A group of around 400 people rushed into the Tennessee state Capitol in Nashville on Thursday morning to protest for stricter gun laws following the mass shooting at the Covenant School earlier this week. Hundreds of protesters descended on the Kentucky state Capitol on Wednesday as Republican lawmakers enacted a sweeping ban on sex changes for minors after overriding the veto of the Democratic governor. Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull joins "The News & Why It Matters" to discuss her recent assault at an anti-trans rally in New Zealand. The so-called QAnon Shaman, who pleaded guilty to storming the U.S. Capitol on January 6, has been released from prison to a halfway house 14 months early in an apparent sentence-reduction for good behavior. Republican Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie responded to a heated confrontation with Democratic New York Rep. Jamaal Bowman over gun control in the halls of Congress. Today's Sponsors: This year, resolve to stop supporting companies that don't align with your values. Patriot Mobile's 100% U.S.-based customer service team makes switching easy! Just go to http://PATRIOTMOBILE.COM/NEWS or call 878-PATRIOT! Get FREE ACTIVATION today with the offer code NEWS. First, you'll receive a FREE bottle of Blood Sugar Formula to reduce sugar cravings. You'll also get four FREE eBooks to support every aspect of your health. Try Liver Health Formula by going to http://www.GetLiverHelp.com/News and claim your five FREE bonus gifts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week's episode I talk to writer, Christina Campbell. Christina lives in Northern Virginia, USA, with her cats. She writes about invisible illness, singles' rights, and the inexorable onslaught of entropy. Her book, And Sarah His Wife, won the Michigan Writers' Cooperative Press Chapbook Contest in 2017. After earning her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from George Mason University, Christina co-founded the singles' advocacy blog, Onely, with her MFA classmate, Lisa Arnold. The site deconstructs cultural stereotypes about single hood, such as the myth that unmarried people die alone, eaten by their cats! Christina's writing on Onely has been featured, quoted, or referenced in numerous publications, including The Atlantic.com; The Sydney Morning Herald; Boston Magazine; PsychologyToday.com; the book Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone by Eric Klinenberg; the book Singlism: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How to Stop It by Bella DePaulo; and the book It's Not You: 27 (Wrong) Reasons You're Single, by Sara Eckel.Topics that Christina & I cover are: What motivated her and her college classmate, Lisa Arnold, to start their blog, Onely;Why Christina started writing about systemic singlism and discrimination against single people;How Christina has been affected personally by systemic singlism;Bereavement leave, how even that seems to favour those who are married, and how Christina wasn't entitled to take bereavement leave for two of her close relatives;How single people aren't able to choose recipients of certain benefits, whereas married people are automatically allowed to benefit their spouses;How single hood has meant that Christina has been hugely financially disadvantaged in respect of her health care;The project Christina worked on which found that single people, at a certain salary rate, finish their life at least $1,000,000 worse off than their married counterparts;How both Christina and I have been asked by 6 year old girls why we're not married, and why we live alone; and how important it is to show little girls that it's ok to be alone.Despite several relationships, Christina has always been very content on her own and never really felt the need to couple up;The stigma around childless women and how they are often perceived as ‘selfish'.Bella DePaulo's term ‘single at heart' and how Christina and I feel about it.How our ‘women's intuition' is our strongest tool against the patriarchal narratives;Last but not least, our beloved ‘fur baby' cats! Christina's Website:https://christinadc.com/ Onely blog:https://onely.orgUS Link to Christina's book, And Sarah His Wife:https://www.amazon.com/Sarah-Wife-Christina-Diane-Campbell/dp/1546681639 UK Link to the book: Book a FREE 30 minute coaching 'taster' session HERE: https://calendly.com/lucymeggeson/30minute Fancy getting your hands on my FREE Top 10 Mindset Tips? Head over to: www.lucymeggeson.com Interested in my 1-1 Coaching? Work with me HERE: https://www.lucymeggeson.com/workwithme Join my private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1870817913309222/?ref=share Follow me on Instagram: @spinsterhoodreimagined Follow me on Twitter: @LucyMeggeson Follow me on LinkedIn: Lucy Meggeson Email me: email@example.com And thank you so much for listening!!!
Running coach and author, Linda Flanagan, talks about her book, “Take Back the Game: How Money and Mania are Ruining Kids' Sports and Why It Matters," and gives tips on how parents can tell when they've gone too far.
Stretch: Relias Rehab Therapy Education
SLP – this podcast may help you meet your continuing education requirements. Access Relias Academy to review course certificate information. Tired of heavy workbooks and poor compliance with your SLP interventions in the home? Ready to lighten your load and ensure your speech, language, and cognitive-communication therapy is patient-centered, effective, and achieves your patients' goals? Listen to Shannon Liem, the National Clinical Director for Home Health Services for Aegis Therapies, explain the benefits of functional communication to your patients and your practice. Get inspired to create engaging and effective interventions using the items most meaningful to your patient – their own stuff! How are we doing? Click here to give us feedback (02:25) Why It Matters (03:49) SLP in Home Health: Diagnoses and Referral (06:16) Homebound Status and Cognitive-Communication Impairments (09:34) Homebound Status and Dysphagia (10:41) Structured vs. Functional Communication Intervention (13:35) Infection Control Concerns (16:26) Materials for Evaluations (18:31) Functional Intervention for Cognitive-Communication (21:26) Cognitive Example: Mild Cognitive Impairment - Keys in the Door (24:02) Cognitive Example: Hearing Impairment and Nighttime Checklist (26:27) Cognitive Example: Medication Management (30:34) Cognitive Examples: Everyday Problem Solving (37:45) Task Segmentation and Interdisciplinary Collaboration (38:39) Cognitive Example: Memory and Calendar (42:50) Cognitive Example: Executive Function (44:34) Speech Example: Speech Intelligibility (46:32) Swallowing Example: Modified Diet (50:52) Documentation and Goals (55:12) Home Exercise Recommendations (58:27) Interdisciplinary Communication for Follow-Through (01:02:00) Case Example: Medication Management (01:07:22) Conclusion The content for this course was created by Shannon Liem, MS, CCC-SLP. The content for this course was created by Susan Almon-Matangos, MS, SSS-SLP. Here is how Relias can help you earn continuing education credits: Access your Relias Library offered by your employer to see course certificate information and exam; or Access the continuing education library for clinicians at Relias Academy. Review the course certificate information, and if eligible, you can purchase the course to access the course exam and receive your certificate. Learn more about Relias at www.relias.com. Legal Disclaimer: The content of Stretch: Relias Rehab Therapy Education is provided only for educational and training purposes for healthcare professionals. The educational material provided in this podcast should not be used as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others. Resources American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) resources: Documentation examples: https://www.asha.org/practice/reimbursement/medicare/examples-of-documentation-of-skilled-and-unskilled-care-for-medicare-beneficiaries/ Getting started in home health: https://www.asha.org/slp/healthcare/start_home/ Length of treatment time in home health: https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.NOMS.25012020.44
Little by Little Homeschool - Homeschooling, Motherhood, Homemaking, Education, Family
Hey, Friend! Are you struggling right about now? We're halfway through the homeschool year and every day you're feeling more and more like giving up. The rut you're in is deep and you can't see a way out of it. Maybe the solution is to quit homeschool. You're wondering if your children would be better off in school. But what if there is a way to turn things around and get to a place of choosing to continue to homeschool? I have a few simple solutions that you can begin implementing today in order to see a change. Oh, and also...I have the answer to the question of whether you can quit homeschool. What do you think my answer is? ♥ Leigh Let's work together and get your homeschool to the place you just know it can be. We all can get stuck and not know what to do, how to adjust, or if we're even doing it right. We'll dive in deep to all the homeschool hot topics and create the homeschool that you and your children will thrive in! ENROLL IN CLARIFY YOUR HOMESCHOOL TODAY --> www.clarifyyourhomeschool.com Newsletter - > https://littlebylittlehomeschool.subscribemenow.com/ Community -＞https://www.facebook.com/groups/homeschoollifestylecommunity Follow -＞https://www.instagram.com/littlebylittlehomeschool/ Connect -＞ firstname.lastname@example.org Listen to these related episodes: 10. How to NOT Dread Parenting and Homeschooling the Teen Years: 4 Steps to Being Intentional Before the Teenage Years 16. How to Live in Contentment in the Winter as a Stay at Home Homeschooling Mom and Why It Matters 80. 10 Minutes to a Better Homeschool Day With Your Children: 3 Important Things to Do to Homeschool Well 84. 5 Quick Ideas to Make Your Homeschool Days More Enjoyable 125. 6 Warning Signs You Are About to Burnout As a Homeschool Mom
His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master.' Matthew 25 In the parable of the talents, the ruler gave three different servants talents to manage while he was away. While we see the command was the same, we see three different heart postures, actions and results. Let's dive into Genesis 1 and observe that our sexuality, our body, our gender and sex, pleasure and desire are gifts from God we're called to steward. So often in our Christian culture we're afraid of sexuality, our bodies and pleasure. We just don't talk about it. We silence it, we bury it and we put it away and talk about other things. But God wants us to grow this gift, not bury it. But how do we grow it and how can we be like the first two servants who are faithful? In today's episode we'll continue the conversation of stewarding sexuality and explore what it means to invest in these gifts and grow like the first two faithful servants. This episode is full of practical application you can apply today. Resources Mentioned: The Vagina Bible by Dr. Jen Gunter The Gift of Sexual Pleasure for Women by Joyce and Clifford Penner Rethinking Sexuality: God's Design and Why It Matters by Dr. Juli Slatery You're Invited: Keep learning with Francie! Join the Discipleship Circle group mentorship. This is a SWEET community of women, connected with the purpose of seeking God's heart for their reclaiming a redeemed view of sex and sexuality. Inside the circle, we will explore and discover the good news about God's heart for sex. Learn more here: Discipleship Circle Francie is partnered with MyCounselor.Online as a resource for Biblically based counseling, including sex therapy. You'll receive a 25% discount on your first session. Click here Connect with Francie: Receive Francie's weekly newsletter Website Instagram
0:00 Introduction2:47 Breakdown of Episode Outline6:02 Why It Matters & Why You Should Care9:07 Overview of the 3 Main Views10:30 Postmillennialism 16:30 Amillennialism 31:05 Premillennialism37:30 Natural Interpretation42:40 Imminent Return of Christ43:39 Two Phases of Christ's Return50:00 Conclusion
Today on AirTalk, should LAPD limit taking non-emergency 911 calls? We explain. Also on the show, what to expect in the next SoCal storm; Tv-Talk; and more. LAPD's Biggest Police Union Proposes Handing Off Some 911 Calls to Alternative Agencies (0:15) Why Is It Still Raining In March? The Unusual Atmospheric River Traveling Through California Right Now (33:32) “K-Pop Dreaming” Explores The Rise The Music Genre Through The Lens Of LA's Korean Diaspora (40:18) Future Of Orange County Power Authority In Question Following State Audit. Here's Why It Matters (51:20) Human Rights Lawyer Luis Moreno Ocampo, Subject Of Oscar-Nominated ‘Argentina, 1985,' On His Career Of Pursuing Of Justice (1:09:22) TV-Talk: ‘The Mandalorian' Season 3, ‘Perry Mason' Season 2, ‘True Lies' & More (1:21:43)
The Original Guide To Men's Health
In this two part episode we explore where the modern male finds himself. We review data demonstrating a trend of increasing gaps in educational achievement, increasing rates of male suicide, and addictions, the preponderance of males in the homeless population and the decline in males participating in key careers. We also hear about a Washington State bill to create a commission on boys and men, why it's important and potentially unique. If you're unsure if men are indeed in crisis, or are already familiar with some of the issues, listen as we explore,learn and hear not only the issues but solutions from our two very thoughtful, knowledgeable and engaging guests. Guests: Richard V. Reeves Richard V. Reeves is a senior fellow in Economic Studies,The Brookings Institute, where he holds the John C. and Nancy D. Whitehead Chair and leads the Boys and Men Project. His research focuses on boys and men, inequality, and social mobility. Richard's publications for Brookings include his latest book Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It (2022) and 2017's Dream Hoarders: How the American Upper Middle Class Is Leaving Everyone Else in the Dust, Why That Is a Problem, and What to Do about It. He is a contributor to The Atlantic, National Affairs, Democracy Journal, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. Richard is also the author of John Stuart Mill – Victorian Firebrand, an intellectual biography of the British liberal philosopher and politician. Rep. Mary Dye First appointed to the House of Representatives in 2015, Representative Mary Dye is a Republican from the Eastern Washington community of Pomeroy. She is serving her fifth term, representing the 9th Legislative District. As a ranking member of the House Environment and Energy Committee, Representative Dye prioritizes protection of affordable and reliable energy, improving environmental and water quality and outdoor recreation. She is also working to improve irrigation infrastructure to ensure irrigated farms are climate resilient. Representative Dye graduated from the Harvard Kennedy School Senior Executive Leadership program and holds a B.S. in Crop Management from the University of Idaho. She and her husband farm dryland wheat in Garfield County. Get more information from her website: www.RepresentativeMaryDye.com During This Episode We Discuss: The background data and trends supporting the issues are reviewed in an enlightened discussion with Brookings Scholar Richard Reeves Learn from a Washington State Legislator Rep. Mary Dye about her efforts to sponsor a bill that would create a Washington state commission on boys and men. The would address well-being, including educational achievement, suicide, homelessness, drug and alcohol addiction and overdose, and incarceration. Those that feel this bill is serving a population that has already been privileged are looking through a narrow lens. These interviews demonstrate why vulnerable populations, men in poverty, and BIPOC populations would all find an advantage to having such a commission. Recommended Resources: Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male is Struggling, Why It Matters and What to Do About It By Richard V Reeves How Toxic is Masculinity by Zoe Heller, Books, The New Yorker August 8,2022 Issue Men Need Purpose More Than ‘Respect' Opinion by David French, The New York Times, Feb.12,2023 https://lawfilesext.leg.wa.gov/biennium/2023-24/Pdf/Bills/House%20Bills/1270.pdf?q=20230116070700 Soulhealfilm.com. A film by Jose Enrique Pardo Equality for Boys and Men – Advancing empathy and equality ... https://equalityforboysandmen.org https://www.brookings.edu/blog/up-front/2023/01/13/the-case-for-a-commission-on-boys-and-men-will-washington-state-lead-the-way/ Visit our website for all the podcasts, additional resources and social media links Website: theoriginalguidetomenshealth.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theoriginalguidetomenshealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/guide2menshlth Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-original-guide-to-mens-health/
Doctrines of Grace on SermonAudio
A new MP3 sermon from Grace Community Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Particular Redemption: The Heart of the Matter and Why It Matters Subtitle: The Doctrines of Grace Speaker: Justin Trevino Broadcaster: Grace Community Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 2/26/2023 Length: 40 min.
Steve & Mark answer your listener questions. They discuss... - How much did Kyle's helicopter rescue cost? (Kyle SOS and rescue story is in Episode 389) - Does the wider K4 Hipbelt cause any pinching or limit mobility? - Where is the line between staying tough and staying safe when solo hunting in difficult conditions? - How is the K4 Load Shelf accessed, and how does it function compared to K3 Packs? - What are some book recommendations for hunting, training, mindset, and becoming a better man in general? (See the links below for some suggestions from Mark.) - What does the "K" in K4 stand for? - How do you change the frame height on the K4 Frame? K4 Updates & Giveaway: https://exomtngear.com/K4 // Mark's Reading Recommendations // There is a lot of variety in this list. Also, there are a lot of good "classics" and currently "popular" books that hunters may like, which Mark did not include, such as those from O'Connor, Rinella, Goggins, Hanes, etc. The goal of this list is to share books that Mark has found helpful on a variety of topics — from hunting, to business, to personal development, to history, and more... - Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones (https://amzn.to/3EEjKDt) - The Daily Stoic: 366 Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living (https://amzn.to/3IPdiMw) - Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World (https://amzn.to/3J00G5n) - Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less (https://amzn.to/3StXQIE) - Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It (https://amzn.to/41sfGA3) - Resilience: Hard-Won Wisdom for Living a Better Life (https://amzn.to/3IwwvBh) - Building a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen (https://amzn.to/3ImfmKg) - Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson and the Opening of the American West (https://amzn.to/3YZPsDq) - The Principle of the Path: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be (https://amzn.to/3YQypUd) - The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: 30th Anniversary Edition (https://amzn.to/3ZlUGt1) - Move Devotional: A Guide for Men to Get Up and Go Forward (https://amzn.to/3Su6Ld7) - A Beast the Color of Winter: The Mountain Goat Observed (https://amzn.to/3Sznxb6) - Life on the Rocks: A Portrait of the American Mountain Goat (https://amzn.to/3knYDP1) - An Archer's Inner Life: A Collection of Essays on the Wood Bow (https://amzn.to/3YXigMB) - Hunting Big Mule Deer: How to Take the Best Buck of Your Life (https://amzn.to/3KAsdLB) - Long Range Shooting Handbook: Complete Beginner's Guide to Long Range Shooting (https://amzn.to/3m6NVwA) - Becoming a Backpack Hunter: A Beginner's Guide to Hunting the Backcountry (https://amzn.to/41sEeJo) - Vintage Hunting Album: A Photographic Collection of Days Gone By (https://amzn.to/3ECz3fQ) - A Hunter's Heart: Honest Essays on Blood Sport (https://amzn.to/3xOmeeD) - Campfires in the Canadian Rockies (https://www.boone-crockett.org/camp-fires-canadian-rockies) Share your question: https://speakpipe.com/huntbackcountry or email@example.com View & Search the Podcast Archive: https://exomtngear.com/podcast
“Happiness is connected to how we are with what we have in front of us.”— Rabbi Rachel RosenbluthFalling midway through Adar, Purim celebrates the saving of the Jewish people in the Persian Empire, after a genocidal plot concocted by a rogue court official is thwarted by a brave young Jewish woman named Esther. During Adar, and particularly around Purim, we are meant to “increase in joy” — but in the absence of an “instant happiness” switch, how are we to obey this call, particularly during a period marked by increased stress, worry, and grief?This episode of the Living Jewishly Podcasts is an instalment of Sacred Time, a podcast about the healing art of the Hebrew calendar. Dr. Elliot Malamet sits down with therapist Idan Lumi and Rabbi Rachel Rosenbluth to explore the Jewish perspective regarding happiness, the importance of community, why material goods won't lead to true and lasting happiness, and the power of forgiveness.“Joy is cultivated. It's not just a feeling state.”— Rabbi Rachel RosenbluthThis episode discusses: How we may cultivate joy in the face of so much grief, pain, and tragedy around the world How we create community and connection through the celebration of PurimHow to turn a painful past experience into a transformative narrative, or a “good past”Guest:Idan Lumi is an international therapist, certified in “Beyond The Mind” Israeli therapy, and trained in trauma-informed therapy, imago, Hawaiian healing modalities, and myofascial bodywork. With 15 years of experience, his facilitation weaves eastern and western modalities with contemporary psychological needs to be both profound and practical. Highlights: 00:01 Intro00:50 Elements of joy & cultivating joy04:58 Happiness & meaningfulness10:43 Materialism & happiness17:03 Four Questions & “having a good past”21:01 Seeing the world with fresh eyes25:45 Creating community through Purim29:07 Drinking, substances & escapism32:46 Relationship between happiness & trauma37:08 Being present in the moment of grace39:58 Collective trauma & building safer systems41:32 Gender & trauma46:45 Purim & opportunitiesLinks:Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. FranklThe Art of Loving by Erich FrommFour Liberating Questions HERERewriting the Self: Psychotherapy and Midrash by Mordechai RotenbergBowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community by Robert D. PutnamThe Wisdom of Trauma HEREThe Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters by Priya ParkerSchool of Living JewishlyTo get in contact or learn more about Living Jewishly: Visit our websiteFollow us on Instagram: @living.jewishly Watch us on YouTubeor send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Shalom!
Welcome to MM#208 of the Theory to Action podcast, where we're exploring the concept of "Know Thyself" as the fundamental first rule of Willpower. We have a terrific guide today—Kelly McGonigal, author of The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It. Let's dive in and learn more about the power of self-knowledge and how it can help each of us become better versions of ourselves!Key Points from the Episode:The famous Greek Oracle at Delphi had the message "Know Thyself" inscribed on its entrance. This maxim reminds us that self-awareness is essential for success and growth.In today's world, we are often bombarded with more food choices than ever before. Knowing ourselves can help us make healthier eating decisions.Recognition is the first step towards understanding who we are and how we can flourish in life.Other resources:More goodnessGet our top book recommendations listWant to leave a review? Click here, and if we earned a five-star review from you **high five and knuckle bumps**, we appreciate it greatly, thank you so much!Because we care what you think about what we think and our website, please email David@teammojoacademy.com, or if you want to leave us a quick FREE, painless voicemail, we would appreciate that as well.Be sure to check out our very affordable Academy Review membership program at http:www.teammojoacademy.com/support
Little by Little Homeschool - Homeschooling, Motherhood, Homemaking, Education, Family
Hey, Friend! Do you ever wonder if what you're doing day in and day out is even making a difference at all? It can often feel like we are pouring in over and over and over again to our children and it's still the same thing the next day. We can easily get bogged down with not seeing the results we were hoping that we'd see. How can a homeschool mom be content on this hamster wheel during these days that feel so long? I felt this same way until a simple shift stirred in my heart. It truly is what led me to grow and become content right where I was. And I want to share that "secret" with you today. Pop your ear buds in, grab a cup of something warm, and let's have an open conversation. ♥ Leigh Let's work together and get your homeschool to the place you just know it can be. We all can get stuck and not know what to do, how to adjust, or if we're even doing it right. We'll dive in deep to all the homeschool hot topics and create the homeschool that you and your children will thrive in! ENROLL IN CLARIFY YOUR HOMESCHOOL TODAY --> www.clarifyyourhomeschool.com Newsletter - > https://littlebylittlehomeschool.subscribemenow.com/ Community -＞https://www.facebook.com/groups/homeschoollifestylecommunity Follow -＞https://www.instagram.com/littlebylittlehomeschool/ Connect -＞ email@example.com Listen to these related episodes: 16. How to Live in Contentment in the Winter as a Stay at Home Homeschooling Mom and Why It Matters 34. How Homeschooling Will Give you the Motherhood You've Always Dreamed Of and Why it is Counter-Cultural 37. Ready to Have Peace in Your Home Once and For All? Do These 2 Things...Daily! 70. Feeling Exhausted as a Homeschool Mom? 5 Ways to Be the Best Version of Yourself Every Day
In this wide-ranging episode, Jamie and Kent sit down with Bob Smietana, a veteran news reporter and author of Reorganized Religion: The Reshaping of the American Church and Why It Matters. Together they discuss why people are leaving American churches, examine the loss of resources from current trends (and scandals), and discuss what we can do to continue moving forward. Listen in to learn more about: Crises that Jamie and Kent are not prepared for—like cat-worshiping cults. The changing landscape of religion in America; it's not your grandmother's church anymore. How churches and denominations collaborate to get things done at the local level. As resources become scarce, how can churches and nonprofits effectively weigh the cost-benefit factor? Bob's thoughts on actions we can each take towards “doing better, faithfully.” Bob's tips for excellent storytelling, whether your audience is church members, donors, or readers. Bio: Bob Smietana is an award-winning religion reporter and editor who has spent two decades producing breaking news, data journalism, investigative reporting, profiles, and features for magazines, newspapers, trade publications, and websites. His book on the changing face of the American Church was recently named to Christianity Today's 2023 Book Awards. Publisher's Weekly called it “a must-read for anyone invested in the fate of the American church.” RESOURCES: Reorganized Religion: The Reshaping of the American Church and Why it Matters Bob's piece on “The Better Samaritan” blog: The Organized Kindness of Strangers, and Why It's in Danger Bob's article “Apocalypse Meow” Bob's website: bobsmietana.com This episode was produced by WildfireCreative Theme Song: “Turning Over Tables” by The Brilliance Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | TuneIn | Stitcher | RSS Follow us on Twitter: @drjamieaten | @kentannan Follow on Instagram: @wildfirecreativeco (Note to the listener: In this podcast, sometimes we'll have Evangelicals, and sometimes we won't. Learning how to do better involves listening to many perspectives with different insights and understanding. Sometimes it will make us uncomfortable, sometimes, we'll agree, and sometimes we won't. We think that's good. We want to listen for correction– Especially in our blind spots.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this Salcedo Storm Podcasts: Sara Gonzales is a long-time fighter for conservative values. She hosts the popular “News and Why It Matters” over on the Blaze. Sara is a mom who has made it a point to engage where angels fear to tread. Gonzales is teaming up with Texas Family Project to launch Defend Texas Kids to expose the depravity of the left and fight for sound public policy to Defend Texas Kids.
On this week's On the Media, what the data says about how boys and men are struggling today. Plus, the history behind Ticketmaster's dominance in the live music industry, and how Hollywood trust-busting in the 1930s and 1940s unleashed an era of indie films. 1. Richard Reeves [@RichardvReeves], a senior fellow in Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution and author of the book Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do About It, on the research that shows gender disparities growing in a surprising direction. Listen. 2. Moe Tkacik and Krista Brown [@moetkacik and @KristaKBrown], researchers at the American Economic Liberties Project, on how the grunge band Pearl Jam tried to take on Ticketmaster in the 1990s. Listen. 3. Peter Labuza [@labuzamovies], a film historian and researcher with the International Cinematographers Guild, on how a Supreme Court case broke up Hollywood's studio system and what this history can teach us about the present moment. Listen.
The Christian Worldview radio program
GUEST: DR. STEVEN LAWSON, author, New Life in ChristConfusion characterizes our world. Or maybe delusion is the better word, in that people are deluded by others or just self-deluded.There are no shortage of “experts”—politicians, scientists, teachers, professors, writers, speakers, journalists, analysts, commentators, influencers, and yes, Christian leaders—confidently making assertions about all matters of life and faith.So if you're pondering what is going wrong in the world, you will hear all kinds of responses—“racism, inequality, lack of education, capitalistic greed, moral corruption”—with all manner of proposed solutions, mostly promoting some new government program or law or political candidate.Despite all the talk, confusion and delusion still reign. People don't know who or what to believe about what's going on and don't understand the root cause of the problems.Because all of Scripture is inspired by the holy and perfect God, Christians have a foundation for discerning truth from error, right from wrong, and wisdom from foolishness.Dr. Steven Lawson, president of OnePassion Ministries, expository preacher, and author of New Life in Christ: What Really Happens When You're Born Again and Why It Matters, joins us this weekend on The Christian Worldview to discuss:What is going on in the world right now?Why has there been division over the issue of “social justice”?What does it mean to be born again?Please join us for this important program.
GeriPal - A Geriatrics and Palliative Care Podcast
Sometimes you read a book and get a flash of insight - that “ah ha!” moment - about yourself and the ways you interact with others. That happened to me when reading “Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World.” It helped me to understand and justify my interest in (this won't surprise you) EVERYTHING related to geriatrics or palliative care. Also hat tip to Matthew Growdon for recommending the book. Today we talk with Bob Arnold, who has a long list of recommendations for books that have the potential to generate an “ah ha!” moment. The podcast is ostensibly focused on becoming a better mentor, but as you'll hear, we discuss techniques that can help you cope with anxiety, stress, your spouse…the list goes on. In reality, insights from these books can help you be a better teacher, a more curious person, as well as a better mentor or mentee. Bob urges you to buy these books from your local bookstore. To that end, we're not including links with the titles below. Please shop locally. As a bonus, Lauren Hunt, frequent guest on GeriPal, heard we recorded this podcast and wanted to add a couple books to Bob's list (she saw Bob give a talk about these books at the NPCRC Foley retreat). Her list will strongly resonate with women in academics. See below for Lauren's two additions to Bob's list, with her personal commentary. Enjoy! -@AlexSmithMD Bob's booklist: Lori Gottlieb, Maybe You Should Talk to Somebody: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed Ethan Kross, Chatter: The Voice Inside Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It Eric Barker, Plays Well With Others: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Relationships Is (Mostly) Wrong Stephanie Foo, What My Bones Know: A Memoir of Healing From Complex Trauma Jennifer L. Eberhardt, Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do Claude M. Steele, Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do Marcus Buckingham, Nine Lies About Work: A Freethinking Leader's Guide to the Real World Marshall Goldsmith, What Got You Here Won't Get You There Adam Grant, Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success David Epstein, Range: How Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World Douglas Stone, Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well Douglas Stone, Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most Kerry Patterson, Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High Kerry Patterson, Crucial Accountability: Tools for Resolving Violated Expectations, Broken Commitments, and Bad Behavior Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life James Clear, Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results, Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones Michael Bungay Stanier, The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever Peter Bergman, You Can Change Other People: The Four Steps to Help Your Colleagues, Employees--Even Family--Up Their Game Doug Lemov, The Coach's Guide to Teaching Doug Lemov, Teach Like a Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques That Put Students on the Path to College Doug Lemov, Practice Perfect: 42 Rules for Getting Better at Getting Better From Lauren: The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It by Valerie Young I was inspired to read this book after reading a post on the 80,000 hours blog. I had heard of course heard of imposter syndrome in the past but I didn't make the connection to myself until I read this article and saw my thoughts printed on the page. You would think that after several years of a number of career successes, the imposter syndrome would have abated for me, but rather I found it getting worse! I thought that I should know more of what I was doing by this point in my career, but instead I often felt like I had no idea what I was doing! So I came across this book and found it very helpful. Young defines people who have imposter syndrome as those who have a “persistent belief in their lack of intelligence, skills, or competence. They are convinced that other people's praise and recognition of their accomplishments is undeserved, chalking up their achievements to chance, charm, connections, and external factors. Unable to internalize or feel deserving of their success, they continually doubt their ability to repeat past successes.” I certainly related to the point that instead of successes alleviating feelings of fraudulence, the opposite happens, because it increases pressures to uphold one's reputation. The pressures can be intense, leaving one wondering if it's all worth it, and prompting fantasies of leaving the charade behind. One thing I really liked about this book is that it places the imposter syndrome into the context of a patriarchal, misogynistic, racist society and organizations that create cultures that cultivate self-doubt (ahem academia). Imposter syndrome is a rationale response to a crazy world. We exist in a society and culture that actually judges women to be less competent at work (the studies she details are SUPER disturbing). It is not surprising we would internalize these norms. Also that being underrepresented in a field creates pressures not only to represent just oneself, but an entire gender. She focuses on women, but these concepts obviously apply to people of color and other disadvantaged social groups. And of course men can have imposter syndrome too. Another part I liked about the book is digging into the notion that one's success is due to luck, or being in the right place at the right time. She dispels these notions by pointing out that, first of all, luck is always present, even for people who are enormously talented and second, being the right place at the right time, having the right connections, and having a winning personality can sometimes actually be the result of skills or abilities, often the result of hard-work, hustling, and efforts to develop one's socioemotional capacity. This is a self-help book, so throughout she offers some useful rules and self-talk for responding to imposter syndrome thoughts. She details different ways to respond to thoughts based on your competence type. For example, if you are a perfectionist, she recommends reframing to a “good enough” quality standard—a mantra I adopted from colleague during the pandemic and has been incredibly helpful for me over the past few years. For the rugged individualist who equate true competence equals solo, unaided achievement, the reframe is “competence means knowing how to identify the resources needed to get the job done.” Another really important idea she raises is that women often have difficult choices to make about their career and its impact on other parts of their families and their other social networks that aren't as pronounced for men in our society. Sometimes it is difficult to disentangle these questions from feelings of imposter syndrome. For example, is reluctance to take on more responsibility at work or relocate because you feel inadequate or is it because of genuine concern about the impact on your family? Moreover, women (generalizing here) tend to place lower value on traditional measures of work success (e.g. money, power, influence) and greater value on connection and meaning. It can require a lot of soul searching to figure out whether one is avoiding career “success” out of fear or that certain paths are just truly not aligned with our values. Finally, towards the end of the book, she introduces the idea of “faking it till you make it” and having chutzpah—i.e going for it. Of course, she's not advocating for a George Santos approach (no lying) but just having a little bit more of a mindset that you'll figure it out once you're on the job. I'd definitely recommend this book if you've ever struggled with similar feelings or mentor people who might. She's got a breezy and relatable writing style that's easy to read, lots of great real-world stories, and piquant quotes. The No Club: Putting a Stop to Women's Dead-End Work by Linda Babcock, Brenda Peyser, Lise Vesterlund, and Laurie Weingart Summary of the book's premise: Work activities fall on a spectrum from promotable and non-promotable (NPT). Promotable activities are those that advance one's career. They use the word “advance” quite broadly to encompass various outcomes, like earning a promotion, getting plum assignments, increasing compensation, and enhancing marketability for other jobs. Promotable tasks are visible to others and increase the organization's currency. Some tasks may be indirectly promotable—they help you develop skills that have the potential to enhance your future success or access to future promotable work. NPT's are important to your organization but will not help to advance your career. These tasks have low visibility (think committees and other service). Too many NPT's can lead to work/work imbalance where promotable tasks get pushed to the side and advancement slows, or work-life imbalance, where advancement continues but at the expense of time in one's personal life (or both). Although not exclusively a problem for women, women are more likely to take on NPT's at work. This is because they are both asked more often and are more likely to say yes when asked. They propose both bottom-up (women saying no to more things) and top-down solutions (organizations making efforts to divide up NPT's more fairly and ensuring everyone is pitching in). Before I read this book, I didn't fully grasp the idea that an activity would be helpful to the organization but not to my own career. Sometimes requests for participation in these activities come with a veneer or prestige and lots of feel-good gratitude. I personally feel a lot of guilt and worry about disappointing people when I say no to things. Even declining to review an article for a journal is accompanied by some stomach knots (it's so hard to find reviewers!) I also place a lot of value in collaboration and working in teams, and the idea of working in a culture where everyone is only looking out for themselves is not appealing to me. But I'm also worried at the level of overwhelm I experience at times and perhaps some of you have experienced as well. How do we ensure that we are on sustainable path where we can stay in and build the world we want to live and work in? The book also got me thinking about what is promotable or not in academia, i.e. what is the currency. I think we all know that grants and publications are promotable activities, but even within that there are hierarchies. Some of these hierarchies I think I understand: a data-based paper in a high-impact journal has higher promotability than an editorial in a lower-impact journal. Some of them I'm not sure about: is an NIH project grant more promotable than a foundation grant and if so why (bc higher indirects?) Also, things like mentorship seem gray to me: senior-authored articles are evidence of independence and potential track to mentoring awards, but people often seem to place mentorship in the NPT category. I think having more transparency and discussion about what is promotable or not would be very useful. Highly recommend this book for women, men, people in leadership, and employees. It's extremely well-written, nuanced, and eye-opening. SPONSOR: This episode of the GeriPal Podcast is sponsored by UCSF's Division of Palliative Medicine, an amazing group doing world class palliative care. They are looking for physician faculty to join them in the inpatient and outpatient setting. To learn more about job opportunities, please click here: https://palliativemedicine.ucsf.edu/job-openings
In the quest for gender equality, it's easy to overlook that many men have not fared well in recent years. Richard V. Reeves is director of the Boys and Men Project for the Brookings Institution. He joins host Krys Boyd to discuss ground lost in the classroom and workplace for boys and men, and about how helping men doesn't mean giving up on gender equality. His book is “Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It.” This episode originally aired on September 26, 2022.
Stretch: Relias Rehab Therapy Education
PT, PTA, OT, OTA, SLP – this podcast may help you meet your continuing education requirements. Access Relias Academy to review course certificate information. How are we doing? Click here to give us feedback Are you overwhelmed by the expectation that you should be an expert clinician and an expert in all of the different cultures of your incredibly diverse patients? Help is on the way! Rahimeh Ramezany, who identifies as a multiethnic, neurodiverse, visibly Muslim American woman and works as a diversity, equity, inclusion, and intercultural specialist, joins us to discuss strategies to ensure your rehabilitation interventions align with your patient's culture. (03:04) Why It Matters (05:19) Stereotypes and Self-Awareness of Biases (07:46) Modesty: Working with a Provider of a Different Gender (09:36) Asking for Consent to Touch (11:41) Considerations for a Clinician and Patient of Different Genders (14:30) Direct and Indirect Communication (17:48) Creating a Space for Psychological Safety (19:44) Asking the Right Question to Probe Patient Status (22:55) Integrating Home Exercise Programs into the Patient's Day (24:02) Individualism and Collectivism (29:02) Accommodations for Prayer During Treatment Time (35:10) Muslim Dress and Modesty (39:43) Food and Drinks (42:16) Fasting During Ramadhan (46:37) Modifying Movement for Prayers (50:36) Conclusion The content for this course was created by Rahimeh Ramezany, M.A. The content for this course was created by Tiffany Shubert, PT, Ph.D. The content for this course was created by Susan Almon-Matangos, MS, CCC-SLP. Here is how Relias can help you earn continuing education credits: Access your Relias Library offered by your employer to see course certificate information and exam; or Access the continuing education library for clinicians at Relias Academy. Review the course certificate information, and if eligible, you can purchase the course to access the course exam and receive your certificate. Learn more about Relias at www.relias.com. Legal Disclaimer: The content of Stretch: Relias Rehab Therapy Education is provided only for educational and training purposes for healthcare professionals. The educational material provided in this podcast should not be used as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others. Resources 5 best practices for treating your Muslim patients: https://www.mdatl.com/2018/04/cultural-sensitivity-5-best-practices-treating-muslim-patients/ Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR): An employer's guide to Islamic religious practices: https://www.cair.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/An-Employer%E2%80%99s-Guide-to-Islamic-Religious-Practices.pdf Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU): Meeting the healthcare needs of American Muslims: Challenges and strategies for healthcare settings: https://www.ispu.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/620_ISPU_Report_Aasim-Padela_final.pdf
Recent research shows that honesty is one of the most highly sought-after leadership characteristics. However, there are many situations in which we sometimes feel like we can't be as honest as we'd like to be. So in this episode, I take a look at some of the ways you can bring honesty to the table more often, because it's what people are looking for in their leaders! Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time!
Curious Minds: Innovation in Life and Work
One of the messages our culture delivers is “not enough.” Not clever enough. Not busy enough. Not successful enough. It's a cultural mantra that beats just below the surface of many conversations, especially the ones we have with ourselves. That's what's so refreshing about Vanessa Bohns' book, You Have More Influence Than You Think: How We Underestimate our Power of Persuasion and Why It Matters. Vanessa's message, when it comes to influence and persuasion, is that we're more than enough. That's why it's so important we understand how they work because, like our favorite superheroes, we can use these powers for good or for evil. Vanessa is a professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times and Harvard Business Review, among other publications. Episode Links Shared Experiences are Amplified Audience-tuning Effects on Memory Saying is Believing Effect Prison Book Program The Team Learn more about host, Gayle Allen, and producer, Rob Mancabelli, here. Support the Podcast If you like the show, please rate and review it on iTunes or wherever you subscribe, and tell a friend or family member about the show. Subscribe Click here and then scroll down to see a sample of sites where you can subscribe.
Passion Struck with John R. Miles
Today I am joined on the Pasion Struck podcast by the award-winning psychologist and author Dr. Ethan Kross, who reveals the hidden power of our inner voice and how we can harness it to live healthier, more satisfying, and more productive lives. Dr. Kross is the author of "Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It." What We Discuss About The Power of Our Inner Voice Ethan Kross delves into the inner dialogue we engage in with ourselves. Through research from his lab and real-world examples, such as a struggling pitcher and a spy balancing her dual identities, Kross demonstrates how these internal conversations shape our lives, careers, and relationships. He cautions that succumbing to negative self-talk, referred to as "chatter" by Kross, can harm our physical and mental health, undermine our mood, damage our social connections, and make us falter under stress. Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://passionstruck.com/ethan-kross-power-of-our-inner-voice/ Brought to you by Policygenius. --► For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to: https://passionstruck.com/deals/ --► Prefer to watch this interview: https://youtu.be/i_Qwtwcv0yg Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! --► Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles Want to find your purpose in life? I provide my six simple steps to achieving it - passionstruck.com/5-simple-steps-to-find-your-passion-in-life/ Want to hear my best interviews from 2022? Check out episode 233 on intentional greatness and episode 234 on intentional behavior change. ===== FOLLOW ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m Learn more about John: https://johnrmiles.com/
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When you see a construction site where there is sandblasting going on, you probably shouldn't hang around. This episode begins with an explanation of the problem sandblasting poses to anyone nearby. Source: Dr. Paul Blanc author of “How Everyday Products Make People Sick” (https://amzn.to/3iug5Me) You have a voice inside your head. It talks to you all the time and tells you good things and bad things. It can be a positive coach or a negative critic. Where does that voice come from? How can you use that voice to your advantage? Find out by listening to my guest Ethan Kross. He is an award-winning psychologist, professor at the University of Michigan and author of the book Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It (https://amzn.to/38XXEwa) While meetings can be good and are often necessary, it does seem that a lot of meetings are a big waste of time. Wouldn't it be great if you could make meetings better? You absolutely can according to my guest Mamie Kanfer Stewart. She is founder of a company called Meeteor (www.meeteor.com) which helps businesses improve the quality of meetings. Marnie is coauthor of the book Momentum: Creating Effective, Engaging and Enjoyable Meetings (https://amzn.to/2XXL2yT). Listen as she offers some easy ways to make your meeting more productive and engaging. When was the last time you checked your tires – REALLY checked them? You may not realize it, but your tires can lose half of the air in them before they even start to look flat. Having underinflated tires can cause all kinds of problems and cost a lot of money. Listen as I explain those problems and how to prevent them. Source: https://bit.ly/3oYpjmj PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! To match with a licensed therapist today, go to https://TalkSpace.com and use the promo code SYSK to get $100 off of your first month and show your support for the show! TurboTax experts can relieve you from the stress of taxes and file for you so you can do… not taxes! Come to TurboTax and don't do your taxes. Visit https://TurboTax.com to learn more. Intuit TurboTax. Did you know you could reduce the number of unwanted calls & emails with Online Privacy Protection from Discover? - And it's FREE! Just activate it in the Discover App. See terms & learn more at https://Discover.com/Online Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to the SYNC Your Life podcast episode #108! On this podcast, we will be diving into all things women's hormones to help you learn how to live in alignment with your female physiology. Too many women are living with their check engine lights flashing. You know you feel "off" but no matter what you do, you can't seem to have the energy, or lose the weight, or feel your best. This podcast exists to shed light on the important topic of healthy hormones and cycle syncing, to help you gain maximum energy in your life. In today's episode, I'm shedding light on the topic of gaslighting in women's health. I dive into what gaslighting is, how it's keeping many women from uncovering their root causes, and what the alternatives are to this unfortunate wide-spread problem. In this episode, I refer to episode #1 of the podcast, My Story, found here. I also refer to the previous episode, The Overprescribedness of Oral Contraceptives, found here. In addition, I refer to this article written by Dr. Lara Briden on "How Birth Control Switches Off Hormones and Why It Matters." The Business of Birth Control documentary can be found here. You can learn more about a functional approach by tuning into various video interviews in my Virtual Summit, found here. Obtain $100 off your DUTCH test by visiting: Dutchtest.com/patients And use the unique code: jsl100 If you feel like something is "off" with your hormones, check out the FREE hormone imbalance quiz at sync.jennyswisher.com. To learn more about the SYNC Digital Course, check out jennyswisher.com. Let's be friends outside of the podcast! Send me a message or schedule a call so I can get to know you better. You can reach out at https://jennyswisher.com/contact-2/. Enjoy the show! Episode Webpage: jennyswisher.com/podcast
Do men need equal opportunity? Dr. Richard Reeves answers with an emphatic “yes.” His work as senior fellow at the Brookings Institute and director of the Future of the Middle Class Initiative has encouraged him to author the book Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It. In this conversation, Grant and Dr. Reeves respond to the fact that men are underrepresented in higher education and struggling in the professional world, asking: What does affirmative action for men look like? How does child education harm or empower boys, and is the academic world donning a feminine identity? Should we celebrate “toxic” masculinity? Modernity calls for a new contract between men and women. What is the fate of the post-industrial man?
The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk
Text Hawk to 66866 to become part of "Mindful Monday." Join 10's of thousands of other Learning Leaders to receive a carefully curated email from me each Monday morning to help you start your week off right! Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Richard V. Reeves is a senior fellow in economic studies at the Brookings Institution. He is the author of Dream Hoarders (2017), and a regular contributor to the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and The Atlantic. His latest book has made waves worldwide … It's called OF BOYS AND MEN: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It. Notes: How to be a great mom and/or dad? Model the right behavior. Children believe their eyes more than their ears. It's our responsibility to be that positive role model for children. "The secret to life is to take your work seriously, but not yourself." Create a conversation with your team where all ideas are valued equally. "Communication just moves stuff around. Conversations make something new happen. "Boys are behind girls in education all over. College is now 60-40 women." "In the education system and in terms of many aspects of mental health, boys are really struggling. That isn't to say that girls aren't also struggling but in different ways. In terms of the education system, girls and young women have blown right past boys and men. There's actually a bigger gender gap in education today than there was 50 years ago." "Boys develop later than girls. They should go to school one year later than girls." "The pre-frontal cortex is the CEO of the brain. This develops later in boys than in girls. It's on us to recognize the facts and act accordingly. In this case, Richard is an advocate for starting boys in school one year later than girls." Richard's goal: "To create men who are acceptable at a dance and available in a shipwreck." What are the differences between men and women? "Women tend to have a higher level of agreeableness." "We now live in a world where 40% of women earn more than the typical man, where 40% of breadwinners in the U.S. are women. This is a gigantic social change that is entirely positive, looked at through one lens, and we should certainly celebrate it. But... It does raise this question, which is, well, what about men? What does it mean to be a guy in a world where the role of provider can no longer be presumed? What it means is that we urgently, desperately need to update our models of fatherhood, especially, and of masculinity, to fit with this new world." “The problem with men is typically framed as a problem of men. It is men who must be fixed, one man or boy at a time. This individualist approach is wrong.” Life/Career advice: It takes time to understand how your talents will be best used. Be patient. It's not a race. Be the type of person that people want to work with… It sounds obvious, but it's not. Be pleasant, be on time, be a great teammate, be thankful, and do great work.
How does masculinity turn toxic? What does it actually mean to be a man? Is the remarkable appeal of a figure like Andrew Tate - the social media influencer - the product of a male malaise in liberal democracies? His TikTok videos have been condemned as deeply misogynistic but have been viewed billions of times. He has tens of millions of followers globally - most of them male, many of them very young. The Today programme's Amol Rajan spoke to Mike Thompson, a former English teacher who now runs workshops about masculinity in Lancashire and Richard Reeves, the author of Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What To Do About It.. (Image, boy and shadow, Credit Getty Images)
Today, we look to Casby Bartley on TikTok for some mind blowing proof of god!Sources:What is dirt made of? Soil particles, minerals, and chemical elements: https://tinyurl.com/2ozb2wyuWhat Chemical Elements are Found in the Human Body?: https://tinyurl.com/2quwloqnThe Most Abundant Elements In The Earth's Crust: https://tinyurl.com/ydcued9sSilicon And Bone Health: https://tinyurl.com/hpqxx6dNatural Large-Scale Regeneration of Rib Cartilage in a Mouse Model: https://tinyurl.com/2kvvf3qoWe can regenerate! Researchers reveal our ribs regrow if damaged - and say the same could be true for our entire skeleton: https://tinyurl.com/2q4k5rocThe Discovery of the Sin Cities of Sodom & Gomorrah: https://tinyurl.com/2ft9kau5Bab edh-Dhra: https://tinyurl.com/2qqgkmmzNumeira: https://tinyurl.com/2oeonkpkA Tunguska sized airburst destroyed Tall el-Hammam a Middle Bronze Age city in the Jordan Valley near the Dead Sea: https://tinyurl.com/4bf559ymEvaluation of the Crustal Features of the Gulf of Aqaba Deduced from Geophysical Data: https://tinyurl.com/2fezfqkaFake News In Biblical Archaeology: https://tinyurl.com/2qwyw9b7Letter from John Baumgardner Regarding the claims of Ron Wyatt: https://tinyurl.com/2qsoglq9Why not Jebel al-Lawz, then?: https://tinyurl.com/2o9fd6zyMount Sinai is NOT Jebel al-Lawz in Saudi Arabia: https://tinyurl.com/2nu2xn8xA supposed cast of Noah's ark in eastern Turkey: https://tinyurl.com/2opf6oz6Cephalopods Can Pass a Cognitive Test Designed For Human Children: https://tinyurl.com/2kdn6vubAnimal Morality: What It Means and Why It Matters: https://tinyurl.com/2jmuqxmvWhat does it mean that humanity is made in the image of God (imago dei)?: https://tinyurl.com/y6c9zmoaList of the Dead Sea Scrolls: https://tinyurl.com/2jnkpughOldest Known Rock on Earth Discovered: https://tinyurl.com/2eh4zxv28 Oldest Artifacts in the World: https://tinyurl.com/2g36mmopThe Holy Scriptures According To The Masoretic Text: https://tinyurl.com/yxfj8834Debunking "The Forbidden Chapter” Conspiracy: https://tinyurl.com/2mc8pywzIsaiah 53 from Scroll 1Q Isaiah: https://tinyurl.com/ybbwmqxrOriginal Video (Part 1 at least…TikTok isn't built to be easily navigated, they just want you to sit back and let the algorithm do the work for you): https://tinyurl.com/2qza5fzqCards:The BEST arguments for the flood!:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wjTsW8ewdIAll my various links can be found here:http://links.vicedrhino.com
What does it mean to be a child of God? Many people of faith bring God into every aspect of their lives, but for some individuals, their faith is an entirely separate experience from their day-to-day living. However, God is always with us. He is everywhere in the world. Yet despite His omnipresence, society constantly wants us to live a certain way — and that is away from God. The enemy and occult practices twist the truth just enought to lead people astray.In this episode of the Revelations Podcast, Jenny Mire is here to remind us to stay strong and rooted in God's Word. She talks about the ongoing spiritual battle and how we need to grow deeper in our relationship with Christ, so we don't get swept away by worldly desires and expectations. Don't miss this episode to better understand what it means to be rooted in God's love.Here are three reasons why you should listen to this episode:Understand what it means to be rooted in God's Word and love. Discover how to look at the world through a Biblical lens and remember the ongoing spiritual war that is still waging today.Learn to discern what the world wants from what God wants.ResourcesMore from The Rooted Truth Podcast: Website | Apple PodcastConnect with Jenny: Website | InstagramThink Fit Method Supernatural: What the Bible Teaches About the Unseen World - and Why It Matters by Dr. Michael Heiser Bible Verses:Ephesians 3:14-19This Episode is brought to you by Advanced Medicine AlternativesGet back to the active life you love through natural & regenerative musculoskeletal healing: https://www.georgekramermd.com/Episode Highlights[02:31] Introducing Jenny and The Rooted Truth PodcastJenny has been married for 18 years and has 3 children. She was previously in the mental health and fitness industry. She became a personal trainer after teaching herself weight training. At the end of 2019, Jenny made a commitment to read the Bible every day. Jenny was already incorporating the Bible into her fitness programs, but God directed her to start Bible studies and eventually launch her podcast.[08:57] How God Directed JennyShe grew up in a Christian home. She remembers a church member who prophesized that she will have something to say one day. In 2021, Jenny struggled to keep up with her fitness business because of its superficial nature.When Jenny felt burned out, she started hosting Bible studies. She had one that took 11 weeks long and resulted in over 170 pages. [14:44] The Jewish Festivals and Biblical FeastsThe Lord's Biblical feasts are not limited to the Jews.Jenny shares how her studies and retreats coincided with important dates of the Feast. She now partners with Remnant Rising to write Bible Studies.(14:59) Reagan: “You need people to help you and come alongside you . . . It's really fun to do things together and to have different creativity with sisters in Christ and people that God brings into your life. We're not meant to do it alone.”[20:27] The Rooted Truth PodcastJenny's podcast covers a variety of topics, from people being canceled on social media in 2020 to deep dives into Biblical topics. There is also a members-only section for more controversial topics. Jenny's heart is for women to read the Bible for themselves.Jenny also has a series of Bible Studies with corresponding PDF downloads to help people study them more. There is a spiritual war. We need to be ready and know our enemies. She shares how research about the Nephilim and pre-flood ancient technology has brought the Bible alive for her. Tune in to the episode to hear more from Jenny!Gaining knowledge from her guests through their research on Genesis 6 has opened her eyes in a new way to the Scriptures.[27:41] How to Look at the World and Be Grounded Seek the truth with a Biblical perspective. What do some of the mysteries of the Bible like giants really mean?The more Jenny reads God's Word, the more she realizes it's a love story of God for us. Jenny talks about having tough experiences, but she leaned onto God for rest and comfort. (29:39) Jenny: “I do think it's really important to have that Biblical foundation when you're looking at the world because without that, I think a lot of people are falling into the New Age trap as well.”[33:45] Jenny's Service We all have a mission to spread His word. There are so many things happening in the world. Wherever we are, that's where we're called to share. (35:43) Jenny: “You don't necessarily have to have a business around it or be on social media. Your mission field is where your two feet are planted. If we, as a body of Christ, actually step into that, what amazing things would happen for the kingdom.”[37:39] Remember What God Did For Us Remember God's sacrifice and what it means. This will help you understand who you need to be in Christ, not what the world wants you to be. When man fell, the first sacrifice was an animal. The final sacrifice was the blood of Christ. We don't need to live in guilt and shame because of His sacrifice.(38:21) Jenny: “So man fell, sin entered the world. That first sacrifice . . . God used that animal to cover them. So what now covers us [is] the blood of Jesus. So when you understand that and rest into that of who you are, not who the world wants you to be, but who you are in Christ.”[40:18] How to Raise Children Whenever her children ask questions, Jenny would always point back to the Bible.Children are different. We need God's wisdom to guide us in raising them.[43:03] How to Stay StrongJenny recommends taking time off things. Pray and ask God for discernment and wisdom. Be aware of what's happening in the world. God will reveal things to help people. Remember, God is always with you. Bring Him more into your day-to-day life. About JennyJenny Mire is the founder and host of The Rooted Truth Podcast. Aside from covering many topics with a Biblical perspective, she also hosts regular Bible studies through her collective. Before shifting to her podcast, Jenny was in the fitness industry and created the Think Fit Method, a faith-based fitness program. Get to know more about Jenny's work on her website. Enjoyed this Episode?If you did, subscribe and share it with your friends!Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. You can also share this with your friends and family. This episode will inspire you to be confident in God's love and love others as we receive love from Him!Have any questions? You can connect with me on Instagram.Thank you for tuning in! For more updates, tune in on Apple Podcasts. kw: rootedmeta: Jenny Mire from The Rooted Truth Podcast joins us to remind us to stay strong and rooted in God's Word. She shares how there is an ongoing spiritual battle and we need to grow deeper in our relationship with Christ so we don't get swept away by worldly desires and expectations. Tune in now to learn more about how to become more discerning and how to live for Christ in a chaotic world!
The arrest of controversial British-American influencer Andrew Tate in Romania as a part of a human trafficking and rape investigation has pulled his brand of online misogyny back into the headlines. Tate, who denies the allegations against him, is a former kickboxer who rose to fame in 2016 when he was removed from TV show Big Brother over a video which appeared to depict him attacking a woman. He claimed at the time that the video had been edited and was “a total lie”. He is among a group of influencers who have gained popularity - or notoriety - by advocating a lifestyle in which women are reduced to being subservient to men. The language can be harsh and explicit -- but the ideas appear to be gaining traction with a generation of teenagers and young men. Does the appeal of a more aggressive stance against women and equality suggest there is a crisis of masculinity? Has feminism made its claims at the expense of men? Or is this simply the effect of social media amplifying attitudes that have always existed? Ritula Shah is joined by a panel of experts: Richard Reeves - Senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Author of the book Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters and What to Do About It (2022) Natasha Walter - Feminist writer and activist, author of several books, among them Living Dolls - The return of sexism Frank Furedi, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Kent Also featuring Sophia Smith Galer - Senior news reporter at Vice World News and author of the book 'Losing It: Sex Education for the 21st Century' (2022) Producers: Paul Schuster, Pandita Lorenz and Ellen Otzen.
On today's ID the Future, astrophysicist and intelligent design proponent Bijan Nemati shares the first part of his story of science and faith. Those who follow Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture may know Nemati from his appearance in the popular ID documentary The Privileged Planet. Born and raised in Iran, he moved to the United States shortly before the Iranian revolution, became an atheist in college, but eventually found his way to a strong religious faith, in part through his exposure to the scientific evidence for intelligent design, first in biology and then in cosmology. Along the way he landed a high-level job with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and became a leading expert in space interferometer telescopes Read More › Source
Richard Reeves is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, where he directs the Future of the Middle Class Initiative and co-directs the Center on Children and Families. He writes for a wide range of publications, including the New York Times, the Guardian, National Affairs, The Atlantic, Democracy Journal, and Wall Street Journal. His book Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do About It, shows how the basic social structures defining masculine maturity and success have been shattered, and how they can — and must — be reinvented.Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It, by Richard Reevesrichardvreeves.comA New Breed: The Pre-First Grader - The New York Times (1991)66: Embracing Commitment in an Age of Infinite Browsing, with Pete Davis - Where We Go NextBottlenecks: A New Theory of Equal Opportunity, by Joseph FishkinRichard Reeves: Of Boys and Men - Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)The Profound Sadness of the Jordan Peterson Phenomenon, by Christine EmbaDad, How Do I? - YouTube"Knock Knock," by Daniel Beaty - YouTube----------Are you a fan of Where We Go Next? Your feedback is valuable. Listen to the very end of the episode for details.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: @wwgnpodcast
Habit Thrive Podcast with Habit Guru Lorrie Mickelson
Happy New Year! And welcome to the fifth and final episode for the month of December. This month on The Habit Thrive Podcast, we have been exploring our Habit of Stress. Today, we are going to wrap up that discussion by Harnessing our Stress for an Awesome 2023! As many of you are no doubt contemplating New Years resolutions or even just thoughts of where you want your life to head in the next year, I have three suggestions for you to ponder and perhaps explore: First, ditch the resolutions and embrace intentions instead. Traditionally, at New Years, the practice for many of us has been to set New Years' resolutions. And while there's nothing wrong with setting goals or having a bucket list (In fact, those of you who know me know that I'm a huge fan!), I challenge you to focus more on WHO you want to BE rather than WHAT you want to DO. So, do you want to BE happier? Healthier? Fitter? Stronger? More organized? More awake?, More aware?, More present? More curious? More connected to your community or family? Let's chat about how to use your “BE” to launch your “DO” for 2023. Second, entertain the idea that stress can actually be your friend and can be helpful when it comes to your intentions. When we can see, feel and understand that the physiological stress response in our body can be changed by our thoughts about stress …it is not only mind blowing but life changing. To help with that understanding, I encourage you to watch Kelly Mcgonical's TED Talk: “How to make stress your friend”. Kelly Mcgonigal is a health psychologist teaching at Stanford University and specializing in the mind-body connection, teaches us the power we have to control what happens to our body and our mind. Trust me when I say it is life changing AND potentially life saving! My third suggestion is to simply celebrate your successes along the way. Instead of kicking yourself for missing a day at the gym or eating a bowl of ice cream instead of yogurt, give yourself grace and instead look for your wins. Maybe you successfully used Nikki Gangemi's CALM Method (Episode #24) to reframe some negative thoughts. Or chanting along with Suzanne Mongrain-Smith (Episode #26) made you feel more connected to the world around you. Give yourself a big pat on the back and CELEBRATE! Have a wonderful New Year's Eve, New Year's Day and I will see you next year! Lorrie xoxox 2013 - How to Make Stress your Friend Ted talk More About Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D. Kelly McGonigal is a health psychologist teaching at Stanford University and specializing in the mind-body connection. Her work focuses on how we can translate neuroscience and modern psychology research into practical strategies for better health, happiness, personal success, and relationships. She is the author of The Upside of Stress, The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It and Yoga for Pain Relief: Simple Practices to Calm Your Mind and Heal Your Pain. Loving the show? Let's connect! Find me: Facebook: Women's Wellness Community: For women wanting to rock their “Me Now” Years Instagram: @Habitguru365 Website: https://lorriemickelson.com
Enjoy catching up with these recent conversations: Maggie Haberman, senior political correspondent for The New York Times, political analyst for CNN and the author of Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America (Penguin Press, 2022), talks about her new book on the former president. Pulitzer Prize-winning presidential historian Jon Meacham talks about his new book, And There Was Light: Abraham Lincoln and the American Struggle (Random House, 2022). Becky Kennedy, clinical psychologist and author of Good Inside: A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be (Harper Wave, 2022), offers her guidance on raising kids, including help for parents trying to break harmful cycles that included how they were raised. Priya Parker, author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters (Riverhead Books, 2018), offers her advice about meaningful gatherings -- hosting and "guesting". Many people come to New York City as a form of escape, whether it's escaping small town life, a conservative family, or escaping a dictatorship abroad. Lilly Tuttle, curator at the Museum of the City of New York, joins the show to discuss NYC's history as a place of refuge, and listeners call in to describe why they sought refuge in New York City. These interviews were edited for timing and rebroadcast; the original web versions are available here: Maggie Haberman on Donald Trump (Oct 6, 2022) What We Should Learn from Lincoln (Oct 19, 2022) Dr. Becky on Parenting (Oct 20, 2022) Gather Around with Priya Parker series (Oct 24, Oct 25, Oct 26, Oct 27) NYC as a Refuge (Oct 27, 2022)
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Professor Vanessa Bohns. Dr. Vanessa Bohns is a social psychologist, an award-winning researcher and teacher, and a professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University. Vanessa Bohns is also the author of the book: You Have More Influence Than You Think: How We Underestimate Our Power of Persuasion, and Why It Matters. In this conversation, Vanessa Bohns shares insights on how we influence those around us and how to harness our influence to make a positive difference in leadership. Some Highlights: - Why do we tend to underestimate our influence- Vanessa Bohns on why it's hard for us to ask for things - Why it's hard when asked to say no - How social pressures influence behavior- Understanding the impact of power roles on the influence in organizations- The disadvantages of working remotely vs. in person when it comes to influencing at work- Vanessa Bohns on how we can be better at understanding other people's perspectivesAlso mentioned in this episode:- Marianne LA France, author and a professor of Psychology at Yale University- Erica Boothby, a researcher, and Instructor in the Operations, Information, & Decisions Department at The Wharton School at the University of PennsylvaniaBooks Mentioned:- How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie- You Have More Influence Than You Think: How We Underestimate Our Power of Persuasion, and Why It Matters by Vanessa BohnsConnect with Vanessa Bohns:Vanessa Bohns Official WebsiteVanessa Bohns on LinkedInVanessa Bohns on Twitter: @profbohnsVanessa Bohns on Instagram: @profbohnsConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
Tom Morgan returns for his third appearance on Infinite Loops with Jim, Infinite Loops' own Ed William and special guest Brett Andersen, an evolutionary psychology PhD student at the University of New Mexico. We discuss the implications of the ideas presented in Brett's fantastic essay ‘Intimations of a New Worldview', whether the rise of anti-heroes is a challenge to Campbell's Hero's Journey, the influence of conscious vs unconscious design, and much more. Important Links: Intimations of a New Worldview Brett's Substack Brett's Twitter Tom's blog Tom's Twitter Awakening from the Meaning Crisis Show Notes: Objective vs subjective morality Complexity as a precondition Biological complexification Complexification and social selection Relevance realisation Jordan Peterson's ‘Maps of Meaning' and the metamyth The optimal path and the process of creation The cognitive purpose of supernatural beliefs Mapping a response to the meaning crisis Quantum entanglement and consciousness Practical implications of Brett's theory Cultural evolution Conscious vs unconscious design There is an underlying flow of things Breaking Bad and the Hero's Journey Slack vs tension MUCH more! Books Mentioned: Meaning in Life and Why It Matters; by Susan Wolf The Romance of Reality: How the Universe Organizes Itself to Create Life, Consciousness, and Cosmic Complexity; by Bobby Azarian The Life of the Cosmos; by Lee Smolin Evolution's Arrow: the direction of evolution and the future of humanity; by John Stewart Nonzero: The Logic of Human Destiny; by Robert Wright The Mating Mind: How Sexual Choice Shaped the Evolution of Human Nature; by Geoffrey Miller Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief; by Jordan Peterson Zombies in Western Culture: A Twenty-First Century Crisis; by John Vervaeke Principia Mathematica; by Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell The Master and his Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World; by Iain McGilchrist The WEIRDest People in the World: How the West Became Psychologically Peculiar and Particularly Prosperous; by The Genius of the Beast: A Radical Re-Vision of Capitalism; by Howard Bloom Life Finds A Way: What Evolution Teaches Us About Creativity; by Andreas Wagner Tao Te Ching; by Laozing
or our final episode of 2022, we are sharing with everyone two bonus features that are normally exclusively available to Holy Post supporters. First, you'll hear an episode of “Christian Asks” where Skye explains what the Bible says, and does not say, about what happens to us after we die. Then, we're sharing one of the most popular episodes of “Getting Schooled by Kaitlyn Schiess” about the doctrine of the harrowing of hell. After that, Kaitlyn interviews Michael Wear, the founder and president of The Center for Christianity and Public Life. 0:00 - Intro 2:01 - Christian Asks... What actually happens after we die? 19:21 - Getting Schooled by Kaitlyn Schiess: The Harrowing of Hell 101 52:23 - With God Daily Interview with Michael Wear Michael Wear - https://www.michaelwear.com The Center for Christianity & Public Life - https://www.ccpubliclife.org 53:19 - Michael Wear intro 53:55 - Faith journey 1:01:46 - Politics journey 1:07:15 - Center for Christianity and Public Life overview 1:12:21 - Spiritual formation and policies 1:25:25 - Pre-2024 formation 1:30:09 - Credits Resources “He Descended to the Dead: An Evangelical Theology of Holy Saturday” by Matthew Y. Emerson - https://amzn.to/3Kjqg4o “The Crucifixion: Understanding the Death of Jesus Christ” by Fleming Rutledge - https://amzn.to/3QEiJ2h “Forsaken: The Trinity and the Cross, and Why It Matters” by Thomas McCall - https://amzn.to/3cno66W Holy Post website: https://www.holypost.com/ Holy Post Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/holypost The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.
The Blaze's Sara Gonzales joins to discuss the left's continued efforts to host drag shows for our nation's youth, put inappropriate materials in schools, and ultimately divide the nuclear family in our country. Catch her show The News and Why It Matters on BlazeTV. BlazeTV.Com/Sara
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On this episode of The Bespoke Parenting Podcast, host Julie Gunlock interviews Linda Flanagan, author of Take Back the Game: How Money and Mania Are Ruining Kids’ Sports—and Why It Matters. Julie asks Linda about her book, why sports are so important to children in an age where kids spend so much time online, how youth […]
For Lit Up's final episode of 2022, Angie and Ruby (a brilliant colleague who works on the Sugar23 Books imprint, and spent a past life as a bookseller at New York City's iconic Three Lives & Company), catch up about their year in great books, titles they've loved, what's topping their list for winter break marathon reading sessions, and recommended book gifts for all the avid readers in your lives this holiday season. Books we talk about on this ep include: The English Understand Wool by Helen DeWitt: https://bookshop.org/p/books/the-english-understand-wool-helen-dewitt/17643357?ean=9780811230070 The Midcoast by Adam White Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus Acne: A Memoir by Laura Chinn The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O'Farrell Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfeld Heating & Cooling: 52 Micro-Memoirs by Beth Ann Fennelly Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness by Ingrid Fetell Lee Fly Girl: A Memoir by Ann Hood Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef by Gabrielle Hamilton Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly by Anthony Bourdain The World of Natural Wine: What It Is, Who Makes It, and Why It Matters by Aaron Ayscough Catch up on any episodes you missed this year at https://www.lituppodcast.com/ (or wherever you like to listen!). More to come in the shiny new year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sean Illing talks with author, researcher, and Brookings Institution senior fellow Richard V. Reeves about his new book Of Boys and Men, which documents the ways that males all over the industrialized world are struggling — and what to do about it. Sean and Richard talk about how this crisis among men has its roots in the progress societies have made toward gender equality, about what has been exposed as the playing field has become more level, and about how to challenge our traditional understandings of masculinity and fatherhood in order to address the crisis — which, Reeves says, will be to everybody's benefit. Host: Sean Illing (@seanilling), host, The Gray Area Guest: Richard V. Reeves (@RichardvReeves), author; senior fellow, Brookings Institution; director, Future of the Middle Class Initiative References: Of Boys And Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It by Richard V. Reeves (Brookings; 2022) "The State of American Friendship: Change, Challenges, and Loss" by Daniel A. Cox (American Survey Center; June 8, 2021) Unbound: How Inequality Constricts Our Economy and What We Can Do about It by Heather Boushey (Harvard; 2019) "Gender Achievement Gaps in U.S. School Districts" by Sean F. Reardon et al. (American Educational Research Journal vol. 56 (6); Apr. 25, 2019) "The GOP's masculinity panic: David French on the cult of toughness on the Trumpist right" by Sean Illing (Jan. 5; episode here or here) "Infrastructure Bill Must Create Pathways for Women To Enter Construction Trades" by Marina Zhavoronkova and Rose Khattar (Center for American Progress; Sept. 20) 12 Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson (Random House Canada; 2018) "Few Good Men" by Kathryn Edin (American Prospect; Dec. 19, 2001) "Redshirt the Boys: Why boys should start school a year later than girls" by Richard V. Reeves (The Atlantic; Sept. 14) "What might interrupt men's suicide? Results from an online survey of men" by Fiona L. Shand et al. (BMJ vol. 5 (10); Oct. 15, 2015) Enjoyed this episode? Rate The Gray Area ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of The Gray Area. Subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Support The Gray Area by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts This episode was made by: Producer: Erikk Geannikis Editor: Amy Drozdowska Engineer: Patrick Boyd Senior Producer: Katelyn Bogucki Editorial Director, Vox Talk: A.M. Hall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
Today we're talking about the Senate's passing of the Respect for Marriage Act and how Christians should respond. We look at the reasons why this bill is so dangerous for religious liberty and discuss our utter disappointment in the weak Republicans who voted this in. Then, we're joined by Pedro Gonzalez, associate editor at Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, to discuss his new report, "The Transgender Leviathan," which is a deep dive into the world of trans culture and ideology. We discuss how lucrative the transgender medical industry is, who is profiting from "gender-affirming care," specifically surgeries and drugs that ruin young peoples' bodies, and why exactly these entities feel incentivized to keep encouraging these "treatments." We cover the story of John Money's horrific experiments on David Reimer, a boy raised as a girl under medical advice. We talk about how it's both Democrats and Republicans who have contributed to this issue and ask how conservatives should respond and what we can do. --- Timecodes: [00:56] Christmas merch [03:48] Respect for Marriage Act [23:10] Interview with Pedro begins [34:00] Lupron [43:45] David Reimer and John Money [59:25] Bipartisan contribution --- Today's Sponsors: Genucel — go to genucel.com/ALLIE and get the skincare package for 75% off. Use code "ALLIE" at checkout for an extra special discount! Good Ranchers — change the way you shop for meat today by visiting GoodRanchers.com/ALLIE and use promo code 'ALLIE' to get two Black Angus NY strip steaks & two pasture raised chicken breasts FREE for Black Friday (now extended)! Annie's Kit Clubs — all subscriptions are month-to-month, and you can cancel anytime! Go to AnniesKitClubs.com/ALLIE and get your first month 75% off! Covenant Eyes — protect you and your family from the things you shouldn't be looking at online. Go to coveyes.com/ALLIE to try it FREE for 30 days! --- Links: The Transgender Leviathan: https://reports.americanprinciplesproject.org/ CNN: "Senate passes bill to protect same-sex and interracial marriage in landmark vote" https://edition.cnn.com/2022/11/29/politics/same-sex-marriage-vote-senate/index.html Alliance Defending Freedom: "What You Should Know About the Respect for Marriage Act" https://adflegal.org/article/what-you-should-know-about-respect-marriage-act --- Relevant Episodes: Ep 588 | What the Media Won't Tell You About Ukraine & Zelenskyy | Guest: Pedro Gonzalez https://apple.co/3Ff0gWH Ep 647 | Who Defines Marriage & Why It Matters https://apple.co/3OMlCxT Ep 335 | Understanding the Biblical Telos of Gender https://apple.co/3ENMTLH Ep 115 | "Equality" Act https://apple.co/3isUXu5 Ep 636 | How BDSM, Porn, & Pedophilia Are Tied to Transgender Ideology | Guest: Genevieve Gluck https://apple.co/3OQ3TWb Ep 653 | Losing Custody of Your "Trans" Daughter | Guest: Jeannette Cooper https://apple.co/3u9oL1n --- Christmas Merch: Full collection: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey?sort_by=created-descending#MainContent "Thrill of Hope" crewneck (white): https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey/products/a-thrill-of-hope-crewneck-sweatshirt-white "Thrill of Hope" crewneck (green): https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey/products/a-thrill-of-hope-crewneck-sweatshirt-olive "Raise a Joyful Ruckus" crewneck (green): https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey/products/raise-a-joyful-ruckus-crewneck-sweatshirt "Raise a Joyful Ruckus" crewneck (blue): https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey/products/raise-a-joyful-ruckus-crewneck-sweatshirt-blue "You Better Watch Out" sticker: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey/products/you-better-watch-out-sticker --- 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
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey