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In this episode, we talk about how to turn your pain into immense purpose. ❤️ if you want to get our new mindfulness journal click the link here ❤️ If you want to join our bookclub free, click the link here https://mindful-muslimah.ck.page/1f1277ef9e/thanks ❤️If you want to get access to all of our courses and an entire sisterhood of support click the link here. https://www.mindful-muslimah.com/thrive-muslimah-membership-packages/ ❤️ If you want to join our self-love challenge click the link here https://mindful-muslimah.clickfunnels.com/self-love-workshop --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mindfulmuslimah/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mindfulmuslimah/support
In this week's episode of Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire is joined by Alasdair Macleod to examine the East's blossoming relationship with gold as they're beating the markets by securing local currencies and commodities against its value.The London whistleblower broaches gold's vital role in a looming credit collapse, which the East seem to have foreseen with greater clarity than the West, before tackling the esoteric nuances behind CBDCs and decentralised currencies.Timestamps:00:00 Start 03:03 A Ruble backed by gold 08:00 Is the Ruble going onto a gold standard?13:37 Russia's plan A was a BRICs gold-backed currency19:10 China's approach to gold ownership compared to the West30:15 The East is stockpiling more gold than the west36:21 When Western Fiat currencies collapse, who wins?38:20 Is a credit crunch looming?41:30 What happens when the air comes out of the fiat system46:25 Pain ahead for central banks48:28 How far away are central bank digital currencies?55:30 Linking the price of gold to commoditiesLearn more about Kinesis by visiting our website: https://kinesis.money/Twitter: https://twitter.com/KinesisMonetaryFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/kinesismoney/Telegram: https://t.me/kinesismoneyReddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Kinesis_money/Kinesis Forum: https://forum.kinesis.money/
Today's episode of the Sunshine will discuss not refinancing your Soul. Not only is it a debt you will never be able to pay, it is an eternal debt that Jesus already Pain in Full!!! May God open your heart and mind to see the truth and choose Jesus! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/melvin-j-nichols/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/melvin-j-nichols/support
Nipple pain, pumping friction, and chaffing. Sound familiar? This week on the Milk Minute, Heather and Maureen sit down with cofounders of CoBoo to discuss their revolutionary pumping spray. Jenny and Michelle are incredible sisters, mothers and businesswomen that have changed the pumping game. As mothers we go through a lot to provide for our children. Great news! Pain and suffering while pumping is about to become a thing of the past, all thanks to the incredible dream team behind CoBoo. This show is completely sponsored by CoBoo, and we are so excited to hear from the cofounders Jenny and Michelle on this product they created just for you!Work With Us!Book a Lactation Consult with Heather! Click HERE for the deets.Book a Lactation Consult with Maureen! Click HERE to get started.Check out CoBoo and use promo code MILKMINUTE15 for 15% off!Website | CoBooMom.comInstagram (@coboospray)Facebook | CoBoo SprayTikTok | CoBoo | Breast Pump Spray's Creator ProfilePrefer to read the transcript? Click Here Support the showCheck out Milk Minute Podcast's website here!Become a VIP Click here to get exclusive access and more!Send us an e-mail! MilkMinutePodcast@gmail.comFacebook | Instagram | TikTok
In this Friday guest episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna chats to Celest Pereira about the fascinating topic of neuroplasticity and the impact that your well intended words can have on your child's approach to pain. You'll learn about the 'Threat Bucket' and how you can nurture your child's confidence and pain tolerance in later life.Celest is a self-confessed geek who loves anatomy, neuroscience and biomechanics. She miraculously acquired her BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2009, despite dropping out of school at 16. She found learning at school really tough, however now credits her ability to make complex concepts easy to grasp, down to her learning struggles. She runs regular education-based workshops where she takes current scientific research, anecdotal evidence from senior healthcare providers and applies them to movement disciplines. She's currently specialising in functional neurology, learning how it can be applied to improve pain, health and performance.You can find out about Celest's app and all of her other services on here website here.You can also follow Celest on Instagram.
Evan Chudworth was addicted to partying, and with that, plenty of drink and drugs. He just didn't see a way where he could give up the hedonistic lifestyle without becoming boring!! Evan grew up in Chicago, and came out at a young age, in a religious family, and then lost his mother to cancer. Evan just didn't put any of his behaviour down to trauma, but he started to become overwhelmed with anxiety and sort help multiple times, but the drink, and then the drugs began to win. The thing is, Evan loved his people, he loved his tribe, and he needed to find a way to maintain the parties, the music, and the fun, which was his escape, but without the addictive behaviours! Listen as we journey with Evan through an extraordinary story, and his new found vocation as a sober party coach! Its a wonderful episode!Links for Evan:Site: https://partycoach.me/IG: https://www.instagram.com/evan_cudworth/Support the show
Most of us have loaded beliefs related to the core and core strength. While most hold a grain of truth, plenty of these preconceptions are inaccurate, incomplete, or just plain unhelpful when it comes to our individual yoga and movement practices. Today host Rachel and returning guest Jenni Tarma unpack the most common core myths and misconceptions. In this episode, we explore the anatomy and function of the core, talk about what core stability really looks like, and examine the complex relationship between the core and low back pain. Listen in to learn how to define a healthy core, explore the wide range of poses and practices you could use to bring awareness to this area, and how you might teach a core-focused practice to groups or individuals. Show Notes: Exploring basic beliefs about the core [5:01] Myth #1 Core = abs; difficulty defining the core [6:24] Myth #2 Only crunches and planks strengthen your core [13:13] Myth #3 Core stability means bracing [22:54] Defining stability [30:35] Myth #4 A strong core is tight and “ripped” [32:31] Myth #5 A strong core is the solution to low back pain [37:53] Tips for teaching individual and group yoga classes focused on the core [47:45] More on the core: Yoga Medicine resources [57:24] Final takeaways; moving toward unconscious competence [1:00:53] Links Mentioned: Watch this episode on YouTube Spine: Anatomy, Dysfunction & Application | Module – San Diego, CA Movement Intelligence Online Course Werner et al: “From protection to non-protection: A mixed methods study investigating movement, posture, and recovery from disabling low back pain” European Journal of Pain, 2022. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35959703/ Yoga Journal core article series from Rachel: 3 Common Misconceptions About Core Strength 35 Yoga Poses No One Ever Told You Are Core Work 44 Cues to Help You Strengthen Your Core in Any Yoga Pose Yoga Medicine Online Classes focused on the core: Balanced Function for Flexible Folks, Support for the Spine Second Nature Core Support Energizing Core Practice Hips & Core for Full-Body Support Spinal Mobility for Resilience & Strength Creative Core for Full-Body Connection Previous Yoga Medicine Podcast Episodes with Jenni Tarma: Episode 26: Support the Low Back Episode 32: Harness Your Potential, Yoga for Athletes Episode 60: Strength Training Myths Debunked Episode 76: Hypermobility in Yoga Connect with Jenni Tarma: Facebook | Jenni Tarma Instagram | Kaari Prehab Instagram | Kaari Prehab | LinkedIn | Yoga Medicine Online Teacher You can learn more about this episode, and see the full show notes at YogaMedicine.com/podcast-89. And you can find out more about insider tips, online classes or information on our teacher trainings at YogaMedicine.com. To support our work, please leave us a 5 star review with your feedback on iTunes/Apple Podcasts.
This episode I will be talking about some things I thought about recently regarding pain. How people might experience pain differently or might have more or less pain in a certain period of their life etc. Trigger warning (TW) : This might be triggering to people struggling with a lot of pain. (The beginning of the episode is not that deep yet, so if you aren't sure whether you are ready to listen to this episode, you could just start listening and if it gets "too real" just stop. Know your boundaries. Another disclaimer: I am NOT a professional. I have not done any research about pain, depression, sadness etc. So don't take everything I say as if it is a fact. (If you want to know more, just contact a professional or a therapist or something.)
Worship leader and musician Nathan Sheridan knows how powerful stories can be. After growing up with estranged parents and losing his sister to cancer, he met Jesus and joined the National Guard which took him to Kuwait. Today, Nathan is an emerging Christian artist who is gaining national airplay - so how did it all happen? Jess chats with Nathan about his new single, "Do You Know?" and why our pain does not define our God -given identity. Connect @NathanSheridanMusic and NathanSheridanOfficial.com Buy/Stream "Do You Know" here: https://onerpm.link/DoYouKnowAlbumVersion FIND HELP USA: Call 988 or https://988lifeline.org Australia: 13 11 14 or https://lifeline.org.au World wide: https://TWLOHA.com/find-help MUSIC Something Worth Singing About by Nathan Sheridan Again by Nathan Sheridan So You by Nathan Sheridan Do You Know by Nathan Sheridan Loves Like That by Nathan Sheridan What are We Waiting For by For King & Country NEW RELEASE ROUNDUP The Hopeful Hearts Club by Jervis Campbell The Beautiful Letdown (Our Version) (Deluxe) by Switchfoot Best Days by Sarah Reeves GET PODCAST MERCH HERE: tee.pub/lic/YOUMEPOD SPONSORS JesusWired is your number 1 source for Christian music news, reviews and interviews. Visit them now at JesusWired.com. Are you a creator? Soundstripe gives you unlimited access to royalty free music from some of the world's best composers. Go to SOUNDSTRIPE.COM and enter YOUMEPOD to get 10% off at checkout. SUBSCRIBE/CONNECT/LET'S BE FRIENDS: linktr.ee/betweenyoumepod Music published with permission of artist and through PlayMpe. Thanks to Nathan Plumridge for producing this episode
We discuss the five questions to ask yourself or your partner, every three months, to make sure you're on track in life and in love. Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coaching: If you want go from feeling hopeless to hopeful, lonely to connected and like a burden to a blessing, then go to 1-on-1 coaching, go to www.thrivewithleo.com. Let's get to tomorrow, together. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline988Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/International Suicide Hotlines: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.htmlhttps://www.nowmattersnow.org/skillshttps://sobermeditations.libsyn.com/ www.suicidesafetyplan.com https://scaa.club/
Guest: Olumide (Mide) Akerewusi Olumide (Mide) Akerewusi talks to Tim about the Giving Black Conference and the dynamic of Black philanthropy as it relates to the larger philanthropic sector. They also discuss the events within the AFP Toronto Chapter and the lessons that need to be learned to move forward as a community.To learn more about Mide, vist AgentsC Inc.Additional resources:Us and Them - Nneka AllenGiving Black ConferenceCollecting Courage: Joy, Pain, Freedom, Love—Anti-Black Racism in the Charitable SectorTo learn more about Fluxx, visit fluxx.ioTo learn more about Neon One, visit neonone.comEpisodes of Untapped Philanthropy are edited, mixed, and mastered by Rocket Skates Recording.
Welcome to the Damn Dude Podcast!This is Season 3, Episode 46!AKA, Episode 258 in total!- So Many Podcasts Are Straight Up Sparagus....- Why So Many Podcasts Don't Last- This Show Is Too Real and Too Raw for the Average Person- Guiding Others To Their Light- I Promise It Will Be Worth It- Allowing Time To Work In Our Favor- Restoring Faith In Myself- Being Financially Poor For So Long, I've Gotten Used To Giving Up Or Spending My Very Last Dollar Regularly- Finding The Sweet Spot When Relating To Money & Spirituality- From The Space Of Nothing, Anything Is Possible.LOVE ALLRemember to say 3 things you're Grateful for every morning and every night!- Available on all major platforms!@RealCaliforniaCal@DamnDudePodcasatAvailable on all major platforms: https://damndudepodcast.buzzsprout.com/- Apple Podcasts- Buzzspout- Spotify- Audible- Google Podcasts- Amazon Music- iTunes- Stitcher- iHeart Radio- TuneIn + Alexa- Podcast Addict- PodChaser- Pocket Casts- Deezer- Listen Notes- Player Fm- Podcast Index- Overcast- Castro- Castbox- Podfriend- YouTubeDaaaaaaamn Duuuuuude!!!!!Be sure to leave a 5 Star written review on Apple Podcast/Listen Notes! :)If you love and support the movement and the show, please feel free to make a donation to the Damn Dude Podcast!(link below)Much Love, Love All.To Find #WeCleanPlanet Info:https://www.wecleanplanet.com/To Donate to #WeCleanPlanet:https://www.paypal.com/donate/?cmd=_donations&business=sebastian%40wecleanplanet.com&item_name=Unite+and+Empower+Community+Leaders+for+a+CleanPlanet¤cy_code=USD&source=urlTo Donate to the Damn Dude Podcast:CashApp: $DamnDudePodcastor PayPal:Support the show
Are you really what you eat? Most of the research seems to point that direction. At least we can say that what you put in your body has an enormous effect on how you experience your life. Meet Glucose, that wonderful saccharine molecule that has a tendency to break down arterial walls and pump the pancreas for all of its insulin. It's the bad guy in so many diets. Yet when eaten after other foods, those foods often nullify the blood glucose spikes that are the hallmark of diabetes. Simply the order the food is eaten changes that. And that's just one way to play nicely with the bad guy so Mr. Glucose doesn't bully your innards as much. Today we'll talk about this more. Have a listen. Highlights: She's very careful to mention that you are the scientist of your own life. If it doesn't work, change it up. (6:20) When handling one part of the human body well, it cascades to other things. When handling two parts well, it seems to give exponential help to the body. (7:40) Making the argument that you get all these antioxidants from a big spoon of honey is not going to work when they can all be gained in a blueberry. (:) It was all sugar. It's no longer a gas station, it's a sugar station that happens to sell gas. (26:00) Need help unlocking mental, emotional, and physical freedom in your life? Grab my new book, Built for Freedom: Adventures Through Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Addiction, Trauma, Pain, and Our Body's Innate Ability to Leave Them All Behind on Amazon (or Audible) here: https://www.amazon.com/Built-Freedom-Adventures-Depression-Addiction/dp/B0BS79GMYN Or head over to https://thefreedomspecialist.com/ and book a call where we can look at your unique situation and give you the roadmap you've been missing.
Your host Luke Colson recaps the previous episode, Evan's story, and how happiness in sobriety is really possible! Thank you Evan for your honesty, humor and life changing experiences!Links for Evan:Site: https://partycoach.me/IG: https://www.instagram.com/evan_cudworth/Support the show
The Federal Reserve has hiked rates in rapid fashion, yet the evidence of their impact is scarce. Inflation is still hot (though it has come down quite a bit.) The unemployment rate remains very low. And economic growth appears to be robust. So does this mean that higher rates aren't significant? Or could it be that their impact has simply yet to be felt, and that it's still coming. On this episode, our guest argues the latter case that due to lags, we really haven't felt the pain from rate hikes yet. Julia Coronado, is the founder, CEO and president of Macro Policy Perspectives, as well as a Clinical Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Texas McCombs School of Business. She argues that we really haven't felt the credit effects yet from higher rates, but that they're on the way. In particular, we discuss the delayed impact on commercial real estate and other areas of the economy where debt may have been termed out, but will eventually need refinancing.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WARNING: This episode discusses pornography and may not be suitable for all listeners. What do you do when you struggle with an addiction, but you don't fit the common narrative of those who struggle with that addiction? For author and speaker Jessica Harris, it was often difficult to even talk openly about her addiction to pornography that started as a teen because most people deemed this a male-only problem. But, porn addiction affects women as well as men. In fact, in recent years the amount of women who have consumed and became addicted to porn, has significantly increased. And yet, even in places like the Church, this topic is often taboo or not talked about. And for those who suffer from the effects of this addiction, it can breed shame and isolation, which keeps them from experiencing the healing and hope Jesus Christ offers. It was because of her own journey that Jessica decided to begin sharing her story through her ministry, Beggar's Daughter, and help other women struggling with pornography addiction to know they are not alone. In this important conversation, Aubrey sits down with Jessica to discuss how the narrative in the Church surrounding pornography is often harmful to women who are struggling with this addiction, the freedom that comes from sharing our story, and how healing can come for those who are suffering silently. You don't have to have struggled with a similar issue to see how shame is a powerful weapon of the enemy to keep us from breaking free from the lies and strongholds that stop us from the invitation to healing that Jesus offers. Website: https://beggarsdaughter.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beggarsdaughter/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Beggars.Daughter/ Book: Quenched: Discovering God's Abundant Grace for Women Struggling with Pornography and Sexual Shame https://a.co/d/9PJ6aqM Are you ready to take a step towards healing? Join Davey on our next FREE, live Zoom call and learn 5 Steps to Taking Back your Story. Sign up today at: www.nothingiswasted.com/starthere Want to find out how you too can remove the debris of crisis in your life and move forward with a renewed sense of victory and purpose? Learn more about the Pain to Purpose course at: www.course.nothingiswasted.com It's so hard to watch someone who is hurting after a recent loss or trauma has changed everything for them. The When Everything Changes: Navigating the Early Days of Loss, Trauma, and Tragedy mini-course will help those you love walk through the early days of grief and suffering and find hope on the other side: www.nothingiswasted.com/everythingchanges
With the first quarter of the season behind them the Gators prepare to head to Lexington to take on Kentucky. We discuss what we want to see from the Gators as they attempt to put away the recently pesky Wildcats. We also talk about some of the unexpected big visitors that were in attendance for the Charolette game and what it means for the recruiting board going forward. All that plus are Week 5 Pick 'Ems! Tune in now! Support the show
Some men are perceived as having a tough time expressing their pain. Our featured guest, profound poet and author Terrance P. Elmore will dive deeper into the conversation. He will also be sharing tidbits from his latest book: Pain is Not Our Only Paintbrush. Preorder your copy today! (see website below) Related websites: Terrance P. Elmore's The Brown Sugar Cafe Terrance P. Elmore's Books Also available on Amazon Dr. Rolanda Schmidt's contact information Linktree Dr. Rolanda Schmidt's books Uncovering Truth with Grace Podcast
Empowering oneself through knowledge, embracing intimate and joyful experiences during pregnancy, and choosing a birthing environment that aligns with one's values and preferences can transform childbirth into a deeply personal and ecstatic journey, challenging the conventional narratives around birthing! Heather Drumgoole, a passionate doula, shares her inspiring journeys, advocating for personalized, collaborative care and the exploration of various birthing environments. These conversations inspire a more informed, empowered, and pleasurable approach to childbirth. Dive into the world of childbirth through intimate stories and insights. Embrace the empowerment of holistic approaches, understand the significance of education, and celebrate the joy of pregnancy. In this Episode: From a misinformed young mother to an advocate for natural birth, Heather's experiences illustrate the evolution of birthing wisdom and empowerment Heather's transformative relationship with her midwife enabled her to understand her natural capabilities, the importance of consent during birth, and her ability to trust herself. She achieves a fulfilling home birth with her sixth child, demonstrating the impact of a supportive, informed, and instinct-driven birthing environment Her six various pregnancies led and confirmed her passion for birth work. Each pregnancy & birth revealed how powerful she was Joy, freedom, and richness of a more instinctive, organic, and supportive birthing experience, contrasting it with restrictive medical models, is emphasized Heather stresses the importance of self-education in childbirth, highlighting its role in empowering decisions Maintaining intimacy and joy during pregnancy, advising adaptability and connection for couples is stressed The value of a collaborative approach involving doulas, midwives, and doctors to ensure optimal outcomes is highlighted Key Takeaways: A model focusing on women's autonomy and informed consent during childbirth is crucial for fostering empowerment Supportive and respectful birthing environments allow for transformative, instinctive experiences, enriching the maternal journey Expectant individuals should proactively seek balanced, diverse knowledge about childbirth Personalized care from midwives provides intimate, attuned support, fostering lasting relationships and addressing individual needs Exploring and understanding all available birthing options, including environment and care models, empowers informed, value-aligned choices Midwives are an option Pain is purposeful and can be pleasurable! Normalize the collaboration of midwives & doctors working together in their specialized spaces. Resources mentioned: Pleasurable Birth Essential Class https://www.orgasmicbirth.com/pleasurable-birth-essentials/ with $50.00 off coupon www.eatpraydoula.com Tweetable Quotes: "I respect doctors for what they do, but I beg to differ that there's more. There would be more successful births if we were left alone in pleasure with love and support than what I'm seeing at hospitals right now with the clients I'm working with." - Heather Drumgoole "Educate yourself, ladies. It's more than just having a baby. It's more than just being a pregnancy. There's a lot that we need to learn as individuals, as women, and as a culture to develop what birth culture means to us." - Heather Drumgoole Connect with Heather! Instagram E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Debra! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/orgasmicbirth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/OrgasmicBirth YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/OrgasmicBirth1 Tik Tok https://www.tiktok.com/@orgasmicbirth Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/debra-pascali-bonaro-1093471/ Visit https://www.orgasmicbirth.com/ for more information on how to Positively Prepare for birth and parenting Check out Orgasmic Birth: The Best-Kept Secret, the film creating buzz around the world! Orgasmic Birth Podcast: Pleasure in pregnancy, birth, and parenting. I believe pleasure is our birthright - from our sexuality, birth, parenting, and beyond, we can find pleasure when we create space for joy and intimacy in our lives. Join me to have deep conversations about breaking the taboos of Sexuality + Motherhood/Parenthood. Listen to leading experts in sexuality, healing, and childbirth, as well as stories from new parents, doulas, doctors, midwives, and nurses. We will discuss how to positively prepare for childbirth and parenting by expanding love and intimacy in your life.
Have you ever found yourself stuck in a cycle of seeking pleasure and avoiding pain? Let's be honest, we all have our vices and, in a sense, we're all addicts. This week, we sit down with Mike Diamond, an interventionist and author who shook things up by challenging us to reframe our perception of addiction. From the search for new highs to the aversion of lows, we uncovered the universal human struggle, reflecting on Buddha's principle of balance as a potential path to love and enlightenment. Mike joins Ruben to crack open the concept of mastery, taking a hard look at how sitting in silence, acknowledging our weaknesses and committing to daily progress are key to achieving it. We challenged the notion of 'average' and explored the power of unconscious competence - the point when your skill becomes a deeply ingrained habit. Lastly, we turned our hearts to empathy, compassion, and the art of meeting people where they are - labels, definitions and all. Drawing inspiration from Robert Downey Jr's transformative journey, we dove into the importance of reframing our past experiences to better our present relationships. We even dissected the dangers of toxic positivity, the power of micro-wins, and the impact of our past experiences on our current relationships. So, if you're ready for a conversation full of love, vulnerability, and enlightenment, tune in. How does Mike live through love? “You can't give love if you don't love yourself. So I always work on myself, first take responsibility for how I choose to think, how I choose to feel and how I choose to act, and then I make sure I come in a critic and I'm kind to myself. And by being kind to myself, and you know being being a good person, then I can put love out into the world.” "The purpose of this experience is to find out your purpose, to be of value to people that helps them reach their potential… To find peace, love and be better to people." - Mike Diamond ----- In this episode, you will learn… The concept of addiction extends beyond substances: This episode explores how we are all addicts in our pursuit of pleasure and avoidance of pain, understanding this perspective helps to break the stigma around addiction and allows us to understand it as a universal human experience. The importance of self-reflection and mastery: The episode discusses the need to embrace our weaknesses, face discomfort, and invest in self-improvement continuously. Reframing trauma can be transformative: The episode explores how we can change our perspective on traumatic experiences, allowing us to heal and move forward. Empathy and kindness are vital in overcoming challenges: This episode underscores the significance of empathy and kindness in helping ourselves and others overcome struggles. The dangers of toxic positivity: The episode discusses the concept of toxic positivity and how it can impede personal growth and development. ----- "I believe we're all addicts because we're all searching for pleasure and avoiding pain.” - Mike Diamond About the guest: Mike Diamond is a TV personality, director, life coach, and author of the book “A Dose of Positivity”. Follow Mike @themike_diamond ----- Follow Ruben on Instagram Watch and subscribe to Live Through Love on YouTube An Operation Podcast original in collaboration with Live Through Love Media
The Autumn Season in Seattle has begun with RAIN! (Shocking) Billy & Jenn discuss how they've learned to adjust their perspective to see the rain as cozy & inviting instead of just a nuisance…AND how that can ALSO be true with how we look at our problems & troubles in life! _ _ _ _ _Official WebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube
Abortion advocates are often dismissive on the question of fetal pain, but a recent article published in the Journal of Medical Ethics brought together pro-abortion and pro-life experts to clarify what we know about what the preborn feel: We consider the possibility that the mere experience of pain, without the capacity for self-reflection, is morally significant. We believe that fetal pain does not have to be equivalent to a mature adult human experience to matter morally. According to research, preborn babies as early as 7.5 weeks will move to avoid unpleasant sensations, emit stress hormones, and experience an increase in heart rate and cerebral blood flow. As bioethicist Dr. Bridget Thrill concluded, “Denial of fetal pain capacity beginning in the first trimester, potentially as early as 8–12 weeks gestation, is no longer tenable.” Babies have also been observed attempting to escape procedures designed to kill them. We always should have known better, but we can't say we don't know anymore.
We discuss the mechanisms to block pain and boost pleasure. Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coaching: If you want go from feeling hopeless to hopeful, lonely to connected and like a burden to a blessing, then go to 1-on-1 coaching, go to www.thrivewithleo.com. Let's get to tomorrow, together. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline988Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/International Suicide Hotlines: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.htmlhttps://www.nowmattersnow.org/skillshttps://sobermeditations.libsyn.com/ www.suicidesafetyplan.com https://scaa.club/
Episode Summary:Get ready for an action-packed episode of Mid Mic Crisis as hosts Pain and Chamber dive into two hot-button NBA topics in "Damian Lillard Trade + NBA GOAT Debate." This episode is a slam dunk for basketball enthusiasts and fans of passionate sports debates.The show kicks off with an in-depth discussion of the Damian Lillard trade to the Milwaukee Bucks. Pain and Chamber dissect the potential impact of this blockbuster move on the NBA landscape, examining the player dynamics, team strategies, and the ripple effects on the league.But the real game-changer in this episode is the NBA GOAT debate. The hosts take on the monumental task of deciding who deserves the title of the Greatest of All Time in the history of basketball. They passionately argue the merits of legendary players, including LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Kobe Bryant, in a showdown of basketball excellence.Each host presents compelling arguments for their chosen GOAT, drawing on stats, achievements, and personal anecdotes to make their case. The debate is intense, thought-provoking, and peppered with witty banter.Listeners are in for a treat as Pain and Chamber navigate the highs and lows of these two pivotal NBA topics, providing insights, entertainment, and a dash of humor along the way."Damian Lillard Trade + NBA GOAT Debate" on Mid Mic Crisis is an episode that caters to both hardcore basketball fans and casual observers of the sport. With thoughtful analysis and passionate discourse, Pain and Chamber lead you through the twists and turns of the NBA's latest trade bombshell and the age-old debate of who truly stands as the GOAT. Tune in to join the conversation and witness the clash of basketball titans!Check out the uncut Twitter SpacesPowered by @dGenNetworkWebsite: https://dgen.network/Follow us on Twitter:dGEN Network: https://twitter.com/dGenNetworkMMC Twitter: https://twitter.com/MidMicCrisisFollow dGEN on all of our Social Media:Discord: https://discord.gg/8vbVZ8vDhrFB: https://www.facebook.com/DecentralizedGenerationNetwork/dGEN Pass: https://opensea.io/collection/dgennetwork Support the show
Pain, discomfort, tension - it sucks, really, doesn't it? And so it makes sense that one fo the strategies we use to manage it is to disconnect from the bits of our body that hurt (or that we feel let us down). We disconnect in a number of ways - through language, distraction and blame/shame to name a few. But what happens when these strategies actually amplify the pain and discomfort we're trying to escape? Join me for this episode of SelfKind as I (Erica) share why these strategies don't really work, and what you can try instead. Mentioned in this episode:Ease: Somatic Exercise for a Weary Body - free 90 minute workshop on 3rd October 2023. Sign up here: https://www.ericawebb.com.au/free-workshopShare your thoughts with me over on Instagram or via my website. Want the video version? Come follow over on YouTube.Let's stay in touch! You can sign up to my newsletter, Simple Shifts to SelfKind Habits, here.Curious about working together? Find all the details here.
I'm so glad to be able to bring this conversation with a new friend to you today. Dr. Lee Warren, a neurosurgeon, is here to talk about his own journey through PTSD. We'll also talk about why you can't selectively numb your pain, breaking generational trauma, and why "your truth" will never heal your trauma. Dive Deeper: If you enjoy this episode with Dr. Warren, I'm sure you'll also enjoy: 355: Curt Thompson, M.D. on Why We Don't Remember Our Stories Truthfully, How to Take the Risk of Vulnerability, Why Amazon Has Made Us Fragile, and What Transformation Requires 348: Christine Caine on Why Many People Don't Experience Lasting Healing, How to Stop Focusing on the Past, and How We Are Rendered Ineffective in Life ++++++ Episode Links: Dr. Lee Warren's Website | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Twitter Subscribe to #WinTodayShow on YouTube. Join the conversation wherever hashtags are welcome using #WinTodayShow. Get the "Win the Week" email newsletter here. ************************** This week's show partner(s): Get LMNT and a free gift with your purchase here! **************************
Do you know where you come from? Where are you at? Where are you going? These three questions may seem simple, but they are perhaps the most vital questions you can ask yourself on the journey to discovering your authentic self. Emotional intelligence is the engine of a well-oiled enterprise, the heartbeat of a healthy individual and the compass to an authentic leader. So, why is authentic leadership so rare in today's world? In Episode 25, Adrian and Bri examine how our culture has programmed us to not properly process our stories to know where we come from to be able to clearly see where we are and where we want to go. We'll examine: How our upbringing shapes us as adults How we disconnect from our pain in order to survive Why pain and suffering is our greatest catalyst for growth Why codependent and narcissistic leaders are actually more similar than you'd think Leaning on emotional intelligence, even when it is unpopular Join us as we discuss practical application for emotional intelligence, and how to leverage this newfound information to lead a healthier life. - Don't miss out on our latest updates and content! Connect with us on all our social media platforms to stay connected and find additional resources to continue the journey to becoming an authentic leader. Instagram: @writenewrules TikTok: @writenewrules Youtube: /cadriancrawford
On this exciting episode of bring the pain, I review my Hard Hits and Cool Picks article for week four. I give my thoughts on each player and how they'll do going into their matchups this week. After that I review my players from week three and talk about how they performed towards hitting the predictions. Predictions that I made that would have played out great for you on any sportsbook that you use. I hope you're ready for another week of IDP chaos as we get you ready to bring the pain to your competition this week. Have a great day everyone and may the points be with you.
Relationships are hard and can sometimes end with us wondering where and why things fell apart. Whether it's something from the past or something happening now, we all want answers. We want to know the reason things happen, especially when they hurt. The hardest part is not knowing. It's like trying to solve a puzzle without all the pieces. Without clear answers, your mind races, thinking of all the things you might have done wrong or what could have happened. This can make you doubt yourself a lot and make it hard to trust others in the future. So, what can we do when we don't get the closure we need? In this episode, I walk you through some foundational steps toward closure. When you're hurt, remember that you don't need someone else to find peace. We may not get the answers we desire, but with God's help, we don't have to stay stuck in our pain, we can find closure and move forward. Rooting for you, Jessica Free 3-Day Study Learn how to deal with your emotions in a biblical way. Get my 3-day study here! Taking the First Step Do you have a hard time accepting God's love and believing He is good to you and not just good to others? Do you have a hard time forgiving those who hurt you? Do you wrestle with anxiety, racing thoughts, burnout, and feeling like you are at the end of your rope? Do you find yourself being in pain and stuck in the past? Do you constantly question whether it's God's voice, the enemy, or your voice? If you answered yes to any of those questions, it's time to join me in my Spiritual Growth Mentorship. Five weeks of your first necessary steps to invite God's presence into your pain! It's the mentorship you need with the accountability you didn't know you needed. Learn how God's love can transform you from hurting to hopeful. Learn more at >> https://www.jessicahottle.com/heal Email me at >> email@example.com
One of the biggest challenges providers face is helping patients manage their pain. According to Paul Hilliard, M.D., clinical associate professor of pain medicine, “Pain is a sensory and emotional experience.” That means it goes beyond what somebody is feeling physically. So how are providers at Michigan Medicine helping patients improve their pain management? And what new techniques are being used that are helpful and beneficial to patients without becoming addictive or damaging to long-term health? Find out from Hillard and another pain expert, Tricia Keefer, M.D., on the latest episode of The Wrap. Check it out today! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What music have you turned to during hard times? That's the question Dessa's latest album hopes to answer.The award-winning rapper, singer, writer, and podcast (and sometimes 1A) host has been in the game for a while. She came up as part of the Minneapolis rap collective, Doomtree. She was featured in 2016's chart-topping "Hamilton Mixtape," and she's collaborated with the Minnesota Orchestra on a number of performances and even a live album. She's also the author of "My Own Devices: True Stories from the Road on Music, Science, and Senseless Love."But like many of us, her last few years weren't easy. And her new music, including "Hurricane Party" and pop-forward "Chopper," is her way of reckoning with — and dancing away — those feelings.We discuss Dessa's new album with her and the influence of pop music. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find out how to connect with us by visiting our website.
We all have pain that we carry that we are afraid to share with others. There's a common misconception that sharing our burdens in the teen years makes us weak or uncool. Keeping your biggest struggles to yourself is not a sign of strength, nor is sharing your biggest struggles a sign of weakness. This week on the podcast I talk about the most common hidden pains that teens are experiencing and what to do with them. For help with teen anxiety visit: https://www.theteenlifeschool.com/ https://trainhergame.com/sami-emg
The David Alliance TDAgiantslayer@Gmail.com MingleMateMarry.com podcast youtube and website for the perfect marriage material and swag. They got a great hoodie called its a great day to be married… after today maybe some of you will want to wear purchase it… because many of you are not loving the days you are married… What were you really good at growing up… I mean in Middle School and High school… Or maybe you were just passionate about it… it took up most of the space in your head. I was not the best student in Middle School and High school and at that time I thought I wouldn't probably be that successful in life or have any real opportunities - BECAUSE I THOUGHT grade point average was everything…. at least When it came to having success… Anyway… what I was good at… I was good at speaking, I was never afraid of a crowd or speaking or performing in front of a crowd. But another thing I was really really good at was PAIN. I would not have worded it that way as a kid, but looking back I now realized I was just good at putting up with or embracing pain… sure when I was young I used this super power for the things that mattered to me… Skateboarding, Water skiing, weightlifting… I also didn't care what people thought of me… I was able to not only put up with peer pressure but actually mock those who would try to use it against me… Hand me a beer at a party - I would throw it in the fire Mock me for not having sex before marriage I would mock you for having sex because you lacked the fortitude and folded under peer pressure and now you sold your soul to emptiness… anyway. But now I still use this super power to make a life for myself… my ministry… my family… my businesses… My question is this… what were you good at age 12-20? What did you really succeed at? And now how are you using that in your daily life? Study after study shows that what you were “into” in High school is in some way what you should be doing now…. maybe you were great at building models… and now you are an engineer… Maybe you loved talking in class or listening to other problems… You could be a teacher, or a counselor… But beyond that… I will ask you again… what were you good at? We all took on different personas growing up, some for survival, some due to peer pressure, some more due to our personality - my wife for example… she don't need anybody. NOBODY< not a single person. It has become a strength… She grew up in a messed up family with a number of Dads and had to fend for herself. She had to learn to compartmentalize and focus on self preservation. She grew up during high school having to buy her own clothes, makeup, car, insurance, gas money, money for school activities… Maybe you were good at not giving up even after failing and failing and failing maybe you were good at being alone Maybe you were good at befriending the nobody's Maybe you were good at scheduling time for extra study because you were not a natural student… What ever it was… good or bad, use it today in life. Gen. 50:20 Joseph said what was bad god used for good. and more clear in 2 Tim. 1:6 Paul writes… This is why I remind you to fan into flames the spiritual gift God gave you when I laid my hands on you. Fan into flames: Rekindle relight, to gain strength Gift:Spirit-empowered service to the Church to carry out His plan for His people. So again what you are good at? Maybe its time to ask God to rekindle that - to light it up for him, and watch it change the kingdom!
Dr. Maria Uloko is fired up, and we are right there with her. As the first ever Black female Urology student at her university, she has been trailblazing for the entirety of her career. Dr. Uloko specializes in comprehensive sexual health which includes the medical and surgical management of ALL genders. She is considered a world leader in chronic pelvic pain and vulvar conditions, she believes in empowering her patients to take ownership of their sexual health by providing a shame-free space to ask questions and share their stories, and she seeks to close gaps in disparities of care and implement systems that promote diversity and inclusivity. She is also an international award winning researcher with a focus in vulvar health, most notably her research in defining how many nerves are in the human clitoris. (Can you believe that this number was not known until recently, when she and her colleagues embarked on a study?) She told us that the anatomy of the vulva is not taught in medical school, even to gynecologists, and that this lack of knowledge and adequate care is equivalent to malpractice against those with female anatomy. She wants to start a revolution to correct all of this nonsense, and we have pledged to be her soldiers. We will march to the beat of Beyonce, and we will eat a cake in the shape of Queen Bey while we do so. Topics and timestamps13:25 - Becoming a female urologist after being told she couldn't do it18:35 - Providing gender-affirming care to people with every type of genitalia20:58 - Taking charge of your own sexual health26:17 - Pain is not acceptable. Women do not have to live with pain.36:45 - Libido and orgasm: the two most complex portions of the sexual response cycle42:54 - Discovering the number of nerves in the clitorisHandles and sitesDr. Uloko's WebsiteDr. Uloko's InstaMeet the Trailblazing Urologists on a Mission to Help Women Have Better SexList of Resources MentionedIs Menopause Changing My Hair?Prevalence of female pattern hair loss in postmenopausal women: a cross-sectional studyHow many nerve fibers innervate the human glans clitoris: a histomorphometric evaluation of the dorsal nerve of the clitorisOther LinksErin's Faces Affiliate LinkJulia G Wellnesshttps://circlingthedrainpodcast.buzzsprout.com/Support the showBe one of the helpers! SUBSCRIBE to this podcast on APPLE PODCASTS or SPOTIFY and leave us a review on APPLE PODCASTS.
Have you ever found yourself caught between a rock and a hard place, immobilized by fear and pain? What if someone told you that these feelings, though uncomfortable, are actually the pathways to your personal growth and happiness? In this episode, Dr. Taryn MacCarthy will walk you through the enlightening power of fear and pain, using Deepak Chopra's wisdom as our compass. We'll dissect the struggle of making tough decisions and unveil the liberating insights that surface when we embrace discomfort. Let's rediscover your joy and freedom together!Show notes:[1:49] There is great learning in pain and fear[8:26] We start to understand the learning when we stop avoiding them[13:22] Creating a new relationship with the pain[15:27] Radical Happiness Boost - Your ACCELERATED Program to Empower Your 2023[16:29] Why don't we take action on our dreams?[27:18] OutroIMPORTANT LINKS:MEANT FOR MORE - FREE 3-Day workshop exclusively for Women in Medicine and DentistryHappiness Quiz For DoctorsNervous System Regulation For Dentists Self-Led CourseRadical Happiness BOOSTRadical Happiness For Practitioners WaitlistRadical Happiness Coffee ChatIf you would like to connect with Tarryn directly to find out if Radical Happiness is right for you, please use this link to connect with her one-on-one:https://calendly.com/drtarrynmaccarthy/complementary-prosperity-and-possibilities-chatSign up to Radical Happiness and become the Happiest Practitioner: https://www.thebizofhappiness.com/radicalhappinessPlease join my Facebook group: Business Of Happiness Hive, so we can all take this journey to find fulfillment and happiness together. Click here.Where to find meWebsite: www.thebizofhappiness.comFacebook: facebook.com/thebusinessofhappinessIG: @thebizofhappinessIt would mean the world to me if you subscribe, leave a review, and share this podcast with your friends, co-workers, and families. This will help the trajectory of this podcast and allow others who are seeking true happiness to find the podcast.
Ron Nissim, co-founder and CEO of Entitle IO, joins Chris at the bar to discuss identity and access management (IAM) in the cloud. They explore the differences between traditional IAM and cloud IAM, as well as the pain points organizations commonly face with access requests and approval processes. Ron shares a specific incident that sparked the idea for Entitle IO and explains how their platform has helped organizations improve their IAM efforts. He also discusses the future of IAM and upcoming features from Entitle IO. TIMESTAMPS:0:00:16 - Introduction to IAM and its importance in security 0:01:49 - Differences between traditional IAM and cloud IAM 0:05:33 - The need for cloud IAM due to common access management issues 0:08:18 - Pain points in traditional access requests and approval processes 0:11:49 - Success story of a company implementing Entitle IO 0:12:45 - Rapid deployment of Entitle IO 0:13:12 - Importance of cloud native approach and reducing administrative privileges 0:14:59 - Difficulty of calculating ROI in security 0:16:14 - Overcoming resistance to change in organizations 0:19:07 - Strategies for organizations hesitant to transition to new methodologies 0:22:19 - Features and differentiators of Entitle IO as an innovative solution 0:26:17 - Change management policy and attribute-based model for access provisioning. 0:27:20 - Automated governance and visibility into access and permissions. 0:28:15 - Future of privileged access management (PAM) for cloud resources. 0:29:03 - Evolving aspects of PAM: connectivity, authentication, authorization, and session recording. 0:31:43 - Entitle IO's upcoming open source project for connectivity and authentication. 0:33:12 - Importance of collaboration and feedback from industry professionals. 0:33:54 - Contact information for Ron Nistam and Entitle IO.SYMLINKSRon Nissim - LinkedinEntitle.io - LinkedinEntitle.ioDRINK INSTRUCTIONGOTHAM MARTINI2 oz Vodka1 splash Blackberry Schnapps1 splash Black SambucaIn a cocktail shaker filled with ice,combine all ingredients. Shakevigorously for 10-15 seconds.Strain into chilled glass.EPISODE SPONSOREntitle.ioCONNECT WITH USBecome a SponsorSupport us on PatreonFollow us on LinkedInTweet us at @BarCodeSecurityEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In life, everyone has hurdles to overcome. These hurdles could be related to our health, wealth, or relationships. Often, we perceive these struggles as roadblocks, hindering us from achieving our goals. In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk about the idea of confronting our biggest problems. It's easy to view these problems as insurmountable barriers, but they can lead to growth and acquiring new skills. The pain and discomfort associated with these problems are necessary and potentially beneficial. They force us to act, facilitate change, and develop solutions.Links mentioned:Next Level Nation - https://www.facebook.com/groups/459320958216700 Learn more about group coaching: https://nextleveluniverse.com/group-coaching/Discount Code: NLULISTENER_____________________Website
Where do you go to escape the pain of reality? Today, author Chloé Cooper Jones shares: The survival strategy many of us use to retreat from our lives and how to become more present; How she grapples with the world dehumanizing her disabled body; Why desire and disgust are so connected – and what they teach us; and The thing Chloé wants most – to be seen as inherently whole – and how to get it. About Chloé: Chloé Cooper Jones is a professor, journalist, and the author of the memoir Easy Beauty, which was named a best book of 2022 by The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, TIME Magazine, and was a finalist for the 2023 Pulitzer Prize in Memoir. She was also a Pulitzer Prize finalist in Feature Writing in 2020. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. TW: @CCooperJones IG: @chloecooperjones To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices