Episode #87—Recovering From Our Last Podcast... Well, we record a second podcast the same evening as our interview with Fr. Vince. The sound board has a mind of its own and we really end up with a podcast about nothing! It's another fun evening with our special guest, Mike Gardner sitting in with us. Sit back, relax and enjoy! Available on all podcast apps and players including Tunein Radio! Join Jeff Montag, Ruben Hunt. Duane Bischoff and Alan Stenger for another episode of Cross The Line 1524! Recorded with a Live Audience at “The Rusted Nail Speakeasy”! Thank You for listening to Cross The Line1524 Check out our web site at: www.crosstheline1524.com Facebook: Cross The Line 15/24 You Tube: Cross The Line 1524 Email us : firstname.lastname@example.org Take a listen to one of America's fastest growing new podcasts! Please take time to leave us a 5 star rating to help us promote our podcast.
In today's episode I'm joined by my husband, Evan Haines. Evan is not only the co-founder of Oro House but now an author of Can America Recover: Reimagining the Drug Problem. We discuss… - How Evan's early sobriety journey led him to found Oro House - Why non-traditional 12 step treatment can be extremely effective for addiction and what makes Oro's method unique - What causes mental health treatment providers to have negative feelings towards their patients struggling with addiction - Where our cultural and social norms about work and addiction originated from Mentioned in this week's episode… - Can America Recover: Reimagining the Drug Problem by Evan Haines - Ep. 4 I Love You, Mom w/ Bob Forrest - Ep. 26 Call In w/ Bob Forrest - Ep. 105 The Social Causes of Addiction and Mental Health with Bob Forrest and Evan Haines Get $10 off your first purchase when you sign up for Poshmark using code alexishaines. Follow “Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera” on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, or you can listen early and ad free by joining Wondery Plus in Apple Podcasts or the Wondery App. If you or someone you know needs addiction treatment please visit www.ororecovery.com Follow Alexis (@itsalexishaines), join our Facebook group, and follow @recoveringfromreality on Instagram to stay up to date on all things RFR! You can also enroll in Alexis' Life Reset Course at liferesetcourse.com to learn the exact, tools to recover from limiting and self- sabotaging beliefs, thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviors and replace them with new ones that will set you up for the life you deserve and are fully capable of as you integrate the learnings and tools in your life. Produced by Dear Media
We are at the tail-end of the wildest marathon season we have seen. Many runners of all abilities and experience levels took advantage of the overwhelming marathon opportunities. So, what comes next? Simple - recovery! While we all know that recovery is important, we may not know what we need to do to make sure we are ready to take on our next challenge with ideal health and strength. In this Coach's Corner episode fellow McKirdy Trained coach Laura Galeazzo and I take a deep dive into what those runners can do to set themselves up for success, happiness, and optimum health leading into 2022. More specifically, we address: First time marathoners with a limited running background First timers with a more extensive background Runners who ran for fun but average 45-55 miles/week, or more Runners who raced more than one fall marathon Runners who eased up and didn't push due to a GI distress, cramping, or other non-injury reasons Elite/sub-elite runners who raced hard I will be doing a follow-up to this episode on Tuesday, November 30 at 8pm est on the Wisdom app. Join me for this interactive Coach's Corner session with question-and-answer capability. You can find the Wisdom app at https://apps.apple.com/us/app/wisdom-audio-community/id1576484544. Sponsors: Gift giving season is here and breo massagers have great gift ideas for family and friends. Especially the breo foot massager! Winter is coming, and we are the foot massager's an unreplaceable choice to warm feet in the comfort of home. breo also offers multiple wellness bundles available that are up to 30% off (no code required)! Go to https://us.breo.com/discount/RAMBLINGRUNNER to save 20% on your order today! Follow Matt: Instagram - @rambling_runner Twitter - @rambling_runner YouTube - www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ83E0U8M4V7klqZB8BF3wA Rambling Runner Podcast Community Corner private Facebook group - www.facebook.com/groups/125544686229661 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Ireland: Beginning in the late seventeenth century, the British government passed a series of anti-Catholic laws in Ireland known as the Penal Laws. The first of these was passed in 1695. This was followed in 1697 by the Bishops' Banishment Act, and in 1704 by the Act to Prevent the Further Growth of Property. The Penal Laws were designed to force Catholics to the lowest socioeconomic status. For example, under the Penal Laws, Catholics were not allowed to own a horse worth more than five pounds. Furthermore, any Catholic who was offered five pounds for a horse was required to sell it. Catholics were also prohibited from possessing arms. Only Protestants were allowed to hold political positions or allowed to practice law. Catholics were excluded from political power and they were not allowed to be members of a grand jury. Catholics were not allowed to vote in parliamentary elections. The land laws also served to divide the Catholics by conferring extraordinary privileges on any member of a Catholic family who became a Protestant. For example, an eldest son could deprive his father of the management and disposal of his property by becoming a Protestant. Bishops and members of Catholic religious orders were banished from the island. Ordinary priests had to register their names and parishes and were required to promise that they would uphold the law. Only one priest was allowed per parish. No new Catholic clergy were allowed to enter the country. Since bishops were required for ordination and with no Catholic education allowed, it was assumed that the Catholic clergy would die out within a generation. However, the laws were not rigidly enforced nor was there any attempt to promote the conversion of the Catholic masses to Protestantism. By the 1720s, Catholic priests and bishops operated fairly freely, but discreetly, in much of Ireland. The United States: The policy of the United States with regard to American Indians has assumed that “civilizing” the Indians so that they could be assimilated into American culture required them to become Christians, preferably Protestant Christians. The United States government actively encouraged and financially supported missionary efforts on Indian reservations. The period of time from 1870 to 1934 can be considered the Dark Ages for American Indian Religious Freedom. During this time, the active suppression of American Indian religions reached its peak. While the government had always supported missionary efforts, conversion of Indians and suppression of Indian religions took a new dimension with the implementation of President Ulysses Grant's Peace Policy in 1870. Under the policy, a single Christian denomination would become responsible for administering all Indian programs on each reservation and would have a monopoly on proselytization. There was no concern at this time for either the existence or validity of any Indian religions. In fact, Indian religious leaders were seen as barriers to progress and could be jailed for expressing their religious concerns." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secular_spirituality (that's me.) "My Secular spirituality is made up my search for meaning outside of a religious institution; it considers my relationship with the self, others, nature, and whatever else I considers to be the ultimate. Often, the goal of my secular spirituality is living happily and/or helping others. My African black spirituality is the 24/7 union, and discussions I have with my grandma Clara and my ancestors in my pure heart (I honor both of those heavy influences in my life.) I think out loud hoping that a creator or creators hear me, my form of prayer I assume. It's appalling to me that social justice, fellowship, discipleship, suffering for Jesus and outcasts like me, being rejected for Jesus and outcasts like me, and losing it all for Jesus and outcasts like me are dismissed by many in the church. I am also appalled by them accepting being milk instead of being meat." - Antonio Myers --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
"Christian Colonialism: The verb “to colonize” can be described as the process of appropriating a place or domain to establish political and economic control. Throughout history, nations have invaded not only their neighbors' lands, but also territories clear across the globe for their own use. During the practice, the dominant nation attempts to colonize not only indigenous peoples' domains (territorial imperialism), but also their minds, their customs, their language, in fact, their very way of life. In countries with a historical legacy of colonization, and even in those without this history, members of dominant groups have accumulated unearned privileges not accorded to others. Though the official terms “colonization,” “colonizer,” and “colonized” may have changed somewhat, nowhere in the world have we experienced a truly post-colonial society. Imperialism remains, though at times possibly in less visible forms. In 1455, Pope Nicholas called his Christian followers to “to invade, search out, capture, vanquish, and subdue all Saracens and pagans,” take their possessions, and “reduce their persons to perpetual slavery.” This edict known as the Doctrine of Discovery gives license to the genocide of black, brown, and non-Christians across the world. It was the stimulus for Columbus' travels and is based on Christian white supremacy. Beginning the first day Europeans stepped foot on what has come to be known as “the Americas” up until this very day, decisions over who can enter the United States and who can eventually gain citizenship status has generally depended on issues of “race.” U.S. immigration systems have reflected and have served as this country's official “racial” policies at any given point in time. Europeans on the North and South American continents established their domination based on a program of exploitation, violence, kidnapping, and genocide against native populations. For example, the “Puritans” left England to the Americas to practice a “purer” form of Protestant Christianity. They believed they were divinely chosen to form “a biblical commonwealth” with no separation between religion and government. They tolerated no other faiths or interpretations of divine precepts. In fact, they murdered and expelled Quakers, Catholics, and others. The “American” colonies followed European perceptions of “race.” A 1705 Virginia statute, the “Act Concerning Servants and Slaves,” read: [N]o negroes, mulattos or Indians, Jew, Moor, Mahometan [Muslims], or other infidel, or such as are declared slaves by this act, shall, notwithstanding, purchase any christian (sic) white servant…. In 1790, the newly constituted United States Congress passed the Naturalization Act, which excluded all nonwhites from citizenship, including Asians, enslaved Africans, and Native Americans, the later whom they defined in oxymoronic terms as “domestic foreigners,” even though they had inhabited this land for thousands of years. The Congress did not grant Native Americans rights of citizenship until 1924 with the passage of the Indian Citizenship Act, though Asians continued to be denied naturalized citizenship status." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
Happy Thanksgiving! In this week's “Throwback Thursday / Where are they now?” segment, we hear from a former attorney and White House aide who starts a service helping businesses with podcasts. It's grown into a 7-figure operation! Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: email@example.com Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.
Chloe Catherine lost her period at age 14 when she was in the midst of her eating disorder, and didn't get it back until she was 25. She takes us through what made her realize she needed to take her period loss seriously, how she went about trying to get it back through food freedom, and advice she would give to anyone going through something similar. Get all the goods in the full show notes here! Sponsors: WOMANIZER: save 20% off your favourite Womanizer products with code “FILLYOURCUP” at www.womanizer.com Get more Cup-Filling Goodness: Fill Your Cup Podcast Instagram: @fillyourcuppodcast New FREE quiz about why you're obsessed with food or your body: www.endtheobsession.com
Dan Engle, MD, is a psychiatrist with a clinical practice that combines aspects of regenerative medicine, psychedelic research, integrative spirituality, and peak performance. Dr. Engle is an international consultant to several global healing centers facilitating the use of long-standing indigenous plant medicines for healing and awakening. He is the Founder and Medical Director of Kuya Institute for Transformational Medicine in Austin, Texas; Full Spectrum Medicine, a psychedelic integration and educational platform; and Thank You Life, a non-profit funding stream supporting access to psychedelic therapies.Dr. Engle is the author of The Concussion Repair Manual: A Practical Guide to Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries, as well as his new book, A Dose of Hope: A Story of MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy. Sponsors: Heart & Soil: www.heartandsoil.co White Oak Pastures: www.Whiteoakpastures.com, use code: CarnivoreMD for 10% off your first order BluBlox: Blublox.com, use code CarnivoreMD for 15% your order Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/carnivoremd use code “CARNIVOREMD” to save $150
In today's episode I'm joined by Ev'Yan Whitney—a sexuality doula, writer, facilitator, and sensualist. We discuss… - What led Ev'Yan to the work they are doing now—origins in purity culture, childhood sexual exploration, and their journey to sexual healing and liberation - How the same messaging can be received in both a toxically sex positive household and in homes where sexuality isn't explored and encouraged - Unpacking asexuality as an identity and common pieces of misinformation - What happens when you take away the pressure of what sexuality and sex 'should' look and feel like - Balancing different sexual wants, needs, and libidos in relationships - How to be intimate with partners without sexual intercourse - The importance of not saying yes to sex that you'd rather say no to Today's episode is brought to you by Sakara. For 20% off your first order of plant-based meals and wellness essentials, visit sakara.com/reality! Upstart is the fast and easy way to pay off your debt with a personal loan–all online. Use code Reality at www.upstart.com Get support today with the help of a licensed therapist online with Better Help. Visit www.betterhelp.com/recovering to speak with a licensed therapist about your mental health needs. If you or someone you know needs addiction treatment please visit www.ororecovery.com Follow Alexis (@itsalexishaines), join our Facebook group, and follow @recoveringfromreality on Instagram to stay up to date on all things RFR! You can also enroll in Alexis' Life Reset Course at liferesetcourse.com to learn the exact, tools to recover from limiting and self- sabotaging beliefs, thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviors and replace them with new ones that will set you up for the life you deserve and are fully capable of as you integrate the learnings and tools in your life. Produced by Dear Media
124: "Life is not happening to me. I am actively choosing to be present and a participant in this life." Recovering Type A personality and bullying amongst military spouses with Emily Millman Military Spouse, physical and mental health advocate and nurse Emily Millman chooses to see military life as an interesting adventure. She shares her experience transporting her dogs from South Korea to the states, how she copes with the complete loss of autonomy, bullying amongst military spouses, the importance of mental health, and much more. Connect with Emily at https://www.instagram.com/scrubs.squats.sass/ (https://www.instagram.com/scrubs.squats.sass/) -- Guest Applications are now open! Apply to be on our show at https://forms.gle/YdoNX9aR8RTEKpnCA (https://forms.gle/YdoNX9aR8RTEKpnCA) Stay updated! Subscribe to our newsletter http://eepurl.com/gTTOdT (http://eepurl.com/gTTOdT) Connect with our co-hosts Jen Amos firstname.lastname@example.org and Jenny Lynne Stroup https://jennylynnestroup.com/ (https://jennylynnestroup.com/) or email@example.com Visit our website https://www.holdingdownthefortpodcast.com/ (https://www.holdingdownthefortpodcast.com/) This show is sponsored by US VetWealth Get FREE access to the Military Spouse's ToolKit for Agile and Purposeful Employment https://usvetwealth.com/military-spouses-toolkit-for-agile-and-purposeful-employment/ (https://usvetwealth.com/military-spouses-toolkit-for-agile-and-purposeful-employment/) Or listen to Holding Down the Fort's sister show, The Spouse Benefit Plan, at http://thespousebenefitplan.com/ (http://thespousebenefitplan.com/) September 2021, the show made the Final Slate in the https://www.podcastawards.com/ (16th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards) for the Government & Organizations category. November 2020, Jen Amos and Holding Down the Fort Podcast was awarded https://therosienetwork.org/2020-entrepreneur-awards (“Media Professional of the Year”) at The Rosie Network Entrepreneur Awards! We've also been featured in multiple media outlets including Legacy Magazine, https://digital.usveteransmagazine.com/US-Veterans-Magazine-Spring-2021/46 (U.S. Veterans Magazine), https://open.spotify.com/episode/0IeByl1VWjoq8V3GFl6gzp?si=gfewllBQTtGFCUwH6kEPTw (The American MilSpouse), https://veterancrowdnetwork.com/2021/01/jen-amos-award-winning-podcaster-of-holding-down-the-fort/ (VeteranCrowd Network), https://fb.watch/3xcB_0O6ZH/ (It's a Military Life), http://virtforce.us/68-transition-remote-work/ (VirtForce), https://www.militaryveterandad.com/73-keep-an-open-heart-with-jen-amos/ (Military Veteran Dad Podcast), and much more. Enjoy our show? Kindly leave us a review on Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/30SJ7NW (https://apple.co/30SJ7NW), Podchaser https://bit.ly/3dnCacY (https://bit.ly/3dnCacY), or write a LinkedIn Recommendation for Jen https://bit.ly/3jNobzB (https://bit.ly/3jNobzB) Support this podcast
“I started to recognize that the human system, the rhythm of a human is: grow and then rest, repair, grow again.” Rewind to 2012, and Dawn Breslin's life broke apart. She'd been at the peak of her career - enjoying red carpet events, speaking on some of the biggest stages in the world, and authoring bestselling books. Then suddenly, the success was gone. A series of unavoidable life events escalated at the same time leaving Dawn emotionally, energetically and financially bankrupt to the tune of £100k. What in the moment felt like an identity death gently evolved into a rebirth. In a moment of surrender, Dawn tapped into the harmonizing effect of nature. This experience became a trigger that empowered Dawn to swap debt, burn out and energetic depletion to one of vibrant health, balance and radiant wellbeing. Now, Dawn empowers others to come into a rhythmic cycle and be potent in life by dancing the giving and receiving cycles. In this episode, Dawn shares how her Harmonizing Alignment Process guides us to heal the inner child, tap into the rhythm of human, and cultivate a fierce love for ourselves. “To be really potent, it's often a cyclical dance between receiving and then doing.” Dawn Breslin is a leading light in the field of coaching and personal transformation. Through her work as a TV & Radio presenter, best-selling Hay House author, inspirational keynote speaker and media consultant she has inspired thousands of individuals to heal, re-energise and transform their lives. Tune into this episode to hear Dawn and I explore the following: How Dawn's life fell apart in 2012. Dropping into presence and finding the flow of life. Tapping into the awe in front of our eyes. How a flower transformed Dawn's life and created a rebirth. The systems in nature that can help with our psychology. The role of inner child work in giving & receiving. Developing the inner dialogue to move through life with grace.The power of re-energizing work. Using boundaries to protect the self. Loving yourself into the fullness of your potential. “The connection with the inner child means that the energy work can be done, because you've got self-honor in place.” In a world that's prioritized doing over being for so long, Dawn's story is a reminder of the power of finding a rhythm between the two. Dawn's story is so empowering and her presence is passionate. I learned so much from this episode and I'm sure you'll feel the same way when you check it out. Contact InfoWebsite: Www.dawnbreslin.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/dawnbreslinuk/Instagram: instagram.com/dawnbreslinuk/Summary/ Call to Action: We thrive on your feedback, so if you've enjoyed this show, please rate us and leave us a review. And don't forget to subscribe to ensure you never miss an episode again. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Recovering their captain, the crew goes on a search for the Flying Fish in the Unhuman Ward. Using Icky's name gets them an expensive night's rest in the resort. Just in time to find the source of the crystal and before tragedy unfolds as one the crew of the Artemis falls. RIP
Recovering from a traumatic brain injury is a long and often difficult process. Depending on the severity of the injury, recovery can take months to years. Dr. Jon Speed, medical director of the traumatic brain injury rehabilitation program at University of Utah Health, shares what patients and their loved ones can expect on the road to recovery from a TBI, and the hope for a positive outcome he shares with his patients.
Today we are starting a new season that I want to dedicate to relationships. This can be dating, romantic, friendships, relationships with yourself. I am so excited to share these new guests and topics with you all! We are kicking off this season with eight things I now know about recovering from a breakup, from heartache, and how they have helped me the last year. Every heartache and breakup will be entirely different, so keep that in mind as you find your way through this season of change. Whatever your season looks like, it is beautiful. It is yours, it may be hard right now, and that is totally normal. Moments you won't want to miss in this episode: (3:00) My breakup story (6:54) #1 - It's okay if it takes longer than you expect to heal. (12:09) #2 - People want to be there for you; let them. (14:58) #3 - Focus on you is the worst thing to hear, but it is true. (15:000 #4 - Get to know new people. (19:58) #5 - Travel alone, live alone, exist alone. (24:07) #6 - With growth comes mind changes, and pivoting is okay. (26:41) #7 - Dating doesn't have to be about finding the one. (31:06) #8 - Spend time on frienndships. Resources & Links Check out my latest fitness apparel or join my fitness app through my website https://www.anniefitlifefitme.com/about Get daily personal development inspiration, mindset practices, workouts, and lifestyle fun by following me on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/itsanniegraft/ Get podcast updates, inspiration to boost your day and, personal growth quotes by following the Let's Get Uncomfy Podcast on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/letsgetuncomfy.podcast/ About Annie Annie Graft is the CEO of Fit Life Fit Me; she has a passion for fitness, health, and personal growth. Annie found her love of fitness through her career in the Air Force and gymnastics. Her mission is to stand for more than just fitness or workouts because life is much more than abs! She wants YOU to find what sets your heart on fire and pursue that! Your life is in YOUR hands, so get up and go after your dreams! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/annie-graft/support
Menachem and Mayer begin exploring the themes of chapter 10 specifically exploring the level of Tzadik and where it can be present very practically in our lives and then how that relates to the theme of recovering from an addiction or similar problem... Practically a Fabrengen is brought to you by The Light Revealed, a media publishing platform and community of regular people seeking spiritual growth.We welcome your feedback and questions EmailConsciouslyThePodcast@gmail.comFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/thelightrevealedInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelightrevealedThe Conscious(ly) teamCo-Host: Menachem PoznanskiCo-Host: R' Mayer PregerArtwork: Tani PoznanskiSocial Media: Zoe PoznanskiMusic: Chabad Niggunim
I am joined by the wonderful Zakia Karmal. Zakia is a 23 years old and is from Vancouver. We actually danced together back in the day! She is a recovering alcoholic and addict, but more than that she is a daughter, a friend, a student, and a partner. She struggled for upwards of 6 years with alcoholism, addiction and an eating disorder and she is here to share her story of what it was like and how she got help to get to where she is today. As well as she'd like to share some awareness of what addiction does to a person and their family to those who have experienced it. She hopes that by sharing some part of her story, it'll help someone struggling and give them hope. I was SO honored that Zakia trusted me to share her story and to use my platform to help others struggling. This is at the top of one of my favorite episodes that I've recorded. THANK YOU ZAKIA - you are an angel. In this episode, we chat about her story with addiction, going to rehab, seeking help, what others/loved ones can do with someone that is struggling, how she stays grounded and how she consistently works on herself every day. Highly highly recommend listening to her story and sharing it. Follow @wellnowwhatpodcast Follow Zakia on TikTok @kiakarmal
Sean sits down with guest and South Alabama Family John De Visser! They talk on a wide a range of topics like why is the average pitcher throwing harder nowadays, training athletes, coaching high school baseball, reminiscing about South Alabama days, pro players at South Alabama, 170+ Pitch CG's, becoming a professional BP Shagger, Competitive streaks as athletes and now coaches, and much much more! This is a great one!
Dr. Ram Yogendra is a leading COVID-19 researcher with Covid Long Haulers (https://covidlonghaulers.com/about/). In this episode, we chat about the science behind how COVID takes hold in your body, the comparisons between COVID and HIV, how important it is to be able to say "I Don't Know" in scientific research. Ram is seriously the most rock n' roll doctor.Find Dr. Yo here:Twitter - https://twitter.com/YoDoctorYoYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/DrYoECAWellnessCOVID Long Haulers - https://covidlonghaulers.com/about/SUBSCRIBE & DONATEPATREON https://www.patreon.com/kaysmythekaysmytheDONATE https://www.kaysmythe.com/donatetokayTWATTER https://www.twitter.com/kaysmytheGETTR https://gettr.com/user/kaysmytheSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/kaysmythekaysmythe)
Even wicked-smart women sometimes fall into the trap of workaholism. And for many of us, overworking becomes an escape. We use work as an excuse to ignore the fact that we're not happy. So, how does a workaholic learn to create boundaries and make intentional decisions around what we want life to look like? Karin Freeland is a certified Life and Reinvention Coach on a mission to help women transform their lives. Karin created the signature EDIT Your Life program to empower women with the tools and techniques to conquer our fears and find purpose. She is also the author of The Ins and Outs of My Vagina, a comedic memoir recounting the mishaps and misadventures she's had over the past 40 years with a special partner in crime—her vagina, named V. On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Karin joins Anjel to explain how she became a workaholic and share the question that inspired her to leave her corporate job. She reflects on how The Secret motivated her to finish her memoir and explores the idea of having a dialogue with your vagina central to the book. Listen in for Karin's insight on building a business around your values and learn how she is navigating the transition from corporate exec to full-time author and entrepreneur. What You Will Learn How Karin's workaholism became an escape from her unhappiness Why Karin was taken aback by the question, ‘What do you want to do before you die?' How The Secret lit a fire in Karin to finish writing her memoir Karin's transition from the corporate world to full-time authorship How a part-time consulting job gave Karin the runway to start her own business How Karin's memoir takes a comedic look at women's sexuality The idea of having a dialogue with your vagina (and what inspired the character V in Karin's book) What Karin is doing to make sure her workaholism doesn't return Why it's crucial for women to build a business around our values Connect with Karin Freeland Karin Freeland Life Coaching & Consulting Resources The Ins and Outs of My Vagina: A Penetrating Memoir by Karin Freeland The Secret Jack Canfield Alliance for Period Supplies Connect with Anjel B. Hartwell Wickedly Smart Women Wickedly Smart Women Facebook Community Wickedly Smart Women on TeePublic Wickedly Smart Women on Clubhouse The Wealthy Life Mentor The Wealthy Life Mentor on Facebook Anjel on Twitter Anjel on Instagram Email firstname.lastname@example.org Leave Us A Message On Our listener line: 540-402-0043 x4343
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While we're preparing speeches and ironing our best black blazer, its a wonderful time to take a break to talk to callers about what they believe and why! For tickets to next week's event, go to https://faithlessforum.comWe hope to see you there!If you are interested in helping donate to Viced Rhino's annual holiday fundraiser in memory of Missus Rhino, please visit http://vicedrhino.com/donate. ___________ TIME STAMPS & CALL NOTES 00:00 - Intro/In Memory of Missus Rhino 5:14 - Ridley (they/them) - NC - Is “Bro Atheism” On The Rise? 15:18 - Marci (she/her) - CT - New Atheist Mourns the Loss of Heaven 25:20 - Setuf (she/her) - ES - Anti-Choice Caller Is Back for More! 45:37 - Ben (he/him) - AZ - Medical Student Sets the Record Straight on Abortion58:45 - Joe (he/him) - KS - Theist Asks Why Atheists Lack Emotion 1:13:31 - Bree (ze/zer) - IA - What Do the Hosts Think of the Death Penalty?5:14 What is “bro atheism,” and is it something we should be worried about? Ridley calls in with some concerns about the direction of the atheist movement online, but Vi and Eric have some hopeful words of encouragement! 15:18Marci has recently deconverted from Christianity and is struggling to come to grips with heaven not being real. “It's like mourning a second time.” How do you get through the horrible feelings of grief when you deconvert, and what should next steps be? Vi and Eric empathize and offer some resources (and try not to cry). For more information about Recovering from Religion, visit: https://www.recoveringfromreligion.org/ 25:20The anti-choice theist calls back for round two! In an effort to get to the heart of the disagreement, Vi and Eric poke and prod to find Setuf's moral structure, while calling out loaded language and unscientific claims left and right. Can they find common ground… or should they even try? (And yes, the caller's name IS an acronym for “fetus.”) Watch Setuf's first call into Skeptic Generation: https://youtu.be/F4fsFdVZFxs 45:37 Student Doctor Ben calls in to address some of the recent calls around abortion and why we're looking at the issue wrong. He walks the hosts through what actually happens during abortions at all stages of pregnancy, and why it's not like what anti-choice people claim. Required viewing for anyone frustrated by the abortion calls being had recently! Check out more Student Doctor Ben here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKti4xis1ZJ2FQFAuDQ1kpg 58:45Joe is a theist who wants to know why atheists tend to reduce the big questions to cold scientific facts rather than engage with emotion. Vi points out that emotion has often been used against atheists, so we often overcorrect to avoid falling for bad arguments. That said, there is room to grow, and we shouldn't be afraid of expressing emotion (as long as our interlocutors are honest). 1:13:31 What do the hosts think of the death penalty, and how does that play into skepticism? It's difficult to approach such intense topics with rationality, but Vi and Eric point out the various flaws (both philosophical and practical) with capital punishment. What an intense way to end the show this week! Check out the @Shaun video referenced by Vi: https://youtu.be/L30_hfuZoQ8 For more on the philosophical side of capital punishment, here's a @PhilosophyTube video as well: https://youtu.be/TDcwIZzaf-k __________________Skeptic Generation is LIVE every Sunday at 11:30am-1:00pm CTCall on your phone: 585-LA-MURPH (585-526-8774) Call online: https://tiny.cc/callSG Love the show? Become a patron: https://tiny.cc/donatetoSG Buy merch: https://tiny.cc/SGmerch Help with our studio: https://tiny.cc/SGwishlist Join us after the show on Discord: tiny.cc/SGdiscordTo find out more, visit https://www.skepticgeneration.com Copyright © 2021 Skeptic Generation. All rights reserved.
Dr. Ram Yogendra is a leading COVID-19 researcher with Covid Long Haulers (https://covidlonghaulers.com/about/). In this episode, we chat about the science behind how COVID takes hold in your body, the comparisons between COVID and HIV, how important it is to be able to say "I Don't Know" in scientific research. Ram is seriously the most rock n' roll doctor.Find Dr. Yo here:Twitter - https://twitter.com/YoDoctorYo YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/DrYoECAWellnessCOVID Long Haulers - https://covidlonghaulers.com/about/SUBSCRIBE & DONATEPATREON https://www.patreon.com/kaysmythekaysmytheDONATE https://www.kaysmythe.com/donatetokayTWATTER https://www.twitter.com/kaysmytheGETTR https://gettr.com/user/kaysmytheSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/kaysmythekaysmythe)
In today's episode I'm joined by my Mom—Andrea Arlington to dive into challenging family dynamics during the holiday season. We discuss… - Setting boundaries with parents in active addiction - Relapsing during the holidays—common causes and supporting a loved one using again - Having a loved one come home for the holidays while in early recovery or rehab - Being codependent vs. loving someone through their journey Mentioned in the episode… - Ep. 110 with Andrea Arlington - Communication Training Downloadable Get support today with the help of a licensed therapist online with Better Help. Visit www.betterhelp.com/recovering to speak with a licensed therapist about your mental health needs and get 10% off your first month.. For a 30 day free trial of Dipsea's wellness sessions, sensual bedtime stories, and audio soundscapes head to dipseastories.com/reality. This week's episode is brought to you by Dipsea. If you or someone you know needs addiction treatment please visit www.ororecovery.com Follow Alexis (@itsalexishaines), join our Facebook group, and follow @recoveringfromreality on Instagram to stay up to date on all things RFR! You can also enroll in Alexis' Life Reset Course at liferesetcourse.com to learn the exact, tools to recover from limiting and self- sabotaging beliefs, thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviors and replace them with new ones that will set you up for the life you deserve and are fully capable of as you integrate the learnings and tools in your life. Produced by Dear Media
It's very normal to have a hangover from things going so well. Are you liking the short tips and practical advice on this podcast? You can find more ways to build a fulfilling future and take action toward your potential at www.selfimprovementdailytips.com!
Sean and Adam sit down and explain the differences between a power hitter and hitters that have the ability for hit for power at times. They discuss the popular problem of hitters trying to get too big with their swings and obsess with "trying" for home runs vs mastering hitting the ball hard with energy in the gaps! They share details on what power is and how you develop it over the years.
Are you a people-pleaser? Many women are, and unfortunately it seems to be a trait passed down through generations. Maybe your people-pleasing is rooted in good intentions, but we think it's kind of selfish. If you're always worried about making everyone else happy, you're never going to find happiness for yourself. It's time to take back that power. Knowing you're a people-pleaser [3:51] Is people pleasing selfish? [9:31] It's a learned trait [10:45] Perfectionism and people-pleasing [14:12] Fear of setting boundaries [19:14] Practice disappointing people [21:59] Allowing people to see who you truly are [24:13] Honesty is the greatest gift you can give [32:28] thehappinessdiet.com Get 20% OFF Organifi products at organifi.com using code ‘thebestlife' Don't forget to leave us a review and subscribe so you never have to miss an episode! Comments and questions can also be sent to email@example.com, and you can head to thebestlifepodcast.com to join our Facebook Group. FOLLOW US ON IG: @TheBestLifePodcast FOLLOW JILL: @jillfit FOLLOW DANNY J: @dannyjdotcom You can also follow us on Facebook @Jill Coleman @Danny-J
"Problematic relationship patterns If a person thinks they may be in a relationship with a sexual narcissist, there are behavior patterns to be aware of, including: Sexual entitlement: A sexual narcissist may feel that others owe them sex and that they have a right to sex on demand. Sexual exploitation: They may be willing to manipulate or coerce others into having sex. Lack of empathy: They may feel that a partner's feelings or needs do not concern them. Need for admiration: They may have an excessive need for admiration, especially for their sexual abilities. Infidelity: Higher rates of infidelity occur with sexual narcissists. Charming pickup artist: Sexual narcissists will initially be charming and employ manipulative dating techniques designed specifically to get a potential partner into bed. Sexual aggression: High levels of sexual narcissism and entitlement may be Trusted Source a predictor of sexual aggression. Convincing a potential sexual narcissist to get help may escalate their behavior since they may not perceive they have a problem and may attempt to put the blame on others. If a partner shows any abusive, angry, or violent behavior, it is advisable to develop a safety plan. Resources are available to help. People can contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline by calling 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) or texting 88788. They may also wish to seek the help of a trusted friend or family member for additional support. Treatment for sexual narcissism Currently, there is no cure, treatment, or medication to treat NPD, narcissistic traits, or sexual narcissism specifically. However, psychotherapy can be beneficial and enable people to understand their behavior, manage emotions, and take responsibility for their actions. It can also help them build self-esteem and healthier relationships. While there is not much research investigating treatment for sexual narcissism, speaking with a therapist may be a useful approach for people with NPD. Although the conditions are different, this would suggest that psychotherapy may also be effective for people with sexual narcissism. Research Trusted Source indicates that some narcissistic traits may decline with age, suggesting that it is not a fixed state of being and change is possible. This indicates that with therapeutic intervention, the ways a sexual narcissist relates to and interacts with others can improve. However, it can be very difficult for a sexual narcissist to initiate therapy, as they may not always see an issue in their behavior. If a person suspects they are in a relationship with someone who has sexual narcissism, they may consider working with a therapist or counselor to learn strategies that may help the relationship, if they want to continue it. Therapy may also provide the necessary support if a person decides to leave the relationship." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
Sean and Adam sit down and discuss the MLB Playoffs and the state of the game of baseball today. They share their opinions on how they think the MLB, the media, and more can help grow the game for the next generation.
In this episode, Lucas invites Vanessa Bartlett on the show to discuss some very practical tips to recover from adrenal fatigue/burnout. Buy health products here: https://www.ergogenic.health/ Relevant links:Buy health products here: https://www.ergogenic.health/ Vanessa's IG: https://www.instagram.com/vanessabhealth/
You guys!!! This is one of my favorite episodes to date. There's many reasons including it being my first in person podcast and Meg being one of my friends, but the topics we cover in this episode are so good. Meg Calvin is a best selling author and writing coach who has transitioned from a religious background into a spiritual life. We both have different journeys but I think this episode will be so good for you if you are feeling guilt or shame about changing your belief system and how you can start to trust yourself again!In this episode we cover:How we became friends.Meg's religious upbringingHow we transitioned from religion to spiritualityTrusting your intuition and coming home to yourselfGuilt and shame associated with changing your beliefsTips on creativityRecent Lessons and what she is manifestingWhere to find Meg!!Work with her! Click here!Meg's InstagramAn Uproarious Profundity PodcastRead Her Latest Book "I Am My Own Sanctuary"Connect with Brittaniee on Instagram
Before he started The Tyler Merritt Project or created his viral video, Before You Call the Cops, Tyler Merritt was a confused, young black boy trying to make sense of all the expectations and stereotypes swirling around him. "I wish somebody had really sat down with me as a young person and simply said, 'Hey, Tyler, you're going to make a lot of mistakes. A lot of mistakes. And those mistakes are going to go on for a very long time. But listen young man: do not let those mistakes ruin you; do not let those mistakes define you. Let those mistakes become your fuel, your fire to burn stronger and become the man that can help change the world." That's a message our boys need to hear. It's one we all need to hear. Mistakes are survivable. And hiding due to shame, regret, or fear of another mistake is, well, a mistake. "What and who are we missing because we have convinced individuals that they no longer have worth because of the mistakes that they have made?" Tyler says. "How many great leaders have we missed? How many great faith leaders, political leaders, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers have decided that they no longer want to do that thing that is significantly just them, that only they can do, because they have decided that those one or two mistakes are things that they can never come back from?" Tyler speaks from experience. He withdrew from social media (and many real-world interactions) after intimate photos he privately sent to another individual, um, were discovered by her husband. Who threatened to share the photos with the entire world. Loneliness set in. But eventually, Tyler realized that mistakes are universal. "I remember thinking to myself: I don't need to just come back through this for myself; I need to come back through this for every young man, young woman, everyone that I've hurt, to let them know that we can still do great things," he says. Now, "finding are finding hope in themselves because of my stories," Tyler says. In this episode, Jen, Janet & Tyler discuss: Expectations placed on boys How history affects black boys in school even today Recovering from mistakes Letting people see your full self How loving yourself helps you love others Finding hope in spite of anger How accepting our mistakes allows us to connect with others Links we mentioned (or should have) in this episode: I Take My Coffee Black: Reflections on Tupac, Musical Theatre, Faith, and Being Black in America -- Tyler's book Before You Call the Cops -- Tyler's viral video The Tyler Merritt Project on Facebook How to be an Antiracist, by Ibram X. Kendi -- books mentioned at 14:36 Need help with your boys? Subscribe to Jen's newsletter, Building Boys Bulletin Schedule a Breakthrough Session with Janet Sponsor Spotlight: Cozi #1 organizing app for families
"Dear Family, Friends, and Former Parishioners, I have come to a place in life where I can no longer put off writing this letter. I have dreaded this day because I know what is likely to follow after certain people receive it. I have decided I can't control how others react to this letter, so it is far more important to clear the air and make sure everyone knows the facts about Bruce Gerencser. I won't bore you with a long, drawn-out history of my life. I am sure each of you has an opinion about how I have lived my life and the decisions I have made. I also have an opinion about how I have lived my life and the decisions I made. I am my own worst critic. Religion, in particular Baptist, Evangelical, and Fundamentalist religion, has been the essence of my life from my youth up. My being is so intertwined with religion that the two are quite inseparable. My life has been shaped and molded by religion, and religion touches virtually every fiber of my being. I spent most of my adult life pastoring churches, preaching, and being involved in religious work to some degree or another. I pastored thousands of people over the years, preached thousands of sermons, and participated in and led thousands of worship services. To say that the church was my life would be an understatement. But, as I have come to see, the church was actually my mistress, and my adulterous affair with her was at the expense of my wife, children, and my own self-worth. (Please see It's Time to Tell the Truth: I Had an Affair.) Today, I am publicly announcing that the affair is over. My wife and children have known this for a long time, but now everyone will know. The church robbed me of so much of my life, and I have no intention of allowing her to have one more moment of my time. Life is too short. I am dying. We all are. I don't want to waste what is left of my life chasing after things I now think are vain and empty. I have always been known as a reader, a student of the Bible. I have read thousands of books in my lifetime. The knowledge gained from my reading and studies has led me to some conclusions about religion, particularly the Fundamentalist, Evangelical religion that played such a prominent part in my life. I can no longer wholeheartedly embrace the doctrines of Evangelical, Fundamentalist Christianity. Particularly, I do not believe in the inerrancy of Scripture, nor do I accept as true the common Evangelical belief of the inspiration of Scripture. Coming to this conclusion has forced me to reevaluate many of the doctrines I have held as true over these many years. I have concluded that I have been misinformed, poorly taught, and sometimes lied to. As a result, I can no longer accept as true many of the doctrines I once believed. I point the finger of blame at no one. I sincerely believed and taught the things that I did, and many of the men who taught me were honorable teachers. Likewise, I don't blame those who have influenced me over the years, nor do I blame the authors of the many books I have read. Simply, it is what it is. I have no time to invest in the blame game. I am where I am today for many reasons, and I must embrace where I am and move forward." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
"According to Ellis, all men should live according to “Billy Graham-Mike Pence Rule.” I say all, and not just married men, because Ellis, who describes himself as a conservative Christian, likely believes that it is a sin for unmarrieds to have sex. Thus, not only should married men abstain from being alone with women who are not their wives, so should unmarried men. Women, for married and unmarried men alike, are the problem. If married men want to keep themselves morally pure, then they must never, ever put themselves in positions where they are alone with women. For married men, the wife of their youth awaits, legs spread wide, ready and willing to satisfy their sexual needs. Unmarried men have no such fire extinguisher awaiting them — the Apostle Paul said it is better to marry than to burn — yet they, too, are implored to avoid being alone with the opposite sex. So what are these young men to do? Many of them, if they marry at all, do not marry until their late twenties. This means that they must wrestle with unsatisfied raging hormones for twelve to fifteen years. And remember, masturbation — lustful self-gratification that leads to homosexuality — is verboten too. (Please read Good Baptist Boys Don't Masturbate, Oh Yes, They Do!) This kind of thinking breeds immature, juvenile men; men who are weak; men who are not in control of their sexuality; men who see women primarily as objects of sexual gratification. Ellis, Graham, and Pence would likely object to my characterization of their beliefs, but it seems clear, at least to me, that women are treated as dangerous, seductive beings who must be avoided lest being alone with them leads to intercourse on office and study floors. This kind of thinking objectifies women, turning them into chattel used for male sexual gratification. Since the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God condemns all sexual behavior except married heterosexual vaginal intercourse, (preferably in the missionary position, and primarily for human propagation), any relationship or circumstance that could, even remotely, lead to moral compromise must be resolutely avoided. (A separate discussion is whether consensual adult sex with someone other than your wife or sex between unmarrieds is necessarily “wrong.”) As I have stated time and again on this blog, Evangelical men need to grow up and own their sexuality. If they can't control themselves when around physically and sexually attract women, the fault is theirs. Plenty of men are around women publicly and privately, yet they, somehow, keep themselves from having sex with them. These men have learned how to control their thoughts and behaviors. I have viewed countless women whom I have found attractive. My wife and I, now that we no longer concern ourselves with thoughts of God, judgment, and hell, are free to say to the other, that's an attractive man/woman. Both of us have found it interesting the type of people the other is attracted to. Men I thought Polly would consider hot often elicit a meh from her — she really likes gay guys. Similarly, the kind of woman Polly thinks I would be attracted to often elicits a shrug from me. It's liberating to be able to express my thoughts, interests, and desires without worrying that it could lead to adultery — a sin, according to the B-i-b-l-e, that lands offenders in the Lake of Fire." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
Hosts Stephany Spaulding, Laura Truax and Dan Deitrich sit down with Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis to talk about her new book, Fierce Love: A Bold Path to Ferocious Courage and Rule-Breaking Kindness That Can Heal the World. Rev. Dr. Laura Truax is senior pastor of LaSalle Street Church in Chicago and serves on the Seminary Advisory Board at the University of Dubuque. Dr. Truax holds a master of divinity degree from Loyola University and a Doctor of Ministry degree from the joint program of North Park Seminary and Fuller Theological Seminary. She is the author of Undone: When coming apart puts you back together (2013) and Love Let Go: Radical Generosity for the real world (2017) and is part of the Red Letter Christians. @revtruax // facebook.com/laura.truax1 Rev. Dr. Stephany Rose Spaulding is pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Colorado Springs, associate professor of Women's and Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS) and former U.S. Senate candidate for the state of Colorado. She holds a B.A. in English from Clark Atlanta University, as well as a M.A. in American Literature and a Ph. D. in American Studies both from Purdue University. She is the author of Recovering from Racism: A Guidebook to Beginning Conversations (2015) and Abolishing White Masculinity from Mark Twain to Hiphop: Crisis in Whiteness (2014). @drstephanyrose // facebook.com/stephanyrose Doug Pagitt is the Executive Director and one of the founders of Vote Common Good. He is also a pastor, author, and social activist. @pagitt The Common Good Podcast is produced and edited by Daniel Deitrich. @danieldeitrich Our theme music is composed by Ben Grace. @bengracemusic votecommongood.com votecommongood.com/podcast facebook.com/votecommongood twitter.com/votecommon
Episode 48 - Dr. Dan Engle Hardware and Software: Psychedelics, Wellness and More In this all new episode of the MAPS Podcast, Zach facilitates a discussion with Dr. Dan Engle as he takes us on an amazingly informative, insightful and useful walk through the many conditions that present all of us in this journey of being human. Dan's knowledge of both "hardware and software" in relationship to the human condition rises to the level of a true master in the fields of wellness, psychedelic application, integrative medicine and so much more. Dan Engle, MD, is a psychiatrist with a clinical practice that combines aspects of regenerative medicine, psychedelic research, integrative spirituality, and peak performance. Dr. Engle is an international consultant to several global healing centers facilitating the use of long-standing indigenous plant medicines for healing and awakening. He is the Founder and Medical Director of Kuya Institute for Transformational Medicine in Austin, Texas; Full Spectrum Medicine, a psychedelic integration and educational platform; and Thank You Life, a non-profit funding stream supporting access to psychedelic therapies. Dr. Engle is the author of The Concussion Repair Manual: A Practical Guide to Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries, as well as his new book, A Dose of Hope: A Story of MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy.
Founder and CEO of the Sanctuary Project comes on to talk about her testimony of overcoming abuse and addiction. She also tells her healing journey story of how she learned to love again. Holly Christine Hayes is Founder + CEO of Sanctuary Project, a survivor-run nonprofit social enterprise employing and empowering women who've survived lives of trafficking, violence and addiction in Austin,TX. Holly was rescued out of a life of trauma nearly 20 years ago and knows the path to recovery can be long and rocky. Her vision and leadership create a safe space for other survivors to grow in practical skills, unleash their creativity, embrace their femininity, and heal their hearts – all in community with other survivors. Sanctuary Project was named "Business to Watch" by Austin Woman Magazine in 2020 and has been featured by media outlets such as Good Morning America, The Real and NBCLX. An award-winning author of the book From Basement to Sanctuary, Holly is passionate about sharing her vulnerable journey of healing. She speaks in jails, churches, recovery communities and conferences all over the globe. Holly and her husband, Jeff, enjoy life on a hobby farm and vineyard outside of Austin, with their chickens, goats, cows, dogs and their one-year-old daughter Havana. Website: https://sanctuaryproject.com/ Video: https://sanctuaryproject.com/about/ Target: https://www.target.com/sp/sanctuary-project/-/N-10005040 Instagram: @hollychristinehayes; @sanctuary_project Facebook: @HollyChristineHayes; @wearesanctuaryproject Trigger Warning: Please be advised that this episode discusses domestic violence and abuse. These topics may be sensitive and potential triggers for some listeners. If you or someone you know is facing an abusive relationship, please call the National Domestic Abuse Hotline at 1-(800)-799-7233 Trafficking Hotline: If you or someone you know is showing signs of being trafficked, please contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline 1 (888) 373-7888 Are you always saying that there are no ‘good Christian singles'? We have hundreds of eligible singles in our Drop the Hanky Dating Program! Women: https://www.heartofdating.com/dth-girls Men: https://www.heartofdating.com/dth-guys Crushing on a cutie? Download this FREE Resource on how to show interest: https://www.heartofdating.com/resource/how-to-show-interest Want to further your dating knowledge? Check out our ultimate dating library! https://www.heartofdating.com/resource/ultimate-dating-library Kait wrote a book! Snag Thank You For Rejecting Me on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3E59cLQ Want to meet some epic Christian Singles? Join our huge HOD Family on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/heartofdatingpodcast Come hang with us on the gram: http://instagram.com/heartofdating http://instagram.com/kaitness . . . . . A quick thank you to some of our friends! Faithful Counseling: Our #1 resource for affordable, reliable, Christian therapy. You can get 10% off your first month by going to http://getfaithful.com/heartofdating Compassion International: Do you have a burning desire to be a parent but feel stuck in singleness? Do you want to make a lasting, powerful impact in your life as a single? We are a proud partner of Compassion International. Our community of singles has sponsored hundreds of kids all around the world, and we'd love to invite you to join us on this compelling mission. http://compassion.com/heartofdating
In today's podcast episode, Bonnie is joined by a fellow dietitian, Emma. Emma struggled with orthorexia that was fueled by the body comments she got when she lost weight like “Hey, you look so great.” This kept her stuck in the cycle of eating the same exact meals and snacks for months, resisting to believe that it's okay to live in a bigger body, and dieting to the point where her hair fell out and she lost her period. In today's episode, Bonnie & Emma talk about: Putting an end to weight stigma. Finding the courage to embrace your unique beauty and the confidence to love yourself at any size. How to navigate the fear of weight gain. What orthorexia is & steps to overcome it. Fashion in a plus-size body. How to improve your self-worth. Connect with Emma: Website: https://nutritionalblonde.com Instagram: @emmanacewicz Emma's Free body confidence makeover: https://nutritionalblonde.com/confidence-freebie Have questions you'd like Bonnie to answer on the podcast? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Ready to eat without guilt? Apply to group coaching here. Enjoy the podcast? Leave an honest rating & review on Apple podcasts here.
We know and understand our side of the story, but what about the ex/bio-mom perspective? In this episode Christina chats with Katie, a single-mom who unpacks the feelings behind her previous high-conflict tendencies. Katie shares the hard work she's done to find peace within herself and her co-parenting relationship. Why does the ex react like that? Does she really hate you? Listen in! About My Guest: Katie is a Coparenting Coach and Mom of two young children, who has been co-parenting for almost five years. She's been the “crazy bio-mom” a time or two, but has now reformed and peacefully collaborates with her co-parent and his partner. Proof that it can be done! You can find her on Instagram @coparentingpeacefully and www.coparentingpeacefully.com **This episode is sponsored by StepMom Magazine. Use discount code: Radical20 to save 20% ** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radicalstepmoms/message
A common symptom of menopause is loss of sex drive, and it not only affects our own self-esteem, but it can also affect our relationships. The thing is, some think we're not supposed to struggle with sex and that it's something that's just supposed to happen naturally. What's worse is if it's not really working… something must be wrong. As a result, people tend to feel broken, inadequate or really afraid. But there is a way to share pleasure and connection with your partner and it doesn't need to be stressful. We're here to let you know that nothing is broken. Discussion Points: [2:24] How Jessa became a sex therapist [3:28] Divorce, existential crisis, and perimenopausal [6:23] Effects of grief and loss to one's sex life [7:41] Difficulties in talking about sexuality [9:17] Addressing incorrect beliefs about sexuality [11:19] How to deal with people who have bouts of trauma and suffering [13:17] Dealing with people who have fixed mindsets [14:54] Common sexual issues for women in menopause [18:27] The tendency to overlook sexual dysfunction and pain [19:36] Sex therapy includes discovery and education about sexuality [21:50] How to address people with sexual trauma [23:41] Jessa's take on orgasmic meditation [25:51] Views about aids to sexual pleasure [26:18] Preferences, desire discrepancy, and sexual mismatch [27:54] Communicating with the partner about sexual issues [29:07] The lack of proper medium for sex education [30:40] Detaching fantasies and goals from intimacy [32:24] Recovering from a rut [35:47] Nothing is broken About the Guest: Jessa Zimmerman is an author, podcast host, and certified sex therapist and couples counselor. She helps couples who are avoiding sexual activities because of negativity, stress, disappointment, and pressure. Jessa also coaches couples to overcome such experiences to enjoy and maintain a healthy intimate and sexual relationship. Resources: Check my latest podcast or listen to the previous ones (https://www.menopausemovement.com/podcast) Connect with me on Instagram (@drmichellegordon) Follow me on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/drmichellegordon) Visit Jessa Zimmerman's website (https://intimacywithease.com/) Listen to the Better Sex podcast (https://intimacywithease.com/podcast/) Download Jessa's free resource (https://jessazimmerman.mykajabi.com/opt-in-e1c80391-fe9b-414f-937a-16daae78061a) Books mentioned in this episode (As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases): Sex Without Stress (Paid Link: https://amzn.to/37w59KD) For more podcast episodes, you may also visit my website. Tune in and subscribe to The Menopause Movement Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Thank you for tuning in! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode, I'm chatting with Canadian Actress, Model, and Wellness Influencer, Alyssa Lynch. You may recognize her from the iconic Chainsmokers lyric video ‘Closer'. We talk about moving to LA and manifesting your passions and dreams to fruition, body image and recovery through disordered eating, her morning routine rituals, colonics, and more. To get today's hot tip, ask for 'Alyssa's Secret Matcha' at Erewhon's Tonic Bar. To connect with Alyssa, click HERE. To connect with Siff, click HERE. To learn more about Arrae, click HERE. To learn more about Icing & Glitter, click HERE. Produced by Dear Media
Kisha in her own words: “I grew up in Virginia, a gymnast and cheerleader, playing softball and soccer. I knew I was bound to do something special, but I didn't know what. When it comes to my career, I'm often called a ‘bad-ass.' As the Managing Director of Portland's Artists Repertory Theatre, I feel at home on a stage in front of thousands of people. When it comes to spending time outside, however, I wasn't what you would call an “outdoors woman.” I didn't camp. I didn't spend hours in the woods. Yet, when I moved to Portland, I found a love I didn't know existed: my love of hiking. Days spent exploring all of the swimming holes and waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest transitioned into my first solo trip to Reykjavнk, Iceland. I scuba-dived, hiked through Gullfoss, Skуgafoss, Hengifoss, and ﬁingvellir, and I HIKED UP AND THROUGH A GLACIER! Me! All 240 pounds of me. I became a superhuman on that trip. I'm a fat, Black woman with Lupus who hikes glaciers, mutherf*ckers! My outdoor exploration unlocked something in me. After that, I was unstoppable! When I returned home, I wanted to hike all the time. I bought sturdy hiking shoes. I started reading outdoor magazines, watching Eco-Challenge and going into every outdoor store. I was inspired…but I never saw anyone that looked like me. I didn't let that stop me. I've been moving since, continuing to have solo journeys and proving to myself time after time that just because I look the way I do, doesn't mean I'm not strong and powerful - nor does it mean that these adventures are not for me!” “I'm undertaking my biggest challenge yet. I am hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail, from the Continental Divide to the Pacific Ocean. I am hiking to change the narrative. It matters to me to share my journey because not only did I not think I couldn't do this as a child, but I never even knew stuff like this existed. I know my story will have bigger resonance with others. I know I can be the representation I never saw. I want to offer an invitation to a journey of self-discovery and an introduction to a lifelong passion. And I hope we can do this together. — Kisha Jarrett” New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you. Show notes Who is Kisha and what she does The traditional lands of Portland Moving to Portland 5 years ago Growing up in a small town in Virginia Not spending time in the outdoors Falling in love with hiking Going on her first solo travel trip to Iceland Climbing a glacier and feeling empowered Being diagnosed with lupus Wanting to do all the things Heading to Bali in Feb 2020 Why Iceland Being told that she couldn't do it. Becoming more aware of her body The pivotal moments Taking the first steps into living a life of adventure Google! Looking different and not seeing herself in the media Black Girl in the Woods The dream of thru-hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail Looking for exploration and a different type of challenge Deciding not to do a solo thru hike How the documentary came about Finding information about Native Land in USA Native Land App Preparations for thru hiking Finding gear to fit her body Getting a pack fitted Learning over the past year by doing Thinking about impact planning Financials of a thru hike Planning to hike in summer 2022 Needing to hike in an alternative manner Dealing with the setbacks from the first thru-hike Processing and dealing with the experience Feeling disappointed and moving forward Recovering from surgery Top tips to encourage you to start Social Media Black Girl In The Woods - chronicles Kisha Jarrett's 1,200-mile journey as a Black, plus-sized woman with chronic pain thru-hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail. Website: www.blackgirlinthewoods.org Instagram: @black.girl.in.the.woods @kisha.j Twitter: @BGITW_doc
In this episode, Tracy J. Edmonds, the author of Wild Hair and the owner of TJE Coaching and Consulting, explains how authenticity can disrupt gender bias, help us connect with others, and transform women into more effective and visible leaders. Subscribe! Time-stamped show notes are below. Intro 1:20 Tracy J. Edmonds is a mom, coach, consultant, and author of Wild Hair Episode Breakdown 1:55 In today's episode we discuss: What is authenticity and how do we discover who we are How does authenticity impact leadership, working moms, vulnerability, and workplace culture How does authenticity relate to each element of the Parity Prescription and practical advice for listeners striving to be authentic at work Who is Tracy J. Edmonds? 2:35 Recovering corporate soldier, 31 year corporate veteran, former Chief Diversity Officer of Fortune 500 company 2:53 Pivoting to entrepreneurship and unlearning in order to chart a new path 3:00 Now coaches women and offers diversity consulting - TJE Coaching & Consulting, LLC What is authenticity? 3:30 Important for women to be authentic but it is challenging in male-dominated organizations and industries 4:00 Definitions of authentic, Webster's definition 4:12 Authenticity is also being true to yourself 4:40 We all have different lived experiences and being true to ourselves is different for each of us How do we discover our own authenticity? 5:15 Discovering your own authenticity is challenging 5:30 Don't assume that you know who you are 5:54 We are often defined by expectations of others 6:16 Discovering your own authenticity is a journey and takes time 6:20 4 principles of authenticity Self honesty - look internally about who you are and what you want Courage - how do you put your fear in action Confidence - have a healthy respect for who you are and your abilities Resilience - stay the course over a lifetime 7:50 Tracy's motivation to write Wild Hair 8:55 Tracy's moments of dissonance or disagreements between her authentic self and what was expected of her 9:15 Tracy straightened her hair for many years 10:25 As the Chief Diversity Officer, she decided to make a change and wear her hair naturally - this was Tracy's “wild hair moment” 10:55 Tracy's actions were freeing for many women, particularly Black women 11:50 Too much emphasis on women's appearances and impact of COVID 12:45 COVID created chaos but that gives us the opportunity to make change How does authenticity impact leadership, working moms, vulnerability, and workplace culture? 14:40 People rate women highly on leadership skills but men recieve more leadership roles 15:00 Authentic leadership can help women be seen inside organizations and disrupt unconscious bias 15:45 Women don't need to check the box for all requirements to lean in and seek leadership opportunities 17:00 It is empowering for women to think about: What is it that I do that no one else can? What makes me unique? What impact can I make through what I have and what I do? 18:30 Increased focus on mothers due to COVID 19:05 Understanding your own authenticity can help you navigate motherhood/parenthood 19:45 Story of woman preparing for maternity leave 20:55 Greatest challenge is when we're out of integrity with ourselves (ie, working instead of attending a baseball game or vice versa) 21:40 Easy for us to “lose ourselves” as we struggle to keep up with work and personal life 23:10 Navigating careers and work-life balance is easier when there are male allies providing support 23:42 Importance of vulnerability in being authentic 24:50 Only be vulnerable when it adds value - being overly vulnerable or giving TMI can be harmful 25:30 Underrepresented groups have more on the line than others so we need to be careful about vulnerability 26:23 Being authentically vulnerable can create authentic connections 28:23 Tips for being vulnerable: Always add value when seeking new connections Give context to your story Speak a universal truth 30:35 When is it time to leave your job? Consider, what are your goals/values and can your organization help you meet those goals/values 30:45 Changing culture is challenging to execute and takes time 34:20 Maya Angelou quote: “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” 34:25 Great Resignation: We can't unsee what we saw and unlearn progress like acceleration of digitization and success of WFH. 36:33 COVID caused us to reprioritize our lives 37:02 Work is an activity and not a place How does authenticity relate to each element of the Parity Prescription and practical advice for listeners striving to be authentic at work? 38:50 The Parity Prescription is: Stop Trying to Change Women Create Diverse Teams Recognize Unconscious Bias Intentionally Include Partner with Men as Allies Talk About the Issues 39:27 How can women resist the very real pressure to conform? 40:45 Many women feel pressure to conform - don't work where you are “less than” or must conform, but have a plan before walking out the door 42:00 When women are on boards and in senior leadership roles, organizations have better financial outcomes 42:27 Men can be terrific allies and are often those men with daughters or who are married to BIPOC women 43:10 Tips to detect pressure to conform 44:40 We all show up in different ways and leaders don't always look the same 45:00 Example of woman who conformed and modeled the behavior of men to get to the top but it took her 2x as long as her male peers 46:25 Women experience unconscious bias in different ways 47:18 Black women have additional unconscious biases to navigate - intersectionality is a challenge 48:18 Trust can be a challenge for women at work 50:30 Story of how authenticity can disrupt unconscious bias 52:57 Practical tips to increase inclusion Remember that the world is bigger than your backyard Work with different people Make sure the introverts have space to speak up on calls Be willing to be vulnerable Have a learning mindset 56:18 Effective male allies need to be vulnerable and admit that they don't know everything; reflect on times when they were in a group, didn't fit in, and they knew it. 59:55 The shadow of top leaders creates culture and they need to set the tone so that it is ok to talk about the issues Where You Can Find Us Website: www.par-ity.com Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn Co-Hosts: Deborah Pollack-Milgate and Cathy Nestrick Today's Guest: Tracy J. Edmonds Email CathyAndDeborah@par-ity.com with questions or comments
Recovering from Techtober, and getting back into the swing of reviewing some fun tech! AT&T and Verizon slow the spread of 5G due to concerns over aircraft safety. The FCC is approving Boeing’s plans for a satellite internet system. Indiegogo is going to start verifying projects before publishing. Facebook plans to delete face tracking data. … Continue reading "#SGGQA 228: 5G Rollout Slows, Facebook Stops Tracking Faces, Pixel 6 Repairing, Pixel Fold Camera Rumor"
In today's episode I'm joined by Tara Bixby, LPC a therapist, activist, and anxiety coach working to change the mental health narrative. We discuss… - Tara's journey from cosmetologist, to 911 dispatcher, to clinician in an all male prison, to an anxiety coach and therapist - The prevalence of suicide in the United States and why we need to normalize mental health challenges - How everyone is susceptible to mental health challenges - The impact of the nervous system on our mental health - Why it's important to move away from identifying as your mental illness diagnosis - The first steps you should take if you're struggling with severe depression and suicidality - Healing after a suicide attempt This week's episode is brought to you by Storyworth. Send your loved ones unique, thought-provoking questions to strengthen your relationships by going to storyworth.com/reality and save $10 on your first purchase. This week's episode is brought to yo buy Redeeming Love. Watch Redeeming Love in theaters on January 21st and learn more by heading to redeeminglovemovie.com. If you or someone you know needs addiction treatment please visit www.ororecovery.com Follow Alexis (@itsalexishaines), join our Facebook group, and follow @recoveringfromreality on Instagram to stay up to date on all things RFR! You can also enroll in Alexis' Life Reset Course at liferesetcourse.com to learn the exact, tools to recover from limiting and self- sabotaging beliefs, thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviors and replace them with new ones that will set you up for the life you deserve and are fully capable of as you integrate the learnings and tools in your life. Produced by Dear Media
*Trigger warning - today we chat about losing your home to a fire, some listeners may find this triggering and choose to skip this episode or listen at another time*Nomes is a longtime listener, passionate member of the Head, Heart & Home Course and all round wonderful person. In March 2018, Nomes tragically lost her home in a fire. Today almost 4 years on from that traumatic experience she tells us what her journey has been like thus far. She has incredible insight to share and lots of wisdom and advice to offer to others on how to navigate such a dark time. So come with us and hear how Nomes' decluttering journey and relationship with stuff was impacted by the fire and how the Head, Heart & Home Course changed her life!! There is so much gold in today's episode that we know you will be touched by Nomes story.In this episode Nomes;● Tells her story and reflects on the aftermath of the fire;● Gives her thoughts around developing a strong connection to stuff due to suffering a tragic loss;● Shares how she was eventually able to let stuff go again;● Offers advice to others on having to declutter after a traumatic experience;● Highlights that some positives came out of the losing everything;And so so so so much more...We hope from this conversation we all learn something and put a smile on your face!Things mentioned in this episode and other helpful links:● Moving House Episode● Storage Units Episode● Sentimental Papers Episode● Sentimental Items Episode● Offloading Episode● Mental Health Episode● Mental Health Care Episode● Mental Load Episode● Head, Heart & Home CourseTV shows mentioned● Only Murders in the Building● CSIWhere to get help in an crisis● The Salvos● The Australian Red CrossTo Nomes - thank you so much for sharing your experience with us and our listeners. We love you and thank you for always being supportive and encouraging of us and those in our community.For more details on how to connect with us head to our website.For details on becoming a Patreon supporter take a look here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.