It was such a pleasure to interview Steve Vincent as I continue to be inspired by his writing. His collections of poems in his book "Finding You" resonates with me on a very personal level. Thank you, Steve, for the raw and honest words you have created in Finding You and for sharing them with us. Meet SteveAs a professional writer, teacher, spiritual coach, poet and author, Steve brings 33 years of experience to the table to help others overcome their challenges and live their dharma.He is a public speaker, workshop facilitator and creator of Pendragon Men's Circle and Copywriters' Escape Room support programs. A lover of sunsets, his search for the truth of human existence has stretched from the sands of the Sunshine Coast to the hot springs of New Zealand to the Peruvian Amazon for ayahuasca ceremonies. It has included many an energetic healing online and in-person and long hours alone pondering the meaning of life.Originally a high school teacher, faculty head and vice-principal, then freelance journalist, copywriter, writing coach and marketing consultant, my journey inwards via his new book "Finding You" has unlocked the pain of the human experience.Steve is a father of 4 now-adult children and lives on the sub-tropical Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. When not writing and mentoring, others can be found at one of the beautiful local beaches communing with Mother Earth or gazing out to sea.Learn more about Steve Vincenthttp://www.stevevincentonline.com/http://www.findingyoubook.com.au/ Learn more about your host, Nelia Hutt at https://neliahutt.comhttps://www.travellivegive.com. Helping you discover Inner Peace through Giving!Email your comments, show ideas or connect at firstname.lastname@example.orgSubscribe to the Podcast YouTube Channel to watch the videos of the episodes https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClc6cfjxUxZ16QBtL87M14wBuy Her book Giving My Heart Room to Breathe - A journey through Grief, Healing and Giving https://www.amazon.com/GIVING-MY-HEART-ROOM-BREATHE/dp/1777670608/ref=sr_1_1?crid=C8STS22F31RT&dchild=1&keywords=giving+my+heart+room+to+breathe&qid=1625183016&sprefix=giving+my+heart%2Caps%2C387&sr=8-1The Ultimate I Deserve a Break Colouring Book: https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Deserve-Break-Colouring-Book/dp/B09JV9CDDY/ref=sr_1_2?crid=1XD17G0F874NF&dchild=1&keywords=nelia+hutt&qid=1635796851&sprefix=nelia+hutt%2Caps%2C84&sr=8-2Merchandise now available https://www.redbubble.com/people/NeliaHutt/shop?asc=u
Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrity, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. When Sonny Mayo was growing up, he had tendencies of manic depression often. He started using drugs and felt like this released him from the anxieties and problems he had in his life. This led him on the path of addiction, and he heavily relied on it; mentally and physically. Sonny got into treatment at the age of 16 after abusing Dexedrine with a friend of his. He wouldn't eat, wouldn't drink, and pushed everyone that cared about him away. One of his lowest lows around this time was smoking meth in an airplane bathroom during an international flight. One night he came home to his mother high on acid, claiming he had a message for her and that she should treat him like the messiah. The next day, he was in rehab. He hated it at first & didn't feel like he belonged there. But after a while, it started to connect with him and he finally committed to getting better. In 2009, Sonny went to recording school in Los Angeles and got his certification for Pro Tools, and has been recording many artists and friends in the Los Angeles area. Since 2014, Sonny has been on the board of directors for Rock To Recovery, which helps to bring music to people in various stages of drug & alcohol recovery, people suffering from PTSD, and other mental health issues. They write songs with the patients, work a lot with veteran organizations, and have written over 21,000 songs so far. We also talk about his music career with Snot, Sevendust, Hed P.E., and more. Check them out at www.rocktorecovery.com This is Sonny Mayo in his own words on Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.instagram.com/sonny_mayo/ For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/
Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrity, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. When Sonny Mayo was growing up, he had tendencies of manic depression often. He started using drugs and felt like this released him from the anxieties and problems he had in his life. This led him on the path of addiction, and he heavily relied on it; mentally and physically. Sonny got into treatment at the age of 16 after abusing Dexedrine with a friend of his. He wouldn't eat, wouldn't drink, and pushed everyone that cared about him away. One of his lowest lows around this time was smoking meth in an airplane bathroom during an international flight. One night he came home to his mother high on acid, claiming he had a message for her and that she should treat him like the messiah. The next day, he was in rehab. He hated it at first & didn't feel like he belonged there. But after a while, it started to connect with him and he finally committed to getting better. In 2009, Sonny went to recording school in Los Angeles and got his certification for Pro Tools, and has been recording many artists and friends in the Los Angeles area. Since 2014, Sonny has been on the board of directors for Rock To Recovery, which helps to bring music to people in various stages of drug & alcohol recovery, people suffering from PTSD, and other mental health issues. They write songs with the patients, and work a lot with veteran organizations, and have written over 21,000 songs so far. Check them out at www.rocktorecovery.com This is Sonny Mayo in his own words on Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.instagram.com/sonny_mayo/ For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/
Der Haushaltspodcast geht in die zweite Runde und Sam berichtet vom großen Krabbeln in ihrer Wohnung. Wie oft darf man bei der Hausverwaltung anrufen bevor man intensive Mieterin ist? Zudem wird per Zettel gefragt in welcher RealityTV-Show die beiden mitmachen wollen und die daraus resultierende Frage ist: Wollen wir sie bei Big Brother, auf Pro7 oder bei der Couple Challenge sehen? Und um das ganze rund zu machen updatet Jacko uns zu ihren Hochzeitsplänen und die sind, sagen wir mal, sowas von federweich (Antonym von felsenfest). *werbung* Cheex ist die zeksuelle Sponsorin der diesigen Folge. Cheex ist ein Erotikportal für alle Geschlechter und steht für selbstbestimmte Sexualität frei von Scham und Stigma! Testet Cheex 14 Tage kostenlos unter https://bit.ly/3HNN3me mit dem Code jackundsam Mehr von uns auf http://instagram.com/jackowusch http://instagram.com/samykee Mails an: email@example.com
A Look at New Weight Loss Meds and Weight Related Stigma: The Takeaway spoke with Emma Court, health reporter at Bloomberg News about this new class of weight loss drugs. And maybe you've noticed there is more than a little fat-shaming going on around Covid-19, obesity, and mortality. We also spoke about this with Paula Atkinson, a body liberation psychotherapist and professor at George Washington University, where she teach a course about body justice called Weight and Society. Masking 101: The Takeaway spoke to Dr. Lisa Maragakis, Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Senior Director of Healthcare Epidemiology and Infection Prevention with the Johns Hopkins Health System, about the latest on masking, which masks are most effective, and more. Why Some Star Athletes Refuse The Vaccine And Get Away With It: We speak with sportswriter Kavitha Davidson about why this mentality from these players matters in the sports world and beyond. Navarro is Back on the Mat for Season 2 of Cheer: We speak with the director and executive producer of Cheer, Greg Whiteley, about what to expect this season and why the docuseries has us all cheering for the cheerlebrities of Navarro. For transcripts, see individual segment pages.
In this episode of The Wellness Revolution, Amber interviews Kelsey Moreira. Kelsey is an entrepreneur and the leader of Doughp (@doughp). Having started her business from a place of rebirth and restart, Kelsey dealt with alcoholism for a long period of her life and, in this episode, she shares a little bit about her story and how she was able to make this transition. Kelsey also highlights the importance of choosing activities and things that we really want to fill our life with. In her case, she made the choice of leaving her alcohol abuse in the past and filling her life with true passions like baking. From that place Doughp was born and is now a huge success. Kelsey and Amber also discuss the stigma around mental health and alcoholism, especially for women. Tune in! Wellness Quote “I've just found that that it's the most impactful thing: to really hear from another human who GETS IT, not someone who doesn't struggle.” – Kelsey Moreira Key Highlights Kelsey tells us a little bit about her story struggling with alcohol abuse from a young age and how it affected her life; Kelsey talks about how important her business was for her recovery and for her journey of leaving alcohol behind; Kelsey highlights her connection with yoga and the importance of the practice on her recovery as well; Stigma around alcoholism, specially for women, and how it impacts an alcoholic person who's already dealing with personal issues; Kelsey talks about her experience on Shark Tank. Episode Resources To stay connected, go to ambershaw.com, scroll to the bottom, and join my email list! Registrations for Master Your Nutrition, Master Your Body open Monday, January 17! Books Mentioned The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself by Michael A. Singer The Surrender Experiment: My Journey into Life's Perfection by Michael A. Singer This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol, Find Freedom, Discover Happiness & Change Your Life by Annie Grace Quit Like a Woman: The Radical Choice to Not Drink in a Culture Obsessed with Alcohol by Holly Whitaker About Kelsey Moreira Kelsey Moreira is the founder and leader of Doughp. Having started the company four years ago after a decade working at the tech industry, Kelsey has appeared on Shark Tank, Forbes, among others. She uses her online platforms to reduce social stigma around addiction, recovery, and mental health. Connect with Kelsey Instagram: @kels.moreira | @doughp Website: www.doughp.com LinkedIn: Kelsey Moreira About Amber Shaw Amber is a Body Transformation Expert, Founder of The Wellness Revolution, motivational speaker, and NBC Health and Wellness Coach. Having built a lifestyle that allowed her to embrace work, children, exercise, and well-balanced eating habits, Amber now works with helping and coaching women to achieve the same level of serenity and empowerment through a sustainable way of living. Connect with Amber Instagram: @msambershaw TikTok: @msambershaw Website: ambershaw.com Facebook: Amber Shaw FREE Guide on Intermittent Fasting: ambershaw.com/fasting
Nonprofit leaders and staff alike face unique challenges that often place a strain on their mental health. With everything that we have our plates, how can we prioritize wellness? How can we create safe places at work to have these conversations, even when we may be struggling ourselves? My guest this week is Ian Adair - TEDx and keynote speaker, 3 time nonprofit CEO, recognized leadership and nonprofit management expert, and author. Ian brings an honest and open first-hand perspective to the topic of mental health, having faced his own anxiety and depression, and having watched family members face addiction and suicide attempts. He wrote the book Stronger Than Stigma, A Call To Action - Stories of Grief, Loss, and Inspiration to share stories of ordinary people in extraordinary situations and help break down stigmas around mental health issues. Here are some of the topics we discussed:How leadership has changed in the last two years due to demographic shifts and employee expectations (and what nonprofits need to consider)Ways to support emerging and established leaders in this "new normal"The inspiration for his book and the personal story behind his own struggleHow we can start to advocate for more mental health resources in the sector and in our own workplaces An Ian Adair quotable: "If leaders want to be supportive, start by normalizing conversations about mental health... The goal for leaders should always be to promote the acceptance and inclusion of those dealing with a mental health related issue and they can do this by just improving support systems. They can do this by spreading awareness when possible. They can do this by creating an environment of safety for discussions to take place." Connect with Ian: https://www.strategy27.com/https://twitter.com/ianmadairhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ianadair2010/ His book - Stronger Than Stigma: A Call to Action: Stories of Grief, Loss, and InspirationIan's TEDx TalkDo me a favor? Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts (or your podcast player of choice) - it helps this podcast get seen by more people that would enjoy it!About Julia Campbell, the host of the Nonprofit Nation podcast:Named as a top thought leader by Forbes and BizTech Magazine, Julia Campbell (she/hers) is an author, coach, and speaker on a mission to make the digital world a better place. She wrote her book, Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits, as a roadmap for social change agents who want to build movements using engaging digital storytelling techniques. Her second book, How to Build and Mobilize a Social Media Community for Your Nonprofit, was published in 2020 as a call-to-arms for mission-driven organizations to use the power of social media to build movements. Julia's online courses, webinars, and talks have helped hundreds of nonprofits make the shift to digital thinking and raise more money online. Clients include Mastercard, Facebook, GoFundMe Charity, Meals on Wheels America, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Boys & Girls Club
Instagram's own KLongFit joins us to share her experience diagnosed at 19 with HSV1 genitally. Having grown up in a religious, Christian household, Katelyn speaks to how hearing “don't have sex” from her mom contributed to her own shame around sex and how it impacted her behavior. She went many sexual encounters not disclosing to partners unconsciously looking for the hero she found two years into her diagnosis who has now been her partners for 5 years and has not shown any symptoms of HSV. This wasn't a smooth transition as he was also someone she hadn't disclosed to initially. She was outed at the dinner table by her sister's bitter ex boyfriend who happened to overhear when Katelyn disclosed to her sister. This led to a necessary, and long delayed disclosure to the man she'd been with for 2 years at this point. We speak to her evolution on how herpes was what changed the course of her life along with Shoshanna Raven's Living Brave community. Self-reflecting, journaling, and being forced into having to confront not only not having disclosed to her partner, but also the underlying emotions associated with it all. You should listen to this podcast period. This isn't FOR any particular group of people. I think this helps us empathize with those who struggle with disclosure and have compassion for them as they don't have the know how or resources to navigate the sigma until someone is able to pull them in for support or point them in the right direction of community. Allyship is so key. Stigma prevents us from establishing this within our social circles and community settings. We can minimize or even prevent instances like Katelyn's experience if we lean into that minor discomfort of sharing our HSV status with people and share some of what we've learned having to navigate the inconsistency of available resources. I'll do my part being louder about this being a healing resource for people struggling with herpes stigma and welcome in allies. We reference her article on Elephant Journal. Here's the link to that if you want to read her story: www.elephantjournal.com/?p=2548654
Dr. Sandra Leon-Villa specializes in the treatment of trauma, BIPOC mental health, and first generation BIPOC career professionals. She has been in the mental health field for over 13 years working directly with trauma survivors and is a survivor herself. As a first-generation Chicana herself, Dr. Leon-Villa additionally works with immigrant communities, helping to break the stigma surrounding mental health care. Her approach to treatment is through a trauma informed perspective. You can find Dr. Sandra Leon-Villa on TikTok and Instagram, both @DrSandraLeonVilla, on her Facebook page, Innovation Behavioral Health Solutions, LLC, and on her website, Innovation BHS. You can also listen to her podcast, Borrando El Estigma (Erase the Stigma) on Apple podcasts and check out the Borrando El Estigma retail store. This episode is sponsored by CoachSnap, an all-in-one online platform to help build your coaching business. Want to be more Fearless? Website: Fearlessfemale.com Facebook: Facebook.com/groups/fearlessfemalemovement Twitter: @FearlessFemale9 Instagram: @fearlessfemalepodcast and @paolarosser Tiktok: @paola.rosser Youtube: Fearless Female Channel
Jason and Mikey sit down with Brianne Davis & Mark Gantt. Brianne and Mark have had quite the experience in Hollywood. From the highs of writing and starring in your own TV series to the lows of sex addiction & heavy drug use, they have seen it all. Mark started using drugs and drinking heavily in his teenage years, trying to escape the stresses of home. He stopped using drugs at 19, and reluctantly went into rehab and was able to stick it out. Brianne's addiction didn't come until her teenage years, where she learned how to manipulate everyone in her life, as she put it "snort & drink" people instead of drugs. She would get a thrill from lying and deceiving family members as well as her personal relationships. She wanted to use her body and appearance to her advantage, so this is what led her to Hollywood. Brianne's first lead role came in 2005 with the blockbuster hit "Jarhead" starring opposite Jake Gyllenhaal. She went on to star in many TV series and movies on Netflix, HBO, and Hulu. Mark was one of the early pioneers of the digital film era, where he got his start as various grips and techs behind the scenes. He eventually started writing, producing & starring in many of his own works on Lifetime, Crackle & more. At this same time, Brianne's sex addiction formed and was consuming her life in destructive ways. She doubted her self-worth and was reliant on others for her positive feelings. Brianne met Mark at a time where one of them was in recovery, and the other had yet to confront their disease. The symbiotic relationship soon formed between them to heal together in a healthy way, while trying to remove the stigma associated with sex and love addiction. It was tough to rewire her emotional process, but eventually, she overcame it. Mark has been sober for over 30 years now. Brianne has been free of her addiction for over 10 years now, and now they both hope to inspire others to come forward. Brianne has shifted her focus from acting to writing & podcasting. She recently wrote the book "Secret Life of a Hollywood Sex & Love Addict" in 2020, and quickly made the Amazon Best Seller's List. Lately, Mark has been focused on writing as well, including two upcoming Audible Original True Crime books, and currently writing & pitching two separate tv-series with Brianne. Brianne & Mark also launched the "Secret Life" Podcast in September of 2020, and haven't looked back. They are discussing all kinds of taboo & personal topics that people struggle with in their every day love lives. They are trying to break down the stigma with sex and love addiction, in hopes that more people will come forward and seek treatment as well as create open dialogues for people with trauma and addiction backgrounds. This is Mark & Brianne in their own words, on Knockin Doorz Down. For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown To join the commercial-free Youtube Channel of all interviews: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUSJ5ooBFqso8lfFiiIM-5g/join For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ For more on Mark and Brianne Secret Life Podcast: https://secretlifepodcast.com For Mark Gantt Website: https://markgantt.com https://instagram.com/markgantt https://twitter.com/markgantt https://www.facebook.com/officialmarkgantt For Brianne Davis https://instagram.com/thebriannedavis https://instagram.com/secretlifenovel https://instagram.com/secretlifepodcast For the Secret Life Noval https://amzn.to/2MjsjvL Website: https://secretlifenovel.com For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrity, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved.
Adrial Dale has had herpes 10-15 years ( After a while you just kinda throw out a window) and he is the founder of H Opportunity. We actually connected back in 2019 at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Adrial made the slides for the “Making Disclosure Sexy” talk I did with Ashley Manta, the Cannasexual and Laura Aisha from the Ignite Intimacy podcast. We connected recently over this herpes stat sheet he created in 2014 that's been circulating in the herpes support groups I'm part of. The information is clearly outdated and I challenged people to challenge that information when they come across it. Since then, Adrial has updated that information and it can be found on his site, H Opportunity. Swimming in stigma, Adrial sought out information that demonstrated the likelihood of him having a healthy sex-life post-diagnosis. He was cheated on by his partner and admits to being someone to make fun of people with herpes until he was diagnosed himself. His experience made him ask the question, “What stories are you telling yourself as a person with herpes?”. Alone, Googling herpes gives us a lot of assumptions and so many inconsistencies. During this episode, we look at a herpes diagnosis is the shovel that unearths what was already there for us! Self worth is associated with the feelings around our diagnosis. Courage is a choice. Those of us open about our status aren't brave, we're privileged. It's those of us who choose to look at and deal with it are the brave ones. Hitting rock bottom can be motivation enough to begin to take a look at what it means to be courageous. Adrial's journey really kicked off when he joined a support group THEN lead one. Seeing others like you makes navigating this a lot easier. I see people jump into offering support before having gotten it themselves and there's a number of different ways that can go. It's important to understand what people are going through before you try and say you have a solution for them. I often speak to this personally. I liked myself more around people who knew nothing about me except that I have herpes than I did around people who knew everything about me BUT that I had herpes. Take inventory on the version of yourself you like more. Do you like yourself more around those who KNOW you have herpes and nothing else about you or those who DON'T. Ask yourself this, “If herpes wasn't what happened to you, then what would the trigger for change have been?”. Connection through pain/grief like “oh shit you too!?” offers a felt sense of deeper connection. Grieving our sexual selves after an STI diagnosis and the identity of our sexuality in the present and future or dwelling on what it used to be. We are all grieving when we've experienced intense emotion after a trauma. This healing can serve as rocket fuel for self-growth through acceptance. Embrace your WHOLE self, herpes and whatever else knowing it makes you stronger and more connected to yourself and those around you! The ideal time to disclose is where sex convo overlaps into what it looks like with one another. It applies to hookups and slower developing connections. Sometimes disclosing our herpes status can be a shortcut to vulnerability and surefire connection. Get clear on what info you want and look for that, but don't get stuck on it. Look at the stats broken down and the impact it plays on your mental health until you find the aha moment. We need more information on barrier sex vs skin to skin contact sex rather than male to female sex as if we only do it for reproduction. Vulva to vulva sex is happening, and “use a condom” just doesn't apply to this kind of sexual interaction. I really want to emphasize how importance it is to challenge the available information about HSV. While we ARE the resource, we're not perfect. We only have what's available to us and what others share with us, but challenge it to your lived experience and in spaces you feel safe to. Have some general foundational knowledge from the research as you look through/at stats for yourself. As we put our experiences out there, we learn the commonality. Connect with Adrial at https://www.herpesopportunity.com/
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Happy 2022! We're excited to roll into the New Year bringing you more cannabis news and stories from near and far. We continue our efforts to educate and "Stomp the Stigma", of course having fun along the way. This week Mr & Mrs Weedman bring you a 2022 overview of optimism in cannabis reform, the development of cannabis based cancer treatments, Colorado pardons cannabis convictions, and so much more. Thanks for listening and as always, hit us up!Twitter: @weedman420podIG: @weedman420chroniclesemail: email@example.com#ImHigh #Cannabis #StomptheStigma #LikeMyWeed #FreethePlant #CannabisEducation #HappyNewYear #CannabisResearch #Weed #CannabisNews #Podcast@weedman420chronicles Article Links:* https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabusiness/heres-what-the-cannabis-industry-is-most-optimistic-about-heading-into-2022/* https://www.greenstate.com/explained/6-reasons-people-are-trading-alcohol-for-cannabis/* https://www.marijuanamoment.net/marijuana-decriminalization-reduces-arrests-and-racial-disparities-in-law-enforcement-study-finds/* https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cannabis/21/12/24509098/reefer-scare-tactics-is-this-a-cannabis-apocalypseCOPYRIGHT 2021 WeedMan420Chronicles©
New co-hosts, Kimmy & Liz, join Chastain on the Pod Pod Cvlt Cast! This week we meet Kimmy and how, as Gen Xer, her life is exploding, and why she thinks no one wants to hear about it. Liz nerds out about astrological things and tells us not to answer those texts from exes. We all get a little emotional about how much we value our friendship. Early-childhood consent, Herpes, ADHD, and Bipolar Disorder... what more could you ask?Bonus Content: Dog sounds, traffic sounds, and the sweet, sweet sound of us clumsily navigating a new recording space... the porch. Welcome to 2022!Click here for resources & references, episode transcript, and more!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/PodPodCvltCast)
Let's talk Disney, and light happy topics like family and generational trauma! Why do so many of us find the mental health struggles of one or more of these characters so relatable?We're talking about Encanto with licensed therapist and Disney super-fan, Saron Bryan. Saron is a therapist in Athens, Georgia who primarily serves queer, polyamorous, and kinky clients. She also enjoys taking way too long to finish reading the Wheel of Time series and questing to find the most ridiculous and gaudy earrings imaginable.This is the article we reference, that explores why the Columbian context of this movie is so important to understanding it. https://www.polygon.com/22851932/encanto-disney-latine-colombia-in-moviesTo hear more of Saron, check out her podcast- https://player.fm/series/tldr-podcast-2367090
When it comes to physician burnout, it's important to reduce the stigma associated with help-seeking, in order to improve well-being. Family physician Dr. Mark Greenawald shares his experience and insight on how health systems and physicians can make a difference.
Kevin Lam's parents never told him he was diagnosed with ADHD as a child. And they might never have told him, if it weren't for something Kevin, now 23, noticed at a recent family gathering. Kevin is just starting to learn about ADHD and his symptoms: Hyperactivity, fidgeting, and trouble focusing. And he has some “aha” moments throughout the interview: Why was he always the class clown? Does his ADHD really create challenges for him? He also talks about ADHD stigma in his Mexican family, and how it contributed to his diagnosis being hidden from him. To find a transcript for this episode and more resources, visit the episode page at Understood. We love hearing from our listeners. Email us at ADHDAha@understood.org. Understood is a nonprofit and social impact organization dedicated to shaping a world where the 1 in 5 people who learn and think differently can thrive. Learn more about “ADHD Aha!” and all our podcasts at u.org/podcasts. Copyright © 2022 Understood for All, Inc. All rights reserved. Understood is not affiliated with any pharmaceutical company.
Becky has been practicing Master's level therapy since 2005 in a broad range of settings which has created her dynamic background. Her work with children, adolescents, adults, couples, families and School Districts keeps her inspired and creative. In addition to her clinical work, Becky has done trainings and talks for programs and agencies in varies parts of the United States. Becky began her private practice in 2014 and has been focused on providing her local communities with resources and clinical support, aiming to help all people know that they matter in this life and that they are witnessed and cared about. She believes that to understand someone's current thoughts, feelings and behaviors that it is beneficial to understand what experiences “made us who we are.” By taking time to explore the past and connect it to the present, Becky believes more lasting change, healing and relief can be experienced by her clients. Becky currently practices in East Bridgewater, MA. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steven-opalenik/support
Today on Colorado Edition, we hear how extreme climate conditions and drought set the stage for last week's devastating winter wildfires. And, we listen back to a story on a campaign to stop stigma against opioid addiction treatment.
Growing up in Maryland, Tim Lodgen started skateboarding with the local up & coming pros like Brandon Novak & Bucky Lasek. He started drinking often in high school, and eventually, it went down the road of alcoholism & drug use. When Tim joined the marines, it really made the drinking worse. Tim thought he had it under control, he would drink while holding down a job, and this justified it in his mind. He was trained in MMA, karate & other martial arts. He never made it pro, but he was a local accomplished athlete that still had the respect of his peers at this time. His drinking started to take over his life though, and Tim noticed a difference. His friend Brandon Novak went over to his house one night and tried to convince him to get help and get into rehab, but Tim wasn't ready. A couple of nights later, he went to the local liquor store after drinking, crashed into something, and made it home. His wife was upset and concerned, but let it slide. The next morning, he woke up & realized the whole side of his truck was smashed, and he had no memory of what happened. The next day he went out drinking again and smashed into another car, this time damaging the front of his truck. This was the last straw for his wife, who kicked him out of their house at this point. He was homeless, sleeping in his car drinking whiskey when Brandon Novak called him. They had arranged for him to get on a plane & into the Banyan Treatment Center, and this started his road to recovery. The next morning, he woke up & realized the whole side of his truck was smashed, and he had no memory of what happened. The next day he went out drinking again and smashed into another car, this time damaging the front of his truck. This was the last straw for his wife, who kicked him out of their house at this point. He was homeless, sleeping in his car drinking whiskey when Brandon Novak called him. They had arranged for him to get on a plane & into the Banyan Treatment Center, and this started his road to recovery. Now, Tim is in the best place he's ever been in life. He's taking his medication and is able to process & deal with his emotions in a much better way. He's been staying sober with the help of his daughters and his wife, who want to help him as possible to stay on the path he's been on. After 9 months of sobriety, his oldest daughter is finally talking to him again. He takes everything one day at a time and hopes to share his story here in hopes of changing a life out there that may have been going down the same road as he was. This is Tim Lodgen in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Tim go to https://www.instagram.com/Tlodgen/ For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown For 51FIFTY LTM use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrity, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. #TimLodgen #BrandonNovak #SoberPosse
What is mental illness stigma? Where does it come from? How can we change society's perception? What are ways that we all can be more proactive instead of reactive with mental illness? John Tsilimparis, MFT and special guest Karen Pickett, MFT take a closer look. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-tsilimparis/support
Bill Stauffer is the Executive Director of Pennsylvania Recovery Organization Alliance (PRO-A), the statewide recovery organization of Pennsylvania. He has been in recovery since he was 21. Bill has worked in numerous recovery organizations and spent his life aimed at moving the SUD care system towards a 5-year care paradigm. Listen to Bill and Rich as they discuss everything from the early Recovery Advocacy movement to how to scale a Recovery Non-Profit Organization. BIO: Experienced Executive Director with a demonstrated history of working in the non-profit drug and alcohol service system. Skilled in Treatment and Recovery service system operations, Crisis Intervention, Prevention, Dual Diagnosis, and Workforce Development. Strong business development professional with a Master of Social Work (MSW) focused in Masters of social work from Kutztown University.https://www.billstauffer.net
Overcoming Stigma in the Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorder Stigma is often based on myth, superstition, or prejudice against another group. These beliefs, not based on fact or evidence, often lead to a negative impact on mental health – and is especially seen in patients with substance use disorder. During COVID, the opioid epidemic has continued to rage through America, making it imperative that pharmacists and other health care providers go the extra mile to be conscious of how stigma hinders the treatment of those suffering from substance abuse disorder. Guest: Dr. Thomas Franko, associate professor of pharmacy practice at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA, and coordinator of the Pain, Palliative Care and Addiction APhA Special Interest Group. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Ask Dr Jessica, Dr Jessica Hochman talks with Child Psychiatrist, Dr Carl Fleisher about childhood anxiety. They also discuss questions such as—when should a parent seek help from a child psychiatrist? If a child sees a child psychiatrist does this mean they will advised to take medication? What kind of strategies do child psychiatrists use to help children with anxiety?Dr Fleisher's recommended resources:www.childmind.org www.aacap.orgwww.findcbt.org (to find a therapist)Dr. Fleisher is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). His academic focus is on borderline personality disorder (BPD), mentalizing and attachment. Dr Fleisher works in private practice in Beverly Hills. He is also the Medical Director of the Boston Child Study Center Los Angeles. Lastly, Dr. Fleisher serves as Head of Clinical for Reflect, a service that helps match people with the right therapist.Dr. Fleisher attended Harvard Medical School, then completed his residency and fellowship training at UCLA. Dr Fleisher has contributed to two books about BPD and is an author of the upcoming first release of the handbook for Good Psychiatric Management of BPD in adolescents.You can find Dr Fleisher's Reflect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/reflect-incDr Jessica Hochman is a board certified pediatrician, mom to three children, and she is very passionate about the health and well being of children. Do you have a question you want Dr. Jessica to answer? Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more Ask Dr Jessica content:Website: https://www.askdrjessicamd.com/Subscribe to her mailing list on her website!Follow her on Instagram: @AskDrJessicaSubscribe to her YouTube channel! Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to this podcast: Ask Dr JessicaPlease note this channel does not take the place of advice from your own medical doctor. If you have any medical concerns, please seek medical attention.
Holly grew up playing golf at a very early age. Holly's dad was an Optometrist and Holly's mother was a pro golfer. She was tough on Holly, and she feels that she never got to actually enjoy the sports she played. She dedicated herself early on and became an All-State athlete in high school. From there, she competed in NCAA tournaments and graduated from Michigan State. On a whim, she signed up for weekend classes in communications while training for golf. This is where it all turned around for Holly & who she thought she wanted to be in life. At 22 years old, 5 days after competing at the highest level NCAA golf tournament in the country, Holly was scheduled to have breast implants. She feels that because she was a child & teenage athlete, she was robbed of her youth & womanly development. She was always expected to perform on a professional level, with little time for her own personal needs. She was always considered "one of the guys" or a tomboy when playing sports as a college athlete. After she proved to herself that she could do what she set out to do, she wanted to explore herself as a woman, and herself as a model & journalism figure. Her focus turned to television. She had to get a start somewhere, so she started out doing local hard-hitting news in Rhode Island. Eventually, she got a job with the Golf Channel, of course doing commentary on Golf, a sport she loves, grew up with, and has a vast amount of knowledge and experience with. She had to deal with a male-dominated workforce & gender pay gaps, as well as prove herself to the producers to host her own show. It was tough, but she was able to earn the respect of her peers and finally have the creative freedom to do her thing. Now, Holly is focused on her new relationship & life with ex-boxer Oscar De La Hoya. Even though she resents her mother for being so hard on her at a young age, and resents the game of golf as well because of that, she also realizes that same discipline is how she's able to live comfortable & have the things she needs at this stage in her life. She wouldn't have met Oscar or had the relationships & experiences she had if she didn't start out with golf. This is something many child athletes & actors feel when their parents basically force them into a skill or profession. She's learned from it, capitalized on it & let it form her into the strong, independent woman she is today. This is Holly Saunders in her own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ For more on the Recovery in the Middle Ages podcast www.MiddleAgesrecovery.com Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrity, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved.
Borderline Personality Disorder is one of the most stigmatised and misunderstood mental health conditions. It affects a significant number of people in the community, a large proportion of them having suffered trauma early in life. The emotional instability, fear of abandonment and patterns of self-harm can alter someone's life and that of their loved ones in profound ways. But the enduring stigma around BPD means it often goes unrecognised or not properly treated and many fall through the cracks. This program was originally broadcast in September 2021
Tätowierungen, hört man häufig, seien früher ein Stigma von Strafgefangenen und Seeleuten gewesen. Zumindest in westlichen Gesellschaften, so lautet die verbreitete Erzählung, hätten sie bis Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts weithin als anrüchig gegolten und seien im Grunde erst seitdem im mainstream der hiesigen Schmuck- und Körperkultur angekommen. Unser heutiger Artikel aus dem 8-Uhr-Abendblatt vom 27. Dezember 1921 wirft dieses Narrativ ziemlich grundlegend über den Haufen. Nicht nur gibt er Kunde von einer damals höchst aktuellen Tattoo-Mode in besseren englischen Kreisen. Darüber hinaus weiß er auch eine durchaus illustre Reihe historisch prominenter Tintlinge – mit gleichfalls aristokratischem Hintergrund – aufzuzählen. Vielleicht weniger unerwartet macht der Parforceritt durch die Geschichte der Tätowierung kurz auch bei sogenannten Naturvölkern Station und operiert dabei mit zeittypischen Begrifflichkeiten, die wir einmal mehr mit einem trigger warning versehen müssen. Es liest Frank Riede.
In dieser Folge spreche ich mit dem Big-Air-Kitesurfer und Unternehmer Graham Howes über psychische Gesundheit, die Überwindung von Ängsten und das beste Leben. Klicke hier zu den Show Notes! Graham und ich haben uns im Rahmen der Web 3 Kite Week in Südafrika kennengelernt, die von meinem Jugendfreund Jonathan Gabler und seiner Neverstop Crew organisiert wurde. Wir verstanden uns auf Anhieb und sprachen über Flow, Biohacking, Eisbaden und Wim-Hof-Atmung. Mentale Probleme werden von außen oft nicht wahrgenommen Am meisten beeindruckt hat mich jedoch Grahams Mut, öffentlich über seine eigenen psychischen Probleme zu sprechen, und das als Sportler, der meist als der lustige Typ mit den tollen Stuntvideos wahrgenommen wird. In dieser Folge sprechen wir über das Stigma der psychischen Gesundheit im Extremsport, die Herausforderungen für junge Athleten, die in einer stressigen Welt der sozialen Medien aufwachsen, und darüber, was es bedeutet, seine eigenen Ängste zu überwinden und das beste Leben zu leben, das man führen kann. Ich freue mich, Ihnen diesen inspirierenden Sportler, Unternehmer und kreativen Menschen vorstellen zu können. Viel Spaß! Minutenangaben 00:30 - Wie Graham beschreibt, was er beruflich macht 01:00 - Grahams Beziehung zum Zustand des Flow 02:30 - Wie sich Grahams Definition für sein bestes Leben verändert hat 04:30 - Graham führt uns zurück zu seiner ersten Panikattacke auf dem Wasser 06:30 - Über verschiedene Methoden und Routinen, um sich um seinen Geist zu kümmern 08:30 - Über die Stigmatisierung der psychischen Gesundheit im Sport 11:00 - Über die Herausforderungen junger Sportler in einer Welt der sozialen Medien 12:45 - Über die Bedeutung von Umfeld, Beziehungen und Grenzen für die psychische Gesundheit 15:30 - Die Ratschläge, die Graham sich selbst als sein bester Freund geben würde 16:45 - Was Graham einem jungen Athleten mit depressiven Episoden empfehlen würde 19:00 - Grahams persönliche Entwicklung in den letzten drei Jahren und wie wichtig Ziele für ihn sind 21:30 - Wie Graham mit dem Kitesurfen in Berührung kam 23:00 - Über die unglaubliche Belohnung, etwas Neues zu lernen und als Person zu wachsen 26:00 - Wie Grahams Unternehmen Dirty Habits entstand 27:00 - Welchen Rat Graham einem jungen aufstrebenden Unternehmer mit einer Geschäftsidee geben würde 30:00 - Die Fähigkeit, die Graham im Geschäftsleben für sehr wichtig hält 31:00 - Welches Verhalten hat Grahams Leben im letzten Jahr bereichert? 31:45 - Grahams Lieblingsbuch und was es ihn gelehrt hat 34:45 - Wie man sich seinen eigenen Ängsten stellt und sie überwindet 38:30 - Die eine Botschaft, die Graham allen Menschen mit auf den Weg geben möchte 40:30 - Wie Zuhörer dem Dirty Habits-Stamm beitreten können Weitere Inhalte zur Episode mit Graham Howes Über Graham Howes Dirty Habits Webseite Grahams Video zu seiner mentalen Gesundheit Artikel über Grahams Kampf mit der Depression Greenlights: oder die Kunst, bergab zu rennen | Nummer Eins der New York Times-Bestsellerliste: Die Autobiographie von Oscar-Preisträger Matthew McConaughey Brauchst du Hilfe? Melde dich gerne! Seitdem ich selbst mit meiner mentalen Gesundheit während meiner Zeit als Leistungssportler kämpfte, ist mentale Gesundheit ein sehr wichtiges Thema für mich geworden. Ich habe es mir auf die Fahne geschrieben, Menschen mit meiner Arbeit dabei zu helfen, einen Ausweg aus Depressionen und mentalen Blockaden zu finden. Wenn du selbst unter Depressionen (auch leichten) leidest, melde dich gerne bei uns und werde Teil des FlowTribes. Gemeinsam schaffen wir die Grundlagen, um Körper und Geist wieder für dich arbeiten zu lassen auf dem Weg hin zu deiner selbstbestimmten Lebensqualität voller Flow. Schreibe mir gerne einfach eine Mail an email@example.com und sag Hallo! Die Flowgrade Show mit Max Gotzler wird Ihnen von Flowgrade zur Verfügung gestellt. Mit Flowgrade wollen wir Sie dabei unterstützen, Hochgefühle zu erleben und ein selbstbestimmtes Leben nach Ihren Vorstellungen zu gestalten. Getreu unserem Motto: Perform & Feel Your Best. Für weitere Methoden für mehr Flow im Alltag, besuche uns gerne auf unserer Webseite und folge uns auf den sozialen Medien: Flowgrade Webseite Flowgrade auf Instagram Flowgrade auf Facebook Die Flowgrade Show auf Apple Podcasts Die Flowgrade Show auf Spotify Die Flowgrade Show auf Youtube Auf der Webseite findest du eine Übersicht aller bisherigen Flowgrade Show Episoden.
