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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

03:08 min | 1 d ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

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It had <Speech_Female> to come out. <Speech_Female> I would have moments <Speech_Female> where I was with my kids <Speech_Female> playing, and I'd be like, I <Speech_Music_Female> have to <Speech_Female> go, <SpeakerChange> I'm <Speech_Female> sorry. <Speech_Female> I was like, I have <Speech_Female> this chapter that's like, <Speech_Female> it's exploding at <Speech_Female> me. Like, I got to get <Speech_Female> it down, <Speech_Female> right? And then of course it needed <Speech_Female> crafting. But <Speech_Female> I feel so compelled <Speech_Female> by these ideas. They <Speech_Female> are too big for <Speech_Female> my body so they explode <Silence> out. And then <Speech_Female> I feel like something <Speech_Female> happens with people <Speech_Female> where something gets lit <Speech_Female> up <Speech_Female> inside them. <Speech_Female> I think it was always <Speech_Female> there. But there's something about <Speech_Female> the content that's just like the <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> spark, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and then something gets lit <Speech_Female> up in them. And <Speech_Female> it's too big for them to <Speech_Female> contain and they want to talk about it <Speech_Female> with a friend or they want to <Speech_Female> share an idea or they want to have <Speech_Female> a conversation. And <Speech_Female> that's the <Speech_Female> movement nature <Speech_Female> of this, <Speech_Female> right? <SpeakerChange> That <Speech_Female> we keep lighting <Speech_Female> up each <Speech_Female> other. And <Speech_Female> then those fires <Speech_Female> inside, they're like <Speech_Female> good, amazing <Speech_Female> fires and <Speech_Female> it's not even <Speech_Female> that we want to share them. It's <Speech_Female> like we have to. <Speech_Female> We have to. It's <Speech_Female> like it's the thing on our mind. <Speech_Female> We have to share it <Speech_Female> with a friend. We have to <Speech_Female> call someone. And <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I just want to thank <Speech_Female> you, Julie, <Speech_Female> on <SpeakerChange> every single <Speech_Female> person here. <Silence> <Speech_Female> For <Speech_Female> being <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> in this really <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> explosive <Silence> <Advertisement> movement, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> this movement <Speech_Female> of <SpeakerChange> empowerment <Silence> <Speech_Female> of taking up space <Speech_Female> of <Speech_Female> confidence <Speech_Female> of boundaries <Speech_Female> of empathy of <Speech_Female> strength through vulnerability <Speech_Female> of strength <Speech_Female> through our emotions <Speech_Female> and I feel like <Speech_Female> the fires just starting <Speech_Female> and I know <Speech_Female> the book <Speech_Female> is really going to be <Speech_Female> something that helps <Speech_Female> that fire that <Speech_Female> amazing. <Speech_Female> Cycle <Speech_Female> breaking, <Speech_Female> game changing fire, <Speech_Female> light, that much <Speech_Female> further. 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Thank you for <Speech_Female> being the first <Speech_Female> person who I <Speech_Female> feel like really, <Speech_Female> you know, <Speech_Female> changed <SpeakerChange> the dynamic <Speech_Female> of this podcast. I <Speech_Female> love working with you. <Speech_Female> I trust you, <Speech_Female> you're so thoughtful, <Speech_Female> and you've been <Speech_Female> such a critical part <Speech_Female> of this process. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> thank you. <SpeakerChange> Thank <Speech_Female> you, Becky. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> Thanks for listening <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> to good inside.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:01 min | 1 d ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"People <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Speech_Music_Female> with <Speech_Female> important jobs <Speech_Female> get the <Speech_Female> support, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> they <SpeakerChange> deserve. <Silence> <Advertisement> And <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> so everyone <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> listening, you're <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> a good parent. <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Who's investing <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> in yourself? <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> And I would <Speech_Female> add to that? <Speech_Female> I deserve <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> resources. That's not <Speech_Female> a luxury, <Speech_Female> that's not a <Speech_Female> sign that I'm doing <Speech_Female> something wrong. It's <Speech_Female> a sign that I value <Speech_Female> my job and it's a <Speech_Female> sign that I <SpeakerChange> value myself. <Speech_Female> I love that. <Speech_Female> And I love <Speech_Female> the validation that <Speech_Female> you just offered <SpeakerChange> so many <Speech_Female> parents. <Speech_Female> I'm so curious, <Speech_Female> obviously you've read a <Speech_Female> million books. You're <Speech_Female> a parent. As <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> you were reading <Speech_Female> the manuscript, as <Speech_Female> you were even going through <Speech_Female> my proposal <Speech_Female> in the early days. <Silence> Like, <Speech_Female> what <SpeakerChange> stood out <Speech_Female> for you? <Speech_Female> I think <Speech_Female> it actually, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I would back <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> it up even further <Speech_Female> from the proposal <Speech_Female> because it really <Speech_Female> started with <Speech_Female> your Instagram <Silence> <Speech_Female> and I think <Speech_Female> the story that a friend <Speech_Female> of mine was sort of my <Speech_Female> last <Speech_Female> my last drink date in <Speech_Female> the city before we <Speech_Female> moved an <Speech_Female> hour outside the city. I had to <Speech_Female> drink date with a friend and we <Speech_Female> were talking about <Silence> <Speech_Female> all the hard things <Speech_Female> happening in our lives <Speech_Female> and she said, <Speech_Female> do you have <Speech_Female> you heard of doctor Becky? <Speech_Female> Do you follow this Instagram account? <Speech_Female> And of course I was like, <Speech_Female> ugh, <Speech_Female> I don't <Speech_Female> need to follow Instagram for <Speech_Female> parenting advice. <Speech_Female> That's not, you know. <Speech_Female> Not my <Speech_Female> thing, but of <Speech_Female> course I checked it out later <Speech_Female> and truly <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> within 24 <Speech_Female> hours. It probably read <Speech_Female> every one of <Speech_Female> your posts, watched all of <Speech_Female> your reels. <Silence> Texted <Speech_Female> my friend to say thank <Speech_Female> you very much. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> a lot of people have <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> knowledge and can't communicate <Speech_Female> it. And <Speech_Female> you <Speech_Female> are just <Speech_Female> very gifted <Speech_Female> storyteller <Speech_Female> and communicator. <Speech_Female> And I <Speech_Female> knew that <Speech_Female> you needed to write a book. <Speech_Female> And I knew <SpeakerChange> to your point <Speech_Female> earlier that <Silence> this <Speech_Female> was a big <SpeakerChange> idea. <Speech_Female> This wasn't <Speech_Female> just <Speech_Female> a guide to <Speech_Female> behavior this wasn't <Speech_Female> just <Speech_Female> a practical <Speech_Female> resource, though it's that <Speech_Female> too. It was <Speech_Female> this sort <Speech_Female> of paradigm shift. <Speech_Female> It was this movement. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> re understanding <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> how we parent <Speech_Female> and how we understand <Speech_Female> ourselves as parents. <Silence> <Speech_Female> Thank you.

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

03:58 min | 1 d ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"So how do we reconcile these two things? When we want to be emotional anchors for our children, but we find ourselves so easily emotionally triggered by certain behaviors. Yes. And look, this is what I think is the essence of the good inside approach that I really, really think is completely differentiating from any other parenting approach out there. The idea of good inside that we're actually good inside is revolutionary. I also think it's a really big change to say, here's a parenting approach that actually cares and respects your needs as a person. As much as it cares about and respects your kids needs as a person. And kind of newsflash our needs as parents, me and you Julie as mothers are not just our caregiving needs. Caregiving is a part of us, right? It is not all of us. And if we think about those triggered moments, in addition to our own past playing out and there's ways we can work on that and I always think all of the reparenting we focus on. The point of reparenting is it to quote revisit your past, we need to repair it because our past is living in our present. When our past starts living out in our present, it's no longer our past. The time zones, the time frames have gotten all mixed up, and we've got to separate them. But the other reason we're triggered so often with our kids, so you know why we see ourselves act in ways that we promised ourselves. We wouldn't act in. It's not because we're bad parents. It's not because we don't care. It's definitely not because we can't change. Part of it is we're fried, that we're depleted, that we have poured out. All of ourselves. I was going to say so much of ourselves, but all of ourselves, that one more request one cry. One, no, I don't like that breakfast. One, can I have this thing? Our body just has no space. For any

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

04:23 min | 1 d ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"And when we see a feeling, which is kind of unquote seeable, but right when we see it, when we notice it when we name it, when we validate it, we're letting a kid know that they're real. And so in those jobs we're letting kids know essentially you're real and you're safe. And what's a kid's job? Like their actual job. It's so empowering to think about it that way is to feel and experience and express the entire range of their feelings and thoughts and urges. And why? Well, we want our kids. To really develop a lot of emotion regulation skills, the ability to manage the full range of emotions they have. And I think if we all zoom out, I don't know any adult who doesn't feel frustration, who doesn't feel jealousy, who doesn't feel anger, but I do. Have a lot of adults come to my practice and they don't say this, but it's always underlying their struggle is I really don't have regulation skills for an entire set of feelings. So when disappointment comes my way, when jealousy comes my way, when anger comes my way, I essentially react in the same way as two year olds do. I unravel. We can't help our kids build skills for feelings they don't feel. You have to experience a feeling over and over, to learn how to manage it. Like you gotta go through that tunnel. And so when our kids are tantruming, because we said, you know, no two TV show. They're actually doing their job. And if we can see in that example, I can describe an interplay of jobs, right? So what's my job boundary? So what would the boundary be? Oh, buddy, we're done with those two shows. TV time is over. You know, I guess I kind of cheated, I did all my jobs at once because you noticed the validation empathy. It's like, oh man, that's over. I might even say, oh, it's so hard to end TV. I don't even know if I have to say that 'cause it's kind of felt in my tone. And I might even say, I'm gonna grab the remote and turn it off, right? Now that's the boundary. I did my job, like just full stop, no matter what happens next, I did my job. I don't know anyone in any company who defines how well they did their job by how well some random colleague did their job. Like that's just their job. It's not your job. So now my kid starts crying. I come back to jobs. I set the boundary, I empathized and validated. Oh, interesting. My kids doing their job. No, I want to watch another TV show. There's a real back and forth. I might go back to my job. I know you want to watch a TV show. What is so hard to start watching TV and stop for me to, oh, I wonder if you could tell

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

05:43 min | 1 d ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"So thank you in advance. Okay, back to the episode. You know, on this note actually, there's an idea in the book that you know I love very much. And that is the idea that it's never too late. You know, regardless of how much time has passed, right? If it's the shoe struggle in the morning and it's now the afternoon that you have the opportunity as a parent to repair these ruptures and to change the effect of moments that you wish you could take back. Could you talk a little bit about that? So if everyone hears me, you know, in this moment, if you almost only take one thing from this whole episode, there is no parenting strategy that's as important as repair. None. In the underlying message to that is actually something very nuanced, okay? If there's nothing as important as repair. And if all of us should practice getting better at repair, well, in order to repair, you have to have messed up. So messing up is part of good parenting. Like, good parenting isn't getting it right all the time. When we repair, we teach that really important lesson. Our kids register everything that happens. I mean, we do as adults too. So when a moment feels bad, we yell at our kid, we say something we didn't want to say, which happens in my house to it still happens. It's not like, oh, that happened once. No, it happens. Just like what happens in your house? There's only one choice. The choice is our kid remains alone, with the scary set of feelings that happened in that moment of rupture with us. Or our kids. Have a moment to layer after, that not feel so good moment. And that new moment includes reconnection and safety and compassion and understanding and essentially telling your kid this wasn't your fault. Telling your kid, here I am. We actually add all the elements back into that experience that we're missing in the first place. And so now truly, the chapter to that story ends very differently. And I just think that's so hopeful. And so I find it so relieving. Like, oh, okay. So yeah. I am going to yell at my kids. I definitely want to work on doing that less, and I'm going to still do it. And when I do it,

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

05:35 min | 1 d ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Guess my kid really wanted pretzels and really struggled to stay away from the pantry, right? Like if my husband said to me, I'm cooking a nice meal, please don't eat chocolate right before dinner. And then later, I eat chocolate before dinner. I don't think anyone would say to me, Becky, it seems like you don't respect your husband. They'd be like, oh, it's hard to watch chocolate and just not have it, right? And we'd all kind of commiserate. And so I think the idea that there is inherent goodness that you have a good kid under their sometimes bad behavior, that we are good parents under our sometimes bad behavior, it actually is revolutionary and it leads us to have a completely different framework. And as I always say, when we have a different framework, now we can translate that into interventions that end up walking us down a path to their kids that's entirely different from the path we'd walk down from a more behavioral or controlling framework. Just to build on that, I think there's a real critical perceptual shift that happens when you start to think about your role as a parent as raising a human being with complex emotional needs versus sort of policing someone's behavior and shaping them that way. Yes, I mean a 100%. And you and I, Julie, we've talked about this. I think that we can get into such an either or mindset because I get it, like a parent hears this, and I think, oh, so it's okay, that my kid hits their sibling. It's just okay. Nope. Nope, it's still not okay. I would never say, well, your kid's good inside, so let them hit, no biggie. No, it is a big deal. But in a more reactive way, or when we're looking at from a critical way, we probably intervene, what is wrong with you? Go to your room, right? As if they intended to do that. Almost as if your kid wanted to do that, kids don't feel good when they hit. As awful as it feels to get hit, it feels just as awful and away and out of control to be a kid who's hitting it feels so bad versus a good inside perspective and as you know, I'm sure we'll get more into this. It's a lot of embodying our authority, first of all, which is very much not a hands off or quote weak approach. Some version of I won't let you hit. Okay, now I've stopped the behavior, but I remember my kids good inside my kids. Couldn't say, oh, I know you really wanted that toy and so hard to want something and I have it. Nope, I'm not gonna let you hit. I'm not gonna let you get near your brother because I have two kids and my job is to keep you both separate. And then when you're calm and everyone's calm, now we can still build. Maybe I practice something they could do instead of hitting, but all of those moments. Come. From seeing my kid is a good kid having a hard time, not a bad kid doing bad things. I'd love to pull back for just a minute and talk about your background and what informs your thinking about parenting. How does

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"Golfers Wanna Golf" Says Michael Collins

Fore The People

01:29 min | Last week

"Golfers Wanna Golf" Says Michael Collins

"The majors are insane to not want to have the best players playing it. I mean, maybe the world ranking thing will fizzle out if Liv doesn't get it, but can you imagine the mask? And I don't know what's going on all these people are rumored to go in Hideki matsuyama is supposedly going in team tricks on or whatever. Can you imagine them telling Hideki, you know, the basically the face of Asian golf that he can't play in the masters. I mean, give me a freaking break. What a disaster for them. If Becky went over, that would be 7 masters champions. Like, are you really gonna have a champion dinner at 7 dudes missing? Really? Like, who's gonna want to be in a sad dinner? It's like a sad birthday party. It's not even a sad dinner. It's one of those things where, like, you just be standing there being like, it's just not feel okay. And anything. But here's the thing about the masters. The masters is the only invitation of all the majors. Right? So you're going to tell these dudes like, is the U.S. open going to tell whoever they're going to tell Brooks and Dustin, yeah, you form a champions, but you can't, we're not even going to let you try and qualify. What? Then it's right. It's the U.S. closed. And now, now for all of those people that are like, this is going to be bad for the game. Yeah, but who made it that way? It ain't the players. It ain't the players. The players want to play. Every player. Golfers won a golf, man, that's it. That's what they want to do.

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Dan Bongino's Plea to Liberals: Do Not Move to Florida

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Dan Bongino's Plea to Liberals: Do Not Move to Florida

"If you are a liberal moon bat nutjob nutcase loser imbecile Please please hold on I'm a little old It's just gonna take a second Jim you guys vouch for me I am in fact getting on a knee here There is a folks at Fox nation You can see this I'm on a knee Becky Please God don't come down here Please I am begging you to not come down here Please whatever what do I need to do If I had enough of do I need to send you a check to stay where you are please do not come down here Listen it's a free country I can't force it I'm not a liberal tyrant I can't force you to stay where you are But because of what you guys have done destroying the country in your place is creating massive public security problems crime crises a border problem nationally because you refuse to enforce a border of fentanyl crisis and immigration crisis and inflation crisis a budget crisis a pension crisis is in the cities and the states you run Please do not come down here I am begging you from the great state of Florida I am sure I speak for 51.56% of the residents down here and probably Texas too likely more but I'm underselling it in the interest of being factually accurate Please don't come down here We don't want you I know this is hard to hear Set it on the podcast this morning and I'll say it again here We do not want you

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

03:17 min | Last month

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Doctor Becky. In this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. High

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Greg Abbott Orders Texas State Police to Return Migrants to Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | Last month

Greg Abbott Orders Texas State Police to Return Migrants to Border

"I love your show and never miss it. Thank you. I've heard you be critical of Texas for their PR stunt of busing illegals to Washington D.C. it seems that they are starting to listen. Texas is now authorizing its own state level law enforcement to immediately remove all illegal crossers and put them at the port of entry in Texas. Do you believe this is the right move? Or do you want them to do even more? Becky from Fredericksburg, Texas, first of all, I love Fredericksburg, Texas. It's great, and that is what is happening. Governor Greg Abbott empower state authorities to return migrants to border crossings, breaking in just the last day. Governor Greg Abbott on Thursday cleared state authorities to return migrants. They apprehended the border, setting up a potential clash of the federal government over the authority to enforce immigration law. Thank you. That's what we've been calling for on the show for quite some time. We're not taking credit for it. We've been one among several voices, but not enough, Tucker, Bannon and others. Immigration law enforcement is a federal responsibility to the Texas tribune rights. Abbott appears to be testing the limits of state authority by empowering state law enforcement National Guard troops under state deployment to bring migrants to port of entry, stopping short of using state resources to expel migrants from the country as immigration hawks have increasingly called for in recent months. I call for that, obviously, we should be sending the illegals the lawbreakers, the vigilantes, the line cutters, and the criminals, because those are all descriptions of the people that break illegally into the country and send them back to where they came from. Now look, I want to say something about, you know, some of the illegals that are here. You know, some people say, well, Charlie, a lot of the illegals are here and they just want a better life. And I've always found a difficulty with this argument because imagine knowing you're breaking the law and staying there. I don't have a soft spot for those people. Now, for some of the children, I might have a soft spot like the DACA kids, I don't support Amnesty by any means whatsoever I support removal, but I'm just talking about from a tonal perspective to there's people that say, well, Charlie, come on. These people want a better life. Yeah, a lot of people want a better life. But you're breaking the law every day that you are here.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

03:07 min | 2 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Becky. And this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three, on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. Hi.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Becky. And this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three, on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. Hello,.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"I'm doctor Becky. In this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three, on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. Hi destiny, I am.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

04:53 min | 4 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Doctor Becky. In this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three, on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. I.

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Charlie Gasparino: Elon Musk Is Really Good at Disrupting

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Charlie Gasparino: Elon Musk Is Really Good at Disrupting

"Charlie he said you know I saw a CNBC I was watching earlier Cheating a little bit and Becky quit I was going to say you want to get a cheating I know Just did someone slipped in a cut and said hey check this out Even Becky quick over there noticed what he said Elon in his letter to the board where he said quote I will reconsider my position Now that's obviously not an idle threat He knows that's going to go public He's got enough issues going on with the SEC He has leverage here Charlie It's not like he's some weak need little child I mean he has 9.2% of the company right now He liquidates his holdings I mean he suffers a little bit too It's kind of like the problem we have with China and their holdings of us right now But he's got leverage I mean he sells a lot of these executives are paid in options and warrants and all kinds of things They can do some real damage here Yeah and by the way he sells this My guess is that Tesla shares will go up Tesla shares the Tesla people don't like this I think he spread too thin anyway So I mean he might be on the back end if he sells these shares His Twitter stake Listen this is the 5th inning Anybody that says they know what he's doing They don't know him I don't know if he knows what he's doing other than being a disruptor And that's what he's really good at If you followed his career which I have I never met the guy before I haven't sat down and smoked the joint with him unlike Joe Rogan But I'm telling you that if you follow him what he's really good at is disrupting Now he made $200 billion disrupting the electric car vehicle market He's still disrupting And what's fascinating about him is you would think he's totally woke right Electric vehicle is wokeness He comes out and says listen electric vehicles are good for certain people and that not for the masses We can't stop drilling I mean this is Elon Musk That's why the left is so scared

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Doctor Becky. In this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. I.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Becky. In this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. This.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"And when I say we, I'm not just talking about my kids. I think I love magnetized just as much as they do. They are the OG brand of magnetic construction toys, facilitating open ended play and creativity while encouraging our kids to use flexible thinking and develop frustration tolerance. With magnetized the possibilities are endless. Kids can create so many different things. But my favorite part, there's no right or wrong way to use them. I think that's why they've outlasted every other toy in our playroom. Start building your collection at Magna tiles dot com and use code doctor Becky for 15% off any purchase. I know I'll be heading there right now to use that code myself. Hi, I'm doctor Becky. In this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. I.

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Changing snowfall makes it harder to fight fire with fire

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Changing snowfall makes it harder to fight fire with fire

"As the planet warms the western part of the country you're seeing shorter and drier winters the government's goal is to try to more than double controlled burns over ten years to control wildfires Forest Service ranger Brian banks in Colorado says conditions need to be right a very very specific balance not too wet not too dry and if we don't have enough snow it's too dry to burn but if we have too much then we have to wait for things to dry out a little bit increasingly erratic weather means snow always not always there when needed Colorado assistant state climatologist Becky Bollinger is prepared for what lies ahead we now in the west that we're going to see more large wildfires and and an increase in the wildfire season simply because it will be longer due to that lack of snow pack for parts of the Rockies this winter brought too much snow forcing officials to delay controlled burns which are crucial to the Biden ministrations ten year plan to reduce wildfire hazards I'm a Donahue

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"I'm doctor Becky. In this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. I couldn't be more excited for today's deep dive guest. My leak.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Becky and this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting into practical actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources. We have available to us in that moment so even as we struggle in even as we are having a hard time on the outside we remain good inside today. I speak with a couple. That i've gotten to.

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Kristen Bell and Jackie Tohn Discuss Their Amazon Prime Preschool Series Do, Re & Mi

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Kristen Bell and Jackie Tohn Discuss Their Amazon Prime Preschool Series Do, Re & Mi

"I'm so excited to talk about how this even relate to your show because one of the probably most popular videos on my instagram actually has to do with when our kids are in really tricky moments. How everyone's like. Well what do i say. What do i do. And they feel are tone and are kind of connection and even they feel song way before they process words that we have to get their body back to a place of feeling safe. So i i always end up making up songs with my own kids and that idea for parents have. Oh i don't need to get the script right but maybe even song can help me. Regulate itself is is so powerful knocking off out there. I mean that was the impetus for this show is knowing how important music is. It's the reason why we all know. What baby mozart is. Why they say oh. Put it on your belly. It in music changes. Your brain can put you in a different mood. It can grow the neuro plasticity of your brain like there are studies that tell us that kids get better at math than that. Their social skills when they're exposed to music music education the goal. Jackie had this idea with our friend. Michael they brought it over to my living room as a guinea pig. Tester for my kids. Like hey. They looked at my little girl. They were like you like these images. You respond to these songs. And i said what are you doing. They were like well. We're trying to develop a kids show because music. Education is being cut in all public schools right now and my kids go to public school and i was like i. I want them to get as much music education as possible. Because i wouldn't be here without a music. Education sincerely would not have become an actor. It's how i discovered acting. And i have such a profound respect for it and developing the show. It's jackie labels it a sneak. Teach which i love that term. It's an original animated series in. It's it's entertaining but it's also teaching your kids music theory and emotional lesson a musical genre. All in one and like some of my greatest mom moments are when like my kids are begging us. My phone and i need to succumb to that. But i've found a puzzle game where they have to spell and i handed to them with like a sly smile face knowing they're getting educated and the apps that go along with dorian me will be that because they will be able to make music and they will be growing their brains which is really

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Why States Are Sending Transgender Athletes to the Sidelines

ESPN Daily

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Why States Are Sending Transgender Athletes to the Sidelines

"Katie barnes can you tell me a little bit about becky pepper jackson. Becky is an eleven year old girl. Who loves to run with her family. Favorite sport cross country. And the reason why i love it so much is because my whole family have always done it most nights especially in the summer they go out and run a mile together in through the rolling hills of the west virginia countryside. You remember the first time you ever ran for a long time Running with my mom when she was on the stroller. When i was in the stroller now troy and becky's just like every other kid except she's transgender heading into sixth grades. The first time she'd be able to run cross country for her school. She really wanted to join the team. But west virginia passed a law. That would have made it impossible for her to do so. A bill moving through the west virginia house would place new restrictions on transgender student. Athletes kabila supporters believe transgender athletes. Have an unfair advantage over non transgender athletes and so her mom and becky sued in order to get the right for her to run cross country with her peers. This is all stemming from a transgender student here in harrison county that wanted to run on her middle school cross country team. The american civil liberties union filed a lawsuit on her behalf. Mbeki's the only young transgender person who is faced with this issue. It's a sippy is poised to ban transgender athletes from competing in women's sports in schools and universities florida. Girls are gonna play girls sports in boys. You're going to play voice sports. That's what we're doing at least twenty four states at least twenty five states at least twenty-six states have now introduced similar. Bill's over sixty bills targeting trans youth. Specifically

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The Importance of Pretend Play and Fantasy for Kids

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:23 min | 1 year ago

The Importance of Pretend Play and Fantasy for Kids

"Really kind of raising topic that i think is so important. Because you're talking about pretend play and fantasy and the role that pretend play has for kids exploring different identities different feelings different experiences and then you're also highlighting okay. I see that. But where's the line between pretend play and kind of a flat out lie. Is there a line at all. And what do i do so a couple big ideas that i think we can use as a foundation. The line between fantasy and reality is not as clear for kids as it is for adults. I think you. And i know there's no way you saw komodo dragon i think you and i know there's no way you could have even gotten to the store on your own. Forget even buying candy are reality kicks in so quickly as adults and there's somewhat of a benefit to this right. We're all very in touch with what's actually real in front of us. And i think actually if we all pause there's something we really lose by the time or adults which is the ability to kind of really wrapped up into a world of wonder and imagination. I think it would benefit you to just kind of look at your son with awe right in terms of. Wow you've really can get wrapped up in this whole other world. The other thing that's really important to remember about kids. Is that kids. Learn in play. This is their workspace for life. This is where they can figure out how brave they can be. This is where they can express different parts of themselves. This is where they can kind of push the limits kids who pushed the limits in play. Fantasy tend not to push the limits as often with a sibling or on the playground with the friend because they have a safer space. And so what i hear from you is a kid who's exploring so many things in the exact medium. We've kind of want a kid to explore in the safety and limitless -ness of play.

Vegas Raiders Cut Down Roster to Initial 53-Man Roster

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Vegas Raiders Cut Down Roster to Initial 53-Man Roster

"Get right to it sam. The raiders cut their roster down to fifty three. It's not etched in stone whatsoever. There's going to be a lot of moves. I think made over the next forty eight hours but any surprises regarding what What we saw today. How you doing great work today. Greg today becky over. A number of those moves broke several of those transactions. Great work as always. We appreciate it for me biggest surprise. I don't think there's a ton of surprises. You take a look at the roster in for the most part guys that we expect it to make the team guys that had prominent roles in training camp guys that we expect to have. Prominent role season are on the team The one surprise to me. And i guess it's not too much surprise when you contextualize training camp and how everything went through the preseason Brown three years removed from the one thousand yard season. You figure you know his speed. His veteran presence could play a factor there that receiving core. But it goes to show you that. The raiders have a lot of faith in henry rugs in bryan edwards to take a step forward in hunter renfro to continue to be a productive sought receiver and and felt it was. It was a mutually beneficial. John brown asked for his release. I expected to be a market for him with the raiders. Feel good about where they are at receiver. So that was the biggest surprise for people for the most part this roster looks how i expected it to look at this point of the season. What about you. What did you think. Yeah and As it relates to john brown zeta-jones also continues To to emerge as a guy that the raiders value as a reserve player maybe even as a spot starter. There's a lot of value in zeta-jones that goes obviously the numbers because he really hasn't put the numbers up but there's a chemistry that he has with dr carr. There's also an understanding now going into year. Three in this offense of what the raiders are doing so Not a bad option to have that deep down on under depth chart. It'll be interesting to see what some of these younger wide receivers Dita turner and dylan. Stoner who did get cut. Whether they're brought back in some capacity. Very lisa i would think both would be on the practice squad. And who knows maybe one could end up. On the on the regular season roster fifty three man roster

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"One of the things. I think for so many of us holding a boundary when our kids are upset especially when we're we know i'm kind of an empathic person i do really care about how you're feeling is really reminding ourselves kind of it goes back to boundaries but whose feelings are who's right like he's sad and that sadness is something i care about but it's not my sadness right. That's he's upset and he is in some ways learning to deal with feelings that come up when someone you love separates right and i'm sure one day when he's older he has some really meaningful relationship and that person moves across the country which would be a different form of separation. You'd say yeah. That would be pretty normal that he felt sad right and we want to teach our kids during these years. Of course you have these feelings. And i know for me when i get back to my room where i'm doing my meeting and i still hear my son crying. It's never easy. It's not the most pleasant part of my day by any means but being able to put my feet on the ground and just saying everyone did their job here okay. he's still crying. That's that's kind of. That's on him that's him. He's doing his job. I did my part. This is a job. Well done right. And i'm asked to in school. Sometimes you've job you do a job well done but still it might not feel great. You're like i kind of think. I made the right decision. But it's just it's still messy right like that happens with our kids alive. I think i made the right decision. It doesn't mean it's clean. And my kid pats me on the back and says oh you're the best ad in the world. Go take that meeting all right. That's not what our kids are usually now. My kids do for me right but again. I think that grounding in jobs kind of can also help us move on with our day and say okay. I'm not a bad parent because my kids crying. 'cause i often think also with those jobs my kid's feelings don't need to change boundaries but also my boundaries don't need to dictate my kid's feelings again. They're just two totally separate things.

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Holding Boundaries in Transitions With Outschool CEO Amir Nathoo

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Holding Boundaries in Transitions With Outschool CEO Amir Nathoo

"One of the things. I think for so many of us holding a boundary when our kids are upset especially when we're we know i'm kind of an empathic person i do really care about how you're feeling is really reminding ourselves kind of it goes back to boundaries but whose feelings are who's right like he's sad and that sadness is something i care about but it's not my sadness right. That's he's upset and he is in some ways learning to deal with feelings that come up when someone you love separates right and i'm sure one day when he's older he has some really meaningful relationship and that person moves across the country which would be a different form of separation. You'd say yeah. That would be pretty normal that he felt sad right and we want to teach our kids during these years. Of course you have these feelings. And i know for me when i get back to my room where i'm doing my meeting and i still hear my son crying. It's never easy. It's not the most pleasant part of my day by any means but being able to put my feet on the ground and just saying everyone did their job here okay. he's still crying. That's that's kind of. That's on him that's him. He's doing his job. I did my part. This is a job. Well done right. And i'm asked to in school. Sometimes you've job you do a job well done but still it might not feel great. You're like i kind of think. I made the right decision. But it's just it's still messy right like that happens with our kids alive. I think i made the right decision. It doesn't mean it's clean. And my kid pats me on the back and says oh you're the best ad in the world. Go take that meeting all right. That's not what our kids are usually now. My kids do for me right but again. I think that grounding in jobs kind of can also help us move on with our day and say okay. I'm not a bad parent because my kids crying. 'cause i often think also with those jobs my kid's feelings don't need to change boundaries but also my boundaries don't need to dictate my kid's feelings again. They're just two totally separate things.

A highlight from Introducing Crime Glasses: A True Crime Book Club Podcast

Crime Glasses

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

A highlight from Introducing Crime Glasses: A True Crime Book Club Podcast

"Reader. Crime glasses is your true crime book club podcast. Every month we'll be selecting a new true crime book to read using it as a guide to talk about the cases that shocked us. The underlying issues and the moments that had us closing the book desperate for a breather. And if reading is just not your thing, that's okay, I still welcome you to listen to the weekly episodes because I will give you all of the case details so you won't miss out. Also, I can't promise that you won't find yourself in a cozy nook devouring every page after. We will read everything from true crime classics like the Ted Bundy focus the stranger beside me by Ann rule to more recent favorites like we keep the dead close by Becky Cooper, which details the author search for the killer of Jane Brighton, a Harvard student who was murdered in her off campus

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Pakistan Urges for an 'Inclusive' Political Settlement With Taliban

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Pakistan Urges for an 'Inclusive' Political Settlement With Taliban

"Pakistan's urging a settlement ahead for Afghanistan Pakistan's foreign minister says an inclusive political settlement is the best way forward for peace and stability in Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover he says Pakistan fully supports efforts in that direction according to a foreign ministry statement the minister made the remarks during the phone call with his Russian counterpart the ministers expected to leave port was Becky stone on a visit during which he will also travel to other neighboring states including Iran to discuss Afghan developments I'm Charles the last month

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Staying Sturdy When Your Kid's out of Control

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Staying Sturdy When Your Kid's out of Control

"The first thing i want to say is you are not alone. When kids are dysregulates. Did they do all types of things they kick they scream. They say i hate you and they can say bad words. So i step i would say is to see what true is doing from the lens of the pain and total chaos inside his body right. I think a big idea that i always think about with tantrums. Is we act how we feel right. And so if his actions and his words seemed totally out of control that means he's feeling totally out of control so a couple things i would think about number one is drew really needs you to differentiate between his behavior and his feelings and we need to help him do this in the moment and we also need to build the language to help him do this outside of the moment. So let's start with in the moment you say to him. Oh sorry sweetie. Dessert time is over right. I know in my house. It's i've already given five cookies. And that's just the line right in the six. Cookie seems to set my child off. And that's where. I'm holding my boundary right at this point drew. Might he might get really upset. At this moment. You might say shut up. Shut up shut up right first of all for you. He's acting how he's feeling. Let me set a boundary but also see the struggle. He's having a boundary. Might sound like this. Wow those are big words right. is that a boundary. it actually is kind of labeling. What's happening in. Maybe i'd even add while those are big words. I won't let you use words like that in this family now. A lot of us get caught up. What do you mean. I won't let them use words. They already are. We're still setting a boundary to differentiate between the behavior. Which were kind of saying isn't okay. And now i'm gonna help you kind of find words to speak to what's going on inside of drew where i would say i won't let you use those words and oh it is so hard not to get the things we want. What am i doing. they're Showing my child that i can differentiate between how he's struggling and how that struggle comes out in the behavior in the moment. This is really all we do. And then we survive through

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UN Climate Change Report: It's Not Too Late to Control Global Warming

Short Wave

01:59 min | 1 year ago

UN Climate Change Report: It's Not Too Late to Control Global Warming

"Becky. The main thing. I took away from the big. Un climate report last week was that climate change is accelerating which is really scary. Because it makes it feel like we're running out of time to control the speed and severity of global warming. Yeah totally and we can put some terrifying numbers behind that scary feeling right so the earth is already almost two degrees. Fahrenheit hotter than it wasn't late eighteen hundreds The rate of warming since nineteen seventy is the fastest in two thousand years. The same goes for sea level rise. It's accelerated since the nineteen seventies ex but the science also makes it clear that it is not too late to control global warming. So we're living through a really exciting moment because everything that humans do now when it comes to climate change will have impacts for the rest of our lives. But why is that like. Why should this moment feel exciting. Instead of dreadful to be clear it can feel both ways like a good climate therapist. Okay go on yes. But here's the case for why it's exciting so the earth is on track for catastrophic warming right now so if humans don't cut greenhouse gases quickly we could see five six even seven feet of sea level rise on average by the end of the century but the flip side of that is that if humans do basically stop burning oil and gas and coal this decade next decade. Then that doesn't happen and yeah that's going to be really really hard. But under that scenario sea levels rise a lot more slowly and they max out at maybe a foot which is a huge difference. Right if we're thinking about kids who are in elementary school right now. In coastal cities all around the world. We'd be saving them from life changing sea level rise this same goes for other impacts from climate change. You know if adults alive today can manage to virtually stop burning fossil fuels in the next twenty years or so. Life looks a lot less polluted a lot less dangerous for kids. Who are alive today.

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Becky Hammon Hopes It Becomes Normal for Women to Get NBA Coaching Jobs

ESPN Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Becky Hammon Hopes It Becomes Normal for Women to Get NBA Coaching Jobs

"Becky Hammond today hire me on merit not to check a box. She said She can't wait for the time when it's normal for women to interview for a head coaching position in the N B. A and the gender is not the story. Then. Do you think that that will ever happen for Becky Hammond? Yes, I do, because she's that good. And you're not Pops top assistant right for the For this for this long of a stretch if you can't coach and Nancy Lieberman is a dear friend of mine I've known for years she's based in here in Dallas, Texas, where I live. Nancy Lieberman is just a remarkable basketball player in a basketball mind. And when you ask her about Becky Hammon man, she won't shut up. So Becky Hammond, I agree with her also gave on it should be on merit, and it will be on mayor when it comes to Becky Hammond. And, Yeah, I completely agree with her, and at some point, she's going to get a shot and it will be on merit. Not just because she's a

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Why Logic Doesn't Help When Intervening With Big Feelings

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Why Logic Doesn't Help When Intervening With Big Feelings

"So right now. We're going to say something like the following like thank you logic. Thank you linearly your useful in so many areas in my life an intervening with my kids when they're struggling. It's just not where you're gonna shine. It actually gets in our way. And here's why all of the struggles our kids have especially in these situations you're naming these are struggles of motion regulations. Something feels so unmanageable in their bodies that their bodies are almost on fire and when we feel that kind of out of control feeling guess what we act how we feel we act out of control the screaming the doubling down when it doesn't make any sense right the the kicking the nasty words. These are assign that our emotions overwhelmed. Our bodies and i really believe as animals we are. We feel before we think. And if our bodies can't regulate the big feelings we have we literally don't even have access to logic and rationality and it's actually the same thing is adults right. I know so many adults who we know better. I don't know how many of us know how to eat or we like no. We wake up exercise. We know he should turn off our phone at nine pm or shouldn't sleep with our phone in our room and yet i don't think that knowledge translates into action for most of us. What does control us in. Those moments is on regulated feelings. Right maybe it's a high. Just feel the need for privacy and quiet time. And that's why i'm scrolling on my phone. Actually the thought of working out brings up so many difficult feelings and in service of avoiding those feelings i avoid the working out even though the working out again the knowledge and the rationality isn't the thing that changes my behavior. The emotion regulation does. And i think joshua this came from. Especially when you're saying we want our kids to have these responses and you can see the logical path and get when we meet big emotions with logic it literally is pouring fuel on the fire right so we need to figure out how to meet your kids. Emotion regulation needs which ironically will allow them to access more logical and rational thoughts in their

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Getting Your Kid to Stop Doing an Annoying Behavior Like Spitting

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Getting Your Kid to Stop Doing an Annoying Behavior Like Spitting

"What about spitting is fun for a child to me. The most fun thing about spitting for a child is a child watching his parents. Get very upset now. This doesn't make your child coldhearted. It doesn't mean anything's wrong with him. In fact watching apparent get very upset and trying to stop you from doing something you are currently doing is actually something that makes a child feel very independent right because none of us ever know who we are as much as when we're doing something that we know someone else doesn't approve of it makes us feel like wow i really am i own person and our kids are trying to figure out. Essentially their separate identity now. This idea is going to be key in helping us. Kind of get your child out of spitting as a way of forming his separate identity. Because we want your child to figure out who he is. We just don't want him to do that. Through the act of spitting. We have to take away the part of this action. That's about this dynamic between the two of you. And the quickest way we can do that is actually turning the trying to shut down the behavior into you joining the behavior. I know that sounds odd. So i'll walk through exactly what this would look like. And why yes. I am recommending. You join your son in spitting as the best way to reduce the spitting. Here's why when you say to your son something like this. Hey you know what. I'm feeling this morning. I'm feeling like i've just all this energy in my mouth. And i wanna spit spit. Spit spit spit. I feel like you feel like that to. Let's go to the spitting room together now. Your son is going to look at you and think what is my mom talking about right. Play call and go with it when he looks confused. Yeah you know this bathroom. I've just decided is the spitting rem. I don't know if you know this about me. But sometimes i go in there and just spit spit spit. Just get it all out. I'm thinking we can do it together. And bring your son in there and then start spitting into the toilet so much more so much more. Don't you have any spitting you. I feel like you've spent new to. Why don't we do it together. Spit spit spit. And now instead of this activity being a source of tension between the two of you this is actually a moment of connection and silliness. Now what's going to happen over. Time to the spitting is it becomes less enticing and your son will figure out which we want him to figure out other ways to define his

Turns Out My Ex Didn’t Get Eaten by a Shark

Mega

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Turns Out My Ex Didn’t Get Eaten by a Shark

"Well per us. I'm joined by my co host. He's the youth pastor for our high school ministry called climax. Please welcome tom graham. Hey allie hey gray. How's it going with your climax kids ellie. I'm in a bit of a personal crisis right now. in fact i'm just clean of. I guess like i feel like i've seen it goes to something you look like. You've seen a ghost. You're pam what's wrong. Well halley i guess for those who've been listening for awhile you know that i've had to really serious relationships in the past year you've mentioned before i've head mingo kim tomato got eaten by a shar do's and and also Becky buca over. Good about bob and Halley it turns out that mango is still alive. What she survived the attack there was no attack halley. No shark new attack no. She thinks her own death. Apparently she faked her own death. Halley i know so i'm kind of freaking out. 'cause i'm finding this all out because you know i had to. Essentially she started contacting me at my old place right now. Actually crashing it. My jeep set about with. I'm not sure if i mentioned in my class. And so she started leaving all these crazy messages and my old place. Until i'm like well. I can't go back to my condor and so now i'm just like pretty much. Hold up at the duplex and i'm just gonna stay there now because apparently make a ease back and she's alive. She was just hiding out in mexico. And like a love nasa something. And then. what's crazy. Is that becky to buco game. And then she got a like jelly of everything like my kids. Say and so. She's like posting all this trash online. About how like. I don't respect god's house to you know basically get like advance my career which is insane. My crew is amazing. So i'm just dealing with this whole thing right now with. I've got these you know you know. These three people like vying for my attention. You know to people.

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