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The Sarah Lawrence Library Podcast
SLC - EP30 - Gabriella Martinez Part 1

The Sarah Lawrence Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 33:09


Host Tim Kail is joined by SLC student, Junior Gabriella Martinez. They discuss why Gabriella came to Sarah Lawrence College, her love of theatre and film, studying abroad, her favorite actors, the importance of a Gap Year, her relationship with her parents, and much more. Follow The SLC Library on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube @SLCLibrary. Visit the Library's website at www.sarahlawrence.edu/library. Thank you for listening.

Chicago's Morning Answer with Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson

0:00 - Pence gets into the act…   11:54 - Kevin McCarthy presser…on Schiff, Swalwell being bounced from House Intel Committee (vs. Santos)   26:40 - Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford, Mass General, on obesity: mostly genetic   44:02 - Preschool Maddie Piper and colleagues…train-the-trainer agitprop shown to daycare center operators in NC - from the documentary “Reflecting on Anti-bias Education in Action The Early Years” by NC Association for the Education of Young Children (NCAEYC).   01:01:39 - Mark Bauerlein, professor of English at Emory University and a senior editor at First Things, on removing  The Political Poison In Education. Mark is also the author of  The Dumbest Generation and  The Dumbest Generation Grows Up   01:17:54 - Noted economist Stephen Moore is against raising the debt ceiling and shares that he hates carrots. For more of Steve's likes/dislikes @StephenMoore   01:32:00 - WHY DP IS SINGLE   01:44:15 - Professor of politics at Sarah Lawrence College and a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, Samuel Abrams, on  The Rise of the Single Woke (and Young, Democratic) FemaleSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Relationship Alchemy
Communicating with Confidence in Business and Marriage with Laurie-Ann Murabito

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 28:00


The foundation of effective communication is self-love. Let Laurie-Ann Murabito, former shy-gal-turned-speaking-coach, walk you through her methods on how she overcame the shame in giving the first word, and who now exudes confidence in speaking, both to her partner and to an audience. Tune in to this episode: Communicating with Confidence in Business and Marriage with Laurie-Ann Murabito. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Make in-person events count. Make small talk to each attendee that comes in at the door. Cite them in your speech. Memorize the start and the end of your presentation to shake off jitters and avoid rushing. Be selective of the feedback you get. ✔️ The more you ask, the easier it gets. Practice requesting your partner for more time or attention. Ask the hard questions. It gets trickier the more you delay it. ✔️ Your home life impacts your work life. And not vice versa. Spending a short moment to connect can fuel you to be at your best career-wise. Work together to make the dance as smooth as possible. ✔️ The relationship is a choice. It's not a piece of paper or a ring. As you take responsibility for your own emotions, you actively decide daily that you want to be with this person. ✔️ Confidence comes in many shapes and sizes. You don't have to copy how others do it. Find your own energy. ———————————————— Laurie-Ann Murabito, a Speaking Coach and Speaking Strategist, works with clients to communicate with confidence and leverage speaking opportunities to be positioned as the expert, attract high-end clients, and monetize their authority. A reformed, painfully shy gal who accidentally became a professional speaker, Laurie-Ann has spent over 25 years as an award-winning speaker and Master Coach. She is the best-selling author of “Rethink Leadership” and “Rethink Your Leadership,” and is the host of the “Be In Demand Podcast.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurie-ann-murabito/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/laurieann.murabito Website: www.SpeakAndStandOut.com Free gift: Be In Demand with Laurie-Ann podcast: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/cy/podcast/be-in-demand-with-laurie-ann-murabito/id1524969833 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3jZ3mIdLF6V2H3i1ZFjhfW ———————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. http://relationshipalchemyassessment.com ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

The WCBS 880 Morning News Roundup
WCBS 880 Morning News Roundup - Friday, January 20th, 2023

The WCBS 880 Morning News Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 8:19


Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane have the top stories from the WCBS newsroom, including a Sarah Lawrence College dad facing a possible life sentence after prosecutors say he trafficked his daughters roommates, a small plane crashes after taking off from JFK, and the passing of rock legend David Crosby. 

Ask Win
E: 28 S: 15 Win Charles interviews Elsa Sjunneson on bing a Deafblind disability rights activist

Ask Win

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 20:41


Ask Win: http://ask-win.weebly.com. Ask Win sponsor: https://melodyclouds.com. Please donate to Ask Win by going to Payment Venmo Win1195 at https://venmo.com/. Win Kelly Charles' Books: https://www.amazon.com/Win-Kelly-Charles/e/B009VNJEKE/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1. Win Kelly Charles' MONAT: https://wincharles.mymonat.com.   On Ask Win today (Thursday, January 12, 2023), Best-Selling Author, Win C welcomes Elsa Sjunneson, author of Being Seen: One Deafblind Woman's Fight to End Ableism. Elsa is a Deafblind disability rights activist whose work has been praised as “eloquence and activism in lockstep.” A story on disability icon Helen Keller that she researched and reported for over a year aired on Radiolab in March of 2022, and her work has been published in CNN Opinion and the Boston Globe. Elsa has presented at Microsoft, Google, Slack, the Federal Reserve Board, General Assembly Seattle, the Henry Art Gallery, and the University of Chicago, among others, and collaborated with New Jersey 11th for Change and the New York Disability Pride Parade. She holds a master's degree in women's history from Sarah Lawrence College and served as an adjunct professor in the Department of Humanities at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. A speculative fiction writer who has taught workshops with Clarion West as well as Writing the Other, she's a two-time Hugo Award winner and nine-time finalist. She lives in Seattle, Washington. To learn more about Elsa email her at elsa.s.henry@gmail.com.

Relationship Alchemy
Yearly Goal Setting That Works

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 9:55


Are you looking to create a new year to-do list that you'll actually accomplish? Here's an easy goal-setting method I learned from my life coach. I've been doing this for 15 years, and I recommend you do it too! You can also do it with your partner if you want to take your relationship to the next level. Tune in to this episode: Yearly Goal Setting That Works. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Write down all your desires. Be it money, travels, things for your home, or better health – don't hold back! Make that list as long as you can. ✔️ Sort your list into three categories. A priorities – Things that you'll put your attention on first B priorities – Things you'll act on but not as important as A C priorities – “Nice-to-have” dreams that you'll someday do ✔️ Liberate yourself from the pressure. This is what the C category is for. Allow yourself to express your desires, even if they may not happen. ✔️ Work on one priority from the A-list. Slowly get through it. Be sure to review your list quarterly so you can see your progress. Because your goals are broken down into small chunks, you're more likely to hit them. ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. http://relationshipalchemyassessment.com ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast
#219 It Happened To Me Podcast: Genetic Counselors for Rare Diseases

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023


A new year means a new podcast! We are thrilled to announce that our host, Kira Dineen, is a co-producer of a new rare disease and medical challenges podcast called, It Happened To Me. In celebration of the launch we wanted to share an upcoming episode of the podcast where the hosts Cathy Gildenhorn and Beth Glassman interviewed Kira Dineen. There will also be another episode on the show where they flip roles and Kira interviews Cathy and Beth about their patient advocacy and stories. Hope you enjoy this episode and be sure to subscribe to It Happened To Me in your podcast player. We would really appreciate a rating and review as well on Apple and Spotify. This is KEY for a successful launch! Kira Dineen, MS, LCGC, CG(ASCP)CM has over a decade of podcast experience fueled by a passion for science communication. She has hosted and produced 7 podcasts. Her main show, "DNA Today", is in the top 1% of podcasts globally. Listeners Discover New Advances in the world of genetics through Kira's interviews about genetic technology, disorders, and news. The show won the Best and Science and Medicine Podcast Awards for the last three years, among other awards. “DNA Today” has produced over 215 episodes. Kira is also the host of the PhenoTips Speaker Series, a live webinar interviewing international genetic leaders. Kira produces the Patient Empowerment Program, which is a nano-rare disease podcast. She was selected and served as a member of the National Society of Genetic Counselors' Digital Ambassador program. Kira received her Diagnostic Genetic Bachelor's of Science degree at the University of Connecticut and is a certified Cytogenetic Technologist. She received her Master's of Science in Human Genetics at Sarah Lawrence College in New York and is a licensed certified genetic counselor currently practicing in Stamford, CT. On This Episode We Answer:When should people consider genetic counseling?Do you need a referral?Does insurance pay for genetic testing and counseling?Is genetic testing done before or after the visit? How many visits are typically involved for genetic counseling?What reproductive options do couples have?How do genetic counselors help people with genetic conditions?Why are the advantages of having genetic testing? What have you learned from interviews with patients and rare disease advocates?Do you recommend joining rare disease advocacy groups? Which ones?Why study rare diseases?What is CRISPR? How could this help with treatment of even cures of genetic conditions? What are nano-rare diseases?For more information check out the National Organization of Rare Disorders's Rare Disease Fact sheet. Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on January 20th! New episodes are released every Fridays. In the meantime, you can binge over 220 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes since 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. DNA Today is hosted and produced by Kira Dineen. Our social media lead is Corinne Merlino. Our video lead is Amanda Andreoli. Our outreach Intern is Sanya Tinaikar. Our Social Media Intern is Kajal Patel. And our Graphic Designer Ashlyn Enokian.See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNAToday.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNAtoday.com. As a listener of DNA Today, you probably heard me talk about NIPT, non-invasive prenatal screening, that looks for extra or missing chromosome conditions during pregnancy. But did you know there is one that can also screen for recessive disorders (like cystic fibrosis) and fetal antigens? BillionToOne offers UNITY Screen, which does all this from one blood draw from a pregnant person. Visit unityscreen.com for more info. And stay tuned for our upcoming episodes with BillionToOne exploring non-invasive prenatal screening for recessive conditions and red blood cell fetal antigens (Sponsored)If you've been listening to DNA Today for a while, you probably know I am also a full time prenatal genetic counselor. Between that job, this podcast, and being a producer/host of other podcasts, I am pretty busy! To keep my energy up and stay productive I drink a decent amount of coffee. The new coffee I'm drinking is from Four Sigmatic. I'm really picky about my coffee, it's got to be bold, not watery. And I've been really happy with Four Sigmatic. Here's the difference from other coffees, it includes mushrooms, which I know sounds bizarre. I will admit I was hesitant, but you get health benefits and don't taste it. I like the immune system boost, as I often get sick in the winter months. So we teamed up with Four SIgmatic to get you 30% off using promo code “DNATODAY” redeem it at FourSigmatic.com, again that's FourSigmatic.com using code “DNATODAY” for 30% off! And let me know if you like it too! (Sponsored)

Bo Dietl's True Crime
Larry the Creep: Part 1

Bo Dietl's True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 21:28


On the latest Bo Dietl's True Crime Podcast, Bo dives in to the Sarah Lawrence College sex-cult leader Lawrence (Larry) Ray, who was arrested last year for sex trafficking and extortion. He would force young women into prostitution or forced labor by posing as a father figure to them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ESG OUT LOUD U.S.
A conversation with Nell Minow on corporate governance

ESG OUT LOUD U.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 34:04


Paul and Emile talk about themes to watch in 2023. Special guest Nell Minow, vice chair at ValueEdge Advisors, gives insight on corporate governance and the current state of ESG and the politics affecting it. Minow, who has a second career in film writing, talks about some of the similarities with governance, and she even has a few movie recommendations on the topic of ESG.Guest Bio:Nell Minow is Vice Chair of ValueEdge Advisors. She was Co-founder and Director of GMI Ratings from 2010 to 2014, and was Editor and Co-founder of its predecessor firm, The Corporate Library, from 2000 to 2010. Prior to co-founding The Corporate Library, Ms. Minow was a Principal of Lens, a $100 million investment firm that took positions in underperforming companies and used shareholder activism to increase their value. Her other professional experience includes serving as a Principal of Lens Investment Management, as President of Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc., and as an attorney at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Department of Justice. Ms. Minow was named one of the 30 most influential investors of 2002 by Smart Money magazine and, in 2003, was dubbed “the queen of good corporate governance” by Business Week online. In 2007 she was named as one of the 20 most influential people in corporate governance. In 2008 she was the sole recipient of the International Corporate Governance Network award for exceptional achievement in the field of corporate governance. She has authored over 200 articles and co-authored three books on corporate governance with Robert A.G. Monks, most recently the 5th edition of an MBA textbook titled Corporate Governance, published in 2011. Ms. Minow is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and the University of Chicago Law School.

Relationship Alchemy
Staying Soft in a Hard World with Marie-Elizabeth Mali & Andre Henry

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 41:00


Making a difference in the world starts within ourselves. Musician and writer Andre Henry talks about addressing our own pain and trauma to cultivate better relationships, challenging masculine and feminine norms, and creating more space for emotional and heartfelt conversation. Tune in to this episode: Staying Soft in a Hard World with Marie-Elizabeth Mali & Andre Henry. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ The lack of space to address trauma destroys relationships. Social justice should be about working on healthy connections – be it with others or with ourselves. Andre wants to tell his story to uncover the facade of perfection. ✔️ Be more intentional about your femininity or masculinity. It isn't being a good or bad person. It's being aware of your ability to express your emotions and hone your emotional intelligence. ✔️ Never invalidate your partner's feelings. As both of you openly share your emotions, approach it with an open mind. Be careful of the words you choose. Intention doesn't instantly reflect on impact. ✔️ A shift has to happen. Men must learn to feel deeply and verbalize how they feel. Women have to de-armor after years of putting up walls against the patriarchy. ✔️ Re-do moments where you contradict yourself. Try your best to explain your intent clearly and empathize with the person you have upset. Andre Henry is a musician and writer using his creativity to build a movement for racial healing and social progress. He has spent years searching for answers about how ordinary people can change the world through collective action and is working hard to spread to mainstream audiences what he's learned on this journey. Website: https://andrehenry.co Twitter: https://twitter.com/andrehenry Instagram: https://Instagram.com/theandrehenry ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. http://relationshipalchemyassessment.com ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

Relationship Alchemy
Better Relationships

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 9:32


Welcome to the New Year! Sometimes, we tend to create so much pressure to turn the new year into the most magnificent one ever. With many goals and many methods, it can get overwhelming. So here's a simple, three-step process to improve one of the most important facets of our lives – relationships. Be it romantic, familial, or platonic, this will help. Tune in to this episode: Better Relationships. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Take stock of relationships as they are now. See where you're at from a non-judgmental lens. Awareness is the first step to change. ✔️ Pick one thing that you could improve. It can be communicating your emotions clearer or being connected to your body. Focus on making it better by brainstorming ways on how you can achieve it. Then, get into action. ✔️ Celebrate every improvement. It may feel cheesy at first, but trust me. Strengthening this muscle allows you to stick with the desired habit for the long term. The smallest practices can create the biggest changes. ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. http://relationshipalchemyquiz.com ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

Relationship Alchemy
Habits of Healthy Couples with Mollie Birney

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 28:02


Creating a healthy relationship requires intention. And the littlest things that you can do every day make the biggest difference. Clinical and life coach Mollie Birney shares the habits of healthy couples that you, too, can apply to strengthen your relationships. Tune in to this episode: Habits of Healthy Couples with Mollie Birney. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Words are powerful. Give casual compliments. Acknowledge your partner's help and every instance they do something right. ✔️ Requests and responses matter. Make requests of each other. Respond to them from a place of service, not of sacrifice. If it's not a clear yes, then it's a no. ✔️ Healthy couples have difficult conversations. They share hard truths and lead these talks with concern. Establish trust to avoid leaving dark and untouched topics. Be more curious about the root of issues than the symptom. ✔️ Give each other feedback. Affirm your partner when they respect your boundaries and make an effort to improve. ✔️ Start from awareness. If you make a mistake, don't beat yourself up for it. Notice it without judgment. Be curious as to why you keep repeating these bad habits. ———————————————————————————————— Mollie Birney is a Clinical Coach in private practice, she provides life coaching with an eye toward mental health to high-achieving professionals seeking efficient, authentic transitions and behavioral change. Her clinical perspective draws upon her years as a therapist in inpatient, residential, and outpatient treatment programs and as a private consultant and interventionist for families in crisis. These clinical underpinnings are now the foundation of her work as a personal coach for high-performing individuals addressing issues of anxiety, emotional evolution, relationships, and self-destructive patterns. She holds a masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University with a specialization in Addiction Studies and is a speaker and group facilitator for a wide range of events and organizations. Website: https://molliebirney.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/molliebirney ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. https://relationshipalchemyassessment.com/0. ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

The Chills at Will Podcast
Episode 157 with Ilana Masad: Literary Critic, Former Podcaster, and Author of the Funny, Stirring, Meditative, and Thought-Provoking All My Mother's Lovers

The Chills at Will Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 76:16


Episode 157 Notes and Links to Ilana Masad's Work       On Episode 157 of The Chills at Will Podcast, Pete welcomes Ilana Masad, and the two discuss, among other things, Ilana being raised bilingual and bicultural, her early reading and shifting literary interests, formative and transformative classes and mentors and books, her podcasting days, her work as a critic, and the myriad cultural issues and themes that manifest in her standout novel, All My Mother's Lovers.    Ilana Masad is a queer Israeli-American writer of fiction, nonfiction, and criticism. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, New York Times, LA Times, Washington Post, NPR, StoryQuartlerly, Tin House's Open Bar, 7x7, Catapult, Buzzfeed, and many more. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, she has received her Masters in English from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she is currently a doctoral student. She is the author of the novel All My Mother's Lovers.   Buy All My Mother's Lovers   Ilana Masad's Website   Ilana Reviews Rachel Monroe's Savage Appetites for NPR   The Last Episode of The Other Stories Podcast   The Other Stories Podcast   At about 7:00, Ilana discusses her academic work as she finishes up her    At about 7:50, Ilana talks about growing up in Israel and homes in on her bilingual education and writing and reading in her early days   At about 10:30, Ilana responds to Pete wondering if Hebrew in particular in its structure informs her English writing; she cites formative experiences with Etgar Keret and his poetry reading series   At about 15:00, Ilana discusses early reading that inspired and thrilled her-including works by Tamora Pierce   At about 20:15, Ilana talks about the impact of realist fiction on her    At about 22:30, Brian Morton is referenced as Pete asks Ilana about how she began to gain momentum towards becoming a professional writer   At about 24:00, Ilana shares an anecdote about Kieron Winn and her time at Oxford; this anecdote is partly-related in this article printed in December 18, 2022's Atlantic    At about 26:10, Ilana outlines her plan in transition from publishing into writing   At about 26:50, Pete asks Ilana about reading for “pleasure”/for “business”   At about 28:15, Pete wonders about book criticism involving “bad” books   At about 31:25, Ilana lists some favorite contemporary writers and writing, including Moriel Rothman-Zecher's Before All the World   At about 34:00, Pete cites some background info on Ilana's submission process that he learned from the great I'm a Writer…But Podcast, and Ilana responds to his question about the maxim “Kill your darlings”-she quotes R.O. Kwon's advice   At about 35:45, Ilana gives background on some seeds for the book, including the dynamic opening line    At about 38:00, The two discuss the book's three epigraphs and the book's inciting incident in creating significance for the mother-daughter relationship throughout   At about 39:20, Pete compliments the book's interesting structure and moving scene near the end as he asks Ilana about how she maintained continuity for the storyline   At about 41:50, The two discuss grief as presented in the book, and Pete asks Ilana to expound upon the connections between sex and death   At about 45:50, The two discuss the main character, Maggie's, father Peter, and Pete makes a guess about his name's provenance    At about 47:00, Pete asks Iris and her tastes and behaviors and personality and connections to intergenerational traumas and her history with an ex-husband    At about 48:25, Ilana responds to Pete's questions about Maggie's behaviors after feeling left out/forgotten by her mom, due to Maggie's open lesbian lifestyle    At about 49:45, The idea of the shiva and the cool plot device that unveils with the letters to be delivered is brought up and explored; Ilana expands upon Maggie's feelings     At about 52:00, Ilana discusses the vagaries of grief and how it manifests in life and in the book   At about 53:30, The two shout out Sacramento's appearance in the book!   At about 55:00, Ilana discusses the varied men that Iris had as lovers and their connections to Maggie and her relationship with her mother   At about 56:00, Ilana compares and contrasts Maggie with herself and talks about Maggie's “commitment issues” and its “self-sabotage”   At about 58:30, Ilana delineates the ways in which American/WASP cultures often deal with death in such different ways than what she is used to; this leads to discussion of ideas of wellness in the United States    At about 1:02:50, Ilana talks about how mourning and views of death are tied in to the byzantine healthcare system in the US; she uses Erin Brockovich as an example of the system's faults   At about 1:05:35, Ilana gives background on Mac Lopez from the book as an “homage” to Zahn McClarnon   At about 1:09:00, Pete cites the last scenes as beautiful and stirring and shouts out the “loveable character” Peter-without giving spoilers!   At about 1:09:55, Ilana shares “lovely messages” from readers and highly encourages readers to reach out authors   At about 1:11:10, Ilana discusses her time as a podcast host for The Other Stories Podcast    You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode.     Sign up now for The Chills at Will Podcast Patreon: it can be found at patreon.com/chillsatwillpodcastpeterriehl     Check out the page that describes the benefits of a Patreon membership, including cool swag and bonus episodes. Thanks in advance for supporting my one-man show, my DIY podcast and my extensive reading, research, editing, and promoting to keep this independent podcast pumping out high-quality content! This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form.    The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com.    Please tune in for Episode 158 with Javier Zamora. Born in El Salvador, he came unaccompanied to the US at age nine, much of the basis for his debut New York Times bestselling memoir, Solito, which has been featured on The Today Show and many other pubs; holds fellowships from, among many others, CantoMundo and the National Endowment for the Arts    The episode will air later tonight, on December 20.

Still Toking With
S3E40 - Still Toking with Naomi Mechem-Miller (Award winning FX artist)

Still Toking With

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 67:45


Episode Notes S3E41 - Join us as we dive into the mind of award winning FX artist Naomi Mechem -Miller. She'll take us her journey around Beauty, TV & Film industries all the while letting us know what it takes to make someone look their best or their worst..... Naomi Mechem-Miller is known for Friday the 13th Vengeance 2: Bloodlines (2022), Winter Island and Zombiegeddon You can watch the Video of this episode at https://www.stilltoking.com/season-3 Now you can send stars to the stars fb.com/stars This episode is sponsored by Deadly Grounds Coffee "Its good to get a little Deadly" https://deadlygroundscoffee.com ————————————————— Check out Toking with the Dead Episode 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awhL5FyW_j4 Check out Toking with the Dead Episode 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaUai58ua6o Buy awesome Merchandise! https://www.stilltoking.com/ https://teespring.com/stores/still-toking-with ————————————— Follow our guest https://www.naomimechemmiller.com/ https://www.realfictionstudios.com/home https://www.imdb.com/name/nm12797797/ https://www.facebook.com/naomi.mechemmiller/ https://www.instagram.com/green.ghoul.gal/ ————————————————— Follow Still Toking With and their friends! https://smartpa.ge/5zv1 https://thedorkeningpodcastnetwork.com/ ————————————— Produced by Leo Pond and The Dorkening Podcast Network https://TheDorkening.com Facebook.com/TheDorkening Youtube.com/TheDorkening Twitter.com/TheDorkening Dead Dork Radio https://live365.com/station/Dead-Dork-Radio-a68071 Check out Green Matters: https://www.facebook.com/GreenMattersMiddleboro/ More about our guest Naomi Mechem-Miller is a non-binary makeup artist from Seattle, WA. She loves all things horror, fantasy, and science fiction, with her favorite genre being horror comedy. Naomi attended the Art of Makeup School in Portland, OR and completed two years education at Sarah Lawrence College in New York. She is currently living in Bothell, WA and is willing to travel for work. Naomi is a member and co-owner of Real Fiction Studios, a special effects studio located in Bothell. RFS specializes in practical effects, blood squibs, props, costumes, prosthetics, and other fun things that will increase your production value.

Relationship Alchemy
Tips for Better Sex

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 10:17


Today's topic is quick yet juicy. What are some ways to spice things up in the bedroom? I'll be sharing my easy and doable pieces of advice so you can make every sex session fun and memorable for both you and your partner. Tune in to this episode: Tips for Better Sex. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Get to know your own body. We have other erogenous zones beyond our genitals. Stroke and touch yourself to feel good in your own skin. A good reference is Emily Nagoski's book, Come As You Are. ✔️ Ask for what you want in bed more directly. Well-meaning partners are NOT mind-readers! Say what feels good before things get worse. Nothing kills desire more than feeling wrong. ✔️ Practice touching your partner. Spend 10-15 minutes pleasuring yourself or your partner in different ways, and see how you or they respond. It doesn't have to end with intercourse every time – zero pressure! ✔️ Ask for stimulating foreplay. Most women don't climax from penetrative sex. Request your partner to prepare you for what's to come. Experiment with toys. Be compassionate and educate each other along the way. ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. https://relationshipalchemyassessment.com/0. ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

Midnight, On Earth
Episode 124 - The Hero's Journey w/Joseph Campbell - Part 3

Midnight, On Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 123:27


In this episode, Brynn Anderson and I listen to the third and final part of a series of interviews with the great one... Joseph Campbell. An interviewer, Bill Moyers, asks very significant questions that take the listener on a journey through the core concepts that Joseph Campbell is known for. In a one-on-one conversation Joseph breaks down his views on mythology and comparative religion in a humorous, intelligent way. Let's listen to the legend together!Joseph Campbell Bio:Joseph John Campbell (March 26, 1904 – October 30, 1987) was an American professor of literature at Sarah Lawrence College who worked in comparative mythology and comparative religion. His work covers many aspects of the human experience. Campbell's best-known work is his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces (1949), in which he discusses his theory of the journey of the archetypal hero shared by world mythologies, termed the monomyth.Since the publication of The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Campbell's theories have been applied by a wide variety of modern writers and artists. His philosophy has been summarized by his own often repeated phrase: "Follow your bliss." He gained recognition in Hollywood when George Lucas credited Campbell's work as influencing his Star Wars saga and more.Brynn Anderson Bio:Lifelong lover of all things nature, Brynn Anderson has been studying herbs for over 27 years...Her natural mindset has led her to a life of herbology, and a life of teaching. She operates the company 'Vital Force Herbs' an organic herbalism company based in Portland, OR.All the products Brynn creates are made with ingredients grown in her own organic garden.Brynn's service is rooted in providing an outlet for the plant spirit to assist all life on Earth.Combining both aspects of her life, herbalism and teaching, Brynn wishes to guide all humanity to a new understanding of the world around them, and the bountiful medicinal gifts of the Earth. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Rattlecast
ep. 172 - Elaine Sexton

Rattlecast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 128:16


Elaine Sexton's latest collection of poems is Drive (Grid Books, 2022). Her three previous books of poetry are: Sleuth (New Issues, 2003), Causeway (New Issues, 2008), and Prospect/Refuge (Sheep Meadow Press, 2015). An avid book maker and micro-publisher, she is the author of several chapbooks, and has curated site-specific events with accompanying limited-edition chapbooks, and periodicals, among them Hair and 2 Horatio. She teaches text and image and poetry at Sarah Lawrence College and has been guest faculty at New York University and in the graduate writing program at City College (CUNY). Formerly a senior editor at ARTnews and visual arts editor for Tupelo Quarterly, she serves as a contributing editor for On the Seawall, and is a member of the National Book Critics Circle. Find much more here: https://www.elainesexton.org/ As always, we'll also include live open lines for responses to our weekly prompt or any other poems you'd like to share. A Zoom link will be provided in the chat window during the show before that segment begins. For links to all the past episodes, visit: https://www.rattle.com/rattlecast/ This Week's Prompt: Victoria Chang radically changes the way in which we regard obituaries by writing an entire poetry collection using obits as form. Write an obituary for one of the following: a previous version of yourself, a friendship or romantic relationship, a body part, your adult child's childhood, or for someone who has not died but that you've lost (read “One Year After My Dying Father and I Stop Speaking to Each Other Again” by Eugenia Leigh in Split This Rock for inspiration!) Next Week's Prompt: Color Memory. What is your earliest memory of a color? Draft notes toward a poem starting with the first thing, the first color that comes to mind. Name it, and refine this description. Write down any and all details you can think of related to this color, describing it so a reader can begin to "see" what you see, and the circumstances around this experience. Joseph Albers, artist, color theorist, and arts educator, wrote: “If one says “Red” (the name of the color) and there are fifty people listening, it can be expected that there will be 50 reds in their minds. And one can be sure that all these reds will be very different.” He considered color to be “passive, deceiving, and unstable.” When drafting your next poem describe the color and every action, idea, and concrete image that comes to mind. This may be a list poem, a prose poem. See what comes. The Rattlecast livestreams on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, then becomes an audio podcast. Find it on iTunes, Spotify, or anywhere else you get your podcasts.

Relationship Alchemy
Why Does He Do That? A Peek Into the "Mysterious" Masculine Mind with Tim Wade

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 37:30


For the longest time, our upbringing and society have taught us gender-based expectations. Even with the tides changing, some habits are still ingrained in us. When you feel frustrated as to why your partner doesn't see the need to do the dishes or take out the trash, it's important to understand the factors and know what you and your partner can do about it to avoid the stress. Tim Wade discusses these deep-rooted reasons and different ways to solve these issues. Tune in to this episode: Why Does He Do That? A Peek Into the "Mysterious" Masculine Mind with Tim Wade. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Have more compassion and empathy. While some men still believe there are men-centered tasks, others just don't know how to do more feminine roles like changing diapers. They also have a more focused awareness — not noticing the stack of dishes in the sink because they're thinking about the problem at work. ✔️ Sit down and talk. Share each others' ideas of division of labor, and try to reach an agreement that is fair for both sides. Drop the ledger, and stop keeping score! ✔️ Your partner is not a mind-reader. If you don't feel heard, talk about your concern. Let go of agenda and judgment. Listen and validate the other for understanding and empathy. Sometimes, they're not hurting you on purpose. They just don't know any better. ✔️ Be more direct. Men are usually listening for direction and instruction. Instead of being passive-aggressive, clearly say what you need. You can also help them preemptively condition their listening for them to understand what you're trying to say. ✔️ Do a do-over. This is a great exercise in self-awareness and humility. When you show up in a way that is not your best, you can always re-do it. ———————————————————————————————— After being blindsided by an unexpected mid-life divorce, Tim Wade turned his deepest wound into a powerful message of transformation that he has shared with thousands of men worldwide. Tim created LionHearted Men Coaching to help men thrive in their relationships by teaching them the counter-intuitive secrets that allowed him to become a strong, confident, and compassionate father, partner, and lover. Although his main focus has been supporting men to become the best version of themselves, his ideas about how to have an amazing relationship and a life worth living resonates with women as well. Website:  https://LionHearted.Men Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/lionheartedmen Mojopolis: https://Mojopolis.com Free Gift: For men in a marriage crisis: http://mywifewantsspace.com ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. https://relationshipalchemyassessment.com/0. ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

Lady Preacher Podcast
Ellie Roscher: The Embodied Path

Lady Preacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 62:46


Our dear friend Ellie Roscher just launched her new book, The Embodied Path, which is all about our bodies and the amazing, sometimes harrowing, stories they tell. It's a book that will widen your compassion, deepen your understanding, spark your curiosity, and strengthen the empathy you have for others, as well as strengthen your love for yourself and your own body.Ellie is here on the podcast today, as our last podcast interviewee of 2022, to share all about The Embodied Path!About EllieEllie Roscher is the author of The Embodied Path, 12 Tiny Things, Play Like a Girl and How Coffee Saved My Life. Her writing also appears in The Baltimore Review, Inscape Magazine, Bookology Magazine and elsewhere.Ellie hosts the Unlikely Conversations podcast and is a certified yoga instructor. She teaches writing at The Loft Literary Center and the Minnesota Writing Project. Through curious inquiry, commitment to the sacred ordinary and artistic collaboration, her work accompanies people to a more centered, whole, and embodied self.Ellie holds an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and an MA in Theology from Luther Seminary. She lives in Minneapolis with her spouse and sons.Connect with us!Sign up to receive a little Gospel in your inbox every Monday Morning with our weekly devotional.Check out our website for great resources, previous blog posts, and more.Get some Lady Preacher Podcast swag!Connect with us on Instagram and Facebook

Relationship Alchemy
Thriving Through the Holidays

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 9:18


Holidays can often be a time of stress, especially if your relationships aren't how you want them to be. There's so much pressure put on our connections with our partners, friends, and family. This is why I wanted to give you the tools not only to survive, but to actually thrive through the holidays and set yourself up for a great upcoming year. Tune in to this episode: Thriving Through the Holidays. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Decide in advance how you want to feel. Check in and make that choice. Do you want to be loved? In solitude? Supported? This helps you keep track and know what you need to change. ✔️ Set boundaries. What do they look like? Be it touching at a party or an extra drink — you can say no. You can focus on drawing them so you can take care of yourself. ✔️ Take care of your body. You can still enjoy yourself during the holidays without sabotaging your physical health. Choose one healthy thing you would pay attention to —like better sleep, exercise, or meditation. ✔️ Give yourself permission to feel. If you find yourself feeling down while others are partying, you don't have to force yourself to conform. Exit that situation. Treat yourself more lovingly without having to bring others down. ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. https://relationshipalchemyassessment.com/0. ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

MasterYourMix Podcast
Matthew Weiss: Producing Vocals With Feeling

MasterYourMix Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 57:10


Born in Philadelphia, 1984; Matthew was raised by his mother, a doll sculptor, and his step-father, a jazz pianist. He studied clarinet, piano, drums, guitar and voice, but his favourite instrument was a Roland Groovebox 303 his step-father bought for him as a birthday gift.

 Matthew attended Sarah Lawrence College for Musical Composition and Theory, where, as a freshman, he became the head sound technician. His job required recording and rendering all the concerts held on campus. While Matthew loved writing music, he soon discovered he loved recording music even more.
 In 2005, Matthew left school to pursue his interests as a recording engineer. In 2007 he took up a job at Studio E in Philadelphia, where he recorded overdubs for the Grammy Nominated album “The Othello Syndrome” by Uri Caine. Matthew worked as an in house engineer until 2010 when he decided to begin freelancing. From that point his focus shifted from recording work to mixing.
 Between 2010 to 2016 he worked with high profile clientele such as Ronnie Spector, Arrested Development, SisQo', Sonny Digital, and Dizzee Rascal. In 2013, Matthew mixed the album “Rosso” by King Midas which won the Norwegian Spellemann Award for Best Rock Album: 2013.
 Matthew moved to Los Angeles in 2016 where he partnered with Kanye West's engineer Andrew Dawson running a commercial recording studio. A year later, Weiss became a technical consultant for the construction of a recording studio owned by multi-platinum recording artist Akon. Recognizing Matthew's talent, Akon asked him to be his personal recordist and mixing engineer. In 2019, Matthew received a Platinum plaque for engineering “Comentale” by Ozuna and Akon.

 Matthew has recorded and mixed four albums and hundreds of B-sides with Akon. He has also mixed for artists Swae Lee, Jeremih, Chris Brown, Tory Lanez, Nicky Minaj, Becky G, Anitta, Rick Ross, Farruko, and Ozuna. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: Transitioning from live sound to in studio How to stand out as a studio intern Getting great vocals Getting vocals to feel locked in rhythmically Using Autotune How to use headphone cues to help capture better performances Setting up your room to hear accurate low-end Working with pre-processed samples Analyzing your processes and learning to simplify To learn more about Matthew Weiss, visit: http://weiss-sound.com/ To learn more tips on how to improve your mixes, visit https://masteryourmix.com/ Download your FREE copy of the Ultimate Mixing Blueprint: https://masteryourmix.com/blueprint/ Get your copy of the #1 Amazon bestselling book, The Mixing Mindset – The Step-By-Step Formula For Creating Professional Rock Mixes From Your Home Studio: https://masteryourmix.com/mixingmindsetbook/ Join the FREE MasterYourMix Facebook community: https://links.masteryourmix.com/community To make sure that you don't miss an episode, make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or on Android. Have your questions answered on the show. Send them to questions@masteryourmix.com Thanks for listening! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes!

Relationship Alchemy
Ruthless Compassion with Dr. Marcia Sirota

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 35:01


Don't be nice. Be kind! This is the core tenet of ruthless compassion. Ruthless compassion is achieving a balance of being honest and clear with strong boundaries while practicing kindness and acceptance. But a lot of times in relationships, we tend to go either on one side or the other. Dr. Marcia Sirota joins us to give her insights and advice on why we should be taking responsibility for our own self-care, how to develop boundaries and tolerance, why we shouldn't turn to romcoms for answers, and why adult relationships should be conditional. Tune in to this episode: Ruthless Compassion with Dr. Marcia Sirota. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ The condition for love is respect and kindness. Your partner should allow you to be your authentic self. You don't have to change your quirks and interests (unless they are causing hurt). If you find yourself working too hard, it's not worth keeping. ✔️ Learning ruthless compassion is a process. Whether it's alone or with a partner, you progress, make mistakes, and get back up again. Build that attitude of curiosity, self-compassion, and desire to know the truth of your patterns. ✔️ Get a trusted guide. This can be anyone who can help you see the reality of your experiences. Choose someone who lives a fulfilling and respectable life. ✔️ With courtesy and boundaries, you don't need rules. There isn't a one-size-fits-all for relationships as each is unique. See what makes you feel most comfortable and speak up if you experience a violation of your values. ✔️ Practice healthy confrontation. Follow these steps: Take a breath. Don't attack. Say, “When you did/said [the action or words], I felt [happy/sad/confused]. Wait for their response. Their answer isn't a reflection of your character. ———————————————————————————————— Dr. Marcia Sirota is a board-certified psychiatrist practicing in Toronto, Canada. She has more than 25 years of mental health experience and specializes in wellness, healing trauma, unblocking creativity, and supporting people to become their best selves. She is the founder of the Ruthless Compassion Institute, which promotes empowerment and self-awareness. She is a podcaster, the author of five books, and an instructor of several online courses. Her most recent book is “Be Kind, Not Nice: How to Stop People-Pleasing, Build Your Confidence and Discover Your Authentic Self.”  She is going into her sixth year of a podcast with over one hundred episodes. She has a YouTube video series on mental health and wellness as well as a biweekly newsletter, and she appears regularly on the radio as a guest expert. In her spare time, she enjoys fiction writing, yoga, working out, and spoiling her cats. https://MarciaSirotaMD.com ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. https://relationshipalchemyassessment.com/0. ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

Burned By Books
Ursula Villarreal-Moura, "Math for the Self-Crippling" (Gold Line Press, 2022)

Burned By Books

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 36:14


Ursula Villarreal-Moura is the author of Math for the Self-Crippling (2022), selected by Zinzi Clemmons as the Gold Line Press fiction contest winner, and Like Happiness (forthcoming with Celadon Books). A graduate of Middlebury College, she received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and was a VONA/Voices fellow. Her stories, essays, and reviews have appeared in numerous magazines including Tin House, Catapult, Prairie Schooner, Midnight Breakfast, Washington Square, Story, Bennington Review, Wigleaf Top 50, and Gulf Coast. She contributed to Forward: 21st Century Flash Fiction, a flash anthology by writers of color, and in 2012, she won the CutBank Big Fish Flash Fiction/Prose Poetry Contest. Her writing has been nominated for Best of the Net, Best Small Fictions, a Pushcart Prize, and longlisted for Best American Short Stories 2015. Recommended Books: Victor LaValle, The Ballad of Black Tom Patricia Highsmith, Deep Water Billy Ray-Belcourt, A Minor Chorus Alejandro Varela, The Town of Babylon Evie Wyld, The Bass Rock Chris Holmes is Chair of Literatures in English and Associate Professor at Ithaca College. He writes criticism on contemporary global literatures. His book, Kazuo Ishiguro as World Literature, is under contract with Bloomsbury Publishing. He is the co-director of The New Voices Festival, a celebration of work in poetry, prose, and playwriting by up-and-coming young writers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
Ursula Villarreal-Moura, "Math for the Self-Crippling" (Gold Line Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 36:14


Ursula Villarreal-Moura is the author of Math for the Self-Crippling (2022), selected by Zinzi Clemmons as the Gold Line Press fiction contest winner, and Like Happiness (forthcoming with Celadon Books). A graduate of Middlebury College, she received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and was a VONA/Voices fellow. Her stories, essays, and reviews have appeared in numerous magazines including Tin House, Catapult, Prairie Schooner, Midnight Breakfast, Washington Square, Story, Bennington Review, Wigleaf Top 50, and Gulf Coast. She contributed to Forward: 21st Century Flash Fiction, a flash anthology by writers of color, and in 2012, she won the CutBank Big Fish Flash Fiction/Prose Poetry Contest. Her writing has been nominated for Best of the Net, Best Small Fictions, a Pushcart Prize, and longlisted for Best American Short Stories 2015. Recommended Books: Victor LaValle, The Ballad of Black Tom Patricia Highsmith, Deep Water Billy Ray-Belcourt, A Minor Chorus Alejandro Varela, The Town of Babylon Evie Wyld, The Bass Rock Chris Holmes is Chair of Literatures in English and Associate Professor at Ithaca College. He writes criticism on contemporary global literatures. His book, Kazuo Ishiguro as World Literature, is under contract with Bloomsbury Publishing. He is the co-director of The New Voices Festival, a celebration of work in poetry, prose, and playwriting by up-and-coming young writers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Literary Studies
Ursula Villarreal-Moura, "Math for the Self-Crippling" (Gold Line Press, 2022)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 36:14


Ursula Villarreal-Moura is the author of Math for the Self-Crippling (2022), selected by Zinzi Clemmons as the Gold Line Press fiction contest winner, and Like Happiness (forthcoming with Celadon Books). A graduate of Middlebury College, she received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and was a VONA/Voices fellow. Her stories, essays, and reviews have appeared in numerous magazines including Tin House, Catapult, Prairie Schooner, Midnight Breakfast, Washington Square, Story, Bennington Review, Wigleaf Top 50, and Gulf Coast. She contributed to Forward: 21st Century Flash Fiction, a flash anthology by writers of color, and in 2012, she won the CutBank Big Fish Flash Fiction/Prose Poetry Contest. Her writing has been nominated for Best of the Net, Best Small Fictions, a Pushcart Prize, and longlisted for Best American Short Stories 2015. Recommended Books: Victor LaValle, The Ballad of Black Tom Patricia Highsmith, Deep Water Billy Ray-Belcourt, A Minor Chorus Alejandro Varela, The Town of Babylon Evie Wyld, The Bass Rock Chris Holmes is Chair of Literatures in English and Associate Professor at Ithaca College. He writes criticism on contemporary global literatures. His book, Kazuo Ishiguro as World Literature, is under contract with Bloomsbury Publishing. He is the co-director of The New Voices Festival, a celebration of work in poetry, prose, and playwriting by up-and-coming young writers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in Literature
Ursula Villarreal-Moura, "Math for the Self-Crippling" (Gold Line Press, 2022)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 36:14


Ursula Villarreal-Moura is the author of Math for the Self-Crippling (2022), selected by Zinzi Clemmons as the Gold Line Press fiction contest winner, and Like Happiness (forthcoming with Celadon Books). A graduate of Middlebury College, she received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and was a VONA/Voices fellow. Her stories, essays, and reviews have appeared in numerous magazines including Tin House, Catapult, Prairie Schooner, Midnight Breakfast, Washington Square, Story, Bennington Review, Wigleaf Top 50, and Gulf Coast. She contributed to Forward: 21st Century Flash Fiction, a flash anthology by writers of color, and in 2012, she won the CutBank Big Fish Flash Fiction/Prose Poetry Contest. Her writing has been nominated for Best of the Net, Best Small Fictions, a Pushcart Prize, and longlisted for Best American Short Stories 2015. Recommended Books: Victor LaValle, The Ballad of Black Tom Patricia Highsmith, Deep Water Billy Ray-Belcourt, A Minor Chorus Alejandro Varela, The Town of Babylon Evie Wyld, The Bass Rock Chris Holmes is Chair of Literatures in English and Associate Professor at Ithaca College. He writes criticism on contemporary global literatures. His book, Kazuo Ishiguro as World Literature, is under contract with Bloomsbury Publishing. He is the co-director of The New Voices Festival, a celebration of work in poetry, prose, and playwriting by up-and-coming young writers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

Crimes, Killers, Cults and Beer: A True Crime Podcast
32 Lunatic, Larry Ray Part 1: Collab with Morbidly Intoxicated

Crimes, Killers, Cults and Beer: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 178:58


Buckle up, Buttercups! This is a long and crazy one. We cover the narcissistic con man, Larry Ray. He became a successful parasite on the Wall Street and political stages by pretending to be something he wasn't. He scammed everyone, including the FBI, the mob, and even the CIA. We do a deep dive on his rise that resulted in a prison sentence. Once released, he moved in with his daughter and her dormmates at Sarah Lawrence College in NY where he quickly took control of them using cult like brainwashing techniques and abuse. Emotional, physical and sexual. He ruled them like a tyrant for years until his scam finally came to an end when some of the students woke up and got the hell out of the situation.  We are joined by Lily of the Morbidly Intoxicated Podcast. Part one, Bill of CKCB takes the lead. In part 2, Lily will be taking the lead on Larry's trial and all the craziness that ensued during it.  A good drinking game for this episode would be to take a drink every time Bill says "wrap it up" or "power through" And, every time Todd says "LORD" It was a long episode and we were getting antsy toward the end.  Click here for our website. It contain our social media, links to all episodes on all platforms, Bills music and more. And, we'll have merch sometime soon. Click here for Morbidly Intoxicated's Twitter page

Newborn Screening SPOTlight Podcast
Genetic Counseling & Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Justice in Newborn Screening Research and Workforce

Newborn Screening SPOTlight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 50:30


Welcome to the Newborn Screening Spotlight! Today's episode highlights the important role genetic counselors play in the diagnosis, care, and lifelong management of newborns diagnosed with a disease through newborn screening. Genetic counseling helps families better understand available treatments and resources, and our guest, Sylvia Mann is a genetic counselor who wears many hats, three to be exact, in her roles as the Supervisor of the Genomics Section of the State of Hawaii Department of Health, the Co-Director of the University of Hawaii Pacific Basin Telehealth Resource Center, and the Project Director of the Western States Regional Genetics Network. Sylvia's career in genetic counseling began when she received her Master of Science in Human Genetics and Genetic Counseling from Sarah Lawrence College in New York, and, this year in 2022, her over 30 years of efforts to expand and improve NBS in one or more states were recognized with the George Cunningham Visionary Award in Newborn Screening. During today's podcast Sylvia shares the ways visionaries like Dr. Cunningham played in her journey to train and inspire current and future genetic counselors. She also shares the exciting news that she will be developing a new program to train genetic counselors using an innovative model at Creighton University beginning in 2023. Sylvia's decades of empowering parents, families, patients, and advocates from diverse backgrounds, she lives in Hawaii after all, has resulted in professional with a rare combination of genetic expertise, sincere empathy, and a tireless work ethic that has resulted in important conversations and discussion of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice taking place.   Interview Questions:  1. Congratulations on your recent award of George Cunningham Visionary Award in Newborn Screening at the APHL NBS Symposium.  It is given to someone who has made the greatest contribution to expanding or improving the screening of newborns by public health agencies in one or more states. This year's award recipient is you, Sylvia.  In the early 1960s, many states mandated NBS within their health departments and/or state laboratories to provide coordination and oversight for NBS. Can you share with our listeners about the newborn screening system in the state of Hawaii and any specific similarities and differences on the screening system different between states?    2. In one of our podcast episodes titled “Getting on the List” which was led by our co-host Dr. Brower, we highlighted the nomination process of getting a condition added to the RUSP.  However, once the condition is on the RUSP, the process of implementation of the new condition is a bit complex and seems to differ between state to state. After a new condition is added to RUSP, can you help demystify the process to our listeners - what are the next steps in state-wide implementation of screening for that new condition in general and in the state of Hawaii? (Perhaps, Sylvia you can discuss and reference your public/private partnership paper here)    3. You are currently the Supervisor of the Genomics Section of the State of Hawaii Department of Health, the Co-Director of the University of Hawaii Pacific Basin Telehealth Resource Center, and Project Director of the Western States Regional Genetics Network. Can you share with our audience how you are involved with newborn screening in these different positions?   4.  November is a special month, beside the time for Thanksgivings. November is the month of Family History Awareness as well as Genetic Counseling Awareness.  You are one of the very few genetic counselors working in a state public health agency. Can you tell our listeners how you got interested in a career as a genetic counselor and how does genetic counseling play a role across the lifespan especially in public health?    5. According to the 2022 professional status survey by the National Society of Genetic Counselors, 90 percent of genetic counselors in the United States are white, and the percentages of genetic counselors identifying as Black or Hispanic/Latino/Latinx1 are not proportionally representative of the general U.S. population. Why do you think there is a lack of workforce diversity?  6. In your publication, creation of the Minority Genetic Professionals Network to increase diversity in the genetics work force, you described that the Health Resources and Services Administration funded Western States Regional Genetics Network to create a Minority Genetic Professionals Network (MGPN) to recruit and mentor high school and undergraduate students to enter genetic professions such as genetic counseling. How can our listeners learn more about this network and get involve?    7. Are you involved in training the next generation of genetic counselors, and what do you tell them about newborn screening research?   8.  Do you have any stories of inspiration that keep you going? perhaps, any story you can share with de-identified information)    9.  What does NBS research mean to you?

Relationship Alchemy
Creating the Relationships and Life You Want

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 12:38


If you really want something, you're willing to work for it. The relationship and life that you truly desire won't come if you just sit back and wait for it. It's about knowing the key elements to achieve it, taking actionable steps, and collaborating with the universe through trust and faith. Tune in to this episode: Creating the Relationships and Life You Want Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Consider the ten elements to creating the life you want. I'll be going through them one by one, what each entails, and what you need to do about each. A clear vision, desire, and belief are the top three. ✔️ Be attentive of lag time. It's the period you decide you want a thing and when you get it. It looks like a delay, but you can create your own meaning for it. Will you beat yourself up for taking too long, or will you see it as a time to nurture your growth? Change sticks when you can imagine yourself winning. ✔️ Combine inner work with outer actions. We can create ease, but that doesn't mean everything we do is easy. Allow your life to unfold in its own timeline, and surrender your efforts to the universe. ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire: https://relationshipalchemyassessment.com/0. ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast

We are recapping and reflecting on the National Society of Genetic Counselors 41st Annual conference, which was just held in Nashville. Some attendees joined in virtually and others, like myself, joined in person. It was incredible to meet so many of you listeners. I am already looking forward to NSGC 2023 in Chicago in October. If I didn't get a chance to say hi to you, or you couldn't attend the conference, email me at info@DNAtoday.com. I'd love to connect and also add you to our email newsletter so you can stay updated on DNA Today. Oh and don't forget to enter our giveaway from last episode for one of 5 copies of the Genome Defense. You can enter on our social media on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook all @DNATodayPodcast. Enjoy our thoughts on the conference and what we learned! I am honored to feature four outstanding genetic counselors (wish I had time to include even more). Check out their bios below including what we chatted about during their segment of the show. Monisha Sebastin, MS, CGC (She/Her) is a genetic counselor who specializes in pediatric genetics, cardiovascular genetics, and immuno-genetic conditions in New York City. She is this year's recipient of the Heart of Genetic Counseling Award that recognizes one genetic counselor every year who goes above and beyond for their patients. Monisha was a presenter at “We're Not In Kansas Anymore, Toto! International Genetic Counselors' Experiences in the US” which we chat about in this episode. Monisha continues to serve as co-chair of the USIGC sub-committee of the International Special Interest Group (SIG) and as co-chair of the Pediatric and Clinical SIG at the National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC). Monisha is a member of the NYCKidSeq research team and is the lead genetic counselor on her team. She volunteered as the chair of the education committee at the New York State Genetics Task Force (NYSGTF) in 2020 and 2021. You can follow Monisha on Twitter and connect with her on LinkedIn. Gabrielle Shermanski, MS, LCGC (She/Her) is a cancer genetic counselor and research coordinator at Geisinger in Pennsylvania. She earned her Master of Science in Human Genetics at Sarah Lawrence College. Gabrielle earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Penn State University. We discussed the session she attended which explored the new NCCN guidelines. The updated guidelines recommend genetic testing for anyone with colorectal cancer and genetic testing for people assigned female at birth diagnosed with breast cancer 50 years or younger. You can connect with Gabby on LinkedIn. Gabrielle Ernst, MS, CGC (She/Her) is a cancer genetic counselor. She is one of the creators of Amplify Sprouted, which provides education on gender inclusive genetic counseling. Our host, Kira Dineen, was a participant in the workshop that accompanied the Amplify Sprouted content. She was one of the presenters during “Platform Presentations - Gender, Sexuality, and Identity Related to Genetic Counseling Practice” at the conference, which we chat about in this podcast episode. Gabrielle has four publications in the oncology field. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Genetics from the Ohio State University and Master of Science from the University of Michigan. You can follow Gabrielle on Twitter and connect with her on LinkedIn. Ashlyn Enokian, MS, CGC (She/Her) is a prenatal genetic counselor in Las Vegas, Nevada at a clinic with a high patient volume. She is a member of the Minority Genetic Professional Network (MPGN) and provides mentorship for genetic counseling students. Ashlyn is also the Business Liaison for GC Genius Guides. The name might be familiar with their popular Study Guide utilized by over 400 genetic counselors studying for boards and more. During the conference, GC Genius Guides launched flashcards featuring the Top 100 Genetic Conditions and sold out within 24 hours. Keep that site bookmarked and use code “DNATODAY” for a discount when they restock. Using the code helps support the podcast, so please do! And of course, she is on our DNA Today team as our graphic designer and the one to thank for our snazzy logo. You can follow Ashlyn on Twitter and connect with her on LinkedIn. Resources:NSGC International Special Interest Group's Twitter and Website. Their email is nsgcinternationalsig@gmail.comDNA Today Episode #109 Shenela Lakhani on Genetic Counseling in QatarUpdated National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Guidelines Amplify Sprouted for Gender Inclusive Cancer Genetic Counseling (Password: Amplify21)Amplify Sprouted for Gender Inclusive Prenatal/Preconception Genetic Counseling (Password: sprouted22)DNA Today Episode #190 PhenoTips: Gender Affirming Care in Genetic Counseling (with Holden Bender-Bernstein)GC Genius Guides's Etsy page (use code “DNATODAY” for discounts, which supports the show)You can check out our previous NSGC recap episodes…Episode #111 NSGC 2019Episode #135 NSGC 2020Episode #157 NSGC 2021This episode was released early to coincide with the end of the NSGC conference. Episodes are usually released on Friday, so stay tuned for our next episode on December 2nd. In the meantime, you can binge over 200 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes since 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. DNA Today is hosted and produced by Kira Dineen. Our social media lead is Corinne Merlino. Our video lead is Amanda Andreoli. Our outreach Intern is Sanya Tinaikar. Our Social Media Intern is Kajal Patel. And our Graphic Designer Ashlyn Enokian.See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNAToday.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNAtoday.com. When it comes to the quality of genetic testing, the most important aspect to consider is patient care. At Blueprint Genetics, patients come first. In order for a test to be considered high quality, it should provide valuable information for the patient. That's why Blueprint Genetics is focused on prioritizing quality and delivering answers to patients and their families. Stay tuned for our interview with Blueprint Genetics where we will define what quality genetic testing means. In the meantime, you can learn more at BlueprintGenetics.com. (SPONSORED)

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
How Politics is Damaging Gen Z's Mental Health

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 10:26


Democracy will die, the world will end, the stakes have never been higher. That's the message our politicians deliver from their soapboxes each election cycle.. and the 2022 midterms were no exception. Sam Abrams from Sarah Lawrence College and AEI says this rhetoric and our transformational politics is driving Gen Z to despair and leading to a decline in mental health.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast
Episode 76: Meredith Talusan, Condé Nast Author and Editor, Sarah Lawrence College

Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 61:55


To enter the giveaway, fill out our listener survey here.  On this week's episode, Meredith Talusan joins Francine to discuss her book, Fairest, among a variety of other topics. Our producers giggle with Meredith Talusan as she reminisces over some of her experiences at Cornell University, and share what it feels like to be back in Ithaca. Stay tuned to find out some fun facts about Ms. Talusan and whether a second book is on the way! Lightning Round: 03:36 Gatty Lecture Discussion: 10:54 Recommendations and Advice: 54:46 Meredith's Top Recommendations: Song Exploder podcast (link) Dear Senthuran by Akwaeke Enezi (link) The music on the podcast is from "Me and Some Friends", a musical project by a group of friends at Cornell, to experiment with how the beautiful timbres of Gamelan music can meld with hypnotic guitar parts to create a contemplative and unique experience. Check them out here. 

Relationship Alchemy
Emotional Health with Heather Dempsey

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 29:35


There's so much judgment and shame instilled in being a highly-sensitive person. What most people don't realize is that this is a superpower. Therapeutic business coach, Heather Dempsey, breaks down what it means to be a highly-sensitive person (HSP), how to optimize this ability in your career and business, effective communication with non-sensitive people, and ways to self-regulate. Tune in to this episode: Emotional Health with Heather Dempsey Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ You're an HSP if you do this. Do noises outside seem more disruptive? Do you freak out over little things when others don't? Do certain things feel like they're magnified at a ten? ✔️ HSPs must navigate relationships differently. Figure out your tipping points, and form boundaries around them. Avoid triggering situations. Let go of the idea that you're the “awkward one”. ✔️ HSPs can avoid projection. Identify the beliefs you've created. Filter which ones are true and false. Rebuild your resource of truth. Accept that some beliefs could be real, but challenge them how some might not be. ✔️ Talk to non-sensitives with empathy. They don't sense the same things as you do. You may also react in ways that are uncomfortable for them, and that's okay. ✔️ Self-regulation helps. Find activities that are self-nurturing. Practice patience in this fast-paced world. ———————————————————————————————— Heather Dempsey is a therapeutic business coach specializing in emotional health, mindset, and the psychology of business. She helps introverts, empaths, HSP, or those who struggle with anxiety show up powerfully and comfortably in their business by creating radical emotional and mindset transformations so they can thrive in business, life, and beyond. She's also a foodie, cat-lover, personal development, and self-care enthusiast. Website: www.heatherdempsey.com Free gift: 3 Ways To Live Without Limitations Masterclass: https://www.heatheradempsey.com/lwl ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. https://relationshipalchemyassessment.com/0. ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree. ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply here and book a call: http://relationshipalchemy.com/free-consult. ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://linkedin/in/relationshipalchemymem Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

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"PUT ON A STACK OF 45's"- LESLEY GORE -"YOU DON'T OWN ME" - Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians - Featuring Bill Mesnik and Rich Buckland -The Boys Devote Each Episode To A Famed 45 RPM And Shine A Light Upon It's Import

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 15:58


Lesley Sue Goldstein was born in Brooklyn in 1946 but grew up in Tenafly, NJ. She was a junior in high school when she was discovered by legendary producer Quincy Jones, who produced her 1963 hit "It's My Party" – a song which has achieved legendary status in the classic rock cannon. It remained at the top of the charts for two weeks and prompted Gore to record the Top 10 answer song "Judy's Turn to Cry". Her next two singles – "She's a Fool" and 1964's most empowering feminist anthem "You Don't Own Me" – were also Top 10 hits. Additional Gore hits included "Maybe I Know," “That's the Way Boys Are” and Marvin Hamlisch's first hit composition "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows." After conquering the music charts, Gore branched out and began acting. Her film appearances included “Ski Party” and “Girls on the Beach” as well a performance in the concert film “The T.A.M.I. Show.” Her most notable acting role was that of ‘Pussycat' – Catwoman's sidekick on the 1960s Batman television series – where she introduced the single “California Nights.” In spite of her unrivaled recording and acting success while still a teenager, Gore refused to give up her education at Sarah Lawrence College. During most of the 1970s she remained out of the spotlight; but in 1980 Gore resurfaced when "Out Here On My Own," a song she co-wrote with her brother Michael for the film “Fame”, was nominated for an Oscar as Best Original Song. Throughout this period Gore continued to act on stage and on television. Her life story also inspired the 1996 movie “Grace of My Heart” in which a 1960s bubble-gum singer is shown to be a closeted lesbian. She released her final album in 2005 and came out publicly the same year. Gore also hosted several episodes of the LGBT newsmagazine series “In the Life” on PBS. She died of lung cancer on February 16, 2015 at the age of 68 and was survived by jewelry designer Lois Sasson, her partner of 33 years. Though she achieved only minimal financial success from her recording career, Leslie Gore remains one of the most iconic women in the early history of Rock ‘n' Roll.

Creating Wellness From Within
Claiming Your Body's Story with Ellie Roscher

Creating Wellness From Within

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 24:03


Creating Wellness From Within is a podcast devoted to empowering you to live your best life by taking accountability for your own personal wellness … brought to you in part by Integrated Health Systems located in Denver, CO. Women in particular have a tendency to take care of everyone else around them first, while putting their own self care and wellness on the back burner. This podcast is designed to give you actionable advice and tools to help you power up your own wellness journey, and live the best life possible!I am your host, Amy Zellmer. I am editor-in-chief of MN YOGA + Life magazine & The Brain Health Magazine, and author of several books. Additionally I am passionate about yoga, photography, wellness, and all things glittery! You can find out more about me at www.creatingwellnessfromwithin.comFollow me on: Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter         Today's guest is:  Ellie RoscherEllie Roscher is the author of The Embodied Path, 12 Tiny Things, Play Like a Girl and How Coffee Saved My Life. She teaches yoga at Up Yoga and teaches writing at The Loft Literary Center and the Minnesota Writing Project. Ellie holds an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and an MA in Theology from Luther Seminary. Follow her at @ellieroscher and find out more at ellieroscher.com.ENJOYING THIS PODCAST?Consider supporting the podcast for $5 a month through Patreon.Support the show

Rich Zeoli
Democrats Warn that Democracy is on the Ballot, Ignore Economy and Crime

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 159:10


3:05pm- Last week, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that election officials cannot count mail-in ballots that are incorrectly dated. On Sunday, Senator Bob Casey Jr. (D-PA) warned that “hundreds of mail-in ballots have been reported as incorrectly dated.”    3:15pm- With recent polling indicating voters prefer Republican candidates in the November 8th midterms, Democrats have begun to emphasize their belief that democracy could fall under GOP leadership. Will their unsubstantiated hysterics be enough to change the minds of swing voters?   3:25pm- On Friday, President Joe Biden stated he wanted to shutdown coal plants “across America.” While speaking at a rally for Governor Kathy Hochul at Sarah Lawrence College in New York, Biden also vowed to end drilling for oil domestically. Recognizing the President's proclamations to end domestically produced fossil fuels could be harmful to Democrat candidates just days before the 2022 midterms, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed, Biden's “words were twisted.”    3:40pm- Charles McElwee—Editor of Real Clear Pennsylvania—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest editorial, “Voter Sentiment in PA Suggests a Republican Year.” McElwee warns that due to presumed complications with mail-in ballots and a divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the U.S. Senate race between John Fetterman and Dr. Mehmet Oz could end with a series of lawsuits that are ultimately heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.    4:05pm- The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler awarded President Joe Biden a “bottomless Pinocchio” for not only making grossly misleading statements but repeating the falsehoods routinely. For example, Biden claimed he has spent “more time with Xi Jinping than any other head of state” and has traveled more than “17,000 miles with him.” Kessler points out that not only are these claims false, but he has repeated the claim 21 times! According to the WaPo, Biden has also lied about the price of gas, student debt forgiveness, and Social Security cost-of-living increases.    4:30pm- During an interview, Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) suggested that his family combatted high gas prices by eating foods like Chef Boyardee.    4:45pm- Todd Shepherd—Broad + Liberty's Chief Investigative Reporter—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his most recent article, “Can You Drop Off 100 Ballots in PA? It's Probably Not Legal, But Two Agencies Refuse to Clarify.” At a recent board meeting, Bucks County Commissioner Bob Harvie (D) explained, “you could go to a senior center or a nursing home, and get a hundred ballots, as long as you have 100 designated-agent forms from each of those voters, you're allowed to bring 100 ballots. That's the law.”   5:05pm- President Joe Biden vowed to end domestic drilling and coal mining. Will those proclamations hurt Democrats in the November 8th midterm elections?   5:10- While speaking at the United Nations, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres stated that Russia's war in Ukraine has “exposed the profound weakness of our fossil fuel addiction”—warning that the world is on a “highway to climate hell.”   5:30pm- Chef Boyardee was awarded The Gold Star from the United States military for his tireless efforts to keep American troops fed during World War II. Who knew?    5:45pm- House Democratic Whip James Clyburn said that if Republicans win big in the 2022 midterms, it could be the end of the world—then, while on Fox News, he denied ever saying it, but did compare voting for Republicans to voting for Nazis…   6:05pm- Rich finds out he is being bumped for Temple basketball! It's just like the old days…

Relationship Alchemy
Unexpected Ways You May Be Blocking Love

Relationship Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 10:24


There are many different ways we self-sabotage when it comes to love. And most of them are quite subtle that we don't realize add up over time. Today, we'll be talking about these unexpected ways, what you can do about it, and a free resource for you to go deeper into your self-learning. Tune in to this episode: Unexpected Ways You May Be Blocking Love. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Deflecting compliments. People send love your way through positive words about your outfit or how you look. Instead of saying, “This dress is on sale,” or rejecting it, accept it with open arms. ✔️ Refusing help. Service is love. Saying no to it because of your over-self-reliance tells the universe that you don't need anything or anyone. What you give out tends to come back. ✔️ Picking apart mistakes. Shift this into appreciating what your partner does right. Don't fixate on the tiny things that went wrong so you can assimilate the love that already exists. ✔️ Become a gracious receiver. Watch how more comes to you when you're aware of how you block love and work on opening yourself to what is given to you. Grab my cheat sheet below so you can experience the abundance of love that's available to you!  Free gift: Top 10 Ways You May Be Blocking Love ———————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. For Single Women: https://relationshipalchemysinglesassessment.com For Partnered Women: https://relationshipalchemyassessment.com ★ RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY FREE FACEBOOK GROUP (FOR WOMEN) ★ Join for more tips, Q&A, connection, and community: https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree ★ COACHING ★ Want to work with Marie-Elizabeth to have a relationship and life that truly lights you up? Serious inquiries only please. We are accepting applications to work with Marie-Elizabeth 1:1 and in group programs. Apply and book a call here: https://relationshipalchemy.com/catalyze-love ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/relationshipalchemymem/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.

Rich Zeoli
Biden Vows to End Fossil Fuels, White House Claims His Words Were Twisted

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 45:52


The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 1:  3:05pm- Last week, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that election officials cannot count mail-in ballots that are incorrectly dated. On Sunday, Senator Bob Casey Jr. (D-PA) warned that “hundreds of mail-in ballots have been reported as incorrectly dated.”    3:15pm- With recent polling indicating voters prefer Republican candidates in the November 8th midterms, Democrats have begun to emphasize their belief that democracy could fall under GOP leadership. Will their unsubstantiated hysterics be enough to change the minds of swing voters?   3:25pm- On Friday, President Joe Biden stated he wanted to shutdown coal plants “across America.” While speaking at a rally for Governor Kathy Hochul at Sarah Lawrence College in New York, Biden also vowed to end drilling for oil domestically. Recognizing the President's proclamations to end domestically produced fossil fuels could be harmful to Democrat candidates just days before the 2022 midterms, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed, Biden's “words were twisted.”    3:40pm- Charles McElwee—Editor of Real Clear Pennsylvania—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest editorial, “Voter Sentiment in PA Suggests a Republican Year.” McElwee warns that due to presumed complications with mail-in ballots and a divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the U.S. Senate race between John Fetterman and Dr. Mehmet Oz could end with a series of lawsuits that are ultimately heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. 

21 Jump Scare
The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005) with David Grimm

21 Jump Scare

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 62:52


Based on a true story, The Exorcism of Emily Rose opens on a desolate landscape, a weathered farmhouse the only dwelling in sight. One thing we learn right away: Emily Rose, a girl of 19, is dead, and her condition shakes the medical examiner who comes to visit. Emily, we discover, has died as the result of demonic possession… or six demonic possessions… or maybe none. Erin Bruner, a top-notch defense attorney, is assigned to defend the priest who exorcised Emily, Father Richard Moore, who stands accused of having cut off the girl from medical treatments she was undergoing. Father Moore is offered a plea deal, but rejects it, as he feels Emily's story must be told. Hoping to make partner at her law firm, Erin is determined to follow her instincts, but between Father Moore's compelling testimony and some very strange happenings in her own life, Erin starts to wonder if perhaps, against all odds, possession is real, and can be proven in a court of law. Intro, Math Class, and Debate Society (spoiler-free) 0:00-15:20 Honor Roll and Detention (spoiler-heavy) 15:21-41:47 Superlatives (so. many. spoilers.) 41:48-1:01:58 David Grimm is a Brooklyn-based award-winning playwright and screenwriter. His plays include Ibsen in Chicago (Seattle Rep.); a new adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac (Perseverance Theatre); Tales From Red Vienna (Manhattan Theatre Club); Measure for Pleasure (Public Theater; Bug 'n Bub Award; GLAAD Media Award nominee, Outstanding New York Theater, Broadway and Off-Broadway); The Miracle at Naples (Huntington; Best New Play IRNE Award); Steve & Idi (Rattlestick); Chick (Hartford Stage); The Learned Ladies of Park Avenue (Hartford Stage); Kit Marlowe (Public Theater; GLAAD Media Award nominee, Outstanding New York Theater, Broadway and Off-Broadway); Sheridan, Or Schooled In Scandal (La Jolla); Enough Rope (Williamstown Theatre Festival, starring Elaine Stritch), and Susanna Centlivre's The Gaming Table (for which he wrote additional material; Folger Library Theatre). Grimm's film work includes the dialogue for Matthew Barney's River of Fundament. His work for television includes “The Exorcist” (FOX Television, Seasons 1 and 2) and “NOS4A2” (AMC, Season 2). David is the recipient of an NEA/TCG Residency Grant and has received commissions from The Public Theater, Roundabout Theatre Company, Seattle Rep., Huntington Theatre Company, Hartford Stage, and Pittsburgh's City Theatre Company. He has developed work at the Sundance Theatre Lab, Old Vic New Voices, and New York Stage & Film. David holds an MFA from NYU, a BA from Sarah Lawrence College, and has lectured in Playwriting and Screenwriting at the Yale School of Drama, Brown University, Columbia University, and NYU. Our theme music is by Sir Cubworth, with embellishments by Edward Elgar. Music from “The Exorcism Of Emily Rose” by Christopher Young. For more information on this film, the pod, essays from your hosts, and other assorted bric-a-brac, visit our website, scareupod.com. Please subscribe to this podcast via Apple or Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. If you like what you hear, please leave us a 5-star rating. Join our Facebook group. Follow us on Instagram. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app