Let's talk about combo feeding…What is it? And what are the reasons behind combo feeding?Tune in this week as we talk about combo feeding (including donor milk!) and how to manage it.If you are a new listener, we would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on itunes or sending us an email with your suggestions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also add your email to our list and have episodes sent right to your inbox! Things we talked about:The convo about donor milk [3:00]Stigma around combo feeding [9:25]Triple feeding (WTF is that anyway?) [11:30]Return to work issues [14:26]Why you should continue to breastfeed when you are combo feeding [17:55]Benefits that are not milk related [19:14]Can you mix breastmilk with formula? [21:20]The google trap [24:35]The takeaway message to remember [27:55]The guilty feels [29:08]Combo feeding doesn't have to be forever [31:20] *This Episode is sponsored by Fairhaven Health and Simple Wishes Links to information we discussed or episodes you should check out!https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/5-ways-we-are-set-up-to-fail/ https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/the-science-of-comfort-nursing/Set up your consultation with Diannehttps://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/consultations/ Check out Dianne's blog here~https://diannecassidyconsulting.com/milklytheblog/Don't Forget!! Dianne and Abby have started the new parenting podcast! Check out Revolution Parenting! https://www.buzzsprout.com/1755123/8400508Follow our Podcast~• https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.comHere is how you can connect with Dianne and Abby~• Abby Theuring https://www.thebadassbreastfeeder.com• Dianne Cassidy http://www.diannecassidyconsulting.com Music we use~Music: "Levels of Greatness" from "We Used to Paint Stars in the Sky (2012)" courtesy of Scott Holmes at freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott Holmes
The Nerds are back with an all new show about Stigma and how sick of it we are! Between New Jerseyans being lame and Congress messing with Veteran's safe access. We also go into a little commentary on culture and how important it is to the cannabis industry. Have a listen, wrap some presents and never panic! It's organic!
For our new Preconceived listeners, this episode from over a year ago is a good "starter episode" to give a flavour for what the podcast is all about. Zale reflects on starting the podcast and some of the biggest preconceptions that he has tried to better understand. How has his exploration into preconceptions changed his views of the world? Have any of the things he's learned influenced the way he lives his life? He is joined by public speaking experts Eric Silverberg and Eli Gladstone, who take on the role of co-hosts.
For the last episode of Smoke N' Science in 2021, Riley and Miyabe interview Dr. Paloma Lehfeldt. Dr. Paloma is a medical doctor, and an advocate for Cannabis. The three discuss the challenges of being a Cannabis advocate in the medical space and the stigmas associated with it, what doctors learn about Cannabis in medical school, and tools she uses to educate patients on Cannabis, among other interesting topics! Thanks for all your support this year! *Note: All opinions expressed in this podcast are just that. We are NOT medical professionals making formal recommendations; we are just two cannabis scientists speculating about what we would and wouldn't do in theory! If you are a licensed processor who is interested in working with us contact us through the link below or at email@example.com! - - - - - - - Contact Us: www.smokenol.com/podcast Follow/Submit Questions: instagram.com/smokenol Kyoto CBD Paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6856203/ - - - - - - -
Anthologic Episode 100A Ghost Story For Christmas 07 Stigma For the entire set of Anthologic, click here For the RSS Feed for this podcast, use: http://feeds.feedburner.com/anthologic Feedback to: firstname.lastname@example.org Or join the facebook group The Good The Bad And The Odd Or chat with Mark who runs the facebook account athttp://www.facebook.com/the-good-the-bad-and-the-odd Main Page for iTunes, […]
We catch up with Skinny Vinny Imperiati and hear about his new relationship & how it is for him now that he's sober. He details how he maintains his mental health, sobriety, and workload in a productive way. He's had some moments where he thought he might relapse but worked through them with a great support system. Now, Vinny is focused on his health & mental well-being. Since we last checked in with Vinny, a lot has changed. When we first talked to him in February of this year, he was living in Connecticut. After staying in a sober-living house for over 3 years, He had a crazy idea to buy a ranch and have his own space. He was able to stay sober, find work & stay in treatment. He did it for a while, but it just didn't work out in the long term. Now he's living in LA and focusing on his podcasting, film & content work. Recently, Vinny started his own podcast production company. He's helping out a lot of his friends in the skating community to start their own podcasts. He also has some filming projects in the works, including the upcoming "Zackass" style, show that he tells some of the first details about. He hopes he can be a beacon for positivity and change with his friends and community and hopes to help anyone he can in the coming new year. This is Skinny Vinny in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ For more on the Recovery in the Middle Ages podcast www.MiddleAgesrecovery.com Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrity, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved.
Nick gets Jim a birthday gift. Also questions on internalized mental health stigma and managing your expectations in therapy. Come sign our Yearbook as we close out 2021: https://tinyurl.com/podtherapyCheck out Dr. Jim's book "Dadvice: 50 Fatherly Life Lessons" at www.DadviceBook.com Join us at www.Patreon.com/Therapy to access our pre show hang out, topical deep dives, psychology movie nights, book clubs, monthly interviews, and special side projects. Grab some swag at our store, www.PodTherapyBaitShop.com Share this episode easily: https://www.spreaker.com/user/10313270/pt206-spreakerSubmit questions to:www.PodTherapy.netPodTherapyGuys@gmail.comFollow us on Social Media:www.Facebook.com/PodTherapywww.Instagram.com/PodTherapyGuyswww.Twitter.com/PodTherapyGuys
Everyone experiences imposter syndrome at some point in their life. Feelings of self-doubt, inadequacy, or incompetence can easily crowd our minds. What can we do about it? How do we face these fears? Texas Lead Directors Bethany Wendler and Rachel Cohen-Ford outline strategies of how we can approach imposter syndrome head on.
Die Cannovum AG ist das erste deutsche börsengelistete Medizinalcannabis-Unternehmen - geführt von der jüngsten weiblichen Vorständin, die in Deutschland ein Unternehmen an die Börse gebracht hat: Pia Marten. Von einer Cannabis-Legalisierung für den Freizeitkonsum erhofft sie sich – neben einem neuen Geschäftsfeld – auch deutliche Verbesserungen der Therapiemöglichkeiten für Patienten, die medizinisches Cannabis bekommen. Wenn durch eine Legalisierung das Stigma rund um Cannabis abgebaut würde, sei ein breiteres Bewusstsein für den therapeutisch-medizinischen Nutzen möglich, denn bisher herrschten noch Berührungsängste – sowohl auf Seiten der Patienten und als auch der Ärzte.
United States Representative Madeleine Dean and her son Harry Cunnane recently joined Independence Blue Cross' Someone You Know Associate Resource Group for a virtual town hall. The discussion was moderated by Patrick Flynn, Government Affairs Specialist and Co-lead of the Someone You Know Associate Resource Group, with an introduction by Stephen P. Fera, Executive Vice President of Public Affairs. In this episode, host Heather Major narrates the virtual town hall event, which highlights Harry's personal journey to recovery, how Rep. Dean is advocating for federal funding of collegiate recovery programs, and the inspiration behind their memoir, “Under Our Roof: A Son's Battle for Recovery, a Mother's Battle for Her Son.” Hosted by Heather Major, Executive Director, Independence Blue Cross Foundation. Recovery is possible, and help is available. Please visit our website for more information, resources and inspiration: www.ibxfoundation.org/SYK TM 2021 Someone You Know®. All Rights Reserved. Disclaimers This podcast contains opinionated content and may not reflect the opinions of any organizations this podcast is affiliated with. This podcast discusses opioid use, opioid treatment, and physical and psychological trauma, which may be triggering for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised. This podcast is solely for informational purposes. Listeners are advised to do their own diligence when it comes to making decisions that may affect their health. Patients in need of medical advice should consult their personal health care provider. The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is not a substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional.
Dan's wife Brittany Maynard sought adventure up until the very end. When it became clear that the brain tumor she'd been diagnosed with would ultimately take her life, Brittany chose to end things on her own terms. Medical aid-in-dying, commonly known in the U.S. as "death with dignity," enables someone with a terminal illness to request a prescription for medication that will end their suffering. In the final episode of season 4, we explore end-of-life choices and the social and legal systems that either allow or prevent individuals from determining how they die. Featuring Dan Diaz, an advocate for the legalization of medical aid in dying, Kim Callinan, CEO of the organization Compassion and Choices, and Dr. Rob Jonquiere, Executive Director of the World Federation of Right to Die Societies. -- Finding Humanity is a production of Humanity Lab Foundation and Hueman Group Media. Subscribe, rate and leave us a review. For more information, visit findinghumanitypodcast.com. Follow us on Twitter @find_humanity and Facebook.
FASD Hope is a podcast about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience. Episode 104 is the Season 1 Finale for FASD Hope! This episode features Robbie Seale of FASD Family Life (Canada) and Jessica Rutherford of Spotlight on FASD (UK). Robbie, Jessica and Natalie share their reflections of 2021, a REAL conversation about FASD topics…and their goals / hopes for 2022. Conversation Points include: - How do we get family members to learn and understand FASD? - Stories of Stigma - The Importance of Creating Your "FASD Tribe" - Hopes and Goals for 2022 - Jessica's FASD Service Education Program through Nudge Education EPISODE RESOURCES - For more information about Jessica Rutherford's FASD Service Education Program - Jessica.email@example.com https://www.nudgeeducation.co.uk/fasd-services Spotlight on FASD: with Clare Devanney-Glynn and Jessica Rutherford You can find "Spotlight on FASD" where you find your podcasts and on YouTube. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Spotlightonfasdpodcast Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/spotlightonfasd/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/SpotlightonFASD LinkedIn -https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicarutherford1/?miniProfileUrn=urn%3Ali%3Afs_miniProfile%3AACoAAAnXL4QBofKnGvdq1CoztDgRuEjoHSDbjuo FASD Family Life with Robbie Seale: You can find "FASD Family Life" where you find your podcasts. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robbie.seale.1 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/robbie.seale/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/FasdLife LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/robbie-seale-92954b169/?miniProfileUrn=urn%3Ali%3Afs_miniProfile%3AACoAACggH3EBDQmnXpDQ_ULvxvKx1OWPGgnnt-I FASD Hope - https://www.fasdhope.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1 Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/ Clubhouse - @natalievecc Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy BUY IT NOW!
This week we're joined by the CEO of F**k Cancer, Heather Kun, who tells us how her organization works to de-stigmatize cancer, why you shouldn't put your laptop on your lap and why you should never trust an eye doctor! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrity, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. At an early age, Cesar got swept up in the gang lifestyle. In his neighborhood, senior gang members would show him respect and were always a part of his upbringing in East Los Angeles. He would see prostitution, shootings, and drug activity all the time, so he never saw it as a problem. He wanted to be a member of his local gang but was too young at this time. He started hanging out with gang members and ditching school and eventually would ditch high school altogether. As a teenager, Cesar started getting into serious trouble, and by going in & out of jail he quickly learned how gang culture works. After his first time in jail, he joined his local gang to represent his neighborhood. This quickly consumed his life and spiraled out of control. He lost his younger brother Roy at the age of 19 due to a drug overdose, and this was a wake-up call for him. His friends and family were all dropping around him, and it started to sink in. He knew he was going down a dark path & needed a change. With acting, Cesar just "fell into it" by accident. He went to a music video filming for Mary J. Blige, where he would meet his first manager in the business. He auditioned for a role on a whim and ended up getting the part. His lifestyle and knowledge from his gang activity helped him portray realistic characters with an authenticity that regular actors can't provide. His first paying gig was in the background of a Christina Aguilera music video. His first speaking role was on the TV series The Shield. After that, his career took off. He was featured prominently in Fast & The Furious 4, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul & many other TV series and films. Now Cesar is just grateful for every day. He doesn't need any substances to feel high these days, he's just grateful for waking up, breathing, and being alive. He speaks to thousands of kids now trying to share his story in hopes of changing just one kid's life for the better. Cesar says even if just one kid changes out of the thousands that he talks to, it's worth it to him. He also shares stories from the set of all his major films, working with Paul Walker, Bryan Cranston & Vince Gilligan, and more. This is Cesar Garcia in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ For more on the Recovery in the Middle Ages podcast www.MiddleAgesrecovery.com
Trigger warning: Miscarriage & pregnancy loss 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage, yet the topic remains taboo. Steph sits down with KIC's beautiful team member, Nicole Maycroft, who has unfortunately experienced miscarriage, twice.Nicole very bravely shares an insight to her story, advice on how to help your loved ones as they experience pregnancy loss, the tips and tools that got her through the hardest days, her thoughts towards the 12 week wait and to top it all off, her recent experience with Grave's Disease. Nicole is determined to break the stigma and help other women & their partners feel less alone. If you've recently experienced pregnancy loss and wish to skip passed Steph's updates on Harvey please start the episode at 9:30SPECIAL GUEST Nicole Maycroft Read Nicole's story and tips to get through a miscarriage here. SPONSOR SHOUTOUT Cubo Ai Baby Monitor, an award winning smart baby monitor created by an IVF mom & a paediatrician. Safe sleep for babies, peace of mind for parents. Head to getcubo.com today!