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Decoding Blackness
EP 38 "When 2022 isn't Giving, Yet...How to Live in the Middle Space"

Decoding Blackness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 19:16


2022  just began but what if you weren't feeling that New Year energy? What if you are in that uncomfortable middle space where it feels like you can't do a damn thing to change your situation!? In this episode, I talk about how to live in that "icky" middle space and offer you 4 tips to get through it! I'm in that space right now with how my 2021 ended and my 2022 began. I was definitely wanting a do-over!Episode Quote: "the juiciness of your story happens in the middle space. if you bypass it, you're preventing yourself from learning who you truly are"In this Episode:When the New Year isn't giving what it was supposed toWhy you shouldn't bypass difficult moments4 Tips to Living in the uncomfortable middle spaceImportance of Self-ReflectionFollow the Audacious Black Girl on Instagram: audaciousblackgirlDownload The "Undoing" Journal Here!  I'm so excited for you to get your hands on my FREE guide! It will help you shift your mindset from doing the most to living with more intention.Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.

First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing
First Draft - Jean Hanff Korelitz

First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 59:30


Jean Hanff Korelitz was born and raised in New York City and educated at Dartmouth College and Clare College, Cambridge. She is the author of the novels: The Plot, You Should Have Known (Adapted for HBO as “The Undoing”), Admission (adapted as the 2013 film of the same name), The Devil and Webster, The White Rose, The Sabbathday River and A Jury of Her Peers, as well as a middle-grade reader, Interference Powder, and a collection of poetry, The Properties of Breath. A new novel, The Latecomer, will be published by Celadon Books on May 31, 2022. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Aligned Entrepreneur Podcast

Check out Free - The Mastermind (price rising Friday): www.thealignedentrepreneur.com/free  Welcome back Aligned Entrepreneurs! Today let's talk about giving yourself PERMISSION. Permission to finding freedom in your day-to-day of growing your business, and to have it be the thing that creates your desired results. We tend to live by a million and one rules around what we must do in order to create success. But the truth is, there are none. Undoing the rules can be a bit of a journey, but it's the journey that'll lead you straight to the freedom-filled life and business you desire and deserve. Book a call via the link above if you have questions about the mastermind or hop in before Friday at 10PM ET to get $333 off! 

Los Fanboys Podcast
Morbius Delayed, Thor & Jane's Costumes, The Flash Undoing Snyderverse? Maybe, Kinda... | Daily COG

Los Fanboys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 44:36


#Morbius #ThorLoveAndThunder #TheFlash #DailyCOG #TheGenreverse #LRMOnline WE'RE ALSO ON OUR NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL! SUBSCRIBE HERE: m.youtube.com/channel/UCnGVcI3Swk6XdnkgLLPEySg In today's episode, Kyle (@ThatKyleMalone) and Christine (@adorabledoom) discuss entertainment news from across The GenreVerse. Why was Morbius delayed? The obvious answer is the Omicron wave in North America, but what if they're filming No Way Home connections? Let's discuss this crazy idea! Also, there's an alleged leak of Thor and Mighty Thor's costumes for Thor: Love and Thunder. Lastly, a rumor that Zack Snyder's DCEU is being erased gets out of hand, but it doesn't look like we'll be revisiting it any time soon. WE HAVE A SPONSOR! Check them out here: www.GrowGeneration.com "Where the pros go to grow." 00:00- Intro & Getting Old As A Geek 07:46- Why Was Morbius Delayed? 12:42- We Need New Stories! Let The Past Die (Or Only Redo Things Once) 20:10- Thor And Mighty Thor's (Jane) Costumes Look Okay, But Christine Wants Boob Armor! 28:12-Will The Flash Erase The Snyderverse side of DC? Kinda, sorta, but not really... 34:27- But, What About The Batman & DC Competing Against Itself 38:49- The DC Multiverse Danger & Final Thoughts Catch the last episode here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1M2e8DlggiSItwcVuIYzxx?si=D_OmFQQiRA-VCF5hUbO8cw Be sure to follow the hosts, co-hosts, and LRM Twitter to get the latest on upcoming guests, new segments, and chances to be a guest on one of our podcasts! Join our Discord: discord.gg/PyrzzmrceY Question(s) of the day: Why do you think Morbius was delayed? Also, what is your opinion on the costumes from Thor: Love and Thunder? Lastly, do you think the Snyderverse will still be used by DC? Support: We have SO MANY podcasts! Anime-Versal Reviews Podcast covers anime (duh!), LRM's No Mercy covers Cobra Kai, and the Marvel craze continues with Thor reviews on Marvel Multiverse Mondays. Also, classics like BGRtP, The Cantina Podcast, and The Daily COG (Formerly LRMornings) are still going! Please like, share, and SUBSCRIBE to the podcast. This will help us help you! Also, by getting more visibility, with more feedback, and a bigger audience, we can provide more content for YOU! Websites: www.LRMOnline.com www.Genreverse.com Kyle Twitter: twitter.com/ThatKyleMalone Christine Twitter: twitter.com/AdorableDoom Subscribe to our podcast channel where ever you get podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/4h1ngeRAmfYxWdzeblFmNe Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/@los-fanboys

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
Dr. Dean Ornish: Reclaiming Your Health and Undoing Disease

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 45:10


Making simple changes to your diet and lifestyle can help reverse most of the chronic diseases that kill and sicken millions every year.   Dr. Dean Ornish shares how you can improve heart disease, diabetes, cancer, chronic inflammation, and many other conditions, often without drugs or surgery. Plus, he explains how all of those diseases are more similar than we think.   Also, explore how applying the same diet and lifestyle changes could help the COVID-19 pandemic.   Dr. Ornish, author of the best-selling book Undo It! How Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases, joins “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll on The Exam Room podcast.   — — — Dr. Dean Ornish Undo It! Book: https://amzn.to/3sM8dNw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deanornishmd Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ornish Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DeanOrnishMD Website: https://www.ornish.com — — — Chuck Carroll Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: http://wghtloss.cc/ChuckFacebook — — — Physicians Committee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/physicianscommittee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PCRM.org Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/pcrm — — — 21-Day Vegan Kickstart App iOS: https://bit.ly/VegKStrt-iOS Android: https://bit.ly/VegKStrtAndrd Web: https://www.pcrm.org/kickstart — — — Barnard Medical Center Appointments https://bit.ly/BMCtelemed 202-527-7500 — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or many other podcast providers. Don't forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!

A Deeper Perspective
Undoing the shadow: How to accept and connect to yourself fully

A Deeper Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 16:34


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People's Party with Talib Kweli
Krondon Drops Gems About Undoing Trauma, Strong Arm Steady, X Clan, and More

People's Party with Talib Kweli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 5:08


You want a complicated man? A seeker and thinker and brilliant multi-hyphenate? You gotta check our episode with Krondon. The actor-rapper-author-speaker brings it in this episode--giving us plenty of laughs and revealing his inspiring thought processes.  From plumbing the depths of his character Tobias Whale on CW's Black Lightning to breaking down the “5 Ps” of trauma that need to be undone to live happily (you've got to hear it to fully get it), Krondon drops so many gems that it's hard to track them all. But as much as big ideas and his acting work are on the table, there's also plenty of rap chat, including lots of talk about the artist's legendary LA group, Strong Arm Steady.  This episode is riveting in all the best ways, and is sure to captivate new and longtime Krondon fans. 

Decoding Blackness
Episode Rewind: "Real Body Acceptance and Making Peace w/ Your Body", with Qubilah Huddleston Anti-Diet Culture Advocate

Decoding Blackness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 42:24


In this week's episode, I'm rewinding it back to one of my most powerful and popular episodes! I chat with Qubilah Huddleston,  a Wellness Enthusiast who focuses on anti-diet culture, all about body acceptance.  This episode is so good for your soul and will help you shift your mindset around body and wellness! This conversation  also helped me use different language when it comes to my own body acceptanceLet's stay connected!Follow Qubilah on Instagram: theholisticagendaFollow the Audacious Black Girl on Instagram: audaciousblackgirlDownload The "Undoing" Journal Here!  I'm so excited for you to get your hands on my FREE guide! It will help you shift your mindset from doing the most to living with more intention.

News and Views
939: Review: Innumerable Facepalm Moments Prove to be Atrangi Re's Undoing

News and Views

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 5:19


Never mind how baffling or absurd a premise might seem, sometimes the success of a love story depends on how much it makes us care for its characters and root for their union. Atrangi Re, weirdly enough, never trusts us with being up, close and personal with its protagonists. Director Aanand L Rai and writer Himanshu Sharma always keep us at a safe distance, feeding us basic details and nudging us to respond accordingly. VO: RJ Stutee

Bob, Groz and Tom
Hour 2 - Larry Stone on why the undoing of this season won't be Tuesday's delayed game

Bob, Groz and Tom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 40:50


Did the Seahawks get a raw deal from the NFL? Maybe, but Larry Stone of The Seattle Times joins Jake and Stacy to tell you why if the Seahawks get hosed today, then they only have themselves to blame for how they started the 2021 season. In Four Down Territory, how can the Seahawks get DK Metcalf more involved? On The Timeline, the Kraken are expected to announce a team mascot some time in the very near future. Later, Jake and Stacy tell you why Rashaad Penny has the most to gain of anyone on the field Tuesday night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Aligned Entrepreneur Podcast
E.147 Not an Unfolding but an Undoing [An Honest Look at 2021]

The Aligned Entrepreneur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 53:19


Join us inside Script Your Story: https://laurencsaunders.lpages.co/scriptyourstory/  Read more about Free - The Mastermind: www.thealignedentrepreneur.com/free  Hello Aligned Entrepreneurs! Today I'm getting real about the mind f*** that has been 2021 for me, and the immense clarity it's created. I've undergone more healing and growth this year (often unwillingly) than I have in all the other years of my life combined. When I started this year, I thought I knew what I wanted. More money (like, a lot more money). More impact. More notoriety, if I'm being honest about it. The truth is though, that it was largely for all the wrong reasons-- a desire born out of a disconnection I felt with myself, that this year has inspired me to discover, and is now inspiring me into an entirely different vision for my life and my business moving forward.  I failed, and I'm grateful. 

Calmly Coping
How To Ignite Your Creativity To De-Stress And Design Your Best Life with Morgan Beard

Calmly Coping

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 62:32


Morgan Beard has dedicated her life to using creativity to heal and empower. Managing depression and anxiety since age 13 made personal development a non-negotiable. She received her BA in Visual and Media Studies from Duke University in 2012 and her MPS in Art Therapy from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2017. As an art therapist in New York, she worked in a public elementary school, an adult inpatient psychiatric unit, and a 183-bed nursing home. Her life came to a screeching halt after burning out in pursuit of licensure and entering another major depressive episode. Focused for the first time on her own happiness, Morgan moved across the country and started over in Los Angeles. She began building her life coaching business, working with individuals to create holistically fulfilling lives and families to increase communication and harmony. This gave her the confidence to embrace her earliest passion for singing and make music to help people move. This episode is perfect for anybody who wants to learn more about the usage of creativity in healing from mental health struggles such as anxiety and depression, how to begin the process of discovering and connecting with yourself, and how to allow yourself to be creative, have fun, and say yes to yourself more. In this episode we discuss: How she uses the combination of her personal skills and experience, along with her creative tools as an art therapist to help people deal with stress, feel mastery over their lives and situations, and to gain confidence and self-esteem to thrive and channel their gifts. The importance of integrating creativity and expression into transmuting and processing emotions and understanding yourself. How to begin using creativity even if you don't see yourself as being creative. Unwinding the mystery of what is happening subconsciously in your body through art. Creativity as an amazing vehicle for empowerment and self-discovery. How letting go can allow creativity and flow to occur. The benefits of becoming aware of tightness and constriction in the relationship with yourself as a first step in allowing things to flow and understanding yourself. Letting yourself be with difficult emotions and giving them the space to unfold rather than suppressing them within. How the fear of losing control can prevent you from fully experiencing your life. Undoing the framework of the importance of the outcome verses the experience of the process. How play and creativity are viewed as something exclusively for children, and how adults can benefit from breaking the rules of rigidity and expectations. Morgan's experience reaching burnout and discovering that she was chasing other people's expectations and desires rather than her own, and her journey to reconnecting with herself. Tips for how to create time for yourself and starting the process of restoring the relationship with your own inner compass. Suggestions for how to practice creativity and express yourself. Learning how to trust yourself and your body. The myth of having to do it all on your own and the necessity of seeking out help and support when you need it. How to start exploring yourself and your creativity when you struggle with perfectionism. How labeling yourself or having a fixed identity can be both helpful and confining at the same time. The benefits of bringing mindfulness to unhelpful thoughts and investigating them. The importance of recognizing and celebrating your growth and how to do that. The benefits of creativity in guiding you to make important life changes and recognizing the difference between fear and desire. A guided meditation/visualization tool that Morgan guides at the end of the episode.   Mentioned during the episode: If you are in crisis or experiencing suicidal ideation, help is available 24/7: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Essentialism by Greg McKeown   Connect with Morgan: Book a free strategy session with Morgan: https://morganbeardcoach.as.me/schedule.php https://morganbeard.coach/   ++++++++ Calmly Coping is a self-improvement podcast for overthinkers who struggle with high-functioning anxiety to help you feel more calm, balanced, and confident. ++++++++   ***** WORK WITH ME ***** My mission is to help you decrease your anxiety, declutter your mind, and say hello to a life of calm and balance.  Learn more about my coaching and course offerings below. https://becalmwithtati.com/work-with-me   ***** JOIN THE CALMLY COPING GROUP ***** The free supportive community for high-achievers with high-functioning anxiety.Join Today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CalmlyCoping   ***** SAY HI ON SOCIAL ***** Website: https://becalmwithtati.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/tatianaglpc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatianaglpc/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/tatianaglpc   ****TAKE THE FREE HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY QUIZ **** http://hfaquiz.com   ***** INTRO/OUTRO MUSIC ***** Rescue Me (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/tobias_weber/57990 Ft: Copperhead   DISCLAIMER All content here is for informational purposes only. This content does not replace the professional judgment of your own mental health provider. Please consult a licensed mental health professional for all individual questions and issues.

Crossgates Baptist Church Audio Podcast

The decisions we choose lead us to the destinies we reach. Our DAILY decisions determine our DIRECTIONS, but our FAITH decisions determine our DESTINIES! Your UNDERSTANDING and USAGE of forgiveness is either UNLEASHING or UNDOING your faith!

Luminary Leadership Podcast
45. Raising Luminaries: Undoing Habits

Luminary Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 13:23


You are open to doing things differently.  You want more for your children and their future than the average person and you're willing to fight for it. But sometimes it feels so hard to break down what already is; the ways of operating that have already been installed into everyday life within your family.  It's a lot harder to undo things that are conditioned into our kids than it is to teach them something new. It's tough to reverse course, but it's possible and it's powerful. So, today we're talking about undoing habits and opening the door to new habits that start to change everything.  Let's raise them up right! SHOW NOTES: https://luminaryleadershipco.com/episode45  RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: True North https://luminaryleadershipco.com/truenorth/  Connect with me on Instagram!

Decoding Blackness
EP 37 "Why your Ego got You Doing the Most and How to Stop!"

Decoding Blackness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 22:23


You're doing entirely too much and it's time to stop! If you're feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, frustrated, and just have the desire to reevaluate all you have going on then you'll get so much from this episode. I'm with you on feeling like this and I hit my rock bottom a few months ago which led to creating a tool to stop all the doing and undo!  Pssst...look below to see what I created and sharing with you for FREE!In this Episode:How the ego can have you doing the most!Opportunities vs. DistractionsWhy black Women deserve to prioritize themselvesMy FREE guide called The “Undoing” Journal. I'm so excited for you to get your hands on it because I know it will help you shift your mindset from doing the most to living with more intention.******Download The "Undoing" Journal Here!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/audaciousblackgirl/Visit the Audacious Black Girl Website here !

Taking Hugh for Granted
Hugh Grant returns to our screens this Christmas in Death to 2021

Taking Hugh for Granted

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 15:23


It's fair to say that 2021 has been a quiet year for Hugh Grant. After a stellar 2020 which saw Hugh star in both The Undoing and The Gentleman, 2021, so far, has been lacking in our favourite actor. But just when you thought we wouldn't be seeing Hugh on our screens this calendar year, the news broke that he's due to reprise his role of Tennyson Foss in Death to 2021. Scheduled to air on Netflix on December 27, Hugh will return alongside a host of household names including Lucy Liu, Tracey Ullman, Samson Kayo, Joe Keery and William Jackson Harper, to give the world an extra, post-Christmas present. Oscar and Diggory discuss the big news and speculate what writers Charlie Brooker and co. have in store for Tennyson Foss' character in the next instalment of this mockumentary series. Are you excited for Death to 2021? Let us know! You can get in contact by following Taking Hugh for Granted on Instagram and Facebook (@TakingHughforGranted) as well as Twitter (@TakingHugh). You can get in touch with us there or via our email takinghughforgranted@gmail.com

PodJerky
Mini-Series Review Part 1

PodJerky

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 42:53


In this episode Direktor and Mrs. Awesome review some of the mini series that they have watched on Netflix, HBO/Crave and Amazon Prime.  This episode focuses on 2 Nicole Kidman series, The Undoing and Nine Perfect Strangers. Check us out on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/podjerky/   FOR ADDITIONAL CONTENT  Links, photos, interviews and information that compliments our podcast episodes Check out our Website Check out our Featured Podcast Guests Check out our Podcast Blog   Subscribe and Share

Administrative Static Podcast
SCOTUS Issues Decision in MS v. TN Water Rights Battle; Is SCOTUS Interested in Undoing Stinson Deference After All?

Administrative Static Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 25:01


SCOTUS Issues Decision in MS v. TN Water Rights Battle On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously favored Tennessee in a groundwater dispute with Mississippi. The Court rejected claims by the state of Mississippi that Memphis, Tennessee, had illegally stolen its groundwater for decades by pumping it from wells located outside the Mississippi border. The Court held both states draw from the Middle Claiborne Aquifer, which is subject to a doctrine known as equitable apportionment that has previously been applied to the sharing of surface waters. Is SCOTUS Interested in Undoing Stinson Deference After All? The U.S. Supreme Court called for the Solicitor General's views in the lawsuit challenging Stinson deference, Jayren Wynn v. United States of America. NCLA filed an amicus brief urging the Court to grant Mr. Wynn's petition for certiorari and either discard Stinson deference altogether or at least rule that Stinson deference cannot increase criminal sentences.  This judicial-deference doctrine requires federal judges to defer to commentary the U.S. Sentencing Commission has written interpreting the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. Under the current deference regime, district courts in seven circuits systematically violate the due-process rights of thousands of criminal defendants by applying Stinson deference to increase the Sentencing Guideline range beyond what Congress approved.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A Deeper Perspective
How you conflate actions with emotions: undoing the need to do peace and happiness

A Deeper Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 13:11


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The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL
What If: Undoing trade deals in NHL history

The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 65:40


With Black Friday and Cyber Monday coming up, Ian Mendes and Sean McIndoe spend the next hour discussing deals in NHL history, dig into undoing some trades, talk some deals that ALMOST happened, and maybe anger a few fanbases along the way. Why not, it's the holidays.  Is there a trade you would undo? Email theathletichockeyshow@gmail.com or leave a VM at (845) 445-8459! The deal of the year is on NOW through 11/29 @ midnight, get a subscription to The Athletic for $1/month: theathletic.com/hockeyshow

Level Up Your Life
How to Survive the Holidays Without Undoing Progress

Level Up Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 8:08


The holidays are amongst us....yes we should enjoy them, our friends, our family....but not at the expense of the work we've put in so far this year!Lets talk about how we can do both! 

Special English
Hamilton fined for undoing safety belts after Brazilian GP win

Special English

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 24:30


The world is changing fast, but you can learn it at a slower pace. 时尚美音,优雅英音,听新闻,学英语。(每周一、周二更新)

Undaunted: Conversations with Radical Peacemakers
S2 Growth | René August: A Spirituality Undoing Apartheid

Undaunted: Conversations with Radical Peacemakers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 40:56


René August is a veteran of the anti-apartheid movement, an Anglican priest, and a reconciliation trainer. She grew up in a racially segregated township in the land now known as South Africa, a land that gave her only one quarter of the vote of a white citizen. Her political life came alive when a group of mostly Black South African theologians released the Kairos Document—a spiritual and political challenge to the Apartheid regime. In that document, she found a spirituality that was big enough for the challenges her nation faced. It told the truth, it repaired what was harmed, and it moved toward the other in love.Today, she embodies that spirituality in a place still struggling with the legacy of apartheid. She challenges her people to live out that spirituality every day, and she challenges us to believe that no matter how deep the pain, change is always possible. Subscribe to the Telos Newsletter for more news analysis and peacemaking resources: http://eepurl.com/cG1LGHRead and share the Principles and Practices of PeacemakingFollow Telos on Instagram @thetelosgroupIf you're enjoying the podcast, become a monthly donor to Telos!

The Brian Lehrer Show
Undoing Governor Cuomo's Court

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 23:37


In the next few weeks, Governor Kathy Hochul will be required to make the next appointment to the New York Court of Appeals. Noah Rosenblum, assistant professor at NYU School of Law, and Alice Fontier, president of the New York State association of criminal defense attorneys, discuss that appointment and explore how a progressive could change the court that former Governor Andrew Cuomo created.    

Restoration City Church - Sermons
1 Thessalonians: The Undoing of Death 11.14.21

Restoration City Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 38:05


1 Thessalonians: The Undoing of Death 11.14.21 | John McGowan | Restoration City Church The post 1 Thessalonians: The Undoing of Death 11.14.21 appeared first on Restoration City Church.

Courting in Color
52. Boomerang Boys

Courting in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 72:56


On this week's episode, Chatrice and Luis talk about men who come back. Before diving into the main topic, our hosts catch up. Since last time, Luis is stunting with new glasses and temporarily disabled their instagram; meanwhile, Chatrice partook in a shein haul and is purchasing some schmexy lingerie. For the main topic, our hosts discuss a text message Chatrice received from a former boo and Condola and Lawrence's relationship for Season 5 Episode 3 of Insecure. Word of the pod: impetusTime Stamps:0:19 - Hello and Welcome Back0:26 - Catching Up7:11 - 2022 glow up 11:22 - Discussion of the “right take” to get the booster shot 12:31 - Question of the season: what holiday are we celebrating this week12:46 - 11/11 is National Single's Day13:59 - World Kindness Day14:17 - Shout Out for the Culture: Missy Elliott receives star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; Dasia Taylor invented color-changing sutures (from People of Color in Tech); Viola Davis as Michelle Obama in Showtime's “First Ladies” (from Entertainment Weekly); Lives lost at Astroworld in Houston26:20 - Main Topic26:38 - From 11/7 Insecure - people trying to come back to each other's lives, re-introduction of people into your life27:33 - Men who return in real life OR men who return in Hollywood script28:33 - Live reaction: Chatrice opens a text message from a former boo34:49 - Reading of text message from one of Chatrice's former book35:34 - Reaction to text message36:50 - Do old boos deserve a second chance?40:07 - “The universe has a way of bringing back people to you when you are in a relationship” - Luis51:44 - Undoing the patterns from growing up53:07 - Anxiety in relationship: incessantly checking in and wanting to do know what the self did wrong55:11 - The desire to want to run away from a good thing56:15 - A S3x and the City reference: Charlotte and Miranda have a conversation about their relationship. Charlotte says she is happy in her relationship and is okay is not being happy every moment 58:26 - Insecure Recap, Season 5, Episode 3: “Pressure, Okay?”59:50 - Quick recap of Condola and Lawrence's relationship1:00:32 - General reactions to episode1:09:08 - What's the take away from the conversation about men who try to come back?1:12:56 - End of episodeWebsite: courtingincolor.com / Email: CourtNColor@gmail.com / Instagram: @CourtNColorDon't forget to subscribe, rate, and review!

Spiritual Tune-Ups with Mike Dooley
Unexpected Manifestations, Undoing Dreams, Lessons, Karma, Tests & Sabotage by Others

Spiritual Tune-Ups with Mike Dooley

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 43:55


What about the manifestations we never thought of that come into our lives? How can we undo old dreams and thoughts? Are life-lessons forced, mandatory, or given to test us? What about the karma, bad energy, contracts, and yucky stuff in our lives? How can we prevent being derailed by those who don't understand or accept these truths?   Sign up for Notes from the Universe: www.tut.com/notes-from-the-universe   See all of Mike's upcoming events and offerings: https://linktr.ee/mikedooley

This Restorative Justice Life
Undoing the First Harm: Settlers in Restorative Justice w/ Edward Valandra (The Restorative Lens Podcast)

This Restorative Justice Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 45:00


The featured episode from "The Restorative Lens Podcast" hosts LTomay Douglas and Allana Ojibway speak with Edward Valandra,  Waŋbli Wapȟáha Hokšíla, who is both an author and editor for Colorizing Restorative Justice. His chapter, “Undoing the First Harm: Settlers in Restorative Justice,” gives voice to the need for settlers to recognize the ways that restorative justice too often fails to address the first harm: which is the theft and continued occupancy of Indigenous land. Through honesty and education, Edward sheds light on the contradicting relationship between RJ practitioners instilling restorative practices/values, while at the same time failing to acknowledge or take accountability for ways that settlers continue to benefit from the stolen land. He discusses practical ways that educators and practitioners can take action and bring dialogue of the First Harm into restorative spaces.Follow their podcast on:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-restorative-lens/id1588436493Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3KZ97jnssXPfnMSwvFLeJYand check out the work of the National Center on Restorative Justice at https://www.vermontlaw.edu/academics/centers-and-programs/national-center-on-restorative-justice

TRU DISCIPLE PODCAST
Undoing Culture

TRU DISCIPLE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 45:46


Knowing Who Jesus Is- Reconnecting to the Head: Colossians 2:18-21.

For People with Bishop Rob Wright

How do you worship God in your undoing? What a question to consider in our lives. Opening ourselves up to God and God's purposes is on this path. In this episode, Melissa and Bishop Wright discuss this big question, what happens when we don't pay attention to God in our undoing, and the personal side of all of this. Before listening, read For Faith.

The Integrated Schools Podcast
Redrawing the Lines: Undoing the History of Segregation

The Integrated Schools Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 58:16


If you think about a "segregated school", what image comes to mind? Quite often, the cultural narrative says that that is a school with almost exclusively students of color. What about a school with 98% White students? Is that a "segregated school"? While we don't often think of it that way, it is clearly segregated. Tomás Monarrez is an economist by training. As he was studying the question of school and housing segregation at the Urban Institute, he was struck by the ways that the field of economics falls into the same traps that we fall into as a culture - segregation means concentrations of Black, Brown and Indigenous students. This seemed wrong to Tomás, and he and his colleagues set out to define segregation, using the tools of economics. Their definition takes the district average demographics and holds that as the baseline to which other schools should be compared. In this framing, in a district with 70% students of color, a school with 90% students of color is segregating, but so is a school with 50% students of color. What he quickly found was that the schools that often contribute the most to segregation within a district are not the schools we often focus on - are not the schools with 95% students of color, but rather, the schools with 75%, %85, even 90% White students. His hope is that this shift in framing can focus the efforts of local policy makers who care about decreasing segregation.  He joins to talk about his work, why he does it, and what sort of social good he hopes his economics focus can achieve.  LINKS: Segregation Contribution Index Dividing Lines: How School Districts Draw Attendance Boundaries to Perpetuate School Segregation A Vox explainer highlighting the work of Tomás Monarrez and the Urban Institute on school boundaries Home Owners Loan Corporation - 1930s entity that drew redlining maps Look up redlining maps for your city Michelle Adams on our podcast - traces the history of desegregation law in this country The Parents Involved Case Harry Belafonte on King saying "I fear we are integrating into a burning house" Dr. Elizabeth McRea on our podcast - White Woman and the Politics of White Supremacy Dr. McRea's Mother's of Massive Resistance Richard Rothstein Color of Law SFUSD's new student assignment policy Tree Equity Use these links or start at our Bookshop.org storefront to support local bookstores, and send a portion of the proceeds back to us.  Join our Patreon to support this work, and connect with us and other listeners to discuss these issues even further. Let us know what you think of this episode, suggest future topics, or share your story with us - @integratedschls on twitter, IntegratedSchools on Facebook, or email us hello@integratedschools.org. We are a proud member of The Connectd Podcast Network. The Integrated Schools Podcast was created by Courtney Mykytyn and Andrew Lefkowits. This episode was produced by Andrew Lefkowits and Val Brown. It was edited, and mixed by Andrew Lefkowits. Music by Kevin Casey.

The Love Food Podcast
Undoing Aloneness with Liz Brinkman

The Love Food Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 31:09


Content warning: this episode discusses sexual assault and specific eating disorder behaviours. Please take care of yourself!   Are you someone who wants to know the "why"? Why did I turn to this certain coping mechanism? Why do I feel this way? Why is food peace so hard? In this episode, Liz Brinkman and I discuss the connections between trauma, eating disorder recovery, and diet culture - we also explore aloneness, connection, and how to put recovery into practice.    Subscribe and leave a review here in just seconds.   Mentioned in this episode: A Place to Land / Liz Brinkman's Instagram / Liz's website   Food peace resources: Julie Dillon RD blog / PCOS + Food Peace Free Roadmap / PCOS + Food Peace Course / Food Peace Syllabus / 6 Keys To Food Peace / My PCOS Manifesto   If you're curious about what it looks like to stop pursuing weight loss, click here for some fabulous freebies that will help guide you in your journey!   Do you have a complicated relationship with food? I want to help! Send your Dear Food letter to LoveFoodPodcast@gmail.com.    Click here to leave me a review in iTunes and subscribe. This type of kindness helps the show continue!   Visit our PCOS Roadmap for FREE resources here.   Thank you for supporting the Love Food Podcast!

Interior Integration for Catholics
Obsessions, Compulsions, OCD and Internal Family Systems

Interior Integration for Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 80:50


Join Dr. Peter to go way below the surface and find the hidden meanings of obsessions, compulsions and OCD.  Through poetry and quotes, he invites you into the painful, distressing, fearful and misunderstood world of those who suffer from OCD.  He defines obsessions and compulsions, discusses the different types of each, and evaluates two conventional treatments and one alternative treatment for OCD.  Most importantly, he discusses the deepest natural causes of OCD, which are almost always disregarded in conventional treatment, which focuses primarily on the symptoms.   Lead-in OCD is not a disease that bothers; it is a disease that tortures. - Author: J.J. Keeler   “It can look like still waters on the outside while a hurricane is swirling in your mind.” — Marcie Barber Phares  Poetry or word picture (prayer of the scrupulous)  Aditi Apr 2017  Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.  OCD.  That is what we are addressing today. Here is what OCD is like for Toni Neville -- she says:  “It's like being controlled by a puppeteer. Every time you try and just walk away he pulls you back. Are you sure the stove is off and everything is unplugged? Back up we go. Are you sure your hands are as clean as they can get? Back ya go. Are you sure the doors are securely locked? Back down we go. How many people have touched this object? Wash your hands again.”  Introduction 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  Today, we are getting into obsessions and compulsions -- a really deep dive into what's really going on with these experiences.  I know many of you were expecting me to discuss scrupulosity today -- And you know what?  I was expecting I would be discussing scrupulosity well, but in order to have that discussion of scrupulosity  be well-founded, we really need to get into understanding obsessions and compulsions first.  I have to bring you up to speed on obessions and compulsions before we get into scrupulosity, and there is a lot to know The questions we will be covering about obsessions and compulsions. What are Obsession and Compulsions? Getting into definitions.   Also What are the different types of obsessions and compulsions, the different forms that obsessions and compulsions can take What is the experience of OCD like?  From those who have suffered it.   Who suffers from obsessions and compulsions -- how common are they?  Who is at risk?  Why do obsessions and compulsions start and why do they keep going?  How do we overcome obsessions and compulsions?  How do we resolve them?   What does the secular literature say are the best treatments"  -- Medication and a particular kind of therapy called Exposure and Response Prevention Alternatives   Can we find not just a descriptive diagnosis, but a proscriptive conceptualization that gives a direction for healing, resolving the obsessions and compulsions  Not just symptom management. Definitions  Obsessions  DSM-5: Obsessions are defined by (1) and (2): Recurrent and persistent thoughts, urges, or impulses that are experienced, at some time during the disturbance, as intrusive and unwanted, and that in most individuals cause marked anxiety or distress.  The individual attempts to ignore or suppress such thoughts, urges, or images, or to neutralize them with some other thought or action (i.e., by performing a compulsion).  Not pleasurable   Involuntary My compulsive thoughts aren't even thoughts, they're absolute certainties and obeying them isn't a choice. - Author: Paul Rudnick  To resist a compulsion with willpower alone is to hold back an avalanche by melting the snow with a candle. It just keeps coming and coming and coming. - Author: David Adam   Individual works to neutralize the obsession with another thought or a compulsion.   From the International OCD Foundation:  Obsessions are thoughts, images or impulses that occur over and over again and feel outside of the person's control. Individuals with OCD do not want to have these thoughts and find them disturbing. In most cases, people with OCD realize that these thoughts don't make any sense.  Obsessions are typically accompanied by intense and uncomfortable feelings such as fear, disgust, doubt, or a feeling that things have to be done in a way that is “just right.” In the context of OCD, obsessions are time consuming and get in the way of important activities the person values.  Common Obsessions  Sources What is OCD? Article by the International OCD Foundation on their website  WebMD article How Do I Know if I Have OCD? By Danny Bonvissuto February 19. 2020  Northpointrecovery.com blog What Types of OCD Are There? Get the Breakdown Here by the Northpoint Staff from May 3, 2019  Article entitled Common Types of OCD: Subtypes, Their Symptoms and the Best Treatment by Patrick Carey dated July 6, 2021 on treatmyocd.com   Contamination Body fluids --- blood, urine, saliva, feces -   I gave my baby niece a serious illness when I held her --  I'm sure I got a disease from using the public restroom.   Germs for communicable diseases -- may be afraid to shake hands, worried about catching gonorrhea  Environmental contaminants -- radiation, asbestos  Household chemicals -- cleaners, solvents  Dirt  If you put the wrong foods in your body, you are contaminated and dirty and your stomach swells. Then the voice says, Why did you do that? Don't you know better? Ugly and wicked, you are disgusting to me. - Author: Bethany Pierce   Losing Control Giving in to an impulse to harm yourself --  I could jump in front of this bus right now.   Fear of acting on an impulse to harm others -- what if I stabbed my child with this knife?  Fear of violent or horrific images in your mind  Fear of shouting out insults or obscenities --  Fear of stealing things   Harm Fear of being responsible for some terrible event (causing a fire at an office building)  Fear of harming others because of not being careful enough (leaving a stick in your yard that fell from a tree in a wind storm that may trip and hurt an neighbor child)   Relationships Doubts about romantic partner -- is she the right one for me?  Is there a better one I am supposed to find?  What if we are not meant to be together, but we wind up marrying each other?  Is my partner faithful?   Unwanted Sexual Thoughts Forbidden or perverse sexual thoughts or images  Sexual obsessions involving children  Obsessions about aggressive sexual behavior toward others   Obsessions related to perfectionism Concern about evenness or exactness   need for things to be in their place Arranging things in a particular way before leaving home   Concern with a need to know or remember  Inability to decide whether to keep or discard things  Fear of losing things  Fear of making a mistake -- may need excessive encouragement from others  Needing to make sure that your action is just right -- I need to start this email over, something is not wright with the wording.   Obsessions about your Sexual Orientation Obsessions about being embarrassed in a public situation Getting a non-communicable disease such as cancer Superstitious ideas such as unlucky numbers or certain colors Religious Obsessions (Scrupulosity) Concern with offending God  Concerns about blasphemy  Concerns about right and wrong, morality.   Compulsions  Definitions  DSM-5 Compulsions are defined by (1) and (2): Repetitive behaviors (e.g., hand washing, ordering, checking) or mental acts (e.g., praying, counting, repeating words silently) that the individual feels driven to perform in response to an obsession or according to rules that must be applied rigidly.  The behaviors or mental acts are aimed at preventing or reducing anxiety or distress, or preventing some dreaded event or situation; however, these behaviors or mental acts are not connected in a realistic way with what they are designed to neutralize or prevent, or are clearly excessive.  Most people with OCD have both obsessions and compulsions.   From the International OCD Foundation Compulsions are the second part of obsessive compulsive disorder. These are repetitive behaviors or thoughts that a person uses with the intention of neutralizing, counteracting, or making their obsessions go away. People with OCD realize this is only a temporary solution but without a better way to cope they rely on the compulsion as a temporary escape. Compulsions can also include avoiding situations that trigger obsessions. Compulsions are time consuming and get in the way of important activities the person values.   Common Compulsions in OCD  Sources What is OCD? Article by the International OCD Foundation on their website  WebMD article How Do I Know if I Have OCD? By Danny Bonvissuto February 19. 2020  Northpointrecovery.com blog What Types of OCD Are There? Get the Breakdown Here by the Northpoit Staff from May 3, 2019  Article entitled Common Types of OCD: Subtypes, Their Symptoms and the Best Treatment by Patrick Carey dated July 6, 2021   Washing and Cleaning Washing hands excessively or in a certain way  Excessive showering, bathing, toothbrushing, grooming  Cleaning items or objects excessively   Checking Checking that you did not or will not harm anyone  Checking that you did not or will not harm yourself  Checking that nothing terrible happened  Checking that you did not make a mistake  Checking specific parts of your body   Repeating Re-reading or re-writing   Repeating routine activities Going in and out of doors  Getting up and down from chairs   Repeating body movements Tapping  Touching  Blinking   Repeating activities in multiples Doing things three times, because three is a good, right or safe number   Mental Compulsions Mental review of events to prevent harm (to oneself others, to prevent terrible consequences)  Praying to prevent harm (to oneself others, to prevent terrible consequences)  Counting while performing a task to end on a “good,” “right,” or “safe” number  Cancelling” or “Undoing” (example: replacing a “bad” word with a “good” word to cancel it out)    Putting things in order or arranging things until it “feels right” or are in perfect symmetry Telling asking or confessing to get reassurance Avoiding situations that might trigger your obsessions  Obsessions and Compulsions go together  The vicious cycle of OCD -- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) at helpguide.org Obsessive thought  --  I could stab my nephew with this knife.  Anxiety -- that would be a terrible thing to happen, I can't let that happen  Compulsion -- Locking all the knives away, checking to make sure they are all accounted for when your sibling and her family are visiting  Temporary relief -- the knives are all there.  “A physical sensation crawls up my arm as I avoid compulsions. But if I complete it, the world resets itself for a moment like everything will be just fine. But only for a moment.” —  Mardy M. Berlinger Harm Obsession     Compulsion:  Keeping all knives hidden away somewhere What if I killed my nephew and I just can't remember?  Repeatedly going back to check if you ran someone over DSM-5 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Presence of obsessions, compulsions, or both:  The obsessions or compulsions are time-consuming (e.g., take more than 1 hour per day) or cause clinically significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning.  The obsessive-compulsive symptoms are not attributable to the physiological effects of a substance (e.g., a drug of abuse, a medication) or another medical condition.  The disturbance is not better explained by the symptoms of another mental disorder   Specify if: With good or fair insight: The individual recognizes that obsessive-compulsive disorder beliefs are definitely or probably not true or that they may or may not be true.  With poor insight:  The individual thinks obsessive-compulsive disorder beliefs are probably true.  With absent insight/delusional beliefs: The individual is completely convinced that obsessive-compulsive disorder beliefs are true. 4%  With Tic disorder up to 30%   What is the experience of OCD Poem By Forti.no   Quotes: “You lose time. You lose entire blocks of your day to obsessive thoughts or actions. I spend so much time finishing songs in my car before I can get out or redoing my entire shower routine because I lost count of how many times I scrubbed my left arm.” — Kelly Hill  “Ever seen ‘Inside Out'? With OCD, it's like Doubt has its own control console.” — Josey Eloy Franco  “Imagine all your worst thoughts as a soundtrack running through your mind 24/7, day after day.” — Adam Walker Cleveland  “Picture standing in a room filled with flies and pouring a bottle of syrup over yourself. The flies constantly swarm about you, buzzing around your head and in your face. You swat and swat, but they keep coming. The flies are like obsessional thoughts — you can't stop them, you just have to fend them off. The swatting is like compulsions — you can't resist the urge to do it, even though you know it won't really keep the flies at bay more than for a brief moment.” — Cheryl Little Sutton  “It's like you have two brains — a rational brain and an irrational brain. And they're constantly fighting.” — Emilie Ford   Who 12 month prevalence is 1.2% with international prevalence rates from 1.1 to 1.8%  NIH Women have a higher prevalence 1.8% than men 0.5%.  Males more affected in childhood.  Lifetime prevalence 2.3%   Risk Factors:  DSM-5  Temperamental Factors Greater internalizing symptoms  Higher negative emotionality  Behavioral inhibition   Environmental Factors Childhood physical abuse  Childhood sexual abuse  Other stressful or traumatic events   Genetic Monozygotic concordance rates --.57  Dizygotic concordance rates .22   Physiological  Dysfunction in the orbitofrontal cortex, anterior cingulate cortex, and striatum have been implicated.   Streptococcal infection can precede the development of OCD symptoms in children Therapy  Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) -- Developed originally in the 1970s Stanley Rachman's work a type of behavioral therapy  that exposes the person to situations that provoke their obsessions causing distress, usually anxiety which leads to  the urge to engage in the compulsion  that gives them the temporary relief.   The goal of ERP is to break the cycle of obsessions --> anxiety --> compulsion --> temporary relief.  So you are exposed to you anxiety provoking stimulus, and have the obsession, but you prevent the compulsive response, and you don't get the temporary relief.  Basic premise: As individuals confront their fears and no longer engage in their escape response, they will eventually reduce their anxiety. The goal is to habituate, or get used to the feelings of the obsessions, without having to engage in the compulsive behavior.  This increases the capacity to handle discomfort and anxiety.  Then one is no longer reinforced by the temporary anxiety relief that the compulsion provides.   Patrick Carey writes that: Any behavior that engages with the obsession– e.g. asking for reassurance, avoidance, rumination– reinforces it. By preventing these behaviors, ERP teaches people that they can tolerate their distress without turning to compulsions. It thereby drains obsessions of their power.  Division 12 of the APA   Essence of therapy: Individuals with OCD repeatedly confront the thoughts, images, objects, and situations that make them anxious and/or start their obsessions in a systematic fashion, without performing compulsive behaviors that typically serve to reduce anxiety. Through this process, the individual learns that there is nothing to fear and the obsessions no longer cause distress. From the IOCDF :  With ERP, the difference is that when you make the choice to confront your anxiety and obsessions you must also make a commitment to not give in and engage in the compulsive behavior. When you don't do the compulsive behaviors, over time you will actually feel a drop in your anxiety level. This natural drop in anxiety that happens when you stay “exposed” and “prevent” the compulsive “response” is called habituation. Instead, a person is forced to confront their obsessive thoughts relentlessly. The goal is to make the sufferer so accustomed to their obsessions that they no longer feel tempted to engage in soothing compulsions. Types of Exposure -- GoodTherapy.org article Imaginal Exposure: In this type of exposure, a person in therapy is asked to mentally confront the fear or situation by picturing it in one's mind. For example, a person with agoraphobia, a fear of crowded places, might imagine standing in a crowded mall.  In Vivo Exposure: When using this type of exposure, a person is exposed to real-life objects and scenarios. For example, a person with a fear of flying might go to the airport and watch a plane take off.  Virtual Reality Exposure: This type of exposure combines elements of both imaginal and in vivo exposure so that a person is placed in situations that appear real but are actually fabricated. For example, someone who has a fear of heights—acrophobia—might participate in a virtual simulation of climbing down a fire escape.   Steven Pence, and colleagues in a 2010 article in the American Journal of Psychotherapy:  "When exposures go wrong: Troubleshooting guidelines for managing difficult scenarios that arise in Exposure-based treatment for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder The present article reviews five issues that occur in therapy but have been minimally discussed in the OCD treatment literature:  1) when clients fail to habituate to their anxiety -- they don't calm down2) when clients misjudge how much anxiety an exposure will actually cause3) when incidental exposures happen in session -- other fears in the fear hierarchy intrude.  4) when mental or covert rituals interfere with treatment -- covert compulsive behaviors5) when clients demonstrate exceptionally high anxiety sensitivity.  Stacey Smith Counseling at stacysmithcounseling.com -- ERP failures Utilizing safety behaviors  Not sitting with the anxiety until it dissipates -- distracting yourself  Not working through all the irrational, unhelpful thoughts  Not practicing often enough.   ERP criticisms  Can be really unpleasant for clients -- repeated exposures to terrifying stimuli -- can there be a better way? Concerns about safety and security   Concerns about flooding with anxiety  Ben Blum: Inside the Revolutionary Treatment That Could Change Psychotherapy Forever  elemental.medium.com July 21, 2020 Robert Fox is haunted by a memory of a germophobic woman with OCD whom he met once while she was hospitalized. As part of her ERP therapy, the therapists took her into the bathroom and had her wipe her hands over the toilet and sink and then rub them through her hair. She wasn't permitted to shower until the next morning.   Concerns about dropout rates.   Dropout rate of 18.7% across 21 ERP studies with 1400 participants Clarissa Ong and colleagues in 2016 article in the Journal of Anxiety Disorders Dropout rate of 10% among youth for ERP in a 2019 meta-analysis by Carly Johnco and her colleagues in the Journal "Depression and Anxiety" 11 randomized trials I'm concerned that it doesn't go deep enough  Not getting to root causes -- staying at the symptom level -- seeing symptoms as nonsensical One thing which I can't stress enough is that OCD is completely nonsensical and will not listen to reason. This is one of the most frightening things about having it. I knew that to anyone I told, there are Salvador Dali paintings that make more sense. - Author: Joe Wells   What is the fear really about.  Let's not just ignore it.  Fear is a response to something. Tracing back layers, going back through grief and anger, all the way to shame.  Shame episodes 37-49.   Doesn't get to any spiritual issues Medication  International OCD Foundation Drugs and dosages High doses are often needed for these drugs to work in most people.   Research suggests that the following doses may be needed:  fluvoxamine (Luvox®) – up to 300 mg/day  fluoxetine (Prozac®) – 40-80 mg/day  sertraline (Zoloft®) – up to 200 mg/day   paroxetine (Paxil®) – 40-60 mg/day   citalopram (Celexa®) – up to 40 mg/day*   clomipramine (Anafranil®) – up to 250 mg/day  escitalopram (Lexapro®) – up to 40 mg/day   venlafaxine (Effexor®) – up to 375 mg/day   How Do These Medications Work?  From the International OCD Foundation.  It remains unclear as to how these particular drugs help OCD. The good news is that after decades of research, we know how to treat patients, even though we do not know exactly why our treatments work. We do know that each of these medications affect a chemical in the brain called serotonin. Serotonin is used by the brain as a messenger. If your brain does not have enough serotonin, then the nerves in your brain might not be communicating right. Adding these medications to your body can help boost your serotonin and get your brain back on track.   Discussion of conventional approaches  Medication  I am not a physician -- I'm a psychologist and I don't have prescription privileges I don't give advice on medication choices or on dosages or anything like that.  If you think your medication is helping your OCD, I'm not going to argue with you about that --  I don't want to try to dissuade anyone from taking medication for psychological issues if they think it's helping them.   Here's the thing, though.  So much of your thinking about medication depends on what you see as the cause of the problem It makes sense to take medication if you think the obsessions and compulsions pop up because of chemical imbalances.   You take the medication to restore the chemical balance and reduce the symptoms.  So many of treatments for OCD treat the obsessions and compulsions as meaningless, as irrational, as just the random epiphenomena of consciousness, or just as nonsensical expressions of miswiring in the brain or just the effects of poorly balanced neurochemical in the brain.     And so these approaches, like ERP that and medication that target the obsessions and compulsions for eradication, that seek to vanquish them result in multiple problems  I think that is a major, major mistake.   And here is what I want to emphasize.  Obsessions and Compulsions are symptoms.  They are symptoms.  Obsessions and compulsions, as painful and as debilitating as they are for many people, those obsessions and compulsions are not the primary problem.  They are the effects of the primary problem.  Obsessions and compulsions happen late in the causal chain.  I see meaning in every obsession and in every compulsion.  I see a message in every obsession and compulsion.  A cry for help, a signal of deeper distress.   There are cases in which a psychological problem can be purely or primarily organic -- due to a medical condition -- for example due to head trauma that causes brain damage.  Or a brain tumor on the pituitary gland that disrupts your whole endocrine system, resulting in mood swings. But, Most of the time, though, psychological symptoms have psychological causes.   As a Catholic psychologist, I want to move much further back in the causal chain.  I want to address and resolve the underlying issues that give rise to the obsessions in the first place.   Self Help  Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) at helpguide.org  Identify your triggers Can help you anticipate your urges  Create a solid mental picture and then make a mental note. Tell yourself, “The window is now closed,” or “I can see that the oven is turned off.”  When the urge to check arises later, you will find it easier to re-label it as “just an obsessive thought.”   Learn to resist OCD compulsions by repeatedly exposing yourself to your OCD triggers, you can learn to resist the urge to complete your compulsive rituals --  exposure and response prevention (ERP)  Build your fear ladder -- working your way up to more and more frightening things.   Resist the urge to do your compulsive behavior The anxiety will fade You're not going to lose control or have a breakdown Practice Challenge Obsessive thoughts Thoughts are just thoughts   Write down obsessive thoughts and compulsions Writing it all down will help you see just how repetitive your obsessions are.  Writing down the same phrase or urge hundreds of times will help it lose its power.  Writing thoughts down is much harder work than simply thinking them, so your obsessive thoughts are likely to disappear sooner.   Challenge your obsessive thoughts. Use your worry period to challenge negative or intrusive thoughts by asking yourself What's the evidence that the thought is true? That it's not true? Have I confused a thought with a fact?   Is there a more positive, realistic way of looking at the situation?  What's the probability that what I'm scared of will actually happen? If the probability is low, what are some more likely outcomes?   Is the thought helpful? How will obsessing about it help me and how will it hurt me?   What would I say to a friend who had this thought?   Create an OCD worry period. Rather than trying to suppress obsessions or compulsions, develop the habit of rescheduling them. Choose one or two 10-minute “worry periods” each day, time you can devote to obsessing.  During your worry period, focus only on negative thoughts or urges. Don't try to correct them. At the end of the worry period, take a few calming breaths, let the obsessive thoughts go, and return to your normal activities. The rest of the day, however, is to be designated free of obsessions.  When thoughts come into your head during the day, write them down and “postpone” them to your worry period.   Create a tape of your OCD obsessions or intrusive thoughts. Focus on one specific thought or obsession and record it to a tape recorder or smartphone.  Recount the obsessive phrase, sentence, or story exactly as it comes into your mind.  Play the tape back to yourself, over and over for a 45-minute period each day, until listening to the obsession no longer causes you to feel highly distressed.   By continuously confronting your worry or obsession you will gradually become less anxious. You can then repeat the exercise for a different obsession.   Reach our for support Stay connected to family and friends.  Join an OCD support group.  Manage Stress Quickly self-soothe and relieve anxiety symptoms by making use of one or more of your physical senses—sight, smell, hearing, touch, taste—or movement. You might try listening to a favorite piece of music, looking at a treasured photo, savoring a cup of tea, or stroking a pet.   Practice relaxation techniques. Mindful meditation, yoga, deep breathing, and other relaxation techniques can help lower your overall stress and tension levels and help you manage your urges. For best results, try practicing a relaxation technique regularly. Lifestyle changes Exercise regularly  Get enough sleep  Avoid alcohol and nicotine   Not sure this is going to work.  Doesn't get to root causes.   IFS as an alternative From Verywellmind.com  What is Internal Family Systems?  By Theodora Blanchfield, August 22, 2021    What Is Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy? Internal family systems, or IFS, is a type of therapy that believes we are all made up of several parts or sub-personalities. It draws from structural, strategic, narrative, and Bowenian types of family therapy. The founder, Dr. Richard Schwartz, thought of the mind as an inner family and began applying techniques to individuals that he usually used with families.  The underlying concept of this theory is that we all have several parts living within us that fulfill both healthy and unhealthy roles. Life events or trauma, however, can force us out of those healthy roles into extreme roles. The good news is that these internal roles are not static and can change with time and work. The goal of IFS therapy is to achieve balance within the internal system and to differentiate and elevate the self so it can be an effective leader in the system.   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.  Robert Fox and Alessio Rizzo  have done the most work with IFS to work with obsessions and compulsions.    Sources IFS and Hope with OCD with Alessio Rizzo and Robert Fox -- Episode 102 of Tammy Sollenberger's podcast The One Inside -- September 17, 2021  Podcast IFS Talks:  Hosts Aníbal Henriques & Tisha Shull  A Talk with Robert Fox on OCD-types -- Robert Fox   February 20, 2021   Robert Fox, IFS therapist with OCD  Ben Blum: Inside the Revolutionary Treatment That Could Change Psychotherapy Forever  elemental.medium.com July 21, 2020 https://elemental.medium.com/inside-the-revolutionary-treatment-that-could-change-psychotherapy-forever-8be035d54770   Robert Fox, a therapist in Woburn, Massachusetts, also wishes more people knew about IFS. Diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder at age 21 after a lifetime of unusual compulsions, he spent 23 years receiving the standard care: cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and exposure response prevention (ERP). Neither had much effect, especially ERP, which involved repeatedly exposing himself to things he was anxious about in the hopes of gradually habituating to them. “When you think about it, it's a very painful method of therapy,” he says. Fox discovered IFS in 2008. Before, he had always been encouraged to think of his compulsions as meaningless pathologies. Now, for the first time, they began making sense to him as the behavior of protectors who were trying to manage the underlying shame and fear of exiles. After two particularly powerful unburdenings, his symptoms abated by 95% and stayed that way. “[OCD] used to be almost like kryptonite around my neck when I would have serious flare-ups,” he says. “I feel a lot of freedom and peace and I really owe it to Dick [Schwartz] and the model.” Concerns about ERP  ERP doesn't bring the curiosity -- why did this happen?   Obsessions are not irrational and Compulsions are not meaningless Alessio Rizzo Conventional OCD diagnosis and treatment ERP and medication -- nothing points back to underlying causes. Alessio Rizzo:  Evidence-based approaches for OCD that work -- they work by drawing a manager part into a role of suppressing OCD symptoms  Needing to continue ERP.   Causes:  Fox Repressed anger. -- not a parent who could witness   Intense shame that is dissociated Shame from childhood -- exiled  Shame from the OCD itself.  -- sarcasm from others, especially from his older brother.   “OCD is like having a bully stuck inside your head and nobody else can see it.” — Krissy McDermott   We hide what we are ashamed of -- not easy to treat.   Fox on his treatment:  Right. I didn't see it myself until one day I was out for a walk with my dog Gizmo around my block, walking around the block with him and I had been to all these lectures about shame and I was walking one day and all of a sudden it was like, it just came to me “Holy, Holy, Holy shit. I carry that shame.” And it was like a dark cloud that was overhead and just kind of followed me wherever I went. And it was actually not an awful thing to realize. That's what had been basically walking around on my back for so long. It was this deep shame. In agreement with how central I think shame is to OCD Obsessions and compulsions develop gradually and experiment with different ways of drawing attention away from the intensity of underlying experience.  All happens in silence in the inner world.   An obsession or compulsion distracts us from the pain of an exile.  If I'm worrying about the gas in the lawnmower overflowing and blowing up the house -- takes me away from the shame of feeling inadequate at work.   Needs to be powerful enough to hijack my mind So many layers of protectors  -- takes time Alessio Rizzo Post dated March 3, 2021 entitled "IFS and OCD -- A Comparison Between CBT and IFS for OCD.  https://www.therapywithalessio.com/articles/ifs-and-ocd-how-does-the-ifs-method-work-for-ocd In IFS, we use the language of parts to describe how we function. As a consequence, the OCD is considered a part of the person. This means that, even if the OCD seems quite a strong presence in the client's life, there is much more to a person than OCD.  At this stage CBT and IFS might look similar because CBT also encourages clients to label the anxieties and the intrusive thoughts that form the OCD and not engage with them.  The main difference between CBT and IFS is in how we relate to the OCD part.  One of the foundational elements of IFS is that all parts are welcome, and, therefore, the OCD part is not dismissed or ignored, but it is respected. Respect does not mean that the client will believe the content of intrusive thoughts or that they will follow up on whatever behaviour the OCD wants. IFS gives us a way to make sure that there is enough safety and calm before offering respect to the OCD part. This might take a different amount of attempts depending on the severity of the OCD, and on the strength of the relationship between therapist and client.  Healing OCD with IFS  The main difference between CBT and IFS is in the definition of “cure” of OCD.  CBT therapy has the ultimate goal of empowering the client to overcome OCD thoughts and anxieties by never engaging with them or by using exposure therapy to demonstrate that the OCD fears and obsessions have got no evidence to exist.  IFS believes that healing is the result of the re-organisation of parts so that extreme behaviour is substituted by more functional ways of thinking and acting, and, above all, IFS aims at healing the traumatic events that have led to the development of OCD symptoms.    The result of healing the trauma that fuels OCD is a spontaneous decrease of OCD anxieties and intrusive thoughts and, in my opinion, this form of healing is preferable to the one described by CBT. Using IFS language, the CBT approach aims at creating a new part in the system that is tasked with managing the OCD, while there is no attention paid to discovery and healing of the trauma that is fueling the OCD.Choosing the method that best suits you There is no way of saying what method works best for a person.  Therapy outcomes depend on many factors and not only on the method used. Sometimes the quality of the therapeutic relationship is the biggest healing factor, and it is ultimately up to the client to find the best combination of therapist and method that can best suit them. Colleen West, LMFT LMFT  December 20 post on her website colleenwest.com  Treating OCD with Internal Family Systems Parts Work Just a word about treating OCD with IFS versus Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). Treating obsessive and compulsive parts with IFS is diametrically opposed to treating it in the Exposure and Response Prevention, the most commonly recommended approach. IFS treats OCD parts as what they are--managers and fire fighters, they have jobs to do. If you can help the exiles underneath these protectors, there will be less need for the OCD behaviors. (This might be complicated if there are still constant stressors in the client's life, for which they need the protection.)   IFS does work, and I have successfully treated people with full blown OCD who now have about 5% of their original symptoms only during moments of high stress, and they do not consider themselves OCD anymore. These clients have been helped by taking SSRIs as well, which I will say more about below.ERP works to suppress those same protectors that IFS seeks to understand/care for. It does "work", as people get a strategy for the thoughts that are driving them nuts, but the folks I know who have gone through this treatment find they have to do their 'homework' forever or the OCD comes back, and they always feel it threatening. In short, it is stressful, and the fight is never over.For anyone doing ERP, they have to commit fully to that approach, the homework is hours a day, and one cannot be halfhearted about it or it won't work. The good thing about ERP is that it gives people some control, which they strongly desire, because they feel so powerless. Next episode Episode 87, will come out on December 6, 2022 Scrupulosity --  I have such a different take -- Scrupulosity is what happens with perfectionism and OCD get religion.   Spiritual and Psychological elements.   In the last episode we really got into understanding perfectionism.  In this episode, we worked on really getting to know about obsessions and compulsions.  Next episode, we get much more into scrupulosity.  My own battle with scrupulosity.   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 crisis@soulsandhearts.com.  Resilient Catholics Community.  Talked a lot about it in episode 84, two episodes ago.  We now have 106 on the waiting list.  Reopening the community on December 1 for those on the waiting list first.  Can learn a lot more about the RCC and you can sign up at soulsandhearts.com/rcc.  We have had heavy demand.  We may have to limit how many we bring in.  I am working to clear time in my calendar to review the Initial Measures Kits and help new members through the onboarding process -- all the individual attention takes time.  I'm also hiring more staff to help.   Pray for me.  Humility.  Childlike trust   Invocations        

My Favorite Mistake
Money Mistakes With Currencies or International Transfers: Kelly Cutchin

My Favorite Mistake

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 36:17


Show notes page: https://www.markgraban.com/mistake115 My guest for Episode #115 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Kelly Cutchin, the Country Manager at Moneycorp, a global currency exchange leader and she has helped many Americans make overseas investments. She has over a decade of experience in the foreign exchange industry. She joined Moneycorp in 2006 as the first American employee. In today's episode, Kelly shares her “favorite mistake” story from working at a restaurant as a teenager, and how that story came when her CEO asked people around the table about a mistake they made (his was an expensive mistake involving M&Ms production). Kelly learned that we all make mistakes and it's OK to not have the answer to every question. She's also learned about the mistakes people make related to international business or real estate transactions. We talk about that and other topics including: CEO asked “what's your biggest mistake” around an event table Mistakes people make investing overseas? Corporate mistakes with transferring money overseas? Mistakes people planning to retire overseas? Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies? Undoing people's mistakes? Find Kelly and Moneycorp on Social Media: Twitter LinkedIn --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/favorite-mistake/support

Catholic Truth Podcast
The Real Truth about the INQUISITION! (Undoing age old MYTHS!)

Catholic Truth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 55:55


The Real Truth about the INQUISITION! (Undoing age old MYTHS!) 

TRU DISCIPLE PODCAST
Undoing Religion

TRU DISCIPLE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 49:20


Knowing who Jesus is- Reconnecting to the Head: Colossians 2:18-21.

Audio Dharma
Guided Meditation: Undoing and Non-Doing

Audio Dharma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 32:32


This talk was given by Gil Fronsdal on 2021.10.28 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. ******* For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org ******* If you have enjoyed this talk, please consider supporting AudioDharma with a donation at https://www.audiodharma.org/donate/. ******* This talk is licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License

Audio Dharma: Gil Fronsdal's most recent Dharma talks
Guided Meditation: Undoing and Non-Doing

Audio Dharma: Gil Fronsdal's most recent Dharma talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 32:32


This talk was given by Gil Fronsdal on 2021.10.28 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. ******* For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org ******* If you have enjoyed this talk, please consider supporting AudioDharma with a donation at https://www.audiodharma.org/donate/. ******* This talk is licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License

The Group Practice Exchange
Episode 172 [ Interview] | Shame and Money with Wendy Wright

The Group Practice Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 20:49


Hey Group Practice listeners! New podcast episode out today! In this episode, I'm talking with Wendy Wright about navigating shame around money as a group practice owner. In this episode we cover: Meeting our relationship with money where it is Undoing shame based learning Abundant compassionate curiosity with regards to our financials Exploring your relationship to debt and savings This episode is sponsored by TherapyNotes. TherapyNotes is an EHR software that helps behavioral health professionals manage their practice with confidence and efficiency. I use TherapyNotes in my own group practice and love its amazing support team, billing features, and scheduling capabilities. It serves us well as a large group practice owner. Do you ever wish for a financial therapist who could relieve you from the last few months' bookkeeping, talk you off the edge when you're running into issues with Quickbooks, or help you work through a profit plan for growth? GreenOak Accounting does just that! GreenOak Accounting is an accounting firm that specializes in working with group practices. Their value goes WAY beyond bookkeeping; they can help you get on track for financial success. Schedule a free consultation by going to http://greenoakaccounting.com/tgpe

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
Why can't Democrats pass legislation? Plus, 'Succession'

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 42:15


Sam chats with NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson about why dysfunction in the Democratic Party is putting the big "Build Back Better" spending bill in Congressional limbo. Plus, The New Yorker staff writer Doreen St. Felix on Succession, representations of class on TV, and why the plethora of shows about white people being terrible (Succession, The White Lotus, The Undoing, Nine Perfect Strangers, Hacks ... you get the idea) are so addictive. Then, they are joined by The New York Times metro reporter Jazmine Hughes for a game of Who Said That? You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at samsanders@npr.org.

1/2 hora es suficiente
Medio Undoing

1/2 hora es suficiente

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 28:04


¡MEDIO UNDOING! En nuestro nuevo episodio 61, traemos para ti: Música Les comentamos sobre Doja Cat y el lanzamiento del video My Universe de Coldplay y BTS Cine Nuestra recomendación, Free Guy y Mas allá de la muerte Series Te comentamos sobre Only murders in the Building y Undoing Nuestros acostumbrados segmentos ½ curioso y, en Voces de ½ hora te presentamos a los irrepetibles Zona 7 y un avance de su nuevo tema Suéltala Esta temporada llega a ustedes gracias a nuestros queridos amigos de: Sky Fly Atlantic. Vuela, tan alto como quieras Organización Mancuadra. Servicios jurídicos y académicos al alcance de todos VIP Salud y Belleza. Todo lo que deseas, en un ambiente de primera La Mulata de Oro. Los mejores tips pasteleros Infobululú. Curamos la información, para ti Isabella Vecchionacce. Tu asesor jurídico Goyo's Workshop. Diseño, arte y economía Escúchanos en todas las plataformas de Podcast, suscribete y así no te perderás nuestras novedades https://linktr.ee/mediahoraessuficiente Producción de ½ Hora es Suficiente: Isabella Vecchionacce y Jonathan Lilue. Edición: Jonathan Lilue Musicalización: Félix Tapia cuyo trabajo podrán conocer mas a fondo en https://www.instagram.com/elchako/ https://www.behance.net/tapiafelix --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/12-hora-es-suficiente/support

Jim and Them
I AM WEED - #699 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 98:01


Megan Fox & MGK: Let the cringe continue as Megan Fox and MGK continue their grasps for attention by acting like they are in on the joke.Palette Cleansers: From Trump talking about Haitian AIDS, broken legs, and accidents and getting hit by cars, we got it all!WELCOME TO GOD'S ARMY!, MIDNIGHT MASS!, MOANA!, PUNK ROCK FACTORY!, HOW FAR I'LL GO!, UNHINGED!, JOE ROGAN!, IDEOLOGY!, GAY MARRIAGE!, I GOT A PITCH!, BUSINESSES!, SHARK TANK!, THEME GAY BAR!, MO'S TAVERN!, EXPLAINS THE WHOLE THING!, BILLION DOLLAR IDEA!, MEGAN FOX!, MACHINE GUN KELLY!, MGK!, BRITISH GQ!, I AM WEED!, INTERVIEW!, PUBLICIST!, INDUSTRY PHONINESS!, SUPERMODEL!, CELEBRITY!, PETE DAVIDSON!, MAC MILLER!, ANTIKS!, ANGELINA JOLIE!, BILLY BOB THORNTON!, HARRY POTTER!, SEX!, DWIGHT!, JENNIFER'S BODY!, JUNO!, MAGIC MAGIC!, MICHAEL CERA!, EVIL TWIN!, PICNIC!, FIRST DATE!, BRIAN AUSTIN GREEN!, BAG!, YOU SEND ME!, PM DAWN!, THE PHARCYDE!, PASS ME BY!, LESS THAN JAKE!, REEL BIG FISH!, FACE TO FACE!, MARVEL!, LUCIFER!, DC COMICS!, SANDMAN!, BIG LITTLE LIES!, NINE PERFECT STRANGERS!, THE UNDOING!, DOPEST RELATIONSHIP YOU EVER DOPED!, DE LA SOUL!, TRIBE!, TRUMP!, HAITIANS!, UNHINGED!, AIDS!, AZT!, BROKEN LEG!, TWEAKED OUT!, CARS DOING DONUTS!, BOUNCED!, MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS!, LAYING IN THE ROAD!, OH MY GOD!, JESUS!, DEM FOLKS!, ROTTEN BASTARDS!, LATINX BIRTHDAY PARTIES!, SMASHED INTO CAKE!, BROKEN NOSE!, BRUTAL!, DECK COLLAPSE!, MAILMAN!, DOG!, STAIR COLLAPSE!, RACIST ASIAN!, PIMP!, PISTOL WHIP!, CONVENIENCE STORE!, BEAT UP!, INDIAN!, MOCKING!, RESTAURANT!, GAVE THEM THEIR FOOD!, NOT PAYING!, BALCONY FIGHT!, TUMBLE!, CRASH DOWN!, TESLA CRASH!, BLAME ELON!, NO BRAKES!, WAREHOUSE!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Free Library Podcast
Anthony Doerr | Cloud Cuckoo Land

Free Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 59:11


In conversation with John Freeman Anthony Doerr won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for All the Light We Cannot See, ''a beautiful, daring, heartbreaking, oddly joyous novel'' (Seattle Times) about a blind French girl and a German boy navigating the carnage of World War II. Also the winner of the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction and a National Book Award finalist, it spent more than two years on the New York Times bestseller list. Doerr's other work includes the novel About Grace, two story collections, and a memoir, for which he has earned five O. Henry Prizes, the Story Prize, and a Guggenheim Fellowship, among other honors. A novel of the interconnected tapestry of human experience, Cloud Cuckoo Land weaves together the lives of a fifteenth century orphan, an octogenarian in present-day Idaho, and a girl on an interstellar spacecraft decades from today. John Freeman was the editor of Granta until 2013. His books include Dictionary of the Undoing, How to Read a Novelist, Tales of Two Americas, and Tales of Two Planets. His poetry includes the collections Maps, The Park, and the forthcoming Wind, Trees. In 2021, he edited the anthologies There's a Revolution Outside, My Love with Tracy K. Smith, and The Penguin Book of the Modern American Short Story. An Executive Editor at Knopf, he teaches writing and literature classes at NYU. (recorded 10/19/2021)

ROBIN HOOD RADIO INTERVIEWS
Marshall Miles Interviews Dr. Richard O’Connor, “Undoing Depression: What Therapy Doesn’t Teach You and Medication Can’t Give You,” A Special Zoom Event at the Hotchkiss Library Nov 17 at 7PM

ROBIN HOOD RADIO INTERVIEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 14:24


The bestselling approachable guide that has inspired thousands of readers to manage or overcome depression — fully revised and updated for life in the 21st century. Depression rates around the world have skyrocketed in the 20‑plus years since Richard O'Connor first published his classic book on living with and overcoming depression. Nearly 40 million American adults suffer from the condition, which affects nearly every aspect of life, from relationships, to job performance, physical health, productivity, and, of course, overall happiness. And in an increasingly stressful and overwhelming world, it's more important than ever to understand the causes and effects of depression, and what we can do to overcome it.

Slumber Party
Patreon Episode Release - SCREAM and more (w/ Emmy Hart and My Gay Boyfriend)

Slumber Party

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 57:15


This very hilarious episode has been behind the paywall all year so we are releasing it to the public because it is too good to keep hidden. Tim gives his take on the new Scream trailer then he, Emmy and Michael discuss what to watch from the hot shows of the last year. For more bonus episodes like this head to www.patreon.com/Tmurray06

The Potter's Touch on Lightsource.com - Audio

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/973/29 When life feels like it's coming undone, remember that God is still in control. He has a purpose. This is only the beginning of great things to come.

The Potter's Touch on Lightsource.com - Audio

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/973/29 When life feels like it's coming undone, remember that God is still in control. He has a purpose. This is only the beginning of great things to come.

The Potter's Touch on Lightsource.com

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/973/29 Watch Bishop T.D. Jakes from The Potters Touch

The Potter's Touch on Lightsource.com

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/973/29 Watch Bishop T.D. Jakes from The Potters Touch