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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"So that's always the thing is we can always have our own self care moore allowed to do that and i think more and more through my journey of chronic health and having to manage myself. I'm look after myself in a different way. Not always successfully but one of the things that i've low more more about as when i say yes when i now i'm still a new bay and doing it effectively but i'm learning a lot better i. I'm learning better ways to not apologize and not to over explain so great and it's funny what you say about just eat a me one fill like you have the energy and then you you think about the past And then do you love it. I kind of feel similar. I've had times been exhausted Today i've been exhausted therapies day. And yeah i just i have not felt alive today. Like right now is the most vibrant life fell day. And yeah it's it's fascinating and it's pretty on also energy really interesting. Even if you have low energy or you're exhausted gets that sort of fine point when it's about things that make us happy things that lift our spirits because when you're very very tired the only thing between total exhaustion and not feeling sunk in that sunken place of exhaustion is something that lifts our spirits. That's my experience anyway. How are we going around up the show alba over to you. Oh god thanks to anyone who's dropped in you know. Keep listening if you like it always around if you wanna get in touch about anything to without some mental health. We'd love to hear from you. And yes stay cray if stay curious coffee yourself and have some good conversations and take that's gorgeous. Thanks so much for listening. The music you can. Head was written by gavin. O'brien if you liked the show please describe share with others and when you feel like deployed into more discussion around creativity being. Come on back and cheese from the archive. Take care and stay curious..

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Know because you know as a a woman who identifies as a woman. I'm people say. Okay they have a writer ask you about your reproductive journey and this is an insult to anybody close to you but really nobody has that right. It's an infringement. I've had that. When i was younger oversee now people say have you got children waiting for them to say. Have you got grandchildren but But people say have you got children. And i say no. And there's always a gap online explaining that because sometimes people have you got children all. Do you want children or have you got children now. Why is that. It's built and business. It's a complex. It's complex story. I'm i don't fully know the answer. I wanted to tell you i would. I think it's the same about having children and a novel randy here fucked. I think that thing about why says about expectations that you describe your head being very full amendment as low slung happening the big changes you'll discovering and really embracing the artist in yourself and i've seen that new in the incredible amount of but you create them at workshops you go to the connections the communities so huge thing. That is your baby. You don't need another baby. That's what you're giving birth to and then as alpha pressure about the expectations but when you can have the baby is like i actually giving birth at the moment calling. you say. i'm giving birth to my to self. which is gonna live loudly in the world. It's a long labor. Or i don't know it might still be pregnant. I don't even know. But that's what's happening. This is the baby. This is the thing. this is the thing. I'm i think it's not that you should have a baby or not. Have a baby know. That's all but the point is what's yours lattes fuel decision. That's your prices. That's your aviation. i'm some almost going gonna bring my system. I will create if Making a baby is a crave thing. You know coughing out a life for someone. That's but yeah i'm doing weighing crazed often. Yeah i'm gonna make gonna make a making babies and then who knows what the rest of the time. We'll look like who knows how long i've gone. He said owner on dom just happiest. When i'm connecting with that side of myself so i'm following that train until the trucks finished alber anymore questions..

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You know and i guess the thing is is is it Because it's like a look at train. It's really sleek and for us the my translate Or is it really because life has happened to may. And i'm feeling this way because life has happened to me i'm live is happening to man. Sometimes that's good. I'm other times it's overwhelming. So is it your train. That is truly belay and that. Perhaps you need a few prompts on your train or is it like you'll train fills welply compared to the sleek other train which is a massive projections. Because i don't know anybody who lives that life really. Well it's a mixture yet because sorry in terms of projections of other people. Like i've been fighting off for pastas people being like. Oh so when he can have kids. So do you want kids. You can have kids. That's an example of something from the outside. That's expected of me. Because i'm a woman of a certain age. That's something i'm just saying. I don't feel like. I have space for that right now. That's no something this the ic in front of me so finale. That's not something. I'm going to go for an out to have these conversations again and again we'll just learn how to dismiss them in a in a way that the suits the occasion by in times of myself so the expectations for like my own wobbly train. It's just some days. I feel more sure of what. I'm doing the days like the last couple of days. My brain just felt so full of transition. Where i'm working on a few different projects. Like really cool stuff is coming my way and i'm going to be. I am mccartney working on. I'm juggling quite law and so it's really new to me. Let chuck name paid work. And this and that and the other so that i think i feel unsteady because this is new terrain. And it's it's yeah. I'm not walking in my bad fee on a pebbled path. Usa bit painful sosa mixture of life expectations of me but why but the might fictitious fed by license like society. Isn't it it's just. I dunno they over thinker as well as is problematic. But it is. It's like you say it's new. It's new few to expand international An emotional physical energy on doing new projects and also doing work say are feeling overwhelmed because your brains like oh my god the neuropathy maton you know so literally finding a balance so it is going to be like that as you're learning. You're learning cub. At the moment is almost like a vertical line so it's very accelerated. The that's just an opinion. I'd besides motivation but it's actually an opinion. I'm the second thing are by new. Say about people asking you when you're going to have kids. I wonder if they're strangers professional people in the border circle. You know wh colleagues strangers and uber members of the family. Because whoever they are there is something about you. Know who asked the questions of her..

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"I wanna i feel like you'll be you know you're the master of this will raise. I'm no that thing. I take a look. I'm taking out space. What is it like for you to say i'm out. I'm going to take up space. okay. I'll say i'm alpe and i'm going to take up space. Say see. I've got nothing i'll tell you what. Let me so listener caffeine. Who she's just entertain. Thank you catherine august. One of his questions was would you trade in your wobbly brain for stability. If it meant you didn't have your creative And i think for ages of ages life. Hey my brain. And i've just just recently just this last year with curved kind of like okay alba these things she liked. You love your creativity. You'd love collect connecting on this deep level. You know you're able to do this with the two of us and you're able to do your creative stuff unless just luscious make it work. Let's just keep moving forward in this in this in this food version that you're in now and so i'm working really hard on myself. And it's fucking hiring bob. I'm really happy. So i wouldn't trade in but that's because i don't know i guess i don't know she. Poverty thinks i'm conflicted. Because like i would prefer you wants Like a straightforward life. And i know you to build something like that. But i've i feel like i'm building it. I'm starting to build something now. And i'm trusting myself so in a way i'm always trying to practice where i want to be preaching. Which is you know you've got you've got and that might be a shit right whether or not whether it's to do with your childhood or addiction the way you mind works does or disability other. Whatever people's things are you know we've got to work with them. And i'm just using plasticine to mode out something that i like and bring on. You know. I'm i'm trying to be brave and make mistakes and push myself so. Yeah thanks niamey for making me talking open there. I'm also thank scarf. 'cause that's a really good question you know. It's a good question you'll then you've got all these visions clear visions of what you want. Which underpin by really really strong value system and it's like that's great so but what about yourself what about the value system for yourself because it's the same. Do you know what. I main it's like when you have a vision for what the show could be or a vision for what you feel about Emotional wellbeing mental health in about people talking and People sharing and de stigmatizing being honest and truthful and loving a woman. All these wonderful things. It's like yeah. Include yourself in that cause the post with vision. Yeah i just. I'm having a difficult few days. It's weird how sometimes it's like. Yeah i can do this. This is gray and other times. It's like this is really shit. And i wish i trained something and i was doing that now and that was out for me but no one this woodley woodley trade. But let's see where guises but think about that thing. I said about long krono normativity. And this idea that that's krono normativity. You should have done this by this time. They should have this much in the bank. And you should be whatever's on the list. I'm what you're saying. Is i'm not on that train among the train.

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"And i do think because that's the difference between mental health emotional wellbeing and you know you can't You have a very experienced facilitator if you're in a group and you are looking at issues anew using your creativity about this idea of as a triggering orrick martin trauma so i do think the practitioners themselves often need support and supervision and often you can be running a so called creative Writing group or announce group. I'm people a pair that they're okay. They're functioning but you don't know people don't until they get their what's going to happen and i just have to be careful. I'm not saying there shouldn't be creativity mental health. 'cause i'm all for it but i'm just thinking this this election as a person who's going to enter into activists of a voluntary thing. Do you go to like a writing. Group will less group about this. Or what have you. It has to feel safe. It has to feel safe and i just think there's a difference. Well being emotional. Wellbeing is very different for mental health. We do talk about both on the show. So the my lung ounce is that my short answer is look in the show notes at the people who can talk better known more. I was thinking about it anymore. The wellbeing way so having a casino. Mental health is huge. But like normalising the crossover and having people trained and having them going into schools and running cray frightened session with an atom of wellbeing. Will you know if it's with teenagers. It could be looking at mental health as well and having therapist drama therapists. You know Going into schools going into different kinds of institutions will community groups. And that's of thing. I'm seeing more different. I'm seeing like a couple of unique horses crate ryan wellbeing. So i think it's is kind of coming into its is there. It's not really in the culture like it's quite separate. So i just think with time kind of more people need to be doing it. And then hopefully teams will be bill. It will just be grateful integrated into like the nhl system. But it's like social prescription and perhaps about therapy out. Therapies within the nhl law about therapists working in schools are often that quite often. I might what was quite troubled people. Because i'm saying this because my mom even though she's likely to she's still supervisor some art therapists they work in schools and they've been working either in schools of by Zoom all this time drawing the pandemic so it does exist within the nhl as well but art therapy is a very particular strand. it's a career structure. And you're talking about something much broader and i think people are doing workshops but it's like it's almost like it has to be integrated that the conversation around. Well bang has to be something that we just have. you know. it shouldn't have to be a crisis. Can be part of everything we do..

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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02:33 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"And how do we get creative team mental health more joined up within nhl provisions of offerings. I mean there is some that's two. There's two major things i think that i know of. There's art therapy. Which is you know. A has a huge career structure within the mental health. But obviously you have to be an nhs patiently user to get even get privately but to get there so that that that has a career structure within that and then there's also outs and health which is a much bigger thing which i think is more ad hoc and can be community so there's different projects by same's i what they're saying is about and a really extensive by which might not necessarily have to be therapy. It can be about like you know like your group about loss. It might be therapeutic. But it's not necessarily therapy. So i'm guessing by asking that i mean the arts and health hub which i'm a member of and if anybody can put that in port lincoln. The show notes has hundreds of artists who are working out some health and so some of that is around mental health. So that off things. I'm talking out of ignorance. But i don't know about the structure so much because i'm not sure if it's about therapy or just having people able to access that because i think often with mental health in terms of mental health profession. It's it's very medicalising we're talking. I'm not saying it's it's wrong having pharmaceutical drugs. But you now. That's a pharmaceutical drugs. And then there's a hospital system which can be quite a limited and then you know. How'd you access these things so i guess from me. I don't want to talk about this. When i don't really know but i think what i might do is in the show notes as various links to what i know about where people can access stuff. Because i don't think i'm the person who can talk with any real authority on nets..

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"I perhaps you should arms listeners. Questions or at least some of them. So keta going touch and hard question was who would be your dream guests on the show living and nonliving site. The first person to come to my head isn't like a huge huge To be a really big joe. And that's k tempest of nine about them for a long long time. And i really respect them and i guess they're kind of my true inspiration for why right or at least when i saw them perform for the first time it showed me what was possible. And how you can be both deep in your message on entertaining and seemingly true to solve on. It was yet just did something amazing for me. It was the brand new ancients. So yeah i'd love to interview case pest and have them just talk about whatever they want to oversight have questions just let them chataway and read a piece to be a piece of what of fiction whatever they wanted and for live in person so it was like i thought it as if somebody who i could bring back from the dead so it would be somebody anybody who has taken their life. Bring them back an awesome. What they think could have saved them what they need. What did they need. you know. they didn't have. I mean that's not to say that there's to be a warm response. That means that we do that for everyone to. Nobody's gonna kill themselves. But i just like suicide is one of the most heartbreaking things you know and so yeah that's what i would. That's who i'd like to interview. Why well first off. You've got to ask him past. They can say no. Yes that's really two answers or they could just ignore it maura. That's like no. I'm not slight where we are now. K tempest is on the show. The moment served eight more okay. Although now we've got everybody will not so. I don't think. I just think he sure i'm secondly i think is really moving to say. Bring somebody back from the dead to ask them. You know what they want. Need on the hub. That conversation at.

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"But i guess i'm similar to you. I'd like there to be some income for us and the guests. That would be lovely thing. Because i just didn't make a difference and then mice of ideal fantasy world is that we could work on the shows and researching. The goat shows into different guest even doing specials. Because we'd have somebody who was like everybody has a stream somebody who was entirely devoted to marketing. Because that's in our hard work and there'd be a separate person but that's that's true for every creative endeavor the funds the there'll be somebody else will come in. Do all the marketing and it will be done. But i think my visions for others like more listeners. Different guests i'm too. I guess listeners to feel that there's something always knew that i you know. There's new people to discover new ways of lessening new stories. To be heard that the it never gets stale. It's a really difficult question. Because i hadn't really thought about apart from like what you might write on a grant application for mobile you know about reach and income and all that stuff but then i ask because you have announced that this already what would you what would be your ideal desire dream. Fancy for the two us. If if i was like the podcast in ferry growth model off the top of my head just thinking a big festival you know how. They have southbound for women women if the wild or something Just all things like different panels different workshops different speakers on performances linked creative team mental health. And just kind of cement that into a cultural part of the year will like have traveled. Globally in different languages run by different people. Make it important. Make mental health and creativity like a real thing that people care about a just single artists like organizations. You know candidates one of the questions about like thinking about the nhs schools that kind of thing like how is creativity from health but just kind of lights away or different way to talk about mental health rather than metsu breakdowns and that kind of thing puts it in a difference will bubble and it makes it safer and a bit lighter to digest so yeah that's the tops of guests that we have on the laser different types but several windows into understanding other people's worlds and then i think that's what makes a for allow people understanding of the people from listening to stories because as individuals with just one entity. We can't understand everything from every perspective. Sur anyone we listened to all these different communities and open or is even one conversation can change so much in terms of how we perceive the world and how we look at people. I was gonna say alba. I feel like. I'm hogging the mike. And.

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"This in terms of your own identity and self worth. What has it meant to say that you are now pot kosta of a show which looks at mental health grade all the above mentioned that you are fifty percent of that tape among people. Say what do you do you can say. I am a podcast. What has that meant to you. Oh my god miami. I'm actually winning up. It means ahead of a lot to me. I follow you kind. Of when you tell the guests there openness on vulnerability in what they go through and they make and so to provide that space is a real privilege. This is not something that kind of just happens when you're walking down the street or even kind of gatherings that you have these really deep conversation. You're allowed to the. I'm allowed to ask questions the on kind of normal And awesome if they want. Just lift lift off will open the door that isn't usually opened an intensive so so yeah it's a privilege it also. It just sounds good on put kosta even though actually now. Everyone's buddy cost sir it by reducing Value in that sense. I know what i do not know how important is and it just feels really really good and like no a wall. Even when i've had difficult months in terms of dealing with the recording with the editing had some really stressful times there. Whatever i just know i have to make it happen. And it's i kind of the graha course of wellbeing and creativity but i think for me being comes first and i wanna be part of like you know a weld with benjamin's who health i really am really passionate about that so to me it kind of i feel like i'm doing i'm trying to do something good in the world. You know i really am just by being able to listen and take in these guests bring and what they will vulnerability they they they bring to the table and.

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"We raised enough money. Which was great and then david turner. Who's a podcast himself. Yes starred cleanup poetry podcast. Exactly and now. He's doing a different podcast with his wife called. You don't know which is this. Podcast with art and fiction and magazine and i think scenes attach. It's quite creative and deborah. It's not just about the podcast. And collaboration between them and he he's really generous. Man is you know. And i was like i'm really scared. I didn't have stuff to put stuff online. E succumb runs. I'll show you my technophobia game. And then some guardian angel comes in this fine so he taught me that. So i outlawed a whole lot in mongo and so that was then on podcast. Then we have the thing you will drop in for one episode when guests couldn't make it and then I mean this is of truncated version than the global pandemic and thinking. How are we going to do this from then. I thought you know what i wanna do. Shorter episodes not long form when our just half now the two of us shorts but not a month one week. I don't know what i was thinking. I think i just have this hysteria. But i i was in a disaster movie document. Everything that happened that. I think it was really important to do that. And so i had to learn and then you'd it as well how to do remote recording and as thing. Yeah because real rebels were doing all of that before all of it. Just come down. Sit down mental. The levels riot by bake brownies every week feed guest delicious bakos give them today and then chat and then suddenly it was like man in my bedroom in this setup was my headphones on not really not knowing the best way to record whether to recall zoom boom by the to recall with mike. What my guess had you know. Now i've got cushion onto the phone. It was awful. I mean not awful. But i didn't know what i was doing. I was scared and then having to learn to editor on audacity which is a great fleet free platform. But i don't really like. The process of edison gives me a headache on. I'd get very panicky. Am i had from allah podcasts. My friend katherine lazenby. Who did a podcast with her partner. I'm byron vinson. And she know about edison. Talking me through entertaining. We had gaven who now data at the scene for us talking us throw. It was chosen so another basically all these guardian angels along. The road have come along to help with the technology..

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You download them. Listen to him. Then they'll disintegrate. As i'll say it wasn't so he showed me how to use the podcast app. He also recommended some to me and at the same time i think i befriended my friend daniel. Who's daniel who's tacoma who was a podcast fanatic. So then i started talking to other podcasts. Lovers and i realize the podcasts out. There and i start subscribing like a like a loon to all these amazing things. So is that last time that you had listen to audio in that way impossible. Yeah 'cause i didn't. I didn't i mean i might have listened to slough in a different way like on. I play the you know. The radio shows out. Listen to radio shows on there. But i haven't i. I was still like a total podcast newbie and i was excited and then cup accused later than i was listening to some leica terrible. Thanks thanks for asking which is really interesting show basically and actually started out about people sharing their trauma so of trauma recovery very personal the hilarious world of depression which now has more more varied guests but at the time it had Mostly talking to stand up comics about a relationship with depression mental health this american life. Obviously because that's like that will been recommended to me. Everybody who listen to podcasts. Would say listen to this this this. I'm this american. Life dive in there. And then i remember why can't one more than just slow. I wanna do radio show and through punch right throughout the stories. My fear of technology me being real technophobe. I didn't think. I wanted to podcast. Because i thought i'd come the recording equipment. I can't do it. i don't know how to. But i want to get on the radio again so i got in touch with the last year saying if i've got an idea come i pitch it to you. And how will you see. Should go ahead and i always if i got title for something then i know it's good to go so the title just arrived. The two of us a nice today. It's about creativity mental health emotional wellbeing. She said fine okay then so that was started again back in the studio feeling a bit like my old self inviting different people. The first the we'd recorded the first two shows together. So i record door. Joel taylor the one with. Miriam announced that my going to be with this now slot. Wow i'm back. I mean they've to phenomenal guests..

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Covet meant that we had to radically change. How we did the show because we didn't have access to the radio station so it was about learning how to recall remotely and cholesterol just yet. Because i i just think it will be interesting for people to hear about the journey of the two of us in how it started where it starting your journey with it. Because i guess i dont. You've talked about seventy percent For a movie interviews. And everything. And i was there when it started a podcast but not when it started as the shows so i was listening. I what happened was abso rewind. They're going to try and make this short. Because it could. I'll i'll i'll go one years and years and years ago i was asked. I think by jacobson larose. Who's a writer loved by. Everybody knows them. That's the simple. Way is huge talent. His writer educator and deeply loved and very well connected. I'm extremely organized. And i miss him in since kobe. It's terrible but everybody loves a good loves him a lot a total side and i think it was through him. It wasn't so here on just rang. His name beloved jacob. But i think there was perhaps a show on resonance my car member if i was reading my work. Perhaps i was reading my work. That was something that was something on resonance radio and then through that eichel offs to through some connection asked to review theater shows and they will let black folks little lena rooms above pubs ago to the to show in the niger review. So that was quite nice. I felt a bit important. And then i realized i really wanted to do my am radio show because i just had the bug and i just beautiful format says. Did you like the sound of your voice. The radio i just do the sound but the actual out sounds. But i just i can listen to myself with toronto but i think also i think i like the medium that it's this very simplified museum really. It's the human voice in this connection. And with i think with the resident stuff it was live so it was quite exciting..

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"But yeah just kind of. I guess i do want people to listen and have it grow. Grow the brand. I totally agree with you. I have to say. I really liked. The interviewing style is so different. I'm what i hear from you when you interview. People is that you'll really good at holding a lot of space. There's a lot of space for people to be and discover an answer as a listener. Not just as your podcast co host. I really like that. I feel like i'm being. I feel that whole. Let's with krista tippett. There's lots of room so people feel relaxed some open and that sort of idea of holding space which is about a super attentive listening and generosity. I think you've got that absolutely down. The other thing you know amazing thinking on the hoof came from the fact that not only. Have i been in the podcast longer than you because you hopped on board wants. It was already established before that out real rebels radio which is where everything started. I'd had a radio show called the conversational. And when i started i was like you. I do research. I have a list of questions. And i think am i cannot remember person i was interviewing. I'd like to say it was roger robinson because in my fantasy it was him but also because roger is the sort of person but i tell you the story it will be safe and inspiring to be in that space. I forgot my sheet of paper with the questions. And so i had to just respond and i didn't have the support that i had. I'd made for myself. And i realized that support was fantasy support anyway because i was interviewing writers. And if there's one group of people who are articulate talk and can use language it's writers. So i think now when i when my heavy the recording back i sometimes think just sunlight like you're drunk because i'm going And i don't really know the point. I started with but we're just going around by come. I ask you something very very personal. That reminds me of the time. I ate an orange in venice. And then there's another sub close to this question is what's your favorite cheese on About that before really politely. And i just think well i'm just said so. I think having that free flowing type of interview like i'm doing now is vulnerable. So i suppose that's mine. One of my aims and the other thing is about conversation intimacy on this profound belief i have is that every body has a story. Every single person on the planet has something worth saying. Yeah i forgot stories valuable. I think that's exactly it. And i think you're interviewing because you do research see you come along and i think i'm doing Not halfway to a whole other idea. But i've noticed with you is that i didn't finish my our different story. Robert roger robinson about is in question. Set my memories all over the place. What i noticed with you because how you started interviewing first of all wasn't accident again when somebody didn't turn up to be interviewed at bam you're real rebels and you interviewed may a new a wonderful and i was like you can do you like ak- and give a really great new us really interesting questions. Them.

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"To show on the news. I ask so if tender disposition today save this later. Otherwise i write so alliance alaska. I almost think that this should be part of the show. Because it's like. I'm all the behind the scenes you can on being you can either get like the super edited version of the show or you can get the edited version. Yeah doing longer edited version. Which is like talking about. How was your journey him. Did you have breakfast you know. So much more chatty. And it's i always prefer the edited version because it's like it has all interviews have ace of narrative arc of their But it's nice the hair the unidentified as well so you can see the before. And after and i know that i tend not to edit that much usually all this will not be in existence in an interview and may saying i'm and like Amazing and only discovering. What i think by talking baths. It feels important to have at the beginning of the interview. 'cause it's about the humphry episodes. Am i have this. Fantasy just occurred to me that it starts off in sort of like bumbling way all of the place and then the ark of the narrative of this podcast is like by the end. So super-efficient enslave it. Sounds like island. Know an episode of this american life or something and the actual transformation happens rap podcasts. I don't think it will happen like that. But that's like my dear is almost like that would be perfect to be recorded just on our phones and that was brat ground ads and everything about it got more more perfect which sort of response to cases question about. Where do we see the podcast going. And is one of the ways of the things we want to do is to become a professional or do we wanted dive in more deeply into a more vulnerable unfinished way of communicating. That's my very lengthy intro over eighteen. Hours of frederick doesn't even sign i. This is of because you'll learn courageous unfold. And i wasn't expecting that so. Thank you Yeah the boat costs so we haven't really had the shot for walkway. It would be nice to be able to pay guests. Get some funding to do that and make it works sessile but making different britain pieces and stuff as a result. I'd like to do that marketing. That kind of thing. 'cause i 'cause i file you conversation and the simplistic the Feel like the two of us is competing with this crazy crazy world of two second videos on take taco or whatever is and this is very different and it's more grounded and its oversea a unbiased. Because it's my kind of thing. So i won't people to experience it but i do think it's really valuable that sort of sitting down and thinking through and like you say knowing me the way that you interview is very much a gave an it mind circle or it's more like a loop of some kind of It could be a messy. That comes back round to itself you. You can think through things on the swap. And that's something that i'm learning from but it's not natural to me and so i'm just having questions i'd like all the questions here on the dot com when i interview. That's that's how i research thoroughly and think thirty pulled off into really thinking about the questions because like to netflix. Silence of how you can just as you said. Think from the spoke.

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Fear has lived in my body, and how much there's always been a desire for freedom, and how much there's always been a fair something I can't control. And how much stop? That narrative with the May is already there on. How much is new story entirely? Does that I. don't see a question. It does make me reflects on is. Release So why love about vulnerability that I see from. You will be like fighters of yourself crying like a story behind all your story now about going into the rain crying. Thurs identify a care, you you'll you and I kind of identify the because I feel like with breath quite sensitive souls, and when I see expressing that I see that as a replay thing as a release, and so an also. When I feel vulnerable or if I feel. Stuck with something than to me. The way out is a release and I. Just wanted to a fast how you say things in when you feel that way. Did you feel off release forgotten outside that help or Like hacking building equation for working through things will. Stock. I. Think so really that is a really really good point about the idea of release, and it's like the idea of Catharsis, and how helpful as am I think in that moment styling dazzle rain. Felt so good. The rain did feel like release. It felt like when my swim in the latest pawns. It felt like I felt a much more organic power of me on the crying. If I've done it pro plan, if a been a movie. On my knees would of ripped my clothes off, and I would have covered myself with Mas, and I will been howling. I would've been doing something very dramatic, so I think sometimes that released helps and I'm crying much more I mean. I'm a crier anyway, but now I'm like really prying a lot with all the things that I'm watching on Telly, but I also think that release. On that sometimes just to release of tension. I've been watching episodes of frazier. Twenty minutes and that Lofta on realizing that the laughter. As a novel form of relates having sex anybody so the of a orgasmic equivalence. You know the day that one has voice sound. There's a change in the body is really important although. Not Always. Sometimes the release I. Have Panic attacks panic attack isn't like a release. Cause a panic attack just feeds more and more of the panic, the panic and the mall, the panic, the mole, the greater the panel cares, but the most Ron Congress down. Perhaps it's like you've got to let the state passed through him. Yeah and you also need to understand kind of release. You need if you need. A physical one allowed one Ariston whatever this vicinity different times. I've got another question. 'CAUSE we're not. We're not far to the end of our little interview. I picked cards and angel. And so I thought you could respond to that abundance. A. Humid? She likes to my response to that. So I picked her am I like to I think. But I know that I have this I made me realize that I have quite a complex relationship to abundance like you know like drawing this. Can Call calling this chapter I'm scared to call upon Diamond Cutter Call I. Don't know what to call this time, but this time. This air that were in. It's not really long enough to narrow this transformational time. It's like. What's been abandoned? Do! I have some atom Osama I'm questions since too much. How much story allowed to fail in this time? Now how much joy how much suffering should there be? And how much joy and the idea of abundance it's like. Won't desiring it, I'm failing not entitled to the same time. Am I? Think what's happened to me since lockdown? One of the major things that I've noticed that I've noticed every year, but even more so is the garden. And it seems steady, but it gives me so much joy. In Down Array this year we have no law. That's two huge lime trees in the garden, and they just shed loads of leaves on. So then you get rid of the leaves, and there's no long left fits nothing. It looks like Mont Anyway. I've been serving Grassi. New Religion. and. Now the grass is so green and joyous I'm the GERANIUMS have over wintered really well and their flowering, and the trees there so it's mostly green but little. Spots of color weather drain. You must starting to bloom and reds, pinks, Crimson and what have you? And that abundance of nature just grow in despite all. Has Given me such joy, just looking at back green, and then after the rain that beautiful smell the earth releases after the rain on the wet grass. And so suddenly it's a reminder to me. Get Out of my head and the idea of what I'm entitled to what I'm not entitled to some fancy, either of abundance, which isn't about anything and. Attach myself from suffering in order to really on the people who have suffered and as seems to be very important. I'm just think now's I'm talking to you? I'm I think somehow. The metaphor of the. The modern. Garden. Just being MoD, which is still hell's the nutrients to this huge flirtatious bloom of graphs. This grain is reminder. Remind the. abundances of power of nature. Let's part of an perhaps, that's what I need to look at as a constant reminder, but there is always the possibility for growth without that sounding like the most awful cliche imaginable. Your term. Don't I think that's wonderful. I I actually wants to talk to you about nature because. I've seen taking. Photos. INSTAGRAM recently. And I wondered what your relationship was with that and you've said.

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"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"alba frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Have our ability has inspired me over the time I've known you? It's really helped me to be arable. Relationships isolation, and sometimes it strangers, but. I. He may have been foster relationship with funding to launch. So funny because Yeah 'cause I, feel I feel vulnerable so often. The fact that I see a somebody who's young men years, but much wiser I'm more mature and seems possess. Of, courage and self possession them I just look on might just think my vulnerability and. Different forms of our ability notes like these words a very big, but they don't describe the complexity of the feeling a my vulnerability often is about not feeling safe in my body, not feeling safe in the world. Am I think that's historic. And then it was compounded when I contracted lyme disease of not having control of my body. And then with the lockdown, the quarantine pandemic, whatever words we use to describe this current chapter in our life. I've had moments of. Vulnerability and Tara which I cannot describe. They've been so awful and I had a therapy session online on zoom my therapist, who's younger than me and once again very wise. AM. I became in particular in my vulnerability I felt like I was a baby. I was so scared and so sad I was speechless with my own fair, and it was terrifying to have that failing, but it was also really disturbing not to be able to have any language to describe it, and that told me it was very very yom part inside of me Michael the. Child like a pre linguistic parts of me about that embodied sense of. Fragility was from pulp, and I was so tiny icon speaker. So my thing about vulnerability is I of M feel shame about. Because I feel like. I'll go. Do know the different stories I tell myself I'll. The people have gone through. Other people are going through. You should be stronger. And when you say you've learned a lot from my vulnerability, I'm so I don't even know the words I'd say flattered or armored. That doesn't even seem the right way to describe it. I'm extremely grateful, but it might of how some use to somebody else on somebody I care about and even it being inspirational. And I interviewed Karen, Arthur or maybe talking about vulnerability and strength, and she said her vulnerability was wet was the source of her strength. And a union, she said with stops conviction because she's lived through vulnerable times which have been. transformative and so instrumental to the wonderful woman is today that she's very grateful for her vulnerability and for May. It doesn't feel like that yet. It just feels like I'm scared. I'm scared. I'm scared. I'm scared. I'm scared, which is very different from I'm open I'm open. I'm open. which is a different sort of vulnerability say? Does that make sense? Yes, sir, would you say your g? Still feel how you feel before not we'll stay. No at this precise moment. But when I go outside. I can feel like that on my mosques and everything, but it never filled adequate and I think it's complex with me because I'm absolutely stir crazy. stir-crazy. We've got a garden, but I want to stretch mandates. and. My mom is obviously very vulnerable. and. She's ninety one. She's got a form of blood cancer. Although missiles consultants in January, he said look. Let's very common even just doesn't even need chemo for taking aspirin, because it's the tube, the platelets and his dad with it. But it makes vulnerable along with her being nine to one. I've compromised immune system because of my line so low and As extremely vulnerable Sheldon Group in the so group down by getting it could made the end of her. It could or could not mean the end of May was it might mean not have such relapse in my symptoms, for might become bed bound again. So this thing of trying to be careful, but also wanting to just go out like you say in nature. I would like. Yesterday pulled with rain. Am I stood in the garden and I? Just thought fuck. I'm I lo- I will lie on the Swain cracks in the rain. But I think it's because I wanted to get wet. And they just I won't over the road. There's little par- Rosmead Gardens. which is a small park. And there was nobody there on my just got, so didn't have an umbrella. Khotan at mosques. And I just had one sometimes I'd double mosque stood in the middle of this park, crying, crying with relief and sadness. Soaked them I came back. I came back into the music. Was this guy that's like a look out there? And he wasn't quite social, distancing for by a second be only about four or five feet away, and I came back. I was like Oh. My God, and that's it. That's GONNA. Be The end, of May, among we're GONNA, die. Because I won't pass this man and he's imperfectly fine. It was just putting up in a cupboard. But. I think that failing. I have whenever I go out. It's really tainted by this desire for freedom. Which is a Nov US and then this real failing of fig ignited again bike neighbors have the windows open. They cough, so there's there's this real poll and what I'm. Looking at is how much fear has lived in my body, and how much there's always been a desire for freedom, and how much there's always been a fair something I can't control..

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