Emotional pain associated with, or characterized by, feelings of disadvantage, loss, despair, grief, helplessness, disappointment and sorrow
On satire of the bourgeoisie. [Patreon Exclusive. Sign up at patreon.com/bungacast] We discuss Luis Buñuel's "deranged masterpiece" from 1972, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, and debate the social ritual of dinner, and why the guests in the film never get to eat theirs. How does this early 70s surrealist film – which in many ways set the template for cinematic satires of the bourgeoisie – compare to more recent portrayals such as The Menu or Triangle of Sadness? Ultimately, who are the bourgeoisie and do they still exist, in a world of distributed ownership and managerialism? Readings: ‘A deranged masterpiece': why you should watch The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, Luke Buckmaster, The Guardian What Have the Bourgeoisie Done for us Lately?, Stephan Bertram-Lee, Sublation A Brief History of the Bourgeoisie, or We Are All Bourgeois Now, David Polansky, Strange Frequencies The Bourgeois(ie) as Concept and Reality, Immanuel Wallerstein, New Left Review
In this episode, we're diving deep into the well of sadness and hopefully taking away some of the stigma and resistance to what is a very natural, and needed, part of being human.It's normal to feel sad. If sadness comes, there is a reason for it, and we can trust that reason. When our body and soul speak to us through things like sadness and depression, it is our job to listen. It is our job to not cut off communication, but instead soften to receive it. What would it feel like if you just let yourself be sad? Without trying to change it?If you've been sad in these last few years, me too. There's a lot to be sad about. There's a lot to process. And that's completely okay.The Main Jam...Accepting and making room for sadness.Developing a relationship with sadness.Meeting our internal truth.The gifts of sadness.Long periods of sadness.Welcoming sadness in.1:1 MentorshipI love your face.Your host,Katie BWebsite: katiebuemann.comInstagram: @katiebuemannFull show notes for this episodeMentorship1:1 SessionsShop The Remedy Cupboard
BOOM performances in Week 3! On today's fantasy football podcast, Andy, Mike, and Jason recap an exciting Week 3 of NFL Football! Time to hit the panic alarm on Derrick Henry? Drop Justin Fields? Plus, injury updates, and a look ahead to Week 4 waivers & matchups! Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams with the #1 fantasy football podcast. -- Fantasy Football Podcast for September 25th, 2023. Connect with the show: Subscribe on YouTube Visit us on the Web Support the Show Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram Join our Discord Check out today's sponsors: News & Notes presented by USAA. Visit https://USAA.com/Insurance Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Divorce is stressful. Stress can lead to anxiety and sadness or depression. It is critical that you are able to manage this during your divorce so that you are capable of making smart decisions that will impact you and your children's lives for years to come. Listen in to learn 7 ways to manage sadness & anxiety during your divorce.Join The Divorce Dadvocate Membership Community - FULL Episodes - Live Meetings – FREE Workshops & Courses – Private Discussion Groups & MORE! - https://thedivorceddadvocate.com/membership-tiers/How Are You Adjusting To Your Divorce? Find out in this quiz - http://www.thedivorceddadvocate.com/divorce-quiz.html*FREE Dads Guide To Divorce* How to survive and thrive during and after divorce: http://www.dadsguidetodivorce.comDon't suffer in silence! Get relief from the pain and confusion of your divorce and schedule your FREE, No Obligation Coaching Consultation - schedule a time directly into my schedule at www.TalkWithJude.com.Join other divorced dads who have experienced or are experiencing divorce in this FREE Divorced Dads Online Meetup Group - https://www.meetup.com/Divorced-Dads-Meetup-Group/Other Resources:The Divorced Dadvocate Website - http://www.TheDivorcedDadvocate.comThe Divorced Dadvocate YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeSwx-F8KK4&list=PLT4HyN5ishYJznK51205ESxGZ2d19YkBpThe Divorced Dadvocate Podcast - https://thedivorceddadvocate.buzzsprout.com/Divorced Dads Online Meetup Group - https://www.meetup.com/Divorced-Dads-Meetup-Group/The Divorced Dadvocate Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/thedivorceddadvocate/Music credit: Akira the Don Support the show
A writing from my book Everything Changed When I Forgave Myself ♡ They say you can trace a person's history, hidden emotions and unhealed scars in their appearance. How you act, how you walk, how you laugh. Do you have a broken heart? It shows. Are you in love? It shows. They say bad skin reveals stress or anxiety. Do you blink a lot or do you keep a steady gaze during a conversation? Do you talk clearly with strong support from your stomach, or do you speak quietly and fast, running over your words? Have you ever tried not to eat, just to keep some sort of focus? Sad people either sleep a lot or not at all. I often wonder what people see when they look at me. What energy do I send out? Do I look happy? Do I look sad? Do I look friendly? Do I look like someone you'd want to hang out with? Do I look like someone you could like? Do I look insecure, or like I'm strong and sure, a role model to follow? Do I look like someone who threw my fist into a mirror because I simply saw myself in there and couldn't stand the thought of it? People say there is sadness in my eyes but the sadness sits in my chest so I wonder what it is they see in my eyes.
Creator (Chantress Seba). "Immerse yourself in the soothing sounds of healing on this audio journey. Our collection of calming melodies, gentle nature sounds, and resonant vibrations has been carefully curated to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and foster a sense of well-being. Whether you're seeking solace, aiming to meditate, or simply craving moments of tranquility, these healing sounds will envelop you in a blanket of serenity. Close your eyes, breathe deeply, and let the sounds of healing wash over you, revitalizing your body and soothing your soul." We all needs healing. If you not growing then you dying. We all needs improving and first it starts with healing. Come dive into the high vibes with the family. The vibes are set and unmatched. Tune in now on iheartradio and all major platforms. #pegpodcast #positiveenergygenerations #positive #positivity #healing #meditation #anxiety #stress #sadness
More from Life of Norman playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTz_vyR-zjcBKvpTu9sRu1uKNht6ZUOplIn this episode we will explore r/LifeofNorman. Norman is an unremarkable and unimportant individual, but that doesn't mean that his adventures are any less important. Life of Norman teaches us that sometimes this simplest things are the best things.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/reddxyTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/daytondoesDiscord: https://discord.gg/reddxPayPal: 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
There is a TON going on locally, and Dan and the Shipping Container are here to discuss the Marlins attendance, Inter Miami, Canes basketball, and more. Then, Stugotz spent his entire career trying to be Mad Dog Russo, but it seems like Mad Dog Russo is becoming Stugotz. Plus, ESPN says it's committed to "quality journalism" and Stephen A. takes out Shohei Ohtani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, I'm peeling back the layers and exposing the raw GRIEF I'm currently going through AND how I'm dealing with it, trying to learn from it and somehow find purpose in it.This week is not a 1:1 like others you've heard from me, but it's something I need to talk about. And it's something you need to hear and reflect upon because, sooner or later, the finality of death touches us all.My dear friend, Jessie Lee Ward passed away earlier this week from cancer.She was 34 years old. Only 34 years old.If you follow me here, you know how special she was to me. Whether you are grieving her death as I am or if you are grieving for any other loss in your life, take comfort in knowing grief is a sign that LOVE is greater than death.Grief and death are experiences that every single person on this planet will go through and so is THIS EPISODE is for EVERYONE. I'm sharing my experience with grief IN REAL TIME and sharing how to find comfort even in moments of despair.Let this also serve as a reminder that nothing is promised.The truth is, you have less time on this Earth than you think. So live your life with a sense of urgency, and honor those who are no longer in your life by continuing to grow until your last day comes……because eventually, it will.Live your life with a focus on what really matters. And what matters the most is PEOPLE…your family, loved ones, friends, and YOU.Yes, YOU.Be kind to yourself. Take time for yourself.It's okay to say “no” even when everyone else wants a “yes” out of you.Jessie Lee Ward… I will never forget the impact you had on my life and the lives of so many others. Rest in peace. Rest in heaven. You are home. My prayers are with you and your family.Like so many others who feel the same way… Jessie Lee, I love you and will miss you dearly.
DJ goes to the movies and no one there likes him. The full version of the "Cheers" theme song is problematic, which leads us to an exploration of theme song sadness. Pete finally sees Theater Camp and the boys sing its praises. Plus, printer rankings. Support the show and get bonus content: patreon.com/listentobrunch (00:00) Sugar and printers (07:20) Theme song sadness (20:45) Movie theater hates DJ (27:14) Misc. movies (37:17) 'Theater Camp'
The Book of Acts is filled with powerful examples of the wonderful works of God. In this series we'll explore the Book of Acts and discover hidden mysteries that will change your life forever. www.kingdomrock.org Mission Tabernacle Outreach
Mac and Bone open a Thursday show by talking about more sadness from Bank of America Stadium in last night's draw for Charlotte FC, discussing the injury that kept Bryce Young out of practice and taking a look ahead to an amazing CFB weekend.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hop on a flying dragon and we'll meet you in Fantasia, cuz we're discussing Never Ending Story by Limahl from the 1984 film, The NeverEnding Story. Join us as we discuss how this song is Limahl's sweet revenge, Spielberg's tips for making an American movie, and how much the Swamp of Sadness scene has cost us in therapy.Our guest today is journalist, author, and film music evangelist, Tim Greiving!Website: https://timgreiving.comSupport us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/thesongwillgoonNeed more The Song Will Go On in your life? Follow us @thesongwillgoon on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok, and check out www.thesongwillgoon.com.
Welcome to Sadness. The girls pontificate on The Box Theory of Male Attraction and their mutual disdain for all things Fudge. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/STILLFRIENDS and get on your way to being your best self. Thank you Honeylove for sponsoring this episode. Give the best shape wear in the market a try at honeylove.com/STILLFRIENDS and get 20% OFF your purchase. Join our Patreon for our bonus segment: https://www.patreon.com/AWSFPOD
This week we're joined by DASEIN, our OG music sponsor who's trending on Spotify, to engage in a fun, surprising, contemplative discussion about Ruben Östlund's The Square as our choice for Films of 2017. Since movie releases are slowing down, we've decided to take a look at what was happening with movies in years selected by our random year generator and highlight one that stands out. Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema. Our phone number is 646-484-9298, it accepts texts or voice messages. 0:00 Intro/The Equalizer 3 mini review; 7:24 2017 in film + The Square Movie Discussion; 37:58 Spoilers; 57:60 What You Been Watching? Additional Cast/Crew: Claes Bang, Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West and Terry Notary. Additional Tags: Sweden, Stockholm, Museum, Force Majeure, Triangle of Sadness, Cannes Film Festival, Palme d'Or, France, Apple+, Apple TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, TikTok, Twitch.
September 18th 2023 - All of the highlights from Monday's show in one complete podcast. Listen for free anywhere you go on our iHeartRadio app. The Dish, A Question No One Knows The Answer To, Sadness in Ryan's little heart and more!
Welcome to this week's episode of Show Up Fully where repeat guest Victoria Granof, a food creative and visionary who heads up Victoria Granof Studio, sheds light on darkness, embracing sadness, and she shares her philanthropic spirit with World Central Kitchen in feeding the citizens of Ukraine in Poland.Join me on today's episode as we learn from Victoria how to reframe our perspective on the darkness in our lives.After all, you can only see the stars in complete darkness. Get the full show notes hereIn This Episode:● Cooked purslane, a succulent weed with energetic qualities for survival● Health benefits of dandelion tonic and other herbal medicines● Philanthropy through World Central Kitchen to help feed Ukraine● Anger gives us energy, it takes the darkness to see the stars● Mistakes bring us to the truth. Victoria's previous episode hereListen on ITUNES + Spotify Tag us @chefcarlacontreras and @victoriagranof to continue the conversation. Eat Well,xo Chef CarlaCurious about my Health Coach journey? Listen to this episode
In this episode of Real Men, Real Conversations, Jimmy takes the mic to talk about pornography. There's a lot of shame and guilt around porn and that causes people to veer away from those conversations. Listen in to learn what pornography is and what it isn't so you can take the steps to become the best version of you.
Today on The Mindvalley Show, step into a world of profound transformation as we welcome Michael Beckwith, the spiritual luminary and best-selling author. Beckwith unpacks the power of embracing sadness as a gateway to unlocking your innate joy. The point is not to avoid or battle sadness; it's about welcoming it as a trusted companion on your life's journey. By observing and accepting sadness, Beckwith explains how you can transcend it, tap into your wellspring of happiness, and find a renewed sense of purpose and fulfillment. This episode goes beyond theory. Beckwith shares personal experiences and equips you with practical tools to navigate the often turbulent waters of sadness. You'll explore the three pivotal stages in dealing with heartbreak and loss: acceptance, harvesting the good, and forgiveness. These stages form the roadmap to coping with sadness and transforming it into a catalyst for growth. By the end of this episode, you'll have a new perspective on embracing sadness as a stepping stone to a deeper understanding of yourself and the world around you. Unlock the secrets to genuine joy and self-discovery. It's time to shift your perspective on sadness and use it as a powerful tool for personal growth. Key takeaways: [04:23] Observing and embracing sadness [07:07] Viewing sadness as a passing presence [11:51] Why you should not mask your sadness [13:12] The nature of our being: joy, intelligence, and love [16:07] Three stages to get through a broken relationship [20:59] The root of unworthiness [21:59] Asking how life sees us and what life asks of us [23:56] Sadness becomes an opening for more life to flow Where to find our guest: MichaelBeckwith.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michaelbbeckwith Memorable Quotes: "Anything you observe is changing based on observation. So when you observe sadness, but you're not trying to get rid of it, you're not trying to ignore it, deny it, but you're observing it to be free. You're observing it to come back to your real nature. Then the fabric of it begins to speed up, it begins to change, and you walk with it." [11:25] -Michael Beckwith "We have to become uninterested in what we think others are thinking about us. And we have to ask ourselves a question. What does life think about me right now?" [20:28] -Michael Beckwith To stay connected and to learn more about Vishen and Mindvalley, click on the links below: Website: Mindvalley.com YouTube: @vishenlakhiani Instagram: @mindvalley Instagram: @vishen Facebook: @mindvalley Subscribe to 'Mindvalley Membership' to discover 65+ transformational Mindvalley programs – at a surprisingly low annual fee here
On this episode of Dads with Daughters, host Christopher Lewis invites entrepreneur and author Peter Shankman to discuss their experiences as fathers raising daughters. They start off by sharing relatable stories about dealing with slime during the pandemic and the challenges of explaining divorce to their young daughters. Peter emphasizes the importance of being present for his daughter and finding balance in his life through managing his ADHD. Peter shares his personal journey with ADHD, discovering it as an adult and developing coping mechanisms to navigate the condition. He believes that medication is not always necessary for success and suggests exploring alternative coping mechanisms. As the author of "The Boy with the Faster Brain," he aims to help kids with ADHD feel less misunderstood and prevent them from experiencing shame in the long run. The conversation also delves into the concept of neurodiversity and the beauty of thinking differently. They discuss the importance of understanding and embracing neurodiverse needs, highlighting what children are good at, and finding ways for them to have fun while learning. The episode concludes with a heartwarming story about a spontaneous trip to a water park that the speaker and his daughter will cherish forever. Join Christopher Lewis and his guests for inspiring conversations and practical advice on raising strong, independent daughters every week on Dads with Daughters. If you've enjoyed today's episode of the Dads With Daughters podcast, we invite you to check out the Fatherhood Insider. The Fatherhood Insider is the essential resource for any dad that wants to be the best dad that he can be. We know that no child comes with an instruction manual, and most are figuring it out as they go along. The Fatherhood Insider is full of valuable resources and information that will up your game on fatherhood. Through our extensive course library, interactive forum, step-by-step roadmaps, and more you will engage and learn with experts but more importantly with dads like you. So check it out today! TRANSCRIPT Christopher Lewis [00:00:06]: Welcome to dads with daughters. In this show, we spotlight dads resources and more to help you be the best dad you can be. Christopher Lewis [00:00:17]: Hey everyone, this is Chris. And welcome back to the Dads with Daughters podcast, where we bring you guests to be active participants in your daughters lives, raising them to be strong, independent women. Really excited to be back with you again this week. As always, we're on a journey together in looking at ways in which we can best raise our daughters to be those strong, independent women that we want them to be and to be able to be successful in their own journeys as individuals. And every week I have the pleasure of being able to bring you different dads that are doing it different ways, dads that you can learn from and be able to get different ideas from, different experiences from, because every father fathers in a little bit different way. And that's great because we don't have to be the same type of dads, but we can learn from each other and be better fathers in the end. And that's what this show is all about. Today. We got a great guest with us. Peter Shankman is with us. And Peter is a I'm just going to say he's a multi entrepreneur. He has done many different things in his career that has led him down the pipeline of being very successful in what he does. But most recently, he has become a author, a kids author, I'm going to say, because he has a brand new book called The Boy with the Faster Brain. And it's a little bit of, I'm going to say a little biographical in a way, in the sense of talking about his own experience and finding out that he had ADHD and what that journey was like for him. But also it's a book to allow for other kids and parents to be able to explore that in a little bit different way. So we're going to be talking about that as well. He also is a father of a daughter. He has a ten year old daughter and we'll be talking about that as well. Peter, thanks so much for being here today. Peter Shankman [00:02:07]: My pleasure. My dog obviously says hello as well. Christopher Lewis [00:02:10]: Well, I love being able to talk to different dads, and what I would love to do first and foremost is turn the clock back in time. I said you have a ten year old daughter, so I want to go back to that first moment, that first moment when you found out that you were going to be a father to a daughter. What was going through your head? Peter Shankman [00:02:26]: It's actually a really funny story. When I first found out, when my wife called me, most dads, they find out they're going to be a dad in some special way, the wife does something sweet, they put a little onesie inside the dinner table or something. I'm coming back from a meeting in Washington, DC. I'm on the Metro, heading over to Union Station to get an Amtrak back to New York, and my phone rings, and I see it's my wife, and I'm like, hey, honey, what's up? Because I'm pregnant. Okay, well, I turn around to, like, the 14 guys on the subway. I'm like, should I get them cigars? How does this work? So, yeah, that was how I found out in that amazing and overwhelming way. And of course, when we found out it was a girl, I was sitting in her my wife's office. She was at work. She's like, they're going to call us soon. I'm sitting there, I wanted a girl. I don't know why, but I wanted a girl. And so I was really excited. I was going to be this great girl dad, and I like to think I've kind of lived up to that. We have a lot of fun. She is a daredevil to an extent. Like, her dad haven't taken her Skydiving yet, but I know that's on the I'm sure that's on the list the second she and is 18. Christopher Lewis [00:03:20]: So one of the things that I hear from a lot of dads is that in becoming a father, there's fears, but there's also some fear going into raising daughters. And I guess for you, what was your biggest fear in raising a daughter. Peter Shankman [00:03:34]: Who'S going to be like me? I think there's a ton of fear, but my fears weren't the norm. I didn't have that whole, oh, I'm going to get a shotgun, and she can't date. That's not my thing. I wanted to get hurt. The only way you learn is if you get hurt, right? At least in my experience. My fear is that she was going to be she's a very sensitive kid. She cares about everything. We live in New York City, homeless capital of the world. I live two blocks west of Times Square, and so when COVID hit, it just decimated our area because all the homeless population in New York City was moved into a five block radius around my apartment because all the hotels here were turned into homeless facilities, which is fine, but they weren't made into homeless facilities with services. They were just made into places for people to stay. And that was a huge problem because you can't take 9000 people, put them in a five block radius and not give them services. And so it was tough. I had her explain to my daughter at age seven, the, no, honey, he's not dead. The needle sticking out of his arm means he has a problem, but he's getting help. It was tough. So she's very sensitive, and she cares that she wants to solve the world's problems. And sometimes, as much of a bitch as it is, you need to explain, honey, you can't solve all the world. Not all the world's problems can be solved at this moment. On the walk to the corner store and we've had countless talks about that, about what we can do to help homelessness. So we volunteer and we work at a soup kitchen. We're on the Hell's Kitchen litter brigade, and we built a dog park in an empty space overlooking Port Authority under the bus bridges. That this empty area. So we do things. But I call her Warrior Princess, and I love that she's as sensitive as she is. She will change the world, but I want her to live her life and not have to solve every single problem that the world throws at her. There has to be a middle ground there because unfortunately, she definitely got my sensitivity. Christopher Lewis [00:05:21]: I mentioned you've got your hands in a lot of different things. You've had that for many years and you have been a multi entrepreneur in many different ways and been successful in many different ways, but you have been busy. So talk to me about balance and how you have been able to balance being that serial entrepreneur as well as being able to be present and engaged with your daughter as you've raised her. Peter Shankman [00:05:51]: So my balance for me comes from my ADHD. There are certain things I have to do in my life to make sure that I can live the life I want in the way I want it and be the dad I want, I think, for lack of better word. So what does that mean? My day starts around 430 every morning with exercise. If I am not exercise, I am not the best person I could be. And so for me, I was up at 430 this morning. I was on the peloton. I got my couple of hours in. That's my definition of balance because I'm on that bike before she wakes up. And so when I get off the bike, I take a shower, I wake her up and I'm present. Right. The dopamine, the serotonin, the adrenaline that I receive from that ride gives me that balance, lets me be the best dad I could be, the best person I could be, the best entrepreneur I could be, best parent I could be, the best son I could be, best boyfriend I could be. So it has to start with that. From there, there are other things I'm able to do. I take her on as many business trips as I can. I'm speaking in January, I just landed the confirmation yesterday. I'm speaking in Greece at a keynote in January. And part of the contract, they have to fly me and my daughter out. So Florida school for a few days, we're going to Greece, things like that. So last summer we went to Michigan. I had to give a keynote at McIntyre Island. We spent an extra couple of days trips and around the island and Michigan, things like that. So for me it's sort of figuring out how to do that and where to go and what to do and making sure that as busy as I am, she's included and understands it. She doesn't just see me at a computer doing busy work. She understands. Today daddy's speaking. Tomorrow daddy's going on TV. Everything makes sense. It's a circle. Christopher Lewis [00:07:25]: So being a father is not always an easy thing. There are highs, there are lows, there are ups and downs. I mean, it's a roller coaster of a ride at times. What's been the hardest part for you as a father to a daughter? Peter Shankman [00:07:39]: Wiping slime off every conceivable surface in my house. We discovered slime during the pandemic, and it doesn't fucking end. It just never ends. There's always more slime to be made. But no, if that was the worst thing, I'd be thrilled. I think the hardest thing. I've had to answer the question several times, why aren't you and Mommy married anymore? We get divorced when she was three, and so for the first couple of years, anytime I did anything that didn't involve her, there was jealousy and there was a fear that I was going to leave, when in fact, nothing could be obviously further from the truth. I'm constantly here. It's gotten easier. So I think that the hardest thing for me as a girl. Dad hasn't really hit yet. I think it's going to come as she gets older. There have been a couple of times where I've seen her. Her teachers have told me that, yeah, she's very active, she has tons of friends, but sometimes she just prefers to sit by herself at the playground and read or make her own games up. And that doesn't really bother me so much because I was a loner, too. There's a big difference between being alone and being lonely, and I think she understands that already. That's the case. She's doing better than me. At the end of the day, I think the goal is I just want her to be happy, and I know that's going to come with some sadness, but I'm okay with that because you have to have that balance. Christopher Lewis [00:08:49]: You talked about that you try to make memories with your daughter that probably at age 18, you're going to be taking her Skydiving. There's been other experiences. What's been the most memorable experience that you and your daughter have been able to share together? Peter Shankman [00:09:01]: Here's a classic ADHD moment. Last summer in late July, early August, we were bored one night, and I tell her, she's not allowed to be bored. Even the inside of your mind goes on forever. It's endless. You cannot be bored. There's always something to do. So she's like, Daddy, I have nothing to do. I'm like, all right, let's search something. Let's look something up online. What do you want to look up online? Let's look up the biggest water slides in the world. Great. So we sit down in front of the computer and we start looking up the biggest lives of the world. And would you believe one of the top ten water parks in the world is in Tenerife. So I'm like, would you believe one of the largest water parks in the world is in this small little island to African called Tenerife? We should go there. She didn't say that, I did. And so I look at her calendar, I'm like, yeah, you have like, three more weeks of summer camp, and you have like, ten days between summer camp. Yeah. Let's go to tenerife. And so we booked a flight like that night, right? And I pity god, I pity whoever this kid marries. This kid, god, this kid better be rich, because it's not even about money for me. I just have billions of miles because of how much I travel for work. But yeah, she's going to want to go somewhere. She better make no, actually, screw that. She better make a lot of money. She better be able to do this because the funniest line she ever said to me was once she goes, how come Mommy, when Mommy and I get on a plane, when Daddy and I going to play me sit in the front, and when Mommy and I get on, play me sit the back? I don't know. You have to talk to mom about that. I can't really sorry escape and avoid that one. But no, what it comes down to is that ADHD brain kicks in. We went Tenerife, spent four days sliding down these amazing waters. I had a blast. And it was just this, what a wonderful way to end fourth grade or end third grade, fourth grade. And those are the kind of things that I want her to remember for the rest of her life. And I want to do with her these just random, spur of the moment, let's go somewhere and have fun trips. There are times for the other side of the coin, too. Her mom is taking her to Paris at the end of August, and they've been planning this for over a year and a half, and I think it's wonderful, right? They have their schedule. They know exactly what they're going to do every day. They're going to do this this day and this, this day and sit here. That's great. And I love that. And there's definitely a place in the world for that. My idea of travel is, okay, we're here, let's figure it out, right? And so if she has the best of both those worlds, I think that's amazing. Christopher Lewis [00:11:09]: Now, I mentioned at the beginning of the show that one of the reasons that we're talking today is you've got a brand new book, and this isn't your first book, but it is your first children's book that you have written called The Boy With the Faster Brain. And you've talked about ADHD in the past, but more on the business side of things. And you also have had a number of other books out there in talking about business customer service and influencing and things like that. Talk to me about the genesis of this new book and what made you decide that you wanted to move into writing a book for kids. Peter Shankman [00:11:48]: I wrote this book because I don't want any kid to have to grow up feeling as broken as I felt. I had a pretty rough childhood, and that doesn't mean I grew up in a van down by the river. It doesn't mean that my parents weren't totally supportive. They were. My problem was that I grew up in New York City, in the public school system, in the where ADHD didn't exist. What existed was, sit down, you're disrupting the class disease. And I had that very, very bad. And so every day, every single day, I would come home with a note from the teachers about the fact that I was disruptive, that I couldn't sit still, that I was causing trouble for the other students, that I was being a disruptive influence. The irony, of course, is that I was being disruptive because every time I felt like I couldn't focus, I would crack a joke. And what winds up happening when you crack a joke is the class laughs and you get a dopamine hit, which would allow me to focus. So, ironically, I was getting in trouble because I was trying to focus, but I wasn't told, hey, your brain thinks different. Your brain is different. Let's figure out better ways for you. I wasn't told that. I was told you're being difficult and there's something wrong with you. And when you spend the first 18 years of your life hearing that, you spend the next 30 trying to unlearn the fact that you're broke. If I can help kids who are five, six, seven years old today learn at that age that they're not broken, that they're gifted, then they won't have to spend the next 30 years of their lives in therapy like I had. And they're not going to assume that every good thing that they do is actually just a fluke and they haven't had any of their true success at all. Waffles. Shut up. They won't assume they've had any real success in their life at all. I assume that everything I've done every day today is the day that The New York Times writes a story about what a fraud I am. And every day when they don't do it, it's obviously because I'm not important enough for The New York Times to write a story. This goes on every single day. So if I can help a child understand that having a different brain is actually a good thing, and I can stop them from going down the shame spiral for the next 30 years, then it's worth every single thing. And it was a fun book to write in typically ADHD fashion. I had people from the day I launched faster than normal. I had people say, oh my God, just do a kids book and ADHD. I said, yeah, I should. It took five years to do it, and then I wrote it in 2 hours. And when I wrote it, I found this amazing illustrator out of Brazil and she did all the illustrations, and the book was Live in a Month. And so it's one of those things where I really, really believe that children with neurodiverse brains are going to save us all. Nothing new has ever come from anyone with a normal brain. And that doesn't mean there's not a place in the world for normal brains. There are. But if you want creative, I just gave a talk last month to Morgan Stanley 80,000 employees about neurodiversity because they finally are at the point where they understand that neurodiversity is something that should be celebrated and something that can improve your company and improve your bottom line. So now I'm getting calls from Adobe, from Google to go in and talk about this stuff. And that's my goal, is to help expand that conversation. Companies are finally spending more on mental health. I'm speaking to schools all about this, and the boy with the faster brain, like I said, was really written for those kids. I remember I spoke to a school in Wayne, New Jersey, a couple of months ago, and this kid comes up to me the end of the talk, and I'm going to cry because I can't talk about this crying. Kid comes up to me fifth grader, his eyes were down the entire time, sitting on the floor. He wasn't really looking. And he comes up to me, the end, his eyes are still down. He goes, I just want to thank you have never read a book about someone like me before. And I just gave him like the biggest hug. That's what I want to do. And if this book does that even in slightest, then I have succeeded beyond my wildest dreams. Christopher Lewis [00:15:13]: You talk about the importance of everyone understanding neurodiversity more and how not only impacts us as parents, but how it impacts the child. What are some of the biggest let's just say, what are some of the things that people don't understand the most when it comes to neurodiversity? And what do parents need to understand if they believe that their own child is neurodiverse and they want to be able to support them better? Peter Shankman [00:15:42]: Well, the first one is most definitely that your child is not broken, your child's gifted. The premise of children with neurodiverse needs special help. Just to be normal is bullshit. You're not normal. That's the beauty of it. That's what I want, right? You want to not be normal. You want to be thinking differently. You want to have this fun. So that right there is the very first answer. And so I would take it a step further and say that, yes, when you're told there's something different about your child, your first instinct is to freak out don't learn as much as you can. Talk to more than one doctor. It's like buying a house. You don't just go visit one house. Talk to more than one doctor because you might have a misunderstanding of what neurodiversity is. Again, when I was growing up, it was sit down and disrupt in the class, and so you felt like everything you were doing was wrong, when in fact, I was reading on a college level from first grade because I loved it so much, right? It was the stuff that I was bad at, the stuff I didn't love so much that I was bad at that I couldn't math, science, things that I just couldn't grasp. So it's all about figuring out what the kid is good at and highlighting those things, really enjoying those things, letting the kids have fun with the things that are most important to them. Look, I'm not anti medication. I think in some instances, I have a prescription for Concerta. I think I took last time I took a pill was about five weeks ago, six weeks ago. I just rarely take it. I take it on days when my assistant says, if you don't get these five expense reports into me today, and we get them to the client, you're not getting paid. She goes, Take your damn pill and do it. So be it. But most of the time for me, I am able to use other ways to focus and other ways to get that dope meaning. So work with your kid and understand there are different ways and different things they can do to learn about themselves, and they're not broken. This is not a death sentence. It's not a curse, nothing like that. CHristopher Lewis [00:17:26]: I have to agree with you there, because I found out also as an adult that I had ADHD. And people in my life have probably always known they've always known that I had that in my life. The way that I thought, the way that I did things, the way that I balanced many other things. But just like you, I tried medication, found it, didn't really do what I needed it to do. And I've built a lot of coping mechanisms throughout the years to be able to deal with it. Now, if I talk to my partner in my life, I think she would probably tell you that there are still some times where she probably thinks that I probably should be on some meds to be able to calm things down. But she understands, and we learned together that I had this in my life as well. And at least one of my daughters I know has it as well, and she does not want medication either. And we've talked about coping mechanisms and things that they can do to be able to be successful in that regard. And I think that for parents, it's good to understand that your child does not have to be on medication to be able to be successful. In some cases, you might need that, but it doesn't mean that you have to do that. And that doesn't have to be just because that you have a diagnosis doesn't mean the first step means medication. Peter Shankman [00:18:47]: And that's the thing, I think, that a lot of parents don't understand, is that medication doesn't need to be a first line of defense. It could be a last resort. It can be combined. It should be combined. Pills don't teach skills. Right. If you're out there taking medication every day, there's tons of stories about kids who get on meds when they're five years old. They're on meds, so they're 25. Then they're kicked off their parents insurance, and they can't afford it. Now. What? They've learned nothing. Right? So now all of you don't have the crutch of medication. Now what do you do? So, yeah, there's a lot of things that can be done in addition to medication. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. CBT, DBT, regular therapist. And I've been going to the same therapist now for over 20 years. The guy's amazing. He looks like Einstein. He has a social acuity. He is the technological acuity of a turnip. But he saved my life more than once. So those are the things that you need to understand, is that medication is just one arrow in the quiver of everything you're doing. Christopher Lewis [00:19:37]: Peter, I think you made this clear, but I want to hit home the point that for you, as you share this book out into the world, you get it in front of different audiences, you get it into local libraries, you get it into those local bookstores. You get it in front of the PTAs and teachers. What's the biggest takeaway that you want for parents and kids in reading this and leaving at the end of the book? Peter Shankman [00:20:03]: Different kids learn differently. You can't sit 35 kids in a classroom and expect them all to be automatrons and do the exact same thing. That's what happened to me. And it starts off with, you sit wherever you want, and then a couple of weeks later, they notice you getting distracted. They move you to the front of the room. Well, now when you get distracted, it's a lot easier for the teachers to see that you're getting distracted now. You get in more trouble quicker. What they should do is they should push in the back of the room, and they should say, okay, you know what? I get the way you are. If you need to stand up or walk outside, do a couple of jumping jacks, whatever, do some deep knee squats, whatever, come back in with a little bit more dopamine, feel free. Those are the kind of things that I'm seeing now in some schools. It's wonderful. We also all grew up with the premise of sit down in the morning, watch your cartoons while eating two bowls of chocolate frosted sugar bombs, then get driven to school. How about we take a 30 minutes walk, then give a kids a couple of eggs and some protein and a big glass of water, and then send them to school? So different things. They tried that in Texas. They replaced 20 minutes of recess with an hour every day, and they replaced breakfast and lunch that were mostly carbs and sugars with proteins and good fats. And they saw something like a 19% decrease in outbursts from ADHD, outbursts from boys, and a I think it was like a 29% increase in girls participating in class because girls present ADHD differently than boys do. And so that's massive. That's massive. Did nothing else. But they gave them more exercise, and they changed the food. So you look at things like that, you're like, wow. Christopher Lewis [00:21:26]: Peter, we always finish our interviews with what I like to call our Fatherhood Five, where I ask you five more questions to delve deeper into you as a dad. Are you ready? Peter Shankman [00:21:33]: Go for it. Christopher Lewis [00:21:34]: In one word, what is fatherhood? Peter Shankman [00:21:37]: That I've walked the face of this earth? Christopher Lewis [00:21:39]: When was the time that you finally felt like you succeeded at being a father to a daughter? Peter Shankman [00:21:43]: When I picked up my daughter from school earlier this year. One day, I picked her up almost every day, and I picked her up, and the teacher came over to me, said, no big deal. Just want to let you know that Jessa and a boy got into a little argument, and Jesse used a curse word when talking to him. I said, well, what'd she say? He goes, she called him an asshole. And I know that she totally got that from me, because we're on our scooter. We go on our scooter every day to school, and you try scooting in Manhattan, you're going to call someone asshole on every trip. It's just what it is. And so he goes, she called him an asshole. I go, we fucking deserved it, right? And the teacher just cracked up. That was when I knew I was a good parent. That's what I knew. I was a great dad parent. Christopher Lewis [00:22:28]: Now, if I was to talk to your daughter, how would she describe you as a dad? Peter Shankman [00:22:32]: Dad is crazy. Dad makes me laugh. Dad is a skydiver. And dad goes on TV a lot, and he loves me very much. Christopher Lewis [00:22:41]: Who inspires you to be a better dad? Peter Shankman [00:22:43]: My father. Without question. My father. And then I think my daughter as crazy as it sounds. Because when I had sort of my awakening in 2016, when I realized everything, this is when I realized about my ADHD, when I wrote the first book on ADHD, everything. In 2016, I caught my awakening year. I realized that the only people whose opinions really matter to me are my daughter, my parents, my girlfriend. That's it. And I stopped caring what other people thought. And that was just this incredible, incredible level of freedom. And so. Yeah. I'd say my daughter inspires me because I want to do the best job I can for her, because she's who matters. Christopher Lewis [00:23:19]: You've given a lot of piece of advice today as we finish up today, what's one piece of advice that you'd like to give to every dad? Peter Shankman [00:23:27]: I think there comes a point when we realize that we feel like we're trapped, right? Oh, I have a kid. I'd love to be living in Asia right now. There's no question about it, right? Especially with what's happened to America in the past, like, five years. I'd love to be gone. I'd love to be in Asia. I love Asia, for I could live like a goddamn king on one 10th the amount of money it cost me to live in New York. And I could live 20 times better if I was in South Vietnam or something, right know? But you can, right? But the one thing you can control is the people you associate with. And one of the greatest quotes I ever heard ever came from an old skydiver friend of mine. And you want to listen to old Skydiver because if they're still alive, if Skydiver 40 years, they've done something, right? And this guy said to me goes, I was complaining about how the people who I live in the city with don't understand why I go up to the Skydive every weekend. The people who I Skydive with don't understand why I want to come home every weekend. You know, come home because I like things like hot water, and I go up to the drop zones. I like jumping. I was kind of surfing that duality, right, where both things were different. And this old guy looks at me and goes, you know, if you can't change the people around you, change the people around you blew my mind. I'm like, that's the best piece of advice ever gotten. And it goes back to what I said earlier. Life's too short to surround yourself with annoying people. So the best piece of advice if you can't change the people around you, find better people. Christopher Lewis [00:24:35]: Peter, if people want to find out more about you, about the book, about your other books, where's the best place. Peter Shankman [00:24:41]: For them to go? My entire life firstname.lastname@example.org my email is email@example.com. All my books are on Amazon. They're everywhere. And then I'm at Peter Shankman on all the socials except Twitter. I quit Twitter because I just cannot take what has become. But other than that, I'm at Peter Shankman everywhere else. I'm pretty big on Instagram, so, yeah, feel free to follow me anywhere you'd like. Christopher Lewis [00:24:58]: Well, Peter, I just want to say thank you. Thank you for sharing your story. Thank you for writing this book for kids like you and other kids that, as you said, may have been not seeing people like themselves in books. And I wish you all the best. Peter Shankman [00:25:15]: Pleasure was mine. Great to be here. Christopher Lewis [00:25:17]: We know that no child comes with an instruction manual, and most dads are figuring it out as they go along. And the Fatherhood Insider is full of resources and information that will up your game on Fatherhood. Through our extensive course, library, interactive forum, step by step, roadmaps and more, you will engage and learn with experts, but more importantly, dads like you. So check it firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a father of a daughter and have not yet joined the Dadswithdaughters Facebook community, there's a link in the notes. Today dads withdaughters is a program of Fathering together. Find out email@example.com. We look forward to having you back for another great guest next week, all geared to helping you raise strong, empowered daughters and be the best dad that you can be. Christopher Lewis [00:26:06]: We're all in the same boat and it's full of tiny screaming passengers. We spend the time we give the lessons we make the meals we buy them present bring your AC because those kids are growing fast. The time goes by just like a dynamite calling astronauts and firemen carpenters and muscle men get out and be the one to them be the best that you can be be the best that you can be you close.
This week, pray for salvation from a ruined world and honor the nameless dead. *** Purchase Sonbol e-book or paperback. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts. Subscribe via Google Play. Support via Patreon Subscribe via Stitcher. Subscribe via RSS Feed. Check out the official Prose website. Follow on Instagram.
After last week's podcast Acorn realized that old Lulu the cow was not doing well, so she eased Lulu out of her mortal coil and Blind Hog carried the 17 yr old cow up to the north 40. Sadness, but how many cows live that long and have such a good life? Not many I bet!Cleaning up in the garden, clipping down the fields in preparation for fall fescue growth... If the rains will fall... Geese actually made it through the dog door and were all on the screen porch! Yes, it got a little messy...All in all, a bittersweet yet productive week capped off with a trip to the art museum. Annie Leibovitz preview did not disappoint!
This Yoga Nidra meditation is for times of deep sadness. Give yourself this time to step into your darkness to remember who you are and begin to alight, to shift the perspective deep within your ever-loving heart. Transmute the pain of your heart into the joy of your soul. Support the showSubscribe @Restful Medicine on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVWbsKjfzIbDRM8PeZfwqww/videos?view=0Listen on Insight Timer https://insighttimer.com/elkejohnsonElke is a 500 hr YT and is certified in Grief Yoga (R), Trauma Sensitive Yoga, and Transformational Sleep. Book your own private session with Elke www.johayoga.comA very big and special thank you to my teacher, Ally Boothroyd. Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMrEhPz-kPE or visit her website for her yoga teacher training, workshops, and retreats https://www.sarovarayoga.ca. I would also like to say thank you to DJ Taz Rashid, Momentology, & Songs of Eden https://www.djtazrashid.com for providing the soothing background music for many of my meditations. Om Shanti Shanti Shanti - Peace Peace PeaceIt should be noted that some people can be distressed by meditation and mindfulness and therefore this might not be appropriate for everyone and is not a treatment for any disorder and is not a substitute for professional care.Make a donation at https://www.patreon.com/restfulmedicine Thank you.
Everything is terrible and nobody is having fun, but at least you can make an hour pass by listening to this podcast. It's mostly us ranting about Iowa State's deeply frustrating loss to Iowa last weekend, but if we have to be here, then you do too.
The Book of Acts is filled with powerful examples of the wonderful works of God. In this series we'll explore the Book of Acts and discover hidden mysteries that will change your life forever. www.kingdomrock.org Mission Tabernacle Outreach
Its episode 170! We are back with another episode stressing the strike going on right now in Hollywood. But we bring in someone from a reality series, the shows that thrive when writers are striking. We have first time guest Jack Atkins. You know Jack as the Catfish Emily on season 2 of the popular reality show The Circle. Jack has also been on shows such as the Floor is Lava and many other small acting rolls in films and shows. On this episode we get into the inner workings of The Circle and what happens behind the scenes. We talk about topics like if being on the show is like being on a prison or not and who still has hard feelings about each other coming out of the show, and much more. For the first time in a while we decide to do a top ten list! We havnt done this in over a year so we start right off where we left off doing top Ten Tom Hanks Movies. We are proud members of the Inner Circle Podcast Network. If you like our podcast you will love any podcast in our inner circle family. To check out us or any of the other shows visit innercirclepn.com and subscribe on social media @innercirclepn Check out all of our Inner Families best shows The Plunge Shit Happens When You Party Naked Simmons and Moore Podcast The Untrained Eye The Hood Diner Podcast The Angry Dad Podcast Also make sure you check out the All Bros Podcast anywhere podcasts are found! Follow us on Instagram: @failinghollywood Facebook: @failinghollywoodpodcast Twitter: @failinghollywoo Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org We have a new Message hotline Number! call us with and fail stories or questions or thoughts :(805)-669-7556 If you are listening to us please rate us and review us, any feed back really helps.
Boomer, Brandon, and Alli discuss Mark Jenkin's psychedelic, seaside folk horror Enys Men (2023) https://swampflix.com/ 00:00 Welcome 00:36 GalaxyCon Austin 2023 09:38 Missions: Impossible 1 - 4 (2000 - 2011) 17:15 Barbie (2023) 21:53 Triangle of Sadness (2022) 30:23 Turtles Forever (2009) 35:35 Oldboy (2003) 46:35 Enys Men (2023)
Sheridan had a best friend, his dog, Max. Max died, and now Sheridan works to pick up the pieces. Felipe Blue, LCAS, CSI assists Sheridan with processing his pain and finding strategies to alleviate his pain. Losing a dog can be just as painful as losing a human loved one. Dogs are often considered part of the family, and their death can be a very difficult time for their owners. Men, in particular, may feel a sense of loss and grief that they may not be comfortable expressing. Here are some of the things that a man may experience when his dog dies: Shock and disbelief. It may be hard to believe that the dog is gone. He may feel like he's in a dream or that this is all a bad joke. Sadness and grief. He may cry, feel down, or have trouble sleeping. He may also have physical symptoms of grief, such as headaches or stomachaches. Anger. He may feel angry at the dog for dying, or at himself for not being able to save him. Guilt. He may feel guilty about things he said or did to the dog, or about not spending enough time with him. Loneliness. He may feel like he's lost his best friend and doesn't have anyone to talk to about his grief. It's important to allow yourself to feel these emotions and to grieve in your own way. There is no right or wrong way to grieve. If you're struggling to cope with the loss of your dog, there are resources available to help you, such as grief counseling or support groups. Here are some tips for coping with the loss of a dog: Allow yourself to grieve. Don't try to bottle up your emotions. Talk to someone you trust about how you're feeling. Take care of yourself. Make sure you're eating healthy, getting enough sleep, and exercising. Do things that make you happy. Spend time with loved ones, do activities you enjoy, or go for walks in nature. Remember the good times. Think about all the happy memories you have with your dog. This can help you feel closer to him even though he's gone. Losing a dog is a difficult experience, but it's important to remember that you're not alone. There are people who care about you and want to help you through this. With time and support, you will heal from this loss. Recorded at More Than Therapy www.morethantherapy.org --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/morethantherapy/message
Welcome to God's pathway to life for you, today's episode about winning with the Word from Sam Cathey.Email address:email@example.com(Let us Know how we are doing)South Heights Baptist Church (Sapulpa, OK)I invite you to live stream Church with us on Facebook live Sunday morning at 11am CST and Sunday Night at 6:30pm and Wednesday night at 7pmCST link Belowhttps://www.facebook.com/SouthHeightsBaptistChurchOfSapulpaWebsite for the Church, this takes you straight to the media page for the Churchhttps://www.southheightsbaptist.com/mediaministry.htmlFacebook page for the Podcast please like the pagehttps://www.facebook.com/Godspathwaytolife/Website for Podcast https://godspathwaytolife.faith/Support the show
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Jenn Champion is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Los Angeles. She is a founding member of the legendary gloomers Carris's Wierd, recorded 4 records under the moniker "S" and now releases material and performs as Jenn Champion. Her newest self produced release, The Last Night of Sadness (out Oct. 13 via Gay Forever) is a rich and confident journey, tinged with heavy synth/pop riffs and hip hop nods, all coated in with a sheen of real life darkness and humor. In this episode, Jenn's shares her life and musical experience "pre-Carrisas Wierd" and how the band's relevance periodically bumbles into her orbit. Jenn and Joe discuss her view on success vs. fame and how the new record went from "small" demos to a much larger pop production. Jenn tells us why the new release feels more like a realized piece of art, how horror soundtracks had an influence on the production and we hear a few tunes. Episode supported by Distrokid Episode supported by Izotope
In the 12 p.m. hour of the K&C Masterpiece, the guys wrap their heads around the Cowboys running back room, then ask if fans are ready for the Rangers season to be over before asking more tough questions about the season to come for the Rangers in Mike Likes It
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Welcome back to this weeks episode of The Blackdog Podcast. This week Jim is away. So Lee tries to fill the void with extra dose of poorly delivered dad jokes before we move on to everyones week, including Eltons shock that there is a national cinema day and Darren falling into a hell of generic superhero cliches watching Blue Beetle, followed by Jurassic Park. Lee on the other hand, climbs Elizabeth Tower and gets his insides liquidised thanks to close proximity to the Big Ben bell as it struck the hour. As well as visiting a "pug cafe" and watching in quick succession the Daniel Craig James Bond movies and gaining a new appreciation for them in the process. Then, after a bit of feedback (and a possible threat of watching more Reb Brown movies in the future its on to this weeks film) which due to a small streaming error changed from the scheduled film The Vikings, into Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny... Which may actually be about Archimedes going to Timpsons key cutters, watch repairs and shoe weather treating oh dear... Music "Boogie Party" and "Farting Around" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
On This episode of Draw Straws Raw Eric B and Randy sit down and Talk All Things WWE Raw from Monday September 5th, 2023. Eric Goes To THE WORLD's LARGEST RIBFEST! Judgmental Main Event Jay? Ohh No The Vikings are on a Roll!!!! Prince Puma Wins!!!! Baszler vs Stark Hard fought Choke! Gunther vs Gable , The emotions, Happiness, Sadness, Pain and TEARS!! All This and More Here on SNMERADIO!!!!!
How is it book launch day already?! Today is the day! Mindful in Minutes A Meditation Guide For The Modern Family is available at all major book retailers, and also available on Kindle and on Audible. In this bonus episode Kelly reads part of the introduction to the book and the chapter on Sadness- chosen by MIM listeners so you can get a taste of what's inside the book. Order MIM A Meditation Guide For The Modern Family On Amazon (hardcover, Kindle, and Audible available) Order directly from the publisher here Barnes and Noble Thank you for the support! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The hosts are both traveling this week so they've selected a favorite episode to run.“Back-up” vibrators: Should you get one? If you've ever asked yourself this question, and then wondered, ‘How would someone who's not me answer this?', then this, our 77th episode, is for you. Well, 5% – 8% of this episode is for you, and it comes in the second half of the show.Also, Laura House is no longer afraid of her emotions, and Adam finally does a thing he meant to do, which inspires Annabelle, to do the same thing, instead of putting it off. You'll probably NEVER guess what that thing is! Listen to the episode to find out. Mentioned in the ShowFree to Be You & Me, and the song It's Alright to Cry by Rosie GrierThings You Should Stop Worrying About This WeekPilots that lie about their work experience to get hiredWhy Sarah Palin is in the news againBaby seals stuck in Long Island trafficThe dangers of night lights Do YOU have a tiny victory to share? Call the Tiny Victories Hotline: (323) 285-1675We want folks to share their tiny victories on our hotline because, frankly, we'll assume we're just talking into the void every week and nothing matters. Prove us wrong. Did you finally do that thing you were putting off? Tiny victory! Reconnect with someone you haven't been in touch with for ages? Victory! We only ask that you try to keep messages to under a minute so we're able to play it on the show.If you prefer, you can record a tiny victory on your phone and then email us the audio. Email: TinyVictories@maximumfun.orgHOW TO @ USTwitter@GetTinyPod@LAGurwitch@ImLauraHouse@Swish (producer Laura Swisher)Instagram@GetTinyPod
Should you stop being “good”? According to the 7 deadly sins, a “good person” needs no rest, has no appetite, has no desires, puts themselves last, and is never upset. NYT best-selling author Elise Loehnen says we spend most of our energy denying the needs and instincts that make us human - like our needs for love, connection, success, and rest. It's hard to be “ok” when you've spent a lifetime denying your own needs. In this episode we cover: How the 7 deadly sins morphed into a rulebook for everyday life Who does she think she is?! Is the sin of greed keeping you from making friends? Why the most harmful thing you can do to a woman is destroy her reputation Why don't we allow men to be sad? (it's not what you think) The grief in how much time you've lost trying to be good Looking for a creative exploration of grief? Check out the best selling Writing Your Grief course here. “You can't interrupt the status quo alone. This is communal work.” - Elise Loehnen Related episodes: Horse Barbie & Cultivating Trans Joy with Geena Rocero Book Bans, Grief, and Love: What Do These Have to Do With Social Movements? with Malkia Devich-Cyril Follow our show on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok @refugeingrief and @itsokpod on TikTok. Visit refugeingrief.com for resources & courses About our guest: Elise Loehnen is the author of the New York Times bestseller, On Our Best Behavior: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Price Women Pay to Be Good. She's written for The Oprah Magazine, Stylist, and The New York Times, and hosts the podcast, Pulling the Thread. Find her @eliseloehnen About Megan: Psychotherapist Megan Devine is one of today's leading experts on grief, from life-altering losses to the everyday grief that we don't call grief. The best-selling book on grief in over a decade, Megan's It's Ok that You're Not OK, is a global phenomenon that has been translated into more than 25 languages. Her animations and explainers have garnered over 75 million views and are used in training programs around the world. Find her @refugeingrief Additional resources: Elise's NYT best seller: On Our Best Behavior: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Price Women Pay to Be Good Want to talk with Megan directly? Join our patreon community for live monthly Q&A grief clinics: your questions, answered. Want to speak to her privately? Apply for a 1:1 grief consultation here. Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's OK That You're Not OK and How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed Books and resources may contain affiliate links.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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