Dave and Shane sat down with #Triumph legend #MikeLevine to discuss the band's new documentary “Triumph: Rock & Roll Machine”, which premieres at the Philadephia International Film Festival on Saturday, October 23 at 9:30 PM at PFS Drive-In B and screens again on Monday, October 25 at 8:45 PM at Ritz Bourse 2. SHOW CREDITS: #MikeLevine (guest). Dave Kinchen (host). Shane McEachern (co-host and segment producer). Triumph audio permissions granted by the band's publicity management. Intro made w/ Drum Pad Machine (DPM). Instagram: @RockNationsDK Twitter: @RockNationsDK. Facebook: @RockofNationsDK. www.rockofnationswithdavekinchen.com.
Monday, October 18, 2021 Kerby Anderson is our host today! His guest is Dr. Carl Trueman. Professor of biblical and religious studies at Grove City College, he has a book to share, The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self. After speaking with Professor Trueman, Kerby will bring us the latest!! Please call or contact […]
In today's episode, our guest is Will Rezin, a high-performance coach. He works with influencers, high-performers, coaches, and entrepreneurs to master themselves from the inside out. Also, he's an expert in helping people transform their lives and careers through deep, powerful inner work. [7:38] Why should we listen to you? I'm going to sit down, and I'm going to talk to you. I'm going to be present with you. [8:36] When we take the time to be here, to be present, something happens. Something happens between you and me, even at this moment. I'd share myself with you in a way that might be different than other people. [9:44] How you got through trauma. There's a nuance in connection in relationships. And those of us that have lived through hardship, through intensity, difficulty, and trauma. [11:07] I think the connection point between you and I was group homes, foster care facilities. At 12 years old, I, between 12 and 15, lived in and out of different group homes. At 16, I moved to live with my father, who was beginning to transition to living as a woman. And I lived with him through that experience. I've worked with ordinary folks. I've made over 50 in a month, 50,000 and a month, and more. He's been arrested, lived barefoot, traveled; he's lived on $30 a month. [15:00] How trauma created the guy you are now? I was put in these situations where I had to adapt or die. I could assess a room; I could tell you who was a threat and safe in moments. Resilience is innate, and it's a part of us. I had the proper support. That's the key to survival, and it's part of who we are. All of us live through something that would be categorized as traumatic. It's a spectrum from more minor to larger. But we're all resilient; it's innate. It's a product of my resilience. [17:42] Most pivotal support and Somatic experiencing Somatic Experiencing is a psychobiological approach to treating trauma. They make the process of working with the nervous system to resolve the body's responses. [18:14] Some people were there in my life during difficulty, were my tether, so to speak some sense of normalcy, support, and care. And when we have that, we can go on here; we have these three foundational needs as human beings. [19:20] How did you come out of the muck of going through all that? I went through years of drug abuse, alcohol, psychedelics, and an assortment of other different things that were running away from me. I was avoiding feeling what's under the surface. And I had to find the help necessary to be with all of that. And it was bit by bit by bits, one step at a time. If we think about the mountain, we may not ever start. It's a constellation of many different things, a willingness to face myself, a desire to feel what was inside. [23:16] Where people usually at and where usually leave. Training companies, our practitioners, their coaches, their doctors, or therapists or facilitators, they're working in the transformation industry and or the helping industry and come in hungry to learn about how to support the people they're working with better. And when they leave, they leave a better understanding of the basics of what it means to be human. And then how to help people in the process of awakening to their humaneness. Key Quotes [16:31 - 16:35] “We are all resilient. It's innate, it's a part of us.” [29:42 - 29:47] “We're here to live, to be here, to be present in this inside of every moment.” Connect with Will Rezin: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/transformativeactions Website: https://www.rezinconsulting.com/
Welcome to your weekly dose of Rock and Roll music that DESERVES to be heard! This week we have Enuff Z'Nuff, Triumph, Native Sons, Ted Nugent, KK's Priest, Vince Neil, Jeff Scott Soto, Joel Hoekstra, Testsarossa, and The B'zz. Crank it up!
(10/15/21) From the early 1980s to the mid-1990s, Bryan Miller was a household name among East Coast foodies as the restaurant critic for the New York Times. Over the course of his decade as a columnist, he dined out more than 5,000 times in eateries around the world. Wine Spectator once called him “the most powerful restaurant critic in America.” And for much of that time, he wanted to die. Bryan's new book Dining in the Dark: A Famed Restaurant Critic's Struggle with and Triumph over Depression chronicles his battle with the mental illness Bipolar II that changed his life forever. Join us for an honest look at the often-invisible suffering people with debilitating depression face in this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI.
Description: T Lo give their thoughts on Dave Chappelle's transphobic Netflix comedy special and the fallout from it, dissect Lizzo's bold fashion choice for Cardi B's birthday party, and talk about the return of Project Runway for its 19th season and muse on the show's effects and changes in all the years of covering it.
In our second special birthday episode, host JJ is joined by Joan Peterson, a longtime Brady chapter member and leader, who became a gun violence prevention and domestic violence activist after her sister, Barbara Lund, was murdered. Barbara and her boyfriend, former Iowa state legislator Kevin Kelly, were killed by Lund's estranged husband. Together, they detail why domestic violence cannot be left invisible. Then, hosts Kelly and JJ are joined by Kate Ranta (author of Killing Kate: A Story of Turning Abuse and Tragedy into Transformation and Triumph and gun violence prevention advocate) and American journalist, writer, and professor Rachel Louise Snyder. Snyder's eye-opening book, No Visible Bruises: What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us, is an absolutely essential read for those who want to address private violence, and addresses how in the US, 1 in 5 women report experiencing severe physical violence from an intimate partner during their lifetime. Terrifyingly, when guns are introduced into that terrorism, the risk of serious death and injury only increases, with the American Journal of Public Health reporting that in domestic violence situations the risk of death is five times greater when a gun is present. If you or someone you know may be at risk, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233), or by text at the same number by texting the word "START." There are also advocates available online 24/7 at thehotline.org. Mentioned in this podcast:Warning Signs of Abuse (National Domestic Violence Hotline)Domestic Violence High Risk Team Model (Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center)What Are Extreme Risk Laws (Brady) Pass the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2021 (Brady) A version of this podcast initially ran as "What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence (and Guns) is Deadly."For more information on Brady, follow us on social media @Bradybuzz or visit our website at bradyunited.org.Full transcripts and bibliographies of this episode are available at bradyunited.org/podcast.National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.Music provided by: David “Drumcrazie” CurbySpecial thanks to Hogan Lovells for their long-standing legal support℗&©2019 Red, Blue, and BradySupport the show (https://www.bradyunited.org/donate)
“Union with Christ, our participation in Christ, means that we have been given a new identity that doesn't just save us from what was. It invites us into what could be. It becomes the grounds of our sanctification and our pursuit of holiness.” Today's interview is with Kyle Worley, Lead Pastor and Church Planter of Mosaic Church in Richardson, TX and co-host of the Knowing Faith podcast. He graciously talks to us about the doctrine of union with Christ, a foundational reality of the Christian life. Union with Christ definitions: “The intimate, vital, and spiritual union between Christ and His people, in virtue of which He is the source of their life and strength, of their blessedness and salvation.” (Louis Berkhof) Kyle's baseline definition: “Christians, God's covenant people, are in Christ Jesus.” Verses on this topic (in episode): Jn. 17; Rom. 5; 6:4-5; Gal. 2:20; Eph. 1:3-14; Heb. 10:14; also covenant language in the OT: Gen. 12; 15; 17; 22; Ex. 20-34; Deuteronomy; etc. Recommended Resources from Kyle: Michael Reeves, Rejoicing in Christ John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion Herman Bavinck, Reformed Dogmatics Constantine Campbell, Paul and Union with Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study Todd Billings, Union with Christ: Reframing Theology and Ministry for the Church Julie Canlis, Calvin's Ladder: A Spiritual Theology of Ascent and Ascension Grant Macaskill, Union with Christ in the New Testament Grant Macaskill, Living in Union with Christ: Paul's Gospel and Christian Moral Identity Other Radically Normal interviews: Trading Hustle and Hurry for the Goodness of Limits w/ Dr. Ashley Hales (#76) The Importance of Deuteronomy w/ Dr. Kyong-Jin Lee (#73) The Missionary Heart of the Book of Exodus w/ Dr. W. Ross Blackburn (#70) The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self w/ Dr. Carl Trueman (#67) Religious Liberty for All w/ Dr. Andrew Walker (#64) Freedom from Sin w/ John Elmore (#61) God's Glory Above the Clouds w/ Captain Dan Griffin (#53) Hebrews 11 & Working to God's Glory w/ Trillia Newbell (#38) Courage, Integrity & the Future w/ Dr. Russell Moore (#32) Apologetics & Theology w/ Dr. Gavin Ortlund (#26) The Ascension of Christ w/ Dr. Patrick Schreiner (#23) Interview w/ Pastor Tommy Nelson (#14) Interview w/ College Pastor Nate Hilgenkamp (#12) Interview w/ OU Baseball Coach Britt Bonneau (#4) Radically Normal YouTube // IG: @radicallynormalpod // Email: firstname.lastname@example.org // Send us prayer requests or Q&A questions for the end of season 4!
In this episode of THE TALENT DEVELOPMENT HOT SEAT, Andy's guest is Julie Turney. Julie Turney is a heart-centric and people-focused HR professional with over 15 years of experience in the field. She's the brainchild of HRatHeart Consulting Inc., a coaching firm she created after her second bout of HR burnout to help HR professionals build their resilience and agility while providing a safe space to recharge. Julie Turney is also the lead organizer of DisruptHR Caribbean for Barbados--where she lives--as well as Jamaica and Trinidad. She's also the host of “The HR Sound Off Podcast” and author of the book Confessions of an HR Pro: Stories of Defeat & Triumph. In this bonus interview, you'll hear: 12. Julie Turney's biggest career accomplishment. 13. Her biggest career failure and why she prefers her life as an independent consultant versus working in an organization. 14. What she sees as one of the biggest challenges in talent development and why it needs to be addressed. 15. The trend she's following in learning and development. 16. Her favorite book that she reads every year. 17. The advice she would give to someone looking to accelerate their career. Connect with Andy Storch here: https://andystorch.com/ (andystorch.com) https://www.linkedin.com/in/andystorch/ (linkedin.com/in/andystorch) https://tdtt.us/ (tdtt.us/) Connect with Julie Turney: https://www.linkedin.com/in/iamjulieturney/ (linkedin.com/in/iamjulieturney) https://www.amazon.com/Confessions-HR-Pro-Stories-Triumph/dp/0578905825/ (https://www.amazon.com/Confessions-HR-Pro-Stories-Triumph/dp/0578905825/)
“Your brain is the motherboard to your body.” – Angela Sewell Today's featured author is philanthropist, Job Coach, and owner of the Nonprofit, “Helping People Inc.”, Angela Sewell. Angela and I talk about her first book, mental health, and more!!! Key Thing's You'll Learn: Why your image is important. How she dealt with colorism growing up. What led Angie to write and publish her book. Angie's Book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0949H4JR3/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_awdb_imm_9QSQCP5X58QWFXXV8VPB The opening track is titled, "Don't You" from The Solar Mixtape by Asis Galvin. Be sure to capture this beat by clicking this link. https://asisgalvin.bandcamp.com/track/dont-you You May Also Like…. 257 – “It's Time To Fly Away” with Dr. Froswa' Booker-Drew (@Froswa): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/257-its-time-to-fly-away-with-dr-froswa-booker-drew-froswa/ 212 – “From a Mess to Amazing” with Trina Martin (@TrinaLMartin): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/212-from-a-mess-to-amazing-with-trina-martin-trinalmartin/ 189 - "Blessed With Poetry" with Michelle Smith: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/189-blessed-with-poetry-with-michelle-smith/ 174 - "Passion, Purpose & Promise" with Dr. Rhonda Glover: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/174-passion-purpose-promise-with-dr-rhonda-glover/ 253 – “Purpose, Passion, Vision, and Destiny” with Tanya J. Miller (@TalkingwitTanya): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/253-purpose-passion-vision-and-destiny-with-tanya-j-miller-talkingwittanya/ 264 – “Soul Wounds & Sacred Revelations” with Deneen Joyner (@Deneenmj7): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/264-soul-wounds-sacred-revelations-with-deneen-joyner-deneenmj7/ 145 - "One Thing at a Time: And That One Thing is Me" with Lisa C. Butler (@AuthorLButler): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/145-one-thing-at-a-time-and-that-one-thing-is-me-with-lisa-c-butler-authorlbutler/ 140 - "Raising the Bar" with Lisa Boucher (@LBoucherAuthor): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/140-raising-the-bar-with-lisa-boucher-lboucherauthor/ 135 - "Millennial Black Male Mentorship" with Darrick T. Miller: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/135-millennial-black-male-mentorship-with-darrick-t-miller/ 132 - "Order It!" with Palmonia Gordon (@palmoniag): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/132-order-it-with-palmonia-gordon-palmoniag/ 255 – “Women Who Soar” with Pastor Paulette Harper (@pauletteharper): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/255-women-who-soar-with-pastor-paulette-harper-pauletteharper/ Ep. 295.5 (Charm City Bonus Episode) – “Kingdom Stewardship” with Cheing Laron (@EaglesWingsCLS): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-2955-charm-city-bonus-episode-kingdom-stewardship-with-cheing-laron-eagleswingscls/ Ep. 302 – “A Black First” with Peter E. Carter: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/302-a-black-first-with-peter-e-carter/ Ep. 305 – “The P.U.R.S.U.E Principle” with Dawn Offei: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-305-the-pursue-principle-with-dawn-offei/
Steven Carne brings the truth on the Triumph of the Word in the world today
Jill got married very young and as the years turned to decades, she realized how lost she had gotten in her high conflict marriage. With a heart of collaboration, Jill entered the divorce arena only to find her spouse was intent on alienating their young child from her and stripping her of her custodial rights. Jill shares the heartbreak felt and lessons learned through the process of finding her voice and fighting for her child. For Jill, investing in coaching was the game changer that enabled her to navigate all aspects of her divorce and now coparenting with immense grace. Tune in to hear about the coparenting relationship she is now developing with her ex. Request a Free Rapid Relief Call at www.rapidreliefcall.com For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit: www.jbddivorcesupport.com
We're back with more state, local, and urban issues -- maybe Sam has become a full convert! In this week's episode, we're joined by renowned urban economist Edward Glaeser, the Fred and Eleanor Glimp Professor of Economics and the Chairman of the Department of Economics at Harvard University. We begin by discussing The Survival of the City, Professor Glaeser's new book written with David Cutler. In just over half an hour, we get through several topics. How will cities adapt to pandemics, will work-from-home continue as it currently exists, and will insider groups continue to dominate local politics? What does the future of work look like in cities; will we ever approach the post-work urban future that Keynes described? Beyond exploring these questions, we also discuss how cities can and should think about race and inequality, both through administration and legislation. All of this and more in less time than it takes to commute on most U.S. subways (and find out why that is while you're listening)! Referenced Readings: Ken Auletta, The streets were paved with gold, (1980). Eric Bosio, Simeon Djankov, Edward Glaeser, & Andrei Shleifer, “Public Procurement in Law and Practice,” NBER Working Paper, (2020) Leah Brooks & Zachary Liscow, “Infrastructure Costs,” (2020) Edward Glaeser, Triumph of the City (2012). Edward Glaeser & David Cutler, Survival of the City (2021). Edward Glaeser & Andrei Shleifer, “The Curley Effect: The Economics of Shaping the Electorate,” The Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, (2005). Tracy Gordon & David Schleicher, “High costs may explain crumbling support for US infrastructure,” Urban Wire (2015). John Maynard Keynes, “Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren,” (1930).
Episode 65 - The Devil's in the Fog - The Zeeky bitches get stitches and fight the White Devil. Edited by Scoop! Sound design by Dallas. Check out Adam's Twitch! - https://www.twitch.tv/macplusplus - MUSIC - Despair and Triumph by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400012 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ - Feddie Scum - The Gundam RPG Podcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/FeddieScum Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/feddiescum Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWptBHBc3no9bht-EpZO8wQ Support us on Patreon! - https://www.patreon.com/deadsetmedia Check out our merch store! - https://feddiescum.bigcarte
In this episode of THE TALENT DEVELOPMENT HOT SEAT, Andy's guest is Julie Turney. Julie Turney is a heart-centric and people-focused HR professional with over 15 years of experience in the field. She's the brainchild of HRatHeart Consulting Inc., a coaching firm she created after her second bout of HR burnout to help HR professionals build their resilience and agility while providing a safe space to recharge. Julie Turney is also the lead organizer of DisruptHR Caribbean for Barbados--where she lives--as well as Jamaica and Trinidad. She's also the host of “The HR Sound Off Podcast” and author of the book Confessions of an HR Pro: Stories of Defeat & Triumph. In this interview, you'll hear: How Julie Turney began her career in human resources, why she burned out twice, and how that led her to write her book Confessions of an HR Pro. The biggest challenge she sees in HR today, why the process-driven profession needs to become more people-focused, and how your HR department can begin to become more people-focused. Why more transparency is needed in HR and what it can look like. The takeaway Julie Turney wants you to have after you read her book. The reason HR professionals are burning out and how that burnout can be addressed. What you can do to analyze your HR career and take more ownership of your schedule. Her tips for building more resilience in your HR career, using agility to make adjustments, and become more proactive. How you can build community in HR and where to start. What Julie Turney does to build her “social muscle” as an introverted HR professional. Why she believes HR is doing as much as they are able to when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), but there is more work to be done. How she's working in the neurodiversity space, what neurodiversity means, and what they can bring to the workplace. Connect with Andy Storch here: https://andystorch.com/ (andystorch.com) https://www.linkedin.com/in/andystorch/ (linkedin.com/in/andystorch) https://tdtt.us/ (tdtt.us/) Connect with Julie Turney: https://www.linkedin.com/in/iamjulieturney/ (linkedin.com/in/iamjulieturney) https://www.amazon.com/Confessions-HR-Pro-Stories-Triumph/dp/0578905825/ (https://www.amazon.com/Confessions-HR-Pro-Stories-Triumph/dp/0578905825/)
In this episode, we chat with author, essayist, and perceptive cricket columnist Mukul Kesavan Click here to support 81allout on Kofi Talking Points: Viswanath - 'this extraordinarily skilled and beautiful Teddy Bear playing cricket' | Watching Imran Khan bowl live for the first time | The "neat perfection" of Sunil Gavaskar | Neville Cardus - and "everything undesirable about cricket writing | The thunderous silence around Wasim Jaffer | The IPL in Delhi during the the pandemic | The significance of Mohammad Siraj Participants: Mukul Kesavan; Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee); Mahesh Sethuraman (@cornerd) Related: Beyond borders; Watching, hoping, praying; The Viswanath problem; No room for bigotry; Jaffer alone; The nation state and modern sport - The India Forum; A fairy tale on the field; India; Cricketing memory and a quest for rare videos; Men in White; Brightly Fades the Don; Cricket Crisis; Pundits from Pakistan; Chinaman; The Match; A Corner of a Foreign Field; Anyone But England; Beyond a Boundary; Triumph and Tragedy in Mudville
Aaron Thomas - How to Triumph through Tragedy and Truly Forgive -- Aaron Thomas is an incredible human being with an incredible story. When it comes to being on top of the world and out of the blue being struck with tragedy most of us can't even imagine, Aaron has lived it. What you will come to find out from listening to this episode with Aaron is how resiliency and tenacity all stem from acceptance and forgiveness. Could you forgive the man who murdered your father? Ask yourself that question and buckle up for this episode, because you are in for a wild ride that will leave you understanding the true meaning of forgiveness. https://aaronwthomas.com/biography/ -- SPONSORS Chili Sleep Welcome to the BEST night of sleep, EVERY night!!! Wellness isn't all about having the perfect diet or the best trainers. It's about recovering + adding to your overall health with sufficient quality sleep. Cooling in the middle of the night not only keeps you sleeping but can also up to double your deep sleep. You pay more for cooling your home in six months than you do for a chili pad or ooler that can last for a long long time! Honestly the biggest difference maker I ever made in optimizing my sleep to the MAX! NURSE20 20% Cube Sleep System with Chilipad® Cool Mesh™ NURSE15 15% OOLER® Sleep System with Chilipad® Cool Mesh™ Click the link below!! https://www.chilisleep.com/pages/nurse ----------- LMNT DrinkLMNT.com/DavidNurse Popular electrolyte drinks on the market have low amounts of electrolytes and miss the mark on the “optimal ratio”. LMNT Recharge gives you more electrolytes in the ideal ratio. 1000 mgSODIUM 200 mgPOTASSIUM 60 mgMAGNESIUM WITHOUT THE DODGY STUFF What we DON'T consume is just as important as what we DO consume. No Sugar No Gluten No Fillers No Artificial Ingredients Paleo & Keto Friendly ----------- Wrkout https://www.wrkout.com/ 'WRKOUT provides the convenience of working out with your personal trainer LIVE from anywhere, on any device.' Train Your Way. No Equipment Necessary. Connect and train with a real live personal trainer and get started on a personalized fitness plan designed just for you. Training is delivered 100% online in a completely live, one-one-one format that connects you and your personal trainer together screen-to-screen using a browser, completely from the comfort of your home. No more driving to the gym. No more on-demand videos. I was always a gym guy - so I was skeptical about virtual training. But It has delivered! Let me tell you… you definitely don't need to worry about getting a good workout! And my lifestyle is hectic! ...with lots of travel and hotels - it used to be so hard to keep consistent... now with WRKOUT it's easy for me to get a session in with my trainer wherever I am. If you want to see what virtual personal training with a live trainer can do for you then check out WRKOUT.com, tell them I sent you and you'll get your first 3 sessions free and 20% off your first training package!" Assault Fitness https://glnk.io/k5p5/davidnursenba Magic Spoon CODE - DAVIDNURSE magicspoon.com/davidnurse
“He has given to those who desire Him not only to see Him, but even to touch, and eat Him, and fix their teeth in His flesh, and to embrace Him, and satisfy all their love. Let us then return from that table like lions breathing fire, having become terrible to the devil.” St. John Chrysostom was born sometime in the years 344 - 354 AD. He developed great fame as a preacher, to which his earned moniker of Chrysostom, or “golden mouthed”, attests. Chrysostom's reputation eventually led to his reluctantly becoming the Bishop of Constantinople, the Christian capital of the time. There he set about a reform of the clergy and laity. Within a few years, Chrysostom's political and ecclesiastical enemies were arranging for his exile. After being banished once and still being found too close for comfort, he was banished again. In 407 AD and en route to the destination of this second exile, Chrysostom died. St. John Chrysostom's body of work represents the largest collection of extant writings from among the Greek Fathers of the Church, with most of his works surviving in their entirety. Among these are included some treatises, and many letters—but by and large his body of writings is comprised of sermons. There are a total of 88 exegetical homilies by Chrysostom on the Gospel of St. John. In this homily, Chrysostom breaks down John 6:41-52—a significant portion of what is known as Jesus' “Bread of Life Discourse”. The result is not only an excellent verse-by-verse exegesis, but also a rousing sermon on the Eucharist, the Mystery of Faith. Links Homily 46 on the Gospel According to St. John Full Text: https://www.catholicculture.org/culture/library/fathers/view.cfm?recnum=2046 Way of the Fathers, Ep. 41—Chrysostom (Part 1) | Golden Mouth & Golden Mysteries: https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/42chrysostom-part-1-golden-mouth-golden-mysteries/ Way of the Fathers, Ep. 42—Chrysostom (Part 2) | Triumph, Tragedy & Glory: https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/42chrysostom-part-2-triumph-tragedy-glory/ Go to http://www.catholicculture.org/getaudio to register for FREE access to the full archive of audiobooks beyond the most recent 15 episodes. Donate at: http://www.catholicculture.org/donate/audio Theme music: 2 Part Invention, composed by Mark Christopher Brandt, performed by Thomas Mirus. ©️2019 Heart of the Lion Publishing Co./BMI. All rights reserved.
In today's 10th episode, Jason welcomes Jonathan Emord, a constitutional and administrative law attorney. He is the author of five books, including his most recent, The Authoritarians: Their Assault on Individual Liberty, the Constitution, and Free Enterprise from the 19th Century to the Present (2021). He is one of the United States' leading constitutional and administrative law attorneys. He has defeated the FDA eight times in federal court, more times than any other attorney in America. Jason also talks about today's US national holiday, Columbus Day, and the courage it took for European explorers who discovered the Americas. He also shares the lyrics of "Ordinary Man" an old song from the 1970s by the Canadian band Triumph, and how apt those lyrics are in today's political environment, including big tech's role in our daily lives! The WEALTH TRANSFER is happening FAST! Protect your financial future now! Did you know that 25% to 40% of all dollars ever created were dumped into the economy last year??? This will be devastating to some and an opportunity to others, be sure you're on the right side of this massive wealth transfer. Learn from our experiences, maximize your ROI and avoid regrets. Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Asset Protection, Tax Savings & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else http://JasonHartman.com/Fund Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit www.JasonHartman.com Guided Visualization for Investors: http://jasonhartman.com/visualization
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/222/29 The Bible tells us that faith is the evidence of things we don't see. Join Dr. Tony Evans as he reviews some of that evidence as he brings us a lesson about the kinds of trials and triumphs we experience when we truly believe. Discover the kind of power God only gives us when we're powerless.
Jeff asks Kevin about which of his ex-teammates rose to the occasion late in the season. His answer? Not a player, but current Astros manager Dusty Baker (0:15). They also break down Chris Sale's comments about how bullpens are used in the postseason and preview the NL West battle between the rival Los Angeles Dodgers […]
Should you ever find yourself walking along a marsh or swamp in the darkest hour of the night, you may witness a haunting light over the still water. Over the centuries, it's been called by many names—the French call it the feu follet, the English call it will-o'-the wisp or jack o'lanterns. No matter what you call it, one thing is clear—it's the light of the wicked.
