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Making Shift Happen
107. How the Cycle Effect Impacts Girls and Accessibility in Mountain Biking

Making Shift Happen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 42:07


The Cycle Effect is a non-profit organization based in Colorado that focuses on providing mentorship through mountain biking to girls and non-binary youth. Their focus is to make mountain biking accessible to everyone through their programs, especially for youth who typically don't have access to the equipment and gear needed. I had the chance to sit down with the Founder and CEO, Brett Donelson, and Isidra Luna (AKA Isi or Izzy), the Summit County Manager. They helped add clarity to how and why they do what they do for our amazing cycling community - and it's all about creating a place where these young riders feel they belong. To learn more about The Cycle Effect, visit their website here as well as follow their YouTube here (they have some amazing videos showcasing their work). You can also listen to the podcast episode from the Dirtbag Diaries that I mentioned (it is such amazing storytelling!) here. Here are some other interviews that may interest you: 104. Making Friends with Fear in Mountain Biking with Dr. Annie Pendygraft 100. Empowering Women Through Mountain Biking with Julie Cornelius from World Ride 28. Overcoming Fear On+Off the Bike with Joanna Yates 11. Krystyna Holland: Pelvic Floor Health is for Everybody 6. Inclusivity in Mountain Biking with Brooke Goudy Do You Want a Coach to Help Make Training or Nutrition Easier and Simpler for You? If you're ready to finally make some lasting and sustainable changes in your nutrition and/or fitness, then apply to work with me by clicking here. I work with people just like you, and can help you get to a solution faster (and with less frustration) than if you work on it by yourself. #ShredStrong Starts a New Cycle Every Month! #ShredStrong is my signature year-round strength and conditioning program specifically for mountain bikers. It includes 3 strength workouts and an intervals session per week that easily fit into biking season, plus a mobility plan to help you relax and stabilize those biking muscles of yours. You also get coaching feedback and guidance from me on your movement that you record and send me via video. All of this is only $49 a month, or $39 a month if you pay for six month in-full (totaling $234). You can join us at the beginning of every month - each cycle starts around the beginning of every month! Learn more of the details of the program and sign-up HERE!  You can also join my email list here to get the latest news on future cycles of the program that start every 3 months (I only email an average of 1-2 times a month). Want to Connect With Me? If you have any questions, send me an email at jen@shifthumanperformance.com or DM me on Instagram @shifthumanperformance. Lastly, if you found this episode helpful, then please subscribe and share it with your friends. If you loved this episode, then please give it 5 stars. Your support means so much to me, as it helps me grow this podcast!  

Deep Dive with Ali Abdaal
REPLAY: Derek Sivers On Life Advice, Writing and Entrepreneurship (BONUS EPISODE)

Deep Dive with Ali Abdaal

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 107:50


Happy New Year! While I'm currently working hard writing my book and getting ready for Season 5 of the podcast which is just around the corner, I thought I'd share with you a bonus episode taken from the livestreams I recorded during lockdown (which aren't available anywhere else on the internet). This episode is a conversation with Derek Sivers, a writer, musician and entrepreneur who founded CD Baby, an online CD store for independent musicians, back in 1997. He sold CD Baby in 2007 and has since embarked on other ventures including writing 4 books including Anything You Want: 40 Lessons For A New Kind of Entrepreneur - one of the three books that I've listed as changing my life. This is one of my favourite interviews from the livestreams and his advice on book writing felt particularly timely as I sit two years later writing a book of my own. Enjoy :) (00:45) Background and Career(02:00) Anything You Want Book Discussion(03:00) Writing a Book(07:00) Fear of Plagiarism(09:35) Advice on Writing, Apps and Productivity(16:05) Current Books Being Written(19:00) Building Your Own Store(24:20) Do What Makes You Happy(27:30) Avoid Quoting From Other People(32:50) Identity: Music and Being A Doctor(37:20) Music Theory: Is it really that valuable?(44:45) Musical Originality(46:05) Derek's Singing Journey(50:15) Ali's Singing Experiences(53:00) On Making Friends(55:45) What Does Friendship Mean?(59:40) Vulnerability, Exposure and Making Friends(01:07:00) Talking To People On The Phone(01:08:45) The Famous Broadway Musical Composer…(01:13:35) Weird Like Me, Shared Experiences and ‘Burning The Ships'(01:20:00) Connecting With People and Strangers(01:23:20) Replying To Everyone(01:28:30) Replying To People Asking For Advice(01:33:20) Imposter Syndrome(01:35:10) Goal Setting in Life and Business(01:42:45) The Most Powerful Thing to Remember About Goals(01:45:30) Closing Thoughts

F*****g Cancelled
Nexit: Making Friends

F*****g Cancelled

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 80:00


In Episode 40, we look at the art of making friends while cancelled. We live in a hyper-alienated time, when more people than ever before report having few or no close friends. On top of that, renewed puritanical impulses within the culture threaten to exile already-atomized people from what little community they have left. In such a context, how are we to create and nurture meaningful connections and break the isolation so poisonous to the human spirit?   SHOW NOTES: 30% of Millennials say they are often or always lonely. 20% report having no acquaintences at all Hikikomori, the Japanese phenomenon of extreme social isolation is going global   Follow Fucking Cancelled on Patreon & Instagram. Find merch on our BigCartel. Also check out Clementine's Patreon & Clementine's website. Check out Jay's website too. Theme song by ST x LIAM. Mixing and editing by Charlotte Dora. Free transcripts are added on Patreon as they become available.

Uncluttered and Unfiltered
EP. 21 THE MAKING FRIENDS EPISODE

Uncluttered and Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 29:42 Transcription Available


It can be very difficult to make friends when you are over 50! In this episode, Christine and Eden talk about ways to make new friends later in life and the kind of friends that we surround ourselves with. THE EFFECT MEDSPA AND LIFESTYLE PRACTICEWATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL WHILE YOU ARE THERE!VISIT US ONLINE AND SIGN UP FOR EMAIL NOTIFICATIONSFOLLOW UNCLUTTERED AND UNFILTERED ON INSTAGRAMJOIN UNCLUTTERED AND UNFILTERED ON FACEBOOKCHECK OUT CHRISTINE'S NEATLY DESIGNED INSTAGRAM HERECHECK OUT EDEN'S INSTAGRAM HEREVISIT CHRISTINE'S AMAZON STOREFRONT FOR PRODUCTS YOU MAY HEAR US DISCUSSVISIT CHRISTINE'S "LIKE TO KNOW" PAGE FOR PRODUCTS YOU MAY HEAR US DISCUSS

#PTonICE Daily Show
Episode 1392 - Making friends saves lives

#PTonICE Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 17:19


Dr. Dustin Jones // #GeriOnICE // www.ptonice.com 

Gird Up! Podcast
BroCast - Making Friends, Prayer, Enjoying Winter, and Matthew 8:23-27

Gird Up! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 85:32


Charlie, Gus, and Connor are joined by Nathan Pausma and Camden Sulzle to talk about christian friendship, the nature of prayer and it's purpose, ways to own the winter and enjoy the cold months, and the Story of Jesus Calming the Storm. Guide for Daily Prayer: https://www.girdupministries.com/downloadsWrighteous Glass: https://wrighteousglass.com/Social Media:https://www.instagram.com/n.pausma.05/https://www.facebook.com/n.pausma.05https://www.instagram.com/connor.herter/https://www.instagram.com/gustaviano_wenzo/https://www.facebook.com/gustav.wenzhttps://www.instagram.com/girdup_be_a_man/https://www.facebook.com/charlie.ungemach Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast
The "Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle" Podcast Series / Making Friends with Cacique Guaro / Episode #2,415 / January 21st, 2023

Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 9:43


Welcome to our Podcast #2,415! Here's a link to our Costa Rica Pura Vida Amazon Products Store! Happy Shopping! https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/costaricaproductsamazon.html We appreciate your listening and hope you find the time to go through the 100's of episodes that we have recorded already. They're short, so listen to a few every day! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! If you're thinking about moving to Costa Rica, we can assist! Visit "Royal Palms Costa Rica Real Estate". . we are DEDICATED BUYER'S AGENTS. Check out our website at www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com/buyersagent.html Here's our NEW Costa Rica Good News Report YouTube Channel. Over 350 Short, Entertaining Videos that will get you excited about Costa Rica: https://www.youtube.com/@thecostaricagoodnewsreport/videos Check out an amazing travel website catering to those travelers age 50 and over! Dozens of incredible expert contributors writing about so many destinations: https://www.travelawaits.com/ Here's our 1st contribution to the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2789789/questions-to-ask-if-thinking-about-retiring-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 2nd article on the TravelAwaits website as promised: https://www.travelawaits.com/2798638/tips-for-driving-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 3rd article on the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2794704/how-to-gain-residency-status-in-costa-rica/ Check out our NEW COSTA RICA LOVE STORIES! There's ONE THING BETTER than falling in love. . falling in love in COSTA RICA! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/lovestories.html So many GOOD-NEWS stories coming out of Costa Rica. We'd love to share them with all of you! Way over 100 stories ready right now. Learn all about one if the Happiest Countries on the Planet. . Costa Rica! Here's a link: https://vocal.media/authors/skip-licht Become a "COSTA RICA PURA VIDA" Brand Ambassador & Share the LIFESTYLE with EVERYONE! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/brandambassador.html Here's a link to the US Embassy here in Costa Rica: https://cr.usembassy.gov/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/message

Happified
Knowing versus Doing: Knowing is only half the battle

Happified

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 30:25


Making a change can be difficult.  So much of what we do is habit, or associated with “who” we are, that even when we understand why it's important to make a change for the better it can still feel like a struggle.  So how can we support a new way of being until it becomes standard?  Remember, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step! In this episode we explore The inspiration behind making a change Using emotions to guide you through the unknown choices that arise Obstacles to doing things differently How to ease into a new way of being The power of your “why” Finding support in creating new habits  For more inspiration, check out “Making Friends with Change”, episode 113 Join the conversation by leaving a comment at happifiedlife.com, or in the Live with Less Stress facebook group 

The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima
Lima on making friends with other parents + Zac Jackson + Culture

The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 34:57


8AM hour. Lima on making friends with other parents with what he believes could be an age difference. Zac Jackson on the needs the Browns must address this offseason. The difference between the Browns and Ravens' bad years. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App!

Progressive Faith Sermons - Dr. Roger Ray
Making Friends that Make us Better (Discourse on Happiness 2)

Progressive Faith Sermons - Dr. Roger Ray

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 20:53


It's easy to divide the world up into the foolish and the wise. It's harder to take the time to really discern how our actions impact one another. We easily forget that our friendships train our minds. Whom we spend time with is also a question of how we spend our time. What activities do we do together? What do we talk about? Where do we go? The people in our lives both reflect and influence what we think is important, how we treat one another, how we understand life and the world, for good or for ill. Being intentional about community helps us create habits the help and heal, instead of harm.

Friendship University Podcast
Making Friends at Abbott Elementary *SPOILERS*

Friendship University Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 32:32


Everyone Has An "Abbott Elementary" Character Who Matches Their Personality — Who's Yours? [Via Buzzfeed] Support this podcast: anchor.fm/friendship-university/support You can find us at: Twitter: @funipodcast Instagram: @thefriendshipuniversity Email: friendshipuniversitypodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/friendship-university/support

Autism in the Adult
Autism and ”Just Right”: The Quest for Balance

Autism in the Adult

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 32:29 Transcription Available


Join Dr. Regan for this episode on the quest for balance on the autism spectrum. Whether it's emotional regulation, attention, sleep, social interactions, task initiation, finances and more, finding the "just right" state is difficult for many on the spectrum. Book: The Science of Making Friends   Dr. Regan's Resources Course for Clinicians - Interventions in Autism: Helping Clients Stay Centered, Connect with Others, and Engage in Life Course for Clinicians: ASD Differential Diagnoses and Associated Characteristics Book: Understanding Autism in Adults and Aging Adults, 2nd ed Audiobook Book: Understanding Autistic Behaviors Autism in the Adult website homepage Website Resources for Clinicians Read the Transcript Here:    1 00:00:07,240 --> 00:00:11,610 Hello and welcome back to the podcast Autism in the Adult. 2 00:00:11,620 --> 00:00:12,730 I am your host, 3 00:00:12,730 --> 00:00:14,390 Dr Theresa Regan, 4 00:00:14,400 --> 00:00:16,120 a neuropsychologist, 5 00:00:16,130 --> 00:00:18,470 a certified autism specialist. 6 00:00:18,480 --> 00:00:23,930 The director of an autism diagnostic clinic for adolescents, 7 00:00:23,940 --> 00:00:29,590 adults and aging adults in central Illinois and the mother of a teen on the spectrum. 8 00:00:30,660 --> 00:00:48,140 I'm glad you're joining me today for this episode that I'm going to call autism and "just right."  This is actually a great topic that was suggested by a listener from Finland and I hope that I am pronouncing the name correctly. 9 00:00:48,140 --> 00:01:07,680 I think it's Maya ... Maya wrote about questions and struggles within the topic of balance in life when you have that autistic neurology, 10 00:01:07,690 --> 00:01:09,270 Maya wrote this. 11 00:01:09,670 --> 00:01:23,030 I would so much love to hear what you have to say about autistic people and the struggle we have with striking a balance in situations where we have to create an appropriate view on or understanding of things? 12 00:01:23,040 --> 00:01:29,350 I am convinced that this is the major autistic difficulty that I personally struggle with. 13 00:01:30,110 --> 00:01:34,570 It shows up in different forms for me and on many levels. 14 00:01:35,700 --> 00:01:39,890 I could take a few examples so that you understand what I mean? 15 00:01:39,900 --> 00:01:44,520 Because most often this is not linked to intelligence, 16 00:01:44,530 --> 00:01:46,350 for example, 17 00:01:46,350 --> 00:01:47,490 is this person, 18 00:01:47,500 --> 00:01:50,100 a friend who respects me or not, 19 00:01:50,740 --> 00:01:53,230 am I too skinny or even to fat? 20 00:01:53,240 --> 00:01:58,050 Should I contact a doctor because of this thing that I'm feeling right now. 21 00:01:58,570 --> 00:02:01,470 How far should I stand by this person's side? 22 00:02:01,660 --> 00:02:04,500 How much should I help him or her? 23 00:02:05,210 --> 00:02:10,820 Exactly how well should I perform in this university course in order to pass. 24 00:02:11,910 --> 00:02:15,030 I want to thank Maya for writing about that. 25 00:02:15,040 --> 00:02:29,300 Um this is something I've thought about as well and I think it's one of those really great ways to conceptualize autism aside from specific details. 26 00:02:29,310 --> 00:02:34,510 So sometimes to get the most meaning out of what you're feeling, 27 00:02:34,510 --> 00:02:47,890 it can help to step back and say how is it that all these little pieces of the autistic experience hang together in some ways it can feel so granular, 28 00:02:47,900 --> 00:02:51,500 like so many things are impacted. 29 00:02:51,510 --> 00:02:59,120 Why do these things happen at the same time and when we have ways of conceptualizing it? 30 00:02:59,480 --> 00:03:02,450 Um I think it brings meaning. 31 00:03:02,460 --> 00:03:10,290 It helps these little pieces come together as why do I have trouble with these 12 things? 32 00:03:10,300 --> 00:03:11,380 Well, 33 00:03:11,390 --> 00:03:19,090 these 12 things have a thread that go through and when we can step back and see that thread that joins things, 34 00:03:19,100 --> 00:03:23,020 I think it really makes things more meaningful. 35 00:03:23,030 --> 00:03:26,210 Um and so that's what I want to do with this topic. 36 00:03:26,210 --> 00:03:32,870 Today I call this the just right state. 37 00:03:32,880 --> 00:03:35,570 So she was talking about balance. 38 00:03:35,570 --> 00:03:38,230 That's another great way to term it. 39 00:03:38,240 --> 00:03:43,950 Um A lot of times with the neurology that we're talking about, 40 00:03:43,950 --> 00:03:55,770 somebody will have difficulty finding that just right spot of balance where whatever they're attempting is not too much or too little. 41 00:03:56,130 --> 00:04:24,560 And ideally our neurology should help us flow in these areas that we can flow and adjust and we have this innate sense of where we should land to be just right for this context for this person for this topic and we can shift because just right will look different in one setting that it will in another setting or across time. 42 00:04:25,100 --> 00:04:30,320 So there's a lot of innit nous and flow in this ability to find just right. 43 00:04:31,650 --> 00:04:35,920 We've talked about difficulty with regulation in a very broad sense. 44 00:04:35,920 --> 00:04:47,530 We did a series on regulation issues having to do with alertness and attention and emotions and getting to that just rate state in those areas. 45 00:04:47,540 --> 00:04:59,270 But I think what Maya is pointing out is that regulation and balance and just right is a thread that goes through a lot of other areas with autism as well. 46 00:04:59,280 --> 00:05:04,170 So let's take a few areas and see how this just right. 47 00:05:04,400 --> 00:05:08,330 Uh this quest for just right is difficult. 48 00:05:08,950 --> 00:05:10,990 Let's take the social area. 49 00:05:11,590 --> 00:05:19,020 So some things that were struggling with that would capture this difficulty with just right would be, 50 00:05:19,030 --> 00:05:22,400 how much should I be speaking right now to this person? 51 00:05:22,410 --> 00:05:24,690 How much detail should I be giving? 52 00:05:24,700 --> 00:05:27,830 How much personal information should I share? 53 00:05:27,840 --> 00:05:34,660 What is the just right intensity and level of excitement for this context or person? 54 00:05:35,020 --> 00:05:41,240 What is just right as I'm interacting with a boss versus an acquaintance? 55 00:05:41,250 --> 00:05:43,090 How much eye contact? 56 00:05:43,100 --> 00:05:44,700 Too much or too little? 57 00:05:44,710 --> 00:05:55,420 How much emotional expression should I be using without looking false or like I'm putting on a show or that I don't care at all. 58 00:05:56,380 --> 00:05:57,410 For example, 59 00:05:57,420 --> 00:06:01,380 opening gifts without looking just flat or board, 60 00:06:01,390 --> 00:06:07,660 but without looking like an actor that's pretending to be happy with a gift. 61 00:06:08,690 --> 00:06:11,720 How much should I give this person? 62 00:06:12,830 --> 00:06:15,130 How long should I stand by them? 63 00:06:15,140 --> 00:06:17,200 How much money should I loan them? 64 00:06:17,210 --> 00:06:20,490 How many times should I give them a ride or a lift? 65 00:06:20,500 --> 00:06:24,040 How much leeway should I give in a relationship? 66 00:06:24,050 --> 00:06:25,270 For example, 67 00:06:25,280 --> 00:06:31,540 I know people are complex and I can be friends with people who do things that I don't agree with. 68 00:06:31,550 --> 00:06:34,120 But at what point do I say? 69 00:06:34,120 --> 00:06:34,420 Yeah, 70 00:06:34,420 --> 00:06:37,970 this is really not a healthy relationship for me. 71 00:06:37,970 --> 00:06:40,130 I need to end this relationship. 72 00:06:41,290 --> 00:06:44,200 How close should I make this relationship? 73 00:06:44,210 --> 00:06:52,470 And how soon what is the just right closeness and the timing of a relationship? 74 00:06:52,480 --> 00:07:03,690 So some people on the spectrum struggle because they really want some definition to the relationship quickly because this in between state, 75 00:07:03,690 --> 00:07:06,770 this undefined state feels really uncomfortable. 76 00:07:07,600 --> 00:07:08,600 So they might say, 77 00:07:08,600 --> 00:07:20,770 well let's just get married right away because we know we're right for each other and in essence defining and structuring the relationship feels better than this. 78 00:07:20,770 --> 00:07:21,300 Huh? 79 00:07:21,310 --> 00:07:23,600 I don't know what's gonna happen with this relationship. 80 00:07:23,610 --> 00:07:27,070 It feels safer and more defined and more predictable. 81 00:07:28,080 --> 00:07:36,130 Others will break up a relationship because they don't want to be in that undefined spot that in between place. 82 00:07:36,140 --> 00:07:42,420 Um So how much is just right as far as closeness in a relationship. 83 00:07:43,810 --> 00:07:52,850 What is the just right number of times to text or phone someone if they don't call you back or to extend an invitation to someone. 84 00:07:52,860 --> 00:07:58,530 Now sometimes there are rules of thumb for something like that. 85 00:07:58,540 --> 00:08:06,670 There's a nice book that I like called the Science of Making Friends that I'll link in the show notes that talks about, 86 00:08:06,680 --> 00:08:06,970 you know, 87 00:08:06,970 --> 00:08:14,120 you don't text or call again once you've done so twice without a return text or call. 88 00:08:17,250 --> 00:08:28,880 I once worked with a couple and we were trying to really increase his ability to bring some nurturance and emotional content to the relationship. 89 00:08:28,890 --> 00:08:38,330 And I worked with him on being aware that one way to show his wife love is to compliment her. 90 00:08:38,340 --> 00:08:40,960 So we kind of worked on that as a goal, 91 00:08:40,960 --> 00:08:41,780 practiced it, 92 00:08:41,780 --> 00:08:45,090 role played it and he put it into action. 93 00:08:45,820 --> 00:08:48,310 The problem was then his wife said, 94 00:08:48,310 --> 00:08:50,820 well now he's complimenting me too much. 95 00:08:53,000 --> 00:08:54,570 It is the difficulty, 96 00:08:54,570 --> 00:08:55,820 isn't it? 97 00:08:55,870 --> 00:08:58,880 Like I can learn a strategy, 98 00:08:58,890 --> 00:09:02,390 I can apply new knowledge, 99 00:09:03,300 --> 00:09:08,690 but the getting the just right amount, 100 00:09:08,690 --> 00:09:09,880 the just right moment, 101 00:09:09,880 --> 00:09:11,970 the just right compliment boy. 102 00:09:11,970 --> 00:09:13,510 That's really difficult. 103 00:09:13,520 --> 00:09:15,260 It's difficult for anyone. 104 00:09:15,270 --> 00:09:16,010 Uh, 105 00:09:16,010 --> 00:09:18,580 and even more so on the spectrum, 106 00:09:20,830 --> 00:09:24,280 let's look at finances for that just right state. 