Dee Tozer is a psychologist turned couples coach with over 33 years of experience. Dee shares her wisdom on the "disapproval effect" in relationships, highlighting key pivot points where breakdowns occur due to people's unawareness and lack of knowledge. Tune in to gain insights on navigating disapproval and creating a deeper love in your own life. Golden Nuggets From This Episode: ✨ “A relationship can't thrive with disapproval.” ✨ ”The secret of a good relationship is asking the right questions.” ✨ ”In the moment of crisis, do the best to soothe and settle it.” ✨ ”Men are on the receiving end of the majority of criticism in couples.” ✨ ”You will never, ever go wrong by allowing the other person to be right, unless it's life or death.” ✨ ”Be patient and tolerant, this day and age doesn't give us a lot of.” ✨ ”It's a really good lead in to start with shame because shame, we feel shame because we are rejected.” ✨ "I think we all can take responsibility in some way, even if we weren't the one doing the act." ✨ "It's a long lifetime ahead of shaping, reshaping men, boys to men to be able to say what they want to say." ✨ "Remember that every single person just wants to be loved." Connect More with Dee: IG: @couples_master_coach LinkedIn: www.LinkedIn.com/in/dee-tozer-couples-master-coach Facebook: www.Facebook.com/couplestransformationcoach YouTube: https://youtube.com/@DeeTozer-Couples-Master- More Lexy from Heart Snuggles: Join the Retreat: https://www.alivetoenjoy.com/retreat Email: email@example.com Dating + Relationship Coaching -- https://www.alivetoenjoy.com/work-with-me Instagram: Alivetoenjoy & Heart Snuggles Donations to help spread the heart snuggles: https://www.alivetoenjoy.com/heartsnuggles Timestamps from episode: 01:59 The effect of disapproval 05:32 Disapproval and rejection 09:25 Wedding night gone wrong 12:25 Nipping disapproval in the bud 15:32 Communication and conflict resolution 19:38 Framing up effective communication 23:41 Giving up on relationships 26:49 Conscious coupling and relationship dynamics 30:57 Rebuilding trust after betrayal 35:06 Couples repairing after infidelity 35:15 Retreat Ad 38:07 A crazy story during lockdowns 42:57 Changing perception in relationships 45:18 Shifting perspectives in communication 49:02 Toothbrush storage solutions 52:40 Seaweed for a ring --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heartsnuggles/message
(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand open up Tuesday's program by questioning if the Patriots have hit rock bottom. (12:28) Debating if the Patriots can get another two wins this season. (26:18) Discussing how the Patriots need to rebuild their roster from the ground up. (36:02) Closing out the hour by discussing how the Patriots have no true option at QB.
In October of 1871, Chicagoans knew they were due for the “big one”—a massive, uncontrollable fire that would decimate the city. There hadn't been a meaningful rain since July, and several big blazes had nearly outstripped the fire department's scant resources. On October 8, when Kate Leary's barn caught fire, so began a catastrophe that would forever change the soul of the city.Leary was a diligent, hardworking Irish woman, no more responsible for the fire than anyone else in the city at that time. But the conflagration that spread from her property quickly overtook the neighborhood, and before too long the floating embers had spread to the far reaches of the city. Families took to the streets with everything they could carry. Grain towers threatened to blow. The Chicago River boiled. Over the course of the next forty-eight hours, Chicago saw the biggest and most destructive disaster the United States had ever endured, and Leary would be its scapegoat.Out of the ashes rose not just new skyscrapers, tenements, and homes, but also a new political order. The city's elite saw an opportunity to rebuild on their terms, cracking down on crime and licentiousness and fortifying a business-friendly environment. But the city's working class recognized a naked power grab that would challenge their traditions, hurt their chances of rebuilding, and move power out of elected officials' hands and into private interests. As quickly as the firefight ended, another battle for the future of the city began between the town's business elites and the poor and immigrant working class.Today's guest is Scott Berg, author of “The Burning of the World: The Great Chicago Fire and the War for a City's Soul.” Beginning with the fire's origin on the property of Irish immigrant Kate Leary, we explore how a simple barn fire brought Chicago to its knees and ushered in a new political order in which immigrants wrested control of the city from the business class and birthed the machine politics for which the city is known today.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3101278/advertisement
In this episode of the Marathon Running Podcast, Coach Chris Knighton discusses key aspects of marathon recovery, including optimal rest duration and post-marathon nutrition. He touches on rebuilding mileage with a gradual approach, incorporating strength training and adjusting workout intensity. The conversation extends to the transition period between marathons, emphasizing mental and emotional recovery. For more insights, check out Coach Knighton's blog article at https://knightonruns.com/the-right-way-to-increase-your-mileage/. OUR LINKS Support our podcast and check out our RunSwag Tshirts · Our website: www.marathonrunningpodcast.com · Our Instagram: @runningpodcast · Our Amazon Storefront: Amazon Storefront · Join our Facebook group: SpeedStriders Facebook Group
As we move on in this Study, we will see how Lucifer's networking is forming one final demonic organism that has many strategic components. It will encompass the religious, governmental, and economic arms of the Antichrist's global empire. And even though some of the elements may seems initially to be opposed to one another and unique unto themselves, they are all converging by way of the common thread that ties them together – which is Lucifer and his lying persuasions that include man's survival – care for the planet – and the necessity for man to avert the destruction of the earth and all of mankind who inhabits it.The final result will be a conglomeration of every false and pagan way in concert with “New Age” mysticism, under the mantle of counterfeit Christianity within a Revived Roman Empire that will contain at its core both the religious and governmental arms of the Antichrist's Global Empire.The information we will be covering in this series should be a timely endeavor because as the war in Israel continues to accelerate with prophetic implications of the highest order, the last things are unfolding dramatically before us – leading to the Antichrist making a false peace treaty with Israel and the Harlot Religion serving him in his global control – that is until at the midpoint of the Tribulation when he will have her destroyed to become a religion of his own. The “One World Religion” is Lucifer's futile attempt to become his own god through his Antichrist and to destroy God's Covenant with Israel – which he will NEVER do! Even though that is what he has been after since the beginning, in his efforts to destroy the true Messiah of God and those who worship Him.So, let us learn, let us watch, and – Let Us Be Ready!Support the showVisit our website: https://agapelightministries.com/
Flyers Daily with Jason Myrtetus: Preview of the Annual Black Friday Game between the Flyers and Rangers. Plus a look at the Rangers "rebuild" and how they did it so quickly. Plus we take on a Flyers Fan DM about the differences between "Rebuilding and Tanking.
Today I speak with IFBB Pro Marnie Al-Saraf, from the UK who recently won her pro card at the Ben Weider in April this year, and then placed 4th in her pro debut at the 1 Bro Pro show the same day! Marnie did her first show back in 2015 so has grown up in the sport. She is a full time posing coach and runs her own business, Rockit Posing. She also has a bachelors degree in Biomedical Science which she got from the University of Liverpool. Marnie shares how her life path switched form pursuing a career in medicine to shifting to the sport of bodybuilding. This was such an in-depth conversation that I know all competitors will appreciate. You do not want to miss this episode! TOPICS COVERED -turning pro and plans for the future -mindset to unlocking YOUR potential -being on stage when you aren't ready -competing in the UK -knowing it's time to switch coaches -respecting the process -lessons from bodybuilding for life -acting like a Pro before turning Pro -transitioning from post-show to offseason -owning a coaching business -bodybuilding as a performance CONNECT WITH CELESTE: Website: http://www.celestial.fit Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/celestial_fit/ All Links: http://www.celestial.fit/links.html CONNECT WITH MARNIE: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marniefit/ Rockit posing: https://www.instagram.com/rockitposing/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/marniefit TIME STAMPS 1:00 introduction 6:00 becoming dedicated to bodybuilding 12:55 pressure to compete non-stop 16:20 considering stoping to compete 22:00 regaining her confidence 30:53 struggles with weight gain 39:25 knowing when you have enough muscle 46:21 lessons from competing in Pro shows 53:30 thoughts on turning Pro 59:04 opportunities from bodybuilding 65:05 lasting memories and take aways 69:09 being bullied as a child 73:00 having thick skin in bodybuilding 78:45 supporting yourself post-show 86:05 communicating with your coach 90:39 working as a posing coach 95:50 creating the “It Factor” on stage 100:34 being fulfilled by the journey 120:00 advice fro competitors CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE FOOD RELATIONSHIP COACHING SERIES CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE POST SHOW BLUES COACHING SERIES LEARN MORE AND APPLY FOR MY 5 WEEK FOOD RELATIONSHIP HEALING & DISCOVERY COACHING PROGRAM FOR OTHER FREE RESOURCES, LIVE EVENTS, AND WAYS TO WORK WITH CELESTE CLICK HERE
Ever feel like modern society has lost touch with its roots? Sit down with us, as we pull back the veil of time to explore the pivotal role of ancient truths in shaping and rebuilding Christendom. We push past overused narratives and dive into misunderstood aspects of our history, taking a closer look at pivotal themes such as Christian Nationalism, the alleged barbarism during the Crusades, and the often overlooked benefits of colonialism. We believe that the preservation of history is a duty we all share, and it's through understanding our past that we can chart a better course for the future.As we navigate through our rich church history, you'll realize why we stress on the importance of actively living out faith to truly build Christendom. We'll explore how the complexities of Christian Nationalism can be remedied by fulfilling one's duties, such as being a good parent, spouse, and responsible citizen. Join us as we challenge false historical narratives and take a stand against the whitewashing of history. We debunk the myth of the early church being flawless, and shed light on the resilience of the West against the spread of Islam - elements that have shaped our current beliefs and practices. As we round up, we introduce you to the heart-stirring music of the Knights Templars and discuss how it's reverberations have echoed through the centuries. We also delve into the fascinating courage of the reformers during the Magisterial Reformation, and the significance of having enemies when standing firm in our beliefs. So, grab that cup of coffee and prepare to have your perspective broadened, your beliefs challenged, and your knowledge deepened. Tune in, and let's embark on this journey of rediscovery and reformation together.Visit PremierBodyArmor.com and use promo code KINGSHALL for 10% off your order. Got questions? Reach out to customer service or send their President an email directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and speak to him yourself. The Family Captain Visit their website here: The Family Captain - Coaching for the Christ-following Husband.Contact Defined Benefit Partners at email@example.com or call 830-339-9472. Set up a meeting now at: https://calendly.com/familybankingnow/defined-benefit-pension-planning Defined Benefit Pension Planning: Business Owners Only - Chuck DeLadurantey - Private Family Banking. In our first meeting we will explore the way forward for you to leverage the tax benefits and the exit planning and succession planning advantages of our Defined Benefit Pension plans.Contact Private Family Banking Partner at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a free private consultation and get started building wealth now and unto future generations. "For a free copy of a new book "Protect Your Money Now! How to Build Multi-Generational Wealth Outside of Wall Street and Avoid the Coming Banking Meltdown" by Private Family Banking Partner, Chuck DeLadurantey, go to www.protectyourmoneynow.net Squirrelly Joe's Coffee. Visit their website here to purchase your first bag!Share Coffee. Serve Humbly. Live faithfully.10 Ways to Make Money with Your MAXX-D Trailer.
Despite its many challenges, two prominent KwaZulu-Natal businessmen are optimistic about the region's growth prospects. In this podcast, Toyota's Nigel Ward and Shave and Gibson's Simon Downes speak to Investec's Neo Ralefeta about positive developments in one of South Africa's most important economic hubs. Read more · Investec Focus Radio SA
I was recently listening to a podcast that inspired this episode. I was listening to Diary of a CEO with the Air BnB founder, Brian Chesky talking about the fact that have to keep refounding our business, and it kind of hit me. As founders and business owners and one way to think about it is, are we refounding and rebuilding our business all the time to keep up with what's happening in the market? We have to make time for innovating, getting inspired, and staying on top of things so that we can keep growing our business. So in this episode, we're talking about: business not being a consistent upward trajectory how to keep your business moving forward by getting creative always thinking about what your business would look like if you started again based on what you know now Podcast episodes mentioned in this episode. Lisa Messenger on the Brand Builders Lab Podcast - Risk & Resilience Diary of a CEO & AirBnB NEXT STEPS: APPLY FOR THE AMPLIFY MASTERMIND - Click here to apply (scale) BOLD BUSINESS ACADEMY - Click here to Join now (foundational) **** FREE: Simple Business Buckets training - Understand what to focus on in your business https://suzchadwick.com/simple-biz-buckets-sign-up Masterclass - 5 powerful strategies to grow your business, brand & revenue https://suzchadwick.com/bba-masterclass-registration **** LINKS: Website: www.suzchadwick.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/suzchadwick TikTok: www.tiktok.com/suzchadwick
Welcome back to another episode of the DIPP. To start off, the fellas discuss the last time they picked up their kids. Time is fleeing and something so simple as picking up your kids, which can be an annoyance as a parent and a grandparents warning of "spoiling" your kids, will soon turn into memory you wish you could remember, and a act of affection you will no longer be able to do. Next, they discuss changes within the music industry surrounding album rollouts, streaming, music videos, the dinosaur ages of TRL and BET and how they contrast. Who's the greatest athlete father of all time?! Lavar Ball or Deion Sanders? The DIPP gives there take on who they give the crown to and why. Lastly, the dad's discuss rebuilding your identity and how parenthood can consume us and our identities. How can you gain back yourself when its time to ease from the fatherhood role when its appropriate? --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dadsinprogress/message
Brian McCormick has coached at an array of levels in leagues around the world and has written books about basketball fundamentals, skills development, how to become a great shooter, running practices, and building an effective offensive system. I invited him on to discuss the unique challenges faced by Wes Unseld Jr. and his staff as they attempt to lead a team at step one of a total rebuild. We delved into the problems Jordan Poole is having as he tries to make the Washington Wizards "his" team, how Unseld and the assistant coaches can help him, and the delicate line they have to tread between correcting mistakes and expanding possibilities. We also talked about how coaches approach a rebuilding situation like the Wizards where the players know they're going to lose and that most of them won't be around in a few years when the team is ready to compete. Last, we touched on some ways outsiders can assess how good a job a coach is doing. This conversation expanded how I think about coaching and player development. Coaches have to balance an array of competing forces as they try to help their players improve and guide their team to wins. McCormick helped unpack what some of those competing forces are and what coaches to do to manage them. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sowizards/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sowizards/support
This scripture serves as a profound teaching on the theme of rebuilding broken walls and experiencing total Restoration in God's appointed times. Nehemiah 2:17
Welcome back to our third episode of a five-part miniseries exploring how a focus on local food builds relationships with people and the environment. If you haven't followed this miniseries, you may want to go back and listen from episode 26, Localizing the Regional Food System. In our last episode we explored the community food web, a local alternative to the globalized food system that centers our relationships with our communities and with the land. In this episode, we look at some relationships that people have with their foodways and some of the impacts that are felt when these relationships are damaged. Then we'll hear how some folks are restoring their communities' relationships with the land and with each other. At the end, we'll hear what Vermont Farmers Food Center is doing to help build back those community relationships in Rutland. Steve Gorelick, Managing and Programs Director for Local Futures, believes that the globalized accumulation economy has isolated us from true community. Steve says that before globalization, our agriculturally based communities were inherently more interconnected, and that this isolation has many serious effects. Farmer and Vermont Farmers Food Center founder, Greg Cox, believes that global agribusiness' goal is yield, and that individual and community health has suffered in the wake of this approach. Shane Rogers of Food Solutions New England, believes that social inequities have been exacerbated by an unaccountable global food system, and that communities are their own best experts for rebalancing the power dynamic that a globalized system creates. Many communities that have been marginalized by the global yield-based economy are rebuilding their relationships with their foodways and creating more just systems while doing so. We have explored many of these stories on Root Words over the past few years. In episode 4, Sugaring in Vermont, Vermont Abenaki chef Jessee Lawyer describes his experience practicing traditional indigenous maple sugaring. In episodes 10, 11, 15, and 16, We explore the Vermont Abenaki's quest for food sovereignty and preservation of their cultural food traditions, and hear from some allies in these efforts. In episode 18 Taking Space, Vermont RELEAF Collective, I spoke with Olivia Pena, founder of Vermont RELEAF Collective, a network by Black Indigenous, & People of Color advancing Racial Equity in Land, Environment, Agriculture, & Foodways. This Vermont BIPOC network amplifies and lifts marginalized voices, while building community and sharing opportunities around foodways and land stewardship. If you haven't listened to our older episodes, they show some real depth to our communities' cultural and social practices around food, and they are worth a listen. Instead of replaying a segment from one of these earlier episodes, I'd like to play a piece from an unaired interview I did with Rich Holshuh in October of 2021. Rich is a citizen of the Elnu Abenaki Tribe, and working on the Atowi project that hopes to create balance with communities and with place. Forced removal separated indigenous people from their land and foodways abruptly. This and the cultural genocide that followed makes it very difficult for indigenous people to maintain their relationship with place and with their food system. Rich's Atowi project is doing some really amazing work in partnership with the Brattleboro Retreat Farm and SuSu ComUNITY farm to address this reality. Stay tuned for more on this work in future episodes of Root Words. Many BIPOC organizations and networks are leading the way to reestablish relationships between communities and with place. To learn about the work of Atowi and of SuSu CommUNITY Farm, check out atowi.org, and susucommunityfarm.org. Here in Rutland, farmer and VFFC board president, Greg Cox feels that most people no longer know where our food comes from and we've been detached from our connection to place and to seasonal change because of it, resulting in poor mental and physical health for us as individuals and for our communities as a whole. Greg feels that communities can be saved by rebuilding economic viability, beginning with a local food economy. This belief led Greg and others to create the Vermont Farmers Food Center in 2012. By focusing on seasonal community gathering around food, VFFC creates the space for authentic community connections and empathetic relationships between people and sets the stage for healing and restoration while reconnecting people to their home's natural cycles and rhythms. By using local food as common ground, VFFC facilitates a place-based culture that engages the community. Heidi Lynch is the executive director for Vermont Farmers Food Center. Under Heidi's guidance, VFFC leads a grassroots effort to become more connected to community and place by gathering around local food. A built awareness around our connections to nature and community through a local food web creates space for dialog, understanding, and healing. We are all connected to place by our food and to each other through our community food web. When you become a supporter of VFFC, you establish a local relationship with farmers, food producers, and community members. You establish a relationship with place. For more information on becoming a member of the community at VFFC, visit VFFC's website at vermontfarmersfoodcenter.org. Food is the heart of one of our most intimate relationships with nature. We have the opportunity to connect with the land, the farmers, and our community when we restore relationships through the foods we choose to eat. Through a shared sense of place we can build trust and start healing our relationships with each other. Rebuilding trust and our relationships with each other and with the land we occupy creates a strong foundation for food web resilience, but in order to bring the food system home you need a physical place, and it needs to be big and accessible. On the next Root Words we'll hear how a grassroots community effort worked to rescue an aging piece of the community's industrial past. This episode was produced by Stephen Abatiell and Julia Anderson. Special thanks to Steve Gorelick, Shane Rogers, Rich Holshuh, Greg Cox, and Heidi Lynch. To learn more, check out the Atowi project at atowi.org, and SuSu CommUNITY Farm at susucommunityfarm.org. For more information on the community at VFFC, visit vermontfarmersfoodcenter.org. This Root Words series has been underwritten by Windswept Farm and Rutland Fluoride Action. Barry Cohen of Windswept Farm strongly supports VFFC and is very encouraged with the Food Hub plan. Barry says, “My farm as well as my partner, The Squier Family Farm, expect to use the food hub facilities with it benefiting our process and profit.” The folks at Rutland Fluoride Action are dedicated to ending fluoridation of the Rutland City water supply, learn more at RutlandFluorideAction.org. Root Words is produced in the heart of Rutland County Vermont and is made possible by generous support from listeners like you. You can support Root Words by visiting us Online
Rae Eden Frank from the Ramsey County Public Health department describes what their Environmental Service Center will provide for residents. Curator Jill Ahlberg Yohe tells us what we'll see in the ongoing M.I.A. exhibit "In Our Hands".
Welcome back to the Dynasty Rewind Dynasty Fantasy Football Podcast! On this episode, join Michael Bower and Nate Christian as they discuss rebuilding moves to make, be it either a strategy or players to buy/sell! Does rebuilding equate to tanking and younger players ONLY? Should you make a move for Baltimore Ravens Running Back Keaton Mitchell? Find out all that, and more, now! Stay tuned every week as we are your go to source for all things 2024 Rookie draft, dynasty strategy and dynasty trade related! Note that some of the links below are affiliate links that if used we will receive a small commission. There is no additional cost to you, it is just another way to support this channel. We thank you for your support! Want to buy our 2023 Rookie draft guide? Hit this link: https://payhip.com/dynastyrewind You can also purchase a ONE TIME team audit (EXPRESS only, currently) and a rookie draft consultation! Check out https://www.patreon.com/dynastyrewind for: -Dynasty Rankings, -Rookie Rankings, -Bonus Podcasts, and -Exclusive Written Content! -Not to mention access to our growing community! -(NEW) Access to our very own Fantasy Football Database Teaser Video WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/gzJcWg07QYY Want to support the brand and look good doing it? Head on over to our merchandise store and browse T Shirts, Sweatshirts, Hats and much more! https://dynasty-rewind.myspreadshop.com/ Support the channel, become a YouTube Channel Member here and gain access to exclusive perks!: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoIzz8hVm9O-yAdEhC--ZFg/join Want another great way to support the brand, and it's absolutely FREE? Leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dynasty-rewind/id1465847336 Want all the access to the Patreon pods WITHOUT going through Patreon? Head on over to Spotify now and become a paid subscriber to gain access to all bonus podcasts! Don't worry, our main pods will always remain free! Need a trim, shave or wash? Manscaped has you covered! Use the code DYNASTYREWIND and get 20% off your first order! You can choose from everything that trims…ANYTHING! Be it down below or up high, Manscaped can trim your beard or bush, and cover it all up with comfy boxers and a T-shirt. Spruce yourself up with some body wash, beard balm, beard oil, and any bundles you want! Do you love drafting as much as we do? If so, join us on the best Best Ball Platform out there! Underdog Fantasy is the new Best Ball Platform that's sweeping the nation! All the cool kids are doing it! Join now and get 100% Deposit match up to $100 added to your first deposit when you use promo code “REWIND” https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-dynasty-rewind Looking to support the Dynasty Rewind Team and enjoy your favorite live events at a great price? It's time to check out our friends at SeatGeek. SeatGeek is the leading mobile-focused ticket platform that enables fans to buy and sell tickets for live events such as sports and concerts. They search all the big-ticket sites for you, analyzing thousands of ticket listings and present the results using SeatGeek's “Deal Score” system and rate the best deals all in one place. They utilize 3D maps to make finding the perfect seat easy for you. Creating an account takes seconds. When you use promo code “DynastyRewind” you'll get $20 off your first ticket purchase. Sign up today, and enjoy a game tomorrow at https://seatgeek.com/ Subscribe to our Podcast wherever YOU Enjoy Podcasts! https://linktr.ee/DynastyRewind You can follow the podcast on Twitter @DynastyRewind Follow the boys from the pod @RewindCEO @NateNFL You can find Bob Van @BobVan_ Find our Producer Sean @Sean_4nier Find our other friends and contributors: @ChevBoiRD @FFPorkman @thebleaguesays @fflumberjack @DynastyHumbleSR @swish_sanders @deepdiveff
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Join Rusty and Heather in this powerful episode as they discuss the initial steps of rebuilding a relationship when trust has been shattered. In this episode, Rusty and Heather introduce the 4 S's - Stop, Sever, Secrets, and Sand - a practical guide for couples navigating the difficult journey of rebuilding trust. Discover the importance of putting a stop to harmful behaviors, severing ties with destructive patterns, fostering transparency with a commitment to no more secrets, and drawing a firm line in the sand to signify a fresh beginning. Through a candid conversation using their personal story of infidelity as a backdrop, Rusty and Heather provide a roadmap for couples seeking to not only repair the damage but also emerge stronger and more resilient. Whether you're struggling with trust issues in your own relationship or simply looking for valuable insights into fortifying the foundation of your marriage, this episode offers a compassionate and empowering perspective. Tune in to gain valuable tools and strategies that go beyond mere survival, guiding you and your spouse towards a new starting line filled with hope, understanding, and the potential for a renewed and thriving connection. Join Rusty and Heather in this transformative exploration of love, forgiveness, and the incredible strength found in rebuilding trust. NEW Website: https://www.theredeemedmarriage.com/
In this interview, we dive deep into Patty Cabot's courageous story of overcoming childhood sexual abuse and the profound impact it had on her body image and weight. Patty shares her struggles with relationships, family, self-love and trust, and how she embarked on a decade long transformative journey towards healing. From EMDR therapy to chiropractic care to reluctantly trying sex therapy and group therapy, Patty unveils the various methods she explored to eventually find peace, comfort, relief and ultimately, the confidence to rebuild her life and trust in love.Link to Patty's book: Not That Girl AnymoreCommunity Center ShanghaiSupport the showIf you would like to offer any feedback on our show or get in touch with us, you can contact us on the following platforms: Website: www.multispective.org Email: email@example.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/multispectiveorg Facebook: www.facebook.com/multispectiveorg Youtube: www.youtube.com/@multispectivepodcast Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/multispective Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/multispectiveProducer & Host: Jennica SadhwaniEditor and Engineer: Chris Trzcinski Editor, Marketing & Admin: Stephan Menzel
11/19/2023 - Paul Bang Zechariah 9:1-8 9 The oracle of the word of the Lord is against the land of Hadrach and Damascus is its resting place. For the Lord has an eye on mankind and on all the tribes of Israel,[a] 2 and on Hamath also, which borders on it, Tyre and Sidon, though they are very wise. 3 Tyre has built herself a rampart and heaped up silver like dust, and fine gold like the mud of the streets. 4 But behold, the Lord will strip her of her possessions and strike down her power on the sea, and she shall be devoured by fire. 5 Ashkelon shall see it, and be afraid; Gaza too, and shall writhe in anguish; Ekron also, because its hopes are confounded. The king shall perish from Gaza; Ashkelon shall be uninhabited; 6 a mixed people[b] shall dwell in Ashdod, and I will cut off the pride of Philistia. 7 I will take away its blood from its mouth, and its abominations from between its teeth; it too shall be a remnant for our God; it shall be like a clan in Judah, and Ekron shall be like the Jebusites. 8 Then I will encamp at my house as a guard, so that none shall march to and fro; no oppressor shall again march over them, for now I see with my own eyes. Ephesians 4:7-8 7 But grace was given to each one of us according to the measure of Christ's gift. 8 Therefore it says, “When he ascended on high he led a host of captives, and he gave gifts to men.”
The crisis at the southern border, the growing threat of terrorism, and overseas conflicts that could entangle the U.S. are among the growing threats to national security, U.S. House lawmakers were told at a Wednesday hearing. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, FBI Director Christopher Wray and National Counterterrorism Director Christine Abizaid testified at the hearing about the danger of worldwide threats spilling into the U.S. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/america-in-focus/support
Got a solo pod for y'all this week! It's about confronting the voice of the enemy, the inner critic. Rebuilding the subconscious, how do we move into a new and better relationship with confidence, purpose, money, and more? I cover all that in this episode. Enjoy!Going through a big life transition? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about my new life mentorship program. It includes customizable life plans, 1-on-1 and group calls with me, and so much more.Stoked to offer discount with RA Optics! Head over to http://www.raoptics.com/ebenflow and use code EBENFLOW to get an awesome discount on the best blue light blocking glasses in the game. Changing our light environment is a crucial element of wellbeing, and it starts with protecting our eyes from harmful screens and LED lights.For my favorite coffee product on the market, full of clean ingredients and nootropics, check out https://strongcoffeecompany.com/! Use code: EBFLOWFor the best regenerative and biodynamic hemp products on the planet head over to ondawellness.com and use code: EBENB to get a great discount on your next order. I guarantee this “beyond-full-spectrum” CBD is the highest quality CBD you'll ever have. Purchase my book: The Eben Flow: Basic Tools to Transform Your LifeThank you to our good friends at Quicksilver Scientific! These are some of my favorite products. They make ancient adaptogens optimally bio-available using nano-technology. “The One” and “Performance Cardio” are two of my favorites. Head to my landing page and use code: EBENFLOW on your next order! https://www.quicksilverscientific.com/ebenflow/ My dear friend Scott Linde created one of today's truly great companies known as Sun Potion. Their products source the highest quality ancient adaptogenic herbs, roots and tonics from around the world. Head over to sunpotion.com use code: EBEN20 for a discount on your next order! I rarely treat myself to sweets or sodas. However, when I do, I choose Olipop, an outstanding prebiotic beverage that's good for your gut and tastes fantastic! Head over to https://drinkolipop.com/ use code: EBENFLOW15 for a discount on your next order! Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Beth Butzlaff, senior vice president of global partner relations at Ensemble, talks with James Shillinglaw of Insider Travel Report about why she decided to join this travel agency consortium, which was acquired less than three years ago by Navigatr and is being completely revamped with new technology, new marketing, new training and more. Butzlaff says she was intrigued by the prospect of rebuilding a preferred partner program with cruise lines, hotels and resorts, tour operators, destination management companies and more so that Ensemble agencies can grow their travel sales and have more travel options for their clients. For more information, visit http://ensembletravel.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Permaculture is a unique agriculture approach that mimics natural patterns to meet human needs while keeping the environment on a healthy regenerative cycle. Corinna Bellizzi sits down with author and activist Starhawk who shares how this particular farming technique can save the world from further degeneration and help rebuild the soil. She also shares how the concept of permaculture translates to the work of activism, helping in the fight against a patriarchal society and taking politics out of conversations about the common good. About StarhawkStarhawk is an author, activist, permaculture designer and teacher, and a prominent voice in modern earth-based spirituality and ecofeminism. She is the author or co-author of thirteen books, including The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess and the ecotopian novel The Fifth Sacred Thing, and its sequel City of Refuge. Starhawk founded Earth Activist Training, teaching permaculture design grounded in spirituality and with a focus on activism. She travels internationally, lecturing and teaching on earth-based spirituality, the tools of ritual, and the skills of activism. Guest LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/star-starhawk-1325b37Guest Website: https://starhawk.orgPrograms Launching Soon! November 17, 2023: https://earthactivisttraining.org Show Notes:00:00 – Introduction02:40 – Discovering modern earth-based spirituality and ecofeminism09:07 – Difference between permaculture and regenerative organic agriculture11:34 – Rebuilding the soil22:17 – Addressing the skepticism26:31 – Earth Mother/Pagan Goddess29:31 – The Fifth Sacred Thing41:58 – Reaching a collaborative approach44:37 – Starhawk's courses48:58 – Fundraising for refugees53:20 – Closing Words Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://caremorebebetter.com Follow us on social and join the conversation! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/caremorebebetter Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CareMore.BeBetterFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/CareMoreBeBetter LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/care-more-be-better Twitter: https://twitter.com/caremorebebetter Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/club/care-more-be-better Support Care More. Be Better: A Social Impact + Sustainability PodcastCare More Be Better answers only to our collective conscience and aims to put more good into the world. As a listener, reader, and subscriber you are part of this pod and this community and we are honored to have your support. If you can, please help finance the show: https://caremorebebetter.com/donate.
In this episode, Amy highlights what is hindering you from healing. She emphasizes the tangible steps that MUST happen in order to move from having experienced trauma and emotional pain to processing, releasing and changing your adapted survival and coping strategies. THIS EPISODE DISCUSSES: Emotional healing Trauma healing Tangible action steps needed to heal. How to know if you are hindering your own healing. A self-qualifying list to help you determine if this episode is for you! Identifying too much with your pain. Making excuses for your trauma. Playing the victim. Taking accountability vs. victim blaming Rebuilding self-trust If you're ready to rebuild your foundation after experiencing trauma, abuse, childhood trauma or any type of emotional pain. And ready to heal your people pleasing, fears of abandonment, trust issues + more! Join Amy as she walks you hand-in-hand through all (3) steps of healing (mentioned in episode) and provides you the proven strategy to rebuild your self-trust in her course: Rebuilding Self-Trust . Enrollment ends on 11/22/23 for the year so do not miss your opportunity to take this essential step!
AKA - How to make wine from everything besides grapes! It seems to me that what we have called wine and revered as wine and created certifications and diplomas about, is not actually wine. It's one perspective on one kind of wine from one region of the planet. And I think the first step, the lowest hanging fruit if you will, to having an authentic local wine culture is simply using local ingredients. Put another way, culture grows out of the earth. If it is imported and forced onto the land, it is neither sustainable nor is it culture. Do we even know what American wine, or Australian wine, or Chilean wine actually tastes like? Or do we only know what French wine tastes like when you make it in various places around the planet? My guests for this episode are the gentlemen of Hermit Woods Winery in New Hampshire: Ken Hardcastle, Chuck Lawrence, and Bob Manley. They have an incredible story of asking these questions and beginning a journey of discovering and creating their local wine culture. These guys are exploring unexplored territory in wine, and they have a lot of knowledge to share about what they are finding. The wines of Hermit Woods Winery are well-aged, dry, textured, complex, with great mouthfeel and nuanced aromas, but they aren't made from grapes. They're made from blends of things like quince, day lily, kiwiberry, black raspberry, honey, and rhubarb, and many other fruits and plants, herbs, flowers, and spices that thrive in New Hampshire. They make about 35 different wines, at least, every year, and they have been at this for over 15 years. They started by asking “Does it have to be a grape?” and I think they've answered that question with an emphatic “Absolutely not.” We cover their philosophy and their unique approach to winemaking, and this conversation has an inordinate amount of practical and helpful ideas for anyone who might want to consider joining this local wine movement. These guys are an incredible resource, whether for technical advice on navigating the particular challenges of fermenting things like tomatoes and how long you need to wait before Japanese knotweed wine stops smelling like baby wipes, or for how to reconstruct a metaphoric grape. Though this should be obvious, I think it's very important to point out that the diversity of ingredients that Hermit Woods uses supports, honors, and generates more biodiversity and more diversity of wines. There are many practical advantages to not relying on a single variety of fruit for your entire production, and in the bigger picture it also leads to a healthier, more resilient, and more beautiful wine culture. These three friends are changing the world of wine as we know it, and they seem to be having a lot of fun doing it. https://hermitwoods.com/ Support this episode by subscribing via patreon. Sponsors: Centralas Wine
This episode features a message from the Reverend Stephen Broden from the "Rebuilding the Foundations of Faith and Family conference, hosted by The Spirit of Liberty church located in Markham, IL. Rev. Broden is the senior pastor of Fairpark Bible Fellowship, located in Texas. He is also the chairman of the Gone Too Far movement.
In this episode of Work in Progress, I'm joined by Arturo Cázares, the CEO of the Latino Business Action Network (LBAN), to talk about the rapid growth in Latino entrepreneurship in the United States and how empowering these businesses can help the entire economy. We sat down at the Aspen Latino Business Summit in Washington, D.C. in September. Latino-owned businesses, or LOBs, are making a significant contribution to our economy. In the last 10 years, Latinos created half the new companies in the U.S. Currently, there are more than five million LOBs, generating $800 billion in revenue, and creating jobs. Cázares says that contribution could be even bigger if we could unlock more opportunity. He says that these businesses have the potential add another $3 trillion in revenue by 2030, if the entrepreneurs had more access to capital and a stronger network of support for starting and scaling up their companies. That's where the Latino Business Action Network comes in. Its mission is to empower Latino entrepreneurship. Its partner is Stanford University through the jointly led and supported Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative (SLEI) within the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. SLEI is described as "an opportunity designed for U.S. Latino business owners who generate more than $1 million in annual gross revenues or have raised at least $500,000 of external funding. This nine-week immersive program provides business owners with education, enhanced networks, personal mentorship, and a better understanding of how to access and manage capital to scale their businesses." Here is some of what Cázares tells me about the work LBAN is doing. "The way that I phrase it is for Latino entrepreneurship, we're building the ecosystem that Latinos have always deserved, but maybe we haven't always enjoyed because of the other challenges in our society. "Almost 1,100 Latina and Latino business owners and founders have gone through our program across the country. That ecosystem includes banks, VCs, angel investors, and a bunch of other organizations that we need to have a truly robust supportive ecosystem. Our ecosystem will include people like JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and all of these large organizations. "As we build that ecosystem for ourselves, that ecosystem really is for everyone because we want even Latinos to examine how they're doing things. They're founders. You're a gatekeeper by default. You're deciding who to hire, who to partner with. So, if you can think about those processes better and think about all those things that used to keep us out – but now you do it a little better for everyone – that's opening up the economy for everyone, that's creating the ecosystem for the country that everyone needs. "Stated in the mission, our purpose is to grow the American economy, but it's through this Latino lens of entrepreneurship. We're empowering Latino entrepreneurship, but the ultimate goal is to grow the American economy for everyone. We're in this country, we want to be a full part of it, and we want the whole country to prosper." You can hear the full podcast with Arturo Cázares here on this page, or download it wherever you get your podcasts. Episode 293: Arturo Cázares, CEO, Latino Business Action Network (LBAN)Host & Executive Producer: Ramona Schindelheim, Editor-in-Chief, WorkingNationProducer: Larry BuhlExecutive Producers: Joan Lynch and Melissa PanzerTheme Music: Composed by Lee Rosevere and licensed under CC by 4Download the transcript for this podcast here.You can check out all the other podcasts at this link: Work in Progress podcasts
Niko and Adi come together again to catch up, get into deep industry philosophy, and talk about Adi's newest project, Captain Laserhawk. Watch Captain Laserhawk right now on Netflix ► https://bit.ly/CaptainLaserhawk_Netflix Sorry for the slight buzz in audio! Didn't catch that during recording and did the best denoising we could! SUPPORT ► Join Our Website: https://bit.ly/Crew_Membership Instagram: http://bit.ly/_Corridor_Instagram Sub-Reddit: http://bit.ly/_Corridor_Sub-Reddit Buy Merch: http://bit.ly/Corridor_Store Creative Tools ► Puget Computers: https://bit.ly/Puget_Systems Aputure Lights: https://bit.ly/Corridor_Lights B&H Photo: https://bhpho.to/3r0wEnt ActionVFX: https://bit.ly/TheBest_ActionVFX Cinema4D: http://bit.ly/Try_Cinema4D Nuke: https://bit.ly/Nuke_Compositing Houdini: https://bit.ly/HoudiniSims Octane Render: http://bit.ly/Octane_Wrender Epidemic Music: http://bit.ly/Corridor_Music
Dr. Lisa Folden joins us on the pod this week, and we go deep on perfectionism — specifically how it shows up in the worth and value we tie to our appearance, health, and achievements. We also bust open many myths about weight and health, including whether weight actually causes joint pain, if diabetes is preventable, and the long-term damage of intentional weight-loss. More specifics on what you'll hear in this conversation… Growing up as a “role model” and wanting to shed that identity Lisa's experience as a Black woman with disordered eating behaviors, and why Black women are consistently underdiagnosed Why Lisa shifted from being a weight-centric to a weight-inclusive physical therapist Rebuilding a joyful and intuitive relationship with movement (how the hell do we do this??!) What Lisa wishes she had known earlier about diabetes, weight, and restriction Grief over our former beliefs about health What makes us worthy? Looking at the research about weight and health to dismantle our beliefs about fatness The myth of perfection, and why it is often violent, especially to those in marginalized communities The truth about joint pain and weight Why we don't owe anyone thinness or health Signs that your exercise routine is unhealthy Showing up in the world with authenticity About Dr. Lisa Folden: Born and raised in Detroit, MI., Dr. Lisa Folden is a North Carolina licensed physical therapist, NASM certified behavior change specialist and Anti-diet Health & Body Image Coach. She owns Healthy Phit Physical Therapy & Wellness Consultants in Charlotte, NC where she provides weight-inclusive services to clients in diverse bodies and those in eating disorder recovery. She is a body positive women's health expert and health at every size (HAES®️) ambassador who assists women seeking healthier lifestyles. Lisa's weight-neutral approach encourages intuitive eating, body acceptance and breaking up with toxic diet culture. Dr. Lisa Folden is a mom of three, published author and speaker who understands the complex needs of the modern busy woman and mom. Her goal is to see as many people as possible living their best lives without worrying about their weight! When she is not helping patients, speaking at events or writing, you can find her spending time with family and friends. Lately, she's into red wine, bird watching, exercising, organizing and binging mystery shows on TV. --- Support the show: Enjoying this podcast? Please support the show on Patreon for bonus episodes, community engagement, and access to "Ask Abbie" at Patreon.com/fullplate Transcripts: If you're looking for transcripts, you can find those on Patreon or on my website, www.abbieattwoodwellness.com/podcast Social media: Find the show on Instagram: @fullplate.podcast Find Abbie on Instagram: @abbieattwoodwellness Group program: Looking for more support and concrete steps to take to heal your relationship with food and your body? Apply for Abbie's next 10-week group program: https://www.abbieattwoodwellness.com/group-coaching Group membership: Already been at this anti-diet culture thing for a while, but want community and continued learning? Apply for Abbie's monthly membership: https://www.abbieattwoodwellness.com/circle-monthly-group Podcast Cover Photography by Anya McInroy Podcast Editing by Brian Walters This podcast is ad-free and support comes from our Patrons on Patreon: Patreon.com/fullplate
Five years after a wildfire killed 85 people in the Californian town of Paradise, the area has been rebuilt from the ashes. Dani Anguiano and Alastair Gee report. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
Financial empowerment is a crucial aspect of rebuilding one's life after being in a toxic relationship. The impact of toxic relationships on someone's finances can be significant, but with the right knowledge and support, you can regain control over your financial situation. In this episode, we dive into the topic of transforming your finances and thriving in life after a dysfunctional relationship. We have a special guest, Leah Hadley, who is a Financial Therapist, Founder of "Watch Her Thrive," and expert in helping individuals create a healthy money mindset and achieve their financial goals. She shared some invaluable wisdom that will empower you to take control of your financial journey and thrive in every aspect of your life. Leah shares her journey of going through a divorce and how she turned her financial challenges into opportunities for growth and success. She emphasizes the importance of creating awareness around how we manage our finances and separating the emotions tied to it. She also highlights the value of finding a financial therapist who can provide guidance and support during times of change. When your financial situation changes, it's natural to feel frustrated or resentful. However, Leah encourages us to see change as something different and wonderful and see it as an opportunity for positive transformation. She shares her own experience of leaving an unhappy marriage and how it allowed her to pursue her dreams and start her businesses. By embracing change, we can adapt and find new opportunities for growth and fulfillment. Key Takeaways: [00:01:35] Rebuilding life after a toxic relationship. [00:04:35] Someone's relationship with money. [00:06:08] Relationship with money shapes behavior. [00:10:11] Acknowledge and explore your thoughts. [00:11:18] Financial independence challenges. [00:14:39] Mistakes people make. [00:15:43] Embrace change and find empowerment. [00:17:40] Taking challenges and transforming. [00:18:53] Be honest and increase financial literacy. [00:21:06] Your relationship with money. [00:23:27] Being kept in the dark. [00:23:50] Manage finances with awareness and support. Memorable Quotes "All of the other pieces can fall into place when you acknowledge that I am responsible for myself and I can do the things that I need to do, because there are so many resources out there." – Leah Hadley "If you don't want to deal with the finances, that is a huge message that it's time to increase financial literacy. And to acknowledge that nobody knows how to manage money. These are skills that are developed over time." – Leah Hadley Links Mentioned In This Episode Website: https://thepbtinstitute.com/ Where To Find Our Guest Free Gift Link: https://www.watchherthrive.co/plan-your-financial-freedom-opt-in Website: https://www.watchherthrive.co/ Website: https://www.greatlakesdfs.com/ Website: https://www.greatlakesinvestment.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/watchherthrive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/watchherthrive
On this week's episode of the Escape Your Limits podcast, our guest is Todd Payette, champion Bodybuilder, renowned prep coach and praised author of ‘Shoulder Down', a book detailing his journey seeking the ultimate in physical perfection while battling his inner demons. After finding his father's body shortly after his suicide, a six-year-old Todd battled to find a place in the world from an early age. Channeling a subsequent fear of death to drive his passion for health and fitness, setting out on a quest to be a bigger, faster and stronger version of himself, ultimately building an amour around himself. Despite his success as a bodybuilder, Todd took a difficult road through life, facing both physical and mental abuse, homelessness and incarceration along the way. Having learnt some impactful life lessons, he now champions positivity, not letting your past hold you back and never giving up. In this episode of the Escape your Limits Podcast, Todd talks about: How is fear of death drove his passion to reach physical perfection. The impact of finding his father after his suicide at six years old. Learning his own coping mechanisms. How bodybuilding saved his life. Recognizing when bodybuilding can become an unhealthy obsession. Being incarcerated and hitting rock bottom. Rebuilding a life and finding solace in the gym. Owning your past and choosing positivity and success. To learn more about Todd Payette, click here ====================================================== Subscribe to our YouTube channel and turn on your notifications so you never miss a new video when it's published: https://www.youtube.com/user/EscapeFitness Shop gym equipment: https://escapefitness.com/shop View our full catalog: https://escapefitness.com/support/catalog https://escapefitness.com/support/catalogue ====================================================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Escapefitness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/escapefitness Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/escapefitness LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/escapefitness/