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"anika" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

03:32 min | Last month

"anika" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I'm sure you'd have been successful. I'm sure you've had a great career. Regardless but i think that moment of everything that that that choice of annika because it gives you that little. Oh she's she's come over from scandinavian or something in that. I scandinavian fine a lobbyist. I'm i'm there with aber. I and as you say challenge gene. The client got the rain. And i think so mazing invasive amazing bit of synchronicity of foot. Four word. I don't know it's lucky is what i'm saying because when my kids were little. They knew that if anyone rang on the tele thanks in those days one had telephone a landline and said equitize. Speak to anika go fuck off because news journalist because no one ever calls me. If anyone never rang me it was just not someone you ever want to very well trained so there was a lot of stories. Dina kaz foul mouth jochen out of control and they absolutely need. That was the filter be word. Anika anika we knew. Phone is good is so that well. You're a person will come onto lighter but you're a person who's had lots of different identities as well and the thing again surprised to hear about you because i feel like the thing you'd say about you. You're very upbeat very positive. When i was at university there was a comedy troupe. There had a song about you going. Anika anika rice. I want to thank you for being so nice. Anika anika rice. And i still remember it is. It was lovely somebody. Who's just about you being lovely and nice and charming. Hr when i did panther brighton once in need going into the pub and i was rhyming. Slamming rhyming salmon in brighton panther land because that would go as they could have a gin tonic and plenty of annika. That's good charmed by this. That's you know that's about the best. Get nothing else is spring to mind. Tabby nice would be the one but i feel like you know your your childhood was a little bit less happy than i would. I would have imagined or you you you were put upon by to bring up your little sister almost cushal. Your mom wasn't around too much is unusual upbringing. I was very much the family. Plast lots of people You know it's different times. It was just a very different type of child sir than for example the childhood. I've been lucky enough to get my kids. So engaged with your children. Back in the seventies. Honestly i did. I have any parents. I've no idea lich you just got on with it and independent and good thing. Really like they've done anything. If i've been happily ensconced now should i just think i'd just rolled over and said could you tickle. My back bleeds as it happened. That edge that feeding of the robbing pulled out of your from your feet. The whole time to d- again. It's something i talk about a lot. Because i think jack is really good for you. Ninety really think as human beings we respond to that actually not too much..

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"anika" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"anika" Discussed on WTOP

"Anika Vel is our producer. Coming up. Maryland Delegates approve a major climate bill with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and Valerie Bone starting tomorrow. D C residents 16 and older are eligible for the covert vaccine. I'm occasion, James. Well, we see increased bipartisanship in Congress coming up. We're gonna hear from Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S News and World Report. It's fine. 31 CBS NEWS BRIEF President Biden says he'll meet with lawmakers about his hugely expensive infrastructure Bill. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on ABC says that address is new challenges and future ones that will make up infrastructure infrastructure evolves to meet the American people's aspirations, and it's not static. 1990. We wouldn't have thought that broadband was infrastructure because it wasn't on the scene yet, but we of course need broadband in every pocket of the country. Top Democrat Chuck Schumer is urging Americans that could help for mental health problems tied to the pandemic. There's my billion dollars in the cove it 19 bill to help deal with the Increase in mental health Anxiety, depression. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby following Prince Phillips death for the royal family. As for every other No words can reach into the depths of sorrow. That goes into a recent CBS News brief on that Piper Iran is calling it a blackout. What happened at the or actually was calling the blackout at the atomic facility in the country and active nuclear terrorism. AP correspondent Ben Thomas with more the head of Iran's civilian nuclear program, told state television. The blackout was caused by sabotage. Underground. The town's facility houses centrifuges used to enrich uranium. Tehran had just announced the testing of its latest IR nine centrifuge, which it says will enrich uranium 50 times faster than its first generation beyond suspicion as to responsibility for the blackout fell immediately on Israel, Israeli media has reported. The cyber attack orchestrated by Israel was the cause. Sunday night, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu toasted his security chiefs, head of the Mossad intelligence. This agency at his side. He spoke of the fight against Iran and its nuclear program and said Israel has transformed itself from helplessness into a world power. In a rare admission of the weakness of Chinese Corona virus vaccines, the country's top disease control official says their effectiveness is low and the government is considering mixing them to get and two to go to an alternate vaccine. The director of the China Centers for Disease Control says the Chinese vaccines don't have very high protection rates. Beijing has distribute hundreds of millions of doses Broadwell trying to promote doubt about the effectiveness. Of the thighs or buying tech by vaccine made used during previously experimental messenger RNA, or M. R in a process CHINA health officials now considering against switching vaccines coming up on W. T O P hopes for a new era of bipartisanship. Are they already over? It's 5 34. Connection is having whole home coverage with Cox Panoramic WiFi Connection.

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"anika" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

Delta Juliet Mike Media

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

"Sexual trauma. Child abuse domestic violence. Pretty heavy soft. Like i know that. Like thomas side seems like it should be heavy but yeah i think that s few is more like if someone's dead all you can do. Is there murder. But s is much hands on because a lot of victims survive and it's sort of particular. Olivia benson's drive is to help. Those victims realize that they're survivors and that this isn't the end of their story absolutely so i would say the olivia benson is the reason that i'm still watching all these years. Because i really appreciate her story. I have described. Svu as an alternate universe where people believed the victims or specifically where the police believe the victims. Because that's not something that we get in our reality but olivia listens to people and it's gotten even more so over the years where they even start to see the perpetrators as victims and that i think that that evolution is is really powerful so i think that after elliott left it turned its focus sort of like a release straight spotlight right onto a livia and everyone else was in her sphere and even at that point elliott became within her spirit because he was in her rear view mirror was moving forward in her life and it became this really powerful that it became a deletion of the series as a whole because it was putting aside the trauma of losing elliott and becoming the the best person she could be at that point like moving forward into her survivor story and really she became like a superhero so she went all the way to the top and it was wonderful for you know for her as a longtime you're to be on that journey with her. Yes so i just yeah. It's libya olivia's y. Watch i i mean. I second that so much. I started watching. Svu when i was in college and it was just one of those things. Because they they used to have like before binge-watching on streaming a thing they would have sp marathons on usa every weekend or during the day. And i would sit there while. I was doing my homework or studying and just have svu on in the background. And i was as much as i was a fan of the original law and order to i was immediately attracted to svu because of bolivia and that just became more so over time with elliott's departure and her lucien over the past ten seasons without him is such a beautiful inspiring and powerful story. And i honestly don't believe that. Svu would be the show that it is today and it would have not survived as long as it has Without the choice to focus the show around libya benson. It was the right choice and it. It's the reason why it's just as powerful an impactful today..

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Centralized normal but also magical and now you've got these amazing musicians connected to it. I love phil lawrence. I think he is magnificent. And i also love to know mars who you know that. He writes for a lot but he is a singer. Musician is also beyond on phil himself. And i've already told you how much i love on john. Legend and his work and how he is able to translate story to song and song for a story. So all of those things sort of just Worked together and it was a really wonderful thing to be part of another project that centralises black children and our wonder our ability to feel wonder The joy of christmas away that wasn't showing lack You know there was family dysfunction but that's important to show too because we all have it but the story wasn't about what these people couldn't have couldn't get couldn't whatever Aside from love and they rectified that The story took place in the victorian. Age with these amazing costumes by michael wilkinson whose australia randomly and phenomenal And he mixed all these african fabrics in these victorian costumes. These amazing colors and in the hair shared martin who i worked with on half of a yellow sun and all the hair was natural and it wasn't like there wasn't a commentary on it because this will people was supposed to look like does look like looks like so the amount of positive reinforcement within this film without beating people over the head with it is just fantastic and then you know again to be able to sing. The songs that i was able to sing was delicious. And i'll say this because we were talking about make it work and it's not a way that people have heard me sing before and that for me was quite the gift because i love to access that part of my voice and i think usually when people are thinking of me. They're thinking of me as a soprano. 'cause that's i am a soprano however i'm also that i'm also that greedy I don't know fantasia. So i'm not having gone there. I think when i do. That's the farewell concert. That'd be last note. But i also live in the deep register of my voice and and i and i really enjoy being there so there was an aspect of my voice that you that..

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Built ford tough. Okay i gotta ask you. I'm gonna get to jingle jangle. But i think it's important that i asked. You would definitely part of a very large ensemble For i'm forgetting you're you're you're in tyler perry's for colored girls with damn near half of hollywood What was that. What was that whole experience like in doing that. That movie iino was interesting because most of those people we add in see till the end didn't modern see them however it was It was actually a really good experience. And i'll have to say that As far as how. You're treated on a set. Tyler had flowers Trailer every morning. When i went into work fresh rush flowers and never happened before. And i'm bed makes a difference. You know all it says. is we care. very least. You're doing so much heavy work that it kinda doesn't it uplifting always. Okay well these. I'm starting my day off with these flowers. Because yeah darn something nice. Yeah Because you you go into the ships. They retire that one But that was a really lovely thing and we shot in new york and we shot in atlanta and it was. It was pretty fast. But yeah so i didn't really get to tan. I became very close on that set. For some reason we ended up being era we ended up being connected. Two thousand nine and corina became friendly but we didn't really get to find meld and work together because it really is much of an ensemble as it was it was also you know if you know the original piece which i'm sure do monologues. Right singular stories that that Together touch each other in the corners. So but what i am grateful like that monologue such an amazing phenomenon law that i got to do in the hospital and i remember tyler one was like oh so we're gonna do this shadow nash and the other shot and i started to do it. We did a rehearsal. And then i went back to..

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:47 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Know. I mean and i felt like it was important to the truth of who. This young woman is a would be to have that space to. Were you allowed to to sort of drive. Which a character was or did you have to have like a conversation with the disney people. Because i you know. I would think that at least when you're dealing with hollywood superpower like that. They're always thinking about middle america and we don't want to scare them off in the sort of thing so yeah no. I wasn't worried about middle america She's from new orleans. So i was worried about new orleans and She is me. So i was worried about representing you know who we are and they wanted to be as true to form as possible the did and so i was given the space to say you know. I don't think this would be. This doesn't really make sense to me for this reason. Or the other and i was hurt when i said those things. Now mind you. I didn't write the story so it's not like the necessarily the story was going to change. But if i said that something culturally didn't sit well. Or if. I said that i know we had a big talk about the The scene in the think. I'm free to save us. The scene in the swamp where When princess diana was a frog. Still and levine was a frog and they were being hunted and there was when we first do that scene. My concern was. I said what we don't want in. This scene is for it to feel like a slave hunt because you know blackhawks always went to think about him. Feel that feeling when you've got these real was good word like hit white dudes with two teeth and a net and dogs drama and after us traumas portent to have the tone of that scene correct and we talked about it and i talked about and they were like. Oh you're absolutely right. So it made a difference in how that moved in the words that were used in how chase happened. And i'm and. I'm glad that i was working with a group of people that was sensitive to that. Who were who were open to hear that and you would think well of course they will because they wanna make some money. But you'd be surprised amount of times that people don't listen to you as you were saying it to you. I was thinking to myself. They listen. I was wondering if anybody never looked like you though that was helping to write that story. But i'm guessing that's why you had to provide that.

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:52 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"You completely walk me now. I feel safe asking this question. 'cause people already know on the show that My animation watching activities is very very low. with with the exception of occasional few so bad when people ridicule me for not. You never saw the lion king. Yes i've i've been through it. So can you walk me through the process. Now of and again. I know this is a very historical pivotal. Not even for you but just for history. Tenths love keep going keep. We didn't see princess at the front. Do but what i'm asking us to. Please walk me through the process of how that rule came to you and it's the best shit ever daughters. I thought it was great. Because i was in. La doing carolina changed After we close new york role the new york run. We did a soft tour just cisco that was all i did because by then i had done over three hundred shows And while i was in la the disney people came to see at the mark taper. And they were like. We'd love to have a meeting with you. And i was like yes because i have always wanted to be a disney voice Not necessarily princess. I really didn't care what i was gonna be just wanted to be a voice And so. I had this meeting. And i told him that i would love to be anything and i could be a flea even and i had a sound for the fleet or the tick and they probably thought i was insane and from that meeting. I was couple years later three years later. Two years later. That called me. Four to audition for the princess and the frog and and i read that the piece that they gave you. Don't give you the whole thing and i was like. Oh i know this girl. I am this girl. I am from a small town on where nobody did. What the thing that i wanted to do. i spent my growing up and trying to do what i do. Being told you know that it wasn't perhaps possible. I knew who this girl was. And i was a hard worker so it took three auditions over. I don't know must have been a year that that those auditions happened..

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:07 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Like no other things. I'm back to get to the frog. I got betty question but literally daughter. They're going them all kinds of shit point. Where you know were at you were gonna kill tariq or whatever and i when i watched a credits the end i was like no. That's not her alley. And i realize i was you and i had to watch that episode again. Yeah at i totally did not make that you until you really lost roles right there for me. See my favorite compliment. I love it. I loved you box at loved. Jukebox need poh-chiu to do it or like now. I met her. She's one of the nicest people ever also from connecticut. Oh me and i have mutual friends and we met at a game night. And courtney also wrote on the good wife so she knew me from the good wife. I didn't know her that point in that we met at this game night and had a great time and When we met we we'd like each other. We should go to lunch and so we went to lunch and she was like johnny If there was a. Is there a role that you'd wanna play. You feel like no one And i was like ha or yeah. She was like what is that i was like. I would like to be a complete bad ass preferably on a motorcycle. Which i don't drive on a ride motorcycles. But i'm thinking this is something no one i would give me and you know just completely like wild and the outside of anything somebody would think of me for and this was years before before power had even happened. She was like oh that will be really cool. I'd love to see you this way and i was like. Yeah so cut to a couple of years. Later i get a call saying would you be interested in. She's a cop. She's a rogue cop. She's a lesbian. She sort of murders. I said yes. The i mean. You ain't got to tell me nothing else. Shell thank you. I loved her. I loved her. She was a ruthless and interesting different. And it's something. I would never be in life. You know what i mean like. I would never want to do the things that she did in life. But that's one of those times where you can do all a horrible things on screen and have fun with. I gotta moshe fifty cent and ahead. I guess the most fifty cents more than most for descend the head and the dc. I appreciate it. Thank you thank you. Yeah it was. It was really really fun for me and it was so well written the episodes were so well written and that was that honestly was another moment where they were just like so how you wanna do it. And i was like oh really. Let's go got to go. And i had been a new yorker for so long. I lived in new york for a really long time. And i've always been a on the east coast so you know. Thank god. I haven't had to really spend time with those people. But i've definitely seen those people and you recognize when you see him when you look into their eyes and you see like they are not worried about doing away with you. It would not bother them. You've seen those people So i loved her. I loved her and thank you. Okay so i if you can..

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"You experience and they know your they knew your history when writing this character or it was just coincidence. Rob hardy did. Hardy did But a little bit of coincidence And it was really interesting. And great for me to be able to bring that aspect of myself to what i was doing and i had spent a lot of time in academia because because of family and my grandmother was a teacher and so all those things sort of came to a head but the age. Bcu thing most assuredly. I think you have to live it to know it and you read about it and you can watch some video tape have to live it to know it and i was grateful to be able to bring that part of myself to that space and we had a couple of writers on staff who were. Hec you people in rob hardy who also went to famine Was with the creator so it was Luck that all that came together in one space and she was a pretty fun character to play a random question because it was two roles. I just wanted to ask you about and one of them is very random but is still not one of my favorite episodes of this. This branch is law and order. Yes law or svu. I wanted to ask you about that. And i wanted to ask you about that. I mean you were from connecticut but what that meant as an east coast actor what that means to east coast actors in a way in. Was that something that you felt like. You had to do on a bucket list of sorts in a way. Because i feel like everybody has run through law and order. It was not and it was a badge of honor to be the only new york. After that i knew who had never been online order. Apparently they don't want me. And i'm the only new york and they don't want so turn that into an honor. Y'all i can't even be dead in the park like people die every week..

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Can we really exhausted and feeling like you're not being heard whether it's your food order not being delivered correctly even know you know you typed it out the way that is supposed to be your partner too busy watching their favorite instagram. Live while not paying attention to you just like the world right like just ignoring you. Yeah it can sometimes feel like you're shouting into a boy without anything changing like hello. Can you hear me out there but you know who is listening to making changes style. At and t. They're doing whatever it takes to show that all their customers voices are heard. So here's what they're doing. They're given every customer both new and existing the same great deal. Did you hear me. I said no matter if you've been with them forever or you're just thinking about it every single person because the same deal checkout smartphone pricing. That's fair for everyone at att dot com slash best deals restrictions apply. We speaking of bill at that make them look good now. He's cancel said of. Yeah wait a minute Because i think. I was looking on your your credits. And i saw hamilton their experiments to when when was your run with us because i helped workshop hamilton So i did the original tape like the last not the last workshop at the second last workshop to hamilton we did a workshop up at vassar. At new york's asian film which was amazing And then i did A raisin in the sun. And i couldn't really do anything while i was doing a raisin in the sun because it was a three hour tour and and i was a really busy and heavy show and dramatic. I didn't have a lot of space to do other things while that was happening. They were still doing work Another workshop for it after that and They got the lovely rene goldsberry ensure he ended up being blessed with the role. But that's how things happen. You know what. I'm looking sometimes sometimes is bill. I was. I was not that. I thought you're going to bring up being on the sesame street float which is what you and uneager have in common other than many other things. But she. When i read that she was in the initial hamilton thing. I was like wait a minute bill. That's that's your whole world. I didn't know that. Now i wasn't i wasn't there during that but i knew that a nico was the first anjelica. Many many moons ago. Okay yeah okay. I was just confused..

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Never this is always been the way that i approach my job. It's my job. And i and you know fella was an amazing show with amazing artists in it Also dance heavy show. I don't think it was as vocally heavy as it was dance heavy and it's a different type of singing because it's also choral singing so everybody's singing except for What's his name Sar who was shops magnificent. So it's choral singing so you have a whole lot of voices that can fill that thing out and if again let me make this clear no shade whatsoever but if one coral person is singing at level six or seven on a tuesday night the audience isn't gonna know that one coral person is gonna six or seven unless that person has a solo so when your initial that you can do choral work. I think you have a little more space lino. You can lean on that night. What you said is next to you in a different way but If our would go out drinking every single night have a different shell the next day so i mean he's oh god they were magnificent the match show. Have you ever noticed how some people always seem to have the best luck. I have this friend right. He goes on a dating app once he meets a woman. She's the love of his life. He marries her in three weeks. Fast flash forward like a year or two later they have a kid and there you go happily ever after. That's not my life and probably not yours either but good thing shouldn't only favor of you..

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:44 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Inflections that you have to have distinctly so i know like what if i do a little bit too i would. Oh am i. You were show wise ways like what what does good voice over work in detail as far as having to assume that if you get called back that means you're good enough to to work again so you know it's different. It's different for depending on. What type of voice over. You're doing like if you're doing a commercial and they call you to be your voice because your voices you know you are 'cause love they just wanna hear your voice so there's some things that you don't have to worry about you don't have to create a character but you still have you soviet. Read whatever it is that they've given you in a way that gets the whatever emotional tone that they want How does it push their product. The best way so in that respect e. You have to be ready for that if you're doing character. They're looking for actors off most of the time. Of course your being called on to be yourself. They're still looking for you to be an actor but you still get to be yourself. Which is which takes a little bit of that onus off of you but i would say if they're are looking for a character if you're talking about a cartoon or an animated feature or even a voice over for a feature film there's acting involved because you need to know how to put forth the emotion the information that they need have and i think that what trips people out bins that they think. Oh let's just. I'm just going to talk. It's gonna be fun If allowing more than it's also tiresome because if you are doing a whole feature or or something like that they may want you to lay that whole thing down one day and by the time you're done you're like that was that was really nice things and it's also very competitive too because like kinda unlike In some ways even more so than acting..

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"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"anika" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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"anika" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 4 months ago

"anika" Discussed on WTOP

"Anika Vel is our producer Coming up. The Senate resolves a major issue that threatened to delay the impeachment trial, which is again moving forward on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller, a bill that would allow tax credits for donations to diaper banks. I'm Liz Anderson, Virginia's looking in the tens of millions of dollars in fraudulent unemployment claims. I'm John Doman. It's 2 31 a developing story We're following today. Roller coaster Day in the impeachment trial of former President Trump w T. O P. S. Mitchell Miller joins US Live with the very latest from Capitol Head off. Closing arguments are now underway, but they were delayed as the Senate tried to resolve a key issue whether to get testimony from a Republican congresswoman, Jamie Herrera Butler of Washington State. Eventually an agreement was reached. To read her testimony into the record rather than open up the trial, the witnesses from both sides which could have extended it, she has provided an account of a phone call between former President Trump and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy during the attack on the Capitol When Donald Trump suggested those rioting cared more about the election results than McCarthy impeachment manager David Sicilian, he says her account is telling and raises questions over whether Donald Trump had any concern about the personal safety of former vice president Mike Pence. Not only must President Trump have been aware of the vice president's danger, but he still sent out a tweet attacking him further inciting the very mob that was in just a few feet. Of him inside of this very building, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin says former President Trump's failure to quickly respond to the violence of the capital is another reason why he should be convicted of incitement of insurrection. If that's not ground for conviction. If that's not a high crime and misdemeanor against the republic in United States of America, then nothing is The defense will soon present. It's closing arguments before a vote on whether to convict or acquit. Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell indicated earlier today he will vote for acquittal, and most Republicans are expected to do so as well Reporting Live on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T O P News Thanks Mitch. It is 2 33. Did you know that Cove in 19 survivors could help other patients fight the disease? The plasma in covert 19 Survivor's blood has antibodies that can fight the coronavirus that.

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How Will Postponed Games Help The Boston Bruins?

Poke the Bear

02:31 min | 4 months ago

How Will Postponed Games Help The Boston Bruins?

"Bruins will be they will not have their upcoming games against the Buffalo Sabres both postponed due to Buffalo. Cobra late issues not bruised related issues. How do these poems postponed games affect the Bruins going forward? Well, if you want to look at the negatives first, which I think the only real negative there for the Bruins the fact that they're not going to you know, they're going to add those off to schedule later on when you already got a pretty compressed 56-game schedule like the last thing you want is to just kind of drop those games, you know in March April with the schedule really sets picking up there. So that's Thursday. The only drawback um and the immediate, you know, you look at losing those two games off the schedule probably helps the Bruins right? Because one obviously the priority it's not like this is an outbreak on the email. They didn't you know play a team that you're going to see guys also get held out cuz of, you know contact tracing or testing so the room starts your vote on that regard. But yeah losing those two games for right now seems like it's a I wouldn't say it's good fortune for the Bruins, but they definitely could use it right especially that that's Saturday game. If you play that Saturday home game against the Sabres you're looking at three games in four nights for this team and you look at you know, the amount of guys they already have on the Shelf with the bruskin grzelcyk and Kasha and stood Anika and you add in the fact that you know, they get through that Washington seriously doubt anyone getting really injure like put on the Shelf but held yeah. Yeah exactly, but you still got quite a few guys with bumps and bruises Bruce Cassidy said so the fact that song Um, you know, I'm Bruce Cassidy more or less said that you know, maybe they practiced on Saturday, maybe maybe Sunday but having you know, four days off without actual games is a good choice, you know a good break for the Bruins in terms of letting them rest of these guys who have taken maintenance days as of late. Plus it allows you then to rest a guy like Chris like in Nebraska who would be back pretty soon both guys already started skating at Warrior. So rather than you know, Rush those guys back or have to play know another two games against Buffalo without those guys in the lineup you could rest of those guys, you know work back at their own pace and potentially going to go back on the road again next week have all of a sudden your you know, your second pairing defenseman and your top six guy back in the lineup, so I'm obviously not ideal when you you're having games postponed due to covid-19.

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How Doula Adriana Lozada Guides Parents to Their Own IdealBirth

Latina to Latina

04:00 min | 9 months ago

How Doula Adriana Lozada Guides Parents to Their Own IdealBirth

"Adriana the first line of your official bio is Rihanna's life can be defined as before and after being pregnant with her daughter Anika who were you off before you got pregnant with your daughter? Oh, I was a total type a super just go get it slay dragons before breakfast that type right totally familiar. Yes, and that's the thing was that I was very fortunate extremely lucky throughout my life to have a lot of serendipity and a lot of Support from my parents communities and just the universe in general of really allowing me to take both leaps and not fail off. So that just kept increasing my I can do anything I can do anything and then I had a child and that was definitely the most humbling experience ever. Like most of us are I was under the misguided idea that you can apply the same skills that you apply to achieving goals in life to Parenting and two birthday and to being a mother and you can't those are not the skills you need and of course I was like all cocky like I've got this I've got everything in my life and boy. Yeah, did that hit hard? What was it about giving birth specifically that inspired you to want to help others on their maternity Journeys. When I got pregnant, I knew very little about it was more like a checklist thing. I need to have a kid great and I went into it with my journalistic point of view and started reading everything off the information I could get and gobbling it up. And you know, I've got this the more I read the more I learn the angrier. I got of how the person who's doing all the work the person who's grew up in this child. The person who's at the core of this experience is kind of an afterthought and in some cases seen as a vessel to bring forth this life. How much of your agencies taken away from you. I want to stop you there because I having now carried two pregnancies totally know what you mean, but for someone who's listening who hasn't yet had experience of being pregnant. Can you describe a way in which we take that agency away from the person who's carrying a child? First off. It's culturally you become fair game to everybody because you're pregnant. It's like now you are this amazing person that belongs to everybody in the street. And touch your belly or they give you unsolicited advice about what you should do or if you share your wishes of what you want to do. Then you get judged at every step of the way. So there's that first elimination of agency and then pregnancy itself just the physiological process of how things change in your body you anything more vulnerable state where words have even more power and if somebody tells you, oh, it seems your baby is Big that's going to bring fear and it's going to hit York or off. If somebody told you whatever your butt's big you'd be like, whatever you're not you don't know what you're talking about, you know before being pregnant, but at that moment you're so vulnerable. So you're You're vulnerable You're you're a gem. Taken away from you and the system is also set up in a very hierarchical structure where we've taken a process that again. It's physiological. It's not MediCal nothing is wrong with you, but we have made it a medical situation. We've pathologize it and therefore somebody else needs to intervene and tell you how to do it.

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How Doula Adriana Lozada Guides Parents to Their Own IdealBirth

Latina to Latina

04:00 min | 9 months ago

How Doula Adriana Lozada Guides Parents to Their Own IdealBirth

"The first line of your official bio is Rihanna's life can be defined as before and after being pregnant with her daughter Anika who were you off before you got pregnant with your daughter? Oh, I was a total type a super just go get it slay dragons before breakfast that type right totally familiar. Yes, and that's the thing was that I was very fortunate extremely lucky throughout my life to have a lot of serendipity and a lot of Support from my parents communities and just the universe in general of really allowing me to take both leaps and not fail off. So that just kept increasing my I can do anything I can do anything and then I had a child and that was definitely the most humbling experience ever. Like most of us are I was under the misguided idea that you can apply the same skills that you apply to achieving goals in life to Parenting and two birthday and to being a mother and you can't those are not the skills you need and of course I was like all cocky like I've got this I've got everything in my life and boy. Yeah, did that hit hard? What was it about giving birth specifically that inspired you to want to help others on their maternity Journeys. When I got pregnant, I knew very little about it was more like a checklist thing. I need to have a kid great and I went into it with my journalistic point of view and started reading everything off the information I could get and gobbling it up. And you know, I've got this the more I read the more I learn the angrier. I got of how the person who's doing all the work the person who's grew up in this child. The person who's at the core of this experience is kind of an afterthought and in some cases seen as a vessel to bring forth this life. How much of your agencies taken away from you. I want to stop you there because I having now carried two pregnancies totally know what you mean, but for someone who's listening who hasn't yet had experience of being pregnant. Can you describe a way in which we take that agency away from the person who's carrying a child? First off. It's culturally you become fair game to everybody because you're pregnant. It's like now you are this amazing person that belongs to everybody in the street. And touch your belly or they give you unsolicited advice about what you should do or if you share your wishes of what you want to do. Then you get judged at every step of the way. So there's that first elimination of agency and then pregnancy itself just the physiological process of how things change in your body you anything more vulnerable state where words have even more power and if somebody tells you, oh, it seems your baby is Big that's going to bring fear and it's going to hit York or off. If somebody told you whatever your butt's big you'd be like, whatever you're not you don't know what you're talking about, you know before being pregnant, but at that moment you're so vulnerable. So you're You're vulnerable You're you're a gem. Taken away from you and the system is also set up in a very hierarchical structure where we've taken a process that again. It's physiological. It's not MediCal nothing is wrong with you, but we have made it a medical situation. We've pathologize it and therefore somebody else needs to intervene and tell you how to do it.

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How Doula Adriana Lozada Guides Parents to Their Own IdealBirth

Latina to Latina

04:00 min | 9 months ago

How Doula Adriana Lozada Guides Parents to Their Own IdealBirth

"The first line of your official bio is Rihanna's life can be defined as before and after being pregnant with her daughter Anika who were you off before you got pregnant with your daughter? Oh, I was a total type a super just go get it slay dragons before breakfast that type right totally familiar. Yes, and that's the thing was that I was very fortunate extremely lucky throughout my life to have a lot of serendipity and a lot of Support from my parents communities and just the universe in general of really allowing me to take both leaps and not fail off. So that just kept increasing my I can do anything I can do anything and then I had a child and that was definitely the most humbling experience ever. Like most of us are I was under the misguided idea that you can apply the same skills that you apply to achieving goals in life to Parenting and two birthday and to being a mother and you can't those are not the skills you need and of course I was like all cocky like I've got this I've got everything in my life and boy. Yeah, did that hit hard? What was it about giving birth specifically that inspired you to want to help others on their maternity Journeys. When I got pregnant, I knew very little about it was more like a checklist thing. I need to have a kid great and I went into it with my journalistic point of view and started reading everything off the information I could get and gobbling it up. And you know, I've got this the more I read the more I learn the angrier. I got of how the person who's doing all the work the person who's grew up in this child. The person who's at the core of this experience is kind of an afterthought and in some cases seen as a vessel to bring forth this life. How much of your agencies taken away from you. I want to stop you there because I having now carried two pregnancies totally know what you mean, but for someone who's listening who hasn't yet had experience of being pregnant. Can you describe a way in which we take that agency away from the person who's carrying a child? First off. It's culturally you become fair game to everybody because you're pregnant. It's like now you are this amazing person that belongs to everybody in the street. And touch your belly or they give you unsolicited advice about what you should do or if you share your wishes of what you want to do. Then you get judged at every step of the way. So there's that first elimination of agency and then pregnancy itself just the physiological process of how things change in your body you anything more vulnerable state where words have even more power and if somebody tells you, oh, it seems your baby is Big that's going to bring fear and it's going to hit York or off. If somebody told you whatever your butt's big you'd be like, whatever you're not you don't know what you're talking about, you know before being pregnant, but at that moment you're so vulnerable. So you're You're vulnerable You're you're a gem. Taken away from you and the system is also set up in a very hierarchical structure where we've taken a process that again. It's physiological. It's not MediCal nothing is wrong with you, but we have made it a medical situation. We've pathologize it and therefore somebody else needs to intervene and tell you how to do it.

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"anika" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"anika" Discussed on WTOP

"Anika Vel is at the editor's desk coming up DC Fourth of July festivities officially underway on this fourth of July, some states reporting their highest number of Corona virus cases. To date, she took the team to court over it. Now she's reacting to new pressure for the Washington Redskins to change its name. Mike Barilla. It's 6 31 Fourth of July festivities, the nation's capital scheduled to kick off right now let's check in with W T. O P S. Can Duffy The salute to America is about to get underway here at the National Mall. But the big question was how many people would show We're in the midst of a pandemic. Covad. 19 concerns are still out there, D C. Mayor bounds there told people not to show up. Despite the Trump administration's plans to go on with this we're seeing may be several 100 people scattered across the National Mall. The most, I would say Several dozen or so at the Lincoln Memorial, taking refuge from the heat by sitting in the shade. We also spoke to a man from Alexandria, one of the few from this area who are here most of from out of town, he says. Last year, there were far more people here. Compared to this year for sure, And I would say 50% are wearing face coverings and 50% or knots on the National Mall. Ken Duffy W T. OBY News now 6 32 CBS News update. The Corona virus numbers in Florida are not encouraging 11,445 new cases a single day record. W. T S P TV reporter Andrea Alvaro's talked with clear water Mayor Frank Hibbert's We've had a lot of people that do not want to be used to be open at all. I'd call.

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"anika" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"anika" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"Am all spot. I'm just trying to think like I actually love quite quite woke to you. I love collecting rights. Just seen sometimes I just like to look at them during the day Sunday Free the one that I'll go today as be kind to yourself. It's it's a simple one but I think a lot of the times you know especially as we were talking about getting results being frustrated. It's it's important to be kind to yourself and just tell yourself that you are trying and of course this you. There's ways that you can change if you ought following someone on instagram. That's not working. Maybe investing doing consults with someone. If you're doing consultant that is not helping you. In the way that you'd expect you can always switch and go to a different So there's different ways to kind of change so darned capacities. Shouldn't I guess? Put the blame on themselves and be lapped. I'm not doing it right So it's I guess better to kind of change the mindset in like you know what could I do that rather than being in? I'm I'm not. I'm doing terrible. Yeah so yeah and I think being kind to yourself is probably really ought injuring quarantine because will kind of I guess. Lost a lot of out the goals that we had whether this year whether it's financial Body image body related kind of anything any goals. That may have been a huge setback for everyone. too big one. That's what I'm being telling myself lately. Beautiful did a great was cool. Lead you came on. Her name is Annika roof. Find her at on instagram. At the she should matt against a Dietitian. Thank you for joining me. Thank you for listening. Remember if no one loves you actor Leslie. Thanks for having me. Thank you for coming on..

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"anika" Discussed on FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"anika" Discussed on FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

"Hi You're listening to the Beller and this is flash costs by PD. I'm here with my beautiful daughter. Anika Dibella and we're GONNA THE DOOR FLASH CARDS UP THE CUP. Where at remarkable is ready to have a ski and we thought we'd be productive in flesh? Cast some Annika. Welcome to the show. Hi I'm a how much you love doing these things and you get shy but it's okay. I can hear your voice not see your face my darling. So it's all good. Let me ask you the following question. What is it that you love most about scoreless spending time with family? What does it mean to you to spend time with your family I I find it away how it can net and we just and we have we create special memories and I did I just enjoy. It is the time because they're very lucky that we get to Dir. Go Away on holidays instead instead of staying harm tell me tell me about reflecting on the year. So far You're in grade six last year of primary school and be gear. Lots of works at Margaret's a great school But they work you had. Has it been. Tell me something here I stand out to you in the past year I well I have a facing teaches and I noticed since I've moved to sint Margaret's kind of being just getting better. Grades is in. Its to Spain so much hotter on me in a good way and I've been getting a mocks. Nia Six I think is just kinda console car encouraged to study more and keep trying our best instead of just walking into school surprise. Is We have a test. And what do we say. Where awareness goes energy flows and every day to be the S? You can be an remember that it's your journey and we talk about at that. Don't worry that it's not a destination. It's about a journey and making sure that you have a good support around you. How important the people around you that you have in your tribe well my friends are amazing? Very comforting I consider myself to these makeup because is I am the one who brought us together and then we have all the fights and all that but there are genuinely good people and I love them all. And then my family's fabulous. How do you deal with conflicts when France and obviously it's part of the journey that certain people are going to argue How do you find the best way to tackle that the peacemaker most of the time? It's kind of funny. Because they text me the exact same time complaining about the exact same thing with a huge paragraph for it so I usually cold them. If I'm not near them and I will encourage them. Certainly talk to each other about why they were fighting and any say they're sorry and kind of calmly state than point-of-view level conflict is pest management communication and we talk about communication being the common denominator of failure and getting them together in a room to talk about it. And do it in Conway is a very very smart and considered good way to do that. tell me. Is there a time that you fan very challenged by being or pressured by being the peacemaker so we have a lot of chat fights and friends kept fighting about statistics over school beings what it was and and then it went onto this whole drama about being there being mean to me that bullying me. That was nice. People left the group chat and then and so he kind of I. It was hard to get everyone back on vo eventually. Did it and oversee conflict and again communications common common denominator. And let me give you a tip as you know. Daddy went and did a course at Harvard in Boston. And I feel very grateful of that and the one thing that I lent their about negotiation was is that the best negotiations is about keeping things at interest level People WanNA argue about their rights and their power and the best thing to do is always keep things at an interest level Poland. If you keep things at interest level then you'll find that conflict normally gets resolved or humane association situation. You always negotiate successfully. If you're able to keep the discussion at interest level tell me what do you want to do when you finish school. What's going through your mind now? And of course that might change between now and when you finish but what's country minded at the moment. I want to be an oddest slash anime somehow or a dent so Much chaining in the dancing. But I've seen doing it for at least two and a half years now and I am grateful that gets do it and Animated Idar. I just loved odds toes. Really Alito Sir. I just kind of taking it off. I guess it's important to have dreams of course and visions we talk about visions very important. Of course that might change between now when you finish and that's okay but making sure that you do have some sort of vision right now is very very important favorite subject at school least favorite subject at school French. Why because teach just creates this whole environment arment big deal about Oh a+ serenely otherwise they hate you and you don't deserve to be in my class isn't it funny that teaches shape Whether a student likes a subject or not we talk about that a lot that obviously a lot of the Times on students dot mica subject is because then like the teachers. So what can you do. Better to to navigate. You'll feelings towards the teacher because remember your journey's about you being the best you can be and you're not always going to lock your teachers. What can you do better to navigate that Nice? The time I kind kind of just ignore comments not throwing my teacher under the bus but she called me a really rude name just because I have hair over my face that was nice but I kind of just ignore your kind of sometimes hats US class in general but most of us just ignore her friends sometimes study out of class and just kind of communicate. Our we feel about her. Most parents have already kind of it. Contacted ads each but she's a high school teacher so I don't really blame her because all sticks there but yeah well. That's that's that's very good that you can articulate feelings on the rest of our remember. Daddy talks about being respectful and always stating you know you'll position and you'll feelings but doing it in a very respectful manner because you can always get get your point across but it needs to be done in a very respectful common considered not with anger emotion but always always encourage you to speak up and speak. Pick your truth and we do know that underdeveloped certainly likes to speak truth fishy when you lose your marbles at mom or dad. Isn't that right. Yeah favorite. Kobe jarring tell me what's your favorite sport. Dad's consider this what dancing otherwise is nothing. What do you love about dancing? Because you're you're very creative person you level the creative things. What is it about dancing that you love? It gets me some move festival which I think mom is is very happy about but it's kind of a way to express emotion in a way and it's kind of cool just two head of my dad's a level of musicality which means I kind of take the and I usually use my muscle memories that practices my muscle memory. And then it eventually comes naturally in Matt's when I'm walking out a strategy I completely completely forget that I'm actually doing it and yeah that's pretty Kirk. Tell me some advice that you would give someone younger than you. You're take your you've got a brother two years younger and you're an amazing system to him. Tell me I am does your opportunity to share some of your wisdom with younger people What would would you say to people if you were coaching? Someone younger than you can't keep going on your piece. Even if people criticize you I get that a lot of people say oh oh they look with or proportions are off and Oh it's not my style. Actually go that comment to couple weeks ago but just keep going knowing eventually someone and most people end up liking yacht. Or whatever you're doing if you just keep trying and practicing and putting in the effort with like old schoolwork and everything you want officer and more about from a personal point of view from a AH mindset what would you say to somebody younger than you from a mindset always keep a growth mindset. That's one thing Giving up is definitely one way to just completely wipeout yourself. self-sided definitely don't give up and always think that no matter how hard you try. Hi It's your best Mestizo you can give. That's awesome anchored spending absolute pleasure to have you on the show as usual thank you. I'm proud of you and love you dearly. And remember that life is a journey and it's measured in moments and Arcot white continue to spend amazing moments with you. Thank you my love until next time. You've been listening to filter Bella. This is flash cast by be the best you can be..

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Interview With A Special Boy, Arlee Di Bella.

FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

10:06 min | 1 year ago

Interview With A Special Boy, Arlee Di Bella.

"You're listening to fill Dibella and this is flash costs by PAYDAY bay today I've got a special little guest has been on the show before and he's my number one little man it's my little son Ali Dibella his nine years old Ali welcome to the show allied always great to have my children on the show and I I like to do these splash costs with children to lend a little bit of different sought because as I say it's a lobster all about family personal and professional said today we're GONNA do a Flash Koster and family and I'm going to ask some questions and they'll just be random questions that are not script it'll rehearsed and let's see what comes out of the the mind of a nine year old plays if you've got children feel free to share this or his parents to learn from because my my kids are often my best teachers I've learned so much from my nine year old son Ali in a lot from my eleven year old daughter Anika said today we've got early on the show Anna Stop by asking him a question here in Queenstown on holidays and we know that all kids love holidays Ali number one question what's the best things about holidays the best things about holidays is probably just being free knowing that you don't have to have anything on your back and probably get Matt Yeah Well You love your ipad and explain what do you mean by on your back because obviously you go to a great school being Cherchi and it's pretty full on so when he explain a little bit further what you mean by not having anything on your back and being free how does it actually feel like example if you don't have any homework the holidays and you really have to feel the weight of it like you don't have to feel the weight of it as in knowing that it's Jewison that you have to do it it went off to noon and it's going to be painful so obviously homework can be quite pressure and all the rest of it so you understand oversee why you get homework right tell me why what do you think teaches give you guys maybe it's because we need to learn in the real world as well not just in a classroom great answer tell me Ali what's something that stands out you just finish term three at school what stands that from the time what was something that really standing your mind in terms of schooling something that I'm looking forward to it hasn't happened yet is probably school camp but even fun things at school stewart requires something like after practice packing at tens back in in a sleeping bag into a bag like done just shove it in there so you learnt that this term they've been teaching you and ready for campus era yes tell me what was the hottest thing term that you did at school probably going from grade three to four because it's kind of a big leap going from the Loa of school to the more higher grades prep school you find that the workloads increasing and there's a lot more workload in the works getting a little bit hotter yes so how do you cope with this extrovert I guess Chai to worry about it just think about a positive ending positive ending what his mum talk about in terms of your mindset gene positive and never being negative because I can be negative negative what do you think you're negative sometimes maybe because I'm being a bit hard on myself and where do you think that comes from that probably comes from my experience from school about how ed one tiny little saw can come to negatively so what do you do when you feeling those negative thoughts what are you as a nine year old boy what do you do Kumba those sorts maybe just think of a again and positive ending to use the power of positive mindset to lead you in the Direction yes tell me at sort of school what are you doing what's your favorite sport and I love spending time with my family and that's Soka face what do you love about Soka maybe because many people who support football just think it's can pretending we heard but it's not like that it it's what you desire you might not like soccer that's right you can try this thoughts it's not forcing you to do things but what do you like about soccer I like about Soka how you get chance you get chances is that you that you train you can get better you can get really pedal and someday be is good is Cristiano Renaldo something that is is that what you aspire to be what do you want to do in terms of soccer we talk about being the best you can be what do you want to do with yourself maybe take it into the pro leagues I'm not so sure about Latte as facing reality but maybe well what you dream and where a win goes energy funds is what we talk about right yes now tell me about family we know that you love spending time with family yours very cuddly and always wanting to come to have great conversations and I have to say you one of the best conversationalist I've ever come across and I'm proud that you my little boy but tell me what he loves so much about spending with family maybe because today we did the escape room and that was family bonding so that's probably what it is family hang builder building a stronger relationship and when we're building a family strengthen family relationships how do you feel how does it make you feel I feel together not learn the opposite of one I you can say and what else tummy what what comes to mind so you know those feeling better today when we did the escape room which was fantastic something different at a company sign we did it as a family you know what came to mind what now reflecting today what what what are thoughts that come to your mind about it what did you love about it or what did you find hide anything what comes to mind about it got my dad and my sister and my family a great detectives because daddy gets things done he's he is time management on ACC is really good at solving things mom is really good at thing it together so everyone is not doesn't explode and I'm the person who carries things that's pretty cool but I have to I am very proud of you that's a very good analogy You know I let great things today are letting how important it is that we all communicate effectively That we made sure that everyone comes along for the journey and the ride and Geez we had an amazing time in the skype broom if anyone that has never tried it can I say get your families and go and try these room there's places all around Australia we did it here in Queenstown New Zealand we had an absolute bowl but Ali told me what's it like to be nine year old boy probably starting to Ni- nine and ten year olds can get a little bit down as in because a grade three to four is it's dots Jihad but when you free it feels like heaven like aw you can can do anything you can fly you can lift causes with your pinky anything and free meaning when you're on as you feel free yes so you know but without holidays you don't get the hardware without the hard work you don't get holidays right yes and what is Dead Essay the best you can be now listen my friend the world's GonNa throw really difficult things that you at times and we talk about the our what's the I would resilience and what is resilience main to you probably perseverance pushing eh trying your best and getting it done and what about when you four down what do you make sure you do get back up again that's me friend it's always about getting back up because you know what life's going to throw some crazy things at you like it has for me has up and being the best you can be might I'm going to hand over to you feel final words Tony wants something you'd like to share with the listeners navy if your parents pay it's you're always on your final something pay more attention to your kids because they might be struggling with something you don't know about maybe trying in family wanted is a good idea because kids you can know you'll parents can help you it's not it's not fully independent you've got to do some things independent but what you're struggling with parents feared that said job USO was new year's and blue. That's why I say that my kids have been my best teachers until next time you've been listening to fill Dibella and Ali Dibella and as I say be conveyed

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