Emotional pain associated with, or characterized by, feelings of disadvantage, loss, despair, grief, helplessness, disappointment and sorrow
The trio is back again this week to break down the new Doctor Strange movie and to explain what significance it may provide the future of Marvel films. Spoilers galore this week! Tune in for another fun filled episode!
Comrades, those of you living in Zimbabwe will be aware just how much madness has been going on in the past week or so. A multiverse of it. Dan & Phil are here to help you navigate through it, call us Zimbabwe Chavez! First, newspaper editor and expert on everything Ranga Mberi explains the economy, then our patrons join us in our biggest episode yet to review the events of the week and then discuss Dr Strange in an extremely nerdy fashion. Enjoy!Timestamps: 00:50 - Intro02:50 - 2 Broke Economists - Dan & Phil ask Ranga Mberi how far with the economy? 51:25 - Patrons start joining the podcast53:45 - Zimbabweans Doing It Big 61:04 - Follow up on Sha Sha, Kabza De Small & DJ Maphorisa63:00 - 2 people die at the Castle Tankard73:24 - DJ Fantan accused of assaulting his wife? 78:00 - Fenty embraces Zimbabwe's “Open For Business” mantra83:57 - Connie Ferguson visit to Zimbabwe recap90:25 - Marvel MCU Phase 5 Rankings & Dr Strange Review115:40 - New Music Review with PatronsSubscribe and listen to 2 Broke Twimbos everywhere podcasts are available. We have a new unified link that will take you to the podcast on whatever your preferred app is, as well as all the other links you will need to support and enjoy the podcast:2BT LinkPlease rate and review, and support us on Patreon!
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the holy Gospel, according to John +Jesus said to his disciples, "As the Father has loved me, so I have loved you; abide in my love. If you keep my commandments, you will abide in my love, just as I have kept my Father's commandments and abide in his love. I have said these things to you so that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be complete. "This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. No one has greater love than this, to lay down one's life for one's friends. You are my friends if you do what I command you. I do not call you servants any longer, because the servant does not know what the master is doing; but I have called you friends, because I have made known to you everything that I have heard from my Father. You did not choose me but I chose you. And I appointed you to go and bear fruit, fruit that will last, so that the Father will give you whatever you ask him in my name. I am giving you these commands so that you may love one another."The Gospel of the Lord.
Every mom wants her child to be HAPPY, but we know that sadness is a part of life. Instead of teaching our kids to AVOID sadness, we want to teach them how to HANDLE sadness successfully. If you'd like to download the ALL THE FEELS feelings chart, you can find it here: https://fearlessmom.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/All-The-Feels-Chart-and-Questions-1.pdf Find us online: https://fearlessmom.com/ Like our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/FearlessMomCommunity/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fearless_mom/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/fearless_mom Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/fearless_mom/
A podcast is trying to reunite with their old friend amid a city ravaged by a plague that turns its victims into deranged, bloodthirsty sadists. On Episode 511 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss one of our most anticipated films of the year, The Sadness from director Rob Jabbaz, streaming exclusively on Shudder now! We also connect up with one of our friends who also happens to be one of our favorite directors, Kurando Mitsutake! Kurando talks about his latest film Maniac Driver, and gives some early info about his next project! So grab a comic off the shelf, flip through it so you can be an expert, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Kurando Mitsutake, listening to podcasts in the morning, Michael Rosenbaum, Talk is Jericho, Square One Mall, Super J-Cup, Japanese wrestling, the benefits of the showercap, Gorillas in the Midst, Meryl Streep, Beard Caps, an attempt at a 4-way, a quick schvitz, the Sopranos community, Spinal Tap 2, Christopher Guest, Rob Reiner, I am Brute, Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, Break Like the Wind, Kids in the Hall, The Sadness, Rob Jabazz, The Crossed, Garth Ennis, making films in a post-pandemic world, Aliens, zombies, voodoo, Thanagarian Snare Beast, chehkov's shears, fry basket to the face, Y the Last Man, the limitations of the Chinese government on media in their country, gory AF, zombie buggery, flipping through comics, moons over my-hammy, Gilberg, calling spots, Robert Eggers, The Northman, Reel Gore Releasing, Steve Aquilina, Machine Girl, Asami, real-time remote film editing, Lion-Girl, bringing sexy back to comics, Tokyo City Hall, the Fukushima nuclear disaster, guerrilla filmmaking, Nissan President, political subtext within exploitation films, Taxi Driver, William Lustig, Hayate, Karate Kill, Gun Woman, giallo, My Apocalypse Now, Monster Fest, Action USA, Miami Connection, Zatoichi, Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf, hard boiled film noir, William Lustig's Maniac, Junji Ito, living out your days in Maine, Frason: the new horror icon, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, imagination running wild brother, The Nation of Fabrication, Diabolik DVD, Lady Terminator, The Batman, visions of Hot Dogs in your head, all beef baby, what's your favorite olive?, and Schvitzing Bullets.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
It's a grouchy and somewhat somber Mavs Time as we look at the highs and lows of the Suns series so far and discuss on what we need to see from Luka moving forward. Plus, Monty vs Kidd and, as always, a Dorian Finney Smith appreciation moment.
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the holy Gospel, according to John +Jesus said to his disciples: "Do not let your hearts be troubled. You have faith in God; have faith also in me. In my Father's house there are many dwelling places. If there were not, would I have told you that I am going to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back again and take you to myself, so that where I am you also may be. Where I am going you know the way." Thomas said to him, "Master, we do not know where you are going; how can we know the way?" Jesus said to him, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."The Gospel of the Lord.
Why do some people have the guard so high all the time? I'll tell ya. Cosmetic procedure experience and weekend travel plans! love you guys xoxo --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Gremlins aren't just cuddly, aquaphobic Christmas monsters - they're also winged monsters that bedeviled allied aircraft in WW2. This week, the crew heads to the South Pacific for a pulpy, girl-power-bottle-action-creature feature mashup that breaks all the laws of physics. Also, just how depraved is "The Sadness?" Is it ultra-violent smut? Maybe. We discuss the new Taiwanese release on Shudder. Motion Picture Terror Scale: 2. Quality: 3.5. Enjoyment: 4 Articles mentioned in this episode: "‘Shadow in the Cloud' Filmmaker Roseanne Liang Sets the Record Straight on Her Film's Writing Credits," by Brian Davids for The Hollywood Reporter "Shadow in the Cloud's Gremlins, Explained," by Kevin Shirka for CBR "Director Roseanne Liang Spoke With Actual WW2 Pilots For Her Gremlin Thriller ‘Shadow In The Cloud'" by Josh Weiss for Forbes "Big Deal -- My Dad Was A Ball Turret Gunner In World War II," by Iris Ruth Pastor for HuffPost
Excelsior!! The Abyss gang gets all Marvelous this week as they explore the Spector aslyum and discuss Disney+'s Moon Knight. Before talking Mooncopters they take a look at The Sadness, David Peak's The World Below, Spiderman No Way Home, Netflix's Circle and The Pentaverate, Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Kathy Koja's Bad Brains, and Ronald Malfi's Come With Me. Enjoy True Belivers!
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the holy Gospel, according to John +When Jesus had washed the disciples' feet, he said to them:"Amen, amen, I say to you, no slave is greater than his masternor any messenger greater than the one who sent him.If you understand this, blessed are you if you do it.I am not speaking of all of you.I know those whom I have chosen.But so that the Scripture might be fulfilled,The one who ate my food has raised his heel against me.From now on I am telling you before it happens,so that when it happens you may believe that I AM.Amen, amen, I say to you, whoever receives the one I sendreceives me, and whoever receives me receives the one who sent me."The Gospel of the Lord.
Check on your friends, they may not be ok How are you? Are you ok? Ask questions. And be honest with others if you are not ok. We are living in different times This current state of affairs in our world we are in has opened up space for a lot of confusion, a lot of fear a lot of lack of clarity for what is true and what is false We are sifting and sorting sifting and sorting through all this uncertainty and all of this “what in the actual” is going on here? I get it I am with you When we lack confidence, we lack hope and when we lack hope - we spiral to darker and darker places I want you to know that I do have confidence I do have hope 800-273-8255 please call if you are struggling with mental health. You matter
There are often times in our life where we are going through something or someone else is that breaks our heart but there isn't anything we can do to make it all go away. We start to feel helpless and lose faith. Those are hard feelings to deal with because at least taking action can make you feel as though you are working to change the situation. What do you do when you feel like there is nothing you can do? This week I dive into ancient wisdom and ways but with a modern day twist so that we can still benefit from it too regardless of our beliefs. Contact: email@example.com or Insta: @unpackingmyself Sponsored by: Hatch Brighter (www.hatchbrighter.com)
We watched The Sadness before it was available for streaming in the US because we are a big time movie review podcast. I can easily say that this is one of the craziest movies I've ever seen, and will stick with me for a long time. @dgoebel00 on Instagram provided this amazing artwork. Follow him and check out his website (1:30) - Intro(7:00) -Synopsis(9:00) -Review(17:45) -Score(26:17) -Spoilers(1:23:35) - Horror Movie WHOORES https://youtu.be/VUR1DWh7eLs Synopsis The Sadness follows boyfriend Jim (Berant Zhu) and girlfriend Kat (Regina Lei) on their normal day in Taiwan. Unfortunately for our couple, this normal day is the day that the Alvin virus hits their city. The Alvin virus is a pandemic that they've been hearing about for a while but no one seems to be taking seriously. As the virus hits their hometown, people start to die, and worse, rape each other in the streets. The virus causes people to cry as they assault each other while simultaneously exhibiting total ecstasy in causing pain and torture. It seems to unlock the most reprehensible parts of people and make them capable of depravity you've never even seen in horror movies. Will Jim and Kat make it through, or will the sadness take them? Review Canadian writer, director Rob Jabbaz brought this manga adaptation of Crossed (Garth Ennis and Alan Moore)to Taiwan to film. This is his first full-length feature film. Without question, this is one of the most depraved movies I've ever seen in terms of dialog. The violence is absolutely absurd and over-the-top. The themes are disgusting, and are meant to cast a light on the absurdities of politicizing a major health concern such as a pandemic. I heard a little bit about The Sadness before I watched it, enough to brace myself, which was good because I don't think I would have enjoyed it otherwise. The makeup, effects, and execution is unbelievable, rivaling that of similar splatter movies like Braindead / Dead Alive. This is a slick movie that is well made, and outpaces most action movies handily. It's also so absurdly disgusting that I imagine many won't be able to finish it. Watch The SadnessWatch on ShudderClick Here to Subscribe to Shudder It takes the old premise of zombies and the morality tales that they brought to the silver screen and pops a monster truck engine under the hood before sending you to hell with tears streaming from your eyes. The Sadness is super gross, but it does have something of a point, which seems to make it easier to take in. The non-stop themes of rape, murder, and stupendously disgusting dialog where characters describe in vivid detail the acts of violent sodomy they wish to perform made me so happy that this wasn't in English. Had I heard those words spoken in a language that I understood, I would have been sickened to my core. The only movie that I've reviewed that left me feeling almost as gross as this was The House that Jack Built. Not many will be able to get through this one and those who do will have to live with all those nasty thoughts in their head. Score 8/10 Get 13% Off your order at NightChannels.com when you use code HMT at checkout.
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the holy Gospel, according to John +Jesus cried out and said,"Whoever believes in me believes not only in mebut also in the one who sent me,and whoever sees me sees the one who sent me.I came into the world as light,so that everyone who believes in me might not remain in darkness.And if anyone hears my words and does not observe them,I do not condemn him,for I did not come to condemn the world but to save the world.Whoever rejects me and does not accept my wordshas something to judge him: the word that I spoke,it will condemn him on the last day,because I did not speak on my own,but the Father who sent me commanded me what to say and speak.And I know that his commandment is eternal life.So what I say, I say as the Father told me."The Gospel of the Lord.
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.
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the holy Gospel, according to John +The feast of the Dedication was taking place in Jerusalem.It was winter.And Jesus walked about in the temple area on the Portico of Solomon.So the Jews gathered around him and said to him,"How long are you going to keep us in suspense?If you are the Christ, tell us plainly."Jesus answered them, "I told you and you do not believe.The works I do in my Father's name testify to me.But you do not believe, because you are not among my sheep.My sheep hear my voice;I know them, and they follow me.I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish.No one can take them out of my hand.My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all,and no one can take them out of the Father's hand.The Father and I are one."The Gospel of the Lord.
Update on our week: Andy talks about the USFL, the hype it is receiving, and the struggles in filling the roster with quality players. Daniel has been busy and put up a storm door at his new house. He also found the time to see 2 new films, Don't Look Up and Ambulance with Jake Gyllenhaal. Noel saw a new movie the Outfit, a gangster movie set within a tailor shop in 1950s Chicago Noel also talks about a new horror film, The Sadness, which is an Asian film combining the zombie genre with a rage/demonic possession similar to films like Rec and 28 Days Later. Article for the week: Watch the Water (Hour long Documentary) https://rumble.com/v10mnew-live-world-premiere-watch-the-water.html Is Covid Snake Venom? (Rebuttal to previous video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRpyVPjFzf8 Warning: May have Strong Language and Content. ========== Thank you to everyone who enjoys what we do. If you like what we do, please spread the word of our show. Email questions or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org ========== See FACEBOOK page https://www.facebook.com/freeformnetwork Follow us on TWITTER https://twitter.com/FFRpodcast ========== Free Form Network and all our podcast are available on many platforms including STITCHER, ANDROID, IPHONE, IPAD, IPOD TOUCH and PODBEAN IPHONE, IPAD & IPOD TOUCH http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/free-form-network/id995998853 SPREAKER http://www.spreaker.com/show/free-form-network STITCHER http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/free-form-network OVERCAST https://overcast.fm/itunes995998853/free-form-network SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/0QKRhkXDmQ9cxItaiu49Vy GOOGLE MUSIC https://play.google.com/music/listen?authuser&u=0#/ps/Iefi4cm2cahq6dg6upjs2exf52e IHEART RADIO http://www.iheart.com/show/53-Free-Form-Network/ TUNE IN RADIO http://tunein.com/radio/Free-Form-Network-p784190/ PLAYER FM https://player.fm/series/free-form-network TUMBLR https://freeformnetworkpodcast.tumblr.com/ WORDPRESS https://freeformnetwork.wordpress.com/ YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj0LNZRJHyW7sQwM5ZdOCQg DEEZER https://www.deezer.com/show/1215892 PODCHASER https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/free-form-network-1193319 PODCAST ADDICT https://podplayer.net/?podId=2920676 PODBEAN DESKTOP https://freeformnetwork.podbean.com/ PODBEAN MOBILE https://freeformnetwork.podbean.com/mobile ========== Free Form Radio - Episode 169 - 05/08/2022 Hosted by Daniel, Andy and Noel ========== FREE FORM NETWORK
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the holy Gospel, according to John +Jesus said:"Amen, amen, I say to you,whoever does not enter a sheepfold through the gatebut climbs over elsewhere is a thief and a robber.But whoever enters through the gate is the shepherd of the sheep.The gatekeeper opens it for him, and the sheep hear his voice,as he calls his own sheep by name and leads them out.When he has driven out all his own,he walks ahead of them, and the sheep follow him,because they recognize his voice.But they will not follow a stranger;they will run away from him,because they do not recognize the voice of strangers."Although Jesus used this figure of speech,they did not realize what he was trying to tell them.So Jesus said again, "Amen, amen, I say to you,I am the gate for the sheep.All who came before me are thieves and robbers,but the sheep did not listen to them.I am the gate.Whoever enters through me will be saved,and will come in and go out and find pasture.A thief comes only to steal and slaughter and destroy;I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly."The Gospel of the Lord.
In life, there is a continuum of emotionally compromised people. Some lean toward OVER-regulating their emotions, pushing negative feelings deep down into their heart and soul, hoping that those highly charged and highly negative emotions will simply disappear or fade away over time. Others lean toward UNDER-regulating their emotions, expressing EVERY passing feeling they have with robust intensity. BOTH ends of the continuum are unhealthy. BOTH ends of the continuum will hamstring your relationships. In this message, Max Vanderpool makes a case for why becoming more like Jesus means becoming more emotionally self-aware.
Pastor Paul Irminger shares a special message on Mother's Day. Joy. Sadness. Anger. Compassion. God has given each of us the capacity to feel deeply. And when we can better process our powerful emotions, we can start to understand how He will use them for His good. Watch the online stream of this service here https://bit.ly/3kNm6FU
Horror for Dummies Episode 200 is here! We celebrate this milestone with something different this week. Instead of the usual review show we decided to have a debate...Multiple debates. Who wins in a fight between Superhero's VS Horror icons? Both hosts pick a fighter from their preferred genre and they battle it out and decide who wins the fight. On our Raw review, we discuss a film that has yet to be released. THE SADNESS. A film that is definitely worth checking out. Here our spoiler free thought on it here. TO MAKE IT EASIER IVE ADDED TIME CUES. INCASE YOU WANT TO CHECK OUT A SPECIFIC TOPIC 13 Minutes-Listener mail 41:35-Podcast Spotlight (22 Shots of Moodz and Horror Podcast) 48 Minutes-Question of the Week 1:01:20-Superhero's VS Horror Icons 2:50:40-Raw Review (The Sadness) HORROR FOR DUMMIES is a Bi-weekly show that's released every other Sunday. If you'd like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, Apples Podcasts app, Spotify or any other great podcasting apps. If you want to support us the best way possible and get some bonus content, come join our Patreon page. We are proud members of the padded room podcast network so also find us there and leave us a review! Thanks for listening to Horror for dummies! https://www.facebook.com/horrorfordummies/?ref=bookmarks https://www.patreon.com/horrorfordummies https://www.instagram.com/horrorfordummiespodcast/?hl=en https://letterboxd.com/Horrordummie/
Sooner or later, most of us experience grief from losing someone we love. It's always painful, and sometimes even debilitating. But there is plenty we can do to help ourselves and others be resilient. Join Dave as he talks with Columbia University psychologist George Bonanno and Rabbi Angela Buchdahl about ways to promote a healthy mourning process and find a path back to life. George Bonnano's book The Other Side of Sadness: What the New Science of Bereavement Tells Us About Life After Loss, is available on his website. Find out more about Rabbi Angela Buchdahl here.
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the holy Gospel, according to John +Many of the disciples of Jesus who were listening said, "This saying is hard; who can accept it?" Since Jesus knew that his disciples were murmuring about this, he said to them, "Does this shock you? What if you were to see the Son of Man ascending to where he was before? It is the Spirit that gives life, while the flesh is of no avail. The words I have spoken to you are Spirit and life. But there are some of you who do not believe." Jesus knew from the beginning the ones who would not believe and the one who would betray him. And he said, "For this reason I have told you that no one can come to me unless it is granted him by my Father." As a result of this, many of his disciples returned to their former way of life and no longer walked with him. Jesus then said to the Twelve, "Do you also want to leave?" Simon Peter answered him, "Master, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life. We have come to believe and are convinced that you are the Holy One of God."The Gospel of the Lord.Lord make Me an instrument of Your peaceWhere there is hatred let me sow love.Where there is injury, pardon.Where there is doubt, faith.Where there is despair, hope.Where there is darkness, light.Where there is sadness joy.O Divine master grant that I mayNot so much seek to be consoled as to consoleTo be understood, as to understand.To be loved. as to loveFor it's in giving that we receiveAnd it's in pardoning that we are pardonedAnd it's in dying that we are born...To eternal life.Aaamen...
Thrilled to be joined by Emily Kohavi, Daniel Kohavi and Max Hoffman, better known as rising Folk band 'Wildeyes' on this special LIVE Episode of Jrodconcerts: The Podcast. After their critically acclaimed 2018 album 'Beauty and Sadness' the band is ready for the follow up. And it's coming with a brand new sound, theory trademark songwriting and hit singles in the form of 'Shut Up and Dance' out May 20th. Join us as we go deep with the band on the power of the band's message, their musical Genesis, performing with musical legends and more. And stay tuned for an exclusive performance of 'Open Your Eyes'
When a sadistic podcast host begins running down the reality in a comic book film, the Vegan King of Wales is forced to investigate the podcast's hidden corruption and question why he stayed awake until 5am for this debacle. On Episode 510 of Trick or Treat Radio we have our May Patreon Takeover. Joining us this time around is Linus, straight from the UK and staying up way too late to discuss The Batman with us. We are also haunted by the ghosts of Batman past, we find out exactly what Buckfast is, and there is a rare emotional, tender moment on the show. So grab your cape and cowl, down a pint of mosh pit juice, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Bangers and Mash, Buckfast, across the pond, Linus, Bristol UK, the Ravenshadow watch method, God Save the Queen, Neal Adams, Linus Fitness-Centre, shoegaze, Shore Drive Records, writing an EP is the new making a mixtape, Death by DVD, GGTMC, Talk Without Rhythm, Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, PTO for yard work, Edward Ravenhands, Sam Raimi, Spider-Man, imperial conditioning, behind the facade, Warrant, X, Maniac Driver, Kurando Mitsutake, The Northman, Robert Eggers, Hamlet meets Conan, Benedetta, Paul Verhoeven, Starship Troopers, Hollow Man, Kevin Bacon's transparent ding dong, what good can invisibility powers achieve?, Designated Driver Man, real life superheroes, The Last Kingdom, plugging the show you're on, Teeel, the role of pets in our lives, Matt Reeves, Let Me In, Cloverfield, The Batman, Robert Pattinson, the meaning of chuffed, is France part of the UK, Good Time, Tim Hunter, Batpole envy, shark repellent, the king of low hanging fruit, Muse, Christopher Nolan, Batman ‘66, dreadlocked Joker, Patrick Batman, pulp film reality, the bat chin, comic book films based in reality, Ra's al Ghul's Ninja School, Dark Night Dark City, Zodiac, Mike Mignola, Heath Ledger, memorable musical themes, The Good The Bad and The Ugly, Gotham Knights, Bat Guano, Jason Bored, Barry Keoghan, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, The Sadness, The Batman, Zoe Kravitz, Batman Hush, Jeph Loeb, nocturnal animals, and smells like bat spirit. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:email@example.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the holy Gospel, according to John +The Jews quarreled among themselves, saying, "How can this man give us his Flesh to eat?" Jesus said to them, "Amen, amen, I say to you, unless you eat the Flesh of the Son of Man and drink his Blood, you do not have life within you. Whoever eats my Flesh and drinks my Blood has eternal life, and I will raise him on the last day. For my Flesh is true food, and my Blood is true drink. Whoever eats my Flesh and drinks my Blood remains in me and I in him. Just as the living Father sent me and I have life because of the Father, so also the one who feeds on me will have life because of me. This is the bread that came down from heaven. Unlike your ancestors who ate and still died, whoever eats this bread will live forever." These things he said while teaching in the synagogue in Capernaum.The Gospel of the Lord.
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the Acts of the Apostles +An angel of the Lord said to Philip, "Go south towards the road that goes down from Jerusalem to Gaza, the desert road." So he set out and it happened that an Ethiopian was passing along that way. He was an official in charge of the treasury of the queen of the Ethiopians; he had come on pilgrimage to Jerusalem and was on his way home. He was sitting in his carriage and reading the prophet Isaiah.The Spirit said to Philip, "Go and catch up with that carriage." So Philip ran up and heard the man reading the prophet Isaiah; and he asked, "Do you really understand what you are reading?" The Ethiopian replied, "How can I, unless someone explains it to me?" He then invited Philip to get in and sit beside him. This was the passage of Scripture he was reading:He was led like a sheep to be slaughtered; like a lamb that is dumb before the shearer, he did not open his mouth. He was humbled and deprived of his rights. Who can speak of his descendants? For he was uprooted from the earth.The official asked Philip, "Tell me, please, does the prophet speak of himself or of someone else?"Then Philip began to tell him the Good News of Jesus, using this text of Scripture as his starting point. As they traveled down the road they came to a place where there was some water. Then the Ethiopian official said, "Look, here is water; what is to keep me from being baptized?"Then he ordered the carriage to stop; both Philip and the Ethiopian went down into the water and Philip baptized him. When they came out of the water, the Spirit of the Lord took Philip away. The Ethiopian saw him no more, but he continued on his way full of joy.Philip found himself at Azotus, and he went about announcing the Good News in all the towns until he reached Caesarea.The Gospel of the Lord.
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Greg, Wayne, Josh, and Cameron discuss disappointed dads, drunk Villagers, embarrassing personal stories, and the haunting stories found in the diaries of Florida's first pioneers. To learn more about the show, visit our website. www.fmofm.com To support the show, please visit our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/fmofmpodcast
- Press the PLAY button to listen to the catechesis of the day and share if you like -+ A reading from the holy Gospel, according to John +Jesus said to the crowds,"I am the bread of life;whoever comes to me will never hunger,and whoever believes in me will never thirst.But I told you that although you have seen me,you do not believe.Everything that the Father gives me will come to me,and I will not reject anyone who comes to me,because I came down from heaven not to do my own willbut the will of the one who sent me.And this is the will of the one who sent me,that I should not lose anything of what he gave me,but that I should raise it on the last day.For this is the will of my Father,that everyone who sees the Son and believes in himmay have eternal life,and I shall raise him on the last day."The Gospel of the Lord.
It is hard to know how to manage life when we we're suffering, as when a loved one dies, or our spouse leaves us. What do we do? How do we get through the day? Cyndy will walk you through a typical day with sadness, offering ideas and suggestions to get through it in a healthy and helpful way.
We make some 'Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness' predictions! What was up with that last 'Moon Knight' episode? The Amazing Spider-Man gets a new #1! Fast and the Furious 10 loses Justin Lin but gets a new director! Rest in Peace, Neal Adams! Are we excited about 'Avatar 2'? What is video game company Square Enix doing selling off Eidos Interactive? Canada has a pop culture themed singing church? It's a very packed episode we've got here! Luckily, Derek Kraneveldt and Garrett Briones join in to help pilot us through the Multiscape! Subscribe to Geekscape on Apple Podcasts! Follow Jonathan on Twitter and Instagram!Join the Geekscape Forever Facebook Group!Visit Geekscape.net for more Geekscape goodness! This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Ann Kimura is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and a Covenant Life Coach. She is a former public school teacher turned entrepreneur and homeschool mom. Ann has a heart to help parents and teachers help children deal with loss. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org If you want more information about programs Ann offers, check out: https://linktr.ee/tishannlifecoach The book she recommended is: "When Children Grieve" by John James and Russel Friedman.
Ben Summerhays is a lawyer in the state of Colorado, a father, a former baseball player, and one of Jimmy's best friends.What makes Ben's story unique is how he navigated the struggles of life, depression, and ultimately created a beautiful life that anybody would be proud of. Ben shares his story, how he handled depression, and what people going through depression can do to change their viewpoint on life.
This week was a wild one for the Orange faithful. We tried to recap as much as we could, threw in some NFL Draft talk and even got our obligatory soccer discussion in, all while recapping our highs and lows from the Carrier Dome. In this week's edition of the Podcast, the guys talked about... The lacrosse programs both had a rough time. All of the Buffalo Bulls are heading down the thruway, or so it seems... HOMEFIELD APPAREL (Use promo code NUNES for 10% off your first order) ...and maybe look around their site a little when this is published. NFL Draft UDFA Roundup Christian and Steve talk Bills/Jets drafts Pregler sends info from the Basket Ball Dome Memories, we have the good and the bad. MLS Roundup: Kamal Miller scores goals and assists game winners... as a defender? Join our Discord! If you haven't yet, please subscribe to Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast: Download the podcast from Megaphone Download the podcast from iTunes (PLEASE RATE & REVIEW the podcast on iTunes. Appreciate it!) Also: Stitcher, Spotify, TuneIn, Castbox You Missed It! Recent TNIAAP episodes: TNIAAP: The artist formerly known as the Carrier Dome TNIAAP: We didn't lose 14-12 TNIAAP: Spring game recap and basketball roster moves TNIAAP: Edwards, Legette-Jack and the NCAA Tournament TNIAAP: NCAA Tournament and Spring ball recaps These will be taking place every Sunday night at 8 PM ET, so feel free to join in the fun or wait until the following Monday morning for the re-watch above! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In 2022, a group of middle-aged podcasters set out to make an exciting episode with some highly anticipated films, but when their reclusive, elderly former co-host catches them in the act, the hosts find themselves fighting for their lives. On Episode 509 of Trick or Treat Radio we welcome back the vulgar guru of horror, MZ and the always knowledgeable and intelligent Arkham Josh to discuss X from director Ti West, and the latest film from Kurando Mitsutake, Maniac Driver! We dig into the extensive shared knowledge of our guest co-hosts to have an in depth discussion about 70s horror and Giallo films. So grab your 16mm camera, slip on your black gloves, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Reunion, purified in the waters of Lake Minnetonka, summer squatters, don't check the attic, loose wires, Dr. Do-Little, old ladies, peaches and plums, boogie down, Tiger Lily Records, Strawberries Records, Steve Drake Band, Mariah Carey, Dance Singles on Vinyl, record companies as tax scams, ghost apps, “boy class”, May the 4th, X, Ti West, The House of the Devil, Mia Goth, Jenny Ortega, Kid Cudi, Brittany Snow, women's lib in the 70s, criss-crossing trajectories, dual roles for actors, Pearl, 4:3 aspect ratio, Chekhov's Crocodile, In A Valley of Violence, Lars Von Trier, Nymphomaniac, montage of penises, pinky violence, Kurando Mitsutake, Maniac Driver, Japanese Giallo, Zoom In: Sex Apartments, Nikkatsu erotic films, Diabolik DVD, The Sadness, a different take on the giallo tropes, black gloved killers, gel colored lights, Mario Bava, Dario Argento, Tenebre, Lucio Fulci, Cat in the Brain, The Bird With the Crystal Plumage, Strip Nude For Your Killer, Terror at the Opera, Phenomena, Sleepless, Keith Emerson, Stelvio Cipriani, sleazy af films, Taxi Driver, Goblin, indoor plumbing, the pizza discussion in the green room, Patreon Takeover with Linus - The Vegan King of Wales, The Batman, Bizarro Ravenshadow, Heart+Knife, Sex Porn and Cocaine, digging deeper into depravity, the helmeted hero, and a dark sleazy treat.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:email@example.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)