This week on Real Talk with Rachael I'm chatting with Holly Wagner. Holly and her husband, Philip, are the senior founding pastors of Oasis Church – a growing, multi-cultural, church located in Los Angeles. They have been married for over 38 years, love life, and enjoy spending time with their two adult children, Jordan and Paris, and their 4 grandchildren! Holly is passionate about seeing the Church grow strong and relevant to the culture surrounding it and for women to become who God has designed them to become. She founded She Rises (formerly GodChicks), and has empowered thousands of women around the world. Holly has appeared on many television shows and is currently one of the hosts of TBN's Better Together. She has written several books; her newest is Find Your Brave, an honest look at navigating storms, and has been an encouragement to the thousands who have read it. Key Points from Our Conversation: Starters' and finishers' strengths and weaknesses will complement one another. Sometimes God instructs us to let go of things we've started, but other times there is no one who can complete something but the person who started it. Even when you get what you've been working for, you'll find you're at the beginning of something new. Take one step at a time. Maturity isn't linked to age, it corresponds with what we persevere through. We're afraid to share our failures and what we've been through, but that's what helps others overcome. Your past can be used to give someone else a future, but only if you share your story. The Bible is the living Word of God meant to direct and convict us. You can't expand the kingdom of God without a fight. Battles never come one at a time, they come all at once so you must remain prepared. If you don't share the love of God, who will? But first, you must receive the love of God to be able to love others well. Who we are is being forced and formed in the valley. If you're struggling to make it through, take the focus off of yourself and serve others. Let's Get Real Practical: Make a list of the things you've started, then ask the Lord what He's calling you to finish now or later and what to let go of. Connect with Holly: website | Instagram | Facebook Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook
Watch podcast on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ijq4bcuUNv4 At the 2023 Prefontaine Classic, we did our 3rd annual media podcast roundup with three women revolutionizing T&F media. In this episode we learn about the challenges they faced and the successes they experienced trying to better the sport in 2023. Plus we learn about their favorite projects that they feel are changing T&F. Read down below to learn more about each of our guests... Tiara Willams: https://www.instagram.com/_realtalkwithtee/ 28.6k IG Followers; worked with: NSAF, USATF, Armory NYC, HighlighHER; former NCAA athlete at Texas Tech Demitra Carter: https://www.instagram.com/demitra_carter/ Creator of Tiny Talks, former NCAA athlete at Baylor, 16.7K IG Followers, works for Team USA, has worked with: ON Running, Under Armour, Hayward Magic Katelyn Hutchison: https://www.instagram.com/_kxnaomi/ NCAA Athlete at Kentucky, 9.4K Followers on Twitter, featured in NY Times, works for CITIUS MAG, co-host of Out of the Blocks podcast ✔YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@2blackrunners ✔Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2blackrunners/ ✔Website: https://www.running-report.com/
Everyone loves to fantasize about owning an STR (short term rental) but what is it really like? Erin and Stacy get down to brass tacks with special guest (and Smith Spencer Real Estate ⭐️ agent) Giovanna Richard. Giovanna owns an STR called "The Oyster House" in downtown Charleston and shares some real talk about what it's been like so far. This episode is brought to you by: Nick Cann Photo Find out more by going to: https://www.nickcannphoto.com/
Guest: Dan Panetti Guys, we have an incredible opportunity to do relationships well - the way that God designed and intended for them to be done - and to get the incredible results that God designed - that our relationships would enhance and empower our lives and better those around us! But, it will come at a cost - we have to be honest about what it will cost and be willing to invest our time, talents, and treasure into meaningful and significant relationships! In this episode, we talk about the strategies to walking out these meaningful relationships: We have to be willing to be counter-cultural. While others are settling for self-serving relationships, we are going to be working for God-honoring, self-sacrificing relationships. We have to put to death the deeds of the flesh - as John Owen wrote, “Be killing sin, or sin will be killing you.” We have to go slowly in our relationships, establishing proper boundaries that honor, respect, and cherish the other person and God's design. We must work to protect our sisters in Christ. We must walk with the wise if we are wanting to grow wise. T4M guys - just a reminder that Training4Manhood is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) ministry and you can make donations either via Zelle (email@example.com) or by visiting the Training4Manhood website. Huge thank you to Jared Wood for allowing T4M to use his music in our intro and outro selections.
Ever felt like you're running in circles trying to hit that elusive six-figure mark in network marketing? Yeah, we've all been there. But what if I told you there's a shortcut—a roadmap designed by industry leaders who've been exactly where you are and scaled the heights you're aiming for? In this episode, I sit down with three co-authors of the freshly minted book, 'Journey to a Six-Figure Income.' We're not talking about the same old, rehashed Google advice here. This is a no-fluff, straight-to-the-point discussion on proven strategies that have helped build global teams and skyrocket monthly commissions. Trust me, you don't want to miss this one. Tune in and elevate your game!https://www.robsperry.com/six-figure-journey
How do you feel about your voice? Are you able to speak up and be heard in groups? Do you freak out if you have a work presentation or at Uni ? Have you had to go on stage and perform a talk, a song or some kind of performance that came into your life? Do you hate the sound of your voice when you listen back? I have come to understand this is due to cognitive dissonance. The way we hear our voice back is different to how it is when we speak to others. Our voice travels in a different way when we hear it back. But communication is a huge gift that we are able to express through our one and only human instrument. And? As it happens, communicating well, is a massive skill. It is not something we a gifted when we form the words on our lips. It tales time, patience and a LOT of practice. If this is something you wish to work on, in todays Episode we hear from those who came on the event last year over three days and their letters they wrote to their voice. We also hear from our keynote speaker, Sister Bliss of faithless. In two weeks time she joins us on edition NO.2 of the Women´s Voice Activation here in Ibiza. Details here: VOICE RETREAT 14 AND 15TH OCTOBER IN IBIZA
The latest episode of The Players Voice features Dublin's Lauren Magee.During this conversation, Lauren explains why Dublin's All-Ireland victory in 2023 was the sweetest of them all. She discussed how much she benefited as a person from taking a break to go traveling and what she learned from her experience in the AFLW. Lauren also opens up about losing her step-dad to suicide and her journey with grief.If you are a GPA member in the Republic of Ireland and are in need of mental health support, call 1800 98 92 85 or text ‘GPA' to 50808. From Northern Ireland, please call 0800 044 5059 or text ‘GPA' 85258.If you aren't a GPA member and need mental health support, please check out the Samaritans or Pieta House.The Players' Voice is brought to you by the Gaelic Players Association in collaboration with Real Talks. The podcast series is part of BEO 360, a GPA programme that empowers inter-county players across 4 key areas - life skills, wellbeing, dual career and transitions. Please go to beo360.gaelicplayers.com to learn more.Each episode is hosted by Alan O'Mara, a former Cavan goalkeeper who now works as a Performance and Wellbeing consultant. To find out more about his work with sports and business leaders around the world, please go to www.RealTalks.ie.
Do you fall prey to trying to be more of the victim in an argument, altercation, or wrongdoing? Consider what your relationships would look like if you chose to take 100% responsibility for a resolution instead of jockeying for the victim position. -- We're looking for feedback! Enter the drawing for a $100 Gift Card: www.thekineticman.com/survey Come join David and Stu in the next group of The Kinetic Man Mastermind, which brings together a diverse group of men striving to become the best husbands, fathers, friends, and leaders possible. Applications are open for the next Tribe! Learn More here: https://thekineticman.com/mastermind Check out the Kinetic Men Events on Meetup! https://www.meetup.com/thekineticman/events/ Join our New Kinetic Man Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thekineticman Know someone who would make a great guest on our podcast? Let us know! firstname.lastname@example.org
Life's journey is filled with twists and turns, and when you sprinkle in the "immigrant dreams" narrative, you've got a story that's nothing short of extraordinary. Guess what? I decided to take a bold step and have a heart-to-heart conversation with my amazing mom. Brace yourselves, because this chat is packed with precious wisdom on how to stay resilient through life's toughest moments! In this episode, my mom and I embark on a journey from Homeland Memories to New Beginnings. We explore the challenges of uprooting our lives and the beauty that lies in fresh starts. Feeling like you don't quite fit in? You're not alone in that sentiment! We also delve deep into Tales of Tenacity. We'll share how to maintain resilience when life throws its inevitable curveballs. If you've ever needed a boost of determination, this episode is your golden ticket! But that's not all; we get into some real CEO Real Talk. What truly sets apart a top-notch CEO? It's not just about strategy; it's about heart, unshakable determination, and of course, a sprinkle of mom wisdom that you won't want to miss. And here's a little sneak peek: we tackle our BIGGEST entrepreneurial fears head-on. It's raw, it's real, and it's as relatable as it gets! Don't wait a moment longer—click below and join us in this heartfelt conversation that's filled with insights and inspiration! If tales of resilience, "Immigrant Dreams," and the entrepreneurial spirit speak to your soul (or if you're just in need of a motivational pick-me-up), you're in for a treat with this episode! // BEAUTY BIZ SECRETS FACEBOOK GROUP! // LIVE at the AAM PMU board conference // FREE BEAUTY BUSINESS AUDIT // www.SheilaBella.com | Instagram @realsheilabella / // YOUTUBE
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Camila is a surrogate Loss Mom who experienced a full term stillbirth. In this episode we discuss her experiences with her surrogacy, the weight it put on her and her family and the preventable death of the baby that she was carrying. We talk about how her grief manifested, her relationship with the biological parents, and her calling to join advocacy and prevention efforts with PUSH for Empowered Pregnancy. As the Director of Communications, she has recently finished her time in DC advocating for changes in legislation to help put a stop to preventable stillbirth. This is a very specific topic within an already very rare category. Please share this if you know someone who has had a similar experience as Camila. Find Camila on IG: @surrogacy_loss_mama To get involved: Pushpregnancy.org Preventative measures: Countthekicks.org *************************************I am not a doctor or a therapist. The views of my guests are not always reflective of my own. I am just a real life loss mom describing her experiences with life after loss and I'm putting it out there so you feel less alone. Always do your own research and make informed decisions!For more REAL TALK about baby loss and grief, hit subscribe to be notified when another drops! Instagram @thekatherinelazarYoutube: @thekatherinelazarEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.katherinelazar.com Some helpful resources:https://www.measuretheplacenta.org/https://www.tommys.org/ Local to Atlanta:https://www.northsidepnl.com/ Follow me on Social Media:Instagram and Facebook: @thekatherinelazar
This week, we continue our conversation with Matt and Shanelle DeMaris, AKA the Cincy Brews Traveler and The Wolf. We talked about a wide variety of topics, including parenting, Cincinnati craft beer, and more. We talked so much that we had to divide the podcast into two separate episodes! This is part two of our conversation.Make sure to follow all of their projects:Vets & BrewsThe Brews Travelers' Outcast PodcastHustle & BrewsSpecial shoutout to 13 Below Brewery for letting us use their taproom as our mobile podcast studio. ***Spread the Word and Connect With UsIf you like what you hear, please leave us a rating and review. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.Help us spread the word about the podcast so we can grow. Visit our website at https://www.craftparentingpodcast.com to read our blog posts about life as parents, our family adventures, craft beer, and more.Buy Us A CoffeeIf you enjoy listening to our podcast and reading our blog posts every week, then you can help offset our equipment and software costs through Buy Me a Coffee. We wouldn't be able to do any of this without the loyalty of our listeners and readers.THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for all of your support!Support the show
In today's episode I want to pull back the curtain in a really raw way, and give you all the juicy details of what behind the scenes of event planning looks like and what's coming next for empowerHER! This season has taught me so much about the power of manifestation, trusting YOURSELF even if you don't know all the “how's” yet, that things always work out the way they should even if they don't go as planned, and the the importance of calling your shot and becoming the representation of the thing that might be bugging you if you aren't seeing it represented. I think you're really going to vibe with this!&&&& as mentioned in this episode: If you want to get pump up text messages from me straight to your phone AND be first to know about all the fun products, programs, events etc. coming make sure you're on my text list! Text the word “START” to (512) 548-2728 & you'll get added on! &&& if you're on IG, come say hi!! You can connect with me here: My personal account→ @kacia.ghetmiri The Podcast Account ---> @empowerHER.podcast
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On this real talk, Kourtney and Clarissa are discussing how growing up around addiction impacted their youth, early 20s, and now 30s. What they learned, how it shaped their views, and what life is like now as grown children of alcoholics. It's a heavy episode, but it's one step in ridding some stigma and shame that comes with the experience.If you or someone you know is dealing with substance abuse issues, help is available. SAMHSA's National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357) Disclaimer: This is an entertainment podcast based on individual perspective, experience, and opinion.The content of this episode is not medical advice and should not be taken as such under any circumstances. The views expressed do not reflect on any other persons, businesses, or institutions nor should they be taken as concrete fact, expert opinion, or allegation of any kind. In addition, this is from the perspective of growing up with addiction in the home and how it's affected life, mental health, and other issues. This is not from the perspective of someone struggling with addiction and shouldn't be taken as such. Much of the content in this episode and podcast as a whole are meant to be personal, sometimes comedic, and observational in nature. Please enjoy in context.
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Real Talk podcast is joined by Hank Nuwer, a renowned anti-hazing journalist, author, and scholar with over four decades of experience. He is known for his unwavering dedication to eradicating hazing culture and has authored many influential books on the subject. Hank maintains a comprehensive database of hazing deaths and continues to be a leading voice in raising awareness and advocating for prevention efforts in colleges and beyond. He is a respected authority on hazing and has conducted extensive research and interviews to shed light on this issue. Show Notes: ● Sharing personal experiences with hazing (01:20) ● Analyzing the role of institutions in hazing prevention (05:10) ● Highlighting the importance of education and awareness (08:15) ● Should schools abolish Greek life or fraternity sororities? (10:25) ● Discussion about different types of hazing (13:00) ● How to define hazing (13.40) ● How hazing manifests in different organizations (15:00) ● Hank discusses his books and plays (19:00) ● Hank discusses future projects (20:30) ● Positive turn around stories from institutions (21:52) ● Experiences at other universities (23:50) ● How can we get coaches involved (25:00) ● How lonliness factors into hazing (26:30) ● Conclusion (28:00) Transcript: Kristina Supler: Welcome back to Real Talk with Susan Stone and Christina Supler. We are full-time moms and attorneys bringing our student defense legal practice to life with real, candid conversations. Susan Stone: Today's podcast is going to tackle the issue of hazing and what a lot of you out there may not know is that Christina and I have looked at hazing from many different perspectives in our career. We have defended accused of hazing. We've actually been asked to help a Greek organization against accusations of hazing. And we have represented victims of hazing. So we have a real 360, don't Christina? Kristina Supler: We do and we're, as our listeners may know, we're located in Ohio, but we handle cases across the country. And what's interesting is that Ohio has been a real hotbed of this activity, though, of course, it happens in students across the country are dealing with these sorts of issues. So we're excited to jump into this topic today. Susan Stone: I really am too. And I am super excited about the guest we have. I feel very fortunate. I want all our listeners know before we give our name out that we reach out to him or her. And we just kept at it because I really wanted this guest on the podcast. So with that, why don't you do the intro? Kristina Supler: Sure. We are joined today by Hank Newer, who is a renowned anti-hazing journalist, author and scholar, known for his unwavering dedication to eradicating hazing culture. With over four decades of experience, he's authored many influential books. He maintains a comprehensive database of hazing deaths. And he continues to be a leading voice in raising awareness and advocating for prevention efforts in colleges and beyond. Welcome, Hank. We're so happy to have you with us today. Hank Newer: Thank you. I'm very pleased to be here. Susan Stone: And I got to add. We just learned Hank lives in Alaska. So we got a little northern exposure going on here. So I love it. But with Hank, let's kick it off. How did hazing become your career focus? Hank Newer: Not because I was hazed, but because I was at the University of Nevada, Reno. And we had a hazing death that was just off campus. But I had seen the initiation. At that time, hazing was rampant, not against the law in a lot of places. I had seen the initiation on campus. And then at a campus bar, I saw someone passed out at a pool table. He was foaming at the mouth. The organization was called the Sun Downers. And their alumni are some of the leading citizens in Nevada. The initiation consisted of making people drink ever clear. And they would throw a match at their lips. So a lot of people were-- Susan Stone: Oh my gosh. Hank Newer: Yeah, that was supposed to be funny. Kristina Supler: That's shocking. Hank Newer: It was. So the person that was foaming I got them to take him and walk him. But I think if I had called the police or so, they wouldn't have done it another time. And John Davies might still be alive. So they did it one more time. And they did this one, not in public. They went to an Indian reservation. And John Davies died, and another pledge was without oxygen for a while. And so I've done database reporting since the 70s. So I made a database of all the hazing deaths that were out there. And editor friend of mine put me in touch with Human Behavior Magazine. And so in the mid 70s, that first article came out. And I kept the database going ever since. Susan Stone: Wow. I can't even respond. Kristina Supler: I think your database is really an important resource. And tell us more about how you receive information and reports that you put into your database. And how do you verify the accuracy of this information? Hank Newer: It's actually time consuming. I also on the page have a long list of deaths that are not considered hazing deaths, but appeared in the press as deaths. Some of these, in particularly around 1900, were with sensational reporting. And I had to track them to find out if these really did occur. So mostly it's from media reports. But people get in touch all the time. If there's a death, the chances of me talking to the parents within two or three days are very good. They're going to be calling for information. And now I would say it's the most difficult part of doing this job. But it was a lot of time. And it was very expensive in the 70s. I had a pay for Lexus Nexus myself. I paid the New York Times for their database. And I started a list serve in the 80s. And people were sending in information on that list serve, which you still could find some places online. So I just kept that over and over. And the good thing about being so public, if people disagree or want to talk about it, it's all out there with full disclosure, where the information comes from. Kristina Supler: That's the purpose of the database. Hank Newer: Because in the set, as I said before, there were a lot of deaths that did not occur that were listed. People were taking any alcohol related death at all and calling it hazing. And so I was trying to break down the details as much as anything else. The next database I'll do will be all these sexual haze and cases involving athletes. And I hope to have that done next year. Susan Stone I'm sure you're thinking about that because of the Yates versus Northwestern case, am I correct? Hank Newer: You have a lot of phone calls about that. Kristina Supler: And we're seeing a real rise in those sorts of cases in our practice that we handle the issue from all different angles. So I think that's really important work you're doing. Susan Stone: I applaud you. What I want to know in your work because we address this, so I'm going to ask you a very selfish question, because I want to know the answer. But I'm sure Christina does too. So much of hazing is shrouded in secrecy and the members of hazing protect each other. What's the best way for a person who's a victim of hazing to gather the evidence to expose what's going on, especially in a culture of silence? Hank Newer: The way I try to do things is I go to the alums, people who've graduated a year or two earlier. And that's very, very quickly after a death when I'm doing a story. Talking to the alums, yes, some of them will close, you know, shut the phone on you, but others will talk about it. And it's a good way of getting into the middle. I try to talk to the advisors and get information from them. And if you just talk to people on campus, hazing isn't as shrouded in secrecy as you think. People are going to be talking to their significant others. So it's not the secret that fraternity members would like to think that it is. Susan Stone: For sports organizations, correct? Hank Newer: Yeah, for sport, well, one of the big problems is they don't consider it as hazing Kristina Supler: No, we know. We got it. We got it. I just wanted to comment that I think it's also important to point out, and I'd like to hear more of your thoughts. I think often hazing is sort of conceptually conceived of as just happening among young men in fraternities. And in fact, it spans across all student organizations, entities, athletic teams, military groups. And it's also not exclusively a male issue. I mean, Susan and I have plenty of case experiences involving female athletes in hazing. Can you talk a little bit more about what you're seeing in the breakdown? And is there any rise in female hazing in your research? Susan Stone: Generally, what are the trends? Hank Newer: Yeah, I don't really see a rise. I think it's consistent. We've not had a death this year or last year, but we've had so many close calls. So people would like to think that we have a trend of deaths ending. We don't. The people were lucky. Maybe what's happening is they're quicker to call 911 and not to just drop somebody off at the hospital where a few deaths have happened. Susan Stone: Or leave them at the foot of the stairs like at Penn State? Hank Newer: Yeah. Well, that-- he was just left alone there. But several times, members have gotten frightened and taken somebody to the hospital and just dropped them off at the emergency. And it's too late at that particular point. From what I saw in the one case, people went from standing up to being dead drunk and just short amount of time. So they're talking, talking, talking, and then suddenly, it hits them. That case of foaming at the mouth was the most dramatic that I've ever seen. Kristina Supler: I can't imagine. I just can't imagine what that must have been like and how that experience has obviously stayed with you. Hank, I'm curious. I'd like to hear your thoughts on whether you think schools should abolish Greek life fraternity sororities? Or do you think that there's value in these organizations? Hank Newer: With certainty, abolish pledging. Not abolish Greek life. I taught 18 years of Franklin College. We didn't have any incidents. I was the advisor to the honor society there, which is male and female. And we had positive initiations that could not in any way shape or form be considered hazing. And the students brought their parents or grandparents to the ceremony. But for me, it's like a mathematical equation, pledging, becomes hazing as pledging becomes hazing. In terms of sports, get rid of the word rookie and stop this dominant subordinate culture that we have out there. And the other is a lot of the coaches will either turn their heads or say, don't take it too far. And that is very, very common. Now, it's very, very dangerous for coaches to do that. If you say, don't take it too far, and you're allowing it. And if alcohol is involved, it is going to go too far. Susan Stone: Hank, just to kind of turn the question and turn the dial a little differently, there are the extreme cases of alcohol. The one you described you witness is horrific. And we've also worked on some pretty scary cases. But I have to say, we've also worked on cases where activities were labeled as hazing and taken as this serious infraction. I don't know. I didn't think it was so serious. I want to give you an example and get your response. We worked on a case where there was a pledging and when the pledges went active, there was a champagne shower. Like they do after car racing. Kristina Supler: Yeah, it celebrates. Susan Stone: That was investigated for being hazing. I don't think that's hazing. What do you think? Hank Newer: I broke it out out into criminal hazing and non-criminal hazing. Certainly, with something that you're describing, I would have never gotten into this kind of thing. The hazing that I had as a fraternity member was being dropped off in the country. We knew about it ahead of time and had money to call friends. So when you look at it that way, you don't think it's so bad. But then you look at Grove City College in Pennsylvania. Four pledges were killed and aligned as they were walking. And actually, alcohol wasn't involved for them when they were in the middle of nowhere. So the problem is that what would look like innocent fun, sometimes things go wrong. In that case, it's a hard line between what's hazing and what's an accident. And in talking to fraternity advisors, you can't punish the same way. You can't punish somebody for having a pledge pen, the same way that you would for having them drink a handle of alcohol. But in some cases, hazing is hazing, and it's punished that way. It doesn't make any sense at all. Susan Stone: So how do you define hazing? Hank Newer: And hazing to me would be any activity that's silly, dangerous, or repulsive, that's done to newcomers by veterans in order to bring them into the organization. Susan Stone: Why silly? Kristina Supler: Is it because you think it's humiliating and embarrassing? Hank Newer: We're talking about the things that you said were not so bad. Like for me, I think it says something about male attitudes toward women when baseball players make each other dress up and go on to play in women's clothing or so on. But what about singing a song? Singing your fight song? That was in the movie, Paper Lion. Alex Karris was in that particular movie. George Plympton, who I interviewed about it, was pretending to be a player, a quarterback on the Detroit Lions, and he brought out a lot of that. So that kind of culture is still there. The only problem is, and there's no real study on it, our people going to take it farther if you have this kind of dominance. Somehow it got into from singing to tying people up to a goal post. And these are big, burly guys fighting back in people have been injured. Or hockey, it's gotten sexualized as you probably have seen in your research. Susan Stone: We have. Hank Newer: Band is very physical. Look at the death of Robert Champion. And when you were talking about different kinds, so when I'm talking to parents in 2018 in South Carolina, the parents were of a band member, their fraternity members. Interestingly enough, no sorority moms have gotten involved. I don't know exactly why it is, but the activists are the parents of fraternity members. And Kathleen Wyatt, for example, in Ohio is a big actress. Yeah, yeah, a lot. And before I took Robert Fairbanks, by the way, I was the editor of the Solana paper. Kristina Supler: Many of our listeners are parents of high school and college students. And so based on your experience and knowledge with this subject, what are some of the warning signs that parents, but also students should be aware of and look out for regarding hazing within organizations? Hank Newer: Well, there's like a personality change, a good way that a young woman put it, who was hazed at DuPau with having cigarettes put between our legs and burnt. Susan Stone: That's torture. Hank Newer: That one was interesting. It was Kappa Kappa Gamma. They were members of a family within the organization. And this happened at Chico State too, where the family has their choice of alcohol. One death, Adrian Hydeman at Chico State, it was brandy. These young women, I can't remember what their alcohol was, but they had to drink that particular liquor. And so with that particular case, the warning signs were that she lost her bubbliness, and that's the best description I could give. That she, the young woman, had been dancing. She grew up with ballet. When I interviewed her, she was working in a pizza parlour. And she had put on a bit of weight with stress. And that was one interview. Another young woman who fought back and later got her PhD in family studies fought back. So people have just different kinds of reactions. Mine with the case of having to go out, I didn't really think that much about it. Because we had somebody pick us up right away. But if somebody had gotten killed on one of those marches, I'd be looking at it differently. If the death hadn't occurred at Nevada Reno, I certainly never would have written about hazing. Susan Stone: You have written four books, is that correct? Hank Newer: Yeah, four books. And then I have a novel which has a hazing of Basques and Chinese in the early United States. Susan Stone: And you've also written a play, correct the broken pludge? Hank Newer: Yes, it was a winner of an Anne Frank Award at Buffalo State University. It used to be Buffalo State College. And I got to put my one man play on. And I put that play on for athletes. And I call it Death Of A Rookie. And then there's the Broken Pledge, which is about fraternity members. But it's pretty much the same. A grandfather, buries his grandson that day, and this overcome with grief, hatred, asking where God was when this occurred, losing his faith, and then turning it around with quotations that were in his son's diary from Martin Luther King. So I hope it's as powerful as I think. Susan Stone: Well, I have to tell you, I watched a lot of it. And I thought it was incredibly poignant. How is it that you keep able to turn out content on this one issue and see so many angles and sides of it? It's impressive. Hank Newer: Yeah, I think part of it is by talking to the parents and experts and people that are in the Greek world, they have the insights too. So I had interviewed Louis Lamore one time and he said, it's not that we're so clever, we're a sponge, we're a filter, and we take all of this in. So I think I have to give credit to other people for their perspective and how they see things, but I do have a good memory. Kristina Supler: What's next for you, Hank, on the horizon of this project? Hank Newer: Okay, so we'll be doing that database that I told you about with sexual hazing. I have a chapter coming out for the University of Toronto, Cress out in 2024 with my own experiences which will be on athletic hazing. I am putting together in the garage about all these files, putting together all the hazing incidents I can find and to do those as a database as well. It's a little more difficult when you're working as an editor than when you're teaching. The amount of free time is not quite as much. And now it's politics coming up elections. You know, Ohio and Alaska, I won't have as much time at all this weekend, I'll be in that office constantly. Kristina Supler: This is, we've talked a lot, a lot of heavy things and we always like to give our listeners something a little positive as well when, you know, contemplating our various topics. So can you share with us in your experience any success stories of schools, institutions, and specific organizations that have really tackled this issue of hazing and essentially turned a really negative situation into a positive to recreate culture surrounding this issue? Hank Newer: Yes, Alfred University did that. They had the death of Chuck Stenzel, which was the subject of my book Broken Pledges, came out in 1989. But they got rid of the Greek system also. And there were a lot of lawsuits with that.Dr. Norm Pollard and a colleague of his, we were the ones that did the first high school hazing surveys. They also did surveys of fraternity members. I got to help write the questions for that, but they did most of the work. That was a big, big turnaround. And the impetus was not only the death of Chuck Stenzel, they had a bad football hazing. And I don't think they lost the season, but they did suspend the team for a game or two. So yes, that was a turnaround. My personal story is I spoke at Penn State, and not two weeks later at Penn State, I got a phone call from the advisor at that particular time to say that the sorority, not hazing, had a woman take way too much alcohol, near point four BAC. Kristina Supler: Oh my gosh, wow. Hank Newer: The young women did not want to make the call. And one person who heard the, they all heard the talk, one person insisted, and they saved this young woman's life. Kristina Supler: And it only takes one person. It only takes one student to reach out for help that by standard intervention to stop something horrific. Hank Newer: And it only takes one idiot in the room, sometimes, who's, especially if that person is physically powerful to cause all these bad things as well. You hear that over and over again. So when there was a death of a lacrosse player at Western Illinois University, the punishment for the players, which was interesting, they were all fraternity members too, was to have a writer come in and go through the hazing with them, not the alcohol related part, which was 15 bottles put on stands, but to go into the river, to go marching through, to go to the house, so I'd be able to write about that. In a way, I felt like I was punished as well, because I did that at my own expense. And then it went into a book. But over and over, what's the point? The point is they kept pointing to the student coach who not only did this, but instigated so that they would get the team credit card and put gas into their own vehicles. And each one had the same story. I thought somebody else would step up. Over and over, I kept hearing that same thing. And guess what? The instigator would not talk to me. He never went to jail, either. The judge did not follow through. But yeah, there was one perpetrator who was the prime mover. Susan Stone: How can we get coaches to get on board? Kristina Supler: Great question. Hank Newer: Really difficult. So I talked at a Quaker school in Delaware, athletic director, a female, really against all kind of hazing, really working football coach. The veteran comes up to me later and said, yeah, this is all fine, but we're not going to take it too far. I thought, geez, you just heard this whole talk. You saw the pictures of the kids on the screen and you're going to tell me this. And so then also when I was at Regis in Denver, I was talking, the athletic director was very much against it, talking to the different coaches. And I asked the coach, after what would happen if you heard there was hazing on your team, would you punish them? And he said, starter or reserve? Kristina Supler: I was just going to say, I mean, obviously, in particularly collegiate athletics and big schools, coaches are often evaluated based on their winning record. And so it's decision for them to make when a hazing perpetrator is also a star athlete. We just hope that the coach makes the right choice in terms of promoting student safety versus thinking about wins and losses over truly in the long run, what's best for the team from a cultural perspective and student safety perspective. Susan Stone: I think that especially as kids just went back to school, everybody wants to feel a sense of belonging. People can be a very lonely place, both high school and college. And we have to train people that abuse is not the way to bond. Hank Newer: And here in Fairbanks, there was a case I never heard about until I came here where the football coach called it team bonding to have the players jump into the swimming pool and take off all their clothes to switch it to everything, put them back on while in the pool and there were three near deaths. And he forbid his assistants to jump into the water until it was almost too late. And yes, he lost his job, but I never heard about it because our paper in covering it called it what he called it, a team building or team bonding. Susan Stone: Right. Hank Newer: I've written about that since and called it hazing exactly what it is. Kristina Supler: It's been a pleasure speaking with you today, Hank. And I think that you're obviously a wealth of knowledge on this topic. So we really appreciate your knowledge and insights and encourage our listeners to check out your wealth of material on the topic as well, your books and your database. You are worth the weight. Susan Stone: You are worth the wait. Really. Thank you so much. Kristina Supler: Thanks for listening to Real Talk with Susan and Christina. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to our show so you never miss an episode. And leave us a review so other people can find the content we share here. You can follow us on Instagram, just search our handle @StoneSoupler. And for more resources, visit us online at studentdefense.kjk.com. Thank you so much for being a part of our Realtalk community. We'll see you next time. —----------------------------------------------------------------------- Pull Quotes (Try to find a minimum of 4): · “I think often hazing is sort of conceptually conceived of as just happening among young men in fraternities. And in fact, it spans across all student organizations, entities, athletic teams, military groups. And it's also not exclusively a male issue. I mean, Susan and I have plenty of case experiences involving female athletes in hazing. Can you talk a little bit more about what you're seeing in the breakdown?” (08:25) · “I can't imagine. I just can't imagine what that must have been like and how that experience has obviously stayed with you. Hank, I'm curious. I'd like to hear your thoughts on whether you think schools should abolish Greek life fraternity sororities? Or do you think that there's value in these organizations?” (10:00) · “I broke it out out into criminal hazing and non-criminal hazing. Certainly, with something that you're describing, I would have never gotten into this kind of thing. The hazing that I had as a fraternity member was being dropped off in the country. We knew about it ahead of time and had money to call friends.” (12:20) · “I think that especially as kids just went back to school, everybody wants to feel a sense of belonging. People can be a very lonely place, both high school and college. And we have to train people that abuse is not the way to bond.” (26:41)
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“It's really a chance to let fans get to know them off the track. I feel like a lot of people know you from the track but for them to really support you and follow you throughout the season, they need to know about you off the track.” My guest for today's episode is Tiara Williams. Some of you may be familiar with her since her post-race interviews have garnered quite a bit of traction in the past two years. She pushes all of her content on her Instagram page called Real Talk With Tee. Tee was a former heptathlete at Bethune-Cookman and then Texas Tech, which is where she first decided to pick up a camera and mic. Her rapid ascent in the track content creator space has been super cool to watch. She was part of The Magic Boost Program that I helped start, where our vision is for a track and field media landscape where those covering the sport more fully reflect and resemble the athletes competing in the stadium: youthful, diverse, and innovative. Tee embodies all of those values in the way she's able to make athletes feel comfortable, open up and still have some fun. You've seen her videos. Now get to know the woman behind them. Hosts: Chris Chavez | @chris_j_chavez on Instagram Guest: Tiara Williams | @_realtalkwithtee on Instagram SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
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Would someone be able to observe your life and say, “he stands for this…” What if more people put their efforts, time, talents, and resources into the purpose that God created them for, instead of putting a vast majority of their attention towards false idols. How have we gotten to a place where a college football player is receiving death threats because he accidentally hurt another player? Today we dive into idols and outlets. Come join The Kinetic Men in Empire, CO for the next Kinetic Men Retreat, September 27-29. Learn more here: https://thekineticman.com/events Come join David and Stu in the next group of The Kinetic Man Mastermind, which brings together a diverse group of men striving to become the best husbands, fathers, friends, and leaders possible. Applications are open for the next Tribe! Learn More here: https://thekineticman.com/mastermind Check out the Kinetic Men Events on Meetup! https://www.meetup.com/thekineticman/events/ Join our New Kinetic Man Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thekineticman Know someone who would make a great guest on our podcast? Let us know! email@example.com
Andrea is the mother of 6 children. Her 5th baby, her beautiful daughter, Terra, died at 38 weeks in July of 2021. Terra's two vessel cord has not been to blame but Andrea wonders why there isn't more research on this. We discuss Andrea's experiences with loss & grief. She has since had another daughter after Terra and is coming up for air getting the help she needs. We talk very openly about the aftermath of death, the panic attacks, the fears, the inability to function and getting medications to assist with coping after your world comes crashing down. Death keeps going after you leave the hospital without your baby and we shed light in this very dark space....We also laugh a lot in this episode. This is how we roll now! :) To shop Andrea's store, go to her IG @thegriefclosetHer personal page is @grievinglikeamother and she'd love to hear from you. *************************************I am not a doctor or a therapist. The views of my guests are not always reflective of my own. I am just a real life loss mom describing her experiences with life after loss. This is my real experiences, and I'm putting it out there so you feel less alone. Always do your own research and make informed decisions!For more REAL TALK about baby loss and grief, hit subscribe to be notified when another video drops! Instagram https: @thekatherinelazarYoutube: @thekatherinelazarEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.katherinelazar.com Some helpful resources:https://countthekicks.org/https://www.measuretheplacenta.org/https://www.pushpregnancy.org/https://www.tommys.org/ Local to Atlanta:https://www.northsidepnl.com/ Follow me on Social Media:Instagram and Facebook: @thekatherinelazar
Want to discover how creativity can become your secret weapon in life? Join me as I sit down with Dr. Cindy Burnett, champion of creativity and education, who breaks down the immense power of creativity and how it can revolutionize our approach to challenges. Dr. Burnett takes us on an enlightening journey, defining creativity's two forms - expression and improvement, and linking them to risk-taking and overcoming challenges. She makes a compelling case about creativity's role in problem-solving and how it can nurture a sense of hope in us all.As we navigate the intriguing world of creativity, Dr. Burnett brings to light the significant role of judgment and idea generation. She encourages us to step back from immediate judgment, to keep an open mind, and to fully understand and appreciate the novelty of new ideas. Hear about her journey of stepping beyond her comfort zone and the lessons she gleaned from the experience. Our discussion further underscores the importance of taking risks and how our knowledge and experiences feed into creating new connections. Dr. Burnett also highlights the crucial need to instill creativity and entrepreneurship skills in the younger generation, setting them up to make a positive impact on the world. Get ready for a deep dive into the world of creativity that promises to inspire and motivate.These are our friends. These are your friends. AND they are living the extraordinary.Support the showFor a transcript of this episode, click here.
Are alien species already on Earth hiding from humans? That theory is what our special guest, Daron Edwards, believes. Daron is our third host this episode. He's a traffic reporter in San Diego who's been in the radio biz for many years. He also tells us about his MASSIVE collection of LPs and CDs...more than you've ever heard of. And, yes, they are alphabetized. We had so much fun talking to Daron that he stayed with us through the whole show including our Host Chats: Laura FINALLY got rid of the egg chair she reupholstered herself. Who has it now?And, Erik almost set off the alarm bells at the TSA check at the airport. You won't believe what he tried to pass through the security check. Thank you for being such a fun guest, Daron Edwards. You can hear him AM and PM on KOGO am 600 and all the iHeart Radio stations doing traffic. He's one of the best. Hope you enjoyed the show. Thanks for your support! Love your podcast.www.lauracainafterdark.com
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This week on Real Talk with Rachael, I'm chatting with Mary Jo Pierce. Mary Jo served as pastor of prayer and Intercession at Gateway Church for 17 years and is passionate about helping you find your voice in and through prayer! An accomplished author and public speaker, Mary Jo combines her love of prayer, scriptures, and baking bread through her ACTS 2:42 seminars. Her books Let It Rise, Adventures in Prayer, and Follow Me, have unlocked the joy of living prayer for readers across the world. Key Points from Our Conversation: Prayer is so much more than what we do or say, it's who we are. It's the essence of abiding in God. Prayer is often put in a religious box, but each of us has a prayer life that's unique to us. Prayers aren't always words. Prayer connects people to God. Engaging God in your tasks, whether they're hobbies, errands, etc., transforms those acts into worship because they glorify Him. There's so much to pray about that we can get overwhelmed, but we are uniquely created to carry God's burdens in certain areas, i.e. our "prayer assignments". If you don't know what your assignment is, ask the Lord how you should pray, then listen to His response. We think of rest as a vacation, but rest (Sabbath) is God's gift to us. Ask the Lord what rest should look like for you. Sabbath is a spiritual discipline. Ask how you want your Sabbath to look from your other days. Rest is a weapon. Designate a space for meeting with the Lord. Let's Get Real Practical: What does practical, simplified prayer look like for you? How can you bring prayer into what you're already doing? Connect with Mary Jo: website | Instagram | Facebook Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook
We don't often travel back to the early days of Hollywood here on The Contrarians - and we probably should, if only because so many revered classics are ripe for reevaluation. DOUBLE INDEMNITY is almost too obvious of an assignment: a celebrated entry in a genre that's given us trouble from time to time. Can Barbara Stanwyck seduce Alex into agreeing with Rotten Tomatoes? Can Fred MacMurray talk his way out of Julio's noir prejudices? Listen to this Real Talk segment to find out!TIMELINE00:00:50 Now on Patreon00:09:42 Real Talk00:53:43 The Future & Perennial Plugs- Interested in more Contrarians goodness? Join THE CONTRARIANS SUPPLEMENTS on our Patreon Page! Deleted clips, extended plugs, bonus episodes free from the Tomatometer shackles… It's everything a Contrarians devotee would want!- Our YouTube page is live! Get some visual Contrarians delight with our Contrarians Warm-Ups and other fun videos!- Contrarians Merch is finally here! Check out our RED BUBBLE MERCH PAGE and buy yourself something nice that's emblazoned with one of our four different designs!- THE FESTIVE YEARS have been letting us use their music for years now and they are amazing. You can check out their work on Spotify, on Facebook or on their very own website.- Our buddy Cory Ahre is being kind enough to lend a hand with the editing of some of our videos. If you like his style, wait until you see what he does over on his YouTube Channel.- THE LATE NIGHT GRIN isn't just a show about wrestling: it's a brand, a lifestyle. And they're very supportive of our Contrarian endeavors, so we'd like to return the favor. Check out their YouTube Channel! You might even spot Alex there from time to time.- Hans Rothgiesser, the man behind our logo, can be reached at @mildemonios on Twitter or you can email him at email@example.com in case you ever need a logo (or comics) produced. And you can listen to him talk about Peruvian politics on his own podcast, NACION COMBI and Peruvian economics on his other podcast, MARGINAL! Aaaaand you can also check out all the stuff he's written on his own website. He has a new book: a fake Peruvian History Textbook called HIZTORIA DEL PERÚ. Ask him about it!Up next, the Patreon Takeover continues as Patron Brandon Curtis brings the Indian action thriller VIKRAM to the main feed! Until then, let us know what you thought of Double Indemnity: Did you know find the dialogue impenetrable? Were you rooting for Neff? What would you do for that anklet? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet at us or facebook us and share your thoughts!
You need to stay true to YOURSELF and not settle until you have what you desire. The goal is to be on the same page as someone else worthy of your time and attention... not lingering and waiting in someone else's world where they call all the shots. Go where you are valued, appreciated, adored... and where feelings are RECIPROCATED. You have to believe that you truly deserve that. Listen to this episode now... and check out my book "Don't Be DESPERATE: Get Over Your Breakup with CLARITY & DIGNITY" on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3R2EHiz Get More Help...get over your ex or general dating & relationship advice: (1) ORDER EMAIL or PHONE coaching at breakupBOOST.com (2) Call Trina direct on The Breakup Hotline ANYTIME! (see website for details: https://www.breakupboost.com/live-coaching-trina-breakup-boost) (3) GET A PERSONALIZED VIDEO from Trina for you or a friend on CAMEO: cameo.com/breakupboost (4) CHAT ONLINE with Trina from your phone or computer: premium.chat/breakupBOOST (5) SUBSCRIBE to Trina's YouTube - search "breakup BOOST"
In today's Real Talk, Andy talks about the lack of belief he received early in his entrepreneurial journey, the power this lack of belief can have to fuel you closer to your goals and dreams, and what you can expect to gain if you execute with this chip on your shoulder.