Over-generalized belief about a particular category of people
Homeschooling is looking better and better to a large percentage of Americans.--Public Schools have reported a 6- plunge in enrollment this year - even larger than last year. Here we address the myths, misconceptions, and negative stereotypes attached to home education with Yvette Hampton, host of the new film, School House Rocked.----This program includes-----1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -Canadian COVID police arrest another pastor, Nigerian Muslims killed 40 Christians last month, 12 states sue Biden over abortion funding-----2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
A new MP3 sermon from Generations Radio is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Homeschool — A Better & Better Option - Myths, Misconceptions, & Negative Stereotypes Subtitle: On Misconceptions & Myths Speaker: Kevin Swanson Broadcaster: Generations Radio Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 10/27/2021 Length: 33 min.
It's the last episode of the month and we're just talking After Hours about things we Shrinks think about after hours. Today's topic is bias in mental health treatment. We've talked about bias in diagnosis and this is related because if the initial way of looking at a person or their struggles is biased, the whole course of treatment can be biased as well. Have a listen.
Was haben William Shakespeare, Stephen King Romane und Sherlock Holmes mit Sinti:zze & Rom:nja gemeinsam? Und gibt es Literatur, die eine rassistische Sprache, rassistische Stereotype und eine Romantisierung Sinti:zze & Rom:nja gegenüber reproduziert? Dies und mehr kannst du bei dieser Folge erfahren. Außerdem hatten wir auch Sprachnachrichten von Tayo Awosusi-Onutor & Samuel Mago erhalten. Unter den Links sind jeweils die Bücher von den beiden erhältlich: https://tebalou.shop/produkt/jokesi-club-jekh-dui-drin-3-freundinnen-in-berlin/ ; https://www.jpc.de/jpcng/books/detail/-/art/samuel-mago-bernsteyn-und-rose/hnum/10424797
As we've explored throughout the podcast, the music industry loves to put people in a box. For pop stars, the expectations are strict – be a sexy, womanly figure that men will find desirable and keep your opinions to yourself. But Halsey (she/they) can't be contained by stereotypes or expectations of what “should be.” Since entering the spotlight at 20 years-old, Halsey has been very loud about being bisexual, biracial, and bipolar, but her personhood is much deeper than those labels. They've also advocated for women's rights, reproductive health, Black Live Matter, and just to name a few causes they're passionate about. Throughout their career, Halsey has grappled with expressing every part of herself while combating the pressure to be the perfect pop star, and has often faced criticism for not being gay enough or female enough or black enough. In this episode we're diving into Halsey's career to discuss the challenges she faced, what they've come to learn as a result of it, and how ultimately, her cult-like following of fans is what propelled her to stardom. Enjoy this episode? Join our Patreon community or leave us a tip on PayPal! Want to talk more? Find us: @name3songs | @sara_feigin | @jenna_million Check out all the sources for this episode at name3song.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you have ever wondered about stereotypes in the police world, this is the episode for you! The boys attempt to address some of the myths and realities of police personalities- and spare no details. If you've ever asked yourself:⁃ Why are traffic cops always so stiff? ⁃ Are SWAT Officers really as cool as they think they are? ⁃ Do drug cops need all of that facial hair to be legit? ⁃ Why do Homicide Detectives seem to hate everyone but themselves? ⁃ Are police dogs actually smarter than their handlers? After listening to this episode, you will have the answers to all of these questions and much, much more.
Author and professor Mukoma Wa Ngugi joins screenwriter and author Charles Yu for a War Of The Words. They discuss their writing, new novels, changing the way people are represented in Hollywood (and across the world) and recommend some books. In the Book Off, Charles Petzold's "Code" goes up against "Lose Your Mother" by Saidiya Hartman - but which one will win???? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If I were asked to describe what typical New Zealand people are like, the last word that would come to mind would be 'rugged'. Yet, apparently, according to the people on the washing line, this is a label that goes hand in hand with the folks down under. In this weeks show, Brian and I thought it would be fun to take four of New Zealand's national stereotypes and discuss whether we found them to be true... Would You Like To Join Our Private New Zealand Community? Are you Considering Moving To New Zealand and are desperate to know what life in New Zealand is (really) like? Do You LOVE New Zealand & dream of moving here one day? Sign up HERE and I will send you my FREE Moving to and Living in New Zealand Guide. A 5 Part Video Series! At the end of the series, you will be offered details of how to become part of our very exciting and growing community of New Zealand loving members! SIGN UP NOW! Typical New Zealand People. Just WHAT Are They Up To Down There? I can just picture it. A bearded bushman with a wild pig slung over his shoulder. Returning home to his wife (who is making scones with one hand and shearing sheep with the other). 'Throw that on the Barbie love and while it's cooking I'll neck a few tinnies with the boys...' Did I ever mention to you that, twelve years ago, I got cold feet about moving to New Zealand? It's true. I had visions of turning up to the country and finding men who spent hours drinking and polishing their fishing rods and women who wore blue overalls. Luckily I put my big girl pants on and went ahead with our plans. And while some things (like learning the New Zealand slang) took some getting used to, I am happy to say that I am yet to meet any troglodytes. In this week's podcast episode Brian and I talk about: The Typical Kiwi Male. Kiwi Ingenuity and whether it still exists. Rugby, racing and beer. The Typical Kiwi Female. Moving to New Zealand? Here's More Content For You! Life in New Zealand Compared to the UK. From a Kiwi Who's Tried Both Leaving America to live in New Zealand 7 Things That Scared us About Moving To New Zealand Living in New Zealand. Why 30% Of Immigrants Go Back Home Moving to New Zealand. The How's, the Whys and the Hoops. Moving to New Zealand. 5 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid Making Americans in New Zealand. Will They Ever Feel at Home? Interested in Life in New Zealand? Here's More Content For You! Is New Zealand NEGLECTING These Essential Life Skills? 7 Weird Things About New Zealand You Know You're in New Zealand When... Where To Live in New Zealand? North or South Island? Christmas Down Under? Wonderful or Weird? Behind The Scenes Podcast Episodes (Where we share the things that are happening in our lives right now). Episode #1: Meeting Our Teenage Daughter. Life at 17. Episode #2: Our Son at 20. Homeschooled. No College. Three Jobs. Episode #3: We Met Online. The Māori Subscribers Who Changed Our Lives. Episode #4: The REAL Reason We Left the UK. Episode #5: Quitting School. Now What? Can't Wait To Travel Again? Here's Some Inspiring Content For You! 7 Most Beautiful Places on Earth (And Why You Need To Visit Them SOON! Japanese Culture. 7 Things You Should (Really) Know BEFORE You Go How to Travel The World For Free. Or at Least Very, Very Cheap. Italy Travel (Like You've Never Seen Before. In Your Life.) Follow us on: YouTube Pinterest Facebook TikTok Subscribe to us on Apple Subscribe on Android Subscribe on Spotify
In this episode Chris and Cortney go from hosts to parents and talk about raising their teenagers. They work through what it means to have teenagers, how the teens think, and what they are going through. As the adult there are things that you need to do to be understanding by using your x-ray goggles and help them navigate this difficult time of change. Tune in to see Parenting the Teenager Through a Therapist's Eyes.
Episode 126 (Bathroom Cocaine, Gay Stereotypes and CCN) Tune in to this weeks episode as we do a deep dive on Bathroom Cocaine and Gay Stereotypes, and thank you again for your continued support of the Chalk Cock Network. As always we opened the door to some pretty interesting conversations, personal stories, bad jokes and lots of laughs. Thanks for listening and remember to subscribe and review if you enjoy what we're doing. Continued thanks to friends and family for the ongoing support. Another big thank you to Bend Tech for laying some of the ground work to help us get this up and running. Last but not least, thank you to Vinnie's wife Jen for our podcast artwork. You can find us on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music and YouTube. We also have an Instagram account @withoutdefiniteaimpodcast. If for any reason you'd like to contact us we can be reached through our instagram or our gmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Send us suggestions for topics you'd like us to cover (we like random, so go crazy)! If we use your random topic or how much, you will of course get a shoutout. ► Music Credit for our theme: LAKEY INSPIRED Track Name: "Distant" Music By: LAKEY INSPIRED Official "LAKEY INSPIRED" YouTube Channel License for commercial use: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported "Share Alike" (CC BY-SA 3.0) License. Music promoted by NCM
Three powerful women, one male host, all discussing representation, sexism and Ria's upcoming show; Femme On Film in one amazing podcast! In more detail, Mike sits down with Ria Carrogan, Tonya Todd & his occasional co-host Megan for a discussion from “the female perspective”, it starts with Ria explaining her upcoming show and why she is starting it, how Hollywood seems to forgive white men over women & other ethnicities, how certain films challenge stereotypes, Ria brings up some statistics to do with representation of women before discussion modern feminism and media that shines a light on the aforementioned issues – all of this is in part 1! In part 2 of their chat (out next week on this feed but is available now on Patreon), their discussion on representation continues before delving back into the general structure for Femme On Film and some of the films that Ria will tackle, including Jennifer's Body, before talking about women in horror, sex scenes, words used to describe men & women and the conversation ends with a mad discussion on orgies! The Power by Naomi Alderman is the book Ria mentions. 52 Love Podcast on Spotify - YouTube - Tonya's Site: http://mstonyatodd.com/ - @52LovePodcast on Twitter and @MsTonyaTodd on Twitter, IG & FB Tonya's Grease 2 Article : http://www.mstonyatodd.com/why-i-prefer-grease-2-to-the-original/ Megan's Instagram: @GrittsGetFit Ria's Twitter: @RiaCarrogan – https://Riasquestions.com - Shows she's found on in Comics In Motion are Seasons Greetings, Indie Comics Spotlight & Pop Guerrillas, plus Femme On Film is coming soon, all are found here: https://anchor.fm/comics-in-motion-podcast - The Manslator: https://www.manslator.app/ Make sure you listen to the last episode Ria was on; episode 139 and check out Tonya's previous appearances on episode 97, 101 & 114 of GCC! Last episode, number 140, Mike sat down with author Jesse McKinnell, they discuss the strange dream Jesse had that started his journey on writing his first book; Dead Cats And Other Reflections On Parenthood, why Jesse wrote in first person, the idea of a “boringtopia”, how Jesse writes dark comedy and how an audience roots for a main character even when “bad”. They also discuss suffocation by technology, waiting rooms and the next books Jesse will be releasing, so make sure you go back and listen to that if you haven't already! Intro & Outro reads by BZ The Voice: http://www.bzthevoice.com/ Check out Mike's Patreon, where he releases 1 or 2 episodes of his “Afterthoughts” a week, plus there are unsplit full-length episodes of GCC, additional photos (including early access to photos of comics for this very show) and more, so if you want to support the show and get more content, check it out at http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat Find Mike's other show; Star Wars: Comics In Canon on Spotify & the other podcast apps on the feed of Comics In Motion. Episodes are out every Saturday; episodes 0-74 are out now, in ep 74 Mike talks about Vader's fortress on Mustafar in the finale to the 2017 Vader run of comics, in ep 73 Mike embarks on the first volume of the 2020 run of Star Wars and in ep 72 Mike tackles the third full chapter of the War Of The Bounty Hunters crossover event! Previous episodes topics include Lando comics, the Journals of Old Ben Kenobi, Kanan Jarrus, Count Dooku, Kylo Ren, Darth Maul, how C-3PO got his red arm, book reviews & more – https://spoti.fi/3sOtqCw Mike returned to Star Wars Timeline to talk about The Force Awakens, listen here: https://youtu.be/c4VMXeBU3W4 Mike appeared on Star Wars Timeline's Timecast, talking about the different SW trilogies, found here: https://youtu.be/W03gonK4rtw Mike along with 5 other members of Comics In Motion discussed Art Spiegelman's Maus in the 2nd CiM Book Club: https://bit.ly/BC2Maus Mike appeared on the Have Not Seen This podcast, talking about The Way Way Back: https://spoti.fi/3AbPcV4 Instagram – Twitter – Facebook – YouTube – Stitcher – Podbean – Spotify You can also email Mike at GenuineChitChat@outlook.com with any reviews, comments or suggestions.
It IS possible to thrive in motherhood and your career! This is the message that Molly Dickens, co-founder of &Mother actively promotes. &Mother's vision is a culture where motherhood is not a limiting factor in how women succeed professionally or personally, and where women can openly express their needs and receive support without retribution. It is a working world where mothers are supported as leaders and sought after as employees. Where the value of mothers in the workforce has become intrinsic such that new structural norms facilitate the needs of the modern family. The mission is to break barriers that limit a woman's ability to choose to thrive in both motherhood AND a career. One of organization's first initiatives is creating cultural and structural change within the sports industry and shifting the narrative. This week, Sonya sat down with Molly, a scientist, writer, advocate, and mother of two. Formerly an academic researcher, Molly became a founding team member of a maternal health startup to pursue her passion of empowering mothers. And by co-founding &Mother, she is continuing to support women and their choice to pursue career and motherhood while enabling mothers to become the driving force breaking down a system that has historically dismissed, undervalued, and discriminated against them. Key Takeaways Why &Mother was formed Stereotypes and barriers that mothers face Systemic and structural failures for women The motherhood penalty Equity over equality for women in the workplace Maternal mental health What &Mother is doing to create change The pressure to be a trailblazing mom
A LONG TIME AGO ON THE VERONICA MARS SPIN-OFF WEB SERIES PLAY IT AGAIN DICK: Ryan Hansen persuades the CW suits to let him make a pilot for a Dick Casablancas spin-off show. So then he has to persuade the Veronica Mars actors to come back to reprise their roles... And then they all film Private Dick! Wherein Dick Casablancas is a private detective investigating the murders of several beloved Veronica Mars characters. There are masks! Punchings! Sexytimes! Pull-ups! Ghost Cassidy Casablancas! And bikinis as funeral-wear! And a catchphrase that never really takes off? Oh and a big dance number. Twice. Join Jenny Owen Youngs and Helen Zaltzman to investigate the official but non-canonical Veronica Mars spin-off web series Play It Again, Dick, and contemplate such mysteries as why Madison Sinclair is the MVP of the piece, how there is so much filler in such a short show, and why the CW didn't commission a Wallace'n'cookies-focused spin-off The Great Wallace Bake-Off. Content note:Play It Again, Dick contains racist jokes and references to rape and suicide. For more about this episode, and to read the transcript, visit the podcast's official site VMIpod.com/piad. And to keep posted about what's coming up on the show, follow @VMIpod on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and sign up for our mailing list at vmipod.com/vmimail. Next episode, our resident legal expert Lo Dodds will be LoDowning all the crimes that take place in Home Alone, so join us back on the pod for that mid-November! This episode was edited and mixed by Helen Zaltzman; the music is by Martin Austwick and Jenny Owen Youngs. We also have MERCH - get your pins to show your love for Weevil or non-love for milk at hellomerch.com/collections/veronica-mars-investigations. Our ad partner is Multitude. To sponsor episodes of the show, contact them at multitude.productions/ads. This episode is sponsored by: • If I Go Missing, The Witches Did It, a new thriller podcast where true crime and witchcraft meet! Listen to it wherever you obtained this podcast and at realm.fm. • Girlfriend Collective, sustainable, ethically made, size-inclusive activewear made from recycled trash. Get $25 off your purchase of $100 or more when you shop at girlfriend.com/veronica. • Dipsea, the app full of sexy stories and somnolent soundscapes. Get an extended 30 day free trial at DipseaStories.com/veronica. Support the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=TWQYZDRGZUGH8&source=url See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode Chris talks Self-Acceptance with new co-host, his editor, Cortney Donelson. He then talks about the opposite of that, self-critique. This is the demon that can lead you down a path of insecurities and self-destruction. He then talks about how you can learn to go from acceptance to loving yourself and how that then spills out to other people and how we treat them. Tune in to see Self-Acceptance Through a Therapist's Eyes.
In this special SpOoOOoky Halloween season episode, Paulina and Jess interview Caribbean-American activist, educator, and scholar Emani Jerome about horror films and representation, with a special focus on race, gender, and class. We're also honored to have Emani as our first non-Romani, or "International Relations" guest! Emani takes us through a list of films, including but not necessarily limited to Get Out, The Witch, Midsommar, Eraserhead, Candy Man, Birth of a Nation, Blacula, The People Under the Stairs, Tales from the Hood, The Wickerman, Poltergeist, Cannibal Holocaust, and more. We also touch on Black Mirror and the intersection of horror and sci-fi, and distinctions between the two. We examine the use of common race and class tropes, the role of horror films in culture, and the emergence of new horror by BIPOC filmmakers. Spoilers and cursing are abound in this highly entertaining and thought-provoking episode. Follow Emani on Instagram @emanijerome.Special shout out to Romani filmmaker Victoria Bell and her first debut horror film Heir of the Witch. Follow her on Instagram at @victoria_filmmaker.You can find us on Instagram @romanistanpodcast, and on Facebook under the same name, and on Twitter @romanistanpodWe started a Ko-fi fundraiser to help us expand. Our goal is to release 2 episodes a month, create video content, like an advice column and other treats, and we would also like to register as a nonprofit so we can produce content by other Romani & Sinti creators. We are hoping to cover production costs, like paying for our hosting site, website, editing and producing, and all the rest. We would love it if you could contribute and spread the word. The link is Ko-fi.com/romanistan. Thank you so much to everyone who's donated. Please rate, review, and subscribe. It helps us so much. If you would like to advertise with us, email us at email@example.com. We offer sliding-scale for Romani, Sinti & related businesses, so reach out!You can find Jess, on Instagram @jezmina.vonthiele, and you can find her vintage and curiosities shop Evil Eye Edit on Instagram @evileyeedit & Etsy.You can find Paulina Verminski on Instagram @_paulina_v_ and at her holistic healing and specialty store online at https://romaniholistic.com/ and in Newport Beach, CA. Follow on Instagram @romaniholistic Romanistan is hosted by Jessica Reidy and Paulina VerminskiConceived of by Paulina VerminskiEdited by Carlo PatrãoWith Music by Viktor PachasAnd Artwork by Elijah Vardo
From racist mascots, to stereotypes in national creation myths like Thanksgiving, we have always faced misrepresentation and disrespect of our cultures and identities. Cultural appropriation and commodification of our cultures is commonplace, but Native activists, artists, youth, educators, legislators and our allies are changing that reality. We are winning battles to ban racist mascots and call out negative stereotypes in the media. This series premier episode features Crystal Echo Hawk, an enrolled member of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma and President and CEO of IllumiNative and of Echo Hawk Consulting.
In today's episode Morgan and Devin began celebrating National Coming Out Day on October 11, 2021 with an episode discussing the stigmas around coming out. As most LGBTQ+ individuals know, coming out is a complex process that differs from person to person. The process is made more difficult due to the stigmas and stereotypes that society has embedded within our psyche. Don't Be Pressed took time during this episode to express how they feel about stereotypes such as pray the gay way, and how they've grown in spite of those stereotypes and stigmas. If you're currently contemplating coming out or you want to act as an ally for someone in your life who is contemplating coming out. Tune in as these two ladies celebrate National Coming out Day.Related Episodes & Links:Yale Study on Mental Health in the LGBT+ Community: https://www.apa.org/monitor/2018/02/lgbt-stigmaNo more Hiding Episode: https://dontbepressed.buzzsprout.com/339854/1812172-2-no-more-hiding Pose Episode: https://dontbepressed.buzzsprout.com/339854/8333749-9-dwayne-wade-lil-mama-and-more-about-the-transgender-communityDevvbee Entertainin Episode: Queer Eye https://youtu.be/JsYtoLNUxFECan men wear a purse? :https://dontbepressed.buzzsprout.com/339854/5615764-4-2020-fashion-trends-can-men-wear-a-purseSpiritual journey Episode: https://dontbepressed.buzzsprout.com/339854/8221323-7-am-i-a-bad-christianBullying Episode: https://dontbepressed.buzzsprout.com/339854/5956210-7-bullyin-know-your-worth-no-discountsSUBSCRIBE! Don't Be Pressed: Where we cover PRESSING topics from the point of view of 2 Black girlsLearn more about us on our website: www.dontbepressedpodcast.comPodcast Link: https://dontbepressed.buzzsprout.com/Listen on the go! Podcast on: iTunes Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, Pandora, iHeart Radio & Tune InFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: @dontbepressedpodINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/dontbepressedpodTWITTER: https://twitter.com/dontbepressedpodFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/dontbepressedpodTo tell us what you're pressed about for the podcast, or any other business inquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor comments, questions, show or album recommendations, or more with me on this video email: email@example.com
Morgen and Trisha touch on the societal stereotypes we feel our children are pushed into. When shopping, the girls' section is all pinks and purples with flowers, ballerinas, and what is deemed feminine. The boys' section is all blues and greens with trucks, Dinosaurs, and superheroes. The same goes for the toys the kids are given. Girls are expected to play with dolls and have tea parties while the boys are given trucks and robots. The societal norms are more than just gift-givers going with social influences; it starts at the stores we buy from. As mama's with girls, Morgen & Trisha want Charlie & Remi to be empowered and not too influenced by societal stereotypes on what is considered feminine or masculine. The same goes for Auggie when he gets older. Listen in and weigh in on your thoughts. Also, would you shop at the store Trisha has in mind of creating?! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can't wait to hear from you!
If you're looking for a way to overcome the obstacles in your life, this is not just another self-help podcast. This is an invitation. Mark & Annette had an inspiring conversation with Dorsey Ross. Dorsey was born on January 16th, 1977, with a congenital disability known as Apert's Syndrome. When Dorsey was born, his forehead was pushed outward, his nose and mouth were pushed inward, and his fingers and toes were fused, meaning he had no individual movement of them. Doctors gave Dorsey's parents no hope for his survival and advised them to put him into an institution. His parents both knew and trusted in God, and they believed that God would do great things in Dorsey's life. Throughout his life, Dorsey has had to overcome a lot of obstacles, and trials, being bullied, called names like monster and freak, and undergone multiple operations.Teachers told Dorsey he would not make it in college, and with all odds against him, he entered Queens Borough Community College. After four years there, and after attaining an associate degree, he entered the University of Valley Forge. After years of hard work and perseverance, he graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Youth Ministry. His life saying is, “can't is not in my vocabulary” because, for most of his life, he has never used the word can't. He believes that with God, all things are possible and that he can do all things through Christ who gives him strength. It's with God's help he is overcoming life's obstacles.Reach out to Dorsey and order your signed copy of Overcomer, understanding God's plan against all odds. What defines you? What do you stand for? If your answer is "I don't know", then it's time to find out! And I believe that once we understand what God has called us to be and do, our lives will never be the same again. So let me ask: Who are YOU going to be today?
In this episode the guys discuss a shocking new cancer discovery, whether or not previous advanced civilizations were present on earth, and we get a visit from an old friend who love tanning oil but hates science.
Kasie wraps up her time as co-host by talking to Chris about the importance of being mindful and fully immersing yourself in the present. She discusses how your early live experiences influence how your mind and body are triggered and react now. Then she gives you some tips to get your mind back into focus when you start to wander. Tune in to see Complete Immersion in Being Present Through a Therapist's Eyes.
Confidence Staveley joins host Manoj Tandon in this week's episode of Security Confidential. Confidence joins us from Lagos, Nigeria, where she talks to us about her career in Cyber and how she is helping young women break the stereotypes. She is a Cyber Security Professional, Author, and Entrepreneur. She is the founder and executive director of CyberSafe and NoGoFallMaga. Confidence was also the winner of the Cyber Security Woman of the Year 2021 award. 00:00 Introduction 01:25 How Confidence started in Cyber 06:07 Cyber Security in Nigeria 10:24 Cyber Security Woman of the Year 15:56 CyberSafe Foundation 17:46 Biggest Challenges 19:58 Women in the role of Cyber 24:42 Stereotypes for Women 31:28 Cybersafe for businesses 35:55 CyberSafe success stories 42:43 Cyber advice from Confidence 46:33 Closing
In this episode, Kimberly and Jayson discuss solving relationship conflict through tools and practices Jayson has developed through his work. They talk about healthy relationships maintaining a comfortable baseline where all issues are addressed and resolved. Jayson describes practical ways that include listening, validating, and taking ownership of issues as skills to create long-lasting and satisfying relationships both romantic and platonic, as well as the difference between healthy relationships and codependent ones. Through using the skills Jayson describes, we can shift culture in how we relate to and validate each other. Bio Jayson Gaddis is a relationship expert, coach, founder of the Relationship School, host of The Relationship School podcast, has an M.A. in psychology, and is a dad of two. His work includes effective coaching and provides practical tools and skills that everyone can use to impact their relationships. Jayson's new book “Getting to Zero” can be pre-ordered through his website linked below. What They Share --Finding a partner willing to grow and be mutually invested --Healthy versus codependent relationships --Tools for solving heated conflicts from “Getting to Zero” --Addressing uncomfortable conversations What You'll Hear --Monogamy as a spiritual path for personal growth --Ask what you believe you're wired for (one intimate partner or more) --Stereotypes of non-commital hetero men --Identify who you are and what you really want deeply --Two types of people (willing and unwilling) --Willingness is a spectrum, identify a willing person --Usually pain inspires movement and growth --Misinterpreting others' attachment styles causes conflict --Two willing people understand attachment styles of other as a journey --Codependency doesn't have mutual exchange --Healthy attachment is mutual effort and engagement --Many relationships have codependent element where only one person does emotional labor --New book “Getting To Zero” highlights method of working and repairing through conflict in relationship --Failed attempts of conflict resolution dealt with quick apologies and time without meaningful repair --Creating a clear, clean vibe within relationship leaving nothing unaddressed --Created School and goes into schools to work with adolescents in relational literacy --LUFU (Listening to the other Until you Feel Understood) --Validate partner's feelings, claim ownership in partner's issue --”That makes sense” as a validating response --One at a time, most resourced person listens first, if partner feels heard --Conflict resolution is a practice which takes time and effort --Need to relearn how to listen and speak to others while under stress --Nester-meditation (Number, Emotion, Sensation, Thought, Resource) during stress --Discomfort threshold and being okay with discomfort, shame, guilt, anger, etc. --Overly bearing emotional work for relationship undermines partner's growth and enables them to stay stuck --Resentment signals going past responsibility in emotional work of relationship --Community to help us see our patterns --Identify healthy discomfort versus unhealthy discomfort --Understanding inner conflict and outer conflict and how they impact each other --Knowing when to bring up unresolved issues with friends and romantic relationships --High-stakes relationships with mutual investment needs truth-telling --Lead with vulnerability in difficult conversations --Becoming a competent relational leader with time and practice to handle adversity and discomfort --”Stand for three” (self, partner, and relationship) necessary for lasting relationships Resources Website: jaysongaddis.com IG: @therelationshipschool
We've all made assumptions about large restaurant chains: They care more about profits than people. The quality of their food is low. They don't engage with the communities in which they operate. But sometimes the values espoused – and enacted – by a large company defy the stereotypes.This week we're talking to Milwaukee native, Ari Domnitz, about his career in the Milwaukee food scene, from work with venues like Hi-Hat and Hospitality Democracy to taking the leap and owning his own bar and restaurant (Karma). But he also shares insights gleaned from his four-year tenure with Shake Shack, a publicly traded company with over 300 locations. During our conversation, we discuss the brand's company culture and values, how they've influenced Domnitz's career choices, and (maybe most intriguingly) how the brand is able to thrive in a city where great burgers and frozen custard have been around for decades.
Books are such a powerful teaching tool because they give us glimpses into experiences beyond our own — which is something children's book author Andrea Wang is an expert at. Andrea's books are beautiful for many reasons — they'll make you laugh, they'll make you cry, and they'll help you better understand Chinese and other Asian cultures. I can't recommend her picture books and middle grade novels enough for you and your kiddos. Andrea previously joined me on the podcast to discuss how we can bring Chinese culture into our homes, and she graciously agreed to speak with me again, this time to unpack two specific Asian stereotypes and how we can teach our children to be in solidarity with the Asian community and push back against these stereotypes. In this conversation, Andrea and I discuss: Asian stereotypes surrounding food and how we respond to them. Stereotypes about Asian names and how we can be more sensitive. Her recent books — “Watercress” and “The Many Meanings of Meilan.” How children's books can serve as a springboard for teachable moments. How Andrea's books include relatable experiences. Andrea's hope for her books to show common humanity among races. Race Talk Roadmap Our Race Talk Roadmap is the tool you need to begin conversations about race and racism with your children! We have a list of three tips for parents of older children and a list of three tips for parents of younger children. Visit firstnamebasis.org/racetalk to get the Race Talk Roadmap sent straight to your inbox. Ally Elementary Parents have been asking for a practical, interactive way to implement the anti-racist strategies that I lay out in the First Name Basis Podcast. So this October we are launching “Ally Elementary: Anti-Racist Education For Families." During this five-week program parents will work together with their children to create a culture of anti-racism in their home, and I will be there to guide them every step of the way. We will use hands-on activities to teach our children about everything from the untold story of how race was created to how they can disrupt racism in their everyday lives. I am so excited to watch the families in our community make a meaningful transformation and improve their communities through anti-racist action. Click here to the waitlist! Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced In The Episode First Name Basis Podcast, Season 2, Episode 3: “Bringing Chinese Culture Into Our Homes” Andrea Wang's website Andrea Wang's Instagram Andrea Wang's Twitter Andrea's books: “The Many Meanings of Meilan” “Learning About Asia” “Magic Ramen” “Watercress” “The Nian Monster” “Lilu and the Language of Tea” (coming soon!) Uzoamaka Aduba talks about the importance of her name “A Different Pond” by Bao Phi and illustrated by Thi Bui “AsianAm TikTok creator Kim Saira on James Corden late show, calls 'Spill Your Guts' racist” Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
Have you ever been self-conscious about your leadership style? Or worried that your leadership doesn't fit the mold for what a leader “should” be? I feel this way all the time. Sometimes I feel like I'm really thriving in my leadership seat. Other days, I feel totally insecure that I'm not good enough and don't know what I'm doing. It's the realization that — shit. I'm not perfect. I can have one or twenty people on my team and it doesn't matter. I will ALWAYS be learning how to lead. In today's episode you'll hear: - Why it's OK to feel ROUGH around the edges in your leadership. - Why your leadership style doesn't have to adhere to typical STEREOTYPES. - How to own your IMPERFECTIONS while still being accountable to your growth. Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to my podcast? If the answer is no, I'd love for you to subscribe. Diary of a Doer is full of stories of business, some behind the scenes, and freaking amazing guests. If you're feeling really generous, I'd love for you to give me a review over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps me out a ton!
Today, a crossover episode with our L.A. Times cousin podcast “Asian Enough.” Hosts Tracy Brown and Jen Yamato interview novelist Min Jin Lee about leaving her legal career to write books, expressing Asian pride at a time of hate crimes, dealing with people whose stances you dislike, and working to change the world five minutes at a time.The author also blows the hosts' minds with her perspective on dealing with the pain of casual racism. “Min Jin, you're giving me, like, a lifetime of therapy here.”More reading:Welcome to ‘Asian Enough,' Season 2Violence has Asian Americans questioning how far they have really come in their American journeyHigh School Insider column: Exploring my Korean identity — A follow-up to Min Jin Lee's ‘Pachinko'Op-ed: Coronavirus reminds Asian Americans that our belonging is conditional
A lot of people think that what you learn from trauma is to avoid it at all costs. But Dr. Lise Deguire learned some unexpected lessons about life, love, and courage. This episode shares how Dr. Deguire's experience as a burn survivor has taught her valuable lessons that we can learn from!At the age of four, Dr. Lise Deguire suffered third-degree burns on 65% of her body as the result of both maternal and corporate negligence. Against the odds, she lived through the trauma, beginning decades of treatment as a burn survivor. Lise chats with Annette and Mark about her journey touching on early events, including the story of the fire, her years of painful surgeries in the hospital, social isolation, and bullying. Dr. Deguire recounts her childhood with two narcissistic parents and their futile struggles to find happiness. She tells her family's tragic story, which includes artistic genius, stark neglect, and four suicides. Most importantly, she explains her long but ultimately triumphant path towards love, health, and life satisfaction.The link will take you directly to where you can listen and purchase Dr. Lise Deguire's book Flashback Girl
Kasie continues to provide her great insight in helping building resiliency when dealing with one thing that most people have gone through and that is when a relationship ends. For a lot of people that means a divorce. She discusses what are some signs you can look for as a relationship starts to fade, and what are some of the first steps you can take to recover. Her primary recommendation is to look at Solution Focused Recovery. Tune in to see Divorce Recovery Through a Therapist's Eyes.
Buy Jen's book and subscribe to their Bi+ newsletter: https://www.greedy-bisexual.com/Follow Jen on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenerous/Follow Jen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenerous We've all dealt with the stereotype that bisexual people are confused. But what's so bad about confusion?? The world is complicated!We're back with Jen Winston (she/they), aka @Jenerous, talking about greed, confusion, and all the other "negative" stereotypes about Bi+ people that we love to play into. We discussed Jen's new book GREEDY: NOTES FROM A BISEXUAL WHO WANTS TO MUCH (out Oct 5!), in which they go beyond bi-myth-busting, question the very nature of stereotypes and why we often consider them bi-phobic, and present their authentic, messy, personal bi narrative in a funny, relatable, and honest memoir.We also talked about the gender spectrum (a lot...), non-binary and transgender identities (and their intersection with bisexuality), Jen's non-binary identity and experience using both "she" and "they" pronouns, their slightly-later-in-life coming out process, their thoughts on male bisexuality and their relationships with bisexual men, that time they had a threesome (!!), the importance and lack of specifically-bi spaces (and how we might create them ourselves), bi men's unique ability to smash the patriarchy from within, how queer people blur the lines between types of relationships (and tend to stay friends with their exes), internalized bi-phobia and how it contributes to a cycle of invisibility, queer dating advice, bisexuality on TV, and much more! (Yeah, we covered a lot in this one.)Two Bi Guys is produced and edited by Rob CohenCreated by Rob Cohen and Alex BoydLogo art by Kaitlin WeinmanMusic by Ross MintzerWe are supported by The Gotham (formerly IFP)
The first reading (post published Sept 23, 2021) is a Guest Post by Scholar Marc Zvi Brettler about perceptions of God in the Old and New Testament. In the second reading (post published Sept 27, 2012) Dr. Ehrman responds to a blog member's question about Isaiah predicting the virgin birth. Join the blog at https://ehrmanb.log.org/ and read up to 6 new posts each week and every post in the archives. Your entire minimal cost of membership goes to charity. https://ehrmanblog.org/christian-stereotypes-of-the-god-of-the-old-testament-marcion-is-alive-and-well-and-well-and-what-to-do-about-it-guest-post-by-marc-zvi-brettler/ https://ehrmanblog.org/faith-history-and-isaiah-7-for-members/
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Out in the Bay proudly features a new queer podcast this week: Stereotypes – Straight Talk From Queer Voices. On the pilot episode, “Still Coming Out,” producer and host Christopher Beale brings us two beautifully told coming out stories.
Hannah Cole is an artist based in Asheville, NC and the owner of Sunlight Tax. She also runs Money Bootcamp, a yearlong membership program to get artists from financial chaos to financial control, so you can get back to your studio. In this week's mini podcast episode, Hannah joins us to talk about the mental garbage that artists pick up throughout their creative careers. As it turns out, everyone insisting you're going to live in poverty can have a real effect on you. But what happens when creative people, women and historically marginalized groups have money? Hint: they change the world for the better. Visit www.sunlighttax.com/moneybootcamp and use the code ILYWMONEYSQUAD to get exclusive access to the free community I Like Your Work Money Squad. The I Like Your Work Money Squad is only available to listeners when they join Money Bootcamp and is a free support group for artists that includes monthly emails and a private Slack channel that will help keep you motivated and accountable.
Today's guest, Jessamyn Stanley, is an author, a yoga teacher, and a body positivity advocate. Jessamyn authored a best-selling book called Every Body Yoga. And most recently, she published her second book called Yoke.Jessamyn grew up in North Carolina, in the Baháʼí Faith—don't worry, I didn't know what that was either. And she grew up with some major body image issues and hair issues, and she had sexuality stuff going on and there was a little imposter syndrome—it was all of it!And then, Jessamyn discovered yoga at 16 which she hated, so she didn't go back to it for years. Meanwhile, Jessamyn suffered from depression and anxiety in the background. She finished school but then she enrolled in an MFA program but she dropped out of it to go to culinary school. And then, one of her friends talked her into going back to a yoga class which she did but this time, she was into it. And then, the strangest thing happened—something inside of her told her to start photographing herself in yoga poses and to post them on Instagram. Now, why is this strange? Because Jessamyn was self-described as fat. She was obese.When she posted photos of herself in yoga poses, she quickly got comments about her weight, and people started trolling her for being fat. But she continued posting those photos as a form of self-acceptance. Then, people started reaching out to her to see if she would teach them. And of course, she didn't understand why not with all the talented yoga teachers in the world. But what Jessamyn eventually realized that nobody had her story, no one had overcome her challenges, they didn't have her background or her perspective. And so, as a self-described fat-phobic, slut-shamer yogi, Jessamyn became a yoga teacher. And soon after that, she published her first book called which was called Every Body Yoga, which became a best-seller. And most recently, she published her second book which is called Yoke.She also has been featured on several magazine covers including Cosmopolitan and Yoga Journal, and she has become a bonified role model for many people, myself included. We had an awesome conversation and I really can't wait for you to hear it. I think you're going to fall in love with Jessamyn as well and her perspective on life.
Greg interviews returning guest Stu Jay Raj - polyglot, expert language teacher and man about town. Greg begins by asking Stu about his recent series of videos analyzing the second language capabilities of various celebrities, including Jon Cena and Robert DeNiro. Stu responds by explaining his MindKraft program, which is kind of a general learning system that can be applied to languages of all types, from linguistics to music to computer coding. Stu expounds his belief that the human brain is naturally hardwired for language of all kinds, and as long as you have the right attitude and approach, you can learn practically any language at any age. Stu then introduced the concept of ‘neu,' which roughly translates as an accent that is slightly ‘off' or as Stu puts it, ‘smells' bad. He then discusses all the variations of ‘off' accents, from Thais who live outside of Bangkok, to those who grew up overseas. What follows is a fascinating discussion of how Thais process accents and the difference between native English speakers (who are used to hearing accented English) and native Thai speakers (who generally are not). Dig in for some super cool linguistic gems (that is if you can get over your jealousy of Stu's knowledge and skills, which ain't easy). :) Don't forget that Patrons get the ad-free version of the show as well as swag and other perks. And we'll keep our Facebook, Twitter, and LINE accounts active so you can send us comments, questions, or whatever you want to share.
We live your lives full of positive thoughts and lifestyles, but what if we told you that might be toxic for you and your relationships. Kasie look at the mental wellbeing of those people that try to live a Good Vibes only type of life. She goes over what this toxic positivity looks like, and why it could be hurting you more than it is helping. She then wraps up the show talking about solutions to avoid getting to that point. Tune in to the see Toxic Positivity Through a Therapist's Eyes.
We are surrounded by stereotypes and while many of them are true, often times they are completely false. The stereotype had to start from somewhere though, so likely there is a little bit of true to it. So on this episode of the Ones Ready podcast, we chat about some of those stereotypes that the listeners have to debunk or confirm what you've heard. Some of them were pretty damn funny too! Please enjoy the episode and give us your feedback. If you liked it and feel so inclined, please leave us a review. If we didn't answer your questions, please let us know, and thank you for your support!Want to watch this episode on Youtube? https://youtu.be/6wDoy8nE8TQNeed the show notes? onesready.com/episode/82Have a question? Email us at email@example.comFollow us on Instagram @onesreadyFollow us on YoutubeFollow us on Facebook
My guest this week is clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Saporito. Karen has a particular interest and specialty in diagnosing and treating kids and adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, and autism spectrum disorder. We focused in this conversation on ADHD. I know from my own clinical work that this is a really important topic that doesn't get enough attention. There are so many people who are struggling to finish assignments in school, or organize their home lives, or meet the deadlines and demands of work, or get places on time, and they don't realize that they might have undiagnosed ADHD. And sadly the person who's struggling can assume that it's their fault, and that they're just lazy or incapable, when in fact it's just the way their brain works. Karen does an excellent job explaining why the diagnosis is often missed, especially among girls and women, and the signs and symptoms to look for.
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Ultimately, being authentic is directly related to sales. That's the core of this episode's lesson, but you don't want to miss the tips throughout the episode on how to effectively connect the two. Your very own Sales Maven, Nikki Rausch, is here to offer tips, techniques, and strategies to master your sales conversations. Discover methods to place yourself in the position to thrive in business and produce true value for your audience. Today, learn how to push through stereotypes and achieve success in this conversation for the Mastering Excellence Series on this episode of the Sales Maven Show. Cindy Lin from Staged4more provides value as a home staging educator, a podcaster, and a photographer who works internationally. Cindy hosts The Home Staging Show podcast, longest running podcast dedicated to home staging. She also holds experience as a real estate agent, and an award-winning six figure home stager in the San Francisco Bay Area. Now a highly sought after home staging educator, Cindy's combined experience in the business and creative sectors helps her bring a unique blend to her teaching. Recognized among the community, Cindy was voted one of the top 75 most influential people in home staging by Real Estate Staging Association several years in a row. Staged4more continuously placed as #3 of the top 100 home staging blogs and websites for home stagers since 2018. Embracing her own success, Cindy advocates for entrepreneurs to take ideas into action. Every stereotype that could have been a hindrance to Cindy could not overcome her mindset, and her approach to realizing her goals. During the episode, Cindy speaks on the influence of culture, family dynamics, immigration, and representation. She uses her early days as a base for explaining the habits and perspectives she developed while accomplishing new levels of success. There are many different ways to achieve a result. Cindy suggests that entrepreneurs find what resonates to their journey, and place mindful work-arounds for habits that may distract or delay action. Nikki wants to invite you to join the Sales Maven Society, don't miss this opportunity for you and Nikki to work together. Bring your questions, concerns, sales challenges, and she provides answers and guidance to boost your confidence. Join the Sales Maven Society here, click add to cart, and then checkout and use coupon code: 47trial to get your first month for $47.00! In This Episode: [00:42] - Welcome, and thank you for listening! [02:53] - Cindy starts off talking about her own awareness around stereotypes and culture. [05:11] - What was the impact of gender roles impact Cindy while growing up? [06:49] - Cindy shares how her mom was an example of going against the grain. [09:48] - As a child, Cindy says both of her parents gave her a glimpse into entrepreneurship. [11:41] - Look for examples of the people that came before you. [14:37] - Cindy compares the media's previous absence of representation with today's media. She touches on how representation can influence others. [17:36] - If someone can figure out how to accomplish a goal, then that means the path is doable. [19:41] - Cindy shares what analog approach is still a hack to productivity and getting unstuck from postponing action. [22:33] - Nikki poses a question for how to connect a timeframe to taking action and goals. [24:31] - Cindy uncovers the aspects that help people separate goals into digestible chunks. [27:13] - Nikki reiterates to chunk work down into bite-sized pieces, and shift the conversation to the skill of being aware of goal progress. [30:05] - Nikki mentions the types of modalities, and suggests that everyone reflect on which aspects resonate with them. [31:59] - What does Cindy actually do to reach her goal? Cindy talks about brain dumping, reorganizing thoughts, and getting a bird's eye view of her goals. [33:53] - Cindy tells the story of accomplishing a seemingly random goal. [35:53] - Be flexible with goals. What does it mean to adapt while realizing goals? [37:41] - Nikki reiterates the main points of handling perfectionism and habits that set people back. [39:23] - Don't think too much. Prioritize and take action. [42:23] - How can people future-proof a business? Cindy shares her thoughts on what is possible. [44:23] - Cindy describes her family support system, and what kind of support she felt in accomplishing goals. [46:53] - Cindy shares her experiences around communicating and interacting with colleagues in the industry while not following the “norm”. [48:25] - Nikki suggests for entrepreneurs to seek mentors if family is not able to be the role of a support system. [50:38] - How do you know when to stop when pursuing a goal that isn't working yet? Cindy talks about reframing a “stop” to a “pivot”. [52:26] - Cindy talks about having a hybrid approach to life, since not everything in life is clear cut. [54:25] - In this modern time, society is shifting to life-ventricle values other than work. [56:48] - How can businesses get inspiration from others, but keep the business authentic to an individual brand? [59:39] - When listening to this series, takeaways may resonate with individuals differently. [01:00:38] - Cindy says that being authentic is directly related to sales. [01:02:07] - Hiring is connected to a hard lesson Cindy learned during her entrepreneurship journey. [01:04:42] - Cindy talks about experiences of small business being different from corporate levels, and how to create a sense of community for small businesses. [01:06:15] - Thank you for listening. Nikki is so grateful you are here! Find Nikki: Nikki Rausch firstname.lastname@example.org @yoursalesmaven Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram Sales Maven Society To download free Resources from Nikki: www.yoursalesmaven.com/maven Find Cindy : Cindy Lin The Home Staging Show podcast Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | LinkedIn |
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