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Andrew speaks with retired professor and published author, James Garbarino. James has specialized in studying what causes violence in children, how they cope with it and how to rehabilitate them. James Garbarino has served as consultant or adviser to a wide range of organizations, including the National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse, the National Institute for Mental Health, the American Medical Association, the National Black Child Development Institute, the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect, and the FBI. Podcast Promo: Human Monsters Available on all podcast platforms Human Monsters | a podcast by Morgan Rector (podbean.com)www.unforbiddentruthpodcast.com
A little chit-chat episode after a break, I've been listening to my body's need for rest with a personal conversation about self-neglect. We talk about: Letting go of control (coping mechanism/trauma response) Inner Child Needs The Healing Journey Lots of personal exploration This and more, in today's episode. Thank you SO much for tuning into today. To support Inlightin, please share this episode, rate on Spotify, and review on Apple (thank you bb) If you have any questions from today's episode, email me. DM me on Insta to join book club :D @iamsteviemooon Until next time . . . Stay Curious & Be Conscious. ~Stevie Moon
Maybe it's my fault. I've written and spoken for years about how beneficial it is to be creating content consistently. Now, some of you are feeling guilty if you aren't being consistent with it.You might even be letting it stop you from doing gentle launches on a consistent basis... Discuss here:https://youtu.be/BeTVIPw7CpM
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and biographer Plutarch's short work On Controlling Anger. This episode focuses specifically on his discussion of the causes of anger, which he views as multiple and different for different people. Still, contempt and neglect are main causes of anger according to Plutarch. You can find the copy of the text I am using for this sequence on Plutarch's On Controlling Anger here - https://amzn.to/3gpyrS3 To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler (Amazon links are associate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases)
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When William was in high school, his home was riddled with emotional pain and conflict. Eventually, his parents got divorced. That led to struggles in his relationships, especially with handling conflict and breaking up prematurely because he didn't want to get hurt. But the pain didn't end there. After suffering from neglect and severe bullying, William was involved in a horrible accident that left him severely injured. In this episode, he shares what happened and how his pain now has purpose. He offers advice to anyone suffering too.Visit William's website or YouTube channelShownotes
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Walter Shaub, an Obama-era ethics chief just said President Biden's mishandling of classified documents is nothing like the Trump situation, elaborating that Biden's "retention of classified records reflects an inexcusable neglect of the most basic security protocols." Jordan, Logan, and the Sekulow team provide the latest details and give their analysis on the investigation into President Biden. This and more today on Sekulow.
Today is Wednesday, Jan. 11. Here are your top stories from around the Fargo, North Dakota area. InForum Minute is a product of Forum Communications, brought to you by reporters from The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and WDAY TV. For more news from throughout the day, go to InForum.com.
When Medicaid and Medicare programs pay for nursing home or hospice care, the government requires participating hospitals, nursing homes and hospice providers to protect individuals from abuse or neglect. But federal requirements may differ, leaving…
Step family: the pros and cons of merging a new family with an old family. You send your kid(s) to family members because your spouse all of a sudden doesn't want your child(ren) in the house. What is too much when one has to deal with a child or children that aren't biologically yours? On this episode, my guest, Abiola Adebajo, sheds light on ways love can be shared equally in a blended family. "I won't be choosing my wife or my daughter if I am ever in a situation where I have to choose one. Everybody should know their place". This is a must listen! #MemoirOfANaijaGirl is available on YouTube: like, comment and Subscribe. Podcast is available on all pod. Platforms. @helen.moang on Instagram!
Amazon Books In the new book "For my sisters" by author Virginia Mueller, readers are taken on a beautiful journey of discovery and understanding. Through her unique storytelling style, she shares the story of a group of mentally unhappy individuals who have managed to get away with unthinkable treatment and acts toward young ladies. With an unflinching look at their behaviors and attitudes, she sheds light on why these men should not be in positions of power over vulnerable people. Book description: From adolescent to young men, a group of mentally unhappy individuals, have gotten away with the unthinkable treatment and acts toward young ladies. Fortunately, their bad habits comes to an abrupt halt. Jacob not wanting to be associated with them, did the unthinkable. He clearly made his point that their behavior will never, ever, be tolerated.
Scoot talks to WWL listeners about how crime in the city has gotten so out of control, and the problem so widespread with so many contributing factors, one can scarcely call us a civilized city anymore
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Doing science reminds Stuart Firestein of an old saying: “It's very difficult to find a black cat in a dark room. Especially when there is no cat.” Before studying biology and becoming a professor at Columbia University in New York, Stuart worked for many years in the theater. In this episode, he talks about how he doesn't miss the creativity or the spirit of the theater, as he finds all of that in science. For Stuart, ignorance and creativity are two horses pulling the same wagon of science, and lab meetings are center stage for both. To make progress, Stuart finds pluralism of enormous value – and crucial to pluralism is the ability to fail. For more information on Night Science, visit https://www.biomedcentral.com/collections/night-science .
Northwest Bible Church – Jan. 1, 2023 – Book of Job – Alan Conner Job 29-31 Job and Jesus Intro Job is a type of Christ. What is typology? A. HIGHLY EXALTED (ch. 29). 1. God's previous care (Job 29:2-6). 2. Honored by young and old (Job 29:7-11). 3. Righteous judgments (Job 29:12-17). 4. Confident of the future (Job 29:18-20). 5. Exalted status as a chief and king (Job 29:21-25). How does this prefigure Jesus Christ? B. GREATLY AFFLICTED (ch. 30). 1. Mocked by youths from wicked fathers (Job 30:1-15). 2. Rejected by God (Job 30:16-23). 3. The agony of his suffering (Job 30:24-31). How does this prefigure Jesus Christ? C. UTTERLY INNOCENT (ch. 31). 1. Fear of divine judgment on sin (Job 31:1-40). a. Lust (Job 31:1-4). b. Falsehood (Job 31:5-8). c. Adultery (Job 31:9-12). d. Mistreat servants (Job 31:13-15). e. Abuse of needy (Job 31:16-23). f. Idolatry (Job 31:24-28). g. Rejoiced at misfortune of enemies (Job 31:29-30). h. Neglect the traveler (Job 31:31-32). i. Concealed sin (Job 31:33-34). j. Abuse of the land (Job 31:38-40). 2. Appeal to God for an answer (Job 31:35-37). How does this prefigure Jesus Christ? Conclusion
Introduction: Why I Shouldn't Neglect the Message of Salvation: (Hebrews 2:1-4) Because this offer doesn't Last Forever . (Heb 2:1-2) "All you need to do to go to hell is do nothing." - John MacArthur Because God Himself Said That It's True . (Heb 2:3-4) Hint: Highlight blanks above for answers! Small Group DiscussionRead Hebrews 2:1-4What was your big take-away from this passage / message?What are some reasons/excuses people give for neglecting the free gift of salvation in Jesus? Why do none of these reasons/excuses hold any water?Reread Hebrews 2:1-4: How can we know that the message of salvation is trustworthy and reliable?BreakoutPray for one another
As with all past ‘Reflection' year-end mixes, I start with a collection of music I have enjoyed over the past year. Through the process of compiling a mix, songs are whittled down and selected from this collection. This means many of my favorite tracks and albums are often omitted in this process, due to the need for them to fit in a mix that comes together as organically as possible. As I say every year, this isn't a definitive ‘best-of' list, but a selection of just *some* of my favorite music from the year in one easily listenable format. It's the most enjoyable way for me to boil down the music I've loved from the year using these self-imposed restrictions, for you to then enjoy and hopefully discover more. I encourage you to use the mix to jump off and explore each artist, listen to the album in full and see what else is on the label (and check the Buy Music Club list at the bottom). Of course, releases or aliases that are a part of our own label/s are not considered for this mix (head over here for our label-specific 2022 showcase!), and if you want to see the majority of what I've been supporting, head over to my Bandcamp collection.~Mixes paint a memory, and in many ways better than a photo. That's half the reason I do these year-end mixes. Listening back to some of the past ten ‘Reflection on' editions, each one still does the job of invoking specific memories for me. From the time I made the mix or tracks that trigger a time and place, maybe a gig I went to, an album that soundtracked a special moment, or just a record that didn't leave my turntable. All of these things influence what tracks go into my year-end mix. It makes it challenging to try and capture, but also rewarding when I come out of the other side with something to listen back to that really shaped my year in listening. Despite this feature taking many, many hours, it's much easier than doing a list, because not only do I dislike ranking music, but I really enjoy putting together mixes (so any excuse really!).I haven't written in-depth track notes for the past few Reflection mixes, mostly due to the sheer high number of track inclusions, but I want to go into depth on the inclusions this time around. I miss writing about music here, and it's been a few years now since I've even posted a review. So hit play below, keep scrolling for the track notes, and link to a BuyMusicClub list to support all the featured music. astrangelyisolatedplace · ASIP - Reflection on 2022 Listen on Soundcloud, or the ASIP Podcast.Download MP3~Firstly, let's sweep it under the rug; I've broken the biggest rule of the mix and included a track that wasn't from 2022 (in fact, a couple aren't strictly, but more on that later). The first track (and album), by maarja nut and ruum was such a lovely discovery for me this year that I missed in 2018, it accidentally slipped into my 2022 playlist due to being on high rotation. Of course, it was the very first track in the mix that set the tone- a hard one to undo when you've completed the set. So, because I have no one to answer to but myself, it stays! And I doubt you will regret this decision either if this album is new to you. Malibu made an appearance in 2020's mix, and she's perhaps a good reason for igniting a stronghold in female vocal led-ambient music recently. But few attempts are as ethereal as Malibu's latest, going full-on Salt Tank (as a fellow Trance lover nicely put it once).Ecovillage have made some gorgeous music over the years, and their latest album was a work of collaborations with some impressive producers such as Fennesz and harpist Nailah Hunter. My favorite track of the bunch was Memories of Spring featuring Japanese vibraphone player Masayoshi Fujita (the Erased Tapes stalwart). Raum, a collaborative project by Jefre Cantu-Ledesma and Liz Harris (Grouper) released a long-awaited follow-up to their 2013 album, and it didn't disappoint. Whilst used more as a texture/segue in this mix, I encourage you to explore the full album. And, in a nod to Liz Harris' involvement in the artwork for one of our releases this year, it felt fitting to include her project in this mix (thanks Liz!).I've admired GiGi FM's DJ'ing abilities for a few years now (check out her isolatedmix) but only last year did she debut her production chops with Kiwi Synthesis Diary 21k. I didn't get around to listening to the album until this year (along with her latest, Magnetite EP) and so it didn't make last year's mix which was already out in the world. So here's another little cheat, albeit a very short inclusion. You can't say "In Every Dream Home A Heartache” without reading it like the Roxy Music intro, and Romance and Dean Hurley's similarly named album is just as memorable for me in many ways. Whilst this track is not my favorite from the album, it reminds me of the church bells and distant music playing from across the farm fields in my hometown back in England.Fallen, aka Lorenzo Bracaloni seems to have released quite a few albums this year, but I was introduced to Moonlight Romance by Noah M (who creates many of our own artworks and was behind the art for this one). It's like a new-new-age album, full of life and color, and a really pleasant listen from front to back.One thing I find hard with this annual mix is whether to include tracks that have appeared in some other mixes of mine this year. Ultimately, I want to try and present new listening experiences with each mix, but then again, I am sure it's very few of you who actually listen to all of them!… . Steve Roach's What Remains appeared in a previous mix of mine this year, but this track is him at his very best. Refined, patient, bellowing, and glistening - a master of the style.Pretty sure nthng has appeared in the last two Reflection mixes, but what can I say… whether he is releasing pounding atmospheric techno or soaring trance-inducing textures like this one, he somehow manages to draw me in with each of his releases. (I think, secretly, he's a trance head and there's a subconscious/ telepathic attraction going on between us).At this point I got lost in the bellows of the last few tracks, so decided to find a way out of this musical chapter, and IKSRE provided a nice euphoric bridge with her vocals. Released on the ‘Healing Together' compilation curated by Cynthia Bernard / Marine Eyes, plenty of tracks from this comp could've made it onto this mix, so you know what to do after...There was no doubt I was going to try and include a Norm Chambers track in here somewhere, both due to his unfortunate passing this year and his undeniable contribution to the ambient and experimental community. I seeked out a jolt in the mix at this point, so his music didn't go unnoticed. As someone I follow recently said, you could make five mixes from his library of music and each one would sound different. Thank you for the music Norm - RIP.Chicago artists Purelink seems to be at the front of this new 'jungle/beat infused choppy ambience™, that I've seen becoming quite popular lately (how old do I sound). And one member of this trio features a bit later under a different alias. There is lots to explore in this world - whether it be following each of the member artists, their labels, or some of their own self-released music on Bandcamp. This track fits my dreamy chill-out world perfectly and was a much-needed segue into a more beat-driven chapter of the mix. Spoiler alert, Mikkel Rev will be making an appearance in the ASIP fam in 2023, so until he does, he's OK to be included in this mix (!) As part of the Ute Collective hailing from Norway, it's another rabbit hole of amazing young talent should you be into the more trance-infused sound of ambient music (or indeed, full-on trance music - plenty of that there). He makes some superb atmospheric chugging downtempo that ranges from the delicate to the beat-driven.Whenever a new Biosphere album drops, it's met with slight trepidation on my end. Not least because his albums take forever to reach the US on vinyl, but, how do you live up to the classics you created that helped define a genre? But that feeling is always short-lived and none so short as 2022's effort. In what is a direct throwback to some of his earlier electronic styles, Shortwave Memories is one of his best in the past 10 years - at least. The N-Plants vibe in this particular track is the show-stopper. ReKaB was a new discovery for me this year, and the Móatún 7 label that homes this release, is a goldmine for electro-leaning music (even featuring a Yagya 10” recently). I think I played this ReKaB album front to back more than five times in the car one day. It's such an enjoyable listen - not too pretentious, just enough old-school vibe, and energy to keep things present as opposed to wallpaper. OK, a couple more records were not strictly new in 2022 but I've always debated including reissues in this mix, and finally come around to the idea given the proliferation recently. After all, there was never a Reflection on 1993 was there?! Spacetime Continuum and the always-on-point Musique Por La Danse label provide the 90's throwback. (The similar-era Detroit Escalator reissue would have also made it in here, but I had to stop somewhere). Daniel Avery's album is a monolith. Throwbacks to Aphex on a SAW tip, mixed in with wall-shuddering bass and cave-mentality breakdowns. Any electronic fan that spent time in a dimly lit rave is going to enjoy his latest, just as much as the IDM/Electronica fan in all of us. I'm not sure if the track in the mix is my fave of the album yet, but the bigger tracks on the album would have sent this mix into a whole new dimension. Seeing James Devane pop up this year was weird. Back in my blog days (they still exist today but this specific instance was 13 years ago), I uploaded a cover of Aphex Twin's Rhubarb by James Devane to Soundcloud to host on the blog (remember those days) - it has 26k plays and the majority of us I'm sure really had no idea who he was until this year. With just one prior release on Discogs, I thought he dropped off radar. I guess he kind of did. This album was therefore a surprise to see, and its Gas-like fringed-techno a pleasant reintroduction. Prior to Covid, I was due to DJ at an Astral Industries gig in London, and Transcendence Orchestra was on the bill for the second night I was there (when I'd get to relax and enjoy the full night!) It didn't happen, unfortunately, but I always keep an ear out for their output and regret not being able to see them live. Back to the mix though, I didn't go too hard on the modular synth-heavy tracks this year, but as with all Reflection mixes, I try and cover the variety of music I've been listening to. Whilst the full Transcendence Orchestra album ‘Dreams, Waking Thoughts and Incidents' is a dark trance-inducing affair that might have felt like a rabbit hole at this point in the mix, this track formed a nice segue into the next with a similar sound…This was the year Abul Mogard no longer hid behind his “old man steel factory worker” story and came out of the shadows on Houndstooth alongside COH (Gone is my idea for an “I AM THEREFORE I AM (ABUL MOGARD)” t-shirt). I've always wondered what Abul Mogard's (real name Guido Zen) music would sound like if you added some fizz and more obvious structure, and this track can still be found bouncing around in my head somewhere. Another track not ‘new' in 2022, but once again, there are no rules when you're documenting someone so profound. And to lose Low's Mimi Parker was a shock to everyone this year. I was late to the Low party given how long they have been around, but Mimi's vocals on this track from one of their most recent albums (Double Negative) are purely angelic. I took liberties with the layering in the mix here, respectfully, so I hope it pays off in the listen as a moment of true reflection. It's not often you get treated to some of this early 90's music for the very first time, but stumbling across Bowery Electric is like finding a long-lost favorite. Originally released in 1996, this is an example of why Kranky is so legendary all those years later, playing host to gems like this. Nosaj Thing isn't normally the type of music that stays in my periphery, but my colleagues were sharing the news of this new album, existing on the fringes of hip-hop and electronica, and when Julianna Barwick is involved, I tend to put it at the top of the pile. Whilst the beat closely reminded me of Massive Attack's Teardrop, there's no hiding the track's beauty in totality. Add to this, I took a friend to see Nosaj Thing at The Greek Theater in LA, and we drank way too many Caipirinha's before stumbling up the hill to the venue and missed Nosaj playing altogether… We did catch Toro Y Moi after though, so it's a perfect memory captured for 2022. I'm glad Synkro returned with music this year, and it's an amazing little EP on R&S to boot. Maybe even more atmospheric than his previous work, the beats are a little more smudged across this EP, but everything he touches has a considered, unique touch that can be heard strongly throughout his work and within collaborations (such as Kiyoko). There's a substantial amount of music to discover from Neglect on Bandcamp, someone I've admired from afar for a while now. This track, taken from his latest album is amongst a beautiful bunch of nostalgic electronica that cries quality. It's always hard to single out an Astral Industries release. The consistency of releases are faultless, so my shortlist this year with AI releases to include, was, well… not very short. Mystic AM, however, is the first release by Astral label boss Ario, alongside none other than Rod Modell, so it quickly became top of the pile by reason of a special moment in 2022, not least because of the beauty found in its original Iranian field recordings. Perhaps one of the most extensive releases of the year comes from the always intriguing Stroom label, and Voice Actor. 109 pieces of music and a surprising quality found throughout. It's more collage than music when listened to as one, but you'll find some lovely moments hidden amongst the 8(?) hours. “Will it be available on vinyl” I hear you jest? I've seen this popping up in lots of EOY lists already too. There's talk within my small circles that Music For Animals is Nils Frahm's best album yet. I'm not sticking by that just yet, as Spaces is probably in my top 10 of all time so far, but it certainly represents a stunning (d)evolution? Not a piano in sight you say? I immediately disbelieved it. But alas. It's like Nils kept getting put into Ambient playlists on Spotify and was like "OK, I'll give you what you really want…”.I'm not quite sure how I stumbled across Ben Bondy. I think a friend might've recommended an album of his (Hadi, was that you?!) but It was enough for me to stalk his many Bandcamp releases and find some lovey instances. This track reminds me of a classic chill-out room track in its swirling laid-back mystery and vocal. I wouldn't have come across the All India Radio track if it wasn't for the great compilation it was presented on this year by Mystic and Quantum (a label responsible for some lovely releases over the years). New to me, it looks like they have quite the discography I'm yet to dig into, but this was a lovely moment that flowed nicely after the previous. Time to do some digging.Concave Reflection (see Purelink reference above) is another artist in the fringes of my frequent listens but one I'm fully dipping my toes in right now. The full-length album 'The Best People Are Like Water' is a really interesting listen - kind of metallic, chopped-up ambiance that the Spheric label are becoming known for (and seems to be all the hype right now). Whilst the next track was originally from an album released a few years back, you've probably learned by now I'm bending the rules a little. However, this version of Hania Rani's track Leaving, is a live recording released in 2022. After watching her live performance on KEXP, (shout to Alex Ruder!) I was truly mind-blown at her talent. It's easy to make comparisons to Nils of course, but Hania has that vocal element which adds a whole new dimension. If I had to be pushed, my favorite non-ambient album this year might have come from Mike Paradinas / µ-Ziq. Magic Pony Ride is just pure fun. And you need that in your listening repertoire nowadays, right? The bank of melodies and creativity this guy has amassed over the years must be unbelievable. To think, only some of it makes itself out into the world as a record. He followed this album up with another similar stunner too - spoiled!I've already given Wardown his superlatives for the year in his isolatedmix feature, but in summary, Wardown II followed up his nostalgic DnB/Jungle debut under this alias in style. Will there be a third that can keep the standard this high??I could've launched into a complete Jungle/DnB hour at this point, but being 2hrs in, I really had to start winding this beast down and get all the end-of-the-night feels going. Bot1500's latest EP stepped in nicely here - a lovely collection of melodic IDM and the track Chartreuse 8 felt rather emotional. Royksopp really don't do things by halves, and whether the entirety of their music is enjoyed or not when it crosses into the Pop realm, they still manage to conjure up some magic moments. I wanted to try and include a track out of the 3(!) albums they released this year but really couldn't find one that fit outside of this weird sample here. It worked on a few levels for me here though, “Press R to continue” …Rose Riebl…With three compilations curated by Headphone Commute, the quality found amongst the ‘For Ukraine' comps should go down as monumental and unmissable. I knew I had to get a track in this mix from the many on display, and this one felt like a perfect near-conclusion to the mix. Don't miss out on supporting a great cause and listening to some of the best artists creating modern classical music right now. The final track of the mix comes from EXM. While I normally try and end these mixes with a closer that is potentially surprising or off-genre (maybe a glance at other weird music I listen to) this one just somehow felt right. Uplifting and melodic, you can't help but mirror its gradual progression with your volume-up button. ~The art for this mix might feel a little unflattering at first, but I wanted to capture the mass AI hysteria as part of this year's memory and mix. So, fittingly, this is what I got back with the creative input of ‘A Strangely Isolated Place'. Why so literal, bot?Tracklist + Buy Music Club:01. maarja nuut & ruum - Mahe (Fat Cat Records)02. Malibu - Iliad (UNO NYC)03. Ecovillage - Memories of Spring feat. Masayoshi Fujita (LAAPS)04. Raum - Daughter (Self)05. GiGi FM - Rosé (Louise) (Self)06. Romance & Dean Hurley - The Flesh Is Weak (Ecstatic)07. Fallen - Under A Glass Moon Of Wonder (Aural Canyon)08. Steve Roach - What Remains (Self)09. nthng - Some Clouds Are Destined To Break (Transatlantic)10. IKSRE - You Will Find (PITP)11. Norm Chambers - Resonant Foam (Self)12. Purelink - Butterfly Jam (uWu Dust Bath)13. Mikkel Rev - Ende (Translusid)14. Biosphere - Night Shift (Biophon Records)15. ReKaB - The Lightest Touch (Móatún 7)16. Spacetime Continuum - Drift (Musique Pour La Danse)17. Daniel Avery - Lone Swordsman (Mute)18. James Devane - Orange and Tan (Umeboshi)19. Transcendence Orchestra - The Hills Are Alive (Old Technology)20. COH meets Abul Mogard - Traverse Within (Houndstooth)21. Low - Fly (Subpop)22. Bowery Electric - Postscript (Kranky)23. Nosaj Thing feat. Julianna Barwick - Blue Hour (Lucky Me)24. Synkro - Last Breath (R&S Records)25. Neglect - In The Bondage of Your Identity (Unsilent Desert Press)26. Mystic AM - This Spoke Zarathustra (Astral Industries)27. Voice Actor - Hurt With Me (STROOM)28. Nils Frahm - Right Right Right (Leiter)29. Ben Bondy - Spring (Self)30. All India Radio - Ancient Invocations (Mystic & Quantum)31. Concave Reflection -Daylight Portrait (Theory Therapy)32. Hania Rani - Leaving (Live from Studio S2) (Gondwana)33. µ-Ziq - Turquoise Hyperfizz (Planet Mu)34. Wardown - Stimulus Progression Pattern (Blu Mar Ten)35. Bot1500 - Chartreuse 8 (Lith Dolina)36. Royksopp - Press (Self)37. Rose Riebl - Near Dark (Headphone Commute)38. EXM - Autumn is Coming (Dyadik) ~Buy Music Club list >>
We are off for December but are publishing re-runs of various episodes from Season 7. We will be back with Season 8 in February!---Welcome to Season 7, Episode 3 of the Caring Caregiver Show, sponsored by Givers Guides online magazine, your guide to Caregiving! We are lifelong caregivers on a mission to bring community to those who selflessly put others first. We want you to know that you too have a hand to hold and when together, we can make the caregiver journey a little easier for us all. We're here to bring back the joy of Caregiving, we help Caregivers RELAX – RENEW –RESOURCE – REVIVE, because we know you're tired and frustrated and you DESERVE some "CARING" Join me as we welcome Martin Solomon, an Attorney who focus exclusively on cases of nursing home abuse and neglect, who provides tips for caregivers to consider when moving a loved one into a nursing home.Our Resources:Gimme A Break - Non-profit for caregivers aiming to bring back joy to caregiving, free weekly support sessions offering caregivers a chance to relax, renew, resource and revive. Register or register a caregiver for a break.Givers Guides Magazine - The complete caregiver resource guide. Get your first issue today, as 100% of all profits are donated to support Gimme A Break.Your Host:Savy Makalena - founder of Gimme a Break and Givers Guides Connect with the Caring Caregiver Show:Facebook Page: Caring Caregiver Show with Evan & SavyInstagram: caringcaregivershowWebsite: www.caringcaregivershow.comFacebook Group: Click here to join
https://www.hypeplustv.com - For a new episode of The Comedy Hype News Show, Pierre & Capone speak with Symphony Thompson about the fall out between Master P and his son Romeo. According to Romeo his father has neglected him and his siblings behind the scenes. Master P would take to social media to share his reaction to his son. Instagram: @ComedyHype & Twitter: @ComedyHype_
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Concerns over EA's possible neglect of experts, published by Jack Malde on December 16, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. This is a Draft Amnesty Day draft. That means it's not polished, it's probably not up to my standards, the ideas are not thought out, I haven't checked everything, and it's unfinished. I was explicitly encouraged to post something like this!Commenting and feedback guidelines: I'm going with the default — please be nice. But constructive feedback is appreciated; please let me know what you think is wrong. Feedback on the structure of the argument is also appreciated. I am becoming increasingly concerned that EA is neglecting experts when it comes to research. I'm not saying that EA organisations don't produce high quality research, but I have a feeling that the research could be of an even higher quality if we were to embrace experts more. Epistemic status: not that confident that what I'm saying is valid. Maybe experts are utilised more than I realise. Maybe the people I mention below can reasonably be considered experts. I also haven't done an in-depth exploration of all relevant research to judge how widespread the problem might be (if it is indeed a problem) Research examples I'm NOT concerned by Let me start with some good examples (there are certainly more than I am listing here!). In 2021 Open Phil commissioned a report from David Humbird on the potential for cultured meat production to scale up to the point where it would be sufficiently available and affordable to replace a substantial portion of global meat consumption. Humbird has a PhD in chemical engineering and has extensive career experience in process engineering and techno-economic analysis, including the provision of consultancy services. In short, he seems like a great choice to carry out this research. Another example I am pleased by is Will MacAskill as author of What We Owe the Future. I cannot think of a better author of this book. Will is a respected philosopher, and a central figure in the EA movement. This book outlines the philosophical argument for longtermism, a key school of thought within EA. Boy am I happy that Will wrote this book. Other examples I was planning to write up: Modeling the Human Trajectory - David Roodman Roodman seems qualified to deliver this research. Wild Animal Initiative research such as this I like that they collaborated with Samniqueka J. Halsey who is an assistant professor Some examples I'm concerned by Open Phil's research on AI In 2020 Ajeya Cotra, a Senior Research Analyst at Open Phil, wrote a report on timelines to transformative AI. I have no doubt that the report is high-quality and that Ajeya is very intelligent. However, this is a very technical subject and, beyond having a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, I don't see why Ajeya would be the first choice to write this report. Why wouldn't Open Phil have commissioned an expert in AI development / computational neuroscience etc. to write this report, similar to what they did with David Humbird (see above)? Ajeya's report had Paul Christiano and Dario Amodei as advisors, which is good, but advisors generally have limited input. Wouldn't it have been better to have an expert as first author? All the above applies to another Open Phil AI report, this time written by Joe Carlsmith. Joe is a philosopher by training, and whilst that isn't completely irrelevant, it once again seems to me that a better choice could have been found. Personally I'd prefer that Joe do more philosophy-related work, similar to what Will MacAsKill is doing (see above). Climate Change research (removed mention of Founder's Pledge as per jackva's comment) Climate Change and Longtermism - John Halstead John Halstead doesn't seem to have any formal training in climate science. Not sur...
America's culture of child abuse and neglect negatively impacts every aspect of American life. During April 2022, co-hosts Ingrid Cockhren and Mathew Portell examined America's history of child abuse and neglect and outlined how this history connects to our current child abuse crisis. Please join our hosts for an encore of part two of this series. This episode is dedicated to illuminating the systemic nature of child abuse and neglect in America. Cockhren and Portell discussed the different layers of influence embedded within our society and how these influences create the conditions that allow abuse and neglect to fester. In part two, the focus will be on community-level influences. This discussion will include the influence of school environments, rural communities, housing discrimination, community violence, poverty, gun violence, gang culture, etc. They also outlined how PACEs science can be applied to both address and prevent child abuse and neglect.
In this AdvantEdge Guide we'll discuss how establishing Command Intent is a more specific way of setting goals than SMART goals, as it has an embedded purpose. It involves imagining a successful future in each of five areas of life (your Rocket Ship for Life), and focusing on the senses of sight, feel, smell, taste, and sound to create a captivating and rich picture. For teams, the unit in charge of military simulations for NATO recommends asking themselves "if I do nothing else tomorrow, I must ____, so that ____". AdvantEdge Coaching can help to further equip and empower individuals to reach their Command Intent goals.Why do we need a Rocket Ship for Life?The Rocket Ship for Life came about because I used to suffer from a major problem. Basically, I was easily distracted. Teachers' could rarely get, let alone keep, my attention. I'd start a new project only to quickly get bored or frustrated and move onto the next shiny object. If ADHD had been popular back then, perhaps, I could have gotten myself medicated for it!Thanks for reading Joy@Work! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.It wasn't because I lacked goals. I had much that I wanted to achieve in my career. But, for some strange reason, I was always looking for something. I couldn't get or keep focus long enough to stick with it and finish.The big issue it turned out was not lack of clear goals, not an inability to focus it was that there were gaps in what I was trying to achieve. There was no balance. What many have badly described as work/life balance - but what I prefer to call work/life integration. It's where you identify your desired intent in the five key areas of your life as the drivers of the things that you do every day, steered by your values and aligned to your overall purpose or mission in this life.If you ask most people what they want from life, they'll tell you a variation of “to be happy and successful”. What the Bible calls “Good Success” in Joshua 1:8.Some people think that more money will make them happy. The problem is money is a great servant but a lousy master.And so what if you achieve great success at work if you spend all your time at work and neglect your family and health?As I mentioned, we have identified five key areas in life that, when attended to fully, will bring you real happiness and success as you fulfil them.What are the five key areas?These five key areas are like the engines of a rocket ship that you ride towards your life purpose. Your values are the way you steer and choose which paths you are following. The five areas that we've uncovered through our research are:1. Family and Relationships2. Health and Wellbeing3. Spiritual Fulfilment4. Personal Development5. Work and CareerAs you can imagine, like most people, I'd paid great attention to Work and Career and found it increasingly difficult to keep steering straight. I was working 80 plus hours each week (this was in the days when I was in the hotel and restaurant business) with no breaks, rarely a weekend off and scant holidays. I got away with it health wise for a good few years, but it shouldn't have surprised me when my body rebelled and finally got me to pay a lot more attention to my health and wellbeing when my heart threw a hissy fit on July 4th 2014 at 11:33!When you neglect an engine, it's always going to be much more difficult to keep going towards your purpose, and very easy to get blown off course. It's why your life and work are “off-balance.”In the many years I have been coaching, fewer than 20% have anything remotely resembling “balance”. And they've usually been coached before or have had their own health or personal life crisis.There's many a successful person in the boardroom whose family life is in shambles.Why these five areas and is one more important than the others?As you think about each one you'll realise that if you stop feeding one of these areas and consider the repercussions in your own life:If you show no ambition in your work, your career stagnates and it just becomes a routine you could do with your eyes shut. Your brain becomes inactive and you are simply marking time until one day you retire… and then what?Or you don't bother with personal development after school or college and you learn nothing new. Now everything in your life stagnates. Your brain is bored (it is a learning machine). When your brain is bored, you get depressed through lack of Serotonin and Dopamine and opt-out of everything else life has to offer.Neglect your spirtual man and there's a big hole in your life. An emptiness that you can't quite put your finger on. You'll try and fill it with all sorts of other things but nothing seems to satisfy.Neglect your health and well-being and your body will, one day, sooner or later, quit entirely. Your brain tried to keep you not dead (that is it's job) but somehow you resisted that urge until it too gave up fighting you.Neglect your family and or relationships and you will soon be alone. And humans are social animals. You have an innate desire to belong to a tribe, to matter to others.We all need all of these engines and just like a vehicle engine, you need to keep it maintained properly.The trouble is, everyone is fundamentally lazy. Or perhaps fairer to say that your brain is fundametally lazy. If there's a “do nothing option”, your brain will take it because doing anything requires effort which burns scarce energy. So, if you do not deliberately attend to each of your engines, your brain will neglect them until something breaks.If we're going to burn fuel in these five areas, you're saying that we need to have a reason for doing so.Each engine needs a driver or motivation for the brain to switch from it's default “do nothing” to “do something” to get... whatever we intend to get.So we need to tell our brain specifically what we intend to get once we do something. Then your brain is prepared to spend precious fuel in that area.Why not set a simple Goal? Or even a SMART goal?Goals are great, and SMART goal even better. However, Command Intent is usually more suited to changing situations (which is real life) and, very importantly, has an embedded purpose. This is what turns your brain on to motivation.I've written extensively on why goal-setting matters - here for those wanting to know more.Establishing Command Intent in each area Really Matters then?Absolutely, noone climbs aboard a space rocket ready to launch into the heavens and then asks, “so where shall we go today?”And noone replies, “I don't know, let's just start her up and go from there.”No. Everytime there is a clear command intent for the mission and each and every engine has a very precise role in achieveing that intent to help the rocket ship and crew fulfil that mission.What's the difference between purpose, mission and intent?We don't have time here to delve into the difference between purpose and intent, suffice to say for now - your purpose is why you were born (it's your overall mission), your command intents are what you achieve along the journey to fulfill your purpose or mission in life.Let's get practical: How do you Establish Command Intent in each of these five Areas of Your Life?Ask most people what they intend to achieve in their career (their career goal), for example, and you'll probably get a vague answer about money, position, happiness level, and maybe a job title. Honestly, that's about as useful as telling a blind footballer that the goal is at the end of the pitch.“Which end?” you ask. And many other questions besides, not least is “how will you know when you have scored a goal?”So we change the question…Establishing a Command Intent for anything is simply a case of answering the question:What does success look like?And when I use the word “look” - I mean all your senses (look, feel, taste, smell, sound). And be as specific as you can be.And, when we're asking what does it “look like” - we mean literally what do (will) you see with your eyes in reality and in as much detail as you can.Repeat with feel (emotions AND touch), smell (the most evocative and immediate of your senses), taste and sound.And if it's not evident in your answers: “How will you know that you have acheived it?” (i.e. how will you measure your acheivements?)Ask, what will you Win or gain (and lose) when you have achieved it? (This is the embedded purpose).And lastly, “by when?”Now that you have a very rich, sensory description, you will have a captivating picture of your future.And You Do this for all Five Areas of Your Life?You'll find it helpful and inspirational to have a clear command intent in all five areas of your life: Your work and career; your family and relationships; your spiritual life; your health and your personal development. Making sure that they support each other and are congruent. Miss one area and you risk struggling to steer your life purposefully forward.You said, “by when?” - is this just for the long term future?It's best to have Command Intents for the short, medium and long term.Most clients also find it helpful to establish these command intent's in three time frames of short, medium and long term futures - whatever is short, medium or long term for you.A little aside on future time frames - most teens struggle with a long term time frame of 10 years, as do most young adults. As we get older, it becomes easier to imagine further into the future.What's next?If you lead a team, then you are responsible for identifying a worthy and compelling vision and articulating it to the team. People continually need to be shown the team's compass clearly and creatively so that their actions align, and they stay motivated with a captivating picture of their future.In their book, “Made to Stick”, Chip and Dan Heath share help from the unit in charge of military simulations for NATO, the Combat Maneuver Training Center, who recommend that officers arrive at the Commander's Intent by asking themselves this question. I've adjusted this for use with your personal intents:“If I do nothing else tomorrow, I must . . . , so that . . .Answer this question in each of your five key life areas and every day, you will have that often elusive, almost mythical: balance.Where can you go to learn more now?As an AdvantEdge Coaching client, we'll help you fine tune your Rocket Ship for Life so that you have a crystal clear picture of the future you and what your success in each of these areas of your life look like and we'll guide you on the path that will equip and empower you to achieve them. Apply for your complimentary AdvantEdge Discovery session today.Or you can take up our 6-part Rocket Launch Coaching Program which is designed to help you Establish Your Command Intent in each of the five key areas of your life, then help you identify the core values, beliefs and habits to support your mission. You'll be more equipped and empowered to achieve your purpose with a practical, systematic and proven approach to transforming your life and moving you closer to the future you. Apply for your complimentary AdvantEdge Discovery session today.Thanks for reading Joy@Work! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.joyatwork.coach
We rounded off the Florida Restaurant and Lodging show with a great MP TV! I had an amazing conversation with David "Rev" Ciancio, restaurant marketing specialist and independent restaurateur. We delved into strategies that can aid single-unit restaurants to build success comparable to franchises as well as how to spend a modest budget for maximum reach in today's competitive market. Furthermore, Rev shared his wisdom on what elements will help small eateries maximize their potential customer base. Tune in - there was much more revealed exclusively tailored towards helping independent restaurants thrive! For more Matt Plapp and marketing content check out my other channels linked below: https://mattplapp.live/MP-Entrepreneur https://mattplapp.live/MP-Shorts https://mattplapp.live/MP-Restaurant-Marketing-Expert
Neglecting time with God and His word reveals a heart condition in need of renewal. Knowing God is not about following rules. It is about walking in His will and way because we love Him. Bible Reading: Neh. 10-13 Verse of the day: Nehemiah 10:39(b), "We will not neglect the house of our God.” Word of the day: Neglect. It is the Hebrew word: עָזַב (aw-zab').
We are taking a break to catch up on stuff. Enjoy this classic (and infuriating) premium episode. Take beta blockers before this episode. In a companion piece for our episode on Health Communism, we dig into a concrete case that exemplifies everything we talked about with the production of surplus populations for the purpose of extractive abandonment. The ongoing story we discuss in this episode takes all those dynamics and pushes them to their most horrific logical conclusions. Some references: ••• How a Hospital Chain Used a Poor Neighborhood to Turn Huge Profits https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/24/health/bon-secours-mercy-health-profit-poor-neighborhood.html ••• They Were Entitled to Free Care. Hospitals Hounded Them to Pay. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/24/business/nonprofit-hospitals-poor-patients.html ••• Deaths Linked to Neglect, Error Raise Concerns About Quality of Care at This Safety Net Hospital https://www.propublica.org/article/chicago-roseland-community-hospital-covid-deaths Subscribe to hear more analysis and commentary in our premium episodes every week! patreon.com/thismachinekills Grab TMK gear: bonfire.com/store/this-machine-kills-podcast/ Hosted by Jathan Sadowski (www.twitter.com/jathansadowski) and Edward Ongweso Jr. (www.twitter.com/bigblackjacobin). Production / Music by Jereme Brown (www.twitter.com/braunestahl)
A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on November 6th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Ulla EngbergProducer: Kris Boswell
As business leaders, entrepreneurs, employees, and even ministry and church leaders, we all, at some point, reach a period of burnout, right? The relentless drive to pursue our duties and daily tasks sometimes lead us to a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion leaving us overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to clearly see our goal and our vision. But as sons and daughters of God, aren't we called to live a life of peace and serenity while pursuing productivity in doing God's work? Why then do we feel burned out if what we're doing is God's mission for us?We explore this topic today with our guest Mindy Caliguire of Soul Care. With the realities of burnout rearing its head among people in ministry, herself once included, Mindy sees the critical need to address the issue. She suggests methods of centering oneself to avoid falling into weariness and breakdown. She details ways and programs that her organization offers help to people who are finding themselves stuck and in need of change and restoration. Key Points From This Episode: An overview of Soul Care.Mindy's background and the pivotal moment that led her to found Soul Care.How systemic the realities of burnout are for people in ministry and how this can be avoided.Best practices to overcome burnout.What changes has Mindy seen in people's lives with the help they received from Soul Care?Mindy's advice on how to slow down and be still.How our drivenness and busyness prevent us from hearing God.Surprising lessons Mindy learned from her journey of needing soul care to providing soul care.Ways that Mindy helps leaders through programs and Whisper Ranch.Mindy answers the Mentor Minute Questions.Links Mentioned:Soul CareDiscovering Soul Care by Mindy CaliguireSpiritual Friendship by Mindy CaliguireSimplicity by Mindy CaliguireSTIR: Spiritual Transformation In Relationships by Mindy Caliguire Download Free ebook: Write For Your Soul: The Hows and Whys of JournalingHearing God: Developing a Conversational Relationship with God by Dallas WillardRenovation of the Heart by Dallas WillardThe Great Omission by Dallas Willard
Pascale Wright joins me today to share a very vulnerable story from her childhood. The temptation is to view her story as one of neglect… but it's not. We cover a lot of ground today, including: Pascale's ambivalence about longing for care from her therapist and being afraid of his care at the same time, how our family of origin story plays out in the client-therapist relationship, how our family of origin story affects our relationship with God, and the mysteriousness of self-harm.
My guest today is endocrinologist Dr. Jordan Geller. Dr. Geller approaches your hormone story like a mystery that is uniquely yours. He discusses that you may have the same diagnosis as another patient but how you get a desired outcome can be completely different. We discuss how men may have hormonal issues as well, but tend to put them on the back burner or ignore them. Dr. Geller shares what he sees in the area of infertility, weight gain, and sleeplessness and why women don't have to suffer through menopause. He shares possible strategies for navigating and balancing your hormones. Dr. Geller sees a lot of patients who are trying to figure out if they have a thyroid issue or hormonal imbalance and introduces the best first steps to solving the issues before medication. He is not opposed to medication but practices a step-by-step approach to finding a solution that may oftentimes fix the issue before needing to go on meds. Dr. Geller walks the walk. He takes care of himself and is genuine about helping his patients. Enjoy Helpful links: Dr. Geller instagram jordangeller.com Connect with Gabby @gabbyreece | Linktree For show notes and past guests, please visit gabriellereece.com/podcast The Gabby Reece Show talks to top experts with the goal of extracting the best information you will need to navigate the universe of health, fitness, relationships, parenting, and business. Gabby keeps it simple but gets to the heart of the conversation with the hopes of providing you with realistic takeaways. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our guest this week, Rijula Das, is originally from India but now makes her home in Wellington, New Zealand. She is an author and a Bengali-to-English translator. Her debut novel A Death in Shonagachhi was published in India last year but has come to the United States with a different title, Small Deaths. Her book was named by the website Crime Reads as a “must read” and Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn recommended Rijulas' debut during an appearance on Good Morning America. The book has been optioned to adapted for the screen. You can find Rijula Das on Instagram at @rijuladas and at her website www.rijuladas.com For show notes for any episode, go to our website at www.perksofbeingabooklover.com. We are also on Instagram @perksofbeingabookloverpod and on FB Perks of Being a Book Lover. Books mentioned in this episode: 1- Small Deaths/ A Death in Shonagachhi by Rijula Das 2- Hamlet by Shakespeare (Amleth) 3- The Wonder by Emma Donoghue 4- Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn 5- Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn 6- The Kissing Bug: The True Story of a Family, an Infect, and a Nation's Neglect of a Deadly Disease by Daisy Hernandez 7- Less by Andrew Sean Greer 8- Less is Lost by Andrew Sean Greer 9- In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado 10- Haven by Emma Donoghue 11- Room by Emma Donoghue Movies mentioned-- 1- The Northman (Prime Video )2022 2- The Wonder (Netflix) 2022 3- Room (2015)
Our guest this week, Rijula Das, is originally from India but now makes her home in Wellington, New Zealand. She is an author and a Bengali-to-English translator. Her debut novel A Death in Shonagachhi was published in India last year but has come to the United States with a different title, Small Deaths. Her book was named by the website Crime Reads as a “must read” and Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn recommended Rijulas' debut during an appearance on Good Morning America. The book has been optioned to adapted for the screen. You can find Rijula Das on Instagram at @rijuladas and at her website www.rijuladas.com For show notes for any episode, go to our website at www.perksofbeingabooklover.com. We are also on Instagram @perksofbeingabookloverpod and on FB Perks of Being a Book Lover. 1- Small Deaths/ A Death in Shonagachhi by Rijula Das 2- Hamlet by Shakespeare (Amleth) 3- The Wonder by Emma Donoghue 4- Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn 5- Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn 6- The Kissing Bug: The True Story of a Family, an Infect, and a Nation's Neglect of a Deadly Disease by Daisy Hernandez 7- Less by Andrew Sean Greer 8- Less is Lost by Andrew Sean Greer 9- In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado 10- Haven by Emma Donoghue 11- Room by Emma Donoghue Movies mentioned-- 1- The Northman (Prime Video )2022 2- The Wonder (Netflix) 2022 3- Room (2015)
It's a topic we don't want to think about, but unfortunately it impacts every city across the U.S. Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. In North Texas, the nonprofit Unbound Now is working diligently to support survivors and fight this hideous crime in our community. On this episode of Raising Joy, executive director Sandy Hennip, MSW, joins us to talk about Unbound Now and what parents need to know about human trafficking.
A bad property manager isn't just a bad investment. They have the power to threaten your deal, take it down, or even directly create negative cash flow. If they don't do what you need them to, they can turn your investment on its head in record time–and do serious damage to your portfolio along the way. With that in mind, today's installment of the Operational Risks series is all about property management failures. Based on my own experiences, as well as those of several people I know, I'm sharing the common mistakes investors make when it comes to property management. You'll learn how to avoid bleeding money, how to turn bad situations into cash flow positives, and the critical differences between a bad property manager and a good one. Key Takeaways with Josh Cantwell Key questions to ask any property manager you're interviewing. Why you should NEVER let your property manager do your capital improvements. Why property managers are generally terrible at marketing. How to determine if you're spending too much on utilities, staffing, or other operational expenses. Why some property managers will rent to tenants below your guidelines–and how this can become a serious problem 4-6 months later. Want the Full Show Notes? To get access to the full show notes, including audio, transcripts, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit https://acceleratedinvestorpodcast.com/328 Rate & Review If you enjoyed today's episode of The Accelerated Real Estate Investor Podcast, hit the subscribe button on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and YouTube so future episodes are automatically downloaded directly to your device. You can also help by providing an honest rating & review over on Apple Podcasts. Reviews go a long way in helping us build awareness so that we can impact even more people. THANK YOU! Connect with Josh Cantwell Facebook YouTube Instagram LinkedIn Twitter Sign up for the Forever Passive Income Partnering, Mastermind and Coaching Program with Josh Cantwell To unlock your potential and start earning real passive income, visit joshcantwellcoaching.com
This powerful weapon is at every believer's disposal and it often goes unused. It's the weapon of praise. The Bible says that God goes to fight your battles for you when you praise him. Even though during a battle seems like the worst time to dance and shout, it ensures the victory every time! Join me for today's podcast! Visit my website: carolynshuttlesworth.com Order My Devotional "Lines": http://shop.miracleword.com/lines-40-day-devotional-by-carolyn-shuttlesworth/ Shop the Nonstop Mom Merch: http://shop.miracleword.com/nsm/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CarolynShuttlesworth/ Join the private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nonstopmoms