Listen to the full show for Friday, October 15th, 2021! -The River Rock N' Roll Machine: Linkin Park's “Numb' -What's On Your Mind: Kelsey Grammar's Sad History -Giants vs. Dodgers -Older School -The Joe Zone -This Just In -Halloween = Diabetes This Year -What The Fact! -Passive Aggressive Work Emails TheDog, Joe and Dana Show is live Monday-Friday 5:45am-10:00am on 93.7 The River in Sacramento, CA!
Numboween: ‘Tis the Season A chill in the air. Trees shedding their leaves. The days shortening as the world shifts into fall. To quote Al Jourgensen, “Every day is Halloween!” Or at least it can be, if you're one of the worldwide horror obsessives who live and die by black T-shirts, spooky interior decoration, and... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents: Numboween appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.
1:02 Guilty All The Same 6:56 Points Of Authority 10:10 One Step Closer 13:19 17:41 Blackout intro 9:17 Papercut 21:27 Rebellion 25:17 Burn it down 29:10 36:13 Robot Boy intro 38:10 Joe solo 40:23 Final Masquerade 44:01 Mike solo 46:34 Numb 49:56 In The End 53:29 Faint 57:15 1:08:02 Crawling 1:10:34 Until It's Gone 1:13:17 Bleed It Out 1:18:00 Team UNPLUGGED.
This is a clear, informative and hopeful tea on the circular economy and lessons from Africa. For anyone who wants to be inspired by changemakers, and know how we could step beyond green washing and impact change. Rach and Joanna talk rebalancing power dynamics in global supply chains, with practical understandable examples. Joanna leads Footprints Africa, who lead the way promoting circular economy principles. This tea amplifies the voice of hope for creating a new way forward. Clear examples, lessons to learn, local & global, and Africa. Lively, thought provoking and powerhouse women. Go grab your cuppa! Resources: The "Not Boring" Circular Economy Report Geo-located map of African Case Studies Linkedin: Rach Joanna Footprints Africa
BudgetPedalChap is joined by the main man of doom, Mr Lee Pedabadadoo. We do another podcast, news show crossover today with some extra special news being reserved for you lovely lot over in podcast land because that's the way we roll. We discuss an auto-wah with Canadian leanings, we talk about the most unfortunate reverb there is and quite a funny little box. Bellow verily to our patreon backers, who are awesome and for as little as two dollars a month, you can be one of those cool kids. Visit www.patreon.com/frettalk to find out more... Don't forget to have your online on the Fret Talk Podcast group on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/690366661155328/?ref=bookmarkssay and join in with the live streams at the PBOD Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/64533347864/ Find your host at: BudgetPedalChap www.Facebook.com/budgetpedalchap www.Instagram.com/budgetpedalchap https://www.youtube.com/budgetpedalchap or search ‘budget pedal chap' on YouTube Matt www.Facebook.com/SwitchIOM www.twitch.tv/heel_mattq www.twitter.com/heel_mattq www.instagram.com/heel_mattq Lee https://www.facebook.com/groups/64533347864/ www.pbodoom.com www.youtube.com/pedalboardsofdoom Will http://www.arocketcomplex.com/ www.youtube.com/user/ARocketComplex www.instagram.com/arcwillpowell/ Ollie www.Facebook.com/OllieMilesMusic Paul M www.Dontpanic.com www.Dontpanic.co.uk www.Facebook.com/dontpanicblackpool www.Instagram.com/showmaster87 Paul F www.Twitter.com/VitaminnP Chris www.Facebook.com/demolabstudio Moog www.Facebook.com/Rapscallionmusic Andrew ‘The Guitar Geek' Ferris https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI5i6aBbINMIEkYW3b6olHg www.Instagram.com/theguitargeekyt Ayrton https://www.facebook.com/TheSinCircus/ Sean youtube.com/SeanPierceJohnson @stompboxsaturday on IG @seanpiercejohnson on IG Band stuff: CockeyedOptimist.net facebook.com/CockeyedOptimistRock @cockeyedoptimist on IG Music available on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/cockeyed-optimist/441835940 and Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/7a0bFlRv1D2WFz4uAy5exL Eric https://www.facebook.com/ThePedalboardJedi/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fret-talk/message
A Quiet Place: Makes Some Noise In 2018, John Krasinski and company brought us A Quiet Place. An instantly popular horror film, the film gave birth to a new franchise. The movie also cemented Krasinski as a screenwriter and director. What Works, What Does Not Family is at the heart of A Quiet Place, where a... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents: A Quiet Place appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.
A pivotal game early in the Mike Norvell era went the wrong way, and it was ugly. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon, Cambridge University Press, BookShop.org, or wherever you buy your books. I would... The post Florida State 14, Wake Forest 35 – Postgame Numb, Lukewarm Takes appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.
‘A Little Book of Self-Care for Those Who Grieve began as notes scratched out over many midnights; thoughts formed as I lay sleepless, or in the aftermath of painful dreams.'
Rafael Davila was found in the gutters of a back alley street in Washington D.C., by his two young children. He had hit rock bottom, didn't have the balls to take his own life, didn't want to feel anymore, hoping for an accidental overdose. He had lost his father years prior, and now his mother was dying of cancer. Rafael lays it all out for America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, and shares his rollercoaster ride through addiction and to recovery. Some say addiction is genetic, but his twin brother never fell into it. Others say it's all about environment, but they were raised by a loving mother in an affluent middle class suburb. Rafael tells us without hesitation, the main reason people fall into drug and alcohol abuse and addiction. It's a simple emotion that we all have to cope with and deal at points in our lives. But why does it take some, when others find a way to break free? This is the true story of a man who saw the end of his life, was ready to no longer feel, but then found the light and now is a daily servant to help others be saved from their own demons.XXPlease Follow and Subscribe to the Podcast. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgYoutube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJMf11IH83gaOfRq9TxsaOwHost Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/kurt_caceres/Podcast Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/rollcall.podcast/Podcast Twitter:https://twitter.com/rollcall_pod?lang=enPodcast Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/rollcall2020/Producer:https://www.instagram.com/provenance_room/Website:https://www.provenanceroom.com/rollcall
Blood for Dracula: A Unique Take As it approaches its 50th anniversary, Paul Morrissey's Blood for Dracula remains an idiosyncratic take on the Bram Stoker mythos. Shown in a variety of cuts – and under various titles – through the years, July saw the release of a definitive 4K/Blu-ray package courtesy of the tireless genre preservationists... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents: Blood for Dracula appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.
INFJs have this tendency to stay calm and aloof in the moment of crisis and then go into their room or cave to process emotions. We also emotionally numb ourselves because we need to stay strong and perfect for the sake of family and friends. Do you do this?Thank you for listening! I have just started an online community called Soul Vitamins where you can access all of my courses, books, and videos for a low monthly price. Check it out at https://bit.ly/soulvitamins2 If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways:Buy my course on creating healthy boundaries at http://bit.ly/boundariescourse2Check out my YouTube Channel at https://m.youtube.com/c/BoomShikhaJoin my FB group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/boomshikha/ Email me at boomshikha at themillionairehippie dot com if you have feedback. Love and light as always,Boom Shikha See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Creature Feature: All Creatures Here Below… Gettysburg's Creature Feature Weekend debuted in 2019, and presented a modest alternative to bigger and more crowded East-Coast horror conventions. The con brought a fine group of guests and quality vendors to an out-of-the-way venue, while signaling a burgeoning interest in Pennsylvania-based horror cons. Return of the Weekend After... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents: Creature Feature Weekend appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.
Do you know if you're in a numb or neutral mindset? Let's break down what both look like so you can determine which you're in and start to stay in a neutral place. The post NUMB VS. NEUTRAL appeared first on Lindsay E. Preston Life Coaching.
Zach is joining me again for another episode of the bestest show by two mediocre White guys. We talk about the Phil Torres article regarding the merging of New Atheists and the far-right. We also talked about how mostly White dudes got their fragile feelings hurt by even suggesting such a thing. Some of them are podcasters y'all might know. Just saying. Oh, and my junk going numb is a topic. And the recent developments regarding how my lovely state is banning vaccine outreach to kids. We're in a race to bottom. Mississippi here we come!
This week we cut very close to the bone by discussing a record that is literally precious and essential to one member of the team - 1993's "Numb" by the bicoastal debatably screamo band CAMPAIgN. Please be sure to check our youtube and instagram for scans of the many... many... included pages.
Saint Maud: All Hail If you haven’t seen Saint Maud as of yet, have no fears, we won’t spoil a thing for you. But we will explore what sets Rose Glass’ film apart from the rest of the horrors flirting with religious overtones – or undertones. The first-time feature film writer/director delivered an intriguing dramatic... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents Saint Maud appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.
Jonny Numb, one half of The Last Knock podcast asks Doug and Jamie to do him a solid and just look at a lot of naked ladies! Jamie isn't quite happy with the male love interest and imagines a movie where Traci Lords ends up with the reformed Jeremy, while this movie prompts Doug to watch both the 1957 original and the 1995 re-remake. Nope. it's not Humanoids from the Deep...even though it contains an extended scene from that film. And it's not Hollywood Boulevard...even though it contains an extended scene from that film as well. And while the opening credits might confuse you as to what Corman film you're about to see, trust us, It's Not of This Earth!Consider supporting the show on Patreon Full episodes are available on: Blame it on Rio The House on Sorority Row A He-Man and She-Ra Christmas The Hollywood Knights The Great Outdoors Silver Bullet One Magic Christmas The Cabbage Patch Kids First Christmas Under the Cherry Moon Haunted Honeymoon CommandoBeverly Hills Madam Happy Birthday to Me A Christmas Dream A Garfield Christmas SupergirlGarlic is as Good as Ten Mothers Who's Harry Crumb Missing in Action 2: The Beginning Revenge of the Stepford Wives Evil Dead II DuneA Claymation Christmas CelebrationHoward the DuckHow to Beat the High Cost of LivingThey LiveThis House Possessed& more.. Including our 80's Handshake 5, 90's Handshake 5, Questions and Answers, Interviews & covering/ranking all movies in the Friday the 13th Franchise! Merch on TeePublic Visit our WebsiteVisit our YouTube ChannelFollow us on TwitterAnd on InstagramFind us on Facebook
The ironic thing about our digital devices, is that they promise constant stimulation . . . and yet we find they end up making us feel numb. Numb in terms of struggling to be present. Numb in feeling overloaded with information and choices. Numb in feeling like we often view even our own experiences from a third-party perspective. My guest today, Dr. Charles Chaffin, has written a book called Numb: How the Information Age Dulls Our Senses and How We Can Get Them Back, which explores the various ways internet-induced numbness manifests itself, from FOMO to choice overload on dating apps. On the show today we focus in particular on how the news media and social media can negatively alter the way we experience life and what to do about it. We first discuss how recovering our sense of engagement with life begins with thinking about the fact that our attention is a finite resource, and being intentional about how we direct that resource. We then discuss how to deal with what Charles calls the "attention panhandlers" who vie for our engagement online. Charles talks about the phenomenon of compassion fatigue, where there are so many worthy causes you could take up, that you end up doing nothing at all. We then discuss how Instagram can change the way you experience life in an age where we can all feel like content creators. We end our conversation with how to wrest back control of your attention, and use it towards action rather than distraction. After the show is over, check out the show notes at aom.is/numb See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nautical Horror: Crests and Troughs We’re talking about ship related horror, but you can forget about the “Ahoy, matie!” crap. With Nautical Horror, we’ll look at those films that either rise above on the high seas or sink below the waves. After all, it’s hard to get more isolated then being on a ship with... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents Nautical Horror appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.
When she was still consuming sugar, Melissa was very anxious, overwhelmed, exhausted, and angry. As a young child, she used to hide sweet foods in her room, and she continued to eat lots of sugar into her adult years.Then when she became a mother and had her second child who wasn't sleeping, and her first child who had sensory challenges and food allergies, it was her chiropractor who asked her: What are you eating?And she started learning about food and its impact on her energy, her moods, and her emotional needs.When she started training to be a certified health coach, she started to really think about why she was turning to sugar. Now she feels better equipped to cope with the ups and downs of life. She can actually feel her emotions and express them instead of use sugar to numb her feelings. She's developed other healthier tools to deal with them. Find Melissa here: https://free2bcoaching.com/ Find all the podcast episodes and download my 5 tips to help you with cravings here: https://aftersugarclub.com/podcast/
The Kousins talk about the debut album from W.A.S.P. Kousin Tim had never heard the album and knew very little about the band outside of the hits. Roadie Ray joins the Kousins as this is one of his favorite bands (other than KISS) and saw them open for KISS on the Animalize tour. We know he loves it, as does Kousin Gary. So, how does Kousin Marvin feel about and was KT a thumbs or thumbs down? How do you feel about it? Let us know by calling the TLDNetwork (KUZZ Army) hotline and leave a message for the Kousins at 336-422-NUMB (6862). This podcast was recorded in The Less Desirables Studios in The Lab at Industry Hill and recorded via Zoom, sponsored by Bull's Tavern in WSNC.
The Kousins talk about their fantasy song and artist list for a make-believe KISS MY ASS II. 10-17 songs with artists you'd like to hear doing them. There are some interesting choices with two Kousins hitting at least one song/band the same. What would be your fantasy artist/song list for such a thing? Let us know by calling the TLDNetwork (KUZZ Army) hotline and leave a message for the Kousins at 336-422-NUMB (6862). This podcast was recorded in The Less Desirables Studios in The Lab at Industry Hill and recorded via Zoom, sponsored by Bull's Tavern in WSNC.
"Numbing" is how we escape life's hard moments and get a break. It's so nice sometimes to just zone out for awhile, right?! But is it a helpful thing to do? When we are anxious and we cope by eating, when we need to have a hard conversation and we play video games instead, or when our kids are being needy and we tune them out in favor of the TV...these are all examples of numbing. While it's very understandable behavior, numbing actually makes things worse. It causes us to get disconnected from the people in our lives and even ourselves too. Let's have a conversation about why we numb and how to start living from a place of presence and intention rather than zoning out. Rebecca Hunter, MSW is a private practice therapist in small town Oregon. She helps business leaders maintain excellent mental heath, so they can prevent burnout. Back to Calm is a fully online anxiety recovery program for busy entrepreneurs looking for more balance in their lives. For free advice, information and resources, join me in The Anxiety Recovery Club- my free group!
Kelsey is wildly disappointed by a raccoon, Robert sews on an extra nipple, we debate the existence of the pony. The dog rap was from Doug!! SPOILERS Backbone 31:25 - 38:51 Our theme song is "The Grim Reaper Blows the Horn" by Firage. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Get some YMBToAP merch on ya bod! Find and friend YMBToAP on social media! Patreon | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Twitch | TikTok
Psycho Goreman: Psycho or Psych-Out? Writer-director-special FX guru Steven Kostanski made a name for himself as part of the renowned Astron-6 collective. Films like Manborg, Father's Day, and The Editor show his multi-faceted creativity in full force. With Psycho Goreman, Kostanski and company attempt to mash-up PG-rated family values, alien creatures in latex suits, and... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents: Psycho Goreman appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.
The Kousins talk about the first solo album, post-KISS, from Ace Frehley, titled Frehley's Comet. We go through the songs, one-by-one, critique what we do or don't like, how it felt to hear Ace again, and so on. Were you a "rock soldier" for this album or did you want to "breakout?" Let us know by calling the TLDNetwork (KUZZ Army) hotline and leave a message for the Kousins at 336-422-NUMB (6862). This podcast was recorded in The Less Desirables Studios in The Lab at Industry Hill and recorded via Zoom, sponsored by Bull's Tavern in WSNC.
"M" expresses how every day feels painfully the same, "S" lacks all motivation to better herself, "J" feels too stuck in her depression to reach her goals, and "V" is taking a positive approach to finally overcome her numbing habits. I've gone through a period of feeling numb and "stuck" not too long ago. I felt paralyzed in my current mental and physical state; unable to find motivation or even reason to change. BUT - I can proudly say I'm no longer there! Let's talk about ways to get "unstuck" and begin our journey to mental freedom! If you would like to submit an entry, go to submitdeardiary.com Follow Holly on Instagram for more entries & conversations @submitdeardiary Subscribe on YouTube Podcast production and music by Alvarez Audio
This week we answered some awesome #mailbag questions from our listeners and made our picks for the Des Moines Open. For our Deer review we paired Fall River Brewing's Numb and Number with the Evader from Dynamic Discs. Thanks for listening, we love ya'll!
Why are we so blind, why do we see so little, when there is much around us to see? So asks philosopher Alva Noë in Strange Tools, an exploration of how art objects contain, persuade, envelop, and direct our attention. What happens when we love a song, poem, or a moment in a day? How do these works of art direct and misdirect our attention? What––physically, emotionally, actually––happens to us in these moments of transport? And how can we talk about any of this without poorly paraphrasing that direct experience? These are the questions Podcast Editor Josh Wagner was left with at the end of our last episode of Poetism. So, in this week's installment, Josh invited Mitch Therieau, a Stanford researcher working on contemporary literature, to unravel the interstices of Lisa Robertson's R's Boat (2010) and the Airborne Toxic Event's 2011 hit “Numb” off of All at Once. Robertson's poetry captures fleeting moments of stillness and the everyday, placing them in complex and abstract forms, while Numb's soundscape desensitizes listeners to the world around them. Over the course of their conversation, Mitch and Josh plumb the surface-level depths of Robertson's avant-garde poetry and trace the music history at the core of the Airborne Toxic Event's track. Longtime listeners might be interested to compare Mitch's idea of what America is with Josh's––way back from his first episode with Back in America. Stay tuned for next week's episode with Los Angeles-based filmmaker and tap dancer Johnnie Hobbs, featuring Amiri Baraka and D'Angelo and The Vanguard. Check out frontman for the Airborne Toxic Event Mikel Jollett's 2020 memoir Hollywood Park.
Steffie Baik is one of the most interesting entrepreneurs I've ever met! She started with a successful career in real estate, then pivoted to entertainment where she now does so much. She's a model, actor, streamer on twitch, and is on the incredible podcast, Fun With Dumb. My favorite part about this episode is her honesty in the path of discovering what she wants to do. She had a life where she almost didn't chase the creative entertainment side of it, then changed that path. I think that's a really encouraging lesson and story for a lot of people to hear. A lot of us have that opportunity to just stay in a lane where we can make a bunch of money, but maybe there's something deep down that we actually want to do a lot more. Her explaining that story and her chasing that feeling of passion was something that I found really really inspiring. I hope that you find some value in that and inspiration in that as well! If you do, share this episode with a friend. It's the most helpful thing you can do for the podcast! Timstamps: 0:00 - Intro: 7:53 - Steffie's Different Past Work 9:15 - Finding Her Path & Needing to Make Money 19:42 - Numb to Rejection & Leaning into Fear 22:21 - Getting into Acting 24:18 - Understanding You Can Do Whatever You Want 27:21 - Fun with Dumb Podcast 31:09 - Dealing with Confidence and Overcoming Fear 34:02 - Not Thinking About Money on a Creative Journey 35:40 - Instagram Life is a Persona 37:53 - Manifesting Your Destiny 39:50 - Listening to Your Inner Child 44:12 - Steffie Asks About Andrew 45:12 - Steffie's Advice 46:50 - Prioritize Yourself 48:36 - Slowing the Grind and Asking for Help 49:30 - Appreciating the Little Things 50:31 - Bonding Over Broken Bones 54:09 - Secret Fears 55:44 - Conclusion Steffie Baik: Instagram: @baikedguds Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/steffiebaik/ Fun With Dumb Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkZHRwJ7aEj_52D0Jkb6X5w Andrew Cramb: Instagram: @andrew_ftw Where Are All My Friends Podcast: Bonus Patreon Content: https://www.patreon.com/whereareallmyfriends Website: https://www.whereareallmyfriends.com Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2_TuYF3dJ0rF0L51_0DVaQ?sub_confirmation=1
Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Allegra Jordyn (Pop) to the Show! ● Web: allegrajordyn.com ● IG: @allegrajordyn ● FB: @allegrajordyn ● TW: @allegrajordyn ● TK: @allegrajordyn ● YT: @allegrajordyn ● SC: @allegra-jordyn The musical journey of modern pop artist Allegra Jordyn is orchestrated with deep sonic layers – spectral keyboards, inventive drum samples, and a chorus of voices. On her upcoming EP, Take It From Me, I Know, the spacious instrumentation highlights her expressive vocal clarity and the resolve and conviction within the melodic chronicles of her songs. ● Media Inquiries: Amanda Blide Executive Director of Publicity TREND: PR | Branding | Social Media www.TrendPR.com
Gill discusses using alcohol to escape. You'll learn about instant gratification versus actually working for stress relief, tips to deal with stress without drinking, and a couple of interesting studies about how brain differences in social versus problem drinkers influence our desire to escape, and how alcohol relates to overall happiness. As a listener of Sober Powered, Exact Nature is giving you 20% off all of your future orders with the code SP20. Click here to learn more or visit www.exactnature.comSee all of my eBooks here.Check out my new YouTube channel, new videos every Tuesday. Please subscribe!Key takeaways and sources are posted here.Follow Sober Powered on Instagram for more education and inspirationJoin the Sober Powered Facebook Group for extra supportAnd if you're enjoying this podcast, please use this link to leave a review on iTunes. This podcast takes so much effort and work to create, and each review increases the possibility that this podcast can be seen by people who may need it. Disclaimer: all of the information described in this podcast is my interpretation of the research combined with my opinion.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/soberpowered)
Happy July! While Stan and the usual Back in America podcast are on a hiatus this summer, Podcast Editor Josh Wagner will be hosting a new series entitled Poetism, tracing the foundations of and influences behind American poetry and music. Each week, Josh will invite a guest on the air to talk about an unusual pairing of a poem and song––seeing how they overlap and converse with one another. In the process, we hope to expose listeners to new poets and songs and make a case for the enduring relevance of poetry in an age of digital and visual media. In our inaugural episode, Josh is joined by Fang Liu, a linguistics major from Stanford, to talk about memory and imagination in Patrick Rosal's 2015 ekphrastic poem “Children Walk on Chairs to Cross a Flooded Schoolyard” and The Doors' “Wild Child” off of the 1969 record The Soft Parade. Stay tuned for next week's episode on sensations of loneliness through the Airborne Toxic Event's early 2000s bop “Numb” and poet Lisa Robertson's R's Boat (2010).
https://www.theshiftinside.com/tide/ to find out more about dismantling your fear of hunger. Is this a problem for you? In this podcast episode of The Eating Coach, we dive into this topic - one that I have not heard discussed often. I talk openly about my own anxiety around my appetite, and what happened when I actually decided to experience hunger intentionally. I was very surprised at what I discovered. Part One: Why You Might Have a Fear of Hunger Childhood experiences. Food was used to give adults power over you. Food as a way to Numb yourself out In both scenarios, hunger can act as a very persuasive PR tool being used by your child rebel or the part of you that feels it is essential to numb out I managed overeating a long time ago, but lockdown created a very powerful PR for my compulsion because I was doing too much. I dissolved Some key relationships which created lots of fear. I perceived genuine hunger which was not always genuenuine. about managing my life Part Two: What Happened When I Faced My Fear of Hunger I realised that hunger is not a fire, it is a tide I realised that hunger is plastic I discuss the role that ghrelin (the hunger hormone plays) here and the evolutionary reasoning behind the plastic nature of hunger Part Three: Over To You Ideas for you to get going on your fear of hunger RESOURCES Intermittent fasting 2.0 episode https://eatingcoach.libsyn.com/ec-177-your-internal-hunger-games The Metronome https://www.theshiftinside.com/metronome/ Fear of Hunger coaching programme https://www.theshiftinside.com/tide/
We had the pleasure of interviewing Awsten Knight over Zoom video! Waterparks debut their highly anticipated album Greatest Hits, via 300 Entertainment! The 17-track album is dynamic and colorful, each track tells a unique story and showcases a range of genres and emotions. From the title track "Greatest Hits" that kicks off the album to "See You In The Future" which closes it out, listeners will get a peak into Awsten and the guys' inner thoughts. Fans have been massively awaiting a new body of work from Waterparks, and with this release, they are starting a whole new era of their music. Waterparks have had an exciting road to the album. Greatest Hits comes after the culmination of Waterparks Wednesdays - where the guys debuted a new release on Wednesdays leading up to the album. Recently released singles include: "Just Kidding", "You'd Be Paranoid Too (If Everyone Was Out To Get You)", "Numb" and the Daft Punk-esque "Snow Globe".Frontman Awsten Knight graced the cover of VMAN Magazine and was featured in a Rolling Stone Twitch Livestream Performance. Recently, the guys went on *virtual* tour for their livestream performance - The Anti-Tour, which was a great way for the guys to connect with fans and share live music, even if they couldn't do it in person. The band is gearing up for an upcoming performance as part of The Wiltern Livestream Series on June 4. Waterparks have also rescheduled their Europe headline tour for 2022 and have just been confirmed to play at the 2021 Slam Dunk Festivals!We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #GreatestHits #AwstenKnight #Waterparks #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetworkListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
This week on the podcast, Henry and Alex Seeley, pastors of "The Belonging Co." in Nashville are here to talk about the danger of deception and bitterness and core values that will shape your life. We'll also get under the hood of their personal journeys of risk and change, and what kept them anchored in truth and stability along the way. If you enjoy this episode with Henry and Alex, I'm sure you'll also enjoy: 203: Sam Collier on The Transformation of the Mind, Deciding to Not Be Defined By Your Past, and How to Realize Your Greater Story 205: What to Do When You're Numb, Exhausted, and Doing Things that Don't Matter (feat. Jon Tyson) Episode Links: Henry and Alex's Website | Facebook | Henry's Instagram | Alex's Instagram | YouTube Subscribe to #WinTodayShow on YouTube. Join the conversation wherever hashtags are welcome using #WinTodayShow.
Deep Core Specialist Erica Ziel has always had an interest in the human body. How it moved, how it functioned, how it was all connected. This interest led her to a B.Sc. in Health and Human Performance, becoming a certified STOTT Pilates instructor, personal trainer and nutrition coach. She's been featured in publications like Shape and People magazine, Mind Body Green, and more. In this wide ranging conversation we discuss how you can heal pain and disfunction in your body at any stage of motherhood, (it's never too late!) and why your fascia and pelvic floor is where you start. Episode Links: IG @EricaZeil Facebook @EricaZeilFitness Erica's Podcast The Core Connections Podcast Erica's Website Motherhood Unstressed Book Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) Dr. James F. Clapp - Exercising Through Pregnancy Connect with Motherhood Unstressed: Get the book "Motherhood Unstressed - Daily Meditations on Motherhood, Self-Care, and the Art of Living a Life You Love" available in print and Kindle. Subscribe to The Motherhood Unstressed Podcast Leave a review on iTunes (why do you love the Motherhood Unstressed Podcast?) Instagram @motherhoodunstressed Facebook @MotherhoodUnstressedPodcast Sponsored by: Motherhood Unstressed CBD - A better vibe is just a click away. Use code Podcast to save. Hiya Vitamins - Sugar free vitamins for kids. Use code Unstressed to save 50%! Baby Trend - Use code CoveMe20 to save 20%. Want more? Check out some of our most popular past episodes! Dr. Steven Gundry Poet Kate Baer "Beginners" Tom Vanderbilt Stop Your Racing Thoughts Meditation Martha Beck
Blockbuster Horror: Does Hollywood Do the Genre Justice? We take a look at blockbuster horror films. That means those high-budget horror films that come out of Hollywood. What’s high budget? Most horror films fall into the $4 million or less category, which is low-budget for Tinsel Town. And for the record, those super-independent films, like... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents: Blockbuster Horror appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.
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Check out our sponsor: Teonan: Go to TEONAN.com and use the code WOI to get 15% off your first purchase. How often have you spent time with people you love only to feel frustrated and misunderstood? As humans we are all so complex in our network of feelings and emotions. Unfortunately, we've been raised thinking that negative emotions are bad and should be shunned. Many of us are barely holding it together, or are spiraling out of control because we don't know how to handle the feelings that are leaving us totally overwhelmed. Lori Gottlieb, a psychotherapist and author joins me and breaks down why we don't have to run away from those taboo feelings of envy and jealousy. She explains how to communicate better and hold space for your partner or children and allow them to just be heard. This episode is packed with so much you may have to listen a second time. Order Lori's Latest Book, Maybe You SHould Talk to Someone: https://www.amazon.com/Maybe-You-Should-Talk-Someone-ebook/dp/B07BZ4F75T/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Maybe+You+Should+Talk+to+Someone%3A+A+Therapist%2C+HER+Therapist&qid=1623870198&s=books&sr=1-1 SHOW NOTES: Unreliable Narrator | Why your perspective isn't the full story, it's a faulty narrative [0:19] Unknow Yourself | Lori helping people unknow the stories they keep repeating [1:32] Insight | Lori explains why insight without action is useless [3:58] Idiot Compassion | Lori breaks down what this is and why it doesn't help [5:05] Relationship Filter | Lori's questions for examining people around you [6:45] Change | Lori on why change is difficult because of uncertainty and loss [8:17] 5 Steps | 5 stages of change to making a permanent change in your life [9:08] Change Anxiety | Getting through unfamiliar territory & anxiety with change [12:39] Choosing to Suffer | Lori on why we don't choose pain but we choose to suffer [14:06] Numb the Pain | Distracting yourself from pain feeling overwhelmed [15:34] Feeling Compass | Lori on using feelings as a compass to know what you want [17:13] Negative Feelings | Why the way you deal with negative feelings matters most [19:28] Setting Intention | Lori on setting yourself up for a better day with confidence [22:55] Transformation | Lori shares why tiny steps are so important in change [26:35] Future Loss | Lori explains how change collapses the future & holds us back [32:18] Unfinished Business | How cycles repeat when we don't address past issues [35:30] Selection | Lori confirms why selection is so important for healthy relationship [39:48] Childhood Wounds | Lori on why you have to give up hope for better childhood [41:53] Vulnerability | When someone opens up and how to navigate what they need [45:05 Understand | Why people need to be understood and heard, ask what they need [47:21] QUOTES: “my job as a therapist is to be an editor and to help people to edit these faulty narratives that they come in with.” [1:09] “Where people can really grow and change and communicate better is to understand and be curious about the other person's part of the story, the other person's perspective.” [2:38] “The fact that you're making the change, and that you were very human, and it was difficult sometimes, you're still on the path of success.” [11:49] “When we are in pain, we do something that is going to make us suffer instead of something that is going to help us sit with the pain and move through it in a more healing kind of process.” [14:48] “numbness isn't the absence of feelings. numbness is a sense of being overwhelmed by too many feelings.” [16:26] “feelings are like a compass, they tell us what direction to go in [...] all of our feelings are so useful there, there are no bad feelings, they're all extremely useful” [17:13] “there are no bad feelings. There are unfortunate ways that we deal with them.” [19:29] “therapy is like getting a really good second opinion on your life from someone who's not already in your life.” [31:22] “need a healthy person, be a healthy person, meet a healthy person, that's going to be a healthy relationship.” [39:23] “people don't look for the qualities that are going to be important in a happy, lasting, loving relationship.” [40:18] “we give them what we think they need in that moment based on what we might need in that moment. But we don't ask them, like, you know, how can I help in this moment?” [47:46] “Can you sit with me in my sadness? Can you sit with me in my anxiety? Can you sit with me in my anger so that I can make sense of this?” [50:11] Follow Lori Gottlieb: Website: https://lorigottlieb.com/ Podcast: https://lorigottlieb.com/podcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GottliebLori Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lorigottlieb_author/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoriGottlieb1
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Jonathan Chance: Storyteller Jonathan Chance is a creator, writer, and storyteller. I finally met John in person at Shriekfest in 2016 and one couldn’t meet a kinder, gentler contributor to the horror genre. We discuss his life since his wife Cam’s untimely passing in 2018 and how he ultimately rose above the grief. And yes,... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents: Jonathan Chance appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.