Frank and David talk with Edinburgh PhD student Sarah Thomson. They discuss her research on how the Reagan administration tried to shape his historical legacy. Last Drops Sarah: Karen Tumulty's The Triumph of Nancy Reagan Frank: Andrew O'Shaughnessy's The Illimitable Freedom of the Human Mind David: Reservation Dogs
Mike Pearlman was a teenager growing up in Los Angeles when his father bought a used 1964 Toyota Land Cruiser. Ed Pearlman was a florist and an avid hunter. The utilitarian 4x4 looked like the perfect vehicle for the upcoming deer season and delivering flowers. Not long after, Mike's friend was driving the Land Cruiser on the highway; he didn't know that you had to shift gears manually and blew up the motor. Ever resourceful, Ed found that a Chevy V8 would fit. With Pete Condos's assistance, Pearlman soon had a hot-rodded Corvette motor under the hood! Ed Pearlman read about the 1966 record-setting run from Tijuana to La Paz on Triumph motorcycles by Bud and Dave Ekins, Eddie Mulder, and Cliff Coleman. Pearlman thought that he could beat their time in his hopped-up Land Cruiser. While searching for wider tires, he met Dick Cepek, selling farm implement tires out of his garage. Cepek traded six tires for a chance to ride shotgun. Their attempt at the record failed, but the idea for the first off-road race was born-the Mexican 1000! In this conversation, Pearlman shares stories from the founding of the National Off-Road Racing Association, those early Baja races, and how with Eliseo Garcia Jr., they revived the Mexican 1000 as a vintage rally. Enjoy this conversation that originally aired on July 13, 2020. For a taste of off-road racing, you can join Slow Baja in the Safari 4x4 Class for non-race vehicles. We drive portions of the actual racecourse, see the most scenic parts of the racing and make time for tacos, tequila, and tranquilo! Visit NORRA's website here Follow NORRA on Instagram Follow NORRA on Facebook
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To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/222/29 Dr. Tony Evans says that too many people believe that what they've done in their past has canceled out what God can do in their future. But in this lesson, Dr. Evans tells us a story that demonstrates what a dangerous lie that really is. You'll also find out why deliverance only results from a certain kind of faith.
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Join me as we discover explore all the elements of perfectionism, from its root causes to its surface manifestations, through an Internal Family Systems lens, grounded in a Catholic world view. Through poetry, quotes, research findings, personal examples and the current professional literature, I pull together many strands into a unified whole to help you deeply grasp the internal experience of perfectionism. Intro The Quintessential Persona Leanna Smith We are together in this great adventure, this podcast, Interior Integration for Catholics, we are journeying together, and I am honored to be able to spend this time with you. I am Dr. Peter Malinoski, clinical psychologist and passionate Catholic and together, we are taking on the tough topics that matter to you. We bring the best of psychology and human formation and harmonize it with the perennial truths of the Catholic Faith. Interior Integration for Catholics is part of our broader outreach, Souls and Hearts bringing the best of psychology grounded in a Catholic worldview to you and the rest of the world through our website soulsandhearts.com Let's get into answering the questions -- the who, what, where, when, why, and how of perfectionism. This is episode 85 of the Interior Integration for Catholics Podcast it's titled: Perfectionism: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How Perfectionism -- a major, major problem for so many Catholics. A major, major problem for so many of us. Thomas Curran and Andrew Hill 2019 Psychological Bulletin Article: Perfectionism Is Increasing Over Time: A Meta-Analysis of Birth Cohort Differences From 1989 to 2016 reviewed dozens of studies from a 27 year timespan all using the same instrument the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale by Hewitt and Flett 164 study samples comprising more than 41,000 college students in the US, Canada and Great Britain between 1989 and 2016 Results: there is no doubt. Perfectionism among college students is on the rise. Between 1989 and 2016, the scores for socially prescribed perfectionism — or perceiving that other have excessive expectations of me — increased by 33%. Other-oriented expectations — putting unrealistic expectations on others — went up 16% and self-oriented perfectionism — our irrational desire to be perfect — increased 10% The Who of Perfectionism -- the Parts The What of Perfectionism -- What is it? What are the different kinds of perfectionism, what are the elements? Where Does Perfectionism Come From Within Us When Does Perfectionism Get Activated? Why Does Perfectionism Start and Why Does it Keep Going? How Do We Overcome Perfectionism? How do we resolve it? Not just a descriptive diagnosis, but a proscriptive conceptualization that gives a direction for healing, resolving the perfectionism. Not just symptom management, this is your cross nonsense. There are real crosses that God gives us. Yes. But those crosses fit well. The crosses we impose upon ourselves do not fit well. What -- What is perfectionism? You know that I want precise definitions when we dive into deep topics together. I think it's ironic that there is a lot of unclear, sloppy thinking about perfectionism by perfectionists. Shining a bright clear light on it. Definition of Perfectionism Brene Brown: The Gifts of Imperfection: Perfectionism is a self-destructive and addictive belief system that fuels the primary thought: If I look perfect, live perfectly, and do everything perfectly, I can avoid or minimize painful feelings or shame, judgment and blame Marc Foley O.C.D. Editor of Story of a Soul: Study Edition There is an unhealthy striving for perfection which psychologists call perfectionism. Perfectionism is the state of being driven to achieve a standard of perfection in an area of life that is fueled by either the fear of failure or the need for approval. This unhealthy striving is not the type of perfection to which God calls us. So you may have perfectionistic parts that would like to challenge me on this. Your perfectionistic parts may say to me So, Dr. Peter, Mr. Catholic Psychologist, you want us to have low standards, huh? You think that would be better, for us to be lazy, to be weak, to take our ease, to relax, to give up the fight, to be mediocre, to be lukewarm, huh? Is that what you are saying? Didn't St. Jerome say: Good, better, best, never let it rest, 'till your good is better, and your better's best First off, let's start with your quote. Often attributed to St. Jerome, but there's no evidence for it in his writings: Fr. Horton addresses this alleged quote on his blog fauxtations. September 26, 2016 post. "Good, better, best: St. Jerome?" Oldest google books attribution is from 2009. 1904 Dictionary of Modern Proverbs 1897 Christian Work: Illustrated Family Newspaper. Others attribute it to Tim Duncan, NBA all-star player, often considered the greatest power forward of all time. I want you to pursue excellence. Perfectionism is not the same thing as striving for excellence or a commitment to self-improvement. There is a critical distinction between striving for excellence and perfectionism. Let's discuss what perfectionism is not. Brene Brown: Perfectionism is not self-improvement./ Perfectionism is, at it's core, about trying to earn approval and acceptance Most perfectionists were raised being praised for achievement and performance (grades, manners, rule-following, people-pleasing, appearance, sports). Somewhere along the way, we adopted this dangerous and debilitating belief system: I am what I accomplish and how well I accomplish it. Please. Perform. Perfect. Healthy striving is self-focused – How can I improve? Perfectionism – is other focused – What will they think?” End quote. What will they think? Brene Brown Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent and Lead: “Perfectionism is not the same thing as striving for excellence. Perfectionism is not about healthy achievement and growth. Perfectionism is a defensive move. It's the belief that if we do things perfectly and look perfect, we can minimize or avoid the pain of blame, judgment, and shame.” Agnes M. Stairs, Smith, Zapolski, Combs, and Settles: Clarifying the construct of perfectionism Assessment 2012 732 people 15 different perfectionism measures -- Factor analytic modeling Found nine different personality traits associated with perfectionism: Need for Order, Need for Satisfaction of a Job Well Done, Details and Checking, Perfectionism toward Others, High Personal Standards, Black and White Thinking about Tasks, Perceived Pressure from Others, Dissatisfaction with Personal Performance, Reactivity to Mistakes. 9 personality traits Order I like things to be neat Things should always be put away in their place I like to be orderly in the way I do things Satisfaction I feel satisfied with my work after I do something well I get excited when I do a good job I feel great satisfaction when I feel I have perfected something Details and Checking I often check my work carefully to make sure there are no mistakes It takes me a long time to do something because I check my work many times Perfectionism toward Others I have high standards for the people who are important to me I expect a lot from my friends I expect others to excel at whatever they do High Standards I set extremely high standards for myself I expect high levels of performance from myself I have very high goals Black and White Thinking about Tasks and Activities I will not do something if I cannot do it perfectly There's no point in doing something if I cannot do it perfectly Perceived Pressure from Others People expect high levels of performance from me Others expect me to be perfect I often feel that people make excessive demands of me Dissatisfaction It feels like my best is never good enough I often don't live up to my own standards I rarely feel that what I have done is good enough Reactivity to Mistakes When I make a mistake, I feel really bad If one thing goes wrong, I feel that I cannot do anything right I feel like a complete failure if I do not do something perfectly Signs of Being a Perfectionist GoodTherapy.org article last updated 11-05-2019 Not be able to perform a task unless they know they can do it perfectly. View the end product as the most important part of any undertaking. As a result, they may focus less on the process of learning or completing a task to the best of their ability. Not see a task as finished until the result is perfect according to their standards. Procrastinate. People with perfectionism may not want to begin a task until they know they can do it perfectly. Take an excessive amount of time to complete a task that does not typically take others long to complete. Examples of Perfectionistic Behaviors -- GoodTherapy.org article last updated 11-05-2019 Spending 30 minutes writing and rewriting a two-sentence email. Believing that missing two points on a test is a sign of failure. Difficulty being happy for others who are successful. Holding oneself to the standards of others' accomplishments or comparing oneself unfavorably and unrealistically to others. Skipping class or avoiding a chore because it is pointless to make an effort unless perfection can be achieved. Focusing on the end product rather than the process of learning. Avoiding playing a game or trying a new activity with friends for fear of being shown up as less than perfect. The Who of Perfectionism -- the Parts Definition of Parts: Separate, independently operating personalities within us, each with own unique prominent needs, roles in our lives, emotions, body sensations, guiding beliefs and assumptions, typical thoughts, intentions, desires, attitudes, impulses, interpersonal style, and world view. Each part also has an image of God and also its own approach to sexuality. Robert Falconer calls them insiders. You can also think of them as separate modes of operating if that is helpful. Types of perfectionism -- Jay Early IFS therapist Self-Therapy Volume 3. Four types of perfectionist parts -- Not-enough perfectionist Creative Block perfectionist Control perfectionist Inner Critic Not-Enough perfectionist Always must do more on your projects -- not good enough yet. Working right up to deadlines, perfecting. Afraid to finish project because your perfectionistic parts believe this will expose your shortcomings and led to being judged and ridiculed -- humiliation. Creative Block Perfectionist Need to be perfect the first time Ideas are not good enough Fear of being judged and rejected. Mike Litman: You don't have to get it right. You just have to get it going. This podcast is an example. Didn't know what I was doing. Early episodes were very different. Learning curve. How many people listened? Not many. Control perfectionist World must be perfectly in control and in order. I must always do the right thing. I must always make the right choice Rigid control over behavior Saps vitality Obliterates sponteneity Need predictability to feel safe Inner Critic Enforces the goals of being perfect Judges and shames about your work, your life, your spiritual practices Labels you stupid, incompetent, sloppy, inadequate or bad. Good intention: to help you avoid being judged or shamed for mistakes. Types of Inner Critic: Jay Earley Personal-Growth-Programs.com -- Transforming your Inner Critic. Freedom from your Inner Critic. Perfectionist This critic tries to get you to do things perfectly. It sets high standards for the things your produce, and has difficulty saying something is complete and letting it go out to represent your best work. It tries to make sure that you fit in and that you will not be judged or rejected. Its expectations probably reflect those of people who have been important to you in the past. Guilt-Tripper This critic is stuck in the past. It is unable to forgive you for wrongs you have done or people you have hurt. It is concerned about relationships and holds you to standards of behavior prescribed by your community, culture and family It tries to protect you from repeating past mistakes by making sure you never forget or feel free. Underminer This critic tries to undermine your self-confidence and self-esteem so that you won't take risks. It makes direct attacks on your self-worth so that you will stay small and not take chances where you could be hurt or rejected. It is afraid of your being too big or too visible and not being able to tolerate judgment or failure. Destroyer It makes pervasive attacks on your fundamental self worth. It shames you and makes you feel inherently flawed and not entitled to basic understanding or respect. This most debilitating critic, comes from early life deprivation or trauma. It is motivated by a belief that it is safer not to exist. Molder This critic tries to get you to fit into a certain mold based on standards held by society, your culture or your family. It wants you to be liked and admired and to protect you from being abandoned, shamed or rejected. The Molder fears that the Rebel or the Free Spirit in you would act in ways that are unacceptable. So it keeps you from being in touch with and expressing your true nature. Taskmaster This critic wants you to work hard and be successful. It fears that you may be mediocre or lazy and will be judged a failure if it does not push you to keep going. Its pushing often activates a procrastinator or a rebel that fights against its harsh dictates. Inner Controller This critic tries to control your impulses: eating, drinking, sexual activity, etc. It is polarized with an Indulger –addict who it fears can get out of control at any moment. It tends to be harsh and shaming in an effort to protect you from yourself. It is motivated to try to make you a good person who is accepted and functions well in society. Three Main Manager Roles Contribute to Perfectionism in Catholics. Often in serious Catholics there is a triumvirate of managers who govern the system if there is not sufficient self-energy. Triumvirate trium virum, genitive plural of tres viri "three men," from tres "three" (see three) + viri, plural of vir "man" a group of three men holding power, in particular ( the First Triumvirate ) the unofficial coalition of Julius Caesar, Pompey, and Crassus in 60 BC and ( the Second Triumvirate ) a coalition formed by Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian in 43 BC. Standard Bearer, Primary Manager and the Inner Critic. Talking only about Catholics here, Catholics who take their faith seriously. I'm going to simplify this down. Three roles. Most people are mostly blended most of the time. Rare for someone to be really recollected at a natural level And most of the time with reasonably well functioning people, the blend is with a manager. Managers are the parts who run our systems in such a ways as to proactively minimize exiles being activated and breaking through Managers handle the day-to-day activities Some of these managers are very, very competent, very good at what they do. Efficient, effective. They work strategically, with forethought and planning to keep in control of situations and relationships to minimize the likelihood of you being hurt. They work really hard to keep you safe. controlling, striving, planning, caretaking, judging, Can be pessimistic, self-critical, very demanding. Three major roles in perfectionism. The standard bearer, the primary manager, and the internal critic. Standard Bearer Definition of a Standard for a military unit -- Wikipedia: A bright, colorful flag acting as a strong visual beacon to the soldiers of the unit -- -- it doesn't always have to be a flag. The standard for a Roman Legion was their aquila -- their eagle. The standard of the Roman Legion, the eagle had quasi-religious importance to the Roman soldier, far beyond being merely a symbol of his legion. To lose a standard was extremely grave, and the Roman military went to great lengths both to protect a standard and to recover it if it were lost Is the standard the deep and loving relationship with God? Nope. Is the standard the close, intimate relationship with our Mother Mary? Nyet. What is the standard that the standard bearer carries aloft The standard is the unwritten list of rules and expectations that the standard bearer has come up with by his or her own limited vision, about what he or she things Gods wants from us. The standard is the code of conduct that the standard bearer wishes to impose on all the parts The standard might be quite unreasonable, especially in the extreme cases of perfectionism and scrupulosity And the standard needs to be interpreted -- other parts are not deemed capable of deciphering the standard. Oh no. Who needs to decipher and interpret the standard? That's right, you've got it -- the standard bearer. In the tripartite Freudian model of the mind, The standard bearer corresponds to the superego. The standard bearer wants to act in the role of conscience, giving directives to the system. Why? To keep us safe and secure. That's the goal. Safe from internal enemies (such as exiles with their burdens -- especially shame -- the exiles with their burdens are Freud's Id) and external enemies. Satan, demons, villains of all kinds And also to keep us safe from God's Wrath. Or God's Apathy. Or God's disappointment. Or Something Undesirable from God -- you like, like being smited with a thunderbolt. Good Boy in my system IIC 71 -- A New and Better Way of Understanding Myself and Others If blended. That's key if he blends with me, takes over with other managers, he will lapse into this role of being a standard bearer. Otherwise, he's not like that. Primary Manager This is a part that is blended and in charge almost all the time in fairly "well-adjusted people." When there seems to be a consistent single "personality" you are often seeing what I call the primary manager part. This part can have a lot of self-energy, and only blend to certain degree. This part can also believe that it is essentially the self, or that it needs to function in the role of the self Primary manager parts either Doesn't trust the self Or forget. Lapse back into old patterns Or get caught up when exiles are activated. Collaborator in my system -- formerly the Competent One Inner Critic Evaluator in my system. Formerly my Internal Critic. My internal critic's attitude toward farms growing up in Wisconsin. If I ever have a farm. Now I have a farm. Radical new views. Never painted my barn. How my parts work together on this podcast episode When I am blended and have taken over the self, I set the standards. I speak for God. I am in the role of standard bearer. When I am blended, I shielded Good Boy from the unreasonableness of his demands. I goaded Collaborator, pressed him on to ever better performance. I am the workhorse. Executing. Trying to make it all happen I'm a firefighter. I get angry and rebel against the triumvirate of managers -- YouTube time. Other firefighter activity -- Chocolate, video games, masturbation, porn, food, shopping, chocolate. Backlash exacerbates the polarization. I work to protect us. Where Does Perfectionism Come From Perfectionism is a symptom. It's an effect of a deeper issue. Still a problem in itself. Curran and Hall: Our findings suggest that self-oriented perfectionism, socially prescribed perfectionism, and other-oriented perfectionism have increased over the last 27 years. We speculate that this may be because, generally, American, Canadian, and British cultures have become more individualistic, materialistic, and socially antagonistic over this period, with young people now facing more competitive environments, more unrealistic expectations, and more anxious and controlling parents than generations before. Pete Walker “Perfectionism is the unparalleled defense for emotionally abandoned children. The existential unattainability of perfection saves the child from giving up, unless or until, scant success forces him to retreat into the depression of a dissociative disorder, or launches him hyperactively into an incipient conduct disorder. Perfectionism also provides a sense of meaning and direction for the powerless and unsupported child. In the guise of self-control, striving to be perfect offers a simulacrum of a sense of control. Self-control is also safer to pursue because abandoning parents typically reserve their severest punishment for children who are vocal about their negligence.” Jay Earley: Self-Therapy Vol. 3 chapter on perfectionism. Fear Need for approval Marie Forleo, Everything is Figureoutable “Perfectionism at its core isn't about high standards. It's about fear. Fear of failure. Fear of looking stupid, fear of making a mistake, fear of being judged, criticized, and ridiculed. It's the fear that one simple fact might be true: You're just not good enough. Michael Law “At its root, perfectionism isn't really about a deep love of being meticulous. It's about fear. Fear of making a mistake. Fear of disappointing others. Fear of failure. Fear of success.” Hiding -- driven by shame. Genesis 3. Chinonye J. Chidolue “Perfection is a faux. It's a mask carved by our own poor esteem to hide who we really are and make others see what really isn't us.” But what's behind those? Let's go deeper Shame. Deep sense of fundamental inadequacy. Not being loved. Not being lovable. Essentially flawed. Being bad. Unworthy. Episodes 37-49 When Does Perfectionism Get Activated? Some are perfectionistic all the time Some are episodic. Some of the time. Situation factors or internal factors activate Shame. Fear Anger Shame is: a primary emotion, a bodily reaction, a signal, a judgement, and an action. Why Does it Keep Going? Self Images Shame -- that is the main driver of perfectionism. I am unacceptable as I am right now. I have to engage in a self-improvement program. That's what he took away from experience. Not just taught, but construed. The potential to become good enough to earn the love -- provides hope for the future in the short run. But hamster on a wheel. Breeds rebellion, acting out. Perfectionistic parts always get what they don't want. Winding up alienated, isolated, alone Glennon Doyle Melton "We can choose to be perfect and admired or to be real and loved." Ze Frank -- salty quote: “Perfectionism may look good in his shiny shoes, but he's a bit of an asshole and no one invites him to their pool parties.” How Do We Overcome Perfectionism? Standard Advice -- focused on symtpoms Oregon Counseling Become more aware of your tendencies toward perfectionism Focus on the Positives Allow yourself to make mistakes Set more reasonable goals Learn how to receive Criticism Lower the pressure you put on yourself Focus on meaning over perfection Try not to procrastinate Cut out negative influences Go to therapy. Others Sharon Martin, LCSW in California Practice self-compassion Adopt a growth mindset Instead of focusing on outcomes, enjoy the process Be true to yourself rather than trying to please everyone Be more assertive with your own needs Love your imperfect self. Tanya Peterson Choosing Therapy.com Keep track of your thoughts Practice mindfulness Focus on your strengths Stop comparing yourself to others Find your own meaning and purpose Rekindle your sense of pleasure and gratitude Think about your life at age 100 Let yourself experiment. These are almost all symptom based approaches. Superficial. Likely to not get to the root cause. Sound good. Hard to accomplish though because of the perfectionism and its roots. Two major types of approaches Treat perfectionism as an enemy to be ignored, dismissed, fought against, or overcome. Byron Brown based on the Diamond Approach 1999 Souls without Shame. Robert W. Firestone and colleagues in their Voice Therapy approach Conquer your Inner Critical Voice Rick Carson in his 1983 book Taming Your Gremlin By far the approach most serious Catholic favor in dealing with perfectionism and scrupulosity Will power Suppression Domination over the undesireable internal experience. Triumph of the will! Victory. Never works. Not for long. And when it seems to work, it's unstable, tenuous, shaky. Revenge of the repressed. But what if perfectionism and the parts around it have something important to say to you? Treat perfectionism as an ally to be seen, heard, to be accepted, befriended, understood, and ultimately transformed. Hal and Sidra Stone based on Voice Dialogue, 1993 Embracing your inner critic: turning self-criticism into a creative asset Jay Earley and Bonnie Weiss based on Internal Family Systems therapy 2010 Self-therapy for your inner critic: transforming self-criticism into self-confidence Ann Weiser Cornell based on Inner Relationship Focusing in her 2005 book The Radical Acceptance of Everything Pat Allen also takes this approach in her 1995 book Art Is a Way of Knowing. These approaches see the inner critic as attempting to help or protect the person—but in a covert, distorted, or maladaptive way. This perspective makes it possible to connect with the critic and transform it over time into a helpful ally. Earley's approach. Getting to the root. Shame IIC 37-49. Engage with the parts burdened with shame. Neural Networks -- one neural network Dan Siegel's interpersonal neurobiology. Lee Health IFS is considered a brain-based psychotherapy designed specifically to access and modify neural networks through intentional interactions via a guided meditative processes. These brain based interactions are the key to helping create different pathways often referred to as “rewiring” or “remapping”. IEADP Foundation These processes serve to engage the brain stem, limbic system and prefrontal cortex simultaneously in the safe and emotional tolerable setting of the therapist's office. This increase in the individual's ability to stay in the window of tolerance while being present with strong emotional states, body sensations and memories allows the client to engage the “witnessing mind” and increases the response flexibility to the strong emotional states that previously would elicit eating disorder behaviors Experiential Exercise What did you think -- let me know call or text 317.567.9594. Also, if you have found great resources that were helpful for your scrupulosity or perfectionism let me know. Next episode Episode 86, will come out on November 1, All Saints Day Scrupulosity -- I have such a different take -- Scrupulosity is what happens with perfectionism gets religion. One more element that we haven't discussed that is so central to scrupulosity, that make scrupulosity much more than a religious spiritual perfectionism. My own battle with scrupulosity. Grandpa Roberts: God helps those who help themselves. Today we laid a foundation for understanding perfectionism. Next episode, we get much more into Solutions for scruplosity and perfectionism. Remember, you as a listener can call me on my cell any Tuesday or Thursday from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM. I've set that time aside for you. 317.567.9594. (repeat) or email me at email@example.com. Resilient Catholics Community. 84 on the waiting list. Greater discussion of that in the last episode, episode 84. We have been working through the Individual Results Sheet for dozens of RCC members -- amazed at how our Initial Measures Kit can provoke all kinds of new thinking about their parts and their internal worlds. Work with Catholic Standard Bearers, Primary Managers and Inner Critics Catholic therapists or therapists in training -- If you are really interested in Internal Family System and you want to be with me and other Catholic therapists, working on your human formation with your colleagues, The Interior Therapist Community is for you. 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In part two of my two-part series, I tell you about what happened next with cult leader Terri Hoffman and the mysterious deaths that continued to occur among the members of her North Dallas cult known as Conscious Development. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theconspiratorspodcast Notes: https://www.dmagazine.com/publications/d-magazine/1982/december/rise-and-fall-of-a-north-dallas-cult-conscious-development/ https://culteducation.com/group/1188-terri-hoffman/20405-the-curse-of-the-black-lords.html https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1994-02-13-mn-22283-story.html https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com/wiki/Charles_Southern_Jr. https://truenoirstories.wordpress.com/2016/12/31/terri-hoffman/ Music: Despair and Triumph by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3641-despair-and-triumph License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Cryptic Sorrow by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3568-cryptic-sorrow License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Mesmerize by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4994-mesmerize License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Dexter Britain, The Tea Party https://dexterbritain.com/
God Almighty, it's finally happened: The long-rumored (and much-leaked) Castlevania Advanced Collection is indeed coming to PlayStation 4. Actually, it's available right now, bringing along with it some wondrous vampiric action out of the clear blue sky (or dark night). Surprise! Then, in another piece of news that can only be described as For Colin, Square Enix randomly revealed a remake of 1991's SNES classic ActRaiser, also available now. Talk about random (and awesome). For many, though, the bigger news of the week will be word of former Sony second party partner Quantic Dream reportedly making a Star Wars game. And it's apparently not the Star Wars game you'd expect, leaving us much to discuss. Also percolating are some new THQ Nordic announcements, some key secrets hidden in both PS4's and PS5's recent firmware update, and even rumors that famous fighting game Marvel vs. Capcom 2 may be making a comeback. Then, as is typical, we like to wrap things up with your inquiries. Will Sony ever update the PlayStation Plus Collection? Was the PlayStation 3 generation one of gaming history's very best? Could Microsoft's next purchase set off a cascade of bad press for the Xbox brand? Will Chris finally test the very boundaries of his mysterious and arcane powers? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices