Join Andy and Daniel, and returning face Mark, as they talk about a mixed week on the pitch for Aston Villa. The lads catch up on the lacklustre local derby with Wolverhampton Wanderers, and FA Cup humiliation at the hands of Stevenage. There's also conversation about Unai Emery's first signing Alex Moreno, Archer to Boro and Wright to Plymouth, further transfer speculation, the upcoming Leeds game and much more.
Gen Xers are the proud CEO's of the Big Box Store named Resilience. We owned it, operated it and sold it as the best thing anyone could buy. Yes, I am proud of being resilient because the opposite of that would be me collapsing under pressure (and lord knows when we get to middle age, there are a lot of pressures).However, as a Gen Xer, I have also seen the underbelly of resilience, the corrupt, maladaptive side of a trait that has lead to feeling like we need to do it on our own and take on everything happening around us. We decided to tackle this topic because while we love being resilient, we are also tired of being masters of the struggle.Are you underpaid? Is your lack of visibility hurting your ability to ask for the money you deserve? You can now stand out, be seen and unapologetically ask for what you're worth. Save your spot for our Self Promote + Negotiate Webinar. It's happening on Thursday, January 19 at 1pm EST. Go to www.moderngenxwoman.com/negotiation This free webinar is for both career women and entrepreneurs. We're talking about… Gen X synonymous with resilienceTrusting yourself to have your own back, instinct and intuition rule more than we give ourselves credit forBeing adaptable to what life throws at us, adaptable to change, adaptable to growth. Adaptability is more important than resilience Resilience isn't a badge of honor or proof of your ability to handle it all on your own. How we've become masters of the struggle, sitting alone with those struggles, fiercely independent and stoic in our determination to fix thingsWe keep going and going and going until we collapse or find ourselves crying in the bathroomWhy we need to start asking for help. This isn't a weakness. This isn't a burden. This is part of being human.We complain A LOT about our circumstances and use our resilience as an excuse to stay in those situations instead of making the changes necessary to better our circumstances.Mentioned in this episode: 2022 Modern Gen X Woman of the Year Catherine Balsam-Schwaber Kindra Menopause products TEDx Talk: The Myth of Powering Through The Body Keeps the Score: Mind, Brain and Body in the Healing of Trauma Are you a Modern Gen X Woman? Get the Modern Gen X Woman Manifesto. Send Me the Manifesto! Join our Facebook Community Modern Gen X Woman. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Google Podcast / Stitcher
The Urban Binge - Sunday Flow Show Season 1 Ep. 5 The Gospel Music Podcast • Return Of #RHOA • #NeneLeakes Files Lawsuit On #Bravo & #AndyCohen Plus Names #KimZolciak In Lawsuit • Bishop Eddie Long Accuser • Bebe & Cece Verzuz Mary Mary Plus New Generation Music verzuz Past or Old School Music • Discussing Newly Discovered Youtube Channel With Shocking Content #SoftWhiteUnderbelly • #Rihanna Pregnant & Dealing With Stressful situation • #DerekChauvin Wants Out Of Jail + Much More @funkydineva @SoftWhiteUnderbelly @KandiOnline The Urban Binge Sunday Flow Show - New Inspirational & Comedic Podcast / Youtube Show Featuring Gospel Music & Videos w/ Special Guest & Give-Aways + Much More. Sunday Flow Show Is Your New Sunday Morning Inspirational Radio Talk Show To Help You Get Through The Week With Ease. Here Every Week Helping You With The Tools You Need To Get Over Daily Hurdles. Consider T.U.B. Sunday Flow Show Your Weekly Inspirational Vitamin. On Sunday Flow Show We Will Talk Trending News & Hot Topics. A Mixture Of Praise & Worship & Praise Jamming. #WallsGroup #BebeandCece #MaryMary #TheUrbanBinge #ribeltv #revjamescleveland #donaldlawrence #johnpkee #bslade #KurtCarr #rickydillard #thepacesisters #duranicepace #latricepace #kierrasheard #yolandaadams #donniemcclurkin #faithevans #darwinhobbs #leandriajohnson #kimburrell #tonex #podcast #podcastlife #podcastlife #podcastersofinstagram #podcasts #gospelpodcast #podcastshow #podcasthost #music #gospel #gospelmusic #gospelrap #cogic #praise1025 #vickiewinans #theclarksisters #thewallsgroup #melvincrispell #videogospel #larrytinsley #atlanta #newyork #nyc #atl #gospelradio #musicpodcast #podcasters #urbanbingeclothingco #georgefloyd #asaprocky #Rihanna #MarloHampton #KandiBurruss #SanyaRichards #KenyaMoore #DrewSidora #ShereeWhitfield #PorshaWilliams #NeneLeakes # To any claimant seeking distortion, removal or review of owned content is surely mistaken, and should primarily review the original content in comparison to ours. Which, is covered under the fair use Act for use in our creative content. introducing: RiBelTV The Urban Binge — The Urban Binge is your new daily dose of pop culture with trending news, exclusives on your fave celebs, also exposing you to new & upcoming artist, as well as interesting family & lifestyle topics. Overall dedicated to bringing you all the shenanigans you might've missed while grinding tryna get the BAG
Any fan of mob movies is likely familiar with one of their central lessons: Don't be a snitch. Informants have been fuel for Hollywood for decades. In reality, the use of snitches has become a key feature of the US criminal system. In this episode, we hear from a legal scholar who suggests the problems with snitching go far beyond the tattle-tale accusations you see in the movies. In this episode: Alexandra Natapoff (@ANatapoff), Harvard Law professor and the author of Snitching: Criminal Informants and the Erosion of Justice Episode credits: This episode was produced by Negin Owliaei with Chloe K Li, Amy Walters and our host Halla Mohieddeen. Ruby Zaman fact-checked this episode. Our production team includes Chloe K Li, Alexandra Locke, Ashish Malhotra, Negin Owliaei, Amy Walters and Ruby Zaman. Our sound designer is Alex Roldan. Aya Elmileik and Adam Abou-Gad are our engagement producers. Ney Alvarez is Al Jazeera's head of audio. Connect with us: @AJEPodcasts on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook
Jon UdryWelcome to Eyes & Teeth talking Variety and Showbusiness getting to know great performers behind the scenes.We literally go behind the stage door today as I talk to the brilliant Jon Udry about his Lockdown shows, Cruise Ship Life, festivals and his brand new book in which he penned his experience performing in venues beginning with the letters of the alphabet across the UK.Jon also tells me about juggling on the radio and his Variety Bungalow show recorded live in his home. Covid years created weird and strange gigs but then our business we have always had challenges.Welcome to Eyes & teeth – that's Showbiz Jon Udry
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Air Date 11/30/2022 Today, we take a look at the context of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar including the labor abuses endemic in the construction of the facilities, the authoritarianism and anti-LGBTQ policies of the Qatari government, and the corruption fundamental to the inner working of FIFA that brought the tournament to Qatar in the first place. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows and Bonus Content) BestOfTheLeft.com/HOLIDAY (BOTL GIFT GUIDE!) Join our Discord community! SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: Qatar and a World Cup controversy - Front Burner - Air Date 11-10-22 In the decade since Qatar won its bid to host this year's tournament, allegations of bribery, discrimination and human rights abuses have threatened to overshadow the game. Ch. 2: What Does Qatar Want? - Pro Revolution Soccer - Air Date 11-25-22 Tom speaks to Lebanese writer and activist Ali Reda about why Gulf petrostates are investing billions into football – particularly in the north of England – and what the British state gets out of the deal. Ch. 3: Qatar and the World Cup of Shame - Burn It All Down - Air Date 4-20-21 We discuss the (longstanding) controversy around the Qatar 2022 FIFA Men's World Cup including the ongoing inhumane working conditions and indentured servitude for migrant laborers building stadiums that have led to at least 6,500 deaths Ch. 4: World Cup: Welcome to Qatar! - Today, Explained - Air Date 11-4-22 Soccer is sometimes called “the second religion of the Arab World,” and Qatar is the region's first country to host the World Cup. Ch. 5: Qatar World Cup: FIFA president defends tournament in extraordinary speech - Channel 4 News - Air Date 11-19-22 FIFA's President Gianni Infantino gave an extraordinary speech in which he railed against Western hypocrisy over migrant workers Ch. 6: 'One Love' campaign hit by threat of FIFA sanctions - DW News - Air Date 11-21-22 The threat of sanctions has resulted in the seven European nations who had signed up to the One Love campaign, including England and Germany, announcing their decision to abandon plans to wear the rainbow-themed captain's armbands. Ch. 7: Boom in demand for 'One Love' arm bands banned by FIFA - FRANCE 24 English - Air Date 11-24-22 The "One Love" armbands that captains of some teams at the World Cup had been intending to wear to show support for the LGBTQ+ community are seeing a boom in demand among the general public after FIFA decided to ban players from wearing the armbands. Ch. 8: Qatar World Cup - Last Week Tonight with John Oliver - Air Date 11-21-22 John Oliver discusses the Qatar World Cup, the human rights violations happening in the sporting event's host country, and what perfection really means to David Beckham. Ch. 9: Human Rights and the Qatar World Cup - Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters - Air Date 11-16-22 In this episode, we speak with Michael Page, deputy director in the Middle East and North Africa division at Human Rights Watch We discuss how and why migrant workers were exploited in Qatar and then have a conversation about human rights MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 10: How FIFA corrupted the World Cup - Vox - Air Date 11-23-22 FIFA announced the 2022 World Cup would take place in a surprising country, Qatar. At that same meeting, they also announced that the 2018 World Cup would take place in Russia. These selections set off a new chapter in FIFA's history FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 11: Final comments on the propaganda master class put on by the president of FIFA Reference: FIFA President Gianni Infantino Press conference MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions) Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com
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On episode 36 of the B-side I speak to Australian boxing legend Nader Hamdan. Once ranked No.2 in the world behind Oscar De La Hoya in 2003. He fought some of the world's best, across all corners of the globe waging wars against the likes of Anthony Mundine, Arthur Abraham, Sam Soliman, and John Wayne Parr.He's thrown his hat into the entertainment ring, appearing on shows like The Contender, East West, Mr Inbetween, The Ropes, Heartbreak High, and Underbelly.We talk about growing up in the diverse and once working-class suburb of Marrickville, where he was bullied as a child and became an angry, out-of-control teenager; who turned his life around by taking his passion for fighting off the street and into the ring at Newtown Police boys club. There he met trainer and fellow Marrickville legend, world champion boxer Jeff Fenech.He talks about his boxing career, shares the details of his toughest fight, and the drive that gave him the ability to push through serious injuries and never take a backward step, earning him the ring name 'Lionheart'.We discuss what happens behind the scenes of a fight promotion, the rules of trash talk, and how he caught the attention of some of the world's best once he started embracing the bad-boy persona. And we jam on the merit of 'entertainment' or 'exhibition' fights in the boxing world where YouTubers like Jake Paul or ex-footballers like Paul Gallen and Sonny Bill Williams fight legitimate boxers or MMA stars like Mark Hunt.Nader talks about his son Hassan Hamdan, a potential boxing champion in his own right, who is following in his dad's footsteps, being coached by Jeff Fenech and making waves on the boxing scene.And he talks about the principles of discipline, respect, and self-belief, being crucial to establishing his successful career in boxing, and have become the driving force behind his mission to help bring direction to troubled youth and help others turn their lives around.This was a cracking episode, Nader is a beautiful soul and a great friend, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. Cheers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Fresh off the absolute anxiety trip that Black Friday and Cyber Monday instils in the girls, they get to talking about scams they have been subject to over the years. From Baby Clara's Jeremy Clarkson obsession that steered her into a bit of debt, to Sophie's most recent Facebook Marketplace rouse that almost left her sans-dignity, the girls are diving headfirst into the sick world of scamming and dish the top tell-tale signs that you're being targeted by a criminal mastermind.Le finale episode before Christmas hiatus, keep an eye on Insta for a merry good time musical performance a la Clara and SophieLinks:The Santa Clauses on Disney+Lindsay Lohan discussed on The C Word Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kayla is joined by writer and yoga teacher, Jessamyn Stanley, who has created her own space and community for all those who are seeking inner peace with their bodies. As a queer, Black woman who doesn't meet the racist and fatphobic standards of the mainstream health industry, Jessamyn is bringing us back to moving not for the sake of social pressures but to feel good.Follow JessamynJessamyn's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mynameisjessamyn/Check out the Underbelly: www.theunderbelly.com Check out We Go High: https://www.wegohigh.info/ Follow Us:Instagram: www.instagram.com/candicekayla/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/CandiceKayla Website: www.candicekayla.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chatting With Sherri welcomes back award winning director; Tony Tilse! Tony Tilse is an Australian television director. He won the Australian Directors' Guild Award for best direction of a TV drama series (periodical) and TV mini-series for Underbelly in 2008. He also directed; Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries; A female sleuth sashays through the back lanes and jazz clubs of Melbourne in the late 1920s, fighting injustice with her pearl-handled pistol and her dagger-sharp wit. Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears; After freeing a young girl from her unjust imprisonment in Jerusalem, Phryne Fisher begins to unravel a mystery concerning priceless emeralds, ancient curses and the truth behind the suspicious disappearance of Shirin's forgotten tribe. And his newest show is Netflix series Mr. Midnight: Beware the Monsters; A group of teenagers come together to try and solve a series of strange supernatural occurrences in their town, which appear to be centered around their friend's emerging mystical abilities. Tony also directed; The Postcard Bandit and Murder in the Outback based upon the disappearance of British tourist Peter Falconio in the Australian Outback in 2001 and docu-drama c, which was based upon the events of the 2001 Black Christmas Bushfires as well as several episodes of sci-fi series Farscape.
Want to find out what the US government was hiding from unassuming citizens? Want to feel some rage that will have you wanting to fight the power? Then this is just the episode for you! Listen in to find out just what Kayla and Karina have to share this week.
An actress and filmmaker, Jennifer Westfeldt is perhaps best known for writing, producing and starring in the indie films Kissing Jessica Stein (Indie Spirit Nomination, Golden Satellite Award, GLAAD Media Award, multiple Audience Awards), Ira & Abby (Best Actress/HBO Comedy Festival, multiple Audience Awards), and Friends with Kids (Top Ten Films of 2012, New York Magazine, NPR), which also marked her directorial debut. Her television credits include Younger,This Is Us, Girls, 24, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Notes from the Underbelly, and Children's Hospital, among others. Jennifer made her Broadway debut opposite Donna Murphy in Wonderful Town, directed by Kathleen Marshall, for which she received a Tony nomination, a Theater World Award and a Drama League Award. Other notable stage work includes the world premieres of Scott Z. Burns' The Library at the Public Theater, directed by Stephen Soderbergh; Nell Benjamin's The Explorer's Club at Manhattan Theater Club; Nicky Silver's Too Much Sun opposite Linda Lavin at The Vineyard Theater; Joe Gilford's Finks at NYSAF; Cusi Cram's A Lifetime Burning at Primary Stages; and Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros' Big Sky at The Geffen Playhouse. On the writing side, Jennifer recently adapted Robinne Lee's novel The Idea of You to the screen; the film, starring Anne Hathaway and directed by Michael Showalter, is shooting this fall for Amazon Studios. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today we're joined by a favorite guest, Genevieve Gluck, founder of and investigative journalist for Reduxx, to discuss the horrors of gender and trans theory. We begin with a recap of the roots of transgender ideology and its progression from academia to mainstream. We discuss autogynephilia and the dark, real reasons why grown men might want to identify as women. We look at the case of Dylan Mulvaney and his desire to identify as a "girl" rather than a woman. We look at the origins of the trans flag and discuss Jacob Breslow, a professor at the London School of Economics who stepped down from his position as a trustee for U.K.-based trans activist organization after it was revealed that he made statements and published academic work that favorably portrayed pedophilia. Then, we look at WPATH and its advocacy to lower the age of kids who are able to get gender-affirming treatments, as well as what the fascination is with freezing kids in perpetual pre-puberty. Watch our 2022 Democrat Campaign Ad here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgoGn5AGQXU&t=60s&ab_channel=AllieBethStuckey --- Timecodes: [02:20] Interview with Genevieve begins [7:19] How did trans ideology become mainstream? [11:23] Males of Reddit & autogynephilia [15:20] Dylan Mulvaney's view of women [20:30] Trans flag origins [27:40] Gender dysphoria & trans ideology for men vs. women [33:45] Jacob Breslow and porn's influence on pedophilia [46:05] Child indoctrination / WPATH --- Today's Sponsors: A'Del — go to adelnaturalcosmetics.com and enter promo code "ALLIE" for 25% off your first order! Naturally It's Clean — visit naturallyitsclean.com/allie and use promo code "ALLIE" to receive 15% off your order. Genucel — go to genucel.com/ALLIE and use code "ALLIE" at checkout for a special discount. Blaze Election Night — join Allie, Glenn Beck, Jason Whitlock, Steve Deace, and all of BlazeTV LIVE on election night and watch the results come in together. Join us at 7:45pm ET over at BlazeTV.com or the BlazeTV YouTube channel. Use promo code is REDWAVE for $30 off your BlazeTV subscription. --- Links: Reduxx: "Resigned Trans Youth Charity Trustee Authored Blog on “Minor Attraction,” Praised a Child Porn Creator" https://reduxx.info/resigned-trans-youth-charity-trustee-authored-blog-on-minor-attraction-praised-child-porn-creators/ --- Previous Episode with Genevieve Gluck: Ep 636 | How BDSM, Porn, & Pedophilia Are Tied to Transgender Ideology | Guest: Genevieve Gluck https://apple.co/3UiGWwq --- "R.I.P. ROE" Sticker: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey/products/rip-roe-sticker "Go VOTE" Sticker: https://shop.blazemedia.com/products/vote-sticker?pr_prod_strat=use_description&pr_rec_id=6552e1052&pr_rec_pid=7931910291709&pr_ref_pid=7926489317629&pr_seq=uniform --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise – use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
They may have sounded like a boy band, but for a hot minute, this group of frenemies terrorised Melbourne's western suburbs - before turning on themselves. Like the show? Get more at https://heraldsun.com.au/andrewrule Crimestoppers: https://crimestoppers.com.au/ If you or anyone you know needs helpLifeline: 13 11 14Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Matthew Campbell (@MattCampbell) is an award-winning reporter and editor for Bloomberg Businessweek magazine and the co-author, with Kit Chellel, of Dead in the Water: A True Story of Hijacking, Murder, and a Global Maritime Conspiracy. What We Discuss with Matthew Campbell: The International Chamber of Shipping estimates about 90 percent of world trade is carried by the international shipping industry to the tune of around $14 trillion (about 2/3rds of the US GDP) per year. Piracy persists in places along these lucrative shipping lines because people who have nothing to lose are willing to risk their lives for potentially big payouts. Why insurance surveyor David Mockett didn't quite buy the story that Somali pirates had attacked oil tanker Brillante Virtuoso when he investigated the site — and how it led to his murder. Insurance fraud is one of the world's oldest rackets, with instances documented as far back as ancient Greece. Why rogue ship owners will fly "flags of convenience" — flags of countries with fewer regulations than the ones from which their ships are actually owned. And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/739 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Did you hear our conversation with Paul Holes, the former investigator known for his contributions to solving the Golden State Killer case using advanced methods of identification with DNA and genealogy technology? Catch up with episode 725: Paul Holes | Solving America’s Cold Cases here! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
We're joined by our friend Justine Norton-Kertson of Solarpunk Magazine, to discuss the radical -- almost utopian -- hope that seems to define Solarpunk. This is a rich conversation covering Solarpunk Magazine itself, the role of science fiction and aesthetics in political movements, solarpunk's intersection with other political philosophies, and much more! "Justine Norton-Kertson (they/he/she) is an author of stories, games, poems, and music, as well as a publisher and community organizer. Their work has been featured in over a dozen magazines including Utopian Science Fiction Magazine, Rulerless, and Jupiter Review. Justine is editing a forthcoming solarpunk anthology for AK Press and their lunarpunk anthology, Bioluminescent, is forthcoming in January 2023. Her nonfiction book, Solarpunk Witchcraft: A Radical Spiritual Praxis, is forthcoming from Microcosm Publishing in 2024. She can be found on Twitter @jankwrites." --https://solarpunkmagazine.com/editorial-team/ twitter.com/jankwrites twitter.com/solarpunklitmag https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/androidpress/bioluminescent-a-lunarpunk-anthology https://solarpunkmagazine.com/ -- Connect with Non Serviam Media on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Mastadon! Listen to the Non Serviam Podcast on your favorite podcast platform: iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and more! If you'd like to see more anarchist and anti-authoritarian interviews, please consider supporting this project financially by becoming a Patreon www.patreon.com/nonserviammedia -- 00:00:00 Introduction 00:01:32 Justine's Sci-Fi Influences 00:05:16 Justine's Background 00:08:22 Solarpunk Magazine 00:13:34 Dystopia 00:15:12 Radical Hope 00:18:58 Cyberpunk vs. Solarpunk 00:22:16 The Underbelly of Utopia 00:28:57 The Role of Aesthetic 00:36:34 Nuclear Power in Solarpunk 00:40:51 Ecofascism and Solarpunk 00:47:13 Is Solarpunk Anti-Statist? 00:51:23 Solarpunk Markets 00:56:20 Cappuccino 00:59:32 Replicators and Wealth 01:02:09 Making the Future 01:05:32 People Over Technology 01:08:25 Imperfection 01:11:31 Dismissive Demands 01:15:24 Fictitious Futures 01:18:44 Balancing Agenda and Narrative 01:22:22 Cornerstone Texts 01:24:45 Current Projects 01:28:10 Lunarpunk Horizons 01:29:36 Outro
Activist, broadcaster, author and founder of Mother Pukka, Anna Whitehouse delves into the underbelly of the internet and the fight for flexible working. Anna's campaign, Flex Appeal has been quoted in parliament, featured on national TV and seen her lead lycra-clad flash mobs around UK town centres. Anna is also a columnist for Grazia, is co-presenter of the Dirty Mother Pukka Podcast, hosts her own Sunday night radio show on Heart FM and - with her husband - has co-authored two Sunday times bestselling books: Parenting the Shit Out of Life and Where's My Happy Ending? Anna's debut novel, Underbelly, is out now. Anna's book choices are: ** The Adventurous Four: Shipwrecked by Enid Blyton ** Sorrow and Bliss by Meg Mason ** My Thoughts Exactly by Lily Allen ** Three Women by Lisa Taddeo ** My Sister the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite Vick Hope, multi-award winning TV and BBC Radio 1 presenter, author and journalist, is the host of season five of the Women's Prize for Fiction Podcast. Every week, Vick will be joined by another inspirational woman to discuss the work of incredible female authors. The Women's Prize is one of the most prestigious literary awards in the world, and they continue to champion the very best books written by women. Don't want to miss the rest of Season Five? Listen and subscribe now! This podcast is sponsored by Baileys and produced by Bird Lime Media.
In July 2011, the oil tanker Brillante Virtuoso was drifting through the treacherous Gulf of Aden when a crew of pirates attacked and set her ablaze. When David Mockett, a maritime surveyor, inspected the vessel, he was left with more questions than answers. Soon after his inspection, Mockett was killed in a car bombing.
Readers beware, you're in for a scare! Matt and Roswell take a trip back to 1895 to discuss Robert Chambers seminal short story collection: The King in Yellow. This 'weird fiction' work was highly influential on later horror writers such as H.P. Lovecraft, Steven King, and Nic Pizzolatto. We discuss three short stories and their relevance to this podcasts ever present themes of occultism and elite misconduct. Also discussed are Victorian era drug use, Oscar Wilde (and his crimes), and our decision to use NPR voice.
Jessamyn Stanley does it all! She's a yoga teacher, wellness influencer, fat acceptance advocate, author, podcaster and so much more! In each of these roles Jessamyn is reframing how we view people and things. As founder of The Underbelly, which she describes as a “wellness community for the rest of us,” Jessamyn is making room for everyone to achieve holistic wellness. On her podcast, Dear Jessamyn, she gives listeners access to her own relationship to act as an example. On the show, Jessamyn and I talk about this reframing as well as her books, yoga, and the fat acceptance movement. Learn more about Jessamyn Stanley here. -- Love the podcast? Please follow us or subscribe for FREE, rate, and leave us a review! Follow Liz on Instagram: @lizbohannon @ssekodesigns. This podcast is produced by Hueman Group Media. Follow us on IG @huemangroupmedia and Twitter @hueman_media. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Shoutout to our Partners at ExpressVPN Go to https://expressvpn.com/nojump and find out how you can get 3 months of ExpressVPN free! ----- Lima Jevremovic talks in depth about the accusation against her, her app, Amanda Rabb and more. 00:00 Intro 0:00 - Coming on No Jumper to tell her side of the story after getting canceled after her Soft White Underbelly interview 4:28 - Lima gives her backstory on her childhood 9:04 - Founding her own mental health startup company called Aura 10:45 - Lima explains how she raised money to start her company 13:07 - An investor did this to her during a meeting 17:24 - Deciding to build an app to help people 19:00 - Lima explains how virtual reality and exposure therapy can help people 31:35 - How Lima used Instagram to attract attention and her first investor. Going all in on Aura 37:00 - Connecting with Mark from Soft White Underbelly and doing her first interview 38:00 - Why Lima didn't originally want to work with Amanda from Soft White Underbelly. 40:38 - Lima reacts to Amanda's quote: “I don't want no girl my age video gaming me” 41:22 - Lima reacts to backlash against her “conservatorship or jail” comment. Struggling to get Amanda into treatment 45:55 - Responding to the idea that she should have just left Amanda alone. Being one of the only people in Amanda's life 47:05 - Getting the call that Amanda passed in her sleep and the mysterious circumstances around it 52:51 - Lima explains disappointing attempts to raise money for Amanda on Soft White Underbelly. 54:10 - Responding to the backlash that Lima is white and Amanda is black so she is taking advantage of BLM 59:48 - Adam explains why he doesn't take the backlash against Lima seriously 1:01:55 - Lima explains how Amanda lied about her parents in her SWU interviews 1:06:00 - Lima explains everything she did to help Amanda 1:07:50 - Why Lima doesn't give money to homeless people 1:10:17 - Lima reveals that she took out a large loan without her husband's knowledge to pay for Amanda's treatment 1:18:36 - How Lima connected with Bam Margera to help share Amanda's story 1:20:44 - The same woman who started “Free Bam” started the “Lima K*lled Amanda” movement 1:23:05 - How the “Free Bam” movement has made Bam's situation worse 1:30:10 - Lima responds to the backlash that she lied about Amanda's autopsy report 1:40:40 - Lima had a nervous breakdown before coming on to No Jumper ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the crypto world, MEV (‘Maximal Extractable Value') refers to block producers' ability to reorganize the sequence of transactions in any given block to extract a premium. While MEV can be used nefariously in instances such as front-running large transactions, it can also be used for arbitrage opportunities that do not directly impact other market participants. In this episode of The Scoop, we take a closer look at the world of MEV with Viktor Bunin, a protocol specialist at Coinbase, and Stephane Gosselin, the founder of Flashbots — a research project that provides MEV solutions to Ethereum validators. According to Gosselin, the purpose of Flashbots is to make markets more efficient: “We look at market structures, we research them and we develop products to try to improve them, and make sure that they're aligned with the intent of the chains that they're operating on top of.” How Flashbots works in practice is essentially by creating a separate layer where users can bid against each other to have their transactions included on the blockchain. As Bunin explains, “It essentially creates a private mempool or a ‘fastlane' where it says, ‘Hey, you're welcome to compete all you'd like, but you should do it at this layer,' and then there will be a standardized way by which whoever is a winning bid — essentially the winning transaction — that will be the one that gets included on the blockchain and no others.” Episode 91 of Season 4 of The Scoop was recorded remotely with The Block's Frank Chaparro and Viktor Bunin, protocol specialist at Coinbase and Stephane Gosselin, MEV boost architect & co-founder of Flashbots. Listen below, and subscribe to The Scoop on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Email feedback and revision requests to email@example.com. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors Tron, Chainalysis & IWC Schaffhausen About Tron TRON is dedicated to accelerating the decentralization of the internet via blockchain technology and decentralized applications (dApps). Founded in September 2017 by H.E. Justin Sun, the TRON network has continued to deliver impressive achievements since MainNet launch in May 2018. July 2018 also marked the ecosystem integration of BitTorrent, a pioneer in decentralized Web3 services boasting over 100 million monthly active users. The TRON network completed full decentralization in December 2021 and is now a community-governed DAO. | TRONDAO | Twitter | Discord | About Chainalysis Chainalysis is the leading blockchain data platform. We provide data, software, services, and research to government agencies, exchanges, financial institutions, and insurance and cybersecurity companies in over 60 countries. Backed by Accel, Addition, Benchmark, Coatue, Paradigm, Ribbit, and other leading firms in venture capital, Chainalysis builds trust in blockchains to promote more financial freedom with less risk. For more information, visit www.chainalysis.com. About IWC Schaffhausen IWC Schaffhausen is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer based in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Known for its unique engineering approach to watchmaking, IWC combines the best of human craftsmanship and creativity with cutting-edge technology and processes. With collections like the Portugieser and the Pilot's Watches, the brand covers the whole spectrum from elegant timepieces to sports watches. For more information, visit IWC.com.
In the third episode of our type II diabetes series, our patient Tabby joins us to speak about her experience with insulin, monitoring blood glucose, and lifestyle modifications. We wrap up the mini-series with some specific advice from both our patient and expert interviewees.Share your reactions and questions with us at Speak Pipe . We might feature you on a future episode!=== Outline ===IntroductionChapter 9 - Starting InsulinChapter 10 - Day-to-Day ManagementChapter 11 - Hypoglycemia and Difficult ConversationsChapter 12 - Lifestyle ChangesChapter 13 - Advice to Patients and PractitionersConclusion=== Learning Points ===When adding a new insulin therapy, consider factors such as cost, the patient's eating habits, and their attitude toward injectionsThe ADA recommends starting insulin if the A1c is over 10% when symptoms of hyperglycemia are under poor control, or in patients with ESRD. When teaching patients how to monitor their own glucose, take the time to teach them how to use a glucometer and record their blood sugarsEducate patients and loved ones on how to identify hypoglycemia and how to treat it.=== Our Expert(s) ===Dr. Tracy Rabin is an Internist and Pediatrician who joined the Yale faculty in 2011 as a member of the Section of General Internal Medicine (YSM Department of Internal Medicine), and currently serves as the Associate Program Director for Global and Community Health in the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program (YPC). She attends and teaches on the medical wards at the St. Raphael's Campus (SRC) of Yale-New Haven Hospital; directs care and precepts residents in the SRC Adult Primary Care Diabetes Clinic.=== References ===[American Diabetes Association] Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2022 Abridged for Primary Care Providers: https://diabetesjournals.org/clinical/article/40/1/10/139035/Standards-of-Medical-Care-in-Diabetes-2022 HUSKY Health Program | Providers | Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGM) Policy: https://www.huskyhealthct.org/providers/provider_postings/policies_procedures/Continuous_Glucose_Monitors_Policy.pdf [American Diabetes Association] Hypoglycemia: https://www.diabetes.org/healthy-living/medication-treatments/blood-glucose-testing-and-control/hypoglycemia === About Us ===The Primary Care Pearls (PCP) Podcast is created in collaboration with faculty, residents, and students from the Department of Internal Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine. The project aims to create accessible medical education podcast episodes that center on a patient's lived experience with a disease.Hosts: Katie Gielissen, Maisie OrsilloPost-Production Assistant: Christina LiuLogo and name: Eva ZimmermanTheme music and Editing: Josh OnyangoOther background music: The Tides, Yen, Joel Cummins, Underbelly & Ty Mayer, Bobby Richards, DJ Williams, Dan Henig, Surviving the Asteroid BeltInstagram: @pcpearlsTwitter: @PCarePearlsListen on most podcast platforms: linktr.ee/pcpearls
Tiff Stevenson has been a Fringe fixture since 2006, debuting as a solo act in 2009. Stevenson was already established on the circuit in 2012 when, following her appearance in ITV's 'Show Me The Funny', she brought 'Uncomfortably Numb' to Edinburgh, She continues to bring new material to the Fringe, with this year's 'Sexy Brain' picking up five star reviews; And year round she runs and MCs the monthly new material night 'Old Rope' each month at London's Comedy Store. So let's go back in time, back to The Underbelly, and back to Tiff Stevenson's ‘Uncomfortably Numb'
Bryce Eddy interviews Brad Martin, a stunt man who has worked in Hollywood for over 2 decades. They discuss the dark underbelly of Hollywood and the trickle-down degeneracy that has been pushed through their stories for a long time. To get a FREE info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with precious metals in a TAX-SHELTERED account text LIBERTY to 989898. Use discount code LIBERTY @ https://www.goodranchers.com/ to receive $30 off your purchase PLUS FREE Express Shipping. Visit https://www.devotedcapital.com/ or dial 805-372-0821 to learn more about value-based investing with Devoted Capital today! BE A THREAT TO THE GREAT RESET! Join our community by Subscribing to us on: Liftable TV - https://watch.liftable.tv/series/XOi2uRcOSGlo-liberty-station Rumble - https://rumble.com/c/LibertyStation Brighteon - https://www.brighteon.com/channels/libertystation YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiXnArqAIXmVLZSSwEyd1HQ Podcast - https://omny.fm/shows/liberty-station Watch the Out of Shadows Documentary at https://www.outofshadows.org/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bryce Eddy interviews Brad Martin, a stunt man who has worked in Hollywood for over 2 decades. They discuss the dark underbelly of Hollywood and the trickle-down degeneracy that has been pushed through their stories for a long time.To get a FREE info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with precious metals in a TAX-SHELTERED account text LIBERTY to 989898.Use discount code LIBERTY @ https://www.goodranchers.com/ to receive $30 off your purchase PLUS FREE Express Shipping.Visit https://www.devotedcapital.com/ or dial 805-372-0821 to learn more about value-based investing with Devoted Capital today!BE A THREAT TO THE GREAT RESET!Join our community by Subscribing to us on:Liftable TV - https://watch.liftable.tv/series/XOi2uRcOSGlo-liberty-stationRumble - https://rumble.com/c/LibertyStationBrighteon - https://www.brighteon.com/channels/libertystationYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiXnArqAIXmVLZSSwEyd1HQPodcast - https://omny.fm/shows/liberty-stationWatch the Out of Shadows Documentary at https://www.outofshadows.org/
In our first trip into the archive, we start with Fleabag. Directed by Vicky Wood, written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, this small show from 2013 took place in the depths of the Underbelly. It remains the gold standard of Fringe legends... from a theatrical dare, to a short stand-up like ten minutes, to a 'that's so Fringe' run in Edinburgh, and then onwards into the zeitgeist Phoebe and Vicky joined Ewan Spence in the podcast studio to talk about the origins of Fleabag, highlight the importance of the subject matter, and try to remember how much of the script was cut before it reached the stage.
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As we prepare for our 15th birthday tour Andy introduces some live highlights from previous shows...4079, Live from End of The Road, with Alice Fraser and Chris Skinner4083, Live from The Sugar Club, with Alice Fraser and David O'Doherty (and Chris's daughter's passport)4204, Live from Underbelly, after a long lockdown, with Alice Fraser and Chris AddisonWe run no ads, donate and keep us alive via our website, buy tickets or merch. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this milestone episode, Andrew Rule answers your questions about charming crooks, the underbelly war, crime masterminds and more. Like the show? Get more at https://heraldsun.com.au/andrewruleCrimestoppers: https://crimestoppers.com.au/ If you or anyone you know needs help Lifeline: 13 11 14Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Award-winning wonderful sketch men The Awkward Silence - Ralph Jones and Vyvyan Almond - join Jon and Marc to write 'STOP NOW' in dog dirt on the One Show's front door.You can see Ralph and Vyvyan at the Edinburgh Festival throughout August, where they're performing two shows!The Awkward Silence's Big Break at the Gilded Balloon Teviot has tickets here!And you can see them Enter the Vortex at the Underbelly in Bisto Square here!GO!And don't forget, it's TTOSS live on Friday, the 16th September 2022 at the London Podcast Festival!Tickets here: https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/comedy/the-the-one-show-show-3/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Award-winning wonderful sketch men The Awkward Silence - Ralph Jones and Vyvyan Almond - join Jon and Marc to give the One Show two tickets to the women's football final, which they've coated in a Russian nerve agent.You can see Ralph and Vyvyan at the Edinburgh Festival throughout August, where they're performing two shows!The Awkward Silence's Big Break at the Gilded Balloon Teviot has tickets here!And you can see them Enter the Vortex at the Underbelly in Bisto Square here!GO!And don't forget, it's TTOSS live on Friday, the 16th September 2022 at the London Podcast Festival!Tickets here: https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/comedy/the-the-one-show-show-3/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We sat down with the very driven and hilarious Anna Whitehouse aka Mother Pukka, founder of Flex Appeal, a campaign to fight for flexible working for everyone. Anna shares the journey to discovering that she wanted to save her marriage and chats about her recent book Underbelly, shedding light on the extreme views of motherhood that divide us all. Follow the entertaining @mother_pukka to learn more!Want our podcasts sent straight to your phone? Text us the word "Podcast" to +1 (917) 540-8715 and we'll text you the new episodes when they're released!Tune in for new Cat & Nat Unfiltered episodes every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday!Follow @catandnatunfiltered on Instagram: https://instagram.com/catandnatunfilteredHave you tried our new Twin Truths Wine yet? It comes in either a White or a Rosé! Head to www.twintruthswine.com to try yours today!Our new book "Mom Secrets" is now available! Head to www.catandnat.ca/book to grab your autographed copy! Come see us LIVE on tour!! To see a full list of cities and dates, go to https://catandnattour.com.Become a member of The Common Parent for the parenting resources and support you need for just $5.99/month or $59.99/year: https://thecommonparent.comFollow The Common Parent over on Instagram: https://instagram.com/thecommonparentMake sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for our new cooking show and our #momtruth videos: https://bitly.com/catnatyoutubeCheck out our Amazon Lives here: https://bitly.com/catnatamazonliveOrder TAYLIVI here: https://taylivi.comGet personalized videos from us on Cameo: https://cameo.com/catandnatCome hang with us over on https://instagram.com/catandnat all day long.And follow us on https://tiktok.com/@catandnatofficial! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The last several years have given way to an onslaught of devastating and frightening tragedies in our world. When it all feels like too much, we need ways to find safety and security once more. Check out the Light After Trauma website for transcripts, other episodes, Alyssa's guest appearances, and more at: www.lightaftertrauma.com Want to get more great content and interact with the show? Check us out on Instagram: @lightaftertrauma We need your help! We want to continue to make great content that can help countless trauma warriors on their journey to recovery. So, please help us in supporting the podcast by becoming a recurring patron of the show via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lightaftertrauma You can also check out Alyssa at www.alyssascolari.com Transcript: Alyssa Scolari [00:23]: Hey friends. Alyssa Scolari [00:24]: Welcome back to another episode of the Light After Trauma podcast. I am your host Alyssa Scolari, and we are now on episode 101, baby. I am so excited. I hope that everybody has had a great week so far. It feels like forever since I've recorded an episode, it's only been really a week and a half, but so much has happened in the world since I last recorded an episode and I originally had other plans for what I was going to talk about today. But I think with recent events, it is really important that I talk about how to cope when it feels like the world is falling apart. I feel really, really lucky because I have the most amazing people who listen to this podcast. And I have not been pressured by any of you to talk about what is going on in the United States, particularly the Roe v. Wade being overturned. Alyssa Scolari [01:36]: I know that with a lot of people who have public platforms, people who follow them or listen to them, people are demanding that others speak about it and they're judging them for not having spoken about it. And I feel really grateful that has not been the case for me. And I will say this with regards to that, just because somebody's not speaking about it on a social media platform doesn't mean that they don't have feelings about it, right? Roe v. Wade was only overturned a few weeks ago at this point, or maybe a week and a half ago at this point. I'm not even sure, but it's going to take some time for people to be able to process how they feel about it. And the overturning is very triggering for people who have... Well, it's very triggering for pretty much anyone with a uterus, but it is especially triggering for people who have a history of sexual abuse, right? Alyssa Scolari [02:47]: Our bodies have already been taken from us. We have already had somebody else have more control over our bodies than we have. So for Roe v. Wade to be overturned and for people to say that it is okay for states to completely ban abortion, it almost feels like we are being victimized all over... I mean, we are being victimized all over again, and it's very re-victimizing of our sexual abuse. So try to be mindful of that, right? If somebody's not saying something about it, that doesn't mean that they don't feel strongly about it. It doesn't mean that they're ignoring it. What that might mean is that they are so deeply triggered by it, that they just can't, right? Because especially when you put yourself out there in any kind of public platform, you are bound to have criticism and you are bound to have people who are going to say things that are hurtful, people that might disagree. Alyssa Scolari [03:50]: And while that might be okay, if you have deep traumatic ties to a certain topic, honestly, it might not be safe for you to share that publicly. So just give one another grace right now. I feel like I'm preaching to the choir. I don't even have to tell you all because you all have been absolutely amazing in not asking me to speak up about this. And so I have been able to take some time and I have been able to get to a place where I am able to publicly say, I am so not okay with what is happening in this country. And anybody who knows a shred about me can already have guessed that. I am horrified. I am triggered beyond belief, the right to abortion. It is not a right, it's not a constitutional right anymore. And it has been so hard for me to wrap my head around. Alyssa Scolari [04:58]: And it's also been very overwhelming for me as a therapist to have to go into my office, right? Because the overturning was on Friday, June 24th. And then on Monday, I had to go into the office and I had to talk to a person upon person who has deep seated feelings and is extremely triggered by the overturning. And I haven't even processed it for myself. So I have been just inundated with reactions to this and I'm handling it the best that I can, but there's just no part of me that is okay. It is so scary for so many people out there. And some people are celebrating, right? Some people are celebrating, but I think so many of us, and I know many people who listen to this podcast, are mourning. We're mourning. We are terrified about what this means. We are triggered because now we feel like we have no control over our bodies anymore. Alyssa Scolari [06:08]: It's been really, really bad. And unfortunately bad has only turned to worse, right? We thought that it couldn't get any worse on June 24th when they overturned Roe v. Wade. But now see what else the Supreme Court is considering. The Supreme Court is going to look at LGBTQ rights. They're going to decide whether or not businesses are allowed to ban or discriminate against people in the LGBTQ community. That is being considered. They are also considering whether they are going to allow states to overturn federal elections. That is another thing that's being considered. And I kind of struggle a lot with what all of this means. So I try to do a lot of research and I've done a lot of research, but then I also try to ask other people in my life who I know are well read on it and who understand a little bit better than I do, because I am not the best at understanding this stuff, right? Alyssa Scolari [07:16]: And as an aside, I also want to say this, I see a lot of people saying things like how could you not understand what this means? Or how could you not understand? How could you not have seen this coming? And I understand that to a certain degree. What I want to say about that is this. Please do not assume that everybody was present and/or able to pay attention in school when we were being taught about the checks and balances of our government, of our country. Alyssa Scolari [07:57]: Please don't assume that everybody was able to do that, right. Maybe you were there and maybe you listened and you paid attention and you understood it. And it came super easily to you. But what about the kids who couldn't show up at school because they had to stay home sick, taking care of their parents or taking care of their siblings because their parents weren't available or they had to take care of grandma, or they didn't live with mom and dad, or what about the kids who did show up in school, but they had undiagnosed ADHD to the point where they couldn't even pay attention, they couldn't listen. Alyssa Scolari [08:29]: Or they had trauma and they were too busy trying to process their trauma to be able to listen about the checks and balances in this country, right. What about the people that don't have internet access that cannot read up on this stuff themselves? What about the people that are so busy living paycheck to paycheck, that they don't have time to understand how our system of checks and balances work in this country. Please keep that in mind and perhaps talk to other people about these topics because people are so quick to say things like, how could you not have known? How do you not understand how our government works? Why do you even live in this country if you don't understand how our government works? So many people don't, right. And I, to a degree, struggle so much with how things work. Alyssa Scolari [09:19]: So going back to the Supreme Court, now hearing a case about whether or not it's going to be okay for the states to overturn federal elections. Basically what that means is our system of checks and balances could be taken away in the sense that states get to regulate elections, they get to regulate... They have a lot more power over elections, but also states have the power to say, oh, well, we suspect that there was fraud here. And because there was fraud, we are going to throw out these votes, or we're going to say that the result is null and void and we have to vote again. Or no, no, no, they didn't win. They did, right. So basically the states can kind of alter the results based on their own agenda. Alyssa Scolari [10:19]: And there's really nobody that can back them up. There's no court, there's no higher court to be like, okay, well show us the evidence that says that this election was fraudulent, right? Show us the evidence. There's really nobody that's doing that. Basically the states just get to decide. And that is a really frightening thing because essentially it can make our votes meaningless if the state already has their own agenda. Now none of these things have actually been overturned yet, right? So I do not want to cause panic where we don't need to be panicked because right now there are other things that have been overturned that we need to be panicking about. But people are talking about this stuff and anxiety and depression is at an all time high. Suicide rates are on the rise and things are looking grim. It is my hope that just because the Supreme Court is looking at the stuff that it doesn't necessarily mean these things are going to be overturned. Alyssa Scolari [11:30]: They're just looking at it. And it is my hope that they're going to be like, this is ridiculous. And they're just going to throw it out. That is my hope. But that was also our hope with Roe v. Wade. So we don't know. Life is really scary right now. It is so, so, so scary. And I know that I've been talking about a lot of this, but I do not want this whole episode to be talking about all the things that can continue to go wrong in this country because things are going wrong so often. And these are really dark times in our country. What I want to talk about is how to cope, because if you are anything like me, you are struggling to cope. I've been having a really hard time. And I know that the people around me have been having a really hard time. Alyssa Scolari [12:25]: And I know that the people I work with are having a really hard time. So I want to talk about today, how we can get through this what feels like a never ending nightmare. There is a pressure I.n the media, in social media and in the world right now to be on all of the time to be up to date on the latest news, the breaking news, what's happening, who said this, who said that. It is so much pressure in itself. And I want you to know that you are not any less of an activist, you are not any less of a supporter if you are not on all the time. In fact, I am here to encourage you to please take a break because we need it. We are all so tired and exhausted and burnt out from excessive media and bad news after bad news after bad news, not just in the year 2022, it has been three years of horror, right? Alyssa Scolari [13:44]: In 2019, it was like everybody was talking about this COVID virus and will it, won't it reach the United States and we're tracking this, but the numbers are low. And then 2020 hit. And it was like the whole world is shutting down. And since then it has just been an onslaught of death and chaos and destruction and bad news. And nobody, I mean, nobody is meant to be absorbing this amount of information day in, day out for years on end. It is chronic, toxic stress and trauma. And it doesn't surprise me that suicide rates are on the rise. It doesn't surprise me that the rate of mental health disorders, that the rate of PTSD is through the fucking roof right now. Alyssa Scolari [14:38]: But if you're listening to this and this information is ringing true for you, and you're like, oh yeah. Oh yeah. That's how I'm feeling, I am just so done with all of it. I need to tell you that it's okay to dissociate. And that might seem like Alyssa, what the fuck, right? What do you mean, dissociation is a trauma response. Not always, not always. Dissociation or dissociation or dissociation. People say it many, many different ways. And I say dissociate, but some people say it differently. I actually don't know what the correct pronunciation is. I've seen multiple different pronunciations for it. So if somebody could tell me what exactly the correct pronunciation of it is, I would appreciate that. But for now, I'm going to continue to say dissociate. You can say dissociate, however you want to say it. It all means the same thing. It is your brain's way of detaching from reality. And that is a very natural and normal mechanism. Alyssa Scolari [15:45]: Dissociation in moderation is not a bad thing. We all need to detach, and we all need to be able to focus on things that are more reassuring in life so that we can keep our anxiety at a minimum. Sometimes. It is so, so healthy. I mean, honestly, when you meditate, right, when you meditate or are mindful, that can kind of be a... Meditation can be a healthy form of dissociation. There are so many ways in which we dissociate on a regular basis. Have you ever been in school or in a class, and the professor is just droning on and on and on about something. And before you know it, you are two weeks into a fantasy, not two weeks, I should say, but you're 20 minutes into a fantasy about vacationing somewhere on some tropical island with your crush and getting married and this and that. Alyssa Scolari [16:51]: And you're thinking about, oh, what is my wedding dress going to look like? Or things like that, that is dissociation. You have checked out and you have checked in to a fantasy that is much more pleasurable than where you are at now. It's not a response to toxic stress, but you are just like, I need to check out for a little bit. That is such a good thing. It is healthy to be able to check out. Now, of course it becomes unhealthy when your brain is doing that as a result of toxic stress, right? That is when it becomes like this is a trauma response. But right now I think that so many of us are probably having trauma responses as a result of everything that is happening in this world. We need a healthy form of dissociation. So it is not a bad thing. Alyssa Scolari [17:50]: I cannot emphasize that enough. When you are doing it to try to help yourself and intentionally, right. We want to be very intentional about this form of dissociation. So what does that mean? It means literally checking out, checking out of reality for a little bit and checking into other things that feel much safer. I highly recommend putting timers on your phone right now, right. We could all use it, right. We could all use less time on social media, but now more than ever, where you can barely even open up an app without seeing something about abortion laws or LGBTQ rights or gun control, put a timer on the apps that you use. How long do you want to be absorbing that information? I recently, I think maybe like a week and a half ago, when all this happened, I just decided, no, I cannot do this to myself. Alyssa Scolari [18:55]: I cannot be inundated with this information right now. I have to do something. And so I decided that I do not want to consume any more than one hour of social media time a day right now, that is what I can handle. And even that might honestly be a little bit too much. I might bring it to 30 minutes. And so I have been doing that and it has been so helpful for me. Not only have I done that, but I've also decided that when it gets to a certain time, either in the morning or the night, I do not want to be on my phone. I do not want to be on these apps at all, regardless of how much I've been on them throughout the day, I'm giving myself a small window. So basically my apps will essentially turn off at 8:00 PM and then from 8:00 PM until 10:00 AM the next morning, I do not allow myself to go on these apps. Alyssa Scolari [19:56]: And if you have an iPhone, you can just do it right in your settings. Your iPhone will just do it for you. It's pretty easy. If you have an Android, I think you can download an app that will allow you to do that and it's free. So I highly recommend that. Then at night, right, my routine is not only do I actually have much more time, but I can do things that help me to engage in a form of healthy dissociation. And then in the morning, the reason why I have the apps off until solely into the morning is so I am not starting my day off with traumatic or horrible or scary or anxiety provoking news. When I wake up in the morning, I can't open my phone right away and start scrolling through social media. Alyssa Scolari [20:49]: No, I have to get up. I have to get out of bed. I have to make my coffee. I have to do a little bit of work. I have to eat. And then when my day is already started, I can be like, oh, let me check social media for a little bit and see what's going on. And it helps not to start the day off on a wrong foot or effectively, it helps me to not be triggered and be having PTSD symptoms from the moment I get up in the morning. So I highly, highly recommend that if you haven't done that already. Now, the other thing is figuring out what to do with that time that you're not on social media, because if you're not on social media, but then you're sitting down on the couch watching something that's equally as traumatic. Well, it's not really going to help you much. Alyssa Scolari [21:40]: Personally, I love Stranger Things. Love it, love it, love it. And I was so excited for it to come out, but two weeks ago before Roe v. Wade was even overturned, David and I sat down to watch it. And the first 20 minutes, now I'll give them a little bit of credit, because Stranger Things did give a warning about how the scenes that we were about to see could be triggering about the shooting in Texas. And so, okay. You know, I was like, all right, but the whole thing, it was 20 minutes, I think, probably of just horror. Horror that was so similar that I'm like, honestly, I'm a little infuriated that they didn't just cut that scene or make it much shorter together. And just kind of say, we changed the scene out of respect, because it was so similar to what I'm sure so many people saw when they had to witness that Texas shooting. Alyssa Scolari [22:57]: So I was horrified and I was like, turn this off. I cannot watch this. And I have heard, I have not watched it since, but I have heard from a few people that it actually doesn't get much better and that it's actually a very gory season. And as much as I love Stranger Things and was so excited to be able to escape into a fantasy world, I know that that is going to be entirely too triggering for me. And so I have set a boundary with myself that I am not watching it because I can't do that to myself. And so it's important to keep that in mind too, right? If I were to say, oh, I'm not going to go on social media, but I'm going to sit down and I'm going to watch Stranger Things and inundate myself with gore and death and blood and violence. Alyssa Scolari [23:48]: Well, how's that actually helping my brain, right? That's that's only just triggering, it's triggering me. It's not really doing anything. So what will you do during that time? So instead of watching Stranger Things, I've been playing a lot of Mario. We actually bought a new game called Mario Odyssey. And listen, it is exactly the form of dissociation that I need. Helping me to check out and check into a world where I am a small Italian man with a red cap. And I am jumping and hitting those little square boxes. The yellow ones with the question marks on them and collecting coins. And I'm in all these fantasy worlds. And there's great colors. That has been really helpful for me. Another thing that I'm doing is I am doing yoga. I am trying to be so vigilant about doing it so that I can help move emotions through me. Alyssa Scolari [24:55]: That has been really helpful. I highly recommend restorative yoga. If you haven't done restorative yoga, it is the bomb. It is very different than regular yoga in the sense that you're not actually doing much, basically what restorative yoga is it's propping up your body and supporting your body in different positions so that you can maximize your relaxation and meditation. And it is amazing. I don't even think that explanation does it justice, but if you haven't done it, I highly recommend it. I've also been doing Yoga with Adriene and that is free. If you look that up, she has some free classes. So you can try those out. I highly recommend those. Now fair warning, she does have a section where it says yoga for weight loss. So if that might be a triggering for you then perhaps don't check that out. Alyssa Scolari [25:57]: Another person who I am loving is, what's it called, Underbelly yoga. That's who she is. To sign up for her classes is $10 a month, but she is awesome. And it's unlike any kind of yoga I've ever done before. She's super messy and super in her body and just lets her body do whatever feels good, which I feel like a lot of yoga classes don't do. A lot of yoga classes feel super rushed to me. It's like, do this, do that, do this, do that. And I'm like, okay, I didn't even get in one pose before I have to go into another pose. So also highly recommend the Underbelly yoga. I think she's awesome. But that has been something that has been honestly not negotiable for me, in addition to finding ways to releasing my anger. So boxing. Boxing has been a lifesaver. Alyssa Scolari [27:00]: You don't even have to go to a class, get a bag, get gloves, find a partner, and box. Being able to punch things is so therapeutic. It's so therapeutic. Now that's not necessarily dissociation. That's more channeling your rage, but it's still very, very helpful and very relevant for what all of us are experiencing right now. The other thing that's been really helpful is reading. And not reading true crime books. I am really interested in true crime, but I've needed to step away from that. I have made the decision that I need to set a boundary with myself. I cannot be inundated with more disaster and horror. So I have been reading a lot. I just read a book called, Where Do You Go, Bernadette? It's actually, I think now a movie or it's being made into a movie. It was good. Alyssa Scolari [27:57]: It wasn't the best. It was good. I have another book on the way called The People We Meet on Vacation and I'm really looking forward to that. So finding ways to completely detach, put on a show. I don't care if it is a show that you have seen 95,000 times, if it makes you laugh and it's not triggering and it feels safe, put it on. I don't even really like to be in much silence anymore right now. So I almost always have the TV on with either a Disney movie or Disney music or just a sitcom that I really like. I love The Nanny. I have been watching The Nanny. I love Mike and Molly. I've been watching Mike and Molly, both on HBO. Both can be triggering for an eating disorder though. So disclaimer about that. I really don't recommend, especially Mike and Molly, do not watch that if you have an eating disorder, but those are shows that feel comforting for me. Alyssa Scolari [28:58]: And those are shows that make me feel like nothing else is wrong in that moment. And it's very important for you to find books, games, movies, shows, and people that give you that sense of safety. I know that with David, there's a time and a place for us to talk about this, but then when we're not talking about it, we are not talking about it. And we are inundating ourselves with other things. Going outside and taking care of the plants. We are spending more time with our dogs. We are doing a lot of research on how to attract different birds to our yard. We have a bird feeder and we have the most beautiful cardinals that are coming to our bird feeders and just things like that. And it might seem at first, how can I be spending my time on this when I have to be out there protesting? Alyssa Scolari [29:56]: You don't have to be on all the time. Get out there, protest, donate, call people, sign petitions, do whatever you need to do, but do not do it when you're sacrificing yourself. That is something I need you all to remember. Dissociation can be healthy sometimes, especially right now. I know it feels like the world is falling apart. I'm scared too, but I'm not going anywhere. I love you. And I am encouraging you to take the best care of yourself through all of it. So I hope that this helps. I am wishing you the absolute best week. I feel like that's unreasonable for what's what's happening in the world now. I wish you some peace this week. I will say that, and I of course will be holding you in the light and I will see you next week. Alyssa Scolari [31:00]: Thanks for listening everyone. For more information, please head over to lightaftertrauma.com or you can also follow us on social media. On Instagram, we are @lightaftertrauma and on Twitter, it is @lightafterpod. 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