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Here After with Megan Devine
Looking For Black & Indigenous Burial Grounds: Bonus Episode with Cadaver Dog Expert Cat Warren

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 16:30


Dog search team expert Cat Warren's current work focuses on historical research, specifically: searching for abandoned or hidden burial grounds. This fascinating branch of search work combines history, racism, grief, and social reckoning.    In this episode we cover:  How dogs let us talk about historical acts of violence in ways that seem impossible otherwise Are there bones in the highway you're driving? Probably yes.  Where to even start looking for burial grounds someone wanted to keep hidden How Cat's atheism intersects with searching for remains Cat's version of hope: is it ugly, or is it beautiful? Hard to say.      About our guest:   Cat Warren is the New York Times bestselling author of What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World. The book tells the story of learning to work with her impossible young shepherd as a cadaver dog to find the missing and dead. It won critical acclaim and was long listed for the PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award. She taught science writing, journalism, and creative nonfiction at North Carolina State University for 26 years before retiring in 2021. Additional resources All of Cat's information is at her website  NY Times article on cadaver dogs and archaeology  African American burial grounds & cadaver dogs   Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Here After with Megan Devine
Dogs and The Dead: With Cadaver Search Dog Expert Cat Warren

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 50:05


You've probably seen it - dramatizations of search dogs, running through the woods, noses to the ground, looking for a missing person, or for human remains. We've got a weird fascination with this stuff in the media, but when it's real life - well, if it's your loved one those search dogs are looking for, it's a whole different story. What's it like being the human half of a cadaver search dog team? Expert Cat Warren lays it all out this week.    In this episode we cover:    What's it really like to work a crime scene with your dog? Is it cool or creepy? How do we navigate fascination and respect when it comes to other peoples' trauma? Why people were mad that Cat's book was more about the dog than it was a “true crime” exposé The difference between resolution and closure How do first responders and search teams deal with so many unhappy endings and unanswered questions? Notable quotes:  “True crime podcasts keep us at a safe distance. They allow us to enter into the sphere of death, but keep us far enough away from it that we don't need to experience any feeling of grief. Crime survivors don't have that luxury.” - Megan Devine   About our guest: Cat Warren is the New York Times bestselling author of What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World. The book tells the story of learning to work with her impossible young shepherd as a cadaver dog to find the missing and dead. It won critical acclaim and was long listed for the PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award. She taught science writing, journalism, and creative nonfiction at North Carolina State University for 26 years before retiring in 2021. Additional resources   All of Cat's information is at her website  NY Times article on cadaver dogs and archaeology  African American burial grounds & cadaver dogs   The Collective for Radical Death Studies   Get in touch: Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The B-Side: A Film Stage Podcast
Ep. 106 – Dylan O'Brien (feat. Billy Ray Brewton)

The B-Side: A Film Stage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 116:41


Welcome to The B-Side, from The Film Stage. Here we talk about movie stars! Not the movies that made them famous or kept them famous, but the ones they made in between. Today we try to be cool like the cool kids. Who are the kids liking these days? Someone we hear they like is Dylan O'Brien, and our buddy Billy Ray Brewton joins us to break it down. Brewton runs the entertaining The Incinerator Podcast as well as the Scripts Gone Wild podcast. Together, we cover The First Time, American Assassin, Love and Monsters, and The Outfit. We also dig deep into The Maze Runner trilogy (A-Sides though they may be) and a little less deep into Taylor Swift's All Too Well short film (of which O'Brien is the star). There's chatter on the nearly career-ending (nearly life-ending) accident O'Brien suffered on the set of Maze Runner: The Death Cure, his scene-stealing and star-making role on the hit MTV show Teen Wolf, and the enduring legacy of generational teen shows in general. The O.C. gets a lot of love here, so be ready for that. Cue the iconic “Dear Sister” SNL Video. Billy Ray takes a minute to cover the recent Dylan O'Brien/Zoey Deutch starrer Not Okay, we chat briefly on Deepwater Horizon (the best of the Peter Berg/Mark Wahlberg films), and why we think O'Brien has made the right career decisions so far. Be sure to give us a follow on Twitter and Facebook. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, and Stitcher. Enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor.

Here After with Megan Devine
You Can't Keep Everybody Safe with Author Mary Laura Philpott

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 43:42


If you've been worried about bad things happening to the people you love, is it possible that an actual bad thing might bring temporary relief? Obviously, the answer is “no not really,” but in this conversation with author Mary Laura Philpott, we explore the weird complexity of the anxious (and loving) mind, and the hoops we jump through to ensure our own survival. Mary Laura's latest book, Bomb Shelter, traces her son's epilepsy - from being woken up early one morning to the sounds of what would turn out to be her son's first seizure - out into the anxiety many of us hold for those we love, from the people in our care to the wider world, to pretty much everything ever. As always, we close with our guest's current working version of hope. Don't miss it.    Announcement: want to become a grief-informed therapist? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link.    In this episode we cover:  Tools for writing about difficult things, including distance, numbness, and turning yourself into a somewhat fictional character Why airports should have crying lounges The anxiety & relative effectiveness of protecting everyone you love from harm Mary Laura's version of hope, applicable even while the world melts and her kids leave home About our guest: Mary Laura Philpott, nationally bestselling author of I Miss You When I Blink and Bomb Shelter: Love, Time, and Other Explosives, writes about the overlap of the absurd and the profound in everyday life. Her writing has been featured by The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Atlantic, among many other publications. Find her books (print and audio) wherever you find books.    Find her at  https://marylauraphilpott.com, on TW @MaryLauraPh, and on IG @MaryLauraPhilpott   Additional resources:  Announcement: want to become a grief-informed therapist? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link.    After a life-altering loss, feeling anxious about the possibility of more loss is #PerfectlyNormalGrief.   Want to start writing the story of your life (and your grief)? Join the next open session of the Writing Your Grief community.    Megan's first book, It's OK that You're Not OK, has an entire section devoted to discussing anxiety, including tools to manage your feelings when the worst has already happened.  Get in touch: Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Here After with Megan Devine
Neurodivergence & Being Seen, Not Shamed with Lauren Ober, host of “The Loudest Girl in the World

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 58:05


Look, life is weird and difficult. Social situations are hard to navigate. The world is too loud or too scratchy. You're too loud or too bright or just “too much.” And then, a new diagnosis helps you understand all that friction in a new way. It doesn't magically make things better, but it does make things…. Different.    On today's Here After with Megan Devine, Lauren Ober joins us to talk about The Loudest Girl in the World and her journey to understand what it means to be on the autism spectrum, living life as a newly diagnosed autistic person.  In this episode we cover:    How childhood experiences of shame and “othering” create lifelong ripples Why personality is a work in progress Can our definitions of “acceptable” grief expand to include a lot more of everyday life?  What it means to be on the autism spectrum and how to live life as a newly diagnosed autistic person The accidental activist: how just living your life in full view helps people you don't even know Grief is always in the room. Want to become a grief-informed therapist? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link.    Notable quotes:    “It's like there's a particular type of thing you're allowed to grieve, like your cat dying, but you're not allowed to grieve the restaurant closing, a place that was filled with joy and delight. But you think - that's stupid. Why are you crying over that? My working definition of grief is just too narrow.” - Lauren Ober   “When we make something visible, it allows other people to be curious about it, and to try it on for themselves. That to me is a really hopeful thing.” - Megan Devine Guest bio:    Lauren Ober is a podcast host and producer, currently in production on a show about Koko the signing gorilla. Her latest podcast, The Loudest Girl in the World, is the story of Lauren's journey to understand what it means to be on the autism spectrum and how to live life as a newly diagnosed autistic person.    Lauren hosted Spectacular Failures, one of TIME magazine's top 10 podcasts of 2019, and NPR's The Big Listen, a nationally distributed broadcast about podcasts. She's an award-winning public radio reporter, producing stories for outlets like NPR, 99% Invisible, and Criminal. Additional resources: Listen to Lauren's podcast The Loudest Girl in the World Alice Wong's Disability Visibility Project Follow Lauren on Twitter @OberandOut         Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Balance Boldly for Ambitious Women
Heart Centered & Difficult Conversations on Antiracism with Dr. Eleonora and Dr. Ali

Balance Boldly for Ambitious Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 47:11


Today's episode of the Balance Boldly Podcast is a double hitter! Naketa Ren Thigpen sits down with two women who are having a difficult conversation, shifting the dehumanizing conversation of systemic racism from one that tells lies to one that supports the people disproportionately affected. Dr. Eleonora Bartoli and Dr. Ali Michael are heart centered professionals who are NOT OKAY with white people being at the top of the racial hierarchy. They are teaching other white people how to lean in and understand how powerful it is to listen, speak up, take feedback, and know when to break the unspoken rules that keep people from their empathetic humanity.  What to expect in today's BBP episode:-Why it's important to do antiracism work now-The link between difficult conversations and unlearning-What you can learn from writing someone else's life story-The importance of having a support system that's willing to walk a new path with you-How recognizing your inner resilience is only one ingredient in the pie of success-Why you can't compare or compete with another person or culture's pain-How racial conversations with someone who has a white identity can add value More about the AuthorsAbout the Authors: ALI MICHAEL: pronunciation: ALI (Alee) Michael (no S) - as the Co-Director of the Race Institute for K-12 Educators, Ali Michael, Ph.D. works with schools and organizations across the country to help make research on race, Whiteness, and education more accessible and relevant to educators. Ali is the author of Raising Race Questions: Whiteness, Inquiry and Education, winner of the 2017 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award. She is a member of a multiracial editorial team and sits on the editorial board of the journal Whiteness and Education. Her article, What do White Children Need to Know About Race?, co-authored with Dr. Eleonora Bartoli in Independent Schools Magazine, won the Association and Media Publishing Gold Award for Best Feature Article in 2014. When she is not writing, speaking, or training, Ali is striving to be an antiracist co-parent to two amazing kids. Her writing and speeches are available at alimichael.org. ELEONORA BARTOLI, PH.D. pronunciation: Elee-uh-nor-uh (pronounced every vowel) - Bart-oh-lee - is a consultant and licensed psychologist, specializing in trauma, resilience-building, and multicultural/social justice counseling. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology: Human Development/Mental Health Research from the University of Chicago. After receiving her clinical license, she opened a small independent practice, which she has held since. After 15 years in academia (12 of those years as the director of a Master's in counseling program), she became a full-time consultant. Her mission is to share the tools of counseling and psychology in support of social justice work. Throughout her career, Dr. Bartoli has held leadership positions in professional organizations at both the state and national levels. She has also presented at numerous conferences and is the author of several publications. In all her work, Dr. Bartoli integrates an understanding of neuroscience, focusing on how it informs symptom development as well as healing and resilience-building strategies. Dr. Bartoli has been the recipient of academic awards. Her website: dreleonorabartoli.comPurchase the Book:OUR PROBLEM, OUR PATH:COLLECTIVE ANTIRACISM FOR WHITE PEOPLEBy authors ELEONORA BARTOLI, PH.D. & ALI MICHAEL, PH.D.Available at Corwin.ComIf you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review.

Here After with Megan Devine
Untangled: Suffering & The 8-Fold Path with Koshin Paley Ellison

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 63:49


If you look at social media with its reliance on meme-based psychology, you'd think that the Buddhist approach to life is to not let things get to you - that the true spiritual path helps you rise above such limited, unenlightened human feelings like grief, greed, and resentment. Zen teacher Koshin Paley Ellison is here to tell you that your suffering deserves your attention.  In this episode we cover:    How an experience of targeted violence shaped Koshin's childhood, and what it's taught him about the suffering of others Why it's healthier to spend time in the “life is suffering” part of the 4 Noble Truths, rather than rushing to the other 3 as solutions How to work with the pain and the suffering in your own life, so that it doesn't fester and cause more harm Why going to the furniture store looking for milk is only going to lead to disappointment Koshin's new book, Untangled: Walking the Eightfold Path to Clarity, Courage, and Compassion   Notable quotes:  “That's why those very powerful giants of greed and resentment and delusion are so important. Tell me about how those things affect you, and I'll tell you how they affect "Only then can we get really real.” - Koshin Paley Ellison   “You'll never be free until you can be still with your pain.” - Koshin Paley Ellison   “We're in such a habit of managing the feelings instead of naming the experience.” - Megan Devine About our guest:   Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison is an author, Zen teacher, and Jungian psychotherapist who has devoted his life to the study and application of psychotherapy and Buddhism. Koshin co-founded the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, with his husband Chodo Robert Campbell, to transform the culture of care through contemplative practice by meeting illness, aging, and death with compassion and wisdom. Koshin's work has been featured in the New York Times, PBS, and CBS Sunday Morning among other media outlets. His newest book is Untangled: Walking the Eightfold Path to Clarity, Courage, and Compassion. Additional resources: Chodo and Koshin joined us in season one of Here After. Listen to that episode here.    Learn about the New York Zen Center's contemplative care program at zencare.org   Announcement: want to become a grief-informed therapist? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link.  Get in touch: Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.  Follow Here After with Megan Devine on TikTok @hereafterpod    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Here After with Megan Devine
Other People Have It Worse: Veteran Jason Kander on PTSD & recognizing you need help

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 73:52


On the outside, veteran Jason Kander had everything going for him: successful political career, lovely family, the respect of his peers. But on the inside, he was struggling: nightmares, depression and suicidal thoughts were constant companions. Jason joins us to talk about his new book, Invisible Storm, and what it really takes to go from post traumatic stress to post traumatic growth. (don't let that “post traumatic growth” turn you away from this episode! There are no shortcuts to happiness here.)    In this episode we cover:    Why most returning vets believe that getting help is great - for other people.  The concept of “stolen valor” and how it relates to treatment options for PTSD How Jason used shame as a way to give himself the illusion of control  A really helpful golf club analogy to describe the difference between deployment and civilian life What “redemptive heroism” is, and why there's a much better way to manage PTSD Every trauma is valid trauma: avoiding the temptation of comparing emotional injury How saying “wow that was really f*cked up” makes things better - for everyone Announcement: want to become a grief-informed therapist? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link.    Notable quotes:  “Therapy for me was a lot like going to graduate school, but it was just a graduate program in my brain.” - Jason Kander   About our guest: Jason Kander joined the Army National Guard in 2005 after getting a law degree at Georgetown University. He deployed in 2006 to Afghanistan, where his mission was to assess the corruption levels of former Afghan warlords and government leaders.   Ten years after serving in Afghanistan, Jason Kander was a rising star in the Democratic Party, exploring a presidential run. But outside of the political spotlight, he was racked by nightmares, depression and suicidal thoughts. His new book, Invisible Storm, shares the story of his experience with PTSD, and his hopes for anyone who's survived trauma.  Jason is the president of the Veterans Community Project, a national nonprofit organization, and the host of Majority 54, one of the nation's most popular political podcasts.  Additional resources   Learn about the Veterans Community Project   Follow Jason Kander on social media @jasonkander The book Jason mentioned is Tribe by Sebastian Junger Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Here After with Megan Devine
Women, Life, Freedom: Grief and Power In Iran, with Nazanin Nour

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 53:24


What's happening in Iran and why are you hearing about it so much?  This week on Here After, Iranian-American actor & writer Nazanin Nour on the protests unfolding in Iran, grief in the Iranian global community, and how the whole world has the power to fight for women, life, and freedom. This episode is so special - I need you to listen.    In this episode we cover:  What's happening in Iran and why the whole world is watching Why violence thrives in secrecy (no matter where it's happening) Grief and guilt in the Iranian diaspora: what it's like having friends and family members inside Iran (including how well meaning friends don't quite get it) The power of solidarity - how being SEEN gives you the courage to continue fighting The ways mourning and protest are woven together through Persian culture Tangible actions you can take to support the people of Iran   Announcement: want to become a grief-informed therapist? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link.    Notable quotes:  “Outrage is an act of grief.” - Nazanin Nour“The guilt I feel for leaving unscathed thanks to the country of my birth has never left me.” - Nazanin Nour “Hope is watching the Iranian people on the ground in their fight - how they're not backing down and they're not giving up - that gives me hope and strength to continue for them. Because if they're actually risking their lives, literally risking their lives, the least I can do is continue to be loud for them from over here.” - Nazanin Nour About our guest: Nazanin Nour is an Iranian American actress, model and writer. She's appeared on several television films and shows, including Madam Secretary, and Persia's Got Talent. She's one of several Irani-Americans in the public eye making sure that the world knows what's happening in Iran right now: widespread protests following the murder of Mahsa Amini, and the violence that continues against the Irani people by the dictatorship. Follow her on IG @iamnazaninnour  Additional resources   If you need even more encouragement to join this fight, watch this short video from Cee-Roo on IG.    Follow Nazanin Nour and other Iranians on social media, and share news from the Iranian protests far and wide. Keep the pressure up. Sign the Amnesty International Petition to call on states to set up an independent UN mechanism now to investigate and ensure accountability for the most serious crimes under international law in Iran.   Participate in the global campaign to stand with the women of Iran by sending a lock of hair to your elected officials. Read more about the #HairForFreedom campaign in this article.    The passage I read comes from Nazanin's article in the French publication Les Glorieuses. Read it here.   Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your comments or thoughts, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Author Hour with Rae Williams
Not Okay? Okay.: Sheridan Taylor

Author Hour with Rae Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 37:09


Listener's Discretion Advised: The following episode contains conversations touching on suicide, eating disorders, and/or references to other mental health disorders that may act as triggers. Continue at your own discretion. Combat veteran and ... The post Not Okay? Okay.: Sheridan Taylor appeared first on Author Hour.

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
Holding And Understanding Grief with Megan Devine

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 79:52


Psychotherapist and author Megan Devine joins Jameela this week to discuss what grief is, how it can affect us physically, what we can say to those in our lives who are grieving, and how we can actually help, and then wrap things up by answering your questions about grief and healing.   Check out Megan's podcast - Refuge in Grief - wherever you get your podcastsYou can get Megan's book - It's Okay That You're Not Okay - wherever books are sold. You can follow Megan on Instagram & Twitter @refugeingrief 

Jamie All Over
Dashboard Confessional's Chris Kamrada

Jamie All Over

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 57:58


Jamie is joined by Chris Kamrada, drummer for Dashboard Confessional and founder of Emo Social. Chris explains his decision to stop eating meat many years ago and lists his favorite plant-based alternatives. They discuss the upcoming When We Were Young music festival in Las Vegas, which Jamie describes as "The Emo Superbowl". Chris' band is on the lineup as well as over 60 others. Jamie is NOT OKAY! Chris is bringing his Orlando Emo Social event to Las Vegas on Fri Oct 21 during WWWY weekend. Not only will Jamie and Cortney be guest dj'ing, but it's also Chris' birthday and he mentions some guests who will be stopping by. Jamie nerds out on all things Dashboard Confessional. Chris reveals his favorite songs from the band and they close out with listener questions. Follow us: @jamielynne24 Follow our guest: @ckamrada @emosocial @dashboardconfessional Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Here After with Megan Devine
Pet Loss and Veterinarians Who Cry: with Veterinary Oncologist and Author Dr. Renee Alsarraf

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 43:56


Nobody likes to talk about pet loss… but everybody wants to talk about pet loss. What a difficult scenario that is! Veterinary oncologist Dr. Renee Alsarraf joins us to talk about grief, professionalism, and the importance of being human - on the job and off.    In this episode we cover:    The whole truth about loving - and losing - your pets The terrible advice Dr. Renee Alsarraf's grad school teacher gave her (and why she refused to listen)  Why veterinarians and other professionals should really NOT check their human emotions at the door When it's time to welcome a new love into your life (human or otherwise) How Dr. Alsarraf's experience with veterinary oncology did (and didn't) prepare her for her own cancer diagnosis Announcement: want to become a grief-informed therapist? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link.  Notable quotes:  “I think we tend to see our pets - especially when they're ailing - more like our little babies, and so we want to protect them. That's our innate role. and yet we can't protect them from the inevitable. That's really hard.” - Dr. Renee Alsarraf   “You can't push emotions down and expect them to not pop back up in other places.” - Megan Devine   About our guest:  Dr. Renee Alsarraf is a veterinary oncologist, lecturer, and philanthropist. Her new book Sit Stay Heal is a moving and uplifting memoir of an esteemed veterinary oncologist fighting to save her four-legged patients while making sense of her own unexpected cancer diagnosis.   Find Dr. Alsarraf on IG @reneealsarraf  and read more about her book at sitstayhealbook.com Additional resources: Grief is everywhere. Want to become a more grief-informed therapist or provider? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link.  Get in touch: Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Here After with Megan Devine
Grief In Fiction, Grief In Life, with Best-Selling Author, Emily X.R. Pan

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 53:39


NYT best-selling author Emily X.R. Pan had a problem: she wanted to write about her grandmother's complex and fascinating life in 1920s Taiwan, but the task seemed too overwhelming. A deeply personal experience of grief gave her new insight into not only the novel-in-progress, but her family's experience of loss as it was passed down through her family line. The novel became The Astonishing Color of After, a glorious, complex story of love, family, magic, and loss.    Emily joins us to talk about writing grief into your stories, and how writing itself is a way to claim (or reclaim) our human right to feel all of our feelings, even the ones our histories taught us to suppress.    In this episode we cover:  How a relative's death changed early drafts of Emily's book  The ways our parents and grandparents' views of death and grief impact our own ability to feel a whole range of emotions Making books into safe spaces to explore the complexities of being human Emily's tips for writing “believable” grieving characters    If you're a writer of any kind and you'd like to include grief in your work, listen carefully to this conversation.  Announcement: want to become a grief-informed therapist? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link. Notable quotes:    "I'm very annoyed by positive vibes." - Emily X.R. Pan   About our guest:   Emily X.R. Pan is the New York Times and National Indie bestselling author of THE ASTONISHING COLOR OF AFTER, named by TIME Magazine as one of the 100 Best YA Books of All Time. Her recent novel, AN ARROW TO THE MOON, is available now, wherever you get your books. Visit Emily online at exrpan.com, and find her on Twitter and Instagram: @exrpan Additional resources   Those of us living inside grief know: there is nothing to be fixed. Here's the thing - telling the truth about your grief is one of the kindest things you can do for yourself. Being allowed to tell the whole truth makes things better, even when they can't be made right. The Writing Your Grief e-course and online community is a safe, supportive space to write about your grief. The next 30-day session starts soon. Learn all about it here. Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Blockbusting
Isa Medina Hates Not Okay

Blockbusting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 45:11


SUPPORT THE SHOW ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/blockbusting (https://www.patreon.com/blockbusting) FOLLOW BLOCKBUSTING ON... INSTAGRAM: https://my.captivate.fm/instagram.com/blockbustingpod (instagram.com/blockbustingpod) TIKTOK: https://my.captivate.fm/tiktok.com/@blockbustingpod (tiktok.com/@blockbustingpod) TWITTER: https://my.captivate.fm/twitter.com/blockbustingpod (twitter.com/blockbustingpod) LISTEN TO MY COMEDY ALBUM: https://800pgr.lnk.to/Light (https://800PGR.lnk.to/Light) Jay (http://www.instagram.com/dietjay (@dietjay)) and Isa (https://www.instagram.com/isaamedinaa/ (@isaamedinaa)) discuss Not Okay, Hulu's buzzy dark comedy starring Zoey Deutch as a wannabe influencer caught up in a tragedy. The bigger tragedy? This disjointed attempt at a satire that doesn't feel nearly biting enough for the subject matter! GET 'EM!

Silver Screen and Television Dreams

Welcome back to Silver Screen and Television Dreams! We dive into our last Dylan O'brien movie of the season. Hard to believe we are already at the end of Season 2 of Silver Screen. We talk “Not Okay”, some “Teen Wolf”, with a mention to “All American”. It is a great ending to our second season. But don't worry listeners, we will be back to recap “Teen Wolf: The Movie” Whenever they decide to release it. Thanks for your support and listening to the ramblings of Guacamollie and Bell of the Ball. Have Fun and remember who you are! *This podcast is a production of Ryit Media and is hosted by Guacamollie **To hear other podcasts hosted by Ryan Lehman, search "Ryit Media" on any podcast player or find the links here: Granny Shiftin': THE fast and furious podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/ipk12aZ_ Dad Reads Books: https://link.chtbl.com/q_7bYUCz Sorta Star Wars: https://link.chtbl.com/xg19Ebx1

Here After with Megan Devine
Over and Over Again: Illustrator Aubrey Hirsch on the Power of Storytelling

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 39:20


“Getting people to feel angry with me makes me feel less alone, less helpless. (It) makes me feel like, okay, there's a whole team of us. We're all gonna do it.” - Writer and illustrator, Aubrey Hirsch    The world is such a hot mess: every day a new disaster, a new human rights catastrophe. It can just feel… endless. Illustrator Aubrey Hirsch joins us to talk about outrage and trauma and community building - it's like the greatest hits of modern culture. But mostly, she joins us to talk about art - specifically, the ways that storytelling helps us band together and work towards the world we all want.    PS: Listen all the way through so you don't miss Aubrey's slightly sinister but ultimately functional ideas on hope.  In this episode we cover:  The relationship between rage and creation: when there's so much wrong with the world all you can do is scream Why taking action to change things matters - even if your actions won't save everyone Women and anger: hoo boy, it's a whole thing.  Why healing inside trauma is actually kind of… boring.  Connecting through the power of storytelling Notable quotes:  “I feel very helpless and I don't wanna feel like that because I know that to be f*cked is a spectrum and we can be more f*cked than we are now or less f*cked. It's not a binary. I want us to move in the right direction (less f*cked),  and I want to be a part of that movement - even if my action comes too late for some.” - Aubrey Hirsch About our guest:   Aubrey Hirsch is the author of Why We Never Talk About Sugar, a collection of short stories, and This Will Be His Legacy, a flash fiction chapbook. Her stories, essays and comics have appeared widely in print and online in places like American Short Fiction, Vox, TIME, The New York Times, The Rumpus, The Toast, and in the New York Times bestselling anthology, Not That Bad. Her essay on trauma and surviving gun violence is a must read. Find it here.    Additional resources Aubrey occasionally teaches comics for “non-artists.” Check her TW @aubreyhirsch for announcements. She publishes new comics and essays on Roxane Gay's substack, The Audacity.    Aubrey's written on so many topics relevant to human life. Find a long list of awesome essays on her website, https://aubreyhirsch.com   Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Terror Talk - Horror and True Crime Psychology
They/Them, The Night House, Not Okay, Girl With All the Gifts

Terror Talk - Horror and True Crime Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 38:03


On Fridays we do a show just for horror fans. Updates on our trip to Halloween Horror Nights, the Doomensions Pop Up Mystery Manor, Ti West's 3rd film in the X Universe. This week: They/Them, The Night House, Girl With All the Gifts, and Not Okay, plus our very own trivia game Horror Facts with Cath. Website: https://www.terrortalkpodcast.com Community Membership: https://www.patreon.com/terrortalk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terrortalkpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkTerror/ Music by Mannequin Uprising --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/terrortalk/message

Make It Reign with Josh Smith
Ep 61: Zoey Deutch

Make It Reign with Josh Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 30:34


The incredible Zoey Deutch is my guest on this episode of Reign! I caught up with Zoey fresh from the success of her latest movie, Not Okay. The movie follows Zoey's character, Danni Sanders who in desperate attempt to impress a guy (played by Teen Wolf's Dylan O'Brien) and find fame, fakes being part of a terrorist attack. The satirical black comedy is a MUST see - so go straight to Disney+ after listening to this episode and watch it if you haven't already. Zoey's career started when she was just a teenager, starring in the Disney Channel's The Suite Life on Deck opposite Dylan and Cole Sprouse. Since then Zoey has served us RANGE! From the comedies, ‘Dirty Grandpa' with Robert DeNiro and Zac Efron to ‘Why Him?' with James Franco, to the edgy drama from Ryan Murphy, ‘The Politician' on Netflix, opposite Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Lange. She's even starred in Ed Sheeran's ‘Perfect' music video - watched 3.2 billion times.She'lalso soon be starring in the holiday movie, Something from Tiffanys which Zoey is producing with Reese Witherspoon which Zoey talks about in this episode. Having experienced a career full of highs - and some lows and Zoey also shares some very wise and insightful words on loneliness, and as an investor in the company Modern Fertility she talks about how fertility is one of the last great barriers to gender equality. Speaking to many of my friends who have struggled with fertility, there is never a truer word spoken. This is just the third episode of this season of Reign - check out our episode's with Stranger Things star, Natalia Dyer and iCarly's Miranda Cosgrove ICYMI - and come back next Tuesday when we will be joined by another queen, Fate: The Winx Saga star, Abigail Cowen. I hope you keep on listening and finding the power to Reign in your own lives. If you love this episode, please get in touch (follow me across social media @joshsmithhosts), I love hearing from you. Love, Josh xxxP.S. I am so excited to share with you an exclusive discount code for my favourite skincare brand, Elemis! Head to elemis.com and get 25% off* by using the code JoshSmith25 at the checkout. To give you some self-care inspiration, I recommend using the iconic ELEMIS Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm. It has three unique textures that creates the ultimate cleansing experience. It nourishes your skin like a balm, easily removes makeup as a cleansing oil, and hydrates as a cleansing milk. And it smells like heaven, too! No wonder it's a number 1 best seller! Your skin will be left feeling deeply cleansed, soothed and supremely soft. Now doesn't that sound like the ultimate moment of self care, everyday? Use code JOSHSMITH25 to receive 25% off full-size products on ELEMIS.com. Offer ends 10am 23rd of October 2022 or while stocks last. Offer excludes Festive Collections, Advent Calendar, Collections, Travel sizes, Supersizes, Gift cards or Vouchers, Sampling Programs, Sale Items, or the Pro-Collagen ULTRA SMART range. Offers are not valid in conjunction with any other offer or codes and cannot be redeemed retroactively. No cash alternative available. Price adjustments will not be made to previous purchases. Only one promotional code can be used per order. We reserve the right to change and/or cancel the promotion at any time.

Here After with Megan Devine
A Place Called Home: A Conversation with Child Welfare Advocate, David Ambroz

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 51:48


The scene is 1990's New York City. Young David Ambroz and his two siblings are homeless, sleeping in bus shelters and bathing in public restrooms, under the care of his mentally ill mother. The child he was is still evident in the person he grew up to be: a nationally recognized expert on child welfare, and a staunch supporter of the foster care system. In this episode, we discuss both the horror and the joy of his childhood, landing on a vision of hope for the future that everyone (yes, you!) can help bring into fruition.    Sensitivity note: this episode explores the realities of being a homeless child, which includes brief examples of cruelty, and non-graphic mention of sexual assault.  In this episode we cover:  The terrifying, liberating power of putting your personal story out into the world for everyone to see “Occasional angels” and how they helped young David survive the cruelty of his upbringing The intersections of mental illness, homelessness, and poverty  Why homeless kids need to see themselves in books and movies  Beyond fostering: how anyone can take action to create the kind of world where kids are safe and loved and cared for   Notable quotes:    “It's all out there now. There's no taking it back. And it is the scariest, most beautiful, important thing I've ever done. It's the most self loving thing I could have done. In trying to help other people, I inherently helped myself.” - David Ambroz   “I want you to believe that you can do something. I'm here today because people did. And I want you to believe that you can create another David Ambroz. Together, we could create a system that produces only beautiful children that reach their full potential.” - David Ambroz About our guest:   David Ambroz is a national poverty and child welfare expert and advocate. He was recognized by President Obama as an American Champion of Change. He currently serves as the Head of Community Engagement (West) for Amazon, coordinating with non-profits and community leaders for social good. Previously he led Corporate Social Responsibility for Walt Disney Television, and served as the President of the Los Angeles City Planning Commission, and as a California Child Welfare Councilmember. After growing up homeless and then in foster care, he graduated from Vassar and later from UCLA School of Law (J.D.). He is a foster dad and lives in Los Angeles, CA.   David is the author of the memoir A Place Called Home, a heart-wrenching yet inspiring story, depicting childhood poverty and homelessness as it is experienced by so many young people. It's at once a gripping personal account of deprivation—how one boy survived it, and ultimately thrived—and a resounding call from the grown-up David, now a nationally recognized child welfare advocate, for us all to move from empathy to action.   Follow David Ambroz on Twitter @DaveAmbroz, on Instagram @hjdambroz, and on LinkedIn Additional resources   Just talking about foster care can help foster care. Check out FosterMore, the foundation David co-founded with his sister, Jennifer Perry.  Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Follow the show on TikTok @hereafterpod Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and resources, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, & TT Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Here After with Megan Devine
Stephanie Foo's Antidote to Climate Anxiety: Bonus Episode

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 10:06


Our fears for the future of this planet are part of an interwoven story of grief and hope. While it's easy to feel overwhelmed and defeated, author Stephanie Foo (What My Bones Know) has found one small consistent act that grounds her, and gives her a hope for the world: she volunteers with the urban parks system. If your climate anxiety has felt too big to tackle, don't miss this short bonus episode - you might just find a doorway to your own place in the woods.  In this episode we cover:  The difference between “good immigrant” plants and “bad immigrant” plants, and how that relates to the climate emergency How being a park steward has given Stephanie hope for the future AND a budding community (ok, pun intended) What trees teach us about weathering trauma Notable quotes:  “My action is relatively small, but I think it's really important. I kill plants.” - Stephanie Foo   About our guest:    Stephanie Foo is a C-PTSD survivor, writer, and radio producer, most recently for This American Life. Her work has aired on Snap Judgment, Reply All, 99% Invisible, and Radiolab. She lives in New York City with her husband, where she is a Parks Department Super Steward.   Read Stephanie's book, What My Bones Know: A Memoir of Healing from Complex Trauma Follow her on Instagram @foofoofoo and Twitter @imontheradio  Find a great conversation about What My Bones Know on Maria Shriver's Sunday Paper at this link  Additional resources   It's OK That You're Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn't Understand is a book for grieving people, those who love them, and all those seeking to love themselves—and each other—better. (available in paperback, e-book, & audiobook)   For a collection of tools and coping skills related to grief and trauma, check out my illustrated guided journal, How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed. (available in paperback and for Kindle)   For a deep dive into the environmental activism of the 90s and early 2000s, check out the work of Joanna Macy. A lot of our current understanding of the mental health of activists comes from Macy's work.    Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Share the show on your social networks! Use #HereAfterPod so we can find you.  Follow the show on TikTok @hereafterpod Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and resources, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, & TT   Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Here After with Megan Devine
Complex PTSD and the Art of Survival with Author Stephanie Foo

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 43:25


If you've lived through horrific trauma or abuse, is it really fair of us to say that the ways you've learned to cope are “bad,” or to use clinical speak, “maladaptive”? This week on Here After, Stephanie Foo, author of What My Bones Know, joins me to talk about complex PTSD and the ways we pathologize human responses to trauma. You'll also hear how claiming your own messy, complex coping mechanisms can help you build a community that sees you and loves you.    If you're haunted by any type of trauma, or know someone who is, this conversation is a great introduction to complex PTSD, and the work of survivorship.  In this episode we cover:  Why pretending to be a high-performing badass is maybe not in your best interest How storytelling can make you feel less freakish and alone The real problem with most books on trauma and C-PTSD Notable quotes:  “People are like, oh, you're so brave to have shared your story. And I was like, I burned down my whole life. There was nothing to lose anymore, so there was nothing to be brave about.” - Stephanie Foo About our guest:    Stephanie Foo is a C-PTSD survivor, writer, and radio producer, most recently for This American Life. Her work has aired on Snap Judgment, Reply All, 99% Invisible, and Radiolab. A noted speaker and instructor, she has taught at Columbia University and has spoken at venues from Sundance Film Festival to the Missouri Department of Mental Health. She lives in New York City with her husband.   Read Stephanie's book, What My Bones Know: A Memoir of Healing from Complex Trauma Find her at stephaniefoo.me and follow her on Instagram @foofoofoo and Twitter @imontheradio  Find a great conversation about What My Bones Know on Maria Shriver's Sunday Paper at this link  Additional resources   It's OK That You're Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn't Understand is a book for grieving people, those who love them, and all those seeking to love themselves—and each other—better. (available in paperback, e-book, & audiobook) For a collection of tools and coping skills related to grief and trauma, check out my illustrated guided journal, How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed. (available in paperback and for Kindle)   Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Share the show on your social networks! Use #HereAfterPod so we can find you.  Follow the show on TikTok @hereafterpod Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and resources, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, & TT    Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Saints and Cinema
Episode 49 - Preview of the 23rd Annual Newport Beach Film Festival

Saints and Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 78:12


Jay and Tim preview their favorite week of the year, the Newport Beach Film Festival. It's happening October 13-20 (less than a month away!) in beautiful Newport Beach, California. Jay says this is the best program in the history of the NBFF, so take a listen and find out what we're looking forward to watching. (There's even a movie that was filmed in Wenatchee, Washington!)The Newport Beach Film FestivalGet tickets.Some of the feature films we mention in this episode: Armageddon Time, The Banshees of Inisherin, In Bruges, Corsage, Devotion, The Good Nurse, A Little White Lie, White Noise, Joyride, Bardo, Broker, Influencer, The Integrity of Joseph Chambers, The Killing of Two Lovers, The Park, Calibre, Peace in the Valley, The Pez Outlaw, Lost Daughter, Mothering Sunday, The Worst Person in the World, Belfast, Make Me Famous, Not Okay, Patrick and the Whale, My Octopus Teacher, Wes Schlagenhauf is Dying, Hand of God.Some of the short films we mention in this episode: Dog Lover, Burn It All, Cruise, The F-Word, Legs, Mama Retreat, Melons, Rooted, Sushi Noh, Sissy, Just Hold On, Jumping Into Fire.Come find us:WebsiteFacebookTwitterOpening music: "Let's Start at the Beginning," Lee RosevereClosing music: "Découvre moi," Marc Senet & Simon Grivot

A Mental Health Break
National Yoga Awareness Month with Yoga Instructor and Author Margot Harris

A Mental Health Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 19:37


Happy National Yoga Awareness Month! Whether you are an experienced Yogi, new, or just want to learn more, this is the show for you! We are rejoined by Yoga and Mindfulness Instructor and Cookie Doughga Author, Margot Harris.She will discuss these areas and so much more:-What is Yoga-What led her to Yoga-Different types of Yoga-Why she teaches YogaMeet Margot: I love to help children and families get mindfully empowered. I'm a certified children's yoga and mindfulness teacher and author based on Long Island, NY with a background in early childhood education. In a world full of chaos and energy, finding stillness and space can't be a luxury. It must be a priority! Let's grow together!First EpisodeWriting with Authors EpisodePodcast to Podcast EpisodeIG: @calmcookie_kidsyoga @anxietywarriorspodcastWebsite: www.calmcookie.orgShop for Cookie Doughga (Also available at B&N's website, BookShop.org and Target and more!)Listen to the Anxiety Warriors Podcast (Also available on Apple, YouTube, Amazon music or wherever you tune in)Guest YouTubeWelcome to Episode #155 on A Mental Health Break - the podcast that normalizes the conversation around mental health. You are not alone. Check out all episodes weekly interviews each Tuesday since January 2020.This show is brought to you by: Tampa Counseling and Wellness- Dedicated to helping individuals looking to positively transform their lives through compassionate counseling and wellness coaching. If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, call today for a free consultation. 1 813 520 2807Tune into That Entrepreneur Show here: https://ThatEntrepreneurShow.Buzzsprout.comShow Email (Potential Podcast Guests/ Digital Editing Inquiries): PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comMental Health Week BookMr. Lanci Talks Mental Health BookWebsiteYouTubeAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenCreative Commons Attribution-ShareA

Here After with Megan Devine
Sometimes Loss Is Freedom: A Conversation with Rebecca Woolf

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 49:06


What if you were just about to get divorced, but your partner gets sick? Like really sick? Rebecca Woolf was just about to leave an unhappy marriage when her husband got sick and died. What followed was a crash course in performative grief, and the dismantling of one life in order to build the next. In this epsiode, we cover love, sex, marriage, divorce, grief, shame, assumptions (both internal and external), and personal agency - it's QUITE the conversation. Sensitivity note: this episode contains the F word, and references sex.  In this episode we cover:  The conventions of marriage and grief that trap people in inauthentic versions of themselves How you can love someone AND be relieved they're dead Why everyone has an opinion about how soon is too soon to date, have sex, or otherwise live your life after someone dies Grieving the time you lost living someone else's life Building your own “house of hope,” according to your own desires Notable quotes:    About our guest: Rebecca Woolf has worked as a writer since her teens - it's the way she understands both herself and the world. Her essays have appeared on Refinery29, Huffington Post, Parenting and more. She currently authors the bi-weekly column Sex &the Single Mom on Romper.com. Her latest book, ALL OF THIS: a memoir of death and desire, hits the shelves this August, 2022.    Find her on IG @rebeccawooolf (with three o's) and at Rebeccawoolf.com   Additional resources It can be hard to find information about grieving the loss of a complicated relationship (an abusive parent, or an estranged partner, for example). Check out this post on grieving people you didn't always like.    Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, and share the show with everyone you know. Talking about difficult things gets easier with practice, and that's why we're here. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.  Follow the show on TikTok @hereafterpod Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, & TT    Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bedroom Drinking
Student Loan Forgiveness and Kids Should Just Stop Having Birthday Parties

Bedroom Drinking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 66:40


This episode we're discussing doorbell cameras causing a rise in paranoia, student loan forgiveness, guilting people into going to kids birthday parties, and a bunch of other random nonsense. Enjoy!

A Mental Health Break
I Have Anxiety, So What?

A Mental Health Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 10:22


Wes Woodson is the author of the international selling book "I Have Anxiety, So What?", and travels the country inspiring students to feel more comfortable talking about mental health. This episode will give you a look into Host Vincent A. Lanci's YouTube series, Writing with Authors.When he is not speaking, Wes is the founder and chief storyteller of thehidden company, a mental health holding company housing impactful brands with the mission of revolutionizing the mental health conversation. About his book "I Have Anxiety, So What?" is the first book published by Wes Woodson. This book combines authentic storytelling and vulnerable interviews with mental health professionals to provide a guide to owning your anxiety.  According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common of mental disorders and will affect almost 30 percent of adults at some point in their lives. Author Wes Woodson's I Have Anxiety (So What?): The Unapologetic Guide to Owning Your Anxiety explores mental health, anxiety, and self-empowerment for Generation Z, the most anxious and depressed generation. Woodson dispels the level of shame that exists around talking about anxiety and mental health overall with a narrative that aims to free his generation from striving to be perfect and, unapologetically, moving towards accepting themselves unashamedly.I Have Anxiety (So What?) educates the reader about surefire ways to take control, and includes personal stories about those who have learned to better manage their anxiety and succeed at self-improvement. The book is a testament to how authentic storytelling combined with scholarly research comes together to encourage the reader to take back the power from their anxiety once and for all!Welcome to Episode #154 on A Mental Health Break - the podcast that normalizes the conversation around mental health. You are not alone. Check out all episodes weekly interviews each Tuesday since January 2020.This show is brought to you by: Tampa Counseling and Wellness- Dedicated to helping individuals looking to positively transform their lives through compassionate counseling and wellness coaching. If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, call today for a free consultation. 1 813 520 2807Show Email (Potential Podcast Guests/ Digital Editing Inquiries): PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comMental Health Week BookMr. Lanci Talks Mental Health BookWebsiteYouTubeAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenCreative Commons Attribution-ShareATune into That Entrepreneur Show here: https://ThatEntrepreneurShow.Buzzsprout.com

Here After with Megan Devine
Resilience, Resources, and Grieving In the Public Eye with Gun Violence Survivor and Advocate, Nelba Márquez-Greene

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 57:50


“I'm for survivors surviving.” - Nelba Márquez-Greene   Nelba Márquez-Greene is a marriage and family therapist, and she's an advocate for survivors of tragedy. What her offical bio doesn't say is that her child was murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary.    Each time there's a new act of public gun violence, the media erupts with sound bites and headlines: survivors of past acts of violence tell us what the newest survivors are thinking and feeling. Not only do those interviews come at a cost, they don't tell the whole story of what it's like to live on after people you love have been killed by gunfire. On this week's show, Nelba and I discuss what it's like to live such a public grief, and what it means to find joy - and hope - in an often violent world.  In this episode we cover:  Supporting each other: the difference between an “inside the house” friend and an “on the porch” friend.  Why no single form of advocacy for survivors is right for all survivors  What's missing from our ideas about “resilience” Where your money goes when you donate funds in the wake of a tragedy The importance of telling your own story in the ways you want to tell it (no matter who demands a soundbite)  What to do when the next act of gun violence happens   Click here for the episode webpage Notable quotes:  “My son was eight when his sister was murdered. He has every reason to not hope. In this country, boys who look like him are murdered with impunity more often than we report. And my son still has hope. And that gives me great hope when I can't find it.” - Nelba Márquez-Greene “What's the aim of a media outlet, or a news outlet, when they tell a specific (often traumatic) story? Like, yes, they want clicks & advertising, but they need emotional impact to get those clicks. Do you know what has emotional impact? The f*cking truth.” - Megan Devine About our guest: Nelba Márquez-Greene is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in grief, loss, trauma and their impact on individuals and systems.She founded the CTAMFT (Connecticut Association for Marriage and Family Therapy) Diversity Committee and served on the CTAMFT Board of Directors.   In 2018, she was profiled as one of “100 Women of Color” and a YWCA (CT) Women's Leadership Award recipient. She was featured in People Magazine's October 2019 issue as one of Ten Women Changing the World and also recognized by Chelsea Clinton and Hillary Clinton in their Book of Gutsy Women.   Nelba has testified and advocated at the state and federal levels on many different mental health initiatives, hosted TEDx talks, and is a nationally sought after speaker. In the many years that have followed, stints in advocacy, public policy, community care, etc. have affirmed her core belief that in order to change the world we must take care of people. First - that grief, trauma and loss must be allowed in the room. Second - that tools, language, skills, resources and acceptance should be available to live a full, grieving life.    Find her at thisgrievinglife.com Follow her on Instagram and Facebook @anagraceproject  Follow her on Twitter at @Nelba_MG and @anagraceproject    Additional resources   There are many organizations fighting to end gun violence. Here are just a few:  Moms Demand Action, Change the Ref, and Brady United.  As Nelba suggested, if you want to support survivors of gun violence, find ways to support survivors in underserved communities, especially if their tragedy didn't make the national news.    Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Follow the show on TikTok @hereafterpod   Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co   For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, & TT  Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

All Bad Podcast
Episode 98: Ep. 98 - Two More

All Bad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 54:51


Shaking the rust off! On this long overdue episode of the All Bad Podcast, we discuss what we have been up to since the last show, including pub crawls and Comic-Con. We follow up by sharing all the content we have watched, including Bodies, Bodies, Bodies, Prey, Call Me by Your Name, I'm Not Okay, The Grey Man, The Bear, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation, and more! 

Ten Thousand Posts
10K Posts Film Club: Not Okay (2022)

Ten Thousand Posts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 97:44


This week, we take a look at Quinn Shepherd's recently-released social media black comedy, Not Okay. The film tells the tale of a young journalist who finds social media success after she uses photoshop to claim to have been present at a terrorist attack, and the travails of being a young woman thrust into massive mainstream popularity, and her attempts at leveraging this position for personal gain while trying to hide that the whole thing is a fabrication.  It stars a lot of social media influencers you will be familiar with if you're about a decade and a half younger than any of us, and appears to have the moral: Not everyone's cut out to be an influencer. Cool! -------- This show is supported by Patreon. Sign up for as little as $5 a month to gain access to a new bonus episode every week, and our entire backlog of bonus episodes! Thats https://www.patreon.com/10kpostspodcast -------- Ten Thousand Posts is a show about how everything is posting. It's hosted by Hussein (@HKesvani), Phoebe (@PRHRoy) and produced by Devon (@Devon_onEarth).

Here After with Megan Devine
Welcome to the Awkward Party, Everyone: It's Season Two, Episode One

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 15:16


There's a lot going on lately - which is a massive understatement. In our personal lives and as a wider community - everything is a lot. It's a really human thing to hope things will get better (even when you're not sure how they possibly could). In this season of Here After, we're going to find out if there's any hope for us - like real, functional, tangible hope -  in conversations with interesting people about difficult things. In this episode we cover:  Why season two took so long to arrive How to talk about the pain of the world without collapsing into despair or pretending everything is fine Real world hope versus “vending machine” hope What to expect in the season ahead   Click here for the episode webpage   Notable quotes:     “I want my hope back. And it has to be a real hope, not some airy, useless hope. It has to be functional. It has to be LOGICAL. It has to be real, and rooted in actual reality. I think we only get that kind of hope if we're willing to tell the whole truth about how hard it is to be here sometimes.” - Megan Devine   About our guest:   Megan Devine is the host of Here After, and author of the best selling book, It's OK that You're Not OK. Her writings on re-humanizing grief can be found in publications such as Psychology Today, The New York Times, Harvard Business review, and The Washington Post. She serves as a grief expert for major media outlets including NPR, iHeartRadio, and the PBS documentary, Speaking Grief.   Additional resources Get in touch:   Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    Follow the show on TikTok @hereafterpod   Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, & TT  Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Redefine You Podcast

Have you ever found yourself wishing you could do something like someone else and thinking "well, it's easier for her because..."? Girl, ME TOO.This week we dive into why it is NOT OKAY to have this mindset and ways that we can get out of it when we are doing it. This is something I struggle with too, so you aren't alone!But let's remember, it is not fair to make ourselves feel better at the expense of someone else. And essentially, that is exactly what we are doing.Don't forget to share this episode and leave a review!Chat soon,Brooklyn

Will & Amala LIVE
MOVIE REVIEW: My Woke Score for “Not Okay”

Will & Amala LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 36:12


Happy Friday guys and girls! So many of you requested I react to “Not Okay,” a popular new movie on Hulu that explores how social media is impacting the younger generation, victimhood culture, trauma, and more. Was it good? Was it woke? Let's get into it.

Cinema Speak
Episode 299 - Not Okay

Cinema Speak

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 88:06


We fabricate our thoughts on Not Okay and also talk Beast, House of the Dragon, The Sandman, Ticks and The Rehearsal. Email your questions for Episode 300: cinemaspeakpodcast@gmail.com Follow the show on Twitter: @thecinemaspeak Follow the show on Instagram: cinemaspeakpodcast Subscribe on Youtube: Cinemaspeak Intro: 0:00 - 08:09 Review - Not Okay: 08:09 - 43:19 Micro-Reviews - House of the Dragon, Beast, Prey, Ticks, Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, The Sandman, The Rehearsal: 43:19 - 1:22:11 This week in new releases/Outro: 1:22:11 - 1:28:05

Fiction Fixation
Only A Little Crazy (Movie Recap, Not Okay)

Fiction Fixation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 53:07


In this episode we recap the 2022 Hulu original movie Not Okay. And...in the process I guess we prove that we are indeed not okay. Join our hilarity as we dive head first into our dark humor, contemplate the logistics of stalking, and the best ways to run from your trauma. We never said we were healthy, only entertaining. Hope you enjoy!

Here After with Megan Devine
Palliative Care Is For Everyone with Guest, Trauma Surgeon Dr. Red Hoffman

Here After with Megan Devine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 28:50


Wait, isn't palliative care something hospice does before somebody dies? Well, yes, but that's just part of the story: palliative care covers a whole lot of health conditions, even temporary medical health setbacks. Palliative care is like symptom relief for the emotional challenges of being alive. Doesn't that sound really interesting? Find out what it is, and why it applies to YOU in this week's episode.    Want your questions answered on the show? To submit your questions by voicemail, call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co   In this episode we cover:  What is palliative care and why should *anyone* outside of hospice care? Getting your colleagues to care about the emotional pain of their patients Dr. Red's love letter / shout-out to nurses  Why a skilled surgeon also needs to be a compassionate human being How to keep your personal losses out of your workplace (sort of) Why Megan hopes you'll start seeing the whole world through a palliative care lens   Notable quotes:  “There's no way I could have come back to this job without being under the care of an amazing trauma informed therapist. You have to do your work or there's no way you're going to avoid bringing all of your stuff back to the job. My partner's death definitely informs who I am personally and professionally, but it cannot be all about me in the room.” - Dr. Red Hoffman on the personal/professional gray area   About our guest: Dr. Red Hoffman is a board certified trauma surgeon trained in surgical care and hospice and palliative medicine. She's one of the leading voices advocating for palliative medicine across all departments and subspecialties in medicine. Follow her on Twitter @RedMDND Questions to Carry with you: Where are your palliative care people? Go on an expedition to find out more! Get in touch: Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right.    For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, & TW Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The /Filmcast (AKA The Slashfilmcast)
Ep. 683 - Prey

The /Filmcast (AKA The Slashfilmcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 104:59 Very Popular


David, Jeff, and Devindra discuss the miracle of Bluey, the incisiveness of Not Okay, and the brilliance of Dan Trachtenberg's Prey.  Also: we're making video versions of our reviews! Be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube at youtube.com/slashfilmcast. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend titles. Thanks to Mike C for building the Hashtag Slashtag website. Thanks to our sponsors this week! To learn more about microdosing THC go to Microdose.com and use code: filmcast to get free shipping & 30% off your first order Go to HelloFresh.com/filmcast16 and use code filmcast16 for 16 free meals across 7 boxes AND 3 free gifts Weekly Plugs David - Decoding TV: A new website for premium TV podcast content Devindra - Engadget Podcast on Samsung's new folding phones Jeff - cameo.com/jeffcannata Shownotes (All timestamps are approximate only) What we've been watching  (~38:35) David - Not Okay, The Batman: Silent Knight, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Devindra - Carter (Also Bluey S3 and The Resort) Jeff - Bluey season 3, The Resort through episode 5, Paper Girls, Glorious Featured Review (1:01:50) Prey SPOILERS (1:21:45) Support David's artistic endeavors at his Patreon. Listen and subscribe to David's interview podcast Culturally Relevant and subscribe to his YouTube channel. Check out Jeff Cannata's podcasts DLC and We Have Concerns. Listen to Devindra's podcast with Engadget on all things tech.  You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, follow us on Twitter @thefilmcastpod. Credits: Our theme song is by Varsity Blue, the newest project by Tim McEwan from The Midnight. Our Slashfilmcourt music comes from SMHMUSIC.com. Our weekly plugs music comes from Noah Ross. Our spoiler bumper comes from filmmaker Kyle Corwith. If you'd like advertise with us or sponsor us, please e-mail slashfilmcast@gmail.com. You can support the podcast by going to patreon.com/filmpodcast or by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts.

Scene-It Movie Reviews
#063 | Bodies Bodies Bodies, Day Shift & RRR Movie Reviews

Scene-It Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 179:01


June joins Kova Stephanie and Spoiler Steve to discuss A24's Bodies Bodies Bodies, Netflix's Day Shift and RRR!  00:01:36 – Intro 00:33:57 – RRR 01:11:12 – Day Shift 01:39:48 – Bodies Bodies Bodies 02:08:16 – The Banter Corner | The Box Office, The Streaming Wars, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, Documentaries, The Most Hated Man on the Internet, Trainwreck: Woodstock ‘99, The Princess, Not Okay, Secret Headquarters, Cocaine Cowboys, Manifest, Resident Alien, Veep, Loot Support us on Patreon HERE **NEW SHOWS ARE COMING TO OUR PATREON** Read Stephanie's review of Top Gun: Maverick HERE Listen to Stephanie on the StarkCast here Listen to Spoiler Steve on the StarkCast here Listen to Kova on the StarkCast here Listen to our seventeenth episode of The Blindspot reviewing Donnie Brasco here Listen to our twenty-third episode of Back to the Movies covering the second and third acts of Catch Me If You Can here Listen to the sixth episode of Back to the Shire covering the third act of Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – Extended Edition here Send us emails and feedback to info@sceneitcast.com Check out our website sceneitcast.com Check out Michael H. Cannon's work at @artildawn  

Let's Fight a Boss
Ep 167: Oh dear, America

Let's Fight a Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 177:12 Very Popular


It's worth the animal abuse.13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim spoilers end at 01:27:30PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/LFABEMAIL: askletsfightaboss@gmail.comTWITTER: https://twitter.com/LetsFightABossINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/letsfightabossQuest Log:Not Okay, Stranger Things, Uncle from Another World, The Rehearsal, Kakegurui Twin, WWE SummerSlamStrategy Talk:Xenoblade Chronicles 3, 20 Minutes Till Dawn, Stray, PlayStation Plus Extra, The Quarry, Guilty Gear -Strive-, Elden Ring, 13 Sentinels: Aegis RimQuicktime Events:- Rumors of another Tomb Raider reboot- Splatoon 3 is a game that is being released in one month- EVO 2022 fighting game announcements - a new Tekken is in development, Kimberly and Juri are playable in Street Fighter 6, a new Fatal Fury / Garou game is green-lit!Loot Drop:Niamh:münecat on YouTube - Climate Change: Capitalism's Final Boss - https://youtu.be/YbYpbXMUsYMJohn:markReymer on YouTube - Berserk. Guts vs Rosine. Fan Animation - https://youtu.be/par0rwkCCB0Bryan:The Golden Bolt on YouTube - INSERT DISC 2: A Brief History of Multi-Disc Video Games - https://youtu.be/9gpCYOYi-I8Editing:Oni Dino - https://twitter.com/Oni_DinoOutro Music:Twinkle Park on SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/twinklepark/lets-fight-a-boss-outro-theme

Every Outfit
On Kim and Pete, Bodies Bodies Bodies, Issey Miyake

Every Outfit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 63:55 Very Popular


On this week's episode, the girls discuss the demise of Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson's relationship, the deaths of Olivia Newton John and Issey Miyake, the enduring brilliance of Trent Harris' The Beaver Trilogy, Anne Heche's extremely fucked up downward spiral, Lars von Trier's Parkinson's diagnosis, the horrifying interiors in Netflix's How to Build a Sex Room, our mixed feelings about Not Okay and They/Them, our love of A24's Bodies Bodies Bodies, Chelsea's bizarre phobia of reed diffusers, and more!   This week's episode is brought to you by Nutrafol. Enter the promo code OUTFIT  to save FIFTEEN DOLLARS off  your first month's subscription. Only available to US customers for a limited time.As well as,  HelloFresh. Looking to get healthy in 2022? Or can't be bothered to go to the grocery store? Try America's #1 Meal Kit. Go to HelloFresh.com/Outfit16and use code outfit16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts!

Like a Virgin
Zero Dollars is No Money

Like a Virgin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 62:33


Fran & Rose have been nonstop consuming media, so they made a special episode completely dedicated to yesterday's — literally — pop culture: the culmination of this season of FBoy Island (with spoilers!), Harley Quinn's return, West World's decline, new movies They/Them, Not Okay, and Bodies Bodies Bodies, Pretty Woman and Good Luck To You, Leo Grande as a double feature of good movies with yikesy portrayals of sex work, Netflix's Fleabagesque Persuasion adaptation, Maggie Rogers' new album/PhD project and the Beyoncé remixes  Plus, Like A Virgin book club members get some juicy recs including Book Lovers by Emily Henry and Husband Material by Alexis Hall tag our finsta @likeavirgin42069See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Feminists Without Mystique
Ep 181: Not Okay

Feminists Without Mystique

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 87:07


After having a little fun with the recent news that the FBI raided Trump's Mar-a-Lago club (!), We discussed Hulu's new film "Not Okay."   We see you: The Bachelor franchise, The Door McAllen, Meta and Norfolk Police Department, Johnny Depp and Beck, Dane Cook, Gen Z trending toward Catholicism because...vibes?!   -   feministswithoutmystique.com Support us on Ko-fi!  Twitter: @fwmpodcast Instagram: @feministswithoutmystique Facebook: facebook.com/fwmpodcast Email: feministswithoutmystique@gmail.com 

U Up?
Am I Trusting My Gut Or Being Judgemental? Ft. Zoey Deutch

U Up?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 85:25 Very Popular


On this week's episode, Jared and Jordana start with a discussion about how every family has a “lazy one” and why they need a travel agent. The first emailer asks how to trust your gut on whether or not you like someone. She lists several reasons she doesn't think they're a match, but is she being too judgmental? The Awkward Sexual Encounter involves an unusual accessory. Later, a listener asks if she should be concerned that her boyfriend never had a “hoe phase.” Do men even think about dating phases like that or is he trying to warm her up for a breakup? J&J advise her on how to address it with him which leads to a conversation about “relationship talk” and emotional maturity. Finally, Jordana is joined by Zoey Deutch to chat about her new movie “Not Okay” and play around of Red Flag or Deal Breaker about lying on your profile, seeing ghosts, and ordering off the kids' menu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mega64 Podcast
Mega64 Podcast 653 - Live From The 64X Stage

Mega64 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


This week on The Mega64 podcast we are live from 64X! We talk more about the film Not Okay out now on Hulu, the Severance Comic-Con experience, and much more!

Collider Conversations
Zoey Deutch Interview: The Positives of Method Acting, Her Producing Goals and Not Okay

Collider Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 37:49


Zoey Deutch has been busy carving her own path in this industry for years now, and it's something special. Not only has she racked up credits that highlight her greatest strengths while also showing off her range in front of the lens, but she's also put a considerable about of time into building her behind-the-scenes resume as well. In fact, her third film serving as a producer is now available to stream on Hulu. It's Not Okay.Deutch also stars in the film as Danni Sanders. When the movie begins, Danni's having a rough go of it in a number of respects. She's an aspiring writer who isn't really excelling at the craft, she's got no social life, and she's struggling to build a social media presence. Desperate to make some improvements online, Danni decides to pretend she's been sent on a trip to Paris, Photoshopping photos from her Brooklyn apartment to gain Instagram followers. Perhaps it can be considered a somewhat harmless lie until Paris suffers an attack and Danni is labeled a hero when she “returns." Rather than fess up and admit the truth, Danni gets caught up in finally having an audience, and continues to present herself as an influencer, advocate, and survivor.It's a bold film that demands everyone involved, but especially Deutch, go full force in depicting this despicable spiral of lies. How exactly does one build the skillset, courage, and know-how to jump into such a project as a producer and a headliner? That's exactly what we covered with Deutch on a brand new episode of Collider Ladies Night.Check out this conversation to hear all about Deutch's experience overcoming Vampire Academy's disappointing reception, the very different but equally memorable experiences she had working with Mark Rylance on The Outfit and Jesse Eisenberg on Zombieland: Double Tap, what her primary goals are as a producer, and so much more! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec
AUG 2, 2022 - MY DAY IN THE PARK WITH JON STEWART

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 24:06 Very Popular


After a day in the park talking to veterans, Jack Posobiec reached a TRUCE with Jon Stewart in support of the PACT Act. SEMICONDUCTOR SWINDLE: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi landed in Taiwan as she continues to sell out the people of America, Taiwan, and China. The suspect in the Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh assassination attempt identified as a trans woman and went by ‘Sophie' on Reddit. REGIME PROPAGANDA: the new Hulu film ‘Not Okay', was given a trigger warning for having an ‘unlikable female protagonist'. Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec Save up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSO Go to patriotmobile.com/poso/ or call 972-PATRIOT to get free activation with offer code POSO

Mega64 Podcast
Mega64 Podcast 652 - Mega64 Is Now On Hulu & Disney+

Mega64 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022


This week on the Mega64 podcast Rocco and Garrett are taking the reigns to bring you high-octane podcasting! They talk about the Hulu original film Not Okay that features Rocco and Shawn as Todd and Aaron, beating Stray, and Garrett finally has good internet!

Canceled Too Soon
Critically Acclaimed #228 | Thirteen Lives, Not Okay, Resurrection, Allegoria, This is Gwar

Canceled Too Soon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 73:56


William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are still sick, but that's not going to stop them from reviewing Ron Howard's new drama THIRTEEN LIVES, the Hulu comedy NOT OKAY, the psychological thriller RESURRECTION, the Shudder horror anthology ALLEGORIA and the heavy metal documentary THIS IS GWAR! Thirteen Lives - 3:27  Not Okay - 19:46  Resurrection - 32:12  Allegoria - 39:51  This is GWAR - 51:34  Review Round-Up - 1:08:31  Subscribe on Patreon at www.patreon.com/criticallyacclaimednetwork for exclusive content and exciting rewards, like bonus episodes, commentary tracks and much, much more! And visit our TeePublic page to buy shirts, mugs and other exciting merchandise!  Email us at letters@criticallyacclaimed.net, so we can read your correspondence and answer YOUR questions in future episodes! Follow us on Twitter at @CriticAcclaim, join the official Fan Club on Facebook, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold, and head on over to www.criticallyacclaimed.net for all their podcasts, reviews and more!       v.     Support the show: https://www.patreon.com//criticallyacclaimednetworkSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chicks in the Office
Zoey Deutch Interview + Olivia Rodrigo & Joshua Bassett Red Carpet

Chicks in the Office

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 85:48 Very Popular


NEW SUMMER CITO MERCH > http://bit.ly/citomerch. Olivia Rodrigo & Joshua Bassett together on red carpet (19:38-28:53). JoJo Siwa vs Candace Cameron Bure (29:48-39:44). Britney Spears update (40:47-48:44). Interview with Zoey Deutch – talking her new movie Not Okay, why LAX is the worst airport in the world + more! (50:22-1:22:17). Subscribe to our YouTube > http://bit.ly/CITOYOUTUBE. Follow us on Instagram @chicksintheoffice and on Twitter @chicksintheoff + subscribe to our Snapchat show > http://bit.ly/thegroupchat.

Fake The Nation
Engaygement (w/ Nadia Alexander, Gaby Dunn, & Quinn Shephard)

Fake The Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 47:06


Negin's "Not Okay" director, Quinn Shephard, and co-star, Nadia Alexander, along with comedian, Gaby Dunn, all join in conversation to talk about all the things going on this week. What's going on with gay marriage bills? How is social media affecting our brain? And how should we feel about Bennifer being married? ——Rate Fake The Nation 5-stars on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review! Follow Negin Farsad on Twitter Email Negin fakethenation@headgum.com Support her Patreon  ——Host - Negin Farsad ——Engineer - Stepfanie Aguilar  ——Theme Music - Gaby AlterSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.