Counter Point This show is a counter point to: hpr3414 :: Critical Thinking may make You Critical of the Covid Crisis Some time ago, I did some Hacker Public Radio episodes in which I ostensibly demonstrated how to create a PDF with Scribus. Secretly, I was actually demonstrating how unexpected payloads could be embedded into a PDF. Did the PDF I uploaded as part of that episode no longer contain a payload if the listener who downloaded it wasn't aware that the payload existed? I've been diagnosed by educators as a "life long learner," which as far as I can tell is a buzzword referring to someone who takes pleasure in learning new things. In our world of technology, dear listener, I think this term is just "hacker." And that's appropriate, because this is Hacker Public Radio you're listening to now, and listeners of this show tend to be people who enjoy learning and exploring new ideas, taking apart gadgets to see what makes them tick, reverse engineering code and data to understand how it gets processed, and so on. The thing about being a hacker or a life-long learner is that there's a lot of stuff out there that wants to be hacked, or learnt. And it turns out that it's just not possible to learn everything. Sometimes, you're out of your depth. It can be tricky to recognize when you're out of your depth, and I think there's a certain learn-able skill to knowing that you don't know something. There's a lot of value to this skill, because when you can recognize you don't have expertise on something, you're able to look around you and find someone who has. That's significant because you can learn from someone with expertise. In my own humdrum life, before getting a full-time job at a tech company, I was commissioned on several occasions to build out infrastructure for a video game development project, an indie radio station, a few different multimedia projects, and so on. When I took on those roles, I became the resident expert. People turned to me for the authoritative word on what technological solutions should be used. When I told them, they were more or less obligated to listen, because that was the role I'd been hired for. If they were to ask me what a workstation should run, and I said Linux, but they bought a Mac instead, then my role would be unarguably redundant. They could just as easily type the question into a search engine on the Internet, and ignore the result. Or they could roll a die, or whatever. In those cases, though, it's a question of my opinion compared to someone else's opinion. Both are valid. Because I was the architect, my opinion mattered more to the long-term plan, but if the long-term plan were to change from having a highly-available cluster for fast 3d model rendering to having workstations with a familiar desktop, then my opinion would be less valid. But there are some areas in life where opinions don't matter. Specifically, that area is science. But what is science, anyway? People talk about science a lot, but it took me a long time, especially as someone who largely came from an artistic background, to comprehend the significance of the term, much less how it worked. Forget about all the high school classes and pop dietitians and physicists. Science is a framework. It's a set of principles designed to help our human brains hack the world around us in a methodical and precise way. Instead of letting our opinions, which may or may not be relevant, influence conclusions and decisions we make, science looks at the results of controlled input and output. Wait a minute. "Input and output"? Those are words I understand. Those are computer terms! Yeah it turns out that computers are the product of science, and in fact building computers and programming computers is a form of Computer Science. Those are just words we made up, but they reveal a lot about what we computer hackers do all day. Computers don't understand the influence of opinion, or your force of will, or the power of faith. They just take input and produce output. They do this very reliably. I don't know whether you've ever tried, but it's really hard to make a computer. Comprehending how a CPU processes rudimentary electrical pulses to transform them into complex instruction sets is mind-bending, at least to me. I've sat down and thought about it critically. I've set up a few experiments, too. There's one you can do with dominoes, believe it or not, that can somewhat help you design a logic circuit. There's a Turing Machine you can build with Magic The Gathering cards. And an electronics kit that'll help you build an 8bit CPU. But even with all of those experiments, the open RISC-V CPU still eludes my comprehension. And just to be clear: back in 2008 or so, I was hired to stress test a RISC CPU to determine whether it was efficient at rendering massive amounts of video. I designed tests in an attempt to prove that a RISC CPU could not out-perform the latest Intel Core2duo, and could not achieve the goal (RISC is better, what can I say?) So my affinity for RISC is far from just a passing interest. But I can't build a RISC-V or even really explain how a CPU works. For that, I understand that there are experts. These aren't just people I call experts because they're labeled that way on their shirt pocket. They're experts because they're building the RISC-V, and it works. I met some of them back at OSS Con in 2019. I recognize their expertise, because they're proving their knowledge. Let's say I approached the RISC-V booth with the preconception that x86 was superior. After all, why would most consumer computers be running x86 if it weren't the best? I might be skeptical if I were told that RISC-V is superior for some tasks. Could they have ulterior motives? Could they have been paid off by Big Silicon to lie about RISC's performance in order to hurt x86's marketshare? Sure, it could happen. And that skepticism is important. It's arguably part of the scientific process. Look at the results of an experiment, replicate the input and ensure that the output is reliably the same. But you can't be sure until you've duplicated the experiments that make the claim in the first place. Unfortunately, this often requires some pretty controlled environments, and possibly some pretty high end equipment. The bottom line is that I'm never going to get around to doing that, I'm never going to have access to those resources, and I'm never going to have the understanding I'd need to comprehend all the potential variables involved. In short, I just don't have the expertise. But I'm willing to trust the expertise of a lot of people from all over the world working on this project. I'm going to trust that because they all agree on similar findings, that what they're saying about the design and architecture of their CPU, that there's a high likelihood that their findings are correct. The same goes, as it turns out, for biological sciences. No matter how many one-off experiments discover that cigarette smoking is beneficial to your health, the wider scientific consensus is that it's harmful. No matter how man "free-thinkers" on the Internet discover that Covid-19 is actually no worse than the common cold, the worldwide scientific community asserts that it's actually harmful, and medical staffs across the globe assert that increased cases of Covid-19 cause bed and healthcare shortages for everyone else. Somebody online may assert that it's an impossibly unified globe-spanning political plot, but that relies on a bunch of untest-able opinions and interpretations of reality that fall well outside any scientific framework. It seems to me that this line of speculation makes about as much sense as asking whether your computer can really still add numbers accurately. Couldn't it occasionally be lying to you? The device you're using to listen to my voice right now not to scramble what I'm saying and accurately play what I recorded in the first place is based on the same scientific principles used by those in biological sciences. We're feeding data into functions, whether the function is written in code, forged in silicon, or written on paper as a math formula, and we're observing the results. When every expert in their field, across the entire globe, agrees on the output, I think we do too. It's either that, or we'd better all go build our own 8bit circuits out of chickens and batteries and just start to rebuild. So did the PDF I uploaded as part of the Scribus episode no longer contain a payload if the listener who downloaded it wasn't aware that the payload existed? Obviously not. If the listener lacked the foresight or expertise to investigate the PDF for a hidden file, then they could have posted an episode of their own about how my PDF was completely normal. They'd have been confident in their findings. But you and I know that whatever experiments they might have used to come to the conclusion that Klaatu was NOT a liar was, in the end, insufficient. The payload did exist, but it was just outside this imaginary listener's detection or comprehension. Critical thinking is important. But at the same time, the scientific framework requires more than just critical thinking, just as building a RISC-V CPU requires more than just being a fan of reduced instruction sets. And solving the Covid-19 crisis takes a lot more than just critical thinking and a couple of backyard "experiments." We're not in the Dark Ages any more, folks. Get vaccinated. Stay safe, and I'll talk to you next time.
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Seth and Sean discuss the most important thing from last nights Astros clincher, look at how much things have changed for Texans fans since the last time they played the Bills, Seth assesses if he was secretly attracted to Brett Favre in 2004, and the guys do Headlines. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rhea Seehorn may be best known for playing the very serious Kim Wexler opposite Bob Odenkirk on ‘Better Call Saul.' But for the first 15 years or so of her acting career, she couldn't break out of the “sitcom” box. This fall, while fans eagerly await that ‘Breaking Bad' spin-off's climactic final season, Seehorn is returning to her comedy roots as the hot-mess matriarch Debbie in Paramount+'s new animated series ‘The Harper House.' In this bonus episode, the actress opens up about getting “pigeonholed” in the comedy world, fighting to get the role that transformed her career, and then proving that she can still be hilarious by going toe-to-toe with Julia Louis-Dreyfus on ‘Veep.' Plus, Seehorn teases season six of ‘Better Call Saul,' including what it's been like to have Bob Odenkirk back on set after his heart attack, how she feels about Tony Dalton's Lalo surviving last season's finale and what those finger guns were all about. Follow Rhea Seehorn on Twitter @rheaseehorn and Instagram @rheaseehornFollow Matt Wilstein on Twitter @mattwilsteinFollow The Last Laugh on Instagram @lastlaughpod Highlights from this episode and others at The Daily Beast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S3E2: River Of No Return Pt. 2. It's the obligatory musical episode of the podcast! It's the bigfeet episode! We always knew they'd get us one day, but we always assumed we could hide in a pickle barrel. We were wrong...Morgan's Episode Rating: 5Michael's Episode Rating: 4 (Secretly a 5) --- Yo Wtf Morgan? - MichaelMorgan's Two Parter Rating: 6Michael's Two Parter Rating: 6Episode discussion starts @17:20. Post-episode discussion starts @01:01:30 .Additional show notes:@01:11:30 Article on Bishop Sycamore.@01:17:39 A disgusting looking soup.@01:20:28 A better looking soup.Art by Katie Rose @kilogramrose.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tape NYC trip for Netflix documentary! Kanye West revealed pictures of his 5-year-old son's broken arm. Ariana Grande and Blake Shelton joking she may oust him from his big red chair. Rob is joined by his dear pal Garrett Vogel from Elvis Duran and the Morning Show with all the scoop. Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On today's episode we ask Judge Laura for her verdict on this case of the young Van Life couple who went missing, talk about when and how to leave a job as well as going back to the workplace right now, and review Bud Light's new Fall Flannel hard seltzers. Micah is back! We have so much secondhand embarrassment about the amount of time and money wasted in California's recall election, we don't have much to say except... can Californians recall recalls? Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie embarked on a "van life" trip across America's national parks. What should have been a romantic getaway ended in tragedy, and we're left with questions. What happened, where is Brian Laundrie, and is this yet more evidence that everything on social media is fake? Plus, why was the answer likely 'murder' instead of 'breakup'? To quit or not to quit? A Confessional writer has an unpopular opinion about those who abruptly quit jobs with little to no notice. Related to the Great Resignation happening across the U.S., we discuss the future of work and how employers have no choice but to make flexibility a central focus of their philosophy if they want to attract top talent. Micah shares his experience returning back to an office a few times a week, and we can't help but wonder why this is necessary for jobs that can be done remotely. It's official: the pumpkin craze has gone TOO FAR. Andrew and Laura compare Bud Light's summer and fall seltzers and have... opinions. This week's recommendations are quite informative: DON'T buy Bud Light's Fall Seltzers (Andrew), read this article about the future of work from Vox (Laura), and Ear Savers and Everyone's a Reel Critic Pod (Micah). And in this week's installment of After Dark, available on our Patreon: Laura is putting her working relationship with her contractor to bed. This guy has some fucking nerve! Our Patrons kindly share some tea they'd like to spill behind our paywall. Secretly gay grandfathers, engagement news, disappointing fathers, and shit talking ensue. Some of us need to confront some people about their shitty selfish behavior!
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Sophie (age 7) and Ellie (age 5) tell the story of the Eastern Front in World War Two between Germany and the Soviet Union. Hitler and his Nazis rule Germany. Stalin and his Communists rule the Soviet Union. They hate each other. Hitler decides to invade the Soviet Union and conquer it. The Soviet Union is huge and has many people in it. However, it is poor and its army is old fashioned. The Germans have invented a new way of fighting battles with tanks and airplanes. It called Blitzkrieg which means Lightning War. The Germans invade the Soviet Union without warning. They quickly smash through the Soviet lines and surround hundreds of thousands of soldiers. Then they push onto Paris. However, Moscow is so far from Germany that it too them until the start of winter before they arrived. The Soviet solders fought desperately. They were helped by Soviet soldiers from Siberia who were used to the cold. The German generals wanted to retreated but Hitler would not let them. He was right this time. The Germans just held on. In 1942 the German attacked again. This time they attacked South. They wanted to capture the oilfields to stop the Soviets having petrol for their tanks. They captured lots of land but had to capture the city of Stalingrad first. There is fighting for months. Secretly the Soviets mass tanks outside the city. They attack and surround the city. Hitler will not let the Germans retreat. It is a mistake and the whole German army is forced to surrender. Meanwhile, Hitler's evil plans continue. His soldiers kill many ordinary people and, in particular, they start killing Jews. The next year Hitler attacks for the last time. There is a massive tank battle. The Germans lose. The following year the Soviets attack. They force the Germans back. Just as the Soviets are about to invade Poland they stop. The brave Poles rise up and fight the Germans. They beg for help from the Soviets. However, Stalin is happy to see the Poles be killed by the Germans because he wants to rule Poland after the war. The following year the Soviets close in on Berlin. They are cruel to many ordinary German people, especially to women. After brutal fighting the Soviets capture Berlin. Hitler kills himself, and he kills his dog too. The World War in Europe is over. Patrons Club Please do join our Patrons Club – www.patreon.com/historystorytime
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Do you thrive on tight deadlines and always leave things until the last minute? Do you struggle to switch off, and sneak away to check your inbox after hours? Or maybe you're the kind of person who's never found without a project, even when you're on vacation? Millennials have long been dubbed the ‘burnout generation'. We're conditioned to keep hustling, chasing goal after goal, and rushing from one project to the next without pausing to rest and recover. Whether we're working for ourselves or climbing the career ladder, we've got massive to-do lists, and even bigger missions—and ramping down our efforts always feels like a risk we would rather not take. Just like a strong cup of coffee, goals and deadlines give us a burst of motivation right when we need it most. But what happens when we start to rely on them to get anything done, and stress becomes our default setting? As it turns out, we can become seriously addicted to it—and feel the repercussions across every area of our lives. The American Institute of Stress reports that three quarters of us experience stress that affects our physical health, and half of us have trouble sleeping. All this goes to show that our overwork and overwhelm cycles are a symptom of something bigger—and that managing our stress hormone levels is the key to leading a healthier, happier, and calmer life. In this episode of the I Heart My Life Show, our founder Emily Williams sits down with author, speaker, sleep coach, and longtime friend Devin Burke. Once a busy, booked, and burned out personal trainer, Devin has firsthand experience of how stress hormone addiction can show up and wreak havoc in all spheres of life—from sacrificing family time to never feeling fully satisfied with any of your achievements. Years of healing work later, he has successfully shifted into a more relaxed state of being and restored both his joy and his health—and now, he helps hundreds of clients all around the world to do the same. His life philosophy? Experience more freedom and suffer less, each and every day. If you've always wondered why you find it so difficult to ramp down and unwind, and know that you're subconsciously seeking out some of the challenges you're facing, be sure to listen until the end to find out the daily rituals and practices that Devin stands by so you can take the first steps to shifting from stressed out to fully rested. In This Episode: What is cortisol, and how can your body get addicted to it? The dangers of using stress hormones to fuel, drive, and motivate you Devin shares the story of his own stress addiction as an entrepreneur Why it's important to find a balance between pushing forward towards your goals, and taking time to rest and recover The practices and rituals that helped Devin heal his stress addiction and shift into a more relaxed state of being Why you should stop putting conditions on rest How to build a list of non-negotiables to support you in making this shift. Devin shares how he “fires himself” from roles in his business to free up space in his schedule How long it really takes to start experiencing change and freedom from any new habit Quotes: “When we don't sleep, that throws off all our hormones, our cortisol levels get out of whack and this vicious cycle goes on and on because now we're looking for coffee, which then is like dumping gasoline on an already hot fire.” - Devin Burke “Stress is a source of fuel just like anything else—like coffee, like adrenaline. It's something that gives us energy, and we can get addicted and rely on things that give us energy and help narrow our focus. So stress becomes a tool that people continue to use to narrow their focus and to get things done. But when you don't shift back to that parasympathetic automatic rest response, that's when we burn out.” - Devin Burke “A lot of people think that unless they're stressed, they're not working hard enough. They're not getting enough done. They're not going to be successful. I've often had this sphere around, well, if I do things in a calm manner, or if I move through my life peacefully, is that really true drive? Am I actually going to achieve what I want to achieve? And so there's this shift that needs to happen. And I'll put my hand up for this as well, where we see that there's a different way and there's a better way. And we start to convince ourselves that it's actually the opposite in that we'll get more done and we'll achieve more if we don't rely on the stress hormone.” - Emily Williams “I had this feeling that I always had to be doing something. If I wasn't doing something, I was behind. And I realized that I was trying to match my map of the world, to the map in my mind. And when there's a mismismatch of these maps, it creates stress. And so for me, I was like, well, I can try to change the world, which is a noble thing, but it creates a lot of stress. But I can also change my idea of the map.” - Devin Burke “Having a consistent mindfulness practice has changed my life. Meditation allows you to create space in your mind. It allows you to see the craziness that happens in our mind and gain perspective. It allows you to stay relaxed and accomplish things.” - Devin Burke “Breaking a pattern of physical addiction is hard and it's painful and it's scary because it's unknown territory. Your body might go: ‘no, I need this, this is how I've been able to achieve, this is how I operate, and this is how I'm able to do what I do.' Those are all stories that I think need to be deconstructed.” - Devin Burke “My goal is to experience more freedom and less suffering every day.” - Devin Burke “Most of us are not trying things that we know will work or that we've heard will work because we're scared. And anytime we operate from a place of fear, that's not true freedom, that's not true joy.” - Emily Williams Links & Resources: Follow the I Heart My Life Show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-heart-my-life-show/id1569047758 Subscribe to the I Heart My Life Show on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/1Zw6fI37FrfVjZMXlMiZZ6 Connect with Devin: Visit His Website https://www.devinburke.com/ Devin on Instagram www.instagram.com/devinburkewellness Listen back to our first episode with Devin (episode 19), all about taking control of your health and creating high-performance habits and routines. https://www.iheartmylife.com/2018/04/how-you-can-easily-create-high-performance-health-habits/ Connect with IHML: I Heart My Life Website https://www.iheartmylife.com/ I Heart My Life on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/iheartmylife/ I Heart My Life on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/iheartmylifenow I Heart My Life on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-heart-my-life/ Join the IHML community to receive exclusive announcements and tips. https://www.iheartmylife.com/newsletter Connect with Emily: Emily's Website www.emilywilliams.com Email: email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
We spend a couple of episodes talking about a couple of high profile (in their sports) transgender athletes through the lens of documentaries about their lives: “Transformer” about the life of powerlifter/bodybuilder Janae Kroczaleski, and “Untold: Caitlyn Jenner” about the 1976 US Olympic Decathlon gold medal winner. Most people did not know either was transgender when they were at the peak of their careers and they were held up as heroic male icons. In part one, we focused mostly on contrasting what we knew of these athletes going in with how they are portrayed in the documentaries, how they became involved in their sports, and the roles their friends and families played as they began to publicly cope with their gender identities. We discuss their similarities…and their sharp contrasts. In part two, we discuss the impact their gender identity struggles may have had on their competitive success. It's probably not necessary to have seen the documentaries before listening, but we encourage you to anyway. Jim and Mike appear in an early pivotal scene in “Transformer.” Dean Saddoris of Caffeine and Kilos joins us in our review and reaction to these films. You can find Dean on Instagram @deansaddoris.ck, and at caffeineandkilos.com. Check out our gym (Third Street Barbell) at ThirdStreetBarbell.com and subscribe for updates about our apparel line at 3sb.co! Local memberships and international fresh fits! Get early access to our NEXT DROP! Hosted by Mike Farr (@silentmikke) and Jim McDonald (@thejimmcd). Produced by Jim McDonald Production assistance by Sam McDonald. Theme by Aaron Moore.
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Explosive new details about former President Donald Trump's actions around last year's election and the January insurrection have been revealed in a yet-to-be-released book by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa of the Washington Post. Judy Woodruff discusses them and the questions they raise with White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor and foreign affairs and defense correspondent Nick Schifrin. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Today on TruNews, General Mark ‘Marxist' Milley is featured in a new expose by Bob Woodward, detailing how the Joint Chiefs Chairman had two separate phone conversations, assuring the Chinese that they would be given a heads up in the event of any attack by President Trump. The silence from politicians both left and right to this treason is deafening. Rick shares information of a schedule of wars that the Chinese have planned between now and the 2050s. Is the leadership of Russian, President Putin and his staff, undergoing a biological attack through COVID? In our final segment, Kerry Kinsey joins us as we provide an update on the ‘Corona Crazy' happening, and how the response is being used to usher the global population into the Beast system foretold in Revelation. Rick Wiles, Raymond Burkhart, Kerry Kinsey. Airdate (9/14/21)
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Welcome to Transmissions. Today on the show: Chris Swanson, co-founder of Secretly Group. This year marks 25 years of two of the flagship labels in the group, Secretly Canadian and Jagjaguwar, and to celebrate they've got tons going on—including SC25 Editions, which features titles by Damien Jurado, Anohni, Richard Swift, and more, as well as Merch, with net proceeds benefiting Bloomington's New Hope For Families. Also of note: Jagjaguwar's Join the Ritual, a Dungeons and Dragons-inspired release featuring Angel Olsen, Bruce Hornsby, Cut Worms, Jamila Woods, and many more. As a young person exploring record stores, Secretly and Jagjaguwar served as hallmarks of quality—it was a great time getting to settle in with Swanson to discuss the labels' roots, artists like Anohni, Richard Swift, Jason Molina, Bon Iver, and more.
For you listening, today you will learn: How everybody have values they don't even know about, and how these values secretly runs out lives. How these values are the reasons why we make certain decisions and why we take different actions. And how you by understanding your values better can create lots of meaning in everyday life, get access to more energy, excitement and motivation. All of this, you will learn today! This episode is split up in five different topics: Topic 1: How values are born. In this topic, you will learn why you can't just look at a list of values from a leadership book and chose the one that sounds best, like honesty, or philanthropy, or bravery. Instead, we explore how all values are born from emotional experiences and unless they are lived, they won't matter. Topic 2: How values fail us. In this topic, you will also understand that not all values are positive. You can have values you feel ashamed of and would never admit. You can also have values that make your life worse. In other words, values that fail us. In this topic, you will learn how to detect and change failing values faster. Topic 3: How to find better values. If your values are doing a good job, your life will feel great. On the other hand, if your values work poorly or you don't know your values, you are likely to feel anything from confusion to a feeling that your entire life is empty and meaningless. Topic 4: How values guide you Values are an internal compass guiding us to a better life, but what happens when the compass breaks down? Many of us want to be guided by our values, but unless we are willing to be in touch with our feelings, that won't be possible. In this topic we will learn what happens when we ignore the internal compass, and also how to start being guided again. Topic 5: How we, Emil and Erik found our core values Make sure to listen to the 5th topic because here we share the top values we believe are essential to embody to live a great life. And we are also answering questions like: How do you find your personal values? How to understand yourself? What are values? Where do values come from? And much more! Learn about what are personal values and how can you use their benefits today! -- Social media channels: http://linktr.ee/smilingerik http://linktr.ee/emil.e
Podcast 258: Doctor, I know you're secretly sexually attracted to me! / How to Agree with Criticisms that are Just Plain Wrong! Today's podcast features the incredibly brilliant and kindly Dr. Matthew May, who has become a semi-regular on the Feeling Good Podcast. Our show was the result of an email from Ana Teresa Silva, who is running a new and totally free weekly practice group for the Five Secrets of Effective Communication. If you want to learn those invaluable techniques, contact her immediately before they fill up at ana silva firstname.lastname@example.org. Her question had to do with the incredibly important Disarming Technique, which means finding the truth in a criticism, even when the criticism seems absolutely incorrect. I've posted her letter and my response at the end of these show notes. Today we tackled two kinds of incredibly difficult attacks, with lots of role-playing and (hopefully) useful feedback and teaching. One was the one listed in Ana's email, where you are accused of stealing money, but you didn't actually steal any money. So how can you agree with that? The other was perhaps even harder—what do you do when a patient accuses you of being sexually and secretly attracted to him / her? Matt, Rhonda and David illustrate a variety of strategies for responding with the Disarming Technique as well as the rest of the Five Secrets. The role-playing is challenging and immensely interesting! David emphasizes that if you want to learn the Five Secrets, three things are mandatory: An intense desire to learn. Humility. Tons of practice. David also emphasized the intense resistance nearly all humans have to all three components of EAR: E = Empathy A = Assertiveness R = Respect. I have attached a document listening 12 GOOD Reasons NOT to Listen, Not to Share Your Feelings, and NOT to treat the other person with respect. If you want to master the Five Secrets, my book, Feeling Good Together, will be an invaluable resource. If you read it, you MUST do the written exercises while reading to get any deep understanding of this approach. Simply reading will not “do it!” I want to thank Dr. May once again for hanging out with us today. In our next podcast with Dr. May, he will describe his work with a young professional woman who loved fly fishing but had an intense fear of leeches. Make sure you tune in, it will be extremely interesting, and his patient will join us, too! If you want to contact Dr. May, you can reach him at: Here's Ana's email: Hi, David. Hope you are recovering well!! I got stuck with the Disarming Technique. Last week, in the Five Secret Practice Group meeting, something came up and I didn`t know how to answer. How do we “disarm” someone who blames us for a very specific behaviour that is not true? For example: “Why did you steal my money from the drawer?” I thought we could try to find some truth in the attack noticing some reasons why the person could be mad at us or doesn`t trust us, or maybe we could ask if we did something to offend or upset her, but, at some point, we have to say that we didn't steal the money, right? And we`ll be defending ourselves. Can you help me with this? Thank you! I appreciate it. ana silva Ana Here's my response: Hi Ana, We'll do some practice on this on today's show. You might say, “I'm afraid I'll have to plead guilty to your criticism. Although I didn't and would never steal money from you, I clearly have done a terrible job of winning your trust and providing genuine warmth and support. “It's painful for me to hear how I've failed, and I feel ashamed, especially since I like you so much and value our friendship. I wouldn't be surprised if you're feeling angry, frustrated, and disappointed, and perhaps alone, too, and perhaps even anxious. “Can you tell me more about what happened, and how you feel, and all the ways I've let you down and come across as untrustworthy?” This is just a try, and the details will be different depending on who the person is and what the situation is. Hope this helps! Also, Podcast 161 might also be helpful. It's all about “hearing the music behind the words” (https://feelinggood.com/2019/10/07/161-listening-to-a-different-kind-of-music/) david Rhonda, Matt, and David (without Dr. Rutherford Knows) Rhonda and I are convinced that Dr. May is one of the greatest therapists on the planet earth. If you have a question or would like to contact Dr. May, please check out his website at: (www.matthewmaymd.com) Dr. Rhonda Barovsky practices in Walnut Creek, California, but due to Covid-19 restrictions is working via Zoom, and can be reached at email@example.com. She is a Level 4 Certified TEAM-CBT therapist and trainer and specializes in the treatment of trauma, anxiety, depression, and relationship problems. Check out her new website: www.feelinggreattherapycenter.com. You can reach Dr. Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employees taking advantage of new work-from-home policies are engaging in multiple full-time jobs and deceiving their employers. We review the exposure for employees and employers and provide tips for employers.
On this episode Johnny joins us via collect call from jail; put some money on his books y'all... We start off with a couple sending invoices to some no call no shows to their destination wedding. Are you paying the invoice if you were in this position? Next we speak on Roberts case and Johnny is finally ready to cancel him after some of these testimonies. Next we have a black Florida Delvin White officer getting fired for saying the N-word while using his body cam while apprehending some one and while on the phone with his wife. It was stated that it was due to professionalism, but with the help of the community he was able to get his job back. Next we play Ones Gotta Go: Food Edition. We want to hear your choices too! We round things up with a power recap and Sports Run Down. Support this podcast
The Braves bullpen has magically righted the ship behind a RIDICULOUS month from two of its lefties. Also, was Brian Snitker right about Will Smith's numbers matching those of MLB's elite closers?
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PLUS: Elizabeth has the Dirt Alert, BLIND ITEM: Which celebrity boyfriend has a secret sex tape that he calls a "retirement plan?" AND Hilaria Baldwin's appearance on MATCH GAME was extra thirsty!
Wait, What’s a Substack? This week on the podcast, Brian and Darryl give an update on what’s next for Gian Carano. Talk about episode 1 of What If…? on Disney+ and Superman and Lois on The CW. Lastly, they dive deep into what’s happening with the comic book industry and Substack. Episode Index Intro: 0:11 Gina Carano Update: 05:35 What If…?: 14:50 Supes & LoLo: 31:20 Substack: 53:29 Gina News! Gina Carano Reveals Details About First Project Since ‘The Mandalorian'; Actress Will Star In Revenge Thriller Scripted By ‘The Hitcher' Writer Eric Red What If…? (Season 1 Episode 1) Title: “What If… Captain Carter Were the First Avenger?” Directed by: Bryan Andrews Written by: A.C. Bradley Release Date : August 11, 2021 Summary During World War II, Steve Rogers is initially chosen to be the world’s first super-soldier. Before he can receive the super-soldier serum, Hydra spy Kruger intervenes and shoots Rogers and Chester Phillips. Peggy Carter shoots Kruger and volunteers to receive the serum herself. She is successfully enhanced, but John Flynn bans her from combat. Secretly receiving equipment from Howard Stark, Carter steals the Tesseract from Hydra, and is then promoted to a combat role as Captain Carter. Stark...
Texte: Sa compagne a révélé que Julian Assange est secrètement devenu le père de deux enfants alors qu'il vivait à l'ambassade d'Equateur à Londres. Traduction: Julian Assange secretly fathered two children while living inside the Ecuadorean embassy in London, his partner has revealed.
Jennifer Aniston often feels “weird” posing on the red carpet and is kind of jealous of JLO. Meghan McCain's attack on Kathy Griffin — who is currently recovering from lung cancer surgery. Kate Middleton and Prince William have spent the past three weeks completely off the grid. OKMagazine.com editor Donny Meacham joins Rob! Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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The military-grade spyware that's being used to spy on journalists, human rights activists and business executives. Plus, a long overdue trip to space.Read more:Military-grade spyware leased by the Israeli firm NSO Group to governments for tracking terrorists and criminals was used to hack smartphones belonging to journalists, human rights activists, business executives and the two women closest to murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to an investigation by The Washington Post and 16 media partners led by the Paris-based journalism nonprofit Forbidden Stories.Wally Funk was supposed to go to space 60 years ago. Now she's going with Jeff Bezos. At 82, the “Mercury 13″ pioneer is poised to become the oldest person to reach space when the first crewed Blue Origin rocket takes flight Tuesday.
The Dr. John Delony Show is a caller-driven show that offers real people a chance to be heard as they struggle with relationship issues and mental health challenges. John will give you practical advice on how to connect with people, how to take the next right step when you feel frozen, and how to cut through the depression and anxiety that can feel so overwhelming. You are not alone in this battle. You are worth being well—and it starts by focusing on what you can control. Let us know what's going on by leaving a voicemail at 844.693.3291 or visiting johndelony.com/show. We want to talk to YOU! Show Notes for this Episode I'm secretly dating a married woman & feel guilty My mom is dangerously paranoid about internet conspiracy theories & refuses to get help My child & neighborhood kids exposed themselves to each other Email: Insane wedding expectations Lyrics of the Day: "Dancing In The Dark" - Bruce Springsteen As heard on this episode: BetterHelp Redefining Anxiety John's Free Guided Meditation Ramsey+ tags: infidelity, marriage, family, boundaries, sickness/illness, kids, parenting, sexuality/intimacy These platforms contain content, including information provided by guests, that is intended for informational and entertainment purposes only. The content is not intended to replace or substitute for any professional medical, counseling, therapeutic, financial, legal, or other advice. The Lampo Group, LLC d/b/a Ramsey Solutions as well as its affiliates and subsidiaries (including their respective employees, agents and representatives) make no representations or warranties concerning the content and expressly disclaim any and all liability concerning the content including any treatment or action taken by any person following the information offered or provided within or through this show. If you have specific concerns or a situation in which you require professional advice, you should consult with an appropriately trained and qualified professional expert and specialist. If you are having a health or mental health emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately.`
Its just us for a mega recap of an awesome long weekend in sports. We break down all of the NBA playoff series and disavow bad fan actions while also understanding what it means to be a regular fan (2:47 - 28:30). Lebron will have to be superman and Luka conspiracy theories (28:30 - 43:12). Leaf fans weigh in on another playoff collapse with a #BigMad segment (43:12 - 61:48). Who's back of the week and Hot Seat/Cool Throne, Talking Tennis Naomi Osaka and Monday Reading (61:48 - 99:26).