dog who rocks the telly. He's half Joe Camel and the third Fonzerelli. He's a kung-fu hippie from the Gangster City. He's a rapping surfer. You're the fool he pities. Here's the scene from Snatch that Jake refers to. Cats' eyes emit light rays. We don't know if this is because of science or because of magic. Probably both.  The CDC's FAQ on toxoplasmosis doesn't mention attraction to cats as a symptom, but it doesn't refute it either. Jake suspects the Batman Returns version of Selena Kyle aka Catwoman has toxoplasmosis. We talk about the 1980s cartoon Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats, which Phil only ever saw the second segment of growing up, because of the scheduling. The first segment was about Heathcliff doing the kind of things he does in the newspaper comic strip. The second segment was about a group of cats who lived in a junkyard, led by Riff Raff, an orange cat who wears a big white hat. In South America, guinea pigs are frequently eaten, and are called cuy, probably named after the sound they make. Phil mentions seeing them in the frozen food section at Trade Fair supermarket in Astoria Queens, NY. There was an escaped capybara in California, and friend-of-the-pod Victor made twitter for it. ALSO DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:Boston Terriers * dog training * Boxer dogs * cops * Cher * burritos * Pee-Wee Herman * Donald Duck * cat scratch fever * dog dicks * Maus by Art Spiegelman * EMTs * rats * goats * E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial * CharmanderBelow are the Top Ten and Bottom Top items on List of Every Damn Thing as of this episode (for the complete up-to-date list, go here).TOP TEN: Dolly Parton - person interspecies animal friends - idea sex - idea Clement Street in San Francisco - location Prince - person It's-It - food Cher - person dogs - animal cats - animal Pee-Wee Herman - fictional character BOTTOM TEN:207. Jenny McCarthy - person208. Jon Voight - person209. Hank Williams, Jr - person210. British Royal Family - institution211. Steven Seagal - person212. McRib - food213. war - idea214. cigarettes - drug215. QAnon - idea216. transphobia - ideaTheme song by Jade Puget. Graphic design by Jason Mann. This episode was produced & edited by Jake MacLachlan, with audio help from Luke Janela. Show notes by Jake MacLachlan & Phil Green.Our website is everydamnthing.net and we're also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.Email us at list@everydamnthing.net. 

Red, Blue, and Brady
158: There Is No Such Thing As Grieving Wrong After Losing a Loved One to Gun Violence

Red, Blue, and Brady

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 32:51


100 people a day die from gun violence in the US. They leave behind hundreds of family, friends, and community members, who then have to try to answer terrible questions like: "how do I go on without my loved one?"; "what is life going to be like now?"; and "how do I support the folks in my life who are hurting?". To discuss how the answers to these questions can be very different, how to manage grief and mourning, and how every loss is different,  hosts Kelly and JJ are joined by  J. Nicole Jones, the Grief Bully. J. Nicole, an author, podcast host, and grief expert, has spent years making sure others grievers know that they are not alone in their experiences. Mentioned in this podcast:How to Provide Emotional Support for Survivors and People Impacted By Gun Violence (Brady)What happens when being strong is all you have left? (Youtube)The Grief Bully: A Guided Journal (Grief Bully) Examining Grief In The Workplace With J. Nicole Jones (Toxic Leadership Podcast) Grieve and Grow (Clubhouse) This episode is dedicated to the memory of Mark Glaze. For more information on Brady, follow us on social media @Bradybuzz or visit our website at bradyunited.org.Full transcripts and bibliographies of this episode are available at bradyunited.org/podcast.National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.Music provided by: David “Drumcrazie” CurbySpecial thanks to Hogan Lovells for their long-standing legal support℗&©2019 Red, Blue, and BradySupport the show (https://www.bradyunited.org/donate)

TrailBlazers Impact
Ep. 208 - How To Overcome Grief and Heal After the Loss of a Loved One | Leslie Streeter

TrailBlazers Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 30:23


Leslie Gray Streeter is the author of Black Widow, a story about coping with loss but with a celebration of faith, love, and the people who show up when we need them most. Leslie's entire story hinges on having a great attitude - as a widow, her perseverance and ability to look at the positives, even with humor, were key to her survival. Her memoir takes you on her journey, through the initial shock of the loss of her husband, to finalizing the adoption of their son, to moving in with her mother, her new co-parent. Leslie has spoken extensively about how a good attitude is crucial to navigating our collective grief surrounding the Covid-19 epidemic and beyond. In this episode, Leslie shares how her “perfect” life completely fell apart after the sudden death of her beloved husband six years ago and how she picked up the pieces. Listen in to learn how Leslie mourned, grieved, healed, and moved on to live fully while still respecting the memory of her husband. You will also learn how you can use hard moments like losing a loved one to shift your mindset and live fully. Key Takeaways: Get help and take it easy on yourself to grieve and heal after losing a loved one to death Learn to stay in the moment and in your feelings without rushing anything Learning how to say no as a complete sentence and asking for what you're worth

PBS NewsHour - World
Bataclan attack survivors and victims' loved ones on resulting hate, compassion

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 8:45


Saturday will be six years since gunmen of the Islamic State attacked several venues in Paris, France, and killed 130 people, 90 of whom were murdered at the Bataclan music hall. The trial of the perpetrators is underway in the city and up to 1800 people are due to give evidence over the course of the next few months. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from Paris. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Bataclan attack survivors and victims' loved ones on resulting hate, compassion

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 8:45


Saturday will be six years since gunmen of the Islamic State attacked several venues in Paris, France, and killed 130 people, 90 of whom were murdered at the Bataclan music hall. The trial of the perpetrators is underway in the city and up to 1800 people are due to give evidence over the course of the next few months. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from Paris. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The Teacher Career Coach Podcast
51 - Zia Hassan: Getting Your Loved Ones on Board

The Teacher Career Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 57:06


In this episode, I interview Zia Hassan. Zia's an educator, life coach, tech consultant, and systems enthusiast. In our conversation, we focus on how to handle difficult conversations about finances and career changes.  Read the transcript!Resources mentioned in this episode: Get Zia's Same Page PDF! Same Page TemplateCheck out Daphne's book recommendation Eight Dates by John GottmanTAKE THE FREE QUIZ: What career outside of the classroom are you qualified for? Join our community:Connect with Daphne on Instagram @teachercareercoachSUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW:Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast so you don't miss an episode! If you would be kind enough to support The Teacher Career Coach Podcast, leaving a rating and review would be very appreciated. By leaving a review, you are helping other teachers looking for support to find this community as well. Click here to leave a review. Would you make a great guest for The Teacher Career Coach Podcast? Let us know! If you're a former teacher, click here! If you're a burnout specialist, career coach, or other specialist that would be a good fit for this audience, click here! 

Stoic Meditations
944. Write about your loved ones

Stoic Meditations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 2:25


Prolong the remembrance of your brother by inserting some memoir of him among your other writings: for that is the only sort of monument that can be erected by man which no storm can injure, no time destroy.

Deeply Rooted a Podcast by Planting Roots
Aging Loved Ones Part Two- Spiritually Speaking

Deeply Rooted a Podcast by Planting Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 33:51


Kristin Goodrich is back with part two of Aging Loved Ones.  This episode  she chats with Jolynn Lee and April Dingle about their roles as care givers for their parents and grandparents.  They share about how their roles came about, the challenges and the sweet spots where they see Jesus in the day to day.   If you missed part one don't forget to check it out. 

Like Mother, Like Daughter
When It's Too Much Fixing and Not Enough Helping: Effective Strategies to Support Our Loved Ones

Like Mother, Like Daughter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 47:31


We are back with another great episode! We began by sharing our "lights" of the week, including a moment for Jamee and Lauryn that led into the topic for this week's episode. After a disappointment they experienced followed by an epic therapy session, we talked all about the importance of being good listeners. We discussed when we need to help or when we just need to listen when others are coming to us with their own struggles. We also shared tips for boundary setting, active listening strategies, and examples of these experiences in action. Whether you are trying to help mothers or daughters like us or just being a supportive friend, we hope that this episode was valuable in being able to help. Finally, we discussed what we're into, including two book recommendations(!!), and signed off for the week.  Follow us on Instagram @likemotherlikedaughterpod and like us on Facebook! The Great Alone Love and Other Words

Prayer 2021
Prayer 2021 - November 9 - Praying for Unsaved Loved Ones pt 2

Prayer 2021

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 6:56


Scripture For Today: 1 Timothy 4:5“Because it is consecrated by the Word of God and Prayer…”Praying for Unsaved Loved Ones pt 2Yesterday, we started to discuss the topic of praying for our loved ones. I shared that, especially if the loved ones are under your care, kids, grandkids or parents, etc., YOU have spiritual authority to actually claim their salvation. That does not mean YOU make the decision for salvation FOR them. It means you can take authority in the spirit and fend off evil influences and loose angelic forces to continuously bring other believers across the path of your loved ones and witness to them.  This does not apply to children too young to know what a decision of salvation means. Of course, they are covered by the blood to the age of majority, which simply means they understand what salvation is all about and are capable of making or rejecting Christ. If they appear to reject Christ's offer of salvation, this is where YOUR spiritual authority can take over. You must start to confess their salvation and then hold onto your confession. Despite what your loved one says, does or implies – YOU cannot let of your prayer and confession for them. The devil will come at you, for sure, claiming “your prayer wasn't answered” and all of that. He will replay all the bad stuff they are doing. Like I said, you need to pray Matthew 9:38 over them and ask the Holy Spirit to direct laborers across their paths. I know when I was praying like this for my family, according to God's Word, which we already study IS HIS WORD, I would pray in BOLDNESS and confidence before God. When the devil would come at me that they might not EVER be saved – I would simply laugh – out loud and remind the devil that HE is a liar and the father of lies…which means if he says they are not saved then that is a lie. So the opposite MUST BE TRUE – They ARE Saved, in the name of Jesus!  Then I would start praising God for answering my prayer of salvation for them and allowing the devil to come and confirm it by trying to tell me a lie that they were not saved – because there is no truth in anything the devil has to say! Praise God! Somebody just got a revelation right there! Amen! That goes back to what we were studying in 1 John 5:14-15… “and this is the confidence that we have in HIM, that if we ask anything according to His will, he hears us… and if we KNOW He has heard us, whatsoever we ask, we KNOW that WE HAVE the petition we have desired of Him.” Then add in the TRUTH of God's Word concerning salvation, which we all know John 3:16, “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”  And add in 2 Peter 3:9 that “The Lord is not willing that ANY should perish, but that ALL should come to everlasting life.”  So we can rest in the TRUTH of God's Word, including the TRUTH that “the devil is a liar and the father thereof and there is NO truth in him.”   So, if the devil tells you one thing – the opposite is true. And if God's Word says something – it is ABSOLUTELY TRUE.  Did you get anything out of this today? Don't negate your prayers just because the devil tries to tell you they did not work!  In fact, the opposite is true – they DID work, you just have not seen the results in the natural yet. But, since you now know your prayers have been answered – START PRAISING GOD! And drive the devil nuts!  Amen! Let's Pray! Please subscribe to this podcast, leave us a quick 5 star review on Apple Podcasts to help us grow and be sure to visit our website for more information on our ministry: https://podcastersforchrist.com/ (https://podcastersforchrist.com). And while you are at the website, download the free resource I have for you… it is free and is called, “How to Start a Christian Podcast.” It will bless you – go and download it today. You can also...

Pro Football Doc Podcast
Week 10: Mac Jones, Tua Tagovailoa, and Jordan Love's Loved Ones

Pro Football Doc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 36:45


After the Week 9 slate of games, David Chao and Thomas Casale run down the big injury news and how it will affect teams moving forward into Week 10. Mac Jones ankle controversy, Tua Tagovailoa's finger, and Jordan Love's loved ones in Kansas City! Timestamps for your convenience: 00:19 - Russell Wilson 2:18 - Aaron Rodgers4:48 - Tua Tagovailoa 6:32 - SIC Score Explanation 8:42 - Matthew Stafford & Trevor Lawrence 10:16 - Arizona Cardinals Injuries 12:53 - Ezekiel Elliott 14:07 - Patriots Runningbacks 15:20 - Dak Prescott & Patrick Mahomes 17:25 - Josh Allen 21:57 - David Montgomery 26:07 - Von Miller 28:24 - Mac Jones Ankle Controversy 31:16 - Jordan Love's Loved OnesSUBSCRIBE to ProFootballDoc on YouTube for new videos: https://www.youtube.com/ProFootballDoc SUBSCRIBE for FREE to ProFootballDoc: http://www.profootballdoc.com Follow ProFootballDoc on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProFootballDoc Follow ProFootballDoc on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/profootball... Like ProFootballDoc on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Profootballdoc

Prayer 2021
Prayer 2021 - November 8 - Praying for Unsaved Loved Ones pt 1

Prayer 2021

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 9:23


Scripture For Today:Psalm 88:2“May my prayer come before you; turn your ear to my cry.”Praying for Unsaved Loved Ones pt 1We have been studying about praying according to God's Will. The past couple of days, we focused on not negating our prayers by negative thinking, negative speaking and negative actions.  I also hinted around that you can do the same thing when you pray for your loved ones and friends. I gave the example of my wife praying for me every single day for FOUR YEARS before I accepted the Lord into my life.  That is FAITH! Amen! But, once I learned even more about the authority that we have in Christ, I gained the confidence to pray for my loved ones, my family, my kids, grandkids, etc. as if I was praying for myself or my wife. We HAVE that same authority. Amen! And, once I prayed for them to come to the Lord – that sealed the deal in my mind and in my spirit. I don't have to beg God to save them anymore. I have HIS WORD on the matter. And HIS WORD is His Will (we  have been studying that, amen)!  And since He cannot lie and His Word is TRUE – I don't have to keep ASKING for Him to save my family – it's already a done deal! Praise God!  Somebody just got that! Amen! You see, my family, living in my house are under my authority!  Praise God! I went to battle many times with the devil over my kids. And bless God, WE WON many times, too. We have never lost! It may have appeared we were losing, but our confessions never changed and, long story short – WE WON EVERY TIME! The battle may not have appeared to go the way we wanted – but God still brought about the victory and the answer to our prayers. Amen! As far as my other relatives and friends, you may not have the authority to pray over the influences they are allowing into their lives. BUT – you can pray the Lord will send His laborers to cross their paths and witness for them. Amen!   And there is not any devil in hell that can stop that from happening. Praise God! Now, let me say this, you DO have some authority for family members that do not live with you. Although they do not live under your IMMEDIATE authority, you can still rebuke Satan and command he take his hands off of your family members. You can also CLAIM their salvation in the Name of Jesus. Between binding the devil and loosing angels to bring witnesses across family and friends paths, you ARE changing the dynamics of their day to day lives and you are bringing about that change by the Word of God. Amen! These things are written for us to use and to believe and to stand on – in the Name of Jesus. This is not “wishful thinking.” This is Spiritual COMBAT at the highest level. And since Jesus has already won the war – He has given us the authority to USE HIS NAME here on earth. And we can use that authority effectively – if YOU will only believe. Amen! I know I'm over time so I have to wrap this up for today. But we will take it up right here again tomorrow.  Let's Pray! Please subscribe to this podcast, leave us a quick 5 star review on Apple Podcasts to help us grow and be sure to visit our website for more information on our ministry: https://podcastersforchrist.com/ (https://podcastersforchrist.com). And while you are at the website, download the free resource I have for you… it is free and is called, “How to Start a Christian Podcast.” It will bless you – go and download it today. You can also WATCH these session on our Facebook Playlist at this link: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtKWeKtmv-BwgkquBTsSh-GznbmuUp_R2 (https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtKWeKtmv-BwgkquBTsSh-GznbmuUp_R2)

The Vibrant Christian Living Podcast with Alicia Michelle
How to Mentally Prepare for the Holiday Season Without a Loved One with Nancy Hicks

The Vibrant Christian Living Podcast with Alicia Michelle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 53:42


How can we mentally prepare for the holiday season without a loved one and manage grief at the holidays? Managing loss at Christmas and Thanksgiving can be extremely difficult since these seasons are traditionally a time of family celebration and fun. In today's podcast episode we will be speaking about grief as related to the loss of a loved one, but grief can show up in many ways such as grieving marriage problems or a divorce; being without a loved one due to military deployment; or moving to a new town away from family and friends. Our guest today is Nancy Hicks, and Nancy lost her 28-year-old son to colon cancer a few months ago. This honest conversation about managing grief at the holidays is a powerful one and includes how we can manage our thoughts through grief, when to pause celebrating in order to honor the grief we're experiencing, and how to honor the memory of the person we've lost. P.S. If you are grieving, I would be honored to pray for you. Please reach out to me and send me a direct message on Instagram: @vibrantchristianliving WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:[2:27] About Nancy Hicks[4:52] Nancy's grief journey[8:59] Living faith fully through the lens of deep grief[17:10] How Nancy is preparing for a holiday season without a loved one[22:56] Boundaries during a holiday without a loved one[29:06] Unanswered prayers behind grief[36:47] Supporting someone who is walking through grief during the holiday season[44:17] Nancy's encouragement as she and her family step into this first holiday season without her son[47:46] Ending with a prayerCONNECT WITH NANCY:WebsiteInstagramFacebookNEXT STEP RESOURCES: This episode mentions the I Am Loved Bible Study, and I highly recommend this as a next step.This Bible study is a powerful four-week course packed with video teachings on the topic of love. We talk about the number one question that women ask about God's love: “I know God says He loves me, but why don't I feel it in my heart?”  The Bible study is a wonderful tool to help you to explore what's keeping you from believing in God's love for you.  The “I Am Loved” Study uses the Spiritual Growth Rhythm™--my personal Bible study method to understand and apply a verse, recognize God at work, and release any fear or worry you may have.Join me for this fresh encounter with God's love… and let God's love transform you from the inside out.Go HERE to sign up for the I Am Loved Bible Study.

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
267: How to Talk to Loved Ones Who Criticize Your Sexual Orientation

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 70:10


Hi everyone! This podcast offers specific help to LGBTQ individuals who are under attack from loved ones who might judge them and criticize their sexual orientation or gender identity. Plus, we all get slammed at times by people who judge us for all sorts of reasons, which can be immensely painful, so most of today's discussion will apply to people more broadly. I recently received a great email from Heather Donnenwirth, a therapist in Ohio who works with LGBTQ individuals. She mentioned that some of her patients struggle with how to respond to critical or judgmental statements from loved ones, including parents, and provided several examples: "Being Gay is wrong/a sin" "If someone doesn't know if they are a man or woman, then something is messed up in their head." "We are worried that you are going to go to Hell for your lifestyle." "We don't want your partner at our house, and we don't want to see any displays of affection." Heather wanted to know how one might use the Five Secrets of Effective Communication to respond to these kinds of criticisms. I invited her to join us in the podcast, and she wrote: I was excited about this topic. Thanks so much for including me. David's work has improved my life in so many ways and Rhonda's Wednesday TEAM training group has been a wonderful way to practice my TEAM skills and improve the kind of care I can offer patients. I appreciate and admire you both so much!! Also, I can't wait to meet Kyle!! I also invited the brilliant and wonderful Kyle Jones to join us. Kyle is a TEAM therapist who joined my training group in 2016 before ever seeing a patient! He is completing his PhD in clinical psychology at Palo Alto University and his dissertation research focuses on psychologists who provide mental health treatment to LGBTQ people. Kyle joined us in 2018 for a FB Live TV program on dating and flirting strategies (https://feelinggood.com/2018/06/17/dating-strategies-today-on-fb-live-sunday-june-17-2018-at-3-pm-pst/) and in 2019 for Podcast 151 on treating LBBTQ individuals with TEAM (https://feelinggood.com/2019/07/29/151-working-with-lgbtq-patients-whats-the-team-cbt-approach/). During today's podcast, we used the excellent statements that Heather provided in role-playing exercises with the Five Secrets of Effective Communication. We used the Intimacy Drill that I developed, which is by far the best way to master the Five Secrets. We also discussed the issue of the inner dialogue that always accompanies the outer dialogue with the person you're in conflict with. If you get anxious, depressed, and angry when criticized, it will be much more difficult to use the Five Secrets skillfully, because you may feel defensive and resentful and inadequate. So some work with the Daily Mood Log may also be invaluable before trying to use the Five Secrets. Finally, we discussed the question of “Outcome Resistance.” This means asking yourself if you WANT to develop a more loving relationship with a loved one who is being highly critical of you because of your sexual orientation, or for any other reason. We decided it is perfectly acceptable to decide NOT to try to develop a more loving relationship, if that feels better to you. It may even be in your best interest or help keep you safe from harm if you're an LGBTQ person facing discrimination and persecution because of your sexual orientation or gender identity. I explained my own anger toward my father who was a successful Lutheran minister. However, when he retired from his ministry at the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Phoenix, Arizona, he began working with gay individuals at the Arizona State University, trying to convert them to a heterosexual orientation. This was profoundly disturbing to me, I felt a great deal of shame and anger, and it ultimately led to a sad rupture of our relationship. Rhonda, Heather, Kyle and David

Retro Movie Roundtable
RMR 0132 The Loved Ones (2009)

Retro Movie Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 81:59


Join your hosts Chad Robinson, Bryan Frye, and Dustin Melbardis for the Retro Movie Roundtable as they revisit The Loved Ones (2009) [R] Genre: Horror, Suspense, Thriller Starring: Xavier Samuel, Robin McLeavy, John Brumpton, Richard Wilson, Victoria Thaine, Jessica McNamee, Andrew S. Gilbert, Suzi Dougherty, Victoria Eagger, Anne Scott-Pendlebury, Fred Whitlock Director: Sean Byrne Recoded on 2021-10-18

Life Examined
Vaccination status: How to have hard conversations with loved ones

Life Examined

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 51:56


This holiday season, as we finally enjoy the ability to gather in person, the question on many people's minds is how to respond when a family member says they're not vaccinated. Do we exclude our friends when they refuse to trust vaccines? How hard is it to change someone's point of view? And what role does courage play when it comes to stepping up and doing the right thing?  Host Jonathan Bastian talks with psychologist and author Tania Israel about opening a dialogue with unvaccinated friends and family members. We also hear from Ryan Holiday, stoic philosopher and author of “Courage is Calling: Fortune Favors the Brave,” who explains that courage isn't just bravery, but the ability to care about others more than we do ourselves.

Love Shack Live
How To Preserve Your Sanity While Caring For Elderly Loved Ones

Love Shack Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 56:05


Is it possible to care for elderly loved ones while maintaining our marriages and taking care of our families? And do them all well? Can there be a way to make it an enjoyable, rich, and rewarding experience more of the time? And if so, how do we make it all work? And why would we want to? What's the payoff? Do we only do it because we feel obligated? Or is there more to consider here? Join us this week as our guest Josephine Tite, a Well-being consultant, and expert on managing the care of others shares with us her playbook of experiences and super-tips to make it all work. Together inside the Love Shack this week we are going to talk about the pros and cons of caring for others, as well as provide you with some inspiration and resources to help us all turn overwhelming responsibilities of caring for others into a joyful “get to,” instead of a difficult “have to” that brings us down. This is an important, often taboo subject, and also one that can change your experience of life forever! In this episode, we're covering several key topics about how to preserve your sanity while caring for elderly loved ones, including: How can we reduce Caregiver Burnout? How does positive psychology make a difference in care settings? How can we change our mindset when it comes to caring for our elderly relatives? Important Links: Learn more about Josephine and her mission here: https://www.positivitycentre.com/case-studies/ Want to learn how to stop a fight in 20-seconds or less? Get the cheat sheet here. https://stacibartley.com/stopfight Miss our past episodes? Check them all out here: https://stacibartley.com/podcast Relationship Check-up - tired of re-hashing your issues with your partner without making progress? Schedule your check-up today! https://stacibartley.com/checkup/

Life, Death and the Space Between
Where Do Our Loved Ones Go When They Die? with Mariel Forde Clarke

Life, Death and the Space Between

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 38:57


WHERE DO OUR LOVED ONES GO WHEN THEY DIE? with Mariel Forde Clarke    “We all have the journey… It's already written into our sacred contract long before we come upon Mother Earth. And it is a lovely journey, but it can be so challenging and painful as well.  The most painful experiences are the ones that our souls have called forth for learning and for mastery.” -- Mariel Forde Clarke “We all get messages from our loved ones, if we're open to it.” -- Mariel Forde Clarke “The heavens and the earth meet during our dream and sleep state.” -- Mariel Forde Clarke       Episode Summary:   We all miss the loved ones we've lost. Where are they? What did they experience when they crossed over? Where are they now?   In this episode, we talk with Irish teacher and counselor Mariel Forde Clarke who had not one, not two, but THREE near death experiences (NDEs)! Wow!   Listen in to understand how Mariel Forde Clarke has experienced life on the other side, and how she now communicates with spirit guides, and uses her gifts to help people heal and grow.     We Discuss: Her THREE near death experiences!   1) falling off a roof as a child when her life flashed before her eyes, 2) near drowning while being trapped under a diving board, where she felt a man's hands bringing her to the surface, although there was no one there, and 3) the most vivid of the three for Mariel – while hemorrhaging during surgery, hovering over her body and being catapulted into a place of heavenly music, rainbow color of light, a feeling of blissful euphoric peace without pain or worry, a feeling of undiluted love. The silver cord that connects our body to our soul, much like the umbilical cord connecting a baby to their mother. Except the silver cord remains in place during our lives, and keeps us connected to our higher selves and the spirit world. Even during near death experiences, the cord remains in place. The silver cord only snaps upon final death, that is when the soul is ready to leave earth. Soul fragmentation, often where one experiences repeated traumas (things like sexual or verbal abuse, alcohol abuse), or perhaps even multiple surgeries. Mariel's treatment involves soul integration, when she perceives it as the right course, which can take many sessions over many hours. If soul integration or soul retrieval is not right for this person, she refers to a professional counselor, psychologist or psychiatrist. Fear during death and dying. How Mariel works with the dying, always with the permission of the soul. She finds those with a belief in the afterlife experience much less fear around their own death. How one's experience of the afterlife is related to their belief system during life. Those with a belief system where they believe in a God or Allah or Buddha or Krishna leave this Earth plane much freer without struggle, without fighting. Those that don't have beliefs are the ones paralyzed, so afraid of crossing over. Different levels or spheres in the afterlife, contrasted with just the two traditional realms of heaven and hell, as is taught in many religions. The lowest levels are devoid of God's light, like the flicker of a candle, and there is much learning to do, available through spirit guides and counselors, spiritual midwives. Why do so many people dismiss the possibility of any type of life after death? No theologian, no scientist, no doctor, no physicist in the world has ever stepped forward and said, categorically, there is no proof for afterlife. On the other hand, hundreds and thousands of doctors and scientists and physicists have endorsed the phenomena. Back to Plato and Aristotle, to philosopher Descartes (1600s), to scientist and mathematician Swedenborg (1700s) - they all support the afterlife, because they had so much evidential proof themselves. Einstein said there was a greater energy in the Universe, far greater than man, a supreme intelligence.     FOLLOW MARIEL FORDE CLARKE   You can learn more about “Where do our Loved Ones Go After They Die?” and purchase your copy at Amazon, Barnes and Nobel, or anywhere books are sold.   Contact and follow Mariel Forde Clarke on:   Website       SUPPORT LIFE, DEATH AND THE SPACE BETWEEN:   If you're enjoying the podcast and finding value in guest interviews, ghost stories, and the content I share, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patreon member for as little as $5 a month at Patreon.com/DrAmyRobbins   As a member you'll get more say in the content we cover and exclusive access to behind-the-scenes goodness!   Stay Connected with Dr. Amy Robbins:   Instagram YouTube Fireside Website Facebook      

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio
Halifax filmmaker and artist Kayla Flinn documents a lot, but keeps some of her images just for herself and loved ones

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 10:20


This is the third episode of What We Carry With Us. It touches on the topics of suicide and self-harm. If you need help, there are services you can call: The Canada Suicide Prevention Service line is 1-833-456-4566. Also, you can reach Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868.

Deeply Rooted a Podcast by Planting Roots
Aging Loved Ones Part One- Practically Speaking

Deeply Rooted a Podcast by Planting Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 45:53


This episode of the Deeply Rooted is part one of a two part series on aging parents. Kristin Goodrich and Rachelle Whitfield chat about the practical challenges of supporting aging parents. Within our Planting Roots Framily (friends who become family) we have several staff at different phases in the aging parent journey. It has been a blessing connecting with one another to encourage each other and share those practical things that have helped prepare our hearts to serve them with love no matter how difficult the days may be. We invite you to join us as we encourage one another and you. We would love to hear your stories and tips on how you are walking out your aging parent journey. 

CaregiverDave.com
Caring for Your Mentally Ill Loved One, Bob Krulish

CaregiverDave.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 35:00


Bob has learned to live well with Bipolar (Type I) Disorder and has been teaching caregivers how to support their mentally ill loved one for several years now. His secret? Education is the secret weapon against this illness. He's found that the more he knew about his illness, the better he got. So, he poured himself into dozens of books and hundreds of research papers to learn everything he could about it. For all that this illness ripped from his grasp – a 24-year marriage, an intact family, a successful career, financial security, and many friends – it has given him a potent way to help others. For this, he is deeply grateful. It is his hope that the pain he's experienced will become someone else's gain, and that his hard-fought discoveries can become others through the work that he does together. Bob holds a national certification from the Copeland Center to teach their Wellness Recovery Action Plan Course in the United States. He is a popular speaker through the National Alliance on Mental Illness's (NAMI) “In Our Own Voice Program” and is a Washington State Certified Trainer for the same. He serves on the Board of Directors for NAMI's Eastside chapter. Additionally, Bob is certified through Dr. Xavier Amador's LEAP Institute to teach their programs nationally and is the author of When Screams Become Whispers.

Here & Now
Visualizing climate change; Chicagoans mourn lost loved ones on the Day of the Dead

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 42:39


Climate change impacts really hit home when they, well, hit home. But what if you're not yet seeing it first hand? A new website can make climate change exist right on your doorstep, virtually. Sasha Luccioni, lead researcher on the project, joins us. And, Tuesday is Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. The traditional Mexican holiday has taken on a new meaning as the list of those who've died of COVID continues to grow. Here & Now's Chris Bentley reports.

Mysteriously Listed True Crime
Solved: Found By Loved Ones

Mysteriously Listed True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 19:05


In the cases we will discuss today, it was the family members or friends of the murder victims that were the ones to find their bodies. Thankfully, in these cases, the loved ones have received justice with the killers being apprehended and sentenced to length prison sentences. Unfortunately, for the people who stumbled upon the crime scene, they have a life sentence dealing with their grief and memory of the last time seeing the person they loved brutally murdered. 5 Tess Richey4 Hannah Leflar3 Ashley Ellerin2 Faith Hedgepeth 1 Tiffany FergusonWebsite coming soonFacebook /mysteriouslylistedTwitter @mysteriouslistMusic by Myuu See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Reconnect with Carmen LaBerge
Grief and Hope After Losing a Loved One | Political Wisdom from the Psalms

The Reconnect with Carmen LaBerge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 42:48


Today’s Episode Sheridan Voysey – BBC Presenter & Author of “Reflect with Sheridan” Sheridan shares with us three short devotionals he wrote that reflect lessons he learned from his father: 1) Treasured Possession – How his dad sold his treasured Rover to get to Peru and propose to his mom  2) Missed it Again  – A […] The post Grief and Hope After Losing a Loved One | Political Wisdom from the Psalms appeared first on The Reconnect with Carmen | Engaging Culture from a Christian Worldview.

In the Flow with Lauri Albert
Your loved ones in Spirit are all around you!

In the Flow with Lauri Albert

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 13:57


On this special day to acknowledge our loved ones in Spirit, we honor those that have passed and ask them to be with us. My dear friend, Pierre Bensusan, has permitted me to use his track called ‘Sentimentales Pyromaniaques' from the album 'Altiplanos'.

All Home Care Matters
The Do's and Don'ts of VIsiting a Loved One with Dementia

All Home Care Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 19:15


On today's episode, we are talking about what you should and shouldn't do while visiting a loved one with dementia. Dementia can take so many things away from us and our loved ones, but we shouldn't let it take away time. Today we will be discussing how you can ensure you have a successful visit if your loved one is in a facility, as well as what you should and shouldn't do when visiting. We will also be focusing heavily on the importance of visiting a loved one with dementia. Now let's move on to the rest of the show.   Visiting a loved one with dementia may seem scary to you and to others that have been close to your loved one. Visiting doesn't have to be scary, though. It is often a rewarding experience for both the visitor and the person with dementia. It is our hope that this episode, as well as our podcast as a whole, can help give you the tools to have a successful visit and end the stigma around dementia.   If you have been listening to our recent episodes, you will have noticed that we have been talking a lot about dementia and Alzheimer's. That is because we believe that the more educated people are on the subject, the closer our society and communities will be to becoming dementia-friendly. As the aging population increases, we are also going to be seeing an increase in dementia cases. As of the release of this episode, there is no cure for dementia. There are treatment plans, but dementia isn't something that is going to go away in the near future. Taking the steps to establish dementia-friendly spaces in our communities now can help our loved ones, and even ourselves when the time comes.   Whether you are planning on visiting a loved one in a care facility or having visitors come to you, it is best to be prepared. Preparing for a visit is the first step of having a successful visit. Learning about dementia is a good first step before visiting a loved one with dementia. Our recent series on the seven stages of Alzheimer's is an excellent place to start your learning, too. You can find all of our current and past episodes of our podcast on our website, our YouTube channel, or on any of your favorite podcast streaming platform.   If your loved one has recently moved into a care facility or is going to make the move to a care facility soon, there are a few things you can do to make their transition easier. The Family Caregiver Alliance says that during the first two weeks, visit often and stay as long as you want. If the facility has a policy of not allowing visitors for the first two weeks during the adjustment period, consider whether this is the right facility for you. In some cases, visiting may make the transition harder on someone with dementia, so make sure you talk to your doctor and the facility staff to determine what the best course of action is for your unique situation.   After you have chosen a care facility for your loved one, get to know the staff. They are the ones that are going to be caring for your loved one on a daily basis. They are also going to be the ones you will need to talk to for updates on your loved one and if any problems arise. Having a good working relationship with the staff can lessen some anxieties you may have about your loved one being surrounded by strangers.   Moving into a facility can be scary for your loved one. If they seem nervous or upset about the move, try to cheer them up by decorating their space, because this is their space. Putting up familiar decorations, pictures, blankets, and other comfort items they own can help them feel more at home in their new environment.   Family Caregiver Alliance also says that if your loved one is agitated about the move, have a story you use consistently about why he or she has to stay there “for a little while,” such as: “The house is being painted and I don't want you to smell the fumes.”   “I need to have a minor medical procedure and I can't take care of you while I am recovering.”   “I am having some termite work done on the house, or”   “The city is fixing the sewer.”   This is to help with diverting their agitation away from the situation and refocus on something else.   If you are unable to divert your loved one's attention with these fiblets, change the subject and discuss the latest ball game, the weather, politics, the grandchildren, etc.   When you first come in for a visit, introduce yourself to your loved one. For example, I would say, “Hi, Dad, it's me, Lance.” Saying your name instead of your relationship can help avoid unnecessary confusion for your loved one. If calling them Mom or Dad upsets them, address them by their name, instead.   It's not unusual that your loved one will tell you that they want to go home during your visit. Usually, when your loved one says they want to go home, they are really conveying that they are not yet comfortable in their new environment, and that's totally normal. It can and it will take your loved one some time to adjust to their new place of residence. To avoid fighting about not being able to go home, ask them what they like about their home or ask them to tell you about their home.   After about two weeks, you can start decreasing the amount and length of visits. Instead of visiting every day, visit every other day and so on. Bring treats and things to do with you on your visits. You can bring their favorite dessert, a favorite game, or even a few photo albums. Your loved one will be excited to have gifts and it will give you a purpose for your visit. It can also be helpful to have a list of things you want to talk about, as your loved one most likely will not be able to give you conversation topics.   Once your loved one is settled in their new environment, you can go for a walk around the facility. Getting out of their room can help improve their mood even after your visit has ended. If the facility allows it, and if your loved one will not become confused or experience an outburst of negative emotions, you can even go on an outing outside of the facility. Many people enjoy going to a favorite lunch spot or park. Make sure you clear any outings with the facility first, though. Every facility will have their own policies and procedures and can be dependent on the type of facility they are living at.   You can continue to shorten your visits after the two week adjustment period. According to Family Caregiver Alliance, the person with dementia usually doesn't remember if you have been there for five minutes or five hours. Ultimately it's better to visit three times per week for 20 minutes and eventually once a week for an hour.   Once your loved one is adjusted to their new residence, encourage others to visit them. Bring one of your loved one's friends along with you if they are nervous to visit by themselves. Limit visits to two people per visit to not overwhelm your loved one. You can also start a visitor's book for everyone to sign if the facility allows items to be left in your loved one's room.   The Alzheimer's Society says that it can become difficult for a person with dementia to remember all the comings and goings in their day. By creating a visitor guest book, you can help the person you're visiting to remember who has come to visit and how they spent their time together. Guest books can also be good conversation starters for other visitors and for the person with dementia to remember everything that has happened in their day.   A guest book can be an inexpensive notebook or a journal that is kept in a central, obvious location in the home where visitors will easily locate it (such as by the front door). Though it is best if the guest book is made so the person with dementia can enjoy it to the fullest, the following information should always be included: the date of visit, the visitor's name, how you spent your time together that day, and when you will come again (try to be as specific as possible).   The Alzheimer's Society also has two examples of what entries in a visitor book can look like. The first states the date on the first line. The first example is from a service worker or caregiver.   Dear Joanne,   This is your home care worker, Anthony. Today, I came around 3:00pm to do the laundry and I made your favorite, mashed potatoes with broccoli and chicken for dinner.   It was nice talking to you today about your husband, Jerry, and your dog, Pepper.   I will be coming back on January 26th, at 3:00pm.   See you in a few days.   Anthony   The second example is from a friend or family member. Date: April 12, 2015   Hi Dad,   This is your daughter Aisha; I've had a nice visit with you today at 1:00pm. We shared a tasty lunch together and had a good walk around the neighborhood. We passed the convenience store where you told me that you used to buy your lottery tickets every weekend.   I will come on Wednesday, April 15th, for lunch time at 12:00pm. I will bring lunch so we can eat together at home. See you then.   Love you!   Aisha   You can find a link to these examples in our show notes if you would like to see how they are written out. We have done a few episodes on ways to talk to a loved one with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia in the past. There are tips and tricks in those past episodes that we don't mention today and vice versa. You can check out our Dementia and Alzheimer's playlist on YouTube for a complete list of episodes we've done covering dementia and Alzheimer's.   Minimizing distractions can help you have a more productive visit. Try turning off the tv or any music that's playing. Completely removing distractions in a facility may be an impossible request, but you can reduce distractions as much as you can. If you are visiting your loved one in a common area, make sure your loved one is facing away from any walkways so they will be less distracted by people moving around them.   If you are visiting your loved one in their room, it is much easier to limit distractions. Make sure to notify staff that you are visiting with your loved one so that they may avoid unnecessary interruptions. You should also learn your loved one's schedule and come at a time when they are less likely to be distracted or busy. Try to visit during free time and not during an activity, as well.   DailyCaring has a few essential do's and don'ts for visiting someone with dementia. Do keep your tone and body language friendly and positive. Don't speak too loudly. Do make eye contact and stay at their eye level. Don't say “do you remember?” as this can cause anger or embarrassment. Do speak slowly and in short sentences with only one idea per sentence. For example: “Hi Mary. I'm Jane, your friend.” or “What a beautiful day. The sunshine is nice, isn't it?” or “Tell me about your daughter.”   Don't argue. If they say something that's not correct, just let it go. Do give them extra time to speak or answer questions and use open-ended questions because there are no right or wrong answers. Don't point out mistakes. It just makes them feel bad and doesn't help the conversation. Do be ok with sitting together in silence. They may enjoy that just as much as talking. Don't assume they don't remember anything. Many people have moments of clarity and assuming they don't remember something when they do it can hurt their self-esteem.   Do follow their lead, don't force conversation topics or activities. You should come prepared with an activity, like something to read out loud, a photo album to look at, or some of their favorite music to listen to, though. They may enjoy whatever you brought with you, but make sure you listen to what they are telling you through your time together.   Don't take mean or nasty things they say personally. The disease may twist their words or make them react badly out of confusion, frustration, fear, or anger. At the same time, make sure you validate their feelings. Allow them to express sadness, fear, or anger.   Do enter their reality. Go with the flow of the conversation even if they talk about things that aren't true or don't make sense. If there are other people in the room with you, don't talk about your loved one with them as if they're not there. Most of the time, your loved one knows when you are talking about them, even if you don't realize it. Always honor and respect their dignity.   Lastly, Do share and discuss memories of the past. Your loved one is more likely to remember things from long ago than they are things that happened recently. You can also show affection by giving hugs, gentle touches, or massaging their arms or shoulders, with their permission of course.   A simple touch can be a great way to convey feelings of fondness and is a good way to communicate without talking. If your loved one has trouble making conversation, which they may during the later stages of Alzheimer's, they may still be able to communicate through touch. Touch and feeling is often a form of communication that outlasts the ability to comprehend conversations and words.   As we mentioned earlier and is reinforced by HealthCentral the most important thing to remember before you visit is dignity above all. If you keep that in mind you really can't go wrong. Put yourself in this person's place. How would you like to be treated if you had lost your ability to find the right words to communicate, make sense of what others say, swallow whole food and use the toilet? Before you visit, give this serious thought. Your instincts should guide you with the rest.   According to Alzheimer's.net, a recent survey found that 42% of the public think it's pointless to stay in contact with loved ones who have Alzheimer's after they are unable to recognize the faces of family and friends. Alzheimer's advocates and researchers caution against this line of thinking, saying that even as the disease progresses, people with advanced dementia can still hold an emotional memory, meaning that they remember how something made them feel long after they have forgotten the event that brought those feelings. Another survey found that more than 50% of people with Alzheimer's were not participating in social activities and 64% said they felt isolated after receiving their diagnosis.   VeryWell Health tells us that research has demonstrated that it's not just the memory that matters here; it's also the emotion created by a positive visit. What's important to note is that the positive emotion from an encouraging and supportive visit can last much longer than the specific memory of that visit.   You may have impacted that person's whole day by changing her feelings and behavior. Although she might not be able to recall that you visited her, the feelings you created in her can change how she interacts with others and improve her mood.   Next time you think it doesn't matter, think again. The benefit of your visit might last long after you've gone.   The holidays can be a time of dread for some when it comes to visiting our loved ones, but it is very important to visit our loved ones with dementia. As we get closer to the holiday season, make a plan to visit your loved one and include them in any festivities you can. Chief Executive of the Alzheimer's Society, Jeremy Hughes, states “After spending time with friends and family over the festive period, New Year can be a bleak and lonely time for people with dementia and their caregivers. It's so important for people with dementia to feel connected throughout the year. Spending time with loved ones and taking part in meaningful activities can have a powerful and positive impact, even if they don't remember the event itself. We're urging people to get in touch with us and find out how we can help you stay connected.”   The holidays can be stressful for your loved one, just as they can be for you. Not being able to participate in traditions they used to be able to can be upsetting and make them feel left out. These feelings can cause them to have outbursts and you and other visitors may feel less inclined to visit with them if you are constantly on edge and expecting a burst of anger.   Next Avenue and Caring.com both tell us not to be overly afraid of outbursts, either.   Sometimes we are so afraid of a person with dementia having an outburst that we shut down ahead of time and miss the opportunity to connect.   According to Korner, a dementia care specialist, “Don't be afraid of listening to their negative feelings. It doesn't necessarily mean things will escalate. You can empathize. If the conversation makes the visitor uncomfortable, then redirect the conversation. Ask permission to talk about something else. Say, ‘I'm hearing this is upsetting to you, so would you mind if I change the subject and we talk about an issue I'm having?'”   “Or get up and physically move, and make up a reason if needed,” says Korner. “Say, ‘I have a cramp in my leg, would you mind if we walked a little?' Sometimes a quick change of scene or allowing time for the person to calm down if they get angry can quickly change the person's mood. The good news is that even if they get angry, they may not remember it a few minutes later, so why should you hold onto it?”   We have already talked about not judging your loved one, but Korner also says not to “judge yourself too harshly, either. It's not like any of us are prepared for the challenges you face trying to connect to a loved one with dementia. It's not like you go to school for this. But you need to accept it and get up to speed as fast as you can when you're faced with the situation.”   We hope this episode has helped you see the importance of visiting a loved one with dementia, even after they may no longer recognize who you are. You can use the do's and don'ts we discussed today to ensure you have the best visit possible with your loved one. And you now know that if your visit doesn't go the way you have planned, it's okay. You will try again next time and not worry about the previous visit. Send this episode to those who wish to visit your loved one so that they can properly prepare for their visit, as well.   We want to say thank you for joining us here at All Home Care Matters, All Home Care Matters is here for you and to help families as they navigate these long-term care issues. Please visit us at allhomecarematters.com there is a private secure fillable form there where you can give us feedback, show ideas, or if you have questions. Every form is read and responded to. If you know someone who could benefit from this episode please make sure to share it with them.   Remember, you can listen to the show on any of your favorite podcast streaming platforms and watch the show on our YouTube channel and make sure to hit that subscribe button, so you'll never miss an episode. We look forward to seeing you next time on All Home Care Matters, thank you.   Sources: https://www.caregiver.org/resource/residential-care-options-visiting-someone-dementia-care/   https://alzheimer.ca/en/help-support/i-have-friend-or-family-member-who-lives-dementia/making-meaningful-visits   https://dailycaring.com/visiting-someone-with-alzheimers-dos-and-donts-for-visitors/   https://www.healthcentral.com/slideshow/7-pitfalls-avoid-when-visiting-someone-dementia   https://www.alzheimers.net/2-24-16-loved-ones-with-alzheimers-benefit-from-visits   https://www.verywellhealth.com/tips-visiting-people-dementia-97960   https://www.nextavenue.org/visiting-someone-dementia/                

Stoic Meditations
936. What would your loved one who passed away wish for you?

Stoic Meditations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 2:54


If your brother wishes you to be tortured with endless mourning, he does not deserve such affection; if he does not wish it, dismiss the grief which affects you both.

Better Together with Maria Menounos
358. How To Stay Connected With A Loved One Who Has Passed

Better Together with Maria Menounos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 52:02


On today's episode Maria talks about her final moments with her uncle and how moments after he passed, his spirit visited her. She also shares how she stays connected with her mother, who recently passed away from glioblastoma. Maria then dives deeper into a topic she discussed with the Dyer sisters earlier this week about how to “choose sooner” in regards to mourning. For anyone who is mourning or knows someone who is mourning, this episode is a must-listen. Please share with anyone you think would benefit. RESOURCES: Briotech Link (discount automatically applied): We use the Briotech Sanitizer + Disinfectant and the Briotech Topical Skin Spray: https://briotechusa.shop/discount/Bet... --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/better-together-w-maria/support

Hey Spirit! With Theresa Caputo
Alan's Loved Ones Want Him To Know, “You Are Not Alone”.

Hey Spirit! With Theresa Caputo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 43:13


Theresa always advices not to come into a reading with expectations. Spirit doesn't always worry about the same things we do here in the physical world, because it may help us heal. Today, Alan was looking for answers to some questions, and his loved ones sent him the message and answers he truly needed to move on from their passings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.