107 00:09:25,130 --> 00:09:39,340 It seems common for individuals on the spectrum to either lean toward spending too much perhaps on their special interests or other things that cut their eye or to spend too little. 108 00:09:40,490 --> 00:09:41,090 Um, 109 00:09:41,100 --> 00:09:56,050 there are people that have lots of money in a savings account or other type of account but they don't want to withdraw anything to fix the roof or to buy an updated phone. 110 00:09:57,660 --> 00:10:01,970 What is the amount of spending that is just right. 111 00:10:02,830 --> 00:10:12,100 There are guides for budgeting but it can still feel really elusive to get just right in specific personal situations. 112 00:10:12,110 --> 00:10:13,490 So yeah, 113 00:10:13,490 --> 00:10:14,840 this is the principle, 114 00:10:14,840 --> 00:10:16,080 this is the guideline, 115 00:10:16,080 --> 00:10:17,750 this is the percentage, 116 00:10:17,760 --> 00:10:25,380 but it is hard to have to look that framework up and not have a sense, 117 00:10:25,380 --> 00:10:29,070 an innate sense like yeah, 118 00:10:29,070 --> 00:10:33,180 I really need to get this roof repaired some will say, 119 00:10:33,190 --> 00:10:33,730 yeah, 120 00:10:33,730 --> 00:10:35,960 I know that I can ask for advice, 121 00:10:35,960 --> 00:10:41,950 I know that I can use this budget but I wish I had this innate sense of yeah, 122 00:10:41,950 --> 00:10:46,440 I really need to update this in my home or boy, 123 00:10:46,440 --> 00:10:51,570 I've spent too much on this area and not enough on this other area. 124 00:10:53,460 --> 00:10:54,240 They'll say, 125 00:10:54,240 --> 00:10:54,540 you know, 126 00:10:54,540 --> 00:11:02,840 it's difficult to have a feel for it instead of having to stick to some type of formula and maybe feeling like, 127 00:11:02,850 --> 00:11:09,360 well what would that rule of thumb look like in this situation and how would it apply to this other case. 128 00:11:11,270 --> 00:11:16,490 Let's look at just right as it relates to task completion on the spectrum. 129 00:11:17,020 --> 00:11:22,400 What is the just right amount of completion for some people on the spectrum, 130 00:11:22,410 --> 00:11:30,960 completion is very important but when is something complete and what is the just right amount of accuracy and detail? 131 00:11:30,970 --> 00:11:44,080 Some may feel like I need to finish one task before I start another task or I can't go to bed until I read all of these pages assigned from the class of the previous day. 132 00:11:45,060 --> 00:11:49,120 What is the right amount of detail? 133 00:11:49,130 --> 00:11:51,290 What is the right amount of speed? 134 00:11:53,480 --> 00:11:57,100 Have I done enough that this assignment is complete, 135 00:11:57,140 --> 00:12:03,440 especially when we get to adulthood tasks don't have a clear cut off. 136 00:12:04,510 --> 00:12:16,370 It's not like there are five math problems and we finish each one and we know the task is complete and maybe that we have a research paper or we have a software project. 137 00:12:16,380 --> 00:12:16,830 Well, 138 00:12:16,840 --> 00:12:18,040 when is it complete? 139 00:12:18,040 --> 00:12:19,620 When is it good enough? 140 00:12:23,130 --> 00:12:25,020 That difficulty knowing? 141 00:12:25,020 --> 00:12:25,480 Hey, 142 00:12:25,480 --> 00:12:29,120 I haven't attended a task B at all, 143 00:12:29,120 --> 00:12:33,420 but I've overworked on task A and how do I balance that? 144 00:12:33,420 --> 00:12:35,030 When do I know that? 145 00:12:35,030 --> 00:12:36,560 That's the difficulty. 146 00:12:38,750 --> 00:12:50,450 One person I worked with said I've always had the strong feeling that a newspaper needs to be read completely from cover to cover from every page that there, 147 00:12:50,460 --> 00:12:53,030 there is a completion that's important. 148 00:12:53,840 --> 00:12:56,700 You can't just read an article here and there. 149 00:12:56,750 --> 00:12:58,630 That's just not right. 150 00:12:59,420 --> 00:13:06,680 Another person may feel I have to finish this test completely before I start this other project. 151 00:13:07,650 --> 00:13:18,980 Even though the first task was something a coworker asked me about and this next one I have to complete is something my boss asked me to work on. 152 00:13:22,510 --> 00:13:32,520 It's difficult sometimes for the individual with that autistic neurology to understand that all details do not have the same importance. 153 00:13:33,110 --> 00:13:38,970 Um There are people um on the spectrum who feel like, 154 00:13:38,980 --> 00:13:48,350 well every detail is going to be important so it has to be included and the neurology there just isn't helping the person know like Yeah, 155 00:13:48,350 --> 00:13:54,010 but in this instance this part is not as important as this part, 156 00:13:56,290 --> 00:14:06,880 it can be really hard to get the neurology to shift uh to adjust if a task needs to be done quickly but does not need to be as accurate. 157 00:14:07,390 --> 00:14:12,510 So meeting deadlines might really be difficult if your boss says to you, 158 00:14:12,510 --> 00:14:15,910 hey this project needs to be done quickly. 159 00:14:15,920 --> 00:14:21,720 It doesn't really need to be detailed but I have to have it ready for a meeting tomorrow at noon. 160 00:14:21,730 --> 00:14:24,990 I just want to give a broad overview. 161 00:14:25,000 --> 00:14:29,830 Details are not important that can feel actually very stressful. 162 00:14:29,840 --> 00:14:32,990 Well what does a broad overview look like? 163 00:14:33,000 --> 00:14:34,600 And will, 164 00:14:34,610 --> 00:14:41,230 will I feel okay stopping when there are other details available. 165 00:14:43,910 --> 00:14:49,200 This is also related to the topic that maya brought up about working on a course, 166 00:14:49,210 --> 00:14:50,780 a university class. 167 00:14:50,790 --> 00:14:57,460 How much work do I need to do in order to do a good job? 168 00:14:57,470 --> 00:15:00,290 What if I could have done more? 169 00:15:00,300 --> 00:15:01,820 Could have done better. 170 00:15:03,090 --> 00:15:06,500 How many a's do I need to get to be a good student? 171 00:15:06,500 --> 00:15:11,730 How can I hit the mark of balance with accuracy and speed? 172 00:15:12,910 --> 00:15:14,800 How can I balance that? 173 00:15:14,800 --> 00:15:18,460 Everything doesn't have the same importance at the same time, 174 00:15:20,530 --> 00:15:26,400 something may be able to go undone while something else cannot wait another minute. 175 00:15:26,400 --> 00:15:27,490 So triaging, 176 00:15:27,490 --> 00:15:32,400 how do I triage quickly based on importance? 177 00:15:33,210 --> 00:15:36,360 How thorough do I need to be on this project? 178 00:15:36,870 --> 00:15:41,420 If the professor said I need to cite 10 sources, 179 00:15:42,200 --> 00:15:44,070 Can my brain let go? 180 00:15:44,070 --> 00:15:52,440 The other 25 sources I might be able to get and how can I just innately have a feel for? 181 00:15:52,450 --> 00:15:53,360 Okay, 182 00:15:53,370 --> 00:15:54,250 this is done, 183 00:15:54,260 --> 00:15:58,120 this is this project is finished and it's good to go. 184 00:15:59,020 --> 00:16:11,500 Maya also noted in her email that sometimes the approach to dealing with this difficulty is to get input from others about what might be just right in a situation, 185 00:16:12,310 --> 00:16:15,570 but that approach doesn't always feel practical. 186 00:16:15,580 --> 00:16:23,180 Like who could I ask or there's a deadline and people aren't around this just isn't practical. 187 00:16:23,190 --> 00:16:25,520 It also takes a lot of energy. 188 00:16:25,530 --> 00:16:32,760 And do I always bother the same person or how many times do I ask for input and who do I ask? 189 00:16:34,050 --> 00:16:35,610 So first of all, 190 00:16:35,620 --> 00:16:40,850 let's talk about that difficulty finding the just right state. 191 00:16:41,510 --> 00:16:46,470 So this could be within alertness and behavioral activation, 192 00:16:46,480 --> 00:16:49,310 it can be within attention. 193 00:16:49,320 --> 00:16:52,790 Like what is the just right amount of attention. 194 00:16:52,800 --> 00:16:56,210 It's somewhere between distractible and hyper focus. 195 00:16:56,220 --> 00:17:08,840 What is the just right space for our emotions while it's to be psychologically present and um clearheaded and calm. 196 00:17:09,520 --> 00:17:12,010 What is just right for test completion, 197 00:17:12,010 --> 00:17:15,280 finances working out nutrition, 198 00:17:15,280 --> 00:17:17,130 dieting all of these things. 199 00:17:18,280 --> 00:17:26,470 Let me give you an example for my own life that has to do with another physical just rate dilemma. 200 00:17:27,400 --> 00:17:35,250 So one of the things that I think about that I think also highlights this is that personally, 201 00:17:35,260 --> 00:17:42,950 it's kind of a joke in my family that I have really bad depth perception and again, 202 00:17:42,950 --> 00:17:51,470 it's kind of a joke because at some point you just have to laugh and luckily I always think I have less room. 203 00:17:51,480 --> 00:17:55,770 So it's not that I go around hitting things with the car, 204 00:17:56,070 --> 00:17:57,870 but you know, 205 00:17:57,880 --> 00:18:01,350 there's lots of room left and it does get kind of funny, 206 00:18:02,960 --> 00:18:12,470 I wish so in the back of my mind that I could learn to compensate for that because I do get tired of laughing at myself and having to be a good sport about this, 207 00:18:12,490 --> 00:18:18,620 just silly thing that I've parked so far away from where I could have parked, 208 00:18:20,790 --> 00:18:29,250 I realized that I always leave two ft from where I could have pulled up. 209 00:18:29,780 --> 00:18:37,640 So there's this remarkable consistency for me in that area that I can't tell what's just right, 210 00:18:37,650 --> 00:18:42,600 but somehow I'm always two ft from where I probably should be. 211 00:18:42,600 --> 00:18:43,650 So I thought, 212 00:18:43,660 --> 00:18:45,100 okay, 213 00:18:45,110 --> 00:18:57,570 well I will compensate for this difficulty with just right by going an extra two ft because I actually think I can Gauge what two ft would be. 214 00:18:59,020 --> 00:19:06,830 So I started to do that and lo and behold I that just does not work. 215 00:19:06,840 --> 00:19:16,110 I cannot compensate to get to intellectually get to the where the just right status. 216 00:19:16,120 --> 00:19:31,770 So as you can imagine I'm either to end up touching the wall or the um edge of the parking space with my car or I end up still being well below where I could be. 217 00:19:33,350 --> 00:19:48,420 So for me that's just another example that if my eyes in my brain are not able to show me the just rate state, 218 00:19:50,120 --> 00:19:54,700 there's not much I can do about that unfortunately. 219 00:19:55,990 --> 00:20:02,700 Um And even though I intellectually think of a strategy to compensate, 220 00:20:02,710 --> 00:20:06,940 it still doesn't mean that I can hit the just right spot. 221 00:20:06,950 --> 00:20:08,680 Well I should do this more, 222 00:20:08,680 --> 00:20:10,140 I should do this less. 223 00:20:10,150 --> 00:20:29,430 Um So I actually believe and in my experience with clients I think that ability that flow for that feel for the just rate state is something that is very difficult to compensate for. 224 00:20:29,440 --> 00:20:33,770 And I'm not sure that there are great ways to do that. 225 00:20:34,900 --> 00:20:46,350 I think what we typically do is we suggest intellectual compensations kind of like what I tried to do for my uh driving and parking. 226 00:20:46,360 --> 00:21:15,230 Um And I think those things are helpful in some ways but there's still this gap between where we would want to be as far as having a flow and an efficiency a feel for that would be so great rather than having to try to gauge to hit that spot a little bit better. 227 00:21:17,430 --> 00:21:23,400 Some of the compensations that are helpful would be, 228 00:21:23,410 --> 00:21:24,330 um, 229 00:21:24,340 --> 00:21:28,280 I think having the self awareness is helpful. 230 00:21:28,290 --> 00:21:29,750 So for example, 231 00:21:29,760 --> 00:21:33,660 I know that I have this difficulty, 232 00:21:33,660 --> 00:21:36,480 so if I have a passenger in the car and they're like, 233 00:21:36,480 --> 00:21:37,040 you know, 234 00:21:37,050 --> 00:21:42,450 you can pull up some more because I have that self awareness. 235 00:21:42,460 --> 00:21:45,850 I have a place for that to integrate that comment. 236 00:21:45,850 --> 00:21:47,070 And I can say, 237 00:21:47,800 --> 00:21:49,080 oh yeah, 238 00:21:49,080 --> 00:21:50,320 I probably can, 239 00:21:50,330 --> 00:21:51,520 I can't really tell you, 240 00:21:51,520 --> 00:21:52,840 tell me when to stop. 241 00:21:53,470 --> 00:21:54,000 Um, 242 00:21:54,010 --> 00:21:57,510 so I'm able to say yes to that comment. 243 00:21:57,520 --> 00:21:58,060 Like, 244 00:21:58,070 --> 00:21:58,480 oh yeah, 245 00:21:58,480 --> 00:21:59,640 I have a place for that. 246 00:21:59,640 --> 00:22:00,680 That makes sense. 247 00:22:00,690 --> 00:22:01,900 I have that awareness. 248 00:22:01,900 --> 00:22:05,930 I have that understanding of myself and I can't compensate myself. 249 00:22:05,940 --> 00:22:09,010 But if you're here and you're willing to help, 250 00:22:09,010 --> 00:22:09,940 let's do that. 251 00:22:11,310 --> 00:22:14,460 So having a place to put comments like, 252 00:22:14,470 --> 00:22:15,650 um, 253 00:22:15,660 --> 00:22:16,350 you know, 254 00:22:16,350 --> 00:22:25,390 you don't have to call me so many times or um I really don't think that person is mad at you. 255 00:22:25,400 --> 00:22:25,840 You know, 256 00:22:25,840 --> 00:22:27,590 when we get feedback like that, 257 00:22:27,590 --> 00:22:30,950 it it does help us to have a place where we say, 258 00:22:30,960 --> 00:22:31,650 oh, 259 00:22:32,250 --> 00:22:33,400 I didn't realize that, 260 00:22:33,400 --> 00:22:39,570 but I do know I can make errors in that in that area sometimes. 261 00:22:40,420 --> 00:22:41,170 Um, 262 00:22:41,810 --> 00:22:47,440 I also think that the awareness can be about what we lean toward. 263 00:22:47,450 --> 00:22:50,780 So if we have trouble finding the just right spot, 264 00:22:50,780 --> 00:23:03,780 sometimes we lean toward going toward too much or too little and in my case I lean toward uh leaving too much room or thinking I don't have enough room. 265 00:23:03,780 --> 00:23:05,790 So I lean in the same direction. 266 00:23:07,100 --> 00:23:07,800 Um, 267 00:23:07,810 --> 00:23:17,440 in the case of autism and the categories that we've talked about sometimes that's true for individuals in those categories as well. 268 00:23:17,450 --> 00:23:28,640 So I have clients that always lean toward thinking that they haven't done enough or they always lean toward thinking, 269 00:23:28,900 --> 00:23:29,500 um, 270 00:23:29,510 --> 00:23:36,160 someone's mad at them or thinking that they shouldn't spend money on something. 271 00:23:36,170 --> 00:23:40,680 So they have a way that they lean so they can say to themselves, 272 00:23:40,690 --> 00:23:46,090 I realize about myself that when I am off of just right, 273 00:23:46,090 --> 00:23:48,780 I'm usually in this direction in this category. 274 00:23:50,230 --> 00:23:51,840 That's also helpful. 275 00:23:51,850 --> 00:23:52,600 Um, 276 00:23:52,610 --> 00:23:54,780 because I do think again, 277 00:23:54,780 --> 00:23:56,510 it gives us a place to put things. 278 00:23:56,510 --> 00:24:06,800 So let's say that someone is working on a university project and there's nobody there to guide them through and they're thinking, 279 00:24:08,050 --> 00:24:14,600 I've checked all these specific boxes that the professor asked for, 280 00:24:14,610 --> 00:24:17,390 but I just have this feeling that I should do more. 281 00:24:17,390 --> 00:24:19,290 I know I could do more, 282 00:24:19,300 --> 00:24:21,910 at least they're able to say to themselves, 283 00:24:21,910 --> 00:24:22,590 you know, 284 00:24:22,600 --> 00:24:26,720 when I'm uncertain about whether I've done enough, 285 00:24:26,720 --> 00:24:29,410 usually I've already done too much. 286 00:24:29,420 --> 00:24:30,060 Um, 287 00:24:30,060 --> 00:24:34,730 so that can be a guide for them of sorts where they could say, 288 00:24:34,730 --> 00:24:35,150 okay, 289 00:24:35,150 --> 00:24:36,170 I'm gonna, 290 00:24:36,180 --> 00:24:38,730 I'm gonna complete this task, 291 00:24:38,730 --> 00:24:42,370 I'm gonna call it completed because um, 292 00:24:43,210 --> 00:24:47,890 I know I lean in that direction and I feel like I've ticked the basic boxes. 293 00:24:52,170 --> 00:24:58,140 Another thing that can be helpful then is to have some way to communicate. 294 00:24:58,150 --> 00:25:06,210 Maybe some uh sentences or phrases or ways of putting things that you've practiced ahead of time, 295 00:25:06,890 --> 00:25:13,520 that communicate to others about your difficulty finding just right in a specific area. 296 00:25:15,040 --> 00:25:17,880 So let's take some examples. 297 00:25:17,890 --> 00:25:26,920 And this could be communication beforehand or uh in the midst or after something has happened, 298 00:25:27,960 --> 00:25:29,720 an example would be, 299 00:25:29,730 --> 00:25:42,750 let's say someone is starting a new romantic relationship and they have the self awareness that sometimes when they come home from work, 300 00:25:42,750 --> 00:25:48,130 they are really shut down psychologically and they're in their own head, 301 00:25:48,140 --> 00:25:48,780 you know, 302 00:25:48,780 --> 00:25:53,590 that they don't talk a lot to their partners, 303 00:25:53,590 --> 00:25:59,110 they don't interact much and sometimes partners need something that they aren't, 304 00:25:59,120 --> 00:26:00,180 aren't giving. 305 00:26:00,190 --> 00:26:02,410 So with that awareness, 306 00:26:02,420 --> 00:26:06,300 they could say to the partner ahead of time, 307 00:26:06,930 --> 00:26:07,640 hey, 308 00:26:07,640 --> 00:26:17,420 I'm I've been learning about myself uh and one of the things I've learned is that I guess I tend to be shut down after work when I come home. 309 00:26:17,430 --> 00:26:20,940 So if you need help with something, 310 00:26:20,950 --> 00:26:23,620 if you um you know, 311 00:26:23,620 --> 00:26:27,580 want to tell me a specific story or something that's happened, 312 00:26:27,580 --> 00:26:39,820 you might really just have to um have me look you in the eye and tell me exactly what you need because I might not read the situation very well on my own. 313 00:26:40,550 --> 00:26:43,360 So that would be a case where, 314 00:26:43,370 --> 00:26:44,020 you know, 315 00:26:44,020 --> 00:26:45,950 you have difficulty finding just right, 316 00:26:45,950 --> 00:26:49,600 you're not going to be able to compensate after work, 317 00:26:49,600 --> 00:26:52,210 you're already kind of offline, 318 00:26:52,220 --> 00:27:02,410 but you could explain a bit of the context even though you can't compensate yourself or shift that you could give some context. 319 00:27:03,990 --> 00:27:08,890 I think the value of that is not only giving the person that information, 320 00:27:08,890 --> 00:27:15,040 but I think telling people that you're trying to learn more about yourself, 321 00:27:15,050 --> 00:27:19,350 I think is just a really good thing to communicate. 322 00:27:19,360 --> 00:27:32,340 People value that we all know we're imperfect humans and we're learning about ourselves and we're growing and that we're open to feedback. 323 00:27:32,350 --> 00:27:33,350 So, 324 00:27:33,360 --> 00:27:33,830 you know, 325 00:27:33,830 --> 00:27:36,280 if feel free to give me feedback, 326 00:27:36,280 --> 00:27:49,630 if I'm if I'm offline and and I can try to adjust an example of communicating after the fact or maybe in the midst of a fact. 327 00:27:49,640 --> 00:27:52,540 So let's take a different example. 328 00:27:52,540 --> 00:28:06,350 We're going to take the example of being at work and there is a project that you've been put in charge of and you miss the deadline and your boss is gonna do coaching with you about that. 329 00:28:07,400 --> 00:28:15,290 Um So you get feedback from your boss who is frustrated that the deadline was missed. 330 00:28:15,860 --> 00:28:16,890 That you know, 331 00:28:16,890 --> 00:28:25,660 he he really needs to be able to count on someone that can meet deadlines because these are very important to the bottom line of their department. 332 00:28:25,670 --> 00:28:30,540 And if you can't be a team player and get those deadlines done, 333 00:28:30,540 --> 00:28:34,670 then the whole team suffers again. 334 00:28:34,670 --> 00:28:39,980 This would be an opportunity for you to say in your head, 335 00:28:39,990 --> 00:28:40,380 you know, 336 00:28:40,380 --> 00:28:43,970 to think uh here here, 337 00:28:43,970 --> 00:28:44,860 this comes up. 338 00:28:44,860 --> 00:28:53,530 I know that I do tend to focus on accuracy more than speed and I didn't realize it, 339 00:28:53,530 --> 00:28:58,300 but uh that's come into play here and so out loud to your boss, 340 00:28:58,310 --> 00:29:01,140 you could say a similar thing, 341 00:29:01,140 --> 00:29:02,330 you could say, 342 00:29:03,230 --> 00:29:04,700 you know, 343 00:29:04,710 --> 00:29:07,410 I'm really sorry that that happened, 344 00:29:07,420 --> 00:29:31,260 I've been learning about myself that I really do tend toward getting into the detail and sometimes I sacrifice speed without really meaning to and what I realize helps me is and then you can give a specific thing that you would like. 345 00:29:31,270 --> 00:29:36,870 Um so one of the things an employee might ask for would be, 346 00:29:36,880 --> 00:29:55,720 it would help me if I could set uh deadlines for parts of the project rather than the completion so that I really stay on pace and what I'd like to do for this next project you've given me is break it into six parts and I'm going to, 347 00:29:55,730 --> 00:29:56,390 you know, 348 00:29:56,390 --> 00:30:04,290 give you dates for my deadlines for each of these parts and you can tell me if the deadlines need to be adjusted. 349 00:30:04,800 --> 00:30:11,090 Um so what you're doing is saying I have this self awareness and I'm growing in this area, 350 00:30:11,630 --> 00:30:19,600 you're showing that you're open to feedback and then you're also showing that you're going to try a new strategy. 351 00:30:20,650 --> 00:30:31,310 So sometimes there can be ways of trying to um navigate this difficulty with just right, 352 00:30:31,320 --> 00:30:38,760 we talked before about how another navigation tool might might be rules of thumb or general principles. 353 00:30:38,760 --> 00:30:40,900 So here's my budget, 354 00:30:40,900 --> 00:30:50,230 this is what I'm supposed to spend or not spend or um rules of thumb for completing a university course. 355 00:30:51,540 --> 00:31:10,790 But I think the truth of that struggle of not having that innate feel for just right really is something core in the autism neurology that I haven't found um a way to shift. 356 00:31:10,790 --> 00:31:20,690 I think that's really a core neurologic piece that I'm either too much or too little and if I hit just right, 357 00:31:20,700 --> 00:31:21,590 that's great. 358 00:31:21,590 --> 00:31:23,760 But I have such a hard time staying there. 359 00:31:25,490 --> 00:31:39,900 I want to thank my again for that insight and um I think even when there aren't answers to correct a challenge or to kind of make it easier over time, 360 00:31:39,910 --> 00:31:46,180 I think that awareness that conceptualization that oh why do I do this? 361 00:31:46,180 --> 00:31:48,650 Why am I really good at detail? 362 00:31:48,650 --> 00:31:50,590 But I really struggle with deadlines. 363 00:31:50,600 --> 00:31:54,390 Well this all hangs together neurologically, 364 00:31:54,390 --> 00:32:05,120 it's part of that difficulty finding just right and I do think that that conceptualization that self awareness is important in and of itself. 365 00:32:05,130 --> 00:32:10,960 Um and I do think the understanding that that crosses over categories, 366 00:32:10,970 --> 00:32:21,170 social and task completion and sleep and attention and all of these other things that are really difficult to balance. 367 00:32:22,410 --> 00:32:26,960 Thank you Maya and I hope you all join me for our next episode     

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 68:59


Kid606 [00:39] "Let It Rock" Pretty Girls Make Raves Tigerbeat6 meow132 2006 Hello Mid-Aughties Bay Area IDM. Michael Nesmith [05:32] "Some of Shelley's Blues" Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash Pacific Arts/Island Records ILPS 9440 1977 One of my scores from Amsterdam. "Some of Shelley's Blues was going to be part of the Nashville session The Monkees had in 1968. Prior to this version it was also covered by Linda Ronstadt with the Stone Poney's (https://youtu.be/d9cQBGMzigU), as well as the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (https://youtu.be/BXJiqKgl7BI). Willie Nelson [08:52] "Blue Christmas" Pretty Paper Columbia JC 36189 1979 Having yourself a very Willia xmas? Getting some quality assistance from Booker T on the organ. The title track, made famous by Roy Orbison in 1963, is penned by none other than Willie. Prince [11:31] "I Wanna Be Your Lover" Prince Warner Bros. Records BSK 3366 1979 Prince's sophomore effort and what an effort it is! The album made it to number 22 on the Hot 100, and this lead off single (https://youtu.be/Rp8WL621uGM) hit number 11 on the US charts. Linda Ronstadt [18:29] "Hey Mister, That's Me Up on the Jukebox" Prisoner in Disguise Asylum Records 7E-1045 1975 Linda deftly handling this James Taylor number on this multi-platinum album. Emerson Meyers [22:40] "In Memoriam for Soprano & Tape" Provocative Electronics (Electronic Constructions on Traditional Forms) Westminster Gold WGS-8129 1970 Recorded at the Electronic Music Laboratory of the Catholic University of America, of all places, in 1970. Don't worry, I have an insider checking to see whether his laboratory still exists. The Cramps [27:35] "Goo Goo Muck" Psychedlic Jungle I.R.S. Records SP 70016 1981 How timely! The Cramps very well known version of Ronnie Cook and the Gaylads 1962 single. Record fiend friends, let me tell you that I have had a saved eBay search for that original Ronnie Cook single, and it has yet to go for less than three figures. Here's hoping I find it in a random place someday in the future. Thurston Moore [30:40] "Ono Soul" Psychic Hearts Goofin' Records Goo-010 2006 (originally released on DGC in 1995) Thurston hearts the queen of noise. This album features artwork by the excellent Rita Ackermann. Luna [35:53] "Beautiful View" Pup Tent Teenbeat TEENBEAT 232 1997 The fourth studio album from one of my favorite bands. This is one of the few that was released on vinyl at the time. Of course there's also the big beautiful box set (https://www.discogs.com/master/1027116-Luna-Long-Players-92-99). Purple Mountains [39:34] "She's Making Friends, I'm Turning Stranger" Purple Mountains Drag City DC680 2019 Ugh. Sadly, the final David Berman project. A thoroughly engaging album from start to finish.Interested and brave parties can check out this piece on David Berman's final days in the recent issue of Creem (https://www.creem.com/fresh-creem/david-berman-purple-mountains-final-days-feature). Temptations [43:42] "I Can't Get Next to You" Puzzle People Gordy S-949 1969 Such a hot opening track, this copy has been played many times. I tried to salvage it as best as possible. Number one single from a number 5 album. The Who [46:24] "Bell Boy" Quadrophenia (Music from the Soundtrack of The Who Film) Polydor 2625 037 1979 And what a film it is. Who knew that the king of the mods had a day job? Big Blood [51:21] "1000 Times" QuaranTunes Series No.027 Feeding Tube Records FTR634 2021 One of the things that got me through the stay-at-home phase of the pandemic was all of the excellent livestreams from musicians. This particular one from Portland ME's Big Blood was pretty much transcendtal for me. And this particular track featuring Quinissa on vocals scratched an audio itch that I didn't know I had. To really put it over the top for me, they followed it up with a cover of The Clean's "Anything Could Happen" (https://youtu.be/wPGIJdlOkbw?t=2272). Ultravox [55:20] "We Came to Dance" Quartet Chrysalis CDL 1394 1394 The sixth outing from Midge Ure and company. Oddly, produced by George Martin and less oddly cover design by Peter Saville. This track was the fourth and final single from Quartet. Robyn Hitchcock 'n' the Egyptians [59:34] "Madonna of the Wasps" Queen Elvis A&M Records SP 5241 1989 Another musician who had some great livestreams during stay-at-home along with his partner Emma Swift and Tubby and Ringo and Perry the Lobster. This song will forever be one of my favorites of his. Helped out by usual suspect Peter Buck on guitar here. Japan [01:02:39] "Halloween" Quiet Life Fame FA3037 1982 (originally released in 1979) Japan's third album, transitioning into synth pop territory. Music behind the DJ: "Gomez" by Vic Mizzy

Spawn Camp
Making Friends in a Digital World

Spawn Camp

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 36:52


Sometimes games will dish out a ton of different ways to communicate, and other times gamers will develop their own systems of interaction through sheer willpower alone. Tony and Trinity have come together this week to chat about various in-game messaging systems, the benefits of making friends online, and how sometimes it's the best way to keep up with those closest to us.Surprisingly heartfelt VR Chat conversationContactSpawncamp: Twitter | Instagram | FacebookTony: Twitter | Instagram | Website

Powerhouse Women
Jasmine Star, CEO of Social Curators, On Growing Through Challenges & Making Friends As An Introvert

Powerhouse Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 43:42


When Jasmine Star got on stage at the Powerhouse Women 2022 event and said, “Overwhelm is the abundance of what we once prayed for,” my entire perspective shifted. I invited her on the show today to unpack that message and go a little deeper on how to grow through challenges.  We discuss her backstory and certain mindset pieces that she had to overcome early on in her entrepreneurial journey. As a fellow introvert, Jasmine highlights how she develops friendships and manages how they evolve. Plus, she talks about what she's doing to stay grounded in her vision and intention for this year, which is all about feeling fulfilled as a mom, wife, and business owner.    In this episode we talk about: The moment that Jasmine realized she had the capacity and calling to start a business  Defining what success, freedom, and purpose mean for you  Measuring your progress in an authentic way A powerful exercise to work through moments of overwhelm  Jasmine's strategy for building a network that lifts her up and honors who she really is   If you loved today's episode, please share your favorite takeaways or your own systems and processes by screenshotting this episode and tagging us on Instagram!   Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone!   Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership   CONNECT WITH JASMINE  Follow Jasmine: @jasminestar  Follow Social Curator: @socialcurators  Learn more on Jasmine's website: jasminestar.com  Listen to The Jasmine Star Show     CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN Follow Powerhouse Women: @powerhouse_women Follow Lindsey: @llindseyschwartz Follow Hannah: @hannahmwells Visit the Powerhouse Women website: powerhousewomen.co Join the PW Community Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity

Mondays With Mia
let's chat on making friends & navigating life in college (what I wish I knew)

Mondays With Mia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 22:09


Sending love & productivity your way!!! ♥️ + as always, Rakuten Viki is my favorite place to watch asian dramas! Now you can use my link to get 20% off your first three months with the standard plan! Click the link to start watching dramas with me! https://viki.onelink.me/L8qp/MIA ~ my business email: miaguogo@gmail.com my instagram: https://instagram.com/miaguogo?igshid=17acsbzm5prdg my tiktok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdrvVudp/ MY CODES! stylevana (INF10MIAGUO): 10-15% OFF!: https://www.stylevana.com/en_US/ yesstyle (MIAGUO13): https://www.yesstyle.com/en/home.html?rco=MIAGUO13&utm_term=MIAGUO13&utm_medium=Influencer&utm_source=dynamic&mcg=influencer ordinary affair (MIA10) https://ordinaryaffair.com/ merit beauty (my affiliate link) https://muse.meritbeauty.com/mia9 --- 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/miaguogo/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/miaguogo/support

Mondays With Mia
let's chat on making friends & navigating life in college (what I wish I knew)

Mondays With Mia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 22:09


Sending love & productivity your way!!! ♥️ + as always, Rakuten Viki is my favorite place to watch asian dramas! Now you can use my link to get 20% off your first three months with the standard plan! Click the link to start watching dramas with me! https://viki.onelink.me/L8qp/MIA ~ my business email: miaguogo@gmail.com my instagram: https://instagram.com/miaguogo?igshid=17acsbzm5prdg my tiktok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdrvVudp/ MY CODES! stylevana (INF10MIAGUO): 10-15% OFF!: https://www.stylevana.com/en_US/ yesstyle (MIAGUO13): https://www.yesstyle.com/en/home.html?rco=MIAGUO13&utm_term=MIAGUO13&utm_medium=Influencer&utm_source=dynamic&mcg=influencer ordinary affair (MIA10) https://ordinaryaffair.com/ merit beauty (my affiliate link) https://muse.meritbeauty.com/mia9 --- 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/miaguogo/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/miaguogo/support

Backwards Star Galactica
Making Friends

Backwards Star Galactica

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 37:16


How many friends you got? How'd you make them? Just kidding, don't tell us, keep your weird details to yourself. Join us this week for a couplea Prom Kings like ourselves dishing out advice on how to MAKE FRIENDS as though we know anything about it.POINTS OF INTEREST THIS WEEK INCLUDE:• British folk hero Davey Crockett• Jupiter singing• Strangers in Eataly• Don't put us in a pedal boat~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~(Holler atcha boys on Twitter and check out our MERCH)~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Making Shift Happen
104. Making Friends with Fear in Mountain Biking with Dr. Annie Pendygraft

Making Shift Happen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 59:13


Fear in mountain biking is common - it is an intense sport with higher risks than many other sports, and this fear can sometimes get in the way of your performance. So, I sat down with Licensed Professional Counselor, Dr. Annie Pendygraft, to talk about her signature three-step method to identify and become friends with fear in mountain biking. You're not going to want to miss this episode! You can follow Annie on Instagram at findyourflowmtb to stay current on all of her offerings in the near future - I know I will! Here are some other episodes that may interest you: 61. How do You Overcome Fear After a Crash? 28. Overcoming Fear On+Off the Bike with Joanna Yates Do You Want a Coach to Help Make Training or Nutrition Easier and Simpler for You? If you're ready to finally make some lasting and sustainable changes in your nutrition and/or fitness, then apply to work with me by clicking here. I work with people just like you, and can help you get to a solution faster (and with less frustration) than if you work on it by yourself. #ShredStrong Starts on January 9th (and Every Month)! #ShredStrong is my signature year-round strength and conditioning program specifically for mountain bikers. It includes 3 strength workouts and an intervals session per week that easily fit into biking season, plus a mobility plan to help you relax and stabilize those biking muscles of yours. You also get coaching feedback and guidance from me on your movement that you record and send me via video. All of this is only $49 a month, or $39 a month if you pay for six month in-full (totaling $234). You can join us at the beginning of every month - our next cycle starts on January 2, 2023! Learn more of the details of the program and sign-up HERE!  You can also join my email list here to get the latest news on future cycles of the program that start every 3 months (I only email an average of 1-2 times a month). Want to Connect With Me? If you have any questions, send me an email at jen@shifthumanperformance.com or DM me on Instagram @shifthumanperformance. Lastly, if you found this episode helpful, then please subscribe and share it with your friends. If you loved this episode, then please give it 5 stars. Your support means so much to me, as it helps me grow this podcast!

Hey Friend: The Podcast by @Reaching4Sky
Making Friends with God

Hey Friend: The Podcast by @Reaching4Sky

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 16:09


**Sky's FAVORITE episode to DATE!** In this episode, Skyler responds to an Instagram message about hearing God's voice. Key Points: 1. Trauma Bonding with God vs Building a Friendship 2. If you only talk to God when you're in a storm.... 3. Falling off the wagon (spoiler alert: he still loves you) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reaching4sky/support

Girl Mom Podcast
Ep. 61: Making Friends in College (With Ella Kampakis)

Girl Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 29:46


For girls of all ages, friendships matter, and when you're in college, your friends become your family. They're your home away from home.  Join Kari in this first episode with her oldest daughter, Ella, as she shares wisdom and practical advice on initiating, navigating, and sustaining real friendships. This episode is packed with helpful tips, and you don't want to miss it!Ep. 61 Show Notes:o   Follow Ella on Instagramo   Camp Hollymonto   Kari's books for moms: More Than a Mom and Love Her Wello   Kari's books for teen girls: 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know and Liked: Whose Approval Are You Living For?o   Kari's Blog - www.karikampakis.com/blog/o   Contact:  kari@karikampakis.com, Instagram, and Facebook

Three Dog Yoga Podcast
Making Friends with Twists ... 30 Minutes

Three Dog Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 35:31


do you love twists? hate twists? love to hate twists? this practice is for you. we cover the alignment of twists on the floor and then flow through standing twists in a vigorous salutation series.

This Teenage Life

Hobbies and passion projects are not only fun, they're powerful. They can restore us and serve as outlets for stress relief and creative expression. In this episode of This Teenage Life we share our diversity of hobbies and how they help us.  If you have any ideas for episodes or just want to reach out and say hi, feel free to email us at team@thisteenagelife.org.

OPEN UP with Amira
Making friends with your inner critic and releasing trauma w/ Annalie Howling Ep63

OPEN UP with Amira

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 65:51


Annalie Howling an elite performance coach, joins me today on the podcast. And what an episode it is! She shares how it's taken a lifetime to get vulnerable and how she's evolved since her life working in corporate. She gives us the science in understanding how our inner critic works & how we can befriend it. Annalie shares how she uses EMDR with her clients and how we can have a better understanding of the trauma in our lives. She has over 20 years of experience working with leaders in business, elite sports persons, and members of the Armed Forces, including ex-UK Special Forces. She specialises in transitional support and, through her unique approach, can ensure her clients overcome any self-imposed limitations to achieve their goals and move forward with confidence and a more fulfilling life. Working with FTSE companies and leading organisations as well as private clients, Annalie acts as a fierce accountability partner to those she coaches. By uncovering her clients' unique attributes and skills, they are able to shape their own successful and authentic leadership style. Annalie's private clients are high level achievers from the world of business, sport and the armed forces, and each programme is tailored to suit individual needs. Annalie is a sought-after speaker and experienced facilitator, author, commentator, and podcast guest. Having spoken at multiple global conferences during her career, she has successfully transferred her skills from in-person conferences to webinars and has found the results to be very positive. As an Ambassador for the charity Hire A Hero UK, Annalie mentors ex-veterans through the transition to civilian life. Topics we discuss: - How to show up vulnerably - Understanding how our brains have evolved - Surviving in a high performance culture - Masking your authenticity - Our biggest fear as humans - Dealing with your inner critic - Anxiety v Social Phobia and using self-compassion - What trauma really means - 5 trauma responses - 3 quick fire round Links: https://incasaconsulting.com/annalie.html https://www.instagram.com/annaliehowling/?hl=en

New Books Network
The Little Way: Making Friends with the Saints

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 41:54


Lauren Nelson discusses St. Thérèse of Lisieux, the Little Way, the communion of saints, which is really quite close. She also talks about her ministries and classes and what St. Thérèse has taught he about life and being a mother. Lauren Nelson's classes are here. The Coffee & Catholics podcast is here. The Gathering Manna Facebook community is here. St. Thérèse of Lisieux's The Story of a Soul is available here. An audio recording is here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Christian Studies
The Little Way: Making Friends with the Saints

New Books in Christian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 41:54


Lauren Nelson discusses St. Thérèse of Lisieux, the Little Way, the communion of saints, which is really quite close. She also talks about her ministries and classes and what St. Thérèse has taught he about life and being a mother. Lauren Nelson's classes are here. The Coffee & Catholics podcast is here. The Gathering Manna Facebook community is here. St. Thérèse of Lisieux's The Story of a Soul is available here. An audio recording is here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/christian-studies

Galen Call's Sermon Library
"God's Wisdom For Our World: Making Friends" - January 31, 1993

Galen Call's Sermon Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 32:53


SheShe Beau
Overcoming Loneliness/ Making friends/ Coach Session ft Coach Lee Hopkins!

SheShe Beau

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 52:21


Tune in with us and discuss how to overcome loneliness, how to make friends and finding tribe. He also gave ya girl a personal session as well! Coach Lee Hopkins handles: Website: www.patternsofpossibility.com Instagram: @patternsofpossibiilty Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Apple Podcast: @Patterns Of Possibility Schedule A Free Close Connections Assessment, scroll down below and you find the booking information to connect with Coach Lee. Handles you can find me at: Anchor: Can I Talk A Lil Ish Spotify: Can I Talk A Lil Ish Castbox: Can I Talk A Lil Ish Apple Podcast: Can I Talk A Lil Ish and where ever else you find podcast Facebook(group): Hey, Hey Y'all Instagram: can_i_talk_alil_ish Twitter: SheShe Beau Email: sheshebeaupod@gmail.com Voice Message Link: https://anchor.fm/sheshebeau18/message --- 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/sheshebeau18/message

English Kids Story with Katrina
Holidays - New Year's Day - Making friends

English Kids Story with Katrina

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 4:28


A new year is time for new things. Tina can make a new friend. See story notes on my website: https://linktr.ee/katrinahao

Gay Men Going Deeper
Making Friends

Gay Men Going Deeper

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 73:29


Research has shown that quality friendships are fundamental to the mental and emotional well-being of 2SLGBTQ+ individuals. A close-knit circle of friends can help us feel less alone, affirm our identity, and alleviate the stressors that come with being part of a stigmatized minority group. But making friends can be challenging for many reasons. In this episode, we're exploring the topic of making friends, and answering these questions: What is the hardest part about making new friendships and how do you deal with it? How can you become more “likable” to others and still honour your individuality? What steps can you take to expand your social network? Whether you want to make more friends or improve the friendships you already have, this episode will give you plenty of tips and insights that will help you improve your social circle. Today's episode is sponsored by Manscaped: Get 20% OFF on all items + Free Shipping with promo code GMGD at MANSCAPED.com! Take the Attachment Style Quiz! Watch this ep on YouTube - Connect with us - Join the private Facebook community Take our "Building Better Relationships" course Take our "Healing Your Shame" course Coaching Collection Instagram Patreon

Pruning To Prosper - Clutter, Money, Meals and Mindset for the Catholic Mom
Episode 79. [Mindset] Do You Assume This? Making Friends As An Adult

Pruning To Prosper - Clutter, Money, Meals and Mindset for the Catholic Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 8:08


Opening Bible verse: Matthew 1:18-25 I'm trying to make friends with the mommies at our new school.  In today's episode I share an assumption I tend to make and how wrong it is.  Perhaps you too are making this assumption. In today's opening Bible passage we hear how the history of the world could have been different had Joseph believed the assumption he had made.   In 2023, I'm out to make friends...who's coming with me!? I'm going to change this narrative in my head and see what happens.   May 2023 bring you peace, health, prosperity and new friends! XOXO, Gina Did you know I offer 1:1 virtual coaching as well as in-person coaching and decluttering? Stuff, money, meals, and mindset are all the things I love to discuss, place God at the center and look out! Recipe for success. Email me at: tightshipmama@gmail.com to schedule your complimentary half hour discovery call.  

This Teenage Life
One year, one word.

This Teenage Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 19:03


On this episode, we reflect on the past year, using one word to sum it up — a great idea from one of the teens. Then, we set intentions for our next revolution around the sun together:) We are so grateful to have you as a listener and, as always, love hearing from you. Feel free to reach out and say hi or share your ideas for episodes at team@thisteenagelife.org. Happy New Year from the This Teenage Life team and talk to you in 2023!

Great Women in Compliance
Karina Vollmer – Making Friends and Influencing People

Great Women in Compliance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 23:46


Welcome to the Great Women in Compliance Podcast, co-hosted by Lisa Fine and Mary Shirley. One of the most critical aspects of the role of a Compliance Officer is establishing the reputation of the function as being one which is approachable and reliable.  One of the colleagues Mary has admired the most in being successful in this respect, is Karina Vollmer.  The two worked together at Tata Communications in Singapore and take a walk down memory lane to share some thoughts from the past that allow introverts like Mary to learn from extroverts like Karina.  Karina is originally from Indonesia and takes the opportunity to share with the GWIC audience some of the unique cultural aspects of the country that may impact the role of global compliance officers in multi-national corporations. As a mother of two and a Chief Compliance Officer, Karina has a lot going on.  Her discussion builds on an earlier podcast episode with Sue Scott (Great Women in Compliance episode #173) where she addresses the common issue of mum/mom guilt.  The Great Women in Compliance Podcast is on the Compliance Podcast Network with a selection of other Compliance related offerings to listen in to.  If you are enjoying this episode, please rate it on your preferred podcast player to help other likeminded Ethics and Compliance professionals find it.  If you have a moment to leave a review at the same time, Mary and Lisa would be so grateful.  You can also find the GWIC podcast on Corporate Compliance Insights where Lisa and Mary have a landing page with additional information about them and the story of the podcast.  Corporate Compliance Insights is a much-appreciated sponsor and supporter of GWIC, including affiliate organization CCI Press publishing the related book; “Sending the Elevator Back Down, What We've Learned from Great Women in Compliance” (CCI Press, 2020).  If you enjoyed the book, the GWIC team would be very grateful if you would consider rating it on Goodreads and Amazon and leaving a short review.  Don't forget to send the elevator back down by passing on your copy to someone who you think might enjoy reading it when you're done, or if you can't bear parting with your copy, consider it as a holiday or appreciation gift for someone in Compliance who deserves a treat. You can subscribe to the Great Women in Compliance podcast on any podcast player by searching for it and we welcome new subscribers to our podcast. Join the Great Women in Compliance community on LinkedIn here. 

Let's Thrive
making friends as an adult, holiday blues, and a body image reframe

Let's Thrive

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 28:33


an up close & personal convo on making friends as an adult, the holiday blues, and *the* body image reframe I swear by. this solo may be a bit rambly and a bit emotional, but it's from the heart

Talking To Teens
Ep 221: The Forgotten Power of Friendship

Talking To Teens

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 27:09


Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episodeWe often place our romantic relationships above all else–just look how many new dating apps are invented every year! We pledge to love each other until death does us part, assuming that our perfect soulmate might be the only person we'll ever need. And although love, marriage and the baby carriage can bring us plenty of joy, we sometimes forget about a tried-and-true source of support and kindness–friendship.Unfortunately, we often treat friendship as secondary, when we should be doing the opposite. Our friendships tend to outlast those romantic relationships…even when we thought that love was forever. Plus, having strong friendships has been linked to higher self-esteem, greater levels of empathy, and an overall increase in quality of life. This especially true for teens, who are still learning how to forge strong relationships of all kinds.So how can we encourage teens to make more friends? We're asking Marisa Franco, author of Platonic: How the Science of Attachment Can Help You Make—and Keep—Friends. Marisa is a professor at the University of Maryland who writes regularly for Psychology Today. She's also been featured in media outlets like the New York Times, NPR, and Good Morning America!In our interview, Marisa and I are talking about why our culture stopped valuing friendship–and why we need to start prioritizing our friends again. We also discuss tips and tricks for making new friends, and how traits like authenticity and vulnerability can lead to deeper, more satisfying friendships.Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode

The Expat Cast
Making Friends Abroad with Hannah Teslin

The Expat Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 35:51


Season 7, Episode 11. Hannah Teslin moved to Germany years ago for a relationship. When it ended, she found herself in a situation where she had to rebuild her life in Germany, but this time, for herself. Her path to independence involved plenty of trial and error, but Hannah managed to create a beautiful life for herself, now with an amazing job where she works for herself, a wonderful, supportive partner, and most importantly a fantastic group of girlfriends! In this week's episode, Hannah and Nicole focus on how to make friends abroad. Between the two of them, they've tried it all, from sports groups to events to apps. Plus, they explore how friendships abroad grow and change over time, with new jobs, new romantic partners, or even new geographical changes - and what it's like to go through a friend-breakup abroad.   4GEPADFO Donate to Krisenchat Ukrainian   FIND HANNAH Previous appearances on The Expat Cast, here and here On Instagram On TikTok   REVIEW On Apple Podcasts On Podchaser On my website   CONNECT theexpatcast.com Instagram @theexpatcast  Twitter @theexpatcast 

Encouraging Discipling Communities
Pastors3 - Advent 2022 W2 - Making Friends with the Psalms

Encouraging Discipling Communities

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 25:00


Pastor Eric and Pastor Susan spend some time chatting about Susan's sermon.  Advent meditation pageSupport the showThe Village Churchvillagersonline@gmail.comThe Village Church meets at 10a and 5p on Sundays1926 N Cloverland Ave, Tucson AZ 85712Mail: PO Box 30790, Tucson AZ 85751

Miss Heard Song Lyrics
Season 4 Episode 171: Making Friends

Miss Heard Song Lyrics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 19:04


Miss Heard celebrates Season 4, Episode 171 with her first ever Fleetwood Mac misheard lyric due to the recent passing of band member Christine McVie. So many hits from this powerhouse band and you will learn why Christine McVie moved from another band to Fleetwood Mac and how Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham joined on later. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics Or iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and many more platforms under Podcast name “Miss Heard Song Lyrics” Don't forget to subscribe/rate/review to help our Podcast in the ratings. #missheardsonglyrics #missheardsongs #missheardlyrics #misheardsonglyrics #misheardsongs #ChristineMcVie #FleetwoodMac #TangointheNight #LittleLies #MakingFriends #MakingPlans   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCGD9dT12C0 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Lies https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christine_McVie https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buckingham_Nicks https://www.songfacts.com/facts/fleetwood-mac/little-lies https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindsey_Buckingham

Loveline with Dr. Chris
Making Friends As An Adult

Loveline with Dr. Chris

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 48:14


Making Friends As An Adult Monday, December 5th, 2022

Loveline with Amber Rose
Making Friends As An Adult

Loveline with Amber Rose

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 48:14


Making Friends As An Adult Monday, December 5th, 2022

Saint Michael and All Angels Sermons
"Making Friends" - The Rev. Dr. Christopher D. Girata

Saint Michael and All Angels Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 10:11


The Rev. Dr. Christopher D. Girata - "Making Friends"

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This Teenage Life
Academic Pressure

This Teenage Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 24:01


In this episode we talk about our experiences of academic pressure and academic validation and how it makes us feel.   This episode is sponsored by the XQ Institute. Check out their journalism challenge for 13-18 year olds based in the U.S. at: https://xqsuperschool.org/rethinktogether/2022-student-journalism-challenge/

Mary's Cup of Tea Podcast: the Self-Love Podcast for Women
#142: Making Friends as an Adult - Where, How, and Why

Mary's Cup of Tea Podcast: the Self-Love Podcast for Women

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 37:49


Have you ever felt like making friends as an adult nearly impossible?! Like WHERE do you find like-minded people and HOW do you go from strangers to besties? In this episode, Mary shares her advice for making new friendships and strengthening your existing ones. You will learn... the mindset and energy you MUST embody to make new friends WHERE to find potential friends (the answer might surprise you!) how to talk to people without being awkward Remember: people can and will surprise you once you open your heart to genuine connection. If you enjoyed this episode, screenshot it and tag @maryspodcast on social media! And make sure to get Mary's two books on self-love: The Gift of Self-Love: https://maryscupoftea.com/gift-of-self-love. This is a self-love workbook that will help you build confidence, recognize your worth, and learn to finally love yourself. 100 Days of Self-Love: maryscupoftea.com/journal. This is a guided journal with 100 prompts to help you calm self-criticism and learn to love who you are.

We Are Already Free
Fia - Why making friends with your demons can help you to live a better life; Shedding Skins; Belonging, purpose, and faith beyond religion; The value of being you…and much more #017

We Are Already Free

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 45:55


If you've been feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or stuck, the energetic frequency of today's guest Fia is medicine for gentle surrender to the beauty of this moment. Soak in the the energy of surrender, faith, trust, and love…this episode is for you.Welcome to We Are Already Free, a podcast helping free people and down-to-earth seekers to live their truth and be the change. If you're done with paying attention to buy more of the life you DON'T want, and you're ready to reconnect with the curiosity, joy, and wonder that you knew as a child…then this podcast is for you.Based in the countryside north of Stockholm, Fia Forsström (known mononymously as Fia) is a spiritual singer/songwriter who, with her inspirational lyrics and catchy melodies, has a unique way of weaving music that empowers the listener to drop deeper into themselves and find their own medicine. Since the release of her debut album "Made of Stars" in 2016, Fia has been touring worldwide and continues to touch hearts wherever she goes. Building a solid platform through social media and word of mouth, Fia took her place as one of the leading voices on the spiritual music scene with ”Legacy of Light” in 2017 and ”Waterfall of Wisdom” in 2019. Both of them, like the debut, were recorded and released through crowdfunding. Since then, several EPs, singles and various collaborations have taken place and in autumn/winter 2022 she enters the studio to create her fourth album.When my sweetheart Carly introduced me to Fia's song Shedding Skins a few years ago, it instantly became a soundtrack to my own dark night of the soul. It encouraged me to keep going, to befriend the most shadowy parts of myself, and to keep showing up for the present moment. I still listen to it regularly.Some of the things we get into in this episode include:Why making friends with your demons can help you to live a better lifeWhy turning inward is the greatest gift for ourselves and all our relationsHow spending time in nature is a recalibrationA simple way to connect with belonging, purpose, and faith beyond religionHow Fia's dark night of the soul turned her spark into a fireNear the end: Why you should be yourself, stay curious, not take things too seriously, and trust your inner knowingJoin The CommunityYou're invited to join the We Are Already Free community to: meet other listeners from around the worldcomment directly on episodes and chat with other listenersask questionsfind all the show-notes in one easy place, with searchable infosupport the ongoing production of the podcastJoin the community now for only $7, at https://alreadyfree.me/yes How to support yourself, the planet, and this podcast:Support the wisdom and sovereignty of indigenous tribes by using this affiliate link to shop at Four Visions Market (use discount code ALREADYFREE for 10% off your first purchase).Access podcast show-notes chat, meet other listeners, and more.Join as a full member of the We Are Already Free community to access the morning practice challenge, live events, community chat, future courses, and more...Sign up for the 5 Day Morning Practice Challenge...

The Clinical Consult
Dr. Marisa G. Franco on the Science of Attachment and Making Friends

The Clinical Consult

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 43:37


Dr. Marisa G. Franco, author of Platonic: How The Science of Attachment Can Help You Make—and Keep—Friends, explores how attachment... View More The post Dr. Marisa G. Franco on the Science of Attachment and Making Friends appeared first on National Register.

The Nest Podcast with Estella Coghlan
making friends in college

The Nest Podcast with Estella Coghlan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 61:59


Hey what's up guys! I am a little bit random with my life updates, but I give you an inside scoop on my Thanksgiving. I also dive into the topic of college and more specifically making friends in college. It definitely can be scary and challenging, but I share my advice for making friends in college.Join me every TUESDAY for a new episode (or most Tuesdays, sometimes life throws other plans at me, but I do my best to get an episode out every Tuesday).Don't forget to rate and review the podcast and follow the Instagram @thenestpodcastwithestella.

Satellite Sisters
Living Solo + Making Friends, 2023 Travel Adventures, Surprising Hair Facts!

Satellite Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:27


Living Solo and Making Friends, Travel Adventures for 2023, Investigative Report Brings Hair Facts! Lian, Julie and Liz have much to discuss. Irene Cara, RIP.  Lian knew every word of every song on that Fame album.  https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-11-26/fame-and-flashdance-singer-actor-irene-cara-dies-at-63 Top travel experiences in 2023. The NYT and Julie have recommendations. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/17/t-magazine/travel-destinations-experiences.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share&referringSource=articleShare Oh no! Mauna Loa volcano on the Big Island just blew.  Liz is headed there.  https://www.cnn.com/2022/11/28/weather/hawaii-mauna-loa-volcano-eruption/index.html The Power of Companionship + Friendship: Gen X'ers + Boomers Living Alone:  https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/27/us/living-alone-aging.html Why Can't Men Make Close Friends? https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/28/well/family/male-friendship-loneliness.html?smtyp=cur&smid=tw-nytimes Tuesday Trends: Tights No Pants? https://www.eonline.com/news/1355503/kendall-jenner-makes-a-case-for-not-wearing-pants-just-tights-this-fall Digging Holes as a Stress Reliever https://gorgenewscenter.com/2022/11/09/dig-this-if-youre-stressed-grab-a-shovel/ Freudenfreunde: Find joy in others' happiness https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/25/well/mind/schadenfreude-freudenfreude.html Satellite Sisters Investigative Report: Air Drying vs Blow-Drying!  https://www.realsimple.com/air-dry-vs-blow-dry-6826814?hid=d7de178f818665548fc876721a2fc6230ab3a454&did=877088-20221127&utm_campaign=rs-daily-finds_newsletter&utm_source=realsimple.com&utm_medium=email&utm_content=112722&cid=877088&mid=103026116014&lctg=16246468 Thank you to our sponsors and to listeners who uses these special urls and promo codes: MeUndies     https://meundies.com/sisters Everlywell     https:everlywell.com/sisters Masterclass https://masterclass.com/sisters Entertaining Sisters:  Glass Onion - The Knives Out sequel  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5ibYSz8C0 Bruce Springsteen interviewed by Howard Stern on HBOMax: https://www.hbo.com/movies/the-howard-stern-interview-bruce-springsteen Satellite Sisters Holiday Book List Recommendations at Bookshop.org to support indow bookstores: https://bookshop.org/lists/satellite-sisters-holiday-2022-great-gifts Satellite Sisters Holiday Wrap Party is Sunday Dec 11 at 7 POST YOUR TOAST here on the comments section and don't forget to subscribe.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyFthzQ9ShU&t=29s Sign up for our weekly newsletter PEP TALK here: https://conta.cc/2OxTnog Go to the Satellite Sisters website here: https://satellitesisters.com SHOP the Satellite Sisters Shop here: https://www.cafepress.com/satellitesi... Subscribe to the Satellite Sisters YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVkl... JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: -  Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SatelliteSis... Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/satel... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/satsisters/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SatSisters -  Email: hello@satellitesisters.com Lian Dolan on Instagram @liandolan: https://www.instagram.com/liandolan/ Liz Dolan on Instagram @satellitesisterliz: https://www.instagram.com/satellitesi... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dear Nina: Conversations About Friendship
Trying One New Thing Every Day to Make Friends: with Pam Lamp, Ep. 39

Dear Nina: Conversations About Friendship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 24:02


Welcome to another episode of Dear Nina: Conversations About Friendship. I'm your host, Nina Badzin. In episode 39, I spoke to Pam Lamp who has a fun and helpful story about making new friends at 57-years-old when she moved to Nashville with her husband and had to rebuild her social life.Pam's story spoke to me because I often hear from listeners and readers who struggle to make new friends as an adult. I don't think people realize how much work and humility it takes. You truly have to take the initiative and not worry about being the one to reach out several times in a row. Even many times in a row!Find the show notes here. Meet Pam Lamp:For more than six years, Pam Lamp has explored one new thing—every single day. At Who I Met Today she writes about these discoveries and the inspiring people she's met along the way. Find Pam on Facebook and Instagram.Let's connect! Here's my Substack newsletter about friendship & moreInstagram  Twitter JOIN the Dear Nina Facebook group Ask an anonymous questionIf you like what you're hearing,  please tell a friend!Also, if you can rate and/or leave a review on Apple Podcasts, I'd be so grateful.

RAD Radio
11.18.22 RAD 04 Making Friends At Brine A Palooza & Home Run Ball Update

RAD Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 25:18


Making Friends At Brine A Palooza & Home Run Ball UpdateSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wally Show Podcast
How to Support Your Kids Without Lying: November 15, 2022

Wally Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 50:47


TWS News 1: Making Friends as Adults – 00:35How to Support Your Kids Without Lying – 3:53Mind Blown – 9:22TWS News 2: Christmas Story House – 14:38Are You Kidding Me: What You Like About Thanksgiving – 17:43Good News Giddy Up – 23:54TWS News 3: People We're Thankful For – 26:28How to Turn Down Giving to Charity – 29:08Rock Report: Kate Winslet's Good Deed – 35:42Match-a-Mania Game – 38:395 Calls Calls It: Air Tags for Dementia – 44:40You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies