Podcast appearances and mentions of Phil Parker

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Best podcasts about Phil Parker

Latest podcast episodes about Phil Parker

Cornstalks and Sports Talk
Phil Parker's Nominated for Award, UNI Football JUCO offers, UNI Basketball Takeaways from Richmond

Cornstalks and Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 36:17


Though the Hawkeye's offense has been the talk all season in Iowa City, Phil Parker's defense has been overshadowed. Eliot hits on why Parker being nominated for the Broyles Award is so important and why it's an added reason for Brian Ferentz to be fired. He also talks Kadyn Proctor visiting Oregon. Then, he hits on all the scholarship offers UNI is handing out to JUCO athletes and what there is to take away from the Panthers' loss to Richmond on Friday night. Tune in!

Black Heart Gold Pants: for Iowa Hawkeyes fans
The Pants Party: Ben & Harrison talk about what it actually means to win eight games

Black Heart Gold Pants: for Iowa Hawkeyes fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 53:35


Ben (@renboss23) & Harrison (@HD_starr) open by recounting their weekends and the general aging process for guys a few years out of college. Talk then turns to the Iowa-Northwestern game (~8:00) and whether we would be happy if Iowa won 8 games (~14:00). The discussion morphs into the state of the program and how Kirk Ferentz has used Phil Parker to raise the floor instead of shooting the moon. They close with a basketball minute (~50:00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Hawkeyes
Was the Iowa offense improvement for real? Why does Jeff Brohm have the Hawkeyes Number?

Locked On Hawkeyes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 34:41


Trent and Biz return for the latest edition of the Locked on Hawkeyes Podcast. They open up with a look back at the week that was in the world of the Hawkeyes after a 33-13 win over Northwestern. The offense was obviously better, but was that a mirage of something tangible for the rest of the season? A look forward to the rest of the year and then onto Purdue. Jeff Brohm has dominated Hawkeye defensive coordinator Phil Parker. Biz has 3 keys for the Hawkeyes to find a way to win on Saturday. Wrapping up with Degenerate Picks presented by Bet Online and Biz's Beat about a season with expectations for Iowa basketball. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock If you or someone you love is experiencing embarrassing sweat or odor try Sweatblock. Save 20% with promo codeLocked On at sweatblock.com. Also available on Amazon. LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans
Buck Off Podcast: An angry discussion about Iowa's offense, talk about the best teams in CFB (10/21/22)

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 102:35


On today's episode of “Buck Off with Christopher Renne,” I'm joined by Jordan Williams. The guys take a look at Ohio State and get into a discussion about the failures of nepotism, and the Iowa Hawkeyes. To get the show started, the guys get open the show with their Iowa report. They discuss the coaching staff and how Ohio State should approach the matchup. Then they continue breaking down the scenarios of how they see this game going. After that, the guys get into a discussion about Phil Parker's successful Iowa defense. In this conversation, the guys discuss how Iowa is simple in what they do, but how effective the defense is. They then give the expectations for what they need from the offense to come away impressed. Moving on from that, the guys talk about the failures of Iowa's offense and how Brian Ferentz needs to be brought up on charges for crimes against humanity. This turns into a discussion about how far the Iowa program has fallen since the last time Ohio State and Iowa met. As the show moves forward, Chris and Jordan then get into what the coaches have to say about the matchup ahead. They talk about Ryan Day's bending of the truth once again, and how he just needs to start being honest with us. Then they talk about some takeaways from the pressers. To close out the show, the Buck Off boys discuss their thoughts about the recent overreactions in college football and leave the show with their score position. Connect with the Show: Twitter: @BuckOffPod Connect with Chris Renne: Twitter: @ChrisRenneCFB Connect with Jordan Williams Twitter: @JordanW330 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

From the Parking Lot
Swarmcast: Instant Reaction to Iowa's unconventional 7-3 win over South Dakota State

From the Parking Lot

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 21:57 Very Popular


The Iowa Hawkeyes are 1-0, but it was far from the prettiest thing imaginable. Phil Parker's defense was locked-in, but Iowa's offense somehow went backwards after last year's lackluster performance. HawkeyeInsider's David Eickholt and Sean Bock instantly recap what happened on Saturday inside Kinnick Stadium. Iowa's offensive problems are the worst it has been since 1979. Is it all on Spencer Petras? Will Iowa consider making a change at quarterback? Where do the Hawkeyes go from here. Let's talk about it. 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

Cover 3 College Football Podcast
Mailbag! Urban Meyer at Nebraska? Florida over Utah? QB battles, more (08/31)

Cover 3 College Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 58:11 Very Popular


The Cover 3 crew answers listener questions on Nebraska, Florida, Iowa and more. First, taking a spin around the country with predictions for the last remaining quarterback battles, focusing on LSU (4:40), Oregon (6:55), Cincinnati (10:20), TCU (12:04) and Indiana (14:04). Then on to the Big Ol Bag of Mail with questions on whether Urban Meyer would work at Nebraska (18:21), the next Blue Blood program to open (25:51), whether Florida over Utah would be considered an upset (29:24), why Phil Parker isn't mentioned more for top DC jobs (34:29) and the debut of a new Cover 3 Game Show: Where He Been? (44:29).  Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Nominate the Cover 3 Podcast in the “Sports” category of the The People's Choice Podcast Awards! http://podcastawards.com/app/signup Get 20% off Cover 3 merch in the CBS Sports Store:  https://store.cbssports.com/collections/cover-3?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=cover-3-collection Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ 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

Locked On Hawkeyes
Iowa Football Depth Chart released, Week 0 reactions

Locked On Hawkeyes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 24:33 Very Popular


Trent Condon is back for a full week of Iowa Football talk on the Locked on Hawkeyes Podcast. A look at the new depth chart that was released today. No surprise, but Spencer Petras is listed as the starter at the quarterback position. Some changes along the offensive line and what that means for the Hawkeyes depth up front. And the wide receiver position continues to have some huge concerns going into the season. Next, a look through the defensive side of the football that seems to have a lot less questions for Kirk Ferentz, Phil Parker and the rest of the Hawkeye coaching staff. An incredibly deep defensive line and some thoughts on where Cooper DeJean will find himself. Trent finishes up with some thoughts on Week 0 in the Big Ten from Bret Bielema and Illinois football making a statement to Nebraska once again finding a way to lose against Northwestern. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Beer Blues and BS
Farewell to Phil

Beer Blues and BS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 137:46


This episode is an instant classic. The good brothers are in high spirits and full of stories, banter, and hot takes. The gents talk about golfing, baseball, Marvel Movies, and pushy salespeople. Howard shares some board game controversies along with an awkward confession. Plus, Kidder says Farewell to Phil Parker as he signs off from the radio one last time.   A Flyin Foodie YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8YInrqY-9cjpX6fUuuTyvg   Recorded: 7.28.22   0:00 - 1:58 - Intro 1:58 - 7:05 - The Pushy Salesman 7:05 - 16:02 - What's on Tap? 16:02 - 29:49 - Larks Game 29:49 - 37:11 - Some Hot Takes 37:11 - 56:45 - Wrestling News 56:45 - 58:12 - Clip Show 58:12 - 1:01:13 - Howard's Confession 1:01:13 - 1:09:56 - What's on tap? Round 2 1:09:56 - 1:22:04 - Golfing 1:22:04 - 1:51:26 - What are we watching? 1:51:26 - 2:02:18 – Board game Controversies 2:02:18 - 2:13:38 - Farwell to Phil 2:13:38 – Outro   https://beerbluesbs.podbean.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHZIodCkbtyGAnkz_ICiMwQ https://open.spotify.com/show/1pnho1ZzuGgThbLpXbAs3t https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2Unmhz98iRYU97l18uJp99 https://www.twitch.tv/tuez13

CFB Nation
2022 Big Ten Predictions

CFB Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 69:02


Irish Breakdown made its predictions for the Big Ten Conference for the 2022 season. We went division by division and team by team. Note: During the show we noted that Iowa defensive coordinator Phil Parker had retired. That is incorrect, it was Ken O'Keefe the quarterbacks coach, another long-time assistant who stepped away. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
Iowa Hawkeyes College Football Season Preview 2022 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 992)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 46:34


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the 2022 college football season for the Iowa Hawkeyes. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) break down the current Iowa Hawkeyes roster and the guys key in on each and every game on the 2022 schedule. Is Kirk Ferentz the most underrated college football coach in America? Can Spencer Petras take the next step in developing as a quarterback? Will Gavin Williams pick up the slack left by the departure Tyler Goodson? Is Iowa Hawkeyes tight end Sam LaPorta the next great Iowa tight end? Will the Iowa offensive line continue to be stout with that being Ferentz expertise? Will defensive coordinator Phil Parker have his best defense in Iowa City yet? Is Jack Campbell among the best linebackers in the country? Will Xavier Nwankpa live up to the hype in his first season as a Hawkeye? Will cornerback Jermari Harriscontinue to shine? Will Kirk Ferentz get the best of Matt Campbell and Iowa State yet again? Can the Iowa Hawkeyes win the Big Ten West again this year? We talk it all and more on this Iowa Hawkeyes edition of The College Football Experience.   Iowa Hawkeyes 2022 Schedule Win Total O/U: 7.5 vs South Dakota State vs Iowa State vs Nevada @ Rutgers vs Michigan @ Illinois BYE @ Ohio State vs Northwestern @ Purdue vs Wisconsin @ Minnesota vs Nebraska Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Join Sleeper and get a 100% deposit bonus up to $100 - http://sleeper.com/sgp Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The College Football Experience
Iowa Hawkeyes College Football Season Preview 2022 (Ep. 992)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 46:34


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the 2022 college football season for the Iowa Hawkeyes. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) break down the current Iowa Hawkeyes roster and the guys key in on each and every game on the 2022 schedule. Is Kirk Ferentz the most underrated college football coach in America? Can Spencer Petras take the next step in developing as a quarterback? Will Gavin Williams pick up the slack left by the departure Tyler Goodson? Is Iowa Hawkeyes tight end Sam LaPorta the next great Iowa tight end? Will the Iowa offensive line continue to be stout with that being Ferentz expertise? Will defensive coordinator Phil Parker have his best defense in Iowa City yet? Is Jack Campbell among the best linebackers in the country? Will Xavier Nwankpa live up to the hype in his first season as a Hawkeye? Will cornerback Jermari Harriscontinue to shine? Will Kirk Ferentz get the best of Matt Campbell and Iowa State yet again? Can the Iowa Hawkeyes win the Big Ten West again this year? We talk it all and more on this Iowa Hawkeyes edition of The College Football Experience.   Iowa Hawkeyes 2022 Schedule Win Total O/U: 7.5 vs South Dakota State vs Iowa State vs Nevada @ Rutgers vs Michigan @ Illinois BYE @ Ohio State vs Northwestern @ Purdue vs Wisconsin @ Minnesota vs Nebraska Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Join Sleeper and get a 100% deposit bonus up to $100 - http://sleeper.com/sgp Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

LP team podcast
Podcast 4: The Power of Language in Health

LP team podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 11:21


Dr Phil Parker, the Lightning Process's designer explores the research on how words affect your wellbeing and health. Fascinating listening for all those involved in healthcare and anyone interested in how they use these ideas to assist their own health journey.

On Iowa Podcast
Phil Parker on what he looks for in recruiting, why he's stayed at Iowa and more | Hawk Off The Press

On Iowa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 39:08


Iowa football defensive coordinator Phil Parker is the guest on this week's Hawk Off The Press podcast with The Gazette's John Steppe. Consistency has been key for Parker and Iowa's defense, and he talks about why that is, what he looks for in recruits to fit in with the Hawkeyes, why he stayed at Iowa even when he had other job offers and how Bob Sanders set the tone for Ferentz-era defenses. But Parker also talks about how things have changed in his time as coach, including the cash position at Iowa and increased use of analytics. https://subscribepage.com/hawks (Subscribe to the free Hawk Off The Press newsletter)

Can You Laugh About It Now
Getting Robbed or Robbing Someone! w Phil Parker

Can You Laugh About It Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 62:11


This weeks episode features comedian Phil Parker! The theme: Getting Robbed or Robbing Someone! Todd pitches GTA: Seattle Phil gets robbed…twice (by a local legend) RJ gets robbed by a talent agency and lung cancer in the same year! Gator's friends scare a robber out of committing crime (they're scary) @philparkercomedy @canUlaughpod @GatorGotJokes @ToddRGursslin @RJStandup

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com
What? Ohio State hasn't beaten Iowa in eight seasons?

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 66:57 Very Popular


On this Monday episode of Buckeye Talk, Doug Lesmerises is joined by John Steppe of the Cedar Rapids Gazette and thegazette,com to preview Ohio State's seventh game of the 2022 football season -- against Iowa in Ohio Stadium on Oct. 22, with the Buckeyes coming off a bye. Ohio State hasn't beaten Iowa since 2013, primarily because the teams have played just once since then, and the Hawkeyes upset the Buckeyes in Iowa City in 2017. Iowa is coming off a 10-4 season that included a loss to Michigan in the Big Ten Championship Game. Kirk Ferentz is entering his 24th season as the head coach of the Hawkeyes. There's a quarterback decision to be made, and a search for some playmakers is on. But led by linebacker Jack Campbell and defensive coordinator Phil Parker, the defense should be pretty good again. It's the Hawkeyes back in Columbus, and it's time to talk about it on the seventh episode of Buckeye Talk breaking down a 2022 OSU opponent. Thanks for listening. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

LP team podcast
Episode 3: The Importance of Self-kindness

LP team podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 8:29


Dr Phil Parker introduces some of the research on the power of self-kindness and how to build it.

Men on Melrose
Riley Moss Talks Dough Boys, Offense Vs. Defense in Spring Ball, Big Ten West Odds & Segments

Men on Melrose

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 83:11


Odds on the Big Ten West are out, Riley Moss relives favorite Iowa memories and why he came back for another year, how Phil Parker is so dominant year after year, a draft of top 3 pregame songs before hitting the town.

LP team podcast
Episode 2: How Your Beliefs can Impact Your Health

LP team podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 12:35


Dr Phil Parker introduces some of the research that explains why discovering the mind-brain-body connection might be the most important breakthrough in your health.

Generation Skywalker
SHOW 066 : ECHO BASE LIVE APRIL 2022 REVISITED

Generation Skywalker

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 82:30


Echo Base Live returned to Redditch at the start April and Generation Skywalker were there to capture what went on at the biggest and best Echo show yet. Join us, as we discuss everything from what we spotted on the dealer tables and what we bought, to the guests, cosplay, swag, fundraising and other activities. It was a great event, but you don't have to just take our word for it as we have Mark Baker, Richard and Seth Elwell, Chris Lawrence, Dan Adey, Nick Dykes, Adam Pemberton, Phil Parker, Lee Gregory and Michael Havens all giving their views on the show too. How much did we end up raising for the Echo charity? Do we think the £38,000 carded Palitoy VCJ was worth the money? What did Femi think to Mark's Rancor impression? Listen and find out.

Washed Up Walkons
A Tradition Unlike Any Other | WUW 307

Washed Up Walkons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 52:38


In this episode we debrief potentially the most out of bounds DHT episode we have ever recorded, We talk media availability from the Iowa Football coaches including Phil Parker, Seth Wallace, and Kelvin Bell. We give our thoughts on what the coaches had to say about Spring Ball so far and what that means moving forward. We discuss McAfee at WrestleMania living the absolute dream, and this weeks flavors of Crumbl Cookies. We get into a long conversation about The Masters, The Champions Dinner, Wagyu beef, and more. We also discuss a merch cannon for the Spring game and some other dumb shit per usual.

LP team podcast
Podcast 1: What is the Lightning Process?

LP team podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 11:49


Dr Phil Parker, the Lightning Process's designer explains what is the Lightning Process and introduces you to the idea of being influential in your health and life.

Inside Iowa Athletics
Fight For Iowa Podcast - Phil Parker

Inside Iowa Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 14:51


Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz and Defensive Coordinator Phil Parker arrived together 24 years ago with the same goal, win games by running the ball and stopping the run. That approach has worked nicely.Parker began as backfield coach before succeeding Norm Parker. His recruiting and tutoring have been significant. From Bob Sanders and Desmond King to present day Riley Moss and the immediate future in Xavier Nwankpa, the Hawkeye secondary has shown a nose for the football. It was tops in the country with a school record 24 interceptions last season and has picked off 88 passes in the last 5 years. Spring football practice started this week and we'll sit down with Phil Parker to visit about present and future on this week's Fight for Iowa. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Post Viral Podcast
#9 Puffer Fish: Brain Retraining & Self Love

Post Viral Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 54:31


Lightning Process, DNRS, Gupta Method… chances are if you have chronic fatigue syndrome you may have come across one of the many ‘Brain retraining' programmes that claim to help people heal. But can changing the brain really heal the body from a physical ailment? In today's epsiode, we delve into some of the science that supports brain retraining methods, the impact an impaired limbic system can have on the body and our own experiences with brain retraining. As always, these are purely our views and are not medical advice, but for more infor here's the resources we cite in the episode: Netflix series Free Solo David Hamilton ‘How Your Mind can heal your Body' Lightning Process and Phil Parker's Book 'Get the Life you Love Now' DNRS programme Gupta method Miguel Batista CFS recovery programme ANS Rewire Alex Howard: Optimum Health Clinic Reset Program CFS Health Program Curable app Barry McDonagh 'DARE response' Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Tara Brach meditations and podcast Abraham Hicks Daily Affirmation If you have thoughts or questions we'd love to hear from you @postviralpodcast and postviralpodcast@gmail.com. Lots of love! Lindsay & Stu x

S I T T Y
Creative Expression

S I T T Y

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 9:42


In this episode, I discuss the essence of creativity in mechanical processes. Also, check out The Unscripted Perspective by Phil Parker. Stay tuned! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/s-i-t-t-y/support

From the Hawkeye of the Storm
Week 188 - Brada's Branded Thoughts | Exclusive interview with DB Deshaun Lee | Why Iowa Men's Basketball WILL make NCAA Tournament

From the Hawkeye of the Storm

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 32:03


Iowa Football will sign at least one additional player to its 2022 class on Wednesday, as 3-star CB Deshaun Lee committed to the Hawkeyes over the weekend. We interview the Belleville, Michigan native in advance of National Signing Day. Lee discusses his connection to Phil Parker, his journey to the Big Ten, and his family's strong support. Plus, why Iowa Men's Basketball is still set for yet another NCAA Tournament berth in March.

From the Hawkeye of the Storm
Xavier Nwankpa picks Iowa | Replay of LIVE coverage from decision day | Recruiting outlook, transfer portal speculation

From the Hawkeye of the Storm

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 194:34


The nation's top safety in the Class of 2022 is officially a Hawkeye, as Southeast Polk 5-star Xavier Nwankpa announced his decision Wednesday afternoon. From the Hawkeye of the Storm's Cory Brada was live taking your Iowa Football calls and comments before and after the historic announcement. What are the implications from the recruiting win for Phil Parker and the Iowa coaching staff? Plus, who should Iowa be pursuing in the transfer portal?

Small Business, Big Network
Phil Parker, Lycosa Web Services on networking and never refusing a 121

Small Business, Big Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 24:59


Phil Parker is the owner of Lycosa web services - a website design company based in Driffield. Phil is a member of a couple of very different networking groups, and he never refuses a 121 with anybody.

The Chronic Comeback
James Wilson's Journey Overcoming Chronic Fatigue

The Chronic Comeback

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 56:28


In this episode we have James Wilson. James has dealt with chronic illness from a young age, being diagnosed with chronic fatigue at nine years old. He spent much of his time being bed bound and was even in a wheelchair. After making a full recovery, he was able to get back to a normal life, going to university and playing tennis at a high level—only for his health issues to return in his 20s and therefore having to face a new set of challenges as an adult this time.As he worked on his own recovery, he delved deep into the mind-body connection which actually has led him to becoming an NLP Practitioner, Hypnotherapist & Life Coach.  He was fortunate enough to be trained by Lightning Process creator Phil Parker alongside an incredible variety of medical and holistic wellbeing practitioners, GPs, academics, creatives and coaches, who have all experienced the power of NLP and the mind-body connection in their own lives. FOLLOW JAMES ON SOCIAL▶ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mindswitchcoach▶ Website - https://www.mind-switch.co.uk/FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL▶ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheChronicComeback▶ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thechroniccomebackSUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST▶ Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-chronic-comeback/id1533970626▶ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW_BGsN1LaeL4iudgSNUw7A▶ Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/71485tI9o4JPPkg1IpmDaX#cfs #chronicfatigue #chronicfatiguesyndrome

Hawkeye Talk with Jimmy Hawk
2.20 Preview of #3 Iowa vs #4 Penn State in the biggest game at Kinnick Stadium since 1985

Hawkeye Talk with Jimmy Hawk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 19:26


The #3 Iowa Hawkeyes and the #4 Penn State Nittany Lions face off at Kinnick stadium on Saturday. It's the biggest game at Kinnick since the #1 Hawkeyes beat the #2 Michigan Wolverines on a last second field goal in 1985. Sean Clifford is the key on Saturday, and Phil Parker will have this defense ready to make some big plays and get the Hawkeyes a monumental victory! Iowa's rushing game has a chance to get some big yardage, and another good punter faces the great Hawkeye punter Tory Taylor.

Hawk Talk on Melrose
Iowa Rolls Maryland - Kolby Joins the Show (S3E010)

Hawk Talk on Melrose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 45:39


For the first time since 2019, Kolby joins the show with Tyler and Collin to discuss that huge win on Friday night in College Park. Topics included: - Offense/Petras/Playcalling took a great step in the right direction - Death, Taxes, and Phil Parker's Defense - Is getting a lot of takeaways luck like what every other fanbase thinks?? - Big upsets yesterday around the country - Big 10 game results - Look ahead at Big 10 West and how it can shape out to be - Wager Winner Results (not good!) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hawks-beyondpod/support

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show | Breathe and Patience

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 62:01


On this Episode Deb talks about how she went on her NDIS planning. What's most interesting is also her journey to the appointment and how her revelations with FND and how counselling and cat therapy has helped her deal with the events that has stressed her and her fndSpoon theoryWhat's Spoon Theory?“The Spoon Theory”, a personal story by Christine Miserandino, is popular among many people dealing with chronic illness. It describes perfectly this idea of limited energy, using “spoons” as a unit of energy.https://www.healthline.com/health/spoon-theory-chronic-illness-explained-like-never-before#1ndis planning : what's involved click here https://www.ndis.gov.au/participants/how-planning-process-works#attending-a-planning-meeting-to-create-your-planHELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat   

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 45:12


On the Deb & Detty Show today Deb is going to let us know that you can have more than just FND. She reflects back on being told on being told she was a hypochondriac. She says you aren't ,don't be afraid to speak up for yourself.Ryan's Rule in QueenslandRyan's Rule assists you to get help when you are concerned about a patient in hospital who is getting worse or not improving. All CQ Health hospitals and services fully support this initiative.Background of Ryans RuleRyan Saunders was nearly three years old when he tragically died in hospital. His death was found to be in all likelihood preventable. Staff did not know Ryan as well as his mum and dad knew him. When Ryan's parents were worried he was getting worse they didn't feel their concerns were acted on in time. Ryan's Rule has been developed to provide patients of any age, families and carers with another way to get help.https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cq/patients-and-visitors/your-rights-and-responsibilities/ryans-ruleReach in NSWPatient Family Carer EscalationREACH is a system that helps patients, their family and carer/s escalate their concerns with staff about worrying changes in a patient's condition. It stands for Recognise, Engage, Act, Call, Help is on its way. REACH was developed by the Clinical Excellence Commission in collaboration with local health districts and consumers. It builds on the surf life‐saving analogy for recognition and appropriate care of deteriorating patients by encouraging patients, their families and carer/s to 'put their hands in the air' to signal they need help. https://www.cec.health.nsw.gov.au/keep-patients-safe/deteriorating-patient-program/reachUniversal Medical ID braceletsMedical IDs are a simple & practical way to communicate information to first responders in a medical emergency. They eliminate trips to the hospital, reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and prevent minor emergencies from becoming major ones.Other accessories are available.https://australia.universalmedicalid.com/Rod is Debs son who also features in the Caregivers Hangout. Here is the episode staying safe Carer gateway link : Emergency Care Planhttps://thefndpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/the-caregiver-hangoutmedical alert ; safeTwearsafeTwear medical alert pendant brings together many world firsts. Weighing only 34 grams and smaller than a matchbox, you'll soon forget you are wearing the most advanced award winning Fall/GPS/SOS system and that's exactly how it was designed.Simplicity and accuracy were tantamount to the design of the safeTwear pendant due to its use by the elderly and frail, or people who are mobility challenged. A one button push alerts a 24/7 care team who are trained to respond to emergency and non-emergency situations.1300699159https://www.emsas.com.au/safetwear-alert-pendant/HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/ A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 54:17


In this episode of the Deb & Detty show we have Jess as our special guest as we talk about Deb and her Dating. When someone asks her out for dinner. What is acceptable what is not especially when it's your first time in a while, setting boundaries and clearly being able to say no. To listen to our song playlist on Spotify click on the link belowhttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/5lvGhN4Ab3AtwBj42L5DDA?si=IyN0V1ENQdi1_6W6MrNjAA the laughter group that Deb had mentioned that she will go to you can check out where is the closest in your area. Please consult with your fnd team first to check if it is right for you.https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/topics/laughter-club/Blue care offer home assistance  which Deb uses here is the link for more information https://www.bluecare.org.au/home-careHELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/ A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat

The FND Podcast
The JJ Segment

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 34:51


On today's segment on the JJ segment Jess talks about the importance of preparing ahead for upcoming events/ outings and spending your energy prioritising your time. A little bit of self care and advocating for yourself with FND. follow Jess on Instagram @functionallyjess for more FND information.  Follow Jess on Instagram @ functionallyjess. Some Links to Check outFND and PACINGhttps://www.fndaction.org.uk/pacing/The Spoon Theory is in relation to energy and how ,ice energy you have to use in a day, when you're unwell. Check it outhttps://butyoudontlooksick.com/articles/written-by-christine/the-spoon-theory/HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/ A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat 

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 53:47


On this Episode deb let's on that she's listened to the JJ segment about Sex and FND and would like to talk about dating. Dating can be heart breaking it can leave scars. There is also insecurities when there is disabilities and FND.  Debs music!Carol King ; it's too latefhttps://youtu.be/VkKxmnrRVHoStevie Nickshttps://youtu.be/0I024WAnzcUCreedance Peacehttps://youtu.be/05JgKtm9ZKUthe laughter group that Deb had mentioned that she will go to you can check out where is the closest in your area. Please consult with your fnd team first to check if it is right for you.https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/topics/laughter-club/Blue care offer home assistance  which Deb uses here is the link for more information https://www.bluecare.org.au/home-careHELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/ A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat

The FND Podcast
The JJ segment | Lets talk Tremors

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 61:33


On this Episode Jess talks about Tremors different types what she experiences what her triggers are the causes and what effects her FNd. Amounts different things with FND including seizures,  Drop Attacks, being mindful to others when talking about life with FND and more.Follow Jess on Instagram @ functionallyjess. Functional Tremors :https://www.neurosymptoms.org/functional-tremor/4594357998Non epileptic seizureshttps://www.fndaction.org.uk/non-epileptic-attack-disorder/ Drop attackhttps://www.neurosymptoms.org/drop-attacks/4594358006HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/ A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat    

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 41:21


In this Episode we have an update on Debs first new doctors appointment, how it went. Also since Deb has been going to laughter group what is the benefits of Laughter group?  And what is the realisation about walkers that Deb has? And a story that Deb shares about why Advocating is so important even with an FND diagnosis. the laughter group that Deb had mentioned that she will go to you can check out where is the closest in your area. Please consult with your fnd team first to check if it is right for you.https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/topics/laughter-club/Blue care offer home assistance  which Deb uses here is the link for more information https://www.bluecare.org.au/home-careHELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/ A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat  

The FND Podcast
JJ segment | FND & Intimacy

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 56:34


This episode contains sexual references trigger warning there are sexual issues here and should be listened to persons aged 18 and over.On this episode we talk about Sex and FND and the possibility of starting a family with FND.  We hold nothing back. Sexuality and sensuality is still a very big part of life and people with FND are still living it. So let's open up that discussion Follow Jess on Instagram @ functionallyjess LINKS TO EXPLORESECCA supports people with disability to learn about relationships, sexuality and sexual health. They enrich the lives of people with disabilities through education and therapeutic support, in relation to sexuality and relationships.https://www.secca.org.au/ Sexuality and Disability website for women. It is constructed as a bunch of questions a woman with a disability might have – about her body, about the mechanics and dynamics of having sex, about the complexities of being in an intimate relationship or having children, about unvoiced fears or experiences of encountering abuse in some form. check this website out:https://sexualityanddisability.org/Tackling the stigma on Disability and Stigma  https://youtu.be/PfojtRdupoQ Food for thought  Australian ABC NEWS everyday  article  about relationships and disabilities https://www.abc.net.au/everyday/the-realities-of-relationships-with-disability/11092730Physical Disability and Sexualityhttps://www.fpv.org.au/for-you/people-with-a-disability/physical-disability-and-sexualityEmilys story of dating and FND check it out https://www.urevolution.com/dating-with-functional-neurological-disorder/Dating and Sexuality explained with Disabilityhttps://youtu.be/MfYSpuKq_-8Sex and the disabled  from the disabled worldhttps://www.disabled-world.com/disability/sexuality/ An overview of information of sex and disabilityhttps://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/servicesandsupport/disability-and-sexualityRelationships and Sex links herehttps://www.brainandspine.org.uk/information-and-support/living-with-a-neurological-problem/relationships-and-sex/ HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat    

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 53:04


Let's enjoy some Jimmy Barnes musichttps://youtu.be/Rvk7KzvtAdIthe laughter group that Deb had mentioned that she will go to you can check out where is the closest in your area. Please consult with your fnd team first to check if it is right for you.https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/topics/laughter-club/Another view of using mobility aids : overcoming and changing perspectives of using the mobility aids https://www.lifestyleandmobility.co.uk/shedding-the-shame-around-mobility-aids/The Carer Gateway : Australian Government Initiative. To learn more you can listen to their interview from this podcast episode here:https://thefndpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/supporting-caregivers-carer-gatewayand the website link is here:https://www.carergateway.gov.au/Blue care offer home assistance  which Deb uses here is the link for more information https://www.bluecare.org.au/home-careNDIS Planning what is it all about?https://www.ndis.gov.au/participants/creating-your-planHELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat  

From the Hawkeye of the Storm
Week 163 - Brada's Branded Thoughts (ft. Jovon Johnson) | Former All-Big Ten Iowa CB joins the show

From the Hawkeye of the Storm

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 52:24


Week 163 features one of the best defensive backs to ever wear the black and gold! Four-time All-Big Ten CB Jovon Johnson joins the podcast to share his thoughts on what Iowa Football will look like this coming season. Included in our discussion: - Phil Parker's DB room - Kaevon Merriweather's potential - Spencer Petras vs. the field at QB - Riley Moss and the competition for CB reps - Terry Roberts' decision to be patient in staying at Iowa - Tyler Goodson's ability to launch the Hawkeye offense We also discuss Jovon's own career and viewpoints on various topics, including: - His experience at Iowa, thoughts on last summer's allegations against staff - His relationship with Chris Doyle, Norm Parker, Phil Parker, Kirk Ferentz, and Brian Ferentz - His new coaching gig at a Division II school

The FND Podcast
JJ Segment

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 51:27


Be sure to follow Jess on Instagram @functionallyjessHow do you  get you get up safely from a fall?YouTube video with two physiotherapists explaining howhttps://youtu.be/PurjjqxwrhgLets talk about Dystonia:https://www.neurosymptoms.org/functional-dystonia/4594358007FunctionalLenny has a great video on dystoniahttps://youtu.be/8lysE0IyMZwIf you are experiencing feelings of depression hopelessness pain, if you notice changes in your sleep or eating and thoughts , if you notice a change in the usual activities that you are interested in or usually do or have thoughts of suicide please talk to someone , notify your gp, your medical team let someone know. Reach out to someone.In Australia:Lifeline: 13 11 14www.lifeline.org.auBeyond blue: 1300 22 4636www.beyondblue.org.auHeadspacewww.headspace.org.auImmediate danger : 000HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat  

The FND Podcast
JJ segment

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 33:01


follow Jess on Instagram @functionallyjess HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.https://www.neurosymptoms.org/Youtube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:https://www.fndaus.org.au/FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT  SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 57:20


the lighter group that Deb had mentioned that she will go to you can check out where is the closest in your area. Please consult with your fnd team first to check if it is right for you.https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/topics/laughter-club/Kerris My FND Reality: Deb is referring to her FND Reality: her story is here:https://thefndpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/my-fnd-reality-talking-to-keriThe Carer Gateway : Australian Government Initiative. To learn more you can listen to their interview from this podcast episode here:https://thefndpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/supporting-caregivers-carer-gatewayand the website link is here:https://www.carergateway.gov.au/Blue care offer home assistance  which Deb uses here is the link for more information https://www.bluecare.org.au/home-careThe Red Cross offers a service which calls people on a daily basis to ensure they are okay every day; if the call isn't answered Red Cross will take action to make sure you're okay. This can be a temporary service too. It's called Telecrosshttps://www.redcross.org.au/get-help/community-services/telecrossMeals on wheels :https://mealsonwheels.org.au/HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat  

The FND Podcast
My FND Reality | Talking to Sara

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2021 53:30


Sara from managing chronic check out her website and coaching and blog herehttps://managingchronic.com/again @managingchronic on Instagram She is just amazing alsoChroniclly capable is an organisation which is bridging the gap between organisations and those with chronic illness & / disability and placing people with work removing the stigma and fear. To find out more :https://www.wearecapable.org/aboutHELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.https://www.neurosymptoms.org/Youtube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:https://www.fndaus.org.au/FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT  SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/ 

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 30:01


The Red Cross offers a service which calls people on a daily basis to ensure they are okay every day; if the call isn't answered Red Cross will take action to make sure you're okay. This can be a temporary service too. It's called Telecrosshttps://www.redcross.org.au/get-help/community-services/telecrossPersonal mobile alarms are another good way to keep safe. When you have emergency you activate the alarm it contacts your emergency contacts and nowadays even alerts your whereabouts and sometimes emergency services.https://livelifealarms.com.au/product/order-4GX-mobile-alarm/?gclid=CjwKCAjw7J6EBhBDEiwA5UUM2gNGpIXnLEIKLzeAGP952PCulrf8HmRCJIgCkCC5ukPyZ68SsyH_lxoCjEkQAvD_BwEsmartphones with fall detection features also are much like personal Mobile alarms :https://www.medicalalertadvice.com/articles/apple-watch-fall-detection/For those with Telstra: priority assist is available for you if it is necessary that you have an available phone line 24/7 and you have a medical conditionhttps://www.telstra.com.au/support/category/home-phone/plans-rates/priority-assistance-for-telstra-customersand last but not least there are laughter groups! We will be hearing more from Deb how it went however if you're keen to find out where one is in your area . Apparently good for your mind and emotionally aswell. There is such a thing as laughter yoga.https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/topics/laughter-club/HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat  

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 36:20


To access the episode that we talked about Leannes My FND reality please click on this linkhttps://thefndpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/my-fnd-reality-talking-to-leanneIf you are experiencing feelings of depression hopelessness pain, if you notice changes in your sleep or eating and thoughts , if you notice a change in the usual activities that you are interested in or usually do or have thoughts of suicide please talk to someone , notify your gp, your medical team let someone know. Reach out to someone.In Australia:Lifeline: 13 11 14www.lifeline.org.auBeyond blue: 1300 22 4636www.beyondblue.org.auHeadspacewww.headspace.org.auImmediate danger : 000HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat  

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 42:04


If you would like to listen to Katherine Gills interview click on the link below:https://thefndpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/presenting-dr-katherine-gillHELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat

The FND Podcast
Raising FND awareness

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2021 22:16


HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.https://www.neurosymptoms.org/Youtube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:https://www.fndaus.org.au/FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT  SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/

The FND Podcast
The Deb & Detty Show the Panel

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 56:02


In Queensland Ryan's rule can be utilised if you have concerns that you are not being heard. Ryan's RuleRyan's Rule assists you to get help when you are concerned about a patient in hospital who is getting worse or not improving. All CQ Health hospitals and services fully support this initiative. This actually should be in all states. Only so far in Queensland. https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cq/patients-and-visitors/your-rights-and-responsibilities/ryans-ruleHELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.www.neurosymptoms.orgYoutube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/A really helpful article and explanation of what FND is: 'https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1367576277956370432.html?fbclid=IwAR1GZpXe7IgC9qVlIr7ygA9RslPy6nxhQIumdUw9XMu2fs8MsMf8SwYZeVQif you are interested in FND Merchandise to support FND Australia support services by Friends of FNDhttps://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chat

The FND Podcast
My FND reality | Talking to Jacinta

The FND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2021 42:31


Jacintas written piece posted with permission by Jacinta: FND is not a simple disorder that can be easily explained not easily described with the impact it makes on ones life.To most FND, in full known as functional neurological disorder, is just a medical term used to describe a number of symptoms that have so much variance and debilitating effects. Three little words that just makes up a name to some but to me and so many others, seen as a disorder that has made a dramatic change in our daily life as we once knew it.In simple terms I have no hardware damage to my brain but more so software issues, the messages the brain sends are not always sent in the correct way resulting in havoc around the body. Describing it in these terms makes me think if only I could go down to the local I.T shop, get a reboot and upgrade of the latest program and be on my way! If only it was that easy!FND has been an on and off element in my adult life, rearing its ugly head at times I never expected. I am a mum of 2 beautiful children and always prided myself on working hard to provide for my family. Nearly 18 months ago FND started to cast its shadow and from there my daily life changed. All my symptoms started on my right side and sadly decided to take away my sensation and use in both my legs, leaving me confined to a steel contraption daily, a steel contraption that is my lifeline to some form of independence. Apart from the list of other symptoms this has been the hardest to come to terms with in so many different ways. Self acceptance is one of the hardest lesson we have to learn in so many aspects of life.FND decided to take a front seat in my life while I was left to be the back seat driver, yelling out my desires on which way I wanted to go but having no full control of the wheel, my destination being fully functioning! Every wrong turn I was like the child in the back banging on the seat asking are we there yet!I have always been one to struggle with putting the exact impact of FND into words that has enough power behind how much this disorder has made such a huge daily impact.This morning I woke, like many times before that initial wake up being separate to reality...... AND then it hits, that moment realisation starts flooding back that I still have limitations on my body that seem to be failing me, this hit of realisation hits hard and the tears began to well in my eyes. Suddenly my inner strength kicks in and I stop, in this moment i chose to make my emotions that come from the heartache of this disorder come to use in another form, I was going to use this emotion to capture how I felt about FND on an internal level.I have always wanted to do an artwork to try and strongly show how FND can make us feel internally......but honestly I'm hopeless with a paintbrush or pencil and a stick figure wasnt going to cut it.I decided it was time for some self love, to do something for myself to boost my confidence in this time of desperation. I pulled out a packet of hair dye, unravelling my hair I continued to colour my hair and let it sit. Then the time came to wash it out, watching as the colour washed out and covered my body I had a light bulb moment, it was in this exact moment I knew I had found my way to Express FND in a raw form. A way that showed clearly on the outside how we feel on the inside at times.Being bare, vulnerable and feeling backed in a corner is how most of us feel when it comes to dealing with majority of the medical world and with those that simply dont understand the complexity of this disorder. Most of us are left to deal with our symptoms on our own, left to deal with the fallout and impacts of FND on our daily lives.Our families are the ones left to help us pick up the pieces with every hurdle faced, left to help us find our worth in a world we cant quite comprehend ourselves, a world that seems to be just a continuous roundabout without any exits. The vulnerability on not only ourselves but our families comes in so many different shapes and forms.The colour washing down from the head signifies to me the torment that comes from the confusion we face, the torment of a disfunctioning brain that then runs over your body and leaves its mark as the confusion washes down. The only difference between this picture is it can be seen, this inner impact cannot be always fully seen from the outside. The confusion of the brain can be a really hard thing to compute but the confusion doesnt stop there, it continues down throughout our bodies and creates havoc in many different ways. Your life as you knew it just washes away, everything is left to feel like a washed out mess.While everything feels so lost I am proud of who I am! I've learnt about so much inner strength inside me that I never realised I had! Once your only option is to be strong you realise how much that shines within you. With every set back, with every hurdle, with every year, I still find the strength to find an acceptance in myself and push forward.I beg of you all to reflect, to reflect on how everyday functions allow you to do what you do. Just simply standing in the shower, being able to drive a car, being able to kick a ball with your children, to work and provide for your family without limitation, these are all things we take for granted and dont think about! Be grateful in all you do, in the time you have with family and friends because having gratitude is something we should all reflect on regardless.To all my FND warriors, the struggles are real, the hurdles faced are some of the hardest we have to conquer, the realisation of our bodies failing us are hard to face both physically and mentally. FND may have changed our daily lives, it may have made us feel vulnerable and misunderstood but dont ever feel you are alone in the fight for hope.Be kind to yourself, be kind to those strong souls that see the suffering but still hold our hand along the way.Most importantly dont give up the drive or determination we all fight with to get back to fully functional.FND may have changed your daily life, it may have put limitations on you but at the end of the day you still have the same heart to shine through your soul and out into the world. We are all stars in the dark night of all that is FND, stars need the darkness to shine!Dont ever forget your inner strength, your inner beauty or who you are.Stay strong, keep fighting for hope and keep shining.To Purchase FND Shirts Hoodies and Bags go to website :https://imprintmerch.com.au/collections/lets-have-the-chatProceeds go to FND Australia support services. HELPFUL RESOURCES:A website all things Functional neurological Disorder written by Professor Jon Stone who is the leading FND researcher and Consultant Neurologist in Edinburgh, Scotland.https://www.neurosymptoms.org/Youtube video: What is Functional Neurological Condition By Dr. Phil Parker. A great thorough explanation of FND and the updates of FND.FND ORGANISATIONS:https://www.fndaus.org.au/FND AUSTRALIA SUPPORT  SERVICES INC: A wonderful resource for people in Australia with FND: from reasearch into FND, finding medical specialists and services and just information about FND. Solely dedicated to all things FND and helping those with FND in Australia.https://fndaus.org.au/FND Action: FND Action is a patient-led charity who offer a caring and supporting hand to people living with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) in the UK. FND Action provide support to those diagnosed and their caregivers by hosting online support groups, an informative website and actively advocating for the cause.https://www.fndaction.org.uk/FND Dimensions aims to develop a network of ‘peer support groups' across the UK either in face to face meetings or online via methods such as Skype. By bringing people together on a regular basis, this helps alleviate the isolation that many FND patients feel. It also gives  opportunity  for others to open up dialog and to talk to others in a similar position about the day to day challenges, issues or concerns with one another.http://fnddimensions.org/