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Emotional pain associated with, or characterized by, feelings of disadvantage, loss, despair, grief, helplessness, disappointment and sorrow

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RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022
Doctors That Delivered Babies Where The Mom Clearly Cheated, What Happened?

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 21:02


Doctors That Delivered Babies Where The Mom Clearly Cheated, What Happened?Cheating Wife Stories is a place where people can come to hear stories of wives or girlfriends cheating. Plus some good revenge on Cheat Wives and Girlfriends. These stories also serve to let people currently going through the heartbreak a place to come and know they ARE NOT ALONE.Marriage Is A Bad Investment!#infidelity #cheating #relationships #cheatingstoriesreddit stories,cheating stories,reddit cheating stories,cheating wife,reddit relationship stories,surviving infidelity,reddit cheating stories updates,reddit cheating horror stories,new reddit cheating stories,sad cheating stories reddit,cheating girlfriend,stories cheating,cheating wife stories,wife cheating,wife cheating stories,cheating girlfriend stories,cheating wives and girlfriend stories,My Cheating Wife Almost Let Me DIE in The Hospital

Cheating Wives and Girlfriend Stories 2022
Doctors That Delivered Babies Where The Mom Clearly Cheated, What Happened?

Cheating Wives and Girlfriend Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 21:02


Doctors That Delivered Babies Where The Mom Clearly Cheated, What Happened?Cheating Wife Stories is a place where people can come to hear stories of wives or girlfriends cheating. Plus some good revenge on Cheat Wives and Girlfriends. These stories also serve to let people currently going through the heartbreak a place to come and know they ARE NOT ALONE.Marriage Is A Bad Investment!#infidelity #cheating #relationships #cheatingstoriesreddit stories,cheating stories,reddit cheating stories,cheating wife,reddit relationship stories,surviving infidelity,reddit cheating stories updates,reddit cheating horror stories,new reddit cheating stories,sad cheating stories reddit,cheating girlfriend,stories cheating,cheating wife stories,wife cheating,wife cheating stories,cheating girlfriend stories,cheating wives and girlfriend stories,My Cheating Wife Almost Let Me DIE in The Hospital

Slightly Offens*ve W/ Elijah Schaffer
Ep 254 | Summer of RAGE! Fetus-Eaters STRIKE | Guests Drew Hernandez, Josh Lekach & Kalen D'Almeida

Slightly Offens*ve W/ Elijah Schaffer

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 73:56


Today we cover how a baby does not equal a snack. Sad that we have to say that! Drew Hernandez from "Frontlines" is in the studio destroying these baby-killing feminists, Josh Lekach from the "Wrong Opinion" podcast also breaks down the insanity of how powerful and corrupt the mainstream media is, and Kalen D'Almeida talks about what it's like being with these protesters. We are sick of these demonic people! They must be stopped, immediately! ________________________________________________________________ ⇩ TODAY'S SPONSORS ⇩ iTargetPro: Go to https://www.itargetpro.com/, right now, and SAVE 10% PLUS, GET FREE SHIPPING with the offer code OFFENSIVE. This makes a great gift for Father's day and is less expensive than a few hours at the range. FirstLeaf: Sign up today and you'll get your first 6 bottles for $29.95 plus free shipping. Go to TryFirstleaf.com/OFFENSIVE. Get your first 6 bottles for $29.95 plus free shipping. TryFirstleaf.com/OFFENSIVE Relief Band: If you go to Reliefband.com and use promo code OFFENSIVE you'll receive 20% off plus free shipping and a no questions asked 30-day money back guarantee. Remember, it's better to have a Reliefband and not need it, then to need it and not have it . ________________________________________________________________ ⇩ FOLLOW THE GUESTS⇩ Drew Hernandez: IG: https://www.instagram.com/drewhernandezlive/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrewHLive SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/DrewHernandez/videos Also Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/turningpointusa/playlists Josh Lekach IG: https://www.instagram.com/joshlekach/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshLekach SUBSCRIBE: https://wrongop.gumroad.com HELP HIM GET TO 1,000 SUBSCRIBERS (Only 5$ a month) Kalen D'Almeida IG: https://www.instagram.com/fromkalen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FromKalen ________________________________________________________________ Become a subscriber at BlazeTV https://get.blazetv.com/slightly-offensive/ use my code "ELIJAH" to get $10 off a full year ________________________________________________________________ Slightly Offens*ve Merch: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/elijah-schaffer ________________________________________________________________ ➤BOOKINGS/INQUIRIES: JOSIAH@SLIGHTLYOFFENSIVE.COM _________________________________________________________________ ⇩ SOCIAL MEDIA ⇩ ➤ INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/slightlyoffensive.tv ➤ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer ➤ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/officialslightlyoffensive _________________________________________________________________ The Idea Of A Free Society...For Kids! Head to https://teachrealprinciples.com for a unique book series that introduces the important ideas that schools no longer teach. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Morning Toast
S5 Ep64: The Stryce Brothers: Friday, May 20th, 2022

The Morning Toast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 57:02


Rihanna Gives Birth, Welcomes First Baby with Boyfriend A$AP Rocky (Page Six) ‘Jersey Shore' Stars Slam ‘2.0' Show With New Cast: It ‘Will Exploit' Original (Page Six) How Raold Dahl's “Matilda” Inspired A Song On Harry Styles' New Album (Page Six) Margot Robbie To Star in Ocean's 11 Prequel: Everything We Know (E! News) ‘Downton Abbey' Star Kevin Doyle Stands up for ‘Sad' Character (NY Post) The Kardashians Recap The Morning Toast with Claudia (@girlwithnojob) and Jackie Oshry (@jackieoshry) Merch: https://shopmorningtoast.com/ The Morning Toast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themorningtoast Girl With No Job by Claudia Oshry: https://www.girlwithnojob.com/book

The Sherman & Tingle Show
See Ya Later, Rachel!

The Sherman & Tingle Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 4:05


The Sherman & Tingle Show - WDRV-FM Chicago

Grand Theft Life
#143 - The Recession is Here and What Sports Like F1 and The NHL Mean to Cities

Grand Theft Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 50:41


Listen in podcast appIn this week's episode of Reformed Millennials, Joel introduces his new co-host who dives into markets, the F1 Race in Miami, the impact of playoffs on cities and whether or Uber will ever make as much money as Yellow Cab.Listen on Apple, Spotify, or Google Podcasts.If you aren’t in the Reformed Millennials Facebook Group join us for daily updates, discussions, and deep dives into the investable trends Millennials should be paying attention to.👉 For specific investment questions or advice contact Joel @ Gold Investment Management.📈📊Market Update💵📉This weeks market update is long but brought to you by a fantastic Gavin Baker tweet storm.First, a break down from Joel and then an explanation from Gavin on why today ISN’T the 2000 dot com bust.One of the major characteristics of bear markets is very high correlations between stocks regardless of their current or expected fundamentals. We saw that last week when in the first half most stocks sold off together and in the second half they rallied together.During market corrections, some religiously look for stocks that show relative strength. The premise is simple – if a stock tries to break out to a new 52-week high while the general market is selling off, it is likely to be a future momentum leader.Keep a watch list of growth stocks that hold well and even try to make new highs when the market is in a correction but keep in mind that those growth stocks are not very likely to make big sustained moves until the market starts to climb.We are in the midst of a bear market bounce. It could last only a few days or a few weeks. Any such climb would be classically defined as a climb of the “wall of worry”. After a few months of selling, most market participants are not thinking about buying dips blindly and are not trusting the rallies. It will take a long time for this sentiment to change which means that excessive volatility and frequent reversals are still here to stay for the time being.FROM GAVIN BAKER: This is nothing like 2000. Valuations for tech peaked in 2020. At the 2020 peak on a cap weighted basis, the 10 largest tech companies in the Nasdaq traded at a 44% discount to the largest tech companies at the 2000 peak using NTM EPS and 58% discount using LTM EPS.We are 21 months post peak valuation in 2020 and today’s multiples for the 10 largest tech companies on a cap weighted basis are 67% below the 2000 peak valuations on a NTM basis and 79% below on a LTM basis.There is an even bigger divergence in actual business performance. TTM EPS for the 10 largest tech co’s *declined* 73% in the 21 months post peak valuation. TTM EPS for the 10 largest tech co’s today has *grown* 71% since peak valuations 21 months ago.Because of this growth, today’s 10 largest tech stocks are significantly *cheaper* today, 21 months post peak valuation than the year 2000 stocks 21 months post their peak valuation despite the year 2000 stocks having declined 80%ish at this point past peak.Valuation multiples for the top 10 have compressed 40% in the 21 months since the 2020 peak, which is *more* than the 31% compression in the 21 months post the 2000 peak. Simultaneous multiple compression and fundamental EPS implosion was what killed tech in 2000.To approximate a year 2000 style meltdown, EPS for the 10 largest tech companies would have to decline 73%. This is not going to happen.A 73% decline in EPS is not going to happen even in a severe recession given how many of today’s tech companies have either entirely or partly recurring revenues. And for software, Covid showed that a “software contract is better than first lien debt.”So much of the revenue for 2000 tech companies was “capex” for their customers that could easily be turned off or deferred. Revenue for many of today’s large cap tech companies is open for their customers and their customers go out of business if they defer payment.Am going to run the exact numbers but likely only 5-15% of revenue for the 10 companies from 2000 was recurring given the dominance of hardware and upfront software license revenue. This number is *much* higher for today’s companies so EPS will be much more resilient.Yes, internet advertising would shrink in a recession, but only slightly given any recession is likely to be one with *positive* nominal GDP growth and internet advertising is a nominal good. It simply is pricing. Even better than pricing power.Y2K multiples would’ve taken the Nasdaq to a peak over 30,000. Instead it peaked at 16,000. This is nothing like the year 2000 in terms of either valuations or bottoms up fundamentals.Top down macro fundamentals are worse from an inflation perspective today and may end up worse from a rates perspective. But valuations are super low given these companies growth rates, margins and ROICs both cross-sectionally and relative to their own longitudinal history.We will see which ends being most important over the next 1, 3 and 5 years. Time will tell. But this is *nothing* like the year 2000 in any measurable, quantitative way for large cap public equities.Maybe, the software companies that engaged in wildly irresponsible fund raising at multiple well over 100x ARR are comparable in some ways. Some SPACs for sure. Reminder that no one is more at risk from high valuations than founders and employees. Sad but true.But those software companies almost all have revenue, proven, repeatable business models and likely survive. The comparable companies in Y2K didn’t even have revenue. Or business models. They were essentially PowerPoint presentations (like some 2020 SPACs).And I promise, for every large cap that anyone wants added to the 2020 comps, I can find a much more expensive large cap from 2000 that was growing slower with a lower ROIC and a more vulnerable business model.And the same goes for SMID caps. I can beat any ridiculous example someone cares to provide from 2020 with multiple even more ridiculous companies from 2000.💸Reformed Millennials - Post of The WeekDefault AliveDavid Sachs, ex-COO of Paypal and GP of Craft has an excellent recession playbook for entrepreneurs and investors that I watched on Saturday.I learned A LOT.SOME OF MY NOTES:Public markets lead VC marketsMultiples in public markets are a benchmark for investors funding ideas in the public markets.Public markets SAAS has seen multiples contract from 15X down to 5.5X NTM RevenuesThe economy has a lot of uncertainty which is leading to frozen capital marketsTiger Global has worked through 65% of its 18B investment fund.Looking at 2/3 capital deployment reduction in the second half of 2022Revenue for marketplaces should be gross margins/net revenue and not GMVCAC payback is incredibly important.HOW DOES THIS COMING RECESSION COMP TO RECESSIONS OF THE PAST:Dot Com Crash 2000-2002 ~ 2-3 yrsGreat recession 08/09 ~1.5 yearsFOR INVESTORS, THEIR FUNDRAISING BAR IS SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER:The great company features 300% revenue growth, 70% gross margins, Net dollar retention of 140%, CAC payback 6-12months, Burn multiple is 1 or lessThe good company features 200+% revenue growth annually, 50% gross margins, Net dollar retention of 120%, 12-18 month CAC payback, and a burn multiple of 1-1.5Bad - un 200% revenue growth, under 20% gross margins, net dollar retention under 100%, CAC payback under 24 months, and a burn multiple over 2Burn multiple = Net burn / Net new ARR (the lower the multiple, the more efficient it is.)extend the runway to 30 months if possible (how much money do you have to run the company)Current A-C rounds are raising at 20 X ARROPERATIONS:immediate layoffs if you’re burn multiple is 2 or lessfreeze spending at a bare minimumfocus on your CAC payback and improves margins more than Net Dollar retentionearlier the stages of your startup, the more you can justify product development and R&D spendThe best time to build a business is in a recession. Other than fundraising, everything is more manageable. Advertising is cheaper, employees are cheaper, and of higher quality during tough times, it's a great time to course-correct and find your "product-market fit".🐦 Twitter Thread of The Week 🐦F1 Twitter Thread from Pomp:My boy Anas explaining inflation with an Arabic POV:🔮Best Links of The Week🔮🛢️ U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve drops to lowest level since 1987 😅 Twitter’s CEO and Elon Musk are beefing over bot counts🌱 India open to exporting wheat to needy nations despite ban🛡️ Carlyle to buy U.S. defense contractor ManTech for $3.9 billion ⛔ Sweden’s plans for NATO membership hit snag as Turkey says no₿ $3 billion in bitcoin was sold in an attempt to save UST stablecoin This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.reformedmillennials.com

Deadtime Stories
Chapter 61: Darlie Dearest (Rebroadcast)

Deadtime Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 27:56


Somebody mentioned the case of Darlier Routier to me recently and asked if I ever covered her story. "I have!" I eagerly responded and then the story of the gum popping, silly string spraying, sweetheart Texan mother played over and over in my mind. In honor of that person asking me about Darlie, I present to them (and you of course!) our coverage of her story. Originally broadcast April 14, 2021.Written by Jordan Katcher, narrated by Schuyler Fastenau-Jones and executive produced by Daniel Fastenau-Jones. Additional voices by Janette Zosche, Taylor Shurte, Marissa Pistone, Jordan Katcher, Daniel Fastenau-Jones, Matthew MacNelly, Walker Barnes, Jeremy Staple, and Rainee Blake. Cover artwork by Catherine Fastenau. Theme music by Tracy Zales.Follow us on:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/OGDeadtimeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/theoriginaldeadtimestories/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeadtimeStoriesPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/DeadtimeThe

The Unfiltered Gentlemen
Batch304: The Cold IPA Conundrum

The Unfiltered Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:00


Cheers and unlimited beers, it's festival season! 14 Cannons head brewer Nic Bortolin stops in to talk about their upcoming beer fest, the pitfalls of checking Untappd, the silliness that is “Cold IPA,” and new yeast strains (nerd stuff).Greg is drinking Nic and his collab: Morning Watch Coffee Kölsch.Greg made the mistake of searching reviews of Morning Watch, and Nic talks about the evil that is “Untappd.” 14 Cannons is hosting their first Brews & Crews festival on May 21, and we've got a promo code! Nic also talks about all the breweries that will be on hand and the music lineup, including his own band, The Scuba Kids! The guys get Nic to open up on what the F a Cold IPA really is. He also gets nerdy and talks about two new yeast strains: one that sours without any contamination and another that eliminates the need for dry hopping. Massachusetts is bringing the vibe down for Ludicrous Libation Law.Huge news: 14 Cannons is opening a second tasting room and pilot system on the water. Modern Times is still in trouble; now, they're hoping to be sold as a whole. Stone accuses Sycamore Brewing of stealing “Keep it Juicy” first. Moonlight Brewing has a new part-owner, and they're craft again! Sad news for America's only Trappist brewery. And Apple is trying to curb drunk driving.Nic: www.instagram.com/14cannons www.14cannons.com www.instagram.com/thenicbortolin Flexy: www.instagram.com/flex_me_a_beer Craft Beer Republic: www.CraftBeerRepublic.com www.instagram.com/CraftBeerRepublic www.facebook.com/CraftBeerRepublicPod www.twitter.com/CraftBeerRepub (805) 538-2337

Daily Comedy News
The Office could have had two more seasons - why it would have been Sad and Wrong.

Daily Comedy News

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 7:48


Angela and Pam (well Angela and Jenna) have a new book about The Office and they say the cast was offered two more seasons but everyone decided it would have been Sad and Wrong. You didn't want to see Clark and Oscar episodes?Michael Che - will he or won't he. Lorne Michaels hopes he will, so he will.David Cross talks about his new show with Bob OdenkirkIs Kim Kardashian being controlling with Pete Davidson?Mike Cannon has a new special on Youtube today.Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/dcnpod - join us to to discuss comedy and your favorite comedians.Instagram is @dailycomedynewsReddit https://www.reddit.com/r/dailycomedynews/Twitter is @dcnpod because the person with what I want tweeted onceSupport the show by Buying Me A Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/dailycomedynewsGoodpods: https://goodpods.app.link/2OUMliguTkb and I am @johnnymacEmail: john at thesharkdeck dot comDaily Comedy News is a production of The Shark Deck, the leading company in short form daily podcasts.www.linktr.ee/dailycomedynewsListen Ad-Free and get the episodes early with a premium subscription for $4.99/month on Apple Podcasts. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/daily-comedy-news-podcast-a-podcast-about-comedians/id1474309028

Super Ultra Podcast Arcade
373: Xbox Exclusives Delayed

Super Ultra Podcast Arcade

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


Sad news for gamers ( or great news for the weirdos who are console war fans) coming from Bethesda. The highly anticipated Starfield ( and Redfall) are delayed till next year. The boy discuss the bad news and how it will effect Xbox this year. Also they discuss the new change to EA Sports soccer (football) game, Gotham Knights, Dr. Strange, and more. Games played in Vid: Rouge Legacy 2, Captain Toonhead vs the Punks from Outer Space, The Tale of Onogoro, Quake VR, LOH Trails of Cold Steel 4Timestamps:0:00 Intro (Sports)28:10 What we been Watching1:18:15 What we been playing1:40:04 Flashback Segment2:06:30 Gaming News2:38:34 New Releases2:46:24 Closing Timestamps:0:00 Intro (Sports)28:10 What we been Watching1:18:15 What we been playing1:40:04 Flashback Segment2:06:30 Gaming News2:38:34 New Releases2:46:24 Closing

Blind Guy Talks Tech
Using Emojis on Windows and Mac

Blind Guy Talks Tech

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 17:00


Happy face. Sad face. Pile of poo. Those words don't read well when they are spelled out like that but these days the images associated are all the rage. Yes, today we talk on the podcast all about the tiny visual images that are known as emojis. Used widely in texts, social media and in emails, they have become the shortcode for many conversations these days. For the Blind Guys Steven and Shaun this hasn't been of much interest due to their visual nature, but Robin Christopherson joins the guys today to explain how he uses them, and why he loves them too. On Windows, to bring up the emoji options it is simply Windows + period key, but on the Mac it requires a free and cool app called Rocket. Listen to the demo by Robin on today's episode and let us know your thoughts on all things emoji by emailing hello@blindguytalkstech.com or call and leave us a voicemail on 0204 571 3354.

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio - maj 16, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 15:28


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

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From Center Ice
Cozy Cast Ep. 2 - Sad Cast

From Center Ice

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:47


Welcome to Episode 2 of the From Center Ice Cozy Cast. All Round 1 NHL series have wrapped. So we have a nice little Round 1 review and a look forward to the 2nd Round of the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs.  We also have some more AHL series that have gone final.  And, sadly,  both of my teams are out In their respective leagues. The Toronto Maple Leafs lost In 7 to Tampa. The Rockford IceHogs lost in 3 to the Chicago Wolves. Sad.  Find more From Center Ice: https://www.fromcenterice.com/ https://www.patreon.com/fromcenterice  https://www.youtube.com/c/fromcenterice  https://twitter.com/vfcentericepod  https://www.instagram.com/fromcentericepod/  https://www.facebook.com/fromcentericepod   

ReddX Neckbeards and Nerd Cringe
ReddX's Nice Guys Posts: Tinder discrimination is real! Trust the incel, he knows all about it!! LOL

ReddX Neckbeards and Nerd Cringe

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 66:26


In this episode of r/niceguys, we cover some walls of text. Simps of this caliber make me want to leave the planet. It's hard to stomach, but I'll be there to help see you through it. We'll do this nice guy reddit post together friends. But there is no reprieve from the cringe, so make sure you buckle yourself in securely.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/reddxyDiscord: https://discord.gg/Sju7YckUWuPayPal: https://www.paypal.me/daytondoesPatreon: http://patreon.com/daytondoesTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/daytondoesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReddXD/Teespring: https://teespring.com/stores/reddx

Kallaway on the Rise
KALLAWAY AIR The620BucksLoseNoHitterAndLost 051622

Kallaway on the Rise

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 1:46


Sad to see the Milwaukee Bucks end their season this way..but we have a lot to rebound on (see what I did there) for next year!! Plus..the strangest outcome for a baseball game..the team that threw a no-hitter and lost anyway!!! The stories on our "6:20am Break" from Kallaway On The Rise!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Calvary Chapel South Bay
The Beatitudes - Happy are the Sad (Matthew 5:4)

Calvary Chapel South Bay

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 45:59


This is the message from our Sunday morning service on 5/15/2022 titled "The Beatitudes - Happy are the Sad" on Matthew 5:4 with Pastor Jeff Gill.

Bandana Blues, founded by Beardo, hosted by Spinner
Bandana Blues #946 - British Sixties

Bandana Blues, founded by Beardo, hosted by Spinner

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 98:58


Show #946 British Sixties Spinner goes back to the 1960s with rhythm & blues from England collected by his brother. 01. Georgie Fame - Pride and Joy (2:29) (Fame at Last, Columbia Records, 1964) 02. Alexis Korner - Little Bitty Girl (6:30) (A New Generation of Blues, Philips Records, 1968) 03. Keef Hartley Band - Not Foolish Not Wise (4:01) (The Battle Of North West Six, Deram Records, 1969) 04. Dr. K's Blues Band - Pet Cream Man (6:30) (Dr. K's Blues Band, Spark Records, 1968) 05. Zoot Money's Big Roll Band - The One And Only Man (3:32) (Zoot!, Columbia Records, 1966) 06. Ken Colyer's Skiffle Group - Streamline Train (2:45) (45 RPM Extended Play, Decca Records, 1955) 07. Alexis Korner - Streamline Train (2:34) (I Wonder Who?, Fontana Records, 1967) 08. Long John Baldry - You're Breaking My Heart (4:35) (Long John's Blues, United Artists Records, 1965) 09. Savoy Brown - It's My Own Fault (5:02) (Shake Down, Decca Records, 1967) 10. Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated - I Wanna Put a Tiger in Your Tank (2:57) (R&B from the Marquee, Ace Of Clubs Records, 1962) 11. Ten Years After - I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always (10:41) (Undead, Deram Records, 1968) 12. The Graham Bond Organization - Have You Ever Loved A Woman (4:55) (There's A Bond Between Us, Columbia Records, 1965) 13. Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated - Rainy Tuesday (4:25) (Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated, Ace Of Clubs Records, 1965) 14. Love Sculpture - Don't Answer The Door (6:05) (Blues Helping, Parlophone Records, 1968) 15. The Graham Bond Organization - Wade In The Water (2:45) (The Sound Of 65, Columbia Records, 1965) 16. Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers - Steal Your Heart Away (3:34) (Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers, Parlophone Records, 1965) 17. Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated - Woke Up This Morning (2:44) (Red Hot from Alex, Transatlantic Records, 1964) 18. Zoot Money's Big Roll Band - Feelin' Sad (6:28) (It Should've Been Me, Columbia Records, 1965) 19. Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated - Honesty (4:59) (Sky High, Spot Records, 1965) 20. Ten Years After - Adventures Of A Young Organ (2:39) (Ten Years After, Deram Records, 1967) Bandana Blues is and will always be a labor of love. Please help Spinner deal with the costs of hosting & bandwidth. Visit www.bandanablues.com and hit the tipjar. Any amount is much appreciated, no matter how small. Thank you.

ReddX Neckbeards and Nerd Cringe
ReddX's Full Saga of Firebeard: Neckbeard redeems himself and starts living his best life! Yay!

ReddX Neckbeards and Nerd Cringe

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 67:10


Things are always darkest before the dawn... Even when it comes to neckbeard stories. How is a neckbeard created? Well, the process might surprise you in some scenarios. Firebeard will tell us all of the grim, tragic details.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/reddxyDiscord: https://discord.gg/Sju7YckUWuPayPal: https://www.paypal.me/daytondoesPatreon: http://patreon.com/daytondoesTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/daytondoesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReddXD/Teespring: https://teespring.com/stores/reddx

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio | Ruske snage granatiraju i napreduju, ekonomisti prate vrednost rublje, sastanak Saveta za nacionalnu bezbednost Srbije - maj 13, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 15:28


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW
Bored, Bored, Bored

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 10:15


    Hello there!  This week's Song To Chew is BORED, BORED, BORED from my “Wha'D'YaWanna Do?” family album.  Feeling bored can be very painful.  When our daily ‘distractions' recede, any painful feelings we might have stuffed away because we didn't want to deal with them, seize the opportunity to step up front and demand our attention!  Sad, scared and angry feelings get our attention!  And ‘boredom' is kind of a mix of all three!  It hurts and it comes out of not believing in ourselves.  Being bored can happen to those of us who use work to ‘medicate' our painful feelings.  We ‘busy' ourselves so our painful feelings never have a chance to surface.  It's call “being driven”!  When we feel bored, it always helps to shift our perception into a ‘wait'n see' attitude!  Life always presents us with a new focus. We just have trouble seeing what's out there, when we're bored and feeling sorry for ourselves!  Give this a try!  Put your hand on your heart.  Feel it beating, then think about our limited number of heartbeats!  Why in the world would we use them up being bored!?  It's okay to take care of ourselves by removing ourselves from unpleasant boring situations. Try listening to this song!  Singing always seems to help!  I'll be back next week with another ‘Song to Chew'.  Bye for now! ~ Subscribe to my Songs To Chew podcast = https://peteralsop.podbean.com ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1 ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop ~ www.Youtube.com/peteralsop = videos ~ www.Patreon.com/peteralsop = support my music & other artistic endeavors ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads ~ Subscribe to my Songs To Chew podcast = https://peteralsop.podbean.com ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1 ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop ~ www.Youtube.com/peteralsop = videos ~ www.Patreon.com/peteralsop = support my music & other artistic endeavors ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio | Milion žrtava kovida 19 u SAD, Bajden najavio akcije za jačanje poljoprivrede, Finska i Švedska uskoro u NATO-u? - maj 12, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 15:28


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

Walking Worthy
Comfort While Mourning

Walking Worthy

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 6:01


Mourning is part of what it means to live in a fallen sinful world. We have countless reasons to mourn—sickness, isolation, disease, disappointment, being let down by friends, separated from family, financial crisis, and the list could go on and on. Sorrow is part of what it means to be human and even a believer. What does it mean to be characterized by mourning? In today's episode, Dustin examines Jesus' words in Matthew 5:4, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.”Please visit our website: https://walkingworthypodcast.com

Rated E for Everything
S2E4-Pixar Theory-She's a Biblical Reference!?

Rated E for Everything

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 39:19


Chanel is all alone! Fire in the streets. Riots on every corner. Sad podcast episodes everywhere. Just kidding it's not that bad. Ever hear of the Pixar Theory? Learn all about it in this apocalyptic filled episode.  Chanel talks everything from sentient toys to magical witches. How does a memory impaired fish tie into artificial intelligence taking over? Listen and find out now! WE HAVE NEW MERCH!!! https://rated-e-for-everything.creator-spring.com/?Check out @yasmineabedart if you've ever watched a Pixar film or if you've ever had that weird dream where you're falling

Encourage Corner
S2E6 - I Understand

Encourage Corner

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 49:52


What's up my BK Birdies~! Your girl is back after a rough month of April and some change but we're better now.  This episode discusses a few sensitive topics such as TW: Depression, Anxiety, Lack of will to live, and brief mention  of panic attack.  Do you ever just feel sad and alone...or  feel like others just don't get where you're coming from? I understand...Let's talk about it.Special shoutout to YouTube user K-POP Filters for the  amazing Stray Kids "Lonely St." instrumental.Super special shoutout to Stray Kids and the Distr.1 team for releasing this beauty to the world and blessing our ears and hearts alike

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio | Kako će se SAD izboriti sa visokom inflacijom? Aktivisti zabrinuti zbog najava Rio tinta o litijumu u Srbiji - maj 11, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 15:28


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

Sorry, I'm Sad
What if it All Works Out: One Year Later with Sandra Abrevaya

Sorry, I'm Sad

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 98:35


One year after her first appearance on Sorry, I'm Sad, Sandra Abrevaya joins Kelsie to talk about her life over the last 12 months, their friendship and their husband's shared illnesses. Sandra cofounded I Am ALS and Synapticure with her husband, Brian, after he was diagnosed with ALS about five years ago. More than an interview, this is a conversation between two friends, two women, two mothers, two wives, trying to make sense of lives they never envisioned for themselves, trying to find a way to  find joy and luck and gratitude and hope in a world that sometimes feels dark and filled with sadness. This is about finding a way to still ask, in spite of the odds -- what if it all works out? Listen to Sandra's first Sorry, I'm Sad episode. Learn more about I Am ALS. Learn more about Synapticure.Support the show

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio | Zašto još nema konačnih rezultata izbora u Srbiji? SAD ubrzavaju pomoć Ukrajini - maj 10, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 15:28


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

The SmartyPlants Podcast
Tips and Tricks - Part 1

The SmartyPlants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 57:06


On Episode 5 of The SmartyPlants Podcast, Judi and Phill discuss Tips and Tricks on how to make a plant-based lifestyle (and cooking!) more enjoyable.   When you eat this way, you have to cook because that is the only way to know exactly what's in your food. So, this means cooking your own components—things like cheese sauces, pasta sauces, and meaty tofu crumbles. Why not make cooking easier and fun? They discuss time saving tips like doubling up on recipes, prepping dressings for the week, and why this way of eating is actually less expensive than eating a SAD diet. They also talk about how having a plan is key to this way of eating, batch cooking ideas (even snacks!), repurposing components, using your freezer, spice cabinet tips, and why fun themes like Taco Tuesday are helpful. This episode is loaded with tips and tricks and a big dose of inspiration. So tune-in, and get inspired to make cooking more enjoyable!  Peace+Plants+Love Products discussed on the show:  Oculus:  https://amzn.to/3vWr8pP Vitamix Blender: https://amzn.to/3Mqdnpb  Double Compost Tumbler: https://amzn.to/3sJWDRZ  Instant Pot: https://amzn.to/3MmK1bq  Food Processor: https://amzn.to/3FSKnDY Bench Scraper: https://amzn.to/3wjCN2g  Garlic Press: https://amzn.to/3NeVtpo    Website:  SmartyPlants Website: https://smartyplants.org/  SmartyPlants 28 Day Kickstart Info: https://smartyplants.org/28-day-kickstart  SmartyPlants Weekly Meal plan Info: https://smartyplants.org/weekly-meal-plan    Follow us on social media SmartyPlants Private facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/smartyplants.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/smartyplantsorg/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SmartyPlants Twitter: https://twitter.com/smartyplantsorg  

Zero Blog Thirty
BETRAYAL

Zero Blog Thirty

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 69:59


On today's ZBT we've got 5 rounds in the magazine ... Round 1: Betrayal Round 2: #NotMyBarstool and #NotMyArmy. The Army has announced Drill Sergeants will no longer be screaming in the faces of the new recruits. Sad. Round 3: Curiouser and curiouser. More Russian energy heads are waking up dead. Some of them with toad toxins running through their veins at a rate that has never been seen. Round 4: Mark Esper is releasing a book and it talks about the craziest shit youve heard so far this week. Round 5: Your internet history might be your most protected information. What would you hate to see released the most?

Light After Trauma
Episode 94: The Different Faces of Depression with Alyssa Scolari, LPC

Light After Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 35:43


Depression might be clinically diagnosed as a very specific set of symptoms, but it is often so much more than that. Does your depression cause you to over-function? Does it cause you to under-function? Has your pain ever been invalidated because your symptoms don't look like the stereotypical symptoms of depression? If so, you are not alone! Check out the Light After Trauma website for transcripts, other episodes, Alyssa's guest appearances, and more at: www.lightaftertrauma.com Want to get more great content and interact with the show? Check us out on Instagram: @lightaftertrauma We need your help! We want to continue to make great content that can help countless trauma warriors on their journey to recovery. So, please help us in supporting the podcast by becoming a recurring patron of the show via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lightaftertrauma   Transcript: Alyssa Scolari [00:19]: Hello. Hello. Welcome back to the Light After Trauma podcast. I'm your host, Alyssa Scolari, back with a solo episode, after taking a few weeks of doing a guest episode with Rebecca Christensen. It was a two-part series on narcissistic abuse. If you haven't gotten a chance to check it out, it is very good. Go check it out. I was taking a break, mostly because I haven't been feeling that great and physically I'm feeling mostly okay. But emotionally I have not been feeling well at all. April is just not my month. And so I definitely needed a few weeks off. So Rebecca and I had done this two-part episode and I thought now was a perfect time to be able to share it with you all, because it gave me a little bit of a break just to be able to recuperate and try to recover a little bit. And quite honestly, I am still not feeling good, at all. Alyssa Scolari [01:33]: And I think there's a million reasons why. I already know the answer to the why, but the question of how do I get these feelings to go away or to leave? I have yet to answer that because I've been feeling terrible for, I would say at least like a month at this point. I have just been really struggling with depression. And I know that there's a lot going on. Just as an example, this time of year, particularly, is really hard because four years ago was when my mom got really, really sick and she almost died. In fact, we were told that she was going to die and she made it and she survived, but not without months of her being in the hospital and being in ICU and her being up and down and up and down. And one minute she wasn't going to make it. And the next minute she might have a chance. Alyssa Scolari [02:43]: It was an emotional rollercoaster for months. And I can't forget it and I will never forget it. And I think this time of year is when it just hits me the hardest. My body... You Bessel van der Kolk said it best, right? Your body keeps the score. And my body has been reminding me that this time of year, four years ago, was really, really hard. I spent like 24 hours a day, just like praying to every God out there, that my mom would live. And she did. But it's hard because I feel like... I don't want to sound ungrateful because I'm very, very grateful for the circumstances, and I know other people don't have circumstances like that. Other people do lose their parents. So I'm trying not to act like this was the worst thing that ever could have happened. But with that being said, I think that I need to acknowledge that it was very traumatic and it's not even just that. It's a million other things, too, that have been going on and changes in my life and shifts in my relationships that have been really, really hard for me. Alyssa Scolari [04:06]: And I have been depressed. And it's really interesting to hear myself say that because I have always held... I think prior to becoming a therapist, I have always held such a stigma of depression. And I notice that the people around me, the world around us, people hold such a stigma about it. People are so much more likely to say I have OCD or I have anxiety, right? Anxiety is the big one. Anybody will walk up to you and be like, oh, my anxiety. Oh, my anxiety. But very few people will just kind of start talking about their depression. That is largely in part because of the stigma that we place on depression. It's okay to talk about anxiety, but it's not okay to talk about depression. Alyssa Scolari [05:00]: I don't really know why. I could theorize why I think that depression is kind of more serious sounding. And when people think depression, they think suicidal. And when people think suicidal, it makes them very uncomfortable. And therefore, we don't even want to breach that topic. So we're not even talking about it. I think that has a lot to do with it. But ultimately, I don't know for sure. But what I do know is that I even internalized that stigma for a while and had a really hard time talking about my depression. Happy to say, I don't have that hard of a time talking about it anymore. I feel like I've really released that stigma. And so that's what we're talking about today. Alyssa Scolari [05:45]: We are talking about depression. I think we really haven't yet just sat down, me and you, the listener, and had a chat about depression. I've had people on the show that I've talked about depression. Depression has been a theme of almost every episode that we've done, but what does it actually look like? And I think that what has really inspired me lately to share about this topic and to speak on this topic is, I think a lot of the judgements that I have received about my own depression, because if you had a conversation with me, you would have no clue that I was depressed. In fact, you would get the impression of the exact opposite. You would think that I was the happiest person in the world. In fact, people often describe me as being bubbly, which blows my mind, because that is the furthest thing from how I view myself... like bubbly me. Alyssa Scolari [06:53]: Absolutely not. I've often been compared to... I don't know if anybody's going to remember this, but the Powerpuff Girls with Buttercup, Bubbles and Blossom. That was one of my favorite shows growing up. People often compared me to Bubbles, who was like this very adorable little bubbly blonde. She was my favorite when I was growing up. And people often compare me to her and I don't see myself that way at all. So let's just talk for a second about what depression actually is, because contrary to what I think a lot of folks believe, depression is very, very, very different from sadness and in the DSM, which is that book that has all of the mental health diagnoses, it is really classified by multiple symptoms. And those symptoms are not like sadness. Sadness or a sad mood, is not a symptom of depression. That is how different they are... they're not even close. Sad versus depression... completely different things. Alyssa Scolari [08:08]: So some of the symptoms of depression include, a loss of appetite or overeating... so maybe issues with getting in touch with your hunger and fullness cues, or even your hydration cues, your thirst cues. Issues with sleeping... having depleted energy, or maybe being tired all the time, feeling fatigued all the time. Having a low self-esteem, difficulty with concentrating or making decisions. Feelings of hopelessness or despair is another one. The loss of interest and pleasure in a lot of the activities that you used to once find very pleasurable. Problems sleeping... either you can't fall asleep or you wake up throughout the night or you're having nightmares all the time. Perhaps changes in weight. Perhaps not always. We talked about low energy, problems thinking or making decisions, thoughts of guilt or worthlessness. And it can be, again, not always, repeated thoughts of death or suicide or a suicide attempt. Alyssa Scolari [09:20]: So basically there's two different kinds of depression in the DSM. There's major depressive disorder. And then there's different severities of that. So it can be mild, it can be moderate, it can be severe. It can be with psychotic features without psychotic features. Or we're not going to go into that today, because honestly, that's just going to bore you, but major depressive disorder... and that is when you have to have these symptoms, at least five of the symptoms for at least two weeks, then you can classify or qualify for having major depressive disorder. Then there's dysthymia. And dysthymia is also known as persistent depressive disorder. Now, persistent depressive disorder, or PDD, or dysthymia as you'll hear me call it throughout this episode, is less severe than major depressive disorder, but it lasts for much longer. So instead of having to meet five of those symptoms that I listed for PDD, you only have to meet two of those symptoms. Alyssa Scolari [10:31]: So it's certainly a less severe form of depression. But in order to have dysthymia, you have to have felt this way for at least two years with little to no relief. Whereas major depressive disorder is sort of like extremely depressed, noticeable changes, severe changes, but then you come out of it and then maybe you go back into it again, dysthymia is sort of this lower level or like lower grade depression that is just always there. I got to be honest. I don't love this. I really don't love the way the DSM breaks down depression, because honestly, what the fuck? Like, okay, well, what if somebody has both? What if somebody has low level depression all the time, but then it gets really, really bad sometimes. Or there's just so many loose ends with these with the way that depression is listed in the DSM. Alyssa Scolari [11:31]: And I've also almost always seen depression be a part of other mental health disorders. So it's, is this person dysthymic? Do they have PDD or do they have trauma that's taking them years to recover from. And as a result of the trauma, they have depression. Do we keep throwing diagnoses at people and just say, oh, well you have major depressive disorder. Oh, well it's been two years. And now you have PDD... I guess I don't agree with it. I think it's very confusing for folks. And I think it's very confusing even for mental health professionals. But, alas, this is what we're working with here. But I think that it's important to note that this really isn't the be-all end-all for depression. I know I've said this before, but in order to even create these diagnoses, there's no one way to create a diagnosis that's going to be the way for all of eternity. Alyssa Scolari [12:30]: Basically what happens is a bunch of mental health professionals get together in a room and decide what criteria needs to be in place in order to meet... in order to get a diagnosis. So humans are fallible. Therefore, I think that all of these diagnoses in themselves can be fallible. And that's what we're talking about today, because the way that depression is listed in the DSM and the way that therapists are trained to spot depression is very, very stereotypical, which is great, but the majority of people don't operate like this. Maybe not the majority, but many, many, many people do not experience these symptoms, but have depression or don't experience these symptoms outwardly, I should say. Alyssa Scolari [13:28]: So for example, if we can look at Winnie the Pooh for a second... bear with me. Let's take a look at Eeyore. Eeyore is your classic depression. He is depressed, right? Whether he has major depressive disorder or dysthymia... I would say he could probably have both. He perpetually has a low grade level of depression. I think sometimes maybe he feels a little better, especially after he finds his tail. But I would say that he also can suffer from major depressive disorder. I think that he doesn't function as well as the other members of Winnie the Pooh. And I do think that he could meet... I mean, I don't know for sure, but I think that if we talk to Eeyore, if I had him in my office, I think there's a strong possibility that he could have at least five of the symptoms that also would give him a diagnosis of major depressive disorder. Alyssa Scolari [14:36]: When we look at Eeyore, we have no questions about it. We are... Eeyore is depressed, but we can't really look at many people and go, that person is depressed. We just can't. It doesn't work like that. Most people don't walk around acting that way or showing that, and depression has so many different faces. And this is where I tend to get very frustrated because I think that again, as a society, people expect that depression is going to just look like the moping sad person, but it's not. And I have had multiple interactions lately, where, especially in this last month, as I said, I have not been doing well with... my depression has been... it's felt unbearable, to be honest. I don't feel well. And it sucks. And I am doing my best to work through it. And I am engaging in all of the coping skills. Alyssa Scolari [15:42]: I am not isolating myself. I'm trying to go out with friends. I am trying to get outside as much as I can, but at the end of the day, I still feel depressed. I still do. And I am just sort of like trying to ride the wave and wait for it to pass. But because I don't look depressed, my depression doesn't get taken seriously. So let's talk about what depression might look like on me, because, well, basically when we look at depression and anxiety and perhaps a few other mental health disorders, we have people who go into really essentially two different categories. We have chronic overfunctioners and then we have chronic underfunctioners. Alyssa Scolari [16:34]: I am somebody who is an overfunctioner when I am depressed... meaning I will get out of bed. I will brush my teeth. I will do my hair. I will work the entire week. I will extend myself when people need me. If people reach out to me, I will make sure that I respond immediately. I will answer all my emails. I will prepare all my meals. I will eat. I will drink. I will go out with friends. Like I am go, go, go, go, go, go, go. I appear happy. I appear bubbly. I am laughing. I am cracking jokes. I know I shared on my Instagram story... for those of you who follow me, a couple weeks ago, I shared that I had gone out with friends and I went out to meet them for really the first time this... the one person I knew I hadn't seen her in years, but the other people, I didn't know. And that is really, really scary for me. Especially being in a state where I had been feeling really depressed and really vulnerable. Alyssa Scolari [17:40]: I put myself in this situation, which I thought was going to help my depression. And it did. I think that it did, but I went out and I had a good time. Everybody was great. I felt like I was with people who were very similar to me. And I was the life of the party. I was literally the life of the party. I was cracking jokes. I was telling stories. I was laughing. I was engaged. I was making eye contact. I wasn't on my phone at all. I was playing with the animals. I was great. If anybody had been in that room and they had talked to me or they had even watched me, they would say, nope, there's zero risk factor here. What people don't know is that I came home that night and I was getting ready for bed. And I was very much in my head about, oh my God, did they like me? Did I say something stupid? Was I annoying? They probably hate me. I wonder if I'll be invited back. No, I definitely am not going to be invited back. Alyssa Scolari [18:48]: And I had a quick exchange with my husband and he said something to me that I interpreted incorrectly as a result of already being on edge. I sort of thought that he was like upset with me and I lost it. Like had a panic attack that lasted four hours. And look, I know that a lot of people love to say panic attacks only last three to five minutes. That is some bull shit, okay? That is some bullshit. If somebody says that to you, that's because they've never had a panic attack before. Panic attacks do not last for only three to five minutes. I could not breathe for hours. I was hyperventilating. I was sobbing. I was disassociated. I was... I was gone. I was gone. I was in a level of emotional pain that felt absolutely unbearable for me. Alyssa Scolari [19:54]: And as a result of that chronic breakdown, I barely slept. I woke up the next day feeling emotionally hungover. I was exhausted. And when I'm tired, I get even more depressed. So I kind of like lost my weekend to a meltdown that I had merely hours after going out and appearing like everything was absolutely fine. When I am depressed, and when people who are overfunctioners are depressed, you're not going to see us kind of like laying in bed. You're going to see us going and going and going and going until we break. And that is sort of... that is what I do. That is my tendency. And the more depressed I am, the more high energy I'm going to be. Maybe that sounds a little wild, but here's my reasoning behind it. Alyssa Scolari [20:50]: I can't speak for other people, but my reasoning behind it is because the more upset I feel... the more depressed I feel, the more vulnerable I am and I hate being vulnerable. It is really, really terrifying for me. I am working on it, right? The part of this podcast is... this whole episode is me being vulnerable. This is really hard to talk about, but when I'm vulnerable, because I hate it so much, I feel like I need to put on more of a show so that people can't tell that I'm hurting because it almost keeps people at bay, right... because people can't look at me and see my sadness. So they're not going to ask... because I'm like, don't ask me. Please don't look at me. Please don't see through me. I don't want you to see through me and see that I am in agony. I over function. So nobody knows. Alyssa Scolari [21:44]: Outwardly I don't display any of those symptoms, but I come home and I fall apart. And every symptom is there. I know one of the sure-fire ways when I am depressed, is that I stop drinking water. I literally just stop. Like I cannot get in touch with my thirst cues at all. And then my hunger cues go away. And then I feel tired all the time and I stop eating. And it's like... this past Saturday, I don't think I ate a full meal until four o'clock. And that is so unlike me, because I'm usually so good at getting all my meals in. Alyssa Scolari [22:26]: So depression can look like over-functioning. So please do not look at the people around you who appear to have it all together and say, oh, you don't know what it feels like. You don't know what it's like to be depressed... because I've had several people kind of say that to me this past month where, if somebody asks me how I'm doing, and I'm, honestly, I haven't been doing well. Or I said... I had an event to go to where I actually said hey, I don't think I'm going to be able to make it. I'm not really feeling well. And you know, this person was, oh, are you sick? And I was, no, honestly, just emotionally not doing well. Don't think I want to go. I really think I need this night to myself. And this person was... this person is not a close friend of mine, at all. Alyssa Scolari [23:16]: So I didn't really... it's not like this person like knows me really well. And it's not like I really care all that much that this person said this, but it does kind of piss me off... in general, I'm not angry at the person, but just in general, as a society like that, we think this way, because this person was, oh, but you look happy all the time, when I see you. I didn't know you were going through stuff emotionally. And I wanted to be, well, we are all going through stuff emotionally. Have you not been around for the past several years? We are all going through it. What do you mean, I didn't look sad? Oh, I'm sorry. I'm sorry I didn't look sad. And I've just had several little comments like that throughout my life of people being, oh, well you didn't look sad or, oh, well, depression... you never told me you were depressed. First of all, I don't need to tell you. I don't need to tell you. Alyssa Scolari [24:17]: But second of all, I don't care what I look like. I'm telling you my experience. Why are you invalidating it? And so I think the people who have depression, who over-function really struggle with this, as much as we kind of over-function because it's protective for us and we don't want to let people in. We also feel really, really hurt when people invalidate us. Now, listen, I'm not saying that's anybody's problem to fix. I need to be perhaps not so guarded and I need to learn how to tone down my over-functioning and I have... even telling somebody, hey, no, I can't go to this, I need to take care of myself... that is huge for me because in the past I would've been like, go, go, go, go, go. Because I grew up being taught that it is never okay to inconvenience somebody else for your own personal needs. Alyssa Scolari [25:13]: Right? I grew up being taught that all that matters is making other people happy. I grew up being taught that it only matters what you look like to others... doesn't actually matter how you feel. What matters the most is what you look like to others. But some people, when they're depressed, they become underfunctioners. And that is okay. We tend to glorify overfunctioners. And I hate that because overfunctioners, as a result of never letting themselves really feel their feelings and slow down, they tend to develop high blood pressure and high blood pressure is actually considered the silent killer. It is considered the silent killer and studies have found over the years that so many folks with high blood pressure have been able to manage it through stress management. So it is all so linked. So, but here we are glorifying overfunctioners. Alyssa Scolari [26:15]: underfunctioners don't necessarily have the same struggle with the high blood pressure. They might, right? They may, but it's not necessarily a result of them under functioning because your underfunctioners are people who have trouble showering. They have trouble brushing their teeth in the morning. They have trouble eating or drinking, or they will not text anyone back for weeks at a time. They won't show up to anything. They sort of fall off the face of the earth and they struggle with even the most basic things. Simply the act of breathing can feel difficult on the days where the depression is really, really bad. Alyssa Scolari [27:05]: Now there is also a stigma against underfunctioners. And that stigma is that they are lazy. They are flaky. They are dirty, right, especially when we talk about how hygiene can sometimes go, when we're feeling really depressed. So many people turn their nose up to that. Ew, oh God, Ew. How could you not brush your teeth? I don't understand how you could just not brush your teeth and lay in bed all day. Or I don't understand how you could just not wash your sheets for two months. I get infuriated when people say things like this, and honestly, I have been surrounded by people my whole life who are overfunctioners who disparage underfunctioners. How could you let your house get dirty? How could you do this? How could you do that? It's called depression and we need to stop judging it. Alyssa Scolari [28:07]: Now I am not saying that every single person with a filthy home has depression. That's not what I'm saying here, but what I'm saying is these can be signs of depression. If you walk into someone's home for the first time and you notice that it is dirty, that might not be because that person is lazy or doesn't care or wasn't raised right. No, that can be a huge red flag for depression. Somebody's bad breath could be a huge red flag. Maybe it was all they could do just to get to work. So I'm trying to get us to understand that depression doesn't just look like some sad, mopey, Eeyore-like character. Depression can look like the person who comes in with a full face of makeup. You know, they come into work with a full face of makeup and a minty fresh breath, or it can be the person who comes in... they look like they barely put a comb through their hair and their breath reeks. Alyssa Scolari [29:11]: We can't call people names as a result of either. We cannot look at underfunctioners and make judgements on their character when we don't know, because that could be the face of depression. The person with a full face of makeup could be the face of depression. I am the face of depression. I am one of the many faces of depression. I struggle with depression on a regular basis. I have been so tired at times that I haven't been sure how I am going to go on. There are days where I under function as well. They are a little bit more rare for me because my tendency is to over-function, but there have been days where I'm like, I can't get out of this bed. I just can't do it. And therefore, I didn't eat. Therefore, I never got to brush my teeth and you know what? I am no less of a person. It doesn't make me lazy. It doesn't make me gross. It doesn't make me unhygienic. My teeth haven't fallen out. I have not hurt anybody as a result of my under functioning. Alyssa Scolari [30:33]: So there are stereotypes of both, overfunctioning under functioning, major depressive disorder, dysthymia. Whatever you may be struggling with, whatever anybody may be struggling with, it is still excruciating pain. And I want us to remember that the next time we go to cast aspersions on somebody or make judgements. And I want us to remember that the next time that we are in conversations with people, because I, myself am like a victim of being... or not a victim. I'm not a victim. I am a victim of people kind of looking at me and saying, oh, well, you can't be depressed, but I have been wrong before by looking at other people and being like, huh? Why didn't you shower? Like what is going on here? Right. I have judged people by being like, what the heck happened. That can be a face of depression. Alyssa Scolari [31:31]: So this is something for all of us to work on, but this is also something for us to learn about ourselves. Are you an over-functioner? Are you an underfunctioner? What does your depression look like, because what I described coming out of the DSM, that's not all depression can look like. And I think that once we sort of identify for ourselves what it looks like for us, then we are able to catch it much more quickly and can then work to recover from it. It's not always going to look like it does in the textbooks. It's going to look different for each and every one of us. So I think it is really helpful to figure out what it looks like for you. Alyssa Scolari [32:14]: And one way you can do that is by journaling, right? What does my depression look like for me? And you can think of all of the examples that I've just given and you can decide for yourself. And maybe there are things that I've left out. Maybe there are things that I am not aware of myself. Hey, let me know. You know where to find me, and, oh, I don't think I mentioned that at the beginning of this episode, but you can give us a follow over at Light After Trauma on Instagram. Alyssa Scolari [32:42]: And if you are a Patreon member, and you would like, you can certainly request an episode topic. I know a few of you have done so, and I am working on getting to them. When I get an episode topic, I like to do my research on said topic because I don't want to come in just like making stuff up... obviously that's not helpful for anybody, so I like to do my research. So once you request a topic, it is going to take me some time because I want to look into it. I want to read about it. And I want to feel equipped enough to be able to share with you what I've learned, especially if it's not something that I'm familiar with. So just keep that in mind. The Patreon is in the show notes, so you can feel free to go and check that out. Alyssa Scolari [33:29]: And thank you so much for the support as always. If you have not done so already, please feel free to leave a rating or review of the podcast. It helps so much. I hope that everybody's having a good week. I am hoping and I'm praying for a better week on my end. I am just... yeah, I am feeling terrible and I don't have any follow ups... there's no buts after. There's no, oh, I know it's going to get better because... I do know it's going to get better, but it's not helpful for me to kind of say that. Sometimes we just need to be in it. And that's kind of where I am. I just need to be in it. I just need to acknowledge that I am not even a little bit okay, but I am I'm here and I'm doing my best to keep myself moving and enjoying the sunshine and just making the most. But it is what it is for right now until I feel better. Alyssa Scolari [34:35]: So I hope that you are all doing very well. I love you all. I am holding you in the light and I will see you next week. Thanks for listening everyone. For more information, please head over to lightaftertrauma.com or you can also follow us on social media... on Instagram we are @lightaftertrauma and on Twitter it is @lightafterpod. Lastly, please head over to patreon.com/lightaftertrauma to support our show. We are asking for $5 a month, which is the equivalent to a cup of coffee at Starbucks. So please head on over. Again, that's patreon.com/lightaftertrauma. Thank you. And we appreciate your support.

¡Aplasta Arteche! Podcast
T03E34 - Caballero del honor…, por los cojones

¡Aplasta Arteche! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 84:20


Hay que ver lo que están mamando algunos por haber perdido un partido de exhibición, según ellos. El caso es que al final no hubo pasillo, como debía ser; hubo una pancarta ajena a la SAD que dejaba en ridículo a toda la prensa cansina y, al final, tras fallar más de 10 ocasiones, unocerismo al canto, con un penalty más que evidente que tuvo que señalar el VAR, y que si se hubieran jugado algo los ciervos, no hubieran señalado. Así que, 3 puntos más para la lucha por la clasificación a Champions, con un Betis que se aleja y un Sevilla que se pone a 1 punto y que nos visita el sábado que viene. Pero antes, habrá que viajar a Elche e intentar sacar un buen resultado para cerrar la clasificación a Europa. SUMARIO: 1.-  Presentación (0:49:00) 2.- El cuadernillo de Óscar con @elabuchus (0:05:28) 3.- Rimas y Leyendas con @MiguelNicolasOS (0:10:39) 4.- Atención Pdegunta con @LaEscotero (0:12:38) 5.- Jesús en un bar con @Doniphon62 “Son of a Bitch” de Vincent Neil Emerson (0:21:01) 6.- Tertulia Atlética con @NunkDejesDCreer @elabuchus @ChamiNorte y @MiguelNicolasOS (0:26:12) 7.- “Habrá que comer” un relato de @MiguelNicolasOS (1:19:20) Todo ello presentado por Eduardo de Atleti (@EduardoDeAtleti) Podéis dejar vuestras opiniones sobre este programa, tanto en los comentarios de esta entrada, como en Spreaker.com, iVoox.com, Twitter y Facebook Tienen todas las melodías y músicas del programa en esta lista de Spotify

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio | Proslave Dana pobede i Dana Evrope, hapšenje sudije u Podgorici - maj 09, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 15:28


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

Beats by Shadowville Productions

Storytelling piano beats with heavy powerful drums.

This Teenage Life
Grappling With Loss — Finding Meaning & Resilience

This Teenage Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 25:06


In this episode, Stella shares her experiences processing the loss of her Dad. She explores societal expectations of closure and how they diverge from her own understandings of loss and ambiguity. Trigger warning— this episode references suicide. If you or anyone you know is struggling with this, here are some resources:  US National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255 Resources in India: http://www.aasra.info/helpline.html

Afternoon Drive
Fri. May 6: Hour 1 - Avs win in OT, sad sad Story, Mike Chambers on Games 3 & 4, Embiid, Luka, Kentucky Derby

Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 46:46


Wayne Gretzky said if Avalanche want to win Cup they have to win tight games like last night, getting traffic in front of the net, 3 stars, Cale Makar, Connor Ingram to start in Game 3, Trevor Story off to worst start of his career in Boston, rich and miserable or comfortable and proud of your work, Mike Chambers on Avalanche vs Predators with Colorado finding a way to go up 2-0, Embiid and Lowry back for Heat @ Sixers Game 3, Luka Doncic needs more help, Kentucky Derby and horse names

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio - maj 06, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 15:29


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

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Chuck and Chernoff
Hour One May 6 2022

Chuck and Chernoff

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 18:02


Sad day for Matt... He will not go into the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame. But, what would his introduction speech sound like? Also, Today Was A Good Day.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
Hour One May 6 2022

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 18:02


Sad day for Matt... He will not go into the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame. But, what would his introduction speech sound like? Also, Today Was A Good Day.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Keys For Kids Ministries

Bible Reading: 1 John 4:7-11, 20-21"Can you think of anyone who needs a friend?" Abby's Sunday school teacher asked the class. "During His time on earth, Jesus sought out those who were rejected or ignored by others so they would know they were loved by God. When we reach out to those who are lonely, we're showing them the love of Jesus, who sacrificed His life so we could have a place in His family. Who can you show God's love to this week who might be feeling lonely?" Abby tried to think of someone, but there wasn't anyone at her school who seemed lonely. Her class was small, and the kids all knew each other well. When Abby got home, her dog, Moppet, met her at the door. "Hi, Moppet," Abby crooned. As she sat down to pet the little dog, Abby's brother Topher walked through the kitchen. Moppet promptly jumped up and followed him.Frowning, Abby glared after them. "Why does Moppet always prefer to be with my brother?" she muttered under her breath. Sighing, Abby got up and went to her room.Later that day, Abby noticed that her brother didn't seem very interested in the TV show he was watching. I wonder if Topher is lonely, she thought with a start. We've only lived here a little while, and he doesn't seem to have many friends yet. Abby remembered how she felt when Moppet often chose to follow Topher instead of her. Is that how Topher feels? she wondered. Sad and lonely because everyone else in our family feels at home and has made friends except for him? Abby thought again of her teacher's words. I couldn't think of any lonely people this morning, but I didn't even consider my own brother. She sighed. Maybe that's why Moppet chooses to follow Topher around--because he knows Topher needs a friend.Abby went to the kitchen and got two glasses of milk and some cookies. She put them on a tray and took them to the living room. Topher looked up in surprise when Abby offered him cookies and milk. "What's that for?" he asked. Abby shrugged. "I just thought we could have a snack and hang out."Topher smiled. "Okay," he said, and they sat down to watch his show together. -Linda WeddleHow About You?Do you know someone who's lonely and could use a friend? It might be someone at your church, your school…or even in your own family! Ask God to show you someone who needs a friend. Then reach out to them and let them know you care. Through your kindness and friendship, you can let them know that Jesus loves them and has a place for them in His family.Today's Key Verse:He who loves God must love his brother also. (1 John 4:21 (NKJV))Today's Key Thought:Be a friend to others

Ask Us Why Podcast
How To Be A Better Friend

Ask Us Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 67:33


This will actually be our last episode as the Vessels podcast for a while! We are taking a break to refocus and give 100% to the areas God has placed us in. You will still see more content from me (Remy) and Ask Us Why but not through the Vessels podcast. Sad but we are excited for all that is to come! You will love this episode too. Great discussion on what it means to be a better friend! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askuswhypodcast/support

The Gentle Rebel Podcast
02 | Bittersweet Melancholy and Deep Sensitivity

The Gentle Rebel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 60:03


Are you drawn to "sad" music? Do you get deeply moved by bittersweet literature, film, and art? If so you're not alone. Life's bittersweet edges have been enjoyed by human beings throughout history. But why? What is it about what Susan Cain describes as bittersweet melancholy, that moves us so deeply? And why are we drawn to the enjoyment of what we often refer to as "sad songs"? I've felt the pull of bittersweet melancholy for as long as I can remember. Even as a child I wanted to revisit music and films that had previously made me cry. This kind of beautiful ache and painful beauty has underpinned my relationship with the music I enjoy and the music I create. Powerful emotions like yearning and longing can shine a light on why some of us find energising, generative and creative joy when we spend time in the melancholic realm of the bittersweet. In this episode of the podcast, we are going to explore this stuff more deeply. Where do we get the joy of "sad songs and rainy days?" What purpose does this serve? Why is this attributed in particular to highly sensitive people? And how can we cultivate a positive creative relationship with "the inconsolable longing for we know not what"? Table of contentsBittersweet Longing | 0:34What Does Yearning Feel Like? | 3:47Fleeting Moments of Bittersweet Beauty | 5:00The Snowman Will Melt | 8:04Why We Love "Sad" Music | 15:19Bittersweet Art Doesn't Create Emotion | 21:45Are You Homesick and Yearning For A Place That Doesn't Exist? | 26:14Anemoia, Vellichor, and Mono No Aware | 29:12We Don't Want What We Think We Want | 34:21The Inconsolable Longing For We Know Not What | 42:30Our Life's Work and Creative Offering | 51:54Further Exploration | 55:55The Haven | 58:07 "The Sunset" at Wilpena Pound in South Australia Bittersweet Longing | 0:34 A recent Haven Sunday Kota meeting was dedicated to this topic. Yearning and longing had come up in our conversations several times over the years. So when we saw that Susan Cain sharing her research around this idea, it felt like a perfect opportunity to dig a little deeper into it. It was amazing to spend time listening to stories about how art moves us all in different ways. We chatted about memories of hearing particular pieces of music for the first time. And we shared our experiences with so-called sad songs, deep conversations, and poignant experiences in our lives. What Does Yearning Feel Like? | 3:47 The word 'yearning' seems to capture the essence of bittersweet melancholy. It shares the in-between spaces around the edges of our lives with gentleness. We know how it feels to yearn. We recognise its beautifully painful ache. Yearning is the deep longing for something we know is missing. But this longing is accompanied by the awareness that we can never acquire that missing thing. Because it can't be perfectly conceptualised, articulated, or defined. Yearning takes us on a journey through the silence between the notes. It's the gaps around the words on the page. The space between the brush strokes. Yearning is the emptiness that asks life questions about its meaning and form. And life itself asks the endless question to us...how can we capture the essence of the undefinable? Fleeting Moments of Bittersweet Beauty | 5:00 Have you ever witnessed something so beautiful it was painful? A few years ago I visited Wilpena Pound in South Australia with some close friends. On the night we were there, the conditions were perfect for what in my view was an obscenely beautiful sunset. I felt a bizarre mix of emotions as I paid witness to the moment. There was a deep appreciation of the beauty before me. It felt expansive and warm, like everything about the world was some kind of lavishly excessive gift. But this was flanked by shadows of foreboding loss. The awareness that this moment would soon disappear below the horizon. That was what yearning feels like. It both inspires and haunts us.

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio - maj 05, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 15:29


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

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Where's the Lemonade?
How to handle co-parenting with an ex you don't see eye to eye with.

Where's the Lemonade?

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 26:47


This week, Darren and Paige discuss tips and tricks to help with a problematic co-parenting situation. This is hard stuff!! You are divorced for a reason, and now you still have to make many decisions together around the children. Let's dive in!It's not always rosy after a divorce. In fact it rarely is...So you've made the decision to divorce. Sad. Now you have to co-parent with the person that you decided, for whatever reasons, to not be with anymore. Now parenting will be easy with your spouse/significant other gone, right? Oh, heck no. It is SOOOO much harder, especially in the beginning. Those little things you disliked about your spouse are now huge. And sometimes you just want to stick it to the other, just for kicks. But that is not what is best for the kiddos involved. Not at all. But how do we continue to parent when we disagree, don't get along, and just want the ex to go along with whatever I say because I am right! Here are tips on co-parenting with someone you don't agree with: Set boundaries with your kids. Sometimes we want to be the "fun" parent after a divorce. Kids need consistency. We don't want them to grow up entitled little brats because of our insecurities as a parent. We may be viewed as the "non-fun, serious house," but the kids need boundaries and will thank you later in life. Do not criticize your co-parent in front of the kids or to just anyone who will listen. This is confusing and hurtful to the kids. Also, do not let the kids speak disrespectfully about the other parent. They can vent respectfully.  Be a team. This will be hard, especially at first. The kids need to see a united front if possible. You will have significant decisions about the kids, and it will only hurt them if they know you are divided on certain things and will confuse them. Focus on your child's needs. You may think that this goes without saying, but sometimes you are focused on your anger at your ex, and you have a hard time focusing on your child. Adopt a business-like attitude; the business is the children. Talk only about the children.  Don't talk on the phone. This is especially true in the beginning or if you just constantly argue. Communicate thru texts or emails to give yourself a minute to think and act rationally. This will also let you respond to some things and not to others. Also will give you evidence should you need it one day for court; let's hope not. Don't expect too much. Manage your expectations. It could go either way after the split. They might step up and be a better parent or not.  Have a support system. Many days, you feel like it is just too much dealing with your ex. It can be very hard. Have that one friend or family member you can vent to and maybe get advice from. Don't vent to everyone!!! Pick a few people that you trust. Go to court if you must. If you have tried everything and it is not getting any better, you will go. This is the LAST resort. There is usually no winner in court. It can get ugly. Let the past go. Let it go, Let it go! To succeed in co-parenting, you need to let go of the anger and resentment and start anew. It is no longer about your ex's feelings; it is about the kids. Kids' best interest, repeat frequently. You can do it!! It can be a roller coaster at times. Buckle up and try to enjoy the ride!!Lemonade Moment of the WeekThe last person in our house finally gets COVID. We got to spend some one-on-one time with David.Links https://www.divorcemag.com/articles/9-tips-for-co-parenting-with-a-difficult-ex ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio - maj 04, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 15:28


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

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Sorry, I'm Sad
Where We Go From Here: ICU Doctor Darren Markland on Weathering the Pandemic

Sorry, I'm Sad

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 62:46


The pandemic that never ends is still disrupting our daily lives and killing many, many people no matter how tired of it we are. Darren Markland is an ICU doctor at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and has been in the trenches since the pandemic started. His twitter account, @drdagly, has swelled to more than 55,000 followers since he began recounting raw, broken-down stories of patients he has treated. He joins Sorry, I'm Sad to talk about the state of the pandemic, how he has managed his own mental and physical wellbeing during the last two years and where he finds hope. Support the show

Send It. Podcast
Ep. 80 The Honor Roll (2022 NFL Draft Review)

Send It. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 55:01


Coach and I are breaking down the 2022 NFL Draft; 4:00 Chiefs Draft Review 14:00 Raiders Draft Review 24:00 2 Best Drafts 33:00 2 Worst Drafts 40:00 2 Best Draft Picks 45:00 2 Worst Drafts Picks 51:00 Mike Vrabel is Sad

The Pop Culture Show
RIP Naomi Judd + Hear The New Lady Gaga from Top Gun Maverick

The Pop Culture Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 21:17


Sad news over the weekend with the passing of Naomi Judd. Leslie is on the front lines at CMT and has the official family statement and unique insight. A docuseries you thought was over returns with new information after the death of the subject. Lady Gaga has dropped a teaser for her new anthem from Top Gun Maverick. Carrie Underwood uncovered a huge surprise guest at Stagecoach. These 2 celebrities are drinking each other's blood and vampires aren't happy. Meghan and Harry get cancelled. Lil Jon is a handyman in a new HGTV series and there's a Big Conn coming to Apple this week.The Pop Culture Show is unedited and uncensored starting March 2022. Please, review and subscribe to The Pop Culture Show available on your favorite podcast network. Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members. Watch The Pop Culture Show TV channel for the most fun, interesting and intriguing guests and moments from the show available 24/7. You can join the show by looking out for us on “Twitter Spaces” where we invite you to contribute to show tapings.Executive Producer: Steve BarnesHosts: Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram and Axel LoweFAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Laws of the United States recognize a “fair use” of copyrighted content. Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states:“NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 106 AND 106A, THE FAIR USE OF A COPYRIGHTED WORK, INCLUDING SUCH USE BY REPRODUCTION IN COPIES OR PHONORECORDS OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS SPECIFIED BY THAT SECTION, FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING (INCLUDING MULTIPLE COPIES FOR CLASSROOM USE), SCHOLARSHIP, OR RESEARCH, IS NOT AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT.” THIS VIDEO/AUDIO IN GENERAL MAY CONTAIN CERTAIN COPYRIGHTED WORKS THAT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED TO BE USED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S), BUT WHICH WE BELIEVE IN GOOD FAITH ARE PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW AND THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE REASONS NOTED ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIFIC CONCERNS ABOUT THIS VIDEO OR OUR POSITION ON THE FAIR USE DEFENSE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEPOPCULTURESHOW.COM SO WE CAN DISCUSS AMICABLY. THANK YOU.

Pojačalo
EP 162: Vladimir Vukićević, serijski preduzetnik, Better & Better - Pojačalo podcast

Pojačalo

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 102:51


U 162. epizodi Pojačalo podkasta gost Ivana Minića je Vladimir Vukićević, serijski preduzetnik i suosnivač kompanije Better & Better, koja se bavi proizvodnjom organskih dentalnih proizvoda kao vida suplementacije. Dok su pređašnji gosti sanjali da postanu sve i svašta, Vladimir je imao jednu jednostavnu želju - da živi. Njegova priča nije nalik nijednoj drugoj i počinje sa borbom protiv raka od malih nogu i to na drugom kraju sveta. U ovoj potresnoj ispovesti gost govori kako je oboleo od ove opake bolesti, otišao u Ameriku na lečenje, a potom pobedio i to u dva navrata. Vladimir je ostao “preko bare” i tamo pohađao poslovnu školu na prestižnom Njujorškom univerzitetu. Stoga, govori o Njujorku pre i posle 11. septembra, tamošnjim studijama, formalnim i neformalnim mentorima, te radu u agenciji za nekretnine uporedo sa predavanjima. Upravo u agenciji je stekao mentora i partnera u svom prvom preduzetničkom poduhvatu, crowdfunding platformi po imenu RocketHub. U nastavku gost priča kako ga je tehnologija osnažila da se upusti u taj startup, kakve poslovne i životne lekcije je izvukao iz njega, te kako ga je prodaja istog trasirala ka drugom startupu, Meuralu. Vladimir je pod lupu domaće javnosti došao kada je njegov treći startup, Better & Better, prikupio 4 miliona dolara investicija. O kakvom projektu je reč, ko su sve investitori i kakvi su mu planovi za dalje, on priča za kraj ovog podkasta. Teme u podkastu: - Uvod - Kad porastem biću... - Nošenje sa bolešću - TV kao prozor u svet - Školovanje u SAD pre i posle 11. septembra - Studije na NYC i neformalni mentori - Kako me je tehnologija osnažila - RocketHub i naučene lekcije iz prvog startupa - Prodaja prvog startupa i pokretanje drugog - Better & Better, treći i revolucionarni startup - Ko su investitori i kakvi su planovi Podržite nas na BuyMeACoffee: https://bit.ly/3uSBmoa Pročitajte transkript ove epizode: https://bit.ly/3LAKExo Posetite naš sajt i prijavite se na našu mailing listu: http://bit.ly/2LUKSBG Prijavite se na naš YouTube kanal: http://bit.ly/2Rgnu7o Pratite Pojačalo na društvenim mrežama: Facebook: http://bit.ly/2FfwqCR Twitter: http://bit.ly/2CVZoGr Instagram: http://bit.ly/2RzGHjN

Swish and Flick: A Harry Potter Podcast
Episode 242 - The Half Blood What?

Swish and Flick: A Harry Potter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 94:15


It's Christmas morning at The Burrow! But also, weepwomp because we hear the sad story all about how Lupin was bitten by Fenrir Greyback. Sad tweet. Weekly Prophet: https://vegnews.com/2022/3/vegan-food-wizarding-world-of-harry-potter Check out our website for all of our latest news, merchandise, FAQs, and more! www.swishflickcast.com We have a mailbox! If you ever have the inclination to send us anything please address mail to the following: Swish and Flick Podcast PO Box 690697 Orlando, FL 32869 Our voicemail number is: 330-552-7043 Welcome to Swish and Flick! We post weekly podcasts and vlogs for you that are all about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We hope you will subscribe to us and follow us on our adventures! Support the podcast and become part of the pod as a patron and receive exclusive podcast perks! Gain access to our exclusive felix files episodes, discord channel, live recordings, trivia games, swish swag boxes, live hangouts & more here: www.patreon.com/swishflickcast Thank you so much for all of your support! You can find us at the handles below: Instagram: @SwishFlickCast Twitter: @SwishFlickCast Facebook: www.facebook.com/swishflickcast Your hosts can be found on: Twitter: @thepetrasfamily Instagram: @thepetrasfamily @ohhhmalley @tiffswish_flick Thank you so much for listening and don't let the muggles get you down... Thanks so much for listening and don't let the muggles get you down...