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"broder" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

Wealth Management Today

02:12 min | 3 months ago

"broder" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

"That coming together. Outside has always been to eliminate bifurcated user experience the civil sheriff fact and so we'll done for structured investments in oil answering your question craig before simon in advisor would have to go to one place for education to the extent that existent if they go to another place for analytics they'd have to go to another place to enter an order and good look. Good luck being able to track the actual product and how it's performing months. You bought it it. Just there was no standardization of data and therefore there was no consistency in analytics and services. That were run and so it. Simon did was really helped. Consolidate bad on one platform and under one umbrella and financial advisers of the and so our goal has always been to integrate into the financial advisors ecosystems. So that's why when we do roll out the platform one of our first Business is to really have conversations with senior leadership at our clients and inspire them to integrate with the platform. And that's so for example that's incorporating position level data from the clients when the financial advisor s list from their existing workstation right into simon they see their existing booker business with their structure investments attached to their clients and relationships in households. And it's seamless for them and so our goal is to make it as easy as possible from the financial advisor. Do business and really. Let's go to our clients going. Just be as deeply as possible into their existing ecosystem. Nfl was looking for because a lot of firms. We work with one of one of the common projects we help. Enterprise wealth management firms with is plot from consolidation. So there's already too many platforms out there. There's all returning tools. There's only tschumi interfaces. I mean we've been using the term swivel chair for for fifteen twenty years so it's been out there for a long time. It's not a new problem for advice from somebody here. You guys are are doing some work on on consulting that..

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"broder" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"broder" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"'cause i have a podcast called weight loss for foodies which is also an. It's everywhere that people go for podcasts. But you know spotify and apple and all those places but my group. Coaching program is called weight. Loss for foodies and there are people in it from all over the world. But i keep it a reasonable size so i really can get to know everyone and give them the attention they need and we have live coaching three times a month. And there's an online community and there's course material on teachable. So that's my main thing. I also have an e mail course on emotional eating and that free video master class that you mentioned called kicked the emotional eating habit for good where people can acquire skills to deal with emotional eating. And that's that's free And i've got a facebook. Group called ditch the diatribe where lots of people have been having success changing their relationship with food and eating and losing weight. And that's free so that's lots of fun that's awesome. I'll be sure to link all of that in the show notes so that listeners can find you and check out all the amazing things you have to offer a highly recommend the masterclass to anyone who is listening. I found out to be really just eye opening and it caused me to think a little bit differently about how i was using food in on an everyday basis so thinking of quarries and i was gonna say that they're on my website sherry broder dot com. There are a lot of free resources available for people who want to change their relationship with food and eating and i'm also on instagram and youtube wonderful. We'll definitely linkov that in the show notes and sherri. Thank you so much for coming on in for sharing your story with us today. Thanks so much for having me so much fun talking to you. I love sheri's mindful approach to food and weight loss eating. When you're hungry. Sounds like common sense but for so many of us it can really mean that we have to retrain ourselves and reevaluate our habits. I think that we've a lot of times turned off. Those hunger cues and we're really more focused on the emotional cues and for me personally. Emotional eating something that i have struggled with for a long time on and off but i know that i always feel my best. When i'm focused on how my food will actually make me feel and stopping him lightly full rather than cleaning the entire play nine. No again for some of us. That may be common sense but a lot of times. It can be very tempting especially when you're out in a restaurant you know indian. Food is definitely one of my weaknesses as well and just knowing when it's okay to stop and having more of that abundance mindset rather than operating from a place of fear and restriction sherry has so many helpful resources on her website. so i've included those in the show notes. She does have a really great master class. That i took that we spoke about on the episode. I highly encourage you to check out our podcast as well. Thank you so much for being a part of the wellness and wunderlist family and for tuning into this week's episode..

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"broder" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

02:28 min | 3 months ago

"broder" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"I think that's something we sometimes we don't know. Am i hungry. Am i do. I need water. Am i board. Do i need a break. How can we really tune in and figure out if it's a hunger cue verses i need something emotionally or just something else in my life. Yeah well people easily first of all in our culture we don't really think about hunger and eating we don't associate the to. I mean obviously people think i'm hungry. I need to eat something but so many people do so much more than that without you know they eat. Because there's free samples at trader joe's or there's not any more from But you know or because they're at a party or because somebody put candy in the candy bowl. There's so many reasons that people eat. Now that were. They don't even think about whether they're hungry and advertising psycho. You know get a pizza and just call this number. And we don't think about hunger and then on top of that. I it sometimes is hard. Especially if that's been your orientational to just not associate. Eating and hunger is distinguishing between physical hunger. And what. I call head hunger. Which is when your brain's telling you eat something and for a lot of people that's hard. It's hard to distinguish but it really is. Hunger is a physical sensation. And maybe you. And i may experience it differently or not but you really need to get to know it and it's sort of like you have to urinate. Nobody has to tell you just know. It's a feeling right and so you go to the bathroom. Well hunger the same way but people just some people haven't experienced a long time and so they got what it feels like. It makes a lotta sense. Because i think we use food in so many different ways and in this country many of ice have access to food at any time that we think we might want it and so i think a lot of times. It really isn't that question it's just well. It's the time of day that i eat. Yup or you know this thing is happening in my life. I want celebrate. Or i am sad and i need to enjoy the pint of ice cream. Or what have you know even past that point of the physical discomfort because because it fills a wade supposedly you know for something that we feel that we

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Overcoming Emotional Eating and Ditching Diets With Shari Broder

Wellness and Wanderlust

02:28 min | 3 months ago

Overcoming Emotional Eating and Ditching Diets With Shari Broder

"I think that's something we sometimes we don't know. Am i hungry. Am i do. I need water. Am i board. Do i need a break. How can we really tune in and figure out if it's a hunger cue verses i need something emotionally or just something else in my life. Yeah well people easily first of all in our culture we don't really think about hunger and eating we don't associate the to. I mean obviously people think i'm hungry. I need to eat something but so many people do so much more than that without you know they eat. Because there's free samples at trader joe's or there's not any more from But you know or because they're at a party or because somebody put candy in the candy bowl. There's so many reasons that people eat. Now that were. They don't even think about whether they're hungry and advertising psycho. You know get a pizza and just call this number. And we don't think about hunger and then on top of that. I it sometimes is hard. Especially if that's been your orientational to just not associate. Eating and hunger is distinguishing between physical hunger. And what. I call head hunger. Which is when your brain's telling you eat something and for a lot of people that's hard. It's hard to distinguish but it really is. Hunger is a physical sensation. And maybe you. And i may experience it differently or not but you really need to get to know it and it's sort of like you have to urinate. Nobody has to tell you just know. It's a feeling right and so you go to the bathroom. Well hunger the same way but people just some people haven't experienced a long time and so they got what it feels like. It makes a lotta sense. Because i think we use food in so many different ways and in this country many of ice have access to food at any time that we think we might want it and so i think a lot of times. It really isn't that question it's just well. It's the time of day that i eat. Yup or you know this thing is happening in my life. I want celebrate. Or i am sad and i need to enjoy the pint of ice cream. Or what have you know even past that point of the physical discomfort because because it fills a wade supposedly you know for something that we feel that we

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"broder" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"broder" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"Like you and me navigate the world of wellness and live healthier lives. There are so many podcasts. Out there so i truly want to thank you for listening to mine. I really wanna create a safe space for us to talk about all areas of wellness and to do that from a really approachable and easy to implement perspective. Because i think so. Often wellness can seem really intimidating. And we're really not sure where to begin so again. Thank you for being here. And i hope you will join me in the weeks to come this week. We're going to be chatting with sherry broder. Who is a mind body week coach and host of the podcast weight loss for foodies. If that name sounds familiar it's probably because you've heard me talk about her show. Before over the past few months sherry podcast is incredible and it teaches women how to dump the diet mindset which i know that so many of us have fallen into and develop a peaceful relationship with food. You know that. I'm that concept of approaching wellness from a place of love so i was thrilled to talk to sherry for this week's episode until earn her story in her tips. In this episode sherry shares her strategy for losing weight and a healthy way without giving up the food. You love. we talk about diets. Don't work in the long run. How to differentiate between body hunger and hunger. And i don't know about you. But i have fallen into this trap. So many times how to overcome emotional eating habits and how we can navigate a post pandemic social life without falling back into unhealthy patterns. I know that you're gonna love sheri's positive approach to wellness so without further ado. Let's dive into the show. Hi sherry joining us at wellness and wanderlust today. Oh i'm so happy to be. There can't wait to talk about all the stuff me neither. I am such a fan of your podcast. And i would love for you. Tell our listeners. A little bit about yourself and gore wellness journey in kind of what led you here. Yeah well. I'm one of those people who was raised a family that had a huge emphasis on food..

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Welcome to the Wellness and Wanderlust Podcast

Wellness and Wanderlust

00:07 sec | 3 months ago

Welcome to the Wellness and Wanderlust Podcast

"Welcome to the wellness and wanderlust podcast. We're here to demystify wellness and help you out a little adventure to your life

"broder" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:32 min | 11 months ago

"broder" Discussed on KCRW

"Month. Zhao adapted the story from Jessica Broder's non fiction book about American seeking new, Lively hoods. After the great recession of 2007, the film stars Frances McDormand and Variety says Joe was a contender for best director, which would make her the first Asian woman to be nominated in that category in Oscar's history. The speculative fiction genre has historically been dominated by white men. But my next guest has played a huge role in changing that. NK Jemison became the first black author to win the Hugo Award for best novel, then the first person period to win that award three years in a row for her Broken Earth trilogy. It's sort of like winning best director at the Oscars for three years in a row. She's also contributed to the New York Times Book Review and Time magazine and was just named a 2020. MacArthur fellow, commonly known as the Genius Award. Welcome to the show. Thank you for inviting me. So I'm an unabashed fan girl. So I'm not even gonna try not to pretend. But you wrote in Time magazine about fantasy as quote away to train for reality. And what do you mean by that? You know, a lot of people think of fantasy as escapism from the real world, but I think of it more is And this is a truism of science fiction, too, that it's not really about the past or it's not really about the future. It's actually about the world we're living in right now. You know, I think kind of most famously toking who You know, went after war came home, saw many of his friends die in the war and so on, you know, kind of wrestled with the resurrection of a better world from the ruins of the world that he saw, you know, And of course, you see that all throughout the Lord of the rings. And so, really, it's just about you know, how are you wrestling with the real world problems that you're coping with in the moment and what do your alternative solutions for them in order to see the world become better? I want to get to your broken Earth trilogy. But first I just finished listening to the audio book of your novel The city we became, which is about New York, and it's fantasy, and it's brawling like the city, but it also has boundaries like the city. And a ton of personality. So tell us about that book and why you wrote it. I had intended it to be kind of a break after the broken Earth was kind of an emotional Drain and labour of love. But you know very much a labor, so I wanted to write something fun and maybe a little bit silly. New York is going through some changes, so I wanted to honestly address that I also wanted to engage with. I've done several short stories that were basically like city magic based set in like New Orleans or Birmingham. About how kind of uniquely magical it is to live in a place with so much human energy collected into one place, and I just wanted to explore that a little further. Now let me turn to your broken Earth trilogy. What made you start it and tell us about it. Honestly, When I started writing the broken earth books, I was just trying to express something. I was feeling wrestling with the literary idea of Is it possible to create A fantasy story set in a world that is not based on another culture. And then the other part of it was I wanted Really? Just to tell a story based on a dream that I had had Ah, better woman who in the dream was walking towards me with a furious look on her face and a mountain floating behind her. So I was trying to explain that dream and as I was working, it turned into other things. It turned into me kind of wrestling with the imminence of my mother's death and my own feelings about black family and motherhood and Part way through the first book. Ferguson kicked off So I started. You know, kind of processing that in the idea of a world that hates people so much that it will just constantly do everything possible to keep them down and destroy them in and denigrate them and everything else. Even to its own detriment. You know, some people describe one genre that this is a part of is the dying earth genre, the dying planet genre. It has a whole lot of climate crisis woven into it, though not in a kind of On the nose. Direct way. How did that affect what you wrote? I wasn't really as much interested in the environmental aspect of things. Um and you know, I've heard people describe the broken earth books is an environmental parable or or some kind of examination of climate change. But you know, that wasn't my goal. You know my interest was Maurin coping with how well the human driven aspects of climate change human beings like I said, destroying themselves, destroying their own world just so that they can maintain Priority over other groups of people, even literally, to their own detriment, even to the point of destroying the world. Your rise as an author has also, I don't know if coincide, It is the right word. But there's been this whole tapestry of kind of this all right esque contingent of science fiction fantasy Fan's staging. You know, block voting to try to block People of color from winning. What do you make of they say that That's not the goal. Oh, tell me more. They insist that somehow people of color and women and all these marginalized groups were the ones who somehow gamed the system and created some kind of weird, conspiratorial thing to take over the award. So they were just retaliating. They were just doing unto us what we had apparently done under them. You know, I'm always remain. Find it of that, saying that when you're used to privilege equality feels like oppression, you know, for a couple of years there the group of all writers in the science fiction community because, Yeah, you're pointing out that there's a tapestry.

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"broder" Discussed on American Innovations

American Innovations

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"broder" Discussed on American Innovations

"Wellcome gets wind of this, they have their chemists make the placebos as bitter as the but then some trial patients begin taking their pills to labs to have them analyzed but the trial is having much more serious problems. At the National Cancer Institute Sam Broder's phone has been ringing off the hook with updates at twelve doctors supervising azt trials around the country. This is broder. They almost never call with good news. We lost another one SAM PCP just like the last one. Sorry to hear that until the Safety Board right away. Some of the patients on. Aren't doing so great either. How can you tell their on Z. T.? Well, you listed anemia among possible side effects and of my patients are severely anemic to of already had transfusions and another three or slated to receive this week. Rotor takes off his glasses and rubs the bridge of his nose. Out of two hundred and eighty-one patients in the trial for are now dead another fifty or anemic and losing bone marrow not.

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"broder" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"broder" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Josh Broder. And I loved his answer for his irrational fear, he said. It goes back to when I was five, and his irrational fear is flying Monkeys on Guy said. What do you do to stave it off? He said. Well, it's too late for me. But if you know no child, do not let them watch Wizard of Oz and now, please welcome on stage. Josh Broder. It's the late 19 eighties. I'm in my early thirties, and I'm a lead actor in a hot downtown New York Theatre company in those ice cold rehearsal halls and those dank basement theatres. I am all powerful. I trust my instincts. I make big choices. I surprised the hell out of my audience. Coming to our shows is like coming to a wild party and to some extent I am the party. You know what Downtown theatre is a very small world. A corporate friend of mine once told me that he liked to impress first dates by bringing them to our shows Because you guys are so funny. You're so smart and no one's ever heard of you. Now, when you claim to fame is no one's ever heard of you. There are financial implications in a good week. My company can pay me $125, and even a quarter century ago in New York City that's abject poverty and abject poverty is wearing thin. Two o'clock in the morning and a 15 hour tech rehearsal day. The thought that I could get into a cab a taxi for the short ride over the Brooklyn Bridge to my house. That's $10. It's not in the equation. It's down into the subway and hope for the best, which sucks now I don't want to give up the fun. I don't want to give up the party, but I need some money. And that mean means film or television. I'm not looking to be a star. I just want to be able to take it Taxi every once in a while. And you know it's not just money in terms of a paycheck. Experimental theater. It exists outside the laws of supply and demand. There's on ly supply. There's no demand.

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Talking Politics From the Island Colony of Puerto Rico

Latino Rebels Radio

04:12 min | 1 year ago

Talking Politics From the Island Colony of Puerto Rico

"Are the biggest word of the biggest shit? Show political stories that have happened in the last week because I can't take it anymore, so this has been. The most! Difficult. For your terming in our lives, I'm sure we've. We've gone from triumph to tragedy. Afrim scandal those canned also right now it seems. Every week we have a meal either. Investigation, or or sweetheart, deal or stupid mistake that the completely unexplainable, except for massive massive incompetence, and the though this we're talking about State route. On statement who was visited by agents early morning Wednesday. Apparently. She's she's She's got underway I like we don't hear. She's basically it seems she gives out contracts to employees onto. Thinks a card i. mean that's what the MOGO practicing. And the thing is that. It's kind of business as usual. No Right Jonathan Subtlety Impo. That happens all the time. This is what why are we surprised? It's touch our ED right. She is a controversial. Controversial how do we say? How would you describe that traveled near Jonathan while you talk about this? It's like this is suburban severed the. Laser island that it seems on the couple months. She says being liked be within his herself. to some issues, but as she kind of we bought the mice skier, actually the the more Broder's, if bosses that they hey care because of the excuse evangelical. She's anti gay show. She's like she quotes God right she she has. And then what I love about it. GWEN! where she she then tweeted out like all these curse words. Like. How Serious Jonathan? How serious is what are? What are people saying about the FBI? Bud. She slept our house in the in the. so the s that is seems that they are behind some things that they think are related to the mayor of combine your that is a small, little city across the bay in San Juan are. That is a superstar rising star on on the BNB but for some reason these investigation on the other of the information that is out. From there Friday is he's that from some recent. His spouse the floors. First Lady First. Lady I liked this. This is so this, is so he? Can Politics continue ask? For some reason west. Giving a concert I'm unemployed position on agency bus. Down for on the stockade with. In it so. We don't really know why. We were paying like eight thousand dollars right monthly for these person to give service on other Ranjha government, because these that is it the same thing The counter was given out on a on AMC that public operation, but for some reason they vendor rule and she went on to the legislators. Murray very I don't know that. Happens all the time so pass. This is the part where I wanNA. Know. Like poly. Bureaucracy. God level like. It's a game. It's game of your own like it's been going on

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With Chicago identified as possible COVID-19 hotspot, students are trying to make sense of school closures

Freakonomics Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

With Chicago identified as possible COVID-19 hotspot, students are trying to make sense of school closures

"The Chicago area has been identified as a potential new coronavirus hot spot governor JB Pritzker took time out Saturday to answer questions from children and teens as NPR's Joanna Broder reports for scores audience was a welcome change Pritzker told the Facebook live audience that he knows the lives of children and teens have been turned upside down and their questions are really important to him many students wanted to know when they will go back to school only schools are closed until April thirtieth nineteen states have extended their school closures through the end of the school year and it is unclear if Pritzker will too I will not reopen the schools until I feel confident that you going back to school is a healthy thing for you to do but but I'm hopeful students also asked about summer in terms of pools and camps Pritzker said he would look at all the ways to open things up as much as possible but there will be rules in place to keep people

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"broder" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"broder" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Outside the locker rooms that set up by the Indian people they said that's enough we don't want to hear anymore and so they banned on many showed up anyway isn't it it's sad because this is the guy who did have talent who had the ability to be a good fighter but he's never beaten another good fire let's let's be honest you know he's never Marshall the talent that he sat he's won championships but he's beaten B. level guys to do that he has never banned the fire that he could have banned the athlete because the band and you know he may be satisfied with what is proof that it could've been a lot more than it is and that's the problem right there all my goodness Kevin I only thank you so much for your time enjoy tonight I know it's crazy out where you are right now it's kinda give it for you to give us some of your time we appreciate it thank you got a my friend thanks Rashmi talk too soon Adrien Broder Hey wasn't even on the undercard it's arrested I mean really and truly I mean this a lot of the stories about boxers are are sad summer flat out tragic summer comical they are they are out there warriors they're in the ring there by themselves are kind of like gladiators so their their individual athletes and invariably what your individual athlete whether it's boxing or tennis or golf or whatever it may be there's a better chance for you to become either a tragic or heroic figure than in other sports it's all on the line and so that's why you have those kinds of stories in in boxing but my goodness Adrien Broner what does it just go back where it would it would just go back six years and see what was right there for him because I had it all he coulda been a contender and he's he's just these unfortunately turned into a caricature of himself but anyway tonight is Wilder and fury and all that are consumed by pugilists him are completely a **** coming up on twelve fifty news radio seven hundred WLW.

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"broder" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"broder" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Options at CS, global dot EDU. You either retired or not retired for may was the biggest name and the sport of boxing. He can't go nowhere without people notice him. Yes, sir. I'm just saying we're gonna be saying that this fighter is that rapper than we all know kief his drink. He he a new new young young guy in the game. He's just he's he's the new young guy who took over right? After hope was Drake. Over listen. He definitely took over. But I don't know how long he's going to have that chokehold on the game. I really don't another Ricky Martin him count. Okay. So Sean port is fine. Yoga's Aerosmith now, many pack yo many people also felt had a flat performance, even though against ager broder, they did more and let me let me. The fact is at this point, Keith Thurmond's, probably safest fight would probably be many packet, which would be kind of inbetween more like a tune-up at step up tuneup. That can prep them better for the Aeros, Spence and other FIS. Now granted he also feels that this is also the biggest money opportunity, which could also put him in the biggest ace. I'd get a more step up in competition. Become the ace. I get a household name underneath his belt. Get the couch was behind him. And at that point. He will be more in control. This is more of a business move and getting more into this fighting grew in preparation for what would be a big showed on unification. No, I think they can convince back out take this fight because if he beats Thurman it's a clear cut opportunity at Floyd like the writers are writing saying. Oh, wow. The Manny of old is back. He beat the young undefeated, you know, kief Thurman. That's a different story. So yes. So now it puts the pressure on Foy like does Floyd still have what it takes can. He would he be able to come back and be Earl the way that nanny came back and beat Thurman. You know, ninety if you're Manny apple last night, man, you you you try to keep them as soon as possible you'd be you put the pressure on. Yeah. That's a great point. If you many is that the best available thing not name. No think Floyd for him is still the top thing because of the money not name. I mean it Mike Garcia win the year, but Mike Garcia losers. I don't think you put Mike Garcia back in a tough fight that that quick. All right. But if you're pack you out, you got Senate duties, you heard my interview with Tim Smith. They're not rushing back down only fights in November. Do you really want Thurman arrested man, I think their main is better Vail better for him than five dispense or Crawford? Or somebody's other guys..

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"broder" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"broder" Discussed on Forever35

"I can't really unearth in waking life like even right now, if I would have a panic attack, like my therapist is always like, well, you know, you can leave any situation and I'm like, not really just got up and left right now. That would be kind of weird. We would understand us to panic print. Well, you're not as much story, a panic attack person or you know, but I would. I would empathize, I would. I would totally get it, but I know what you mean. You just stifle the certain Trump, but you stifle the thing that's happening and you just try to barrel through. Exactly. It's like, I still don't give even. After like these years and coming out as you know, because it was anonymous for three years, and then I like to do the book I, I was like, I asked the publisher of I do at non-asean. They said, I couldn't, yes. And so. And so even after all that, like I'm still like, what if I had a panic attack, they'll think I'm a free. So I've gotten very, you probably will never know if I'm having one. Have you come to a place where you can manage your anxiety and panic attacks? I mean, I don't know if you can never really manage it, but you're able to like, carry it with you and you know when it's happening or does it still. I'm someone who deals with inciting innings attacks. I always like reveals itself in new way when I think I have it figured out. I'm like, fuck now you look like this, do you? Do you have like kind of tricks coping mechanisms for dealing with it? Definitely. I mean, I think you know, everyday requires a little bit different of a recipe, and I think the tools that I that are like my strongest are the proper medication therapy. One thing that has really changed the game for me as I've had a meditation practice for years and been panicking through it all the way, but it was a ten minute meditation practice. It's something I've done. I'm sober. That's another thing that has been while one might think sobriety. It's like I don't have anything to like, treat this. It's actually been. I wouldn't have shot with like any mental health issues if I wasn't so Bor. So I've been sober for thirteen years, and I've been meditating for almost. That amount of time. But I, my meditation was usually just like ten minutes. The Melissa broder style, which was like a sort of hybrid of like YouTube and all this stuff. And then I heard you mentioned that you're doing grad practice now. So I've been on a gratitude list with some my sober friends from New York for years, and they would always talk about this kind of meditation and they were paying for it. And I was like, fuck. They're like expensive meditation. Like, do they think my shitty meditation, Methodist rap. And then in August I started doing I was like, maybe I'll invest a message education. So I started doing that method. I don't. It's TM transcendental meditation. I don't think it's any better or worse than any other modality. But it has me meditating for like twenty minutes in the morning twenty at night. They, I feel like I'm always meditating now. Like I'm like, I can't believe it's time to meditate again. You're sticking to it though. I am because when you invest the money, then you're like better. How for mama gotta. Mama, gotta ascend. Do you feel like it serves you? So I feel will first of all, it's inter- I haven't been able to drink caffeine for years because that was always a panic trigger. And when I first realized that in..

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"broder" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"broder" Discussed on Forever35

"Has a podcast, a new podcast called eating alone in my car, which is exactly what it sounds like, which is when I listen to it as like, oh yes, I'm so glad. This is just what the title says it is yet. There's no Fru Fru I don't have. I am the producer I am the engineer. I, it's me and my phone and a bunch of free apps, and I believe, let's see. Yeah, I just recorded. I just did torito's, but that'll be a weeks. And your studio is your car with my car and the seven eleven parking lot, which as I've said, you know, is a safe space for me. Seven eleven is. Yeah, the best. My husband goes there once a day to get really anything, maybe a smart. Water may be a monster energy drink. Maybe a protein cookie do go via ram. A free icy day phrase. I don't like seven eleven. I think it smells weird. Wow, Dory. And just I mean, look, I have to. I have to live my truth. My truth is that I think seven eleven where Lincoln that the fact that Melissa loves it, and then my husband loves it and my kids love it and your kids love love going to seven. Eleven Melissa. Hi. Hi, thank you for being here. Of course, I wanted to just kind of jump in because one thing that made me chuckle when we started emailing was like, you might not have read my Twitter account and I was like, oh, no, Twitter accounts, like therapy for me. And I think obviously it resonates with so many people, and I wonder read a couple. So sad today, tweets, because I think you really speak truth for a lot of people about depression, mental illness, addiction to hear some that I liked this one. Sometimes I remember exist and I'm just like, oh, fuck. Here's another one that today I read knows like just felt a flick. Self esteem and was like, what the fuck is this. So you right? Like every tweet on your account is hilarious, and it's also very. What's the word? I'm looking for relatable, dark, darkly, relatable darkly, relatable. Can you talk a little bit just about how are you when you do this? Are you doing a character? Is it all you like pure, your own experience and experiences? And then what is it felt like to be that vulnerable and such a huge space while when I started the account, it was anonymous. I had my own personal Melissa broder account, which I curated the can curse on here shit out of and so, but I was going through a really dark cycle of panic attacks end. And they wouldn't abate and all the things done in the past to alleviate them. Like therapy, increasing my meds, nothing was working and I was working in office job in New York. I was a book publicist at the time, and I as a perfectionist, I was like afraid to take time off until I would just sit there kind of like shaking my office and one day. I just like. Made this account called so sad to danjus started like tweeting into the void for relief. I followed like too weird Twitter's, and then it just started blowing up. So of course, the count that I had curated in like one at followers from my personal life, but people were like, what have you know like they? But this other one where I just kind of like, I kind of like I describe it as like I put on this mask of anonymity, and then I was able to take off all the other math. You know what I'm saying? Did it help alleviate the panic attacks you're having? Well, it did because like as started gaining popularity. I mean, dopamine while while the dopamine is don't mean give give him the dope dopamine taketh away. You know what I'm saying like, but in the moment, I mean, you definitely get an instantaneous rush, and it sort of. It's a way to sort of like break break up the abyss. You know, with like little hits of meaninglessness that feel meaningful and in that way it was helpful. And also it was really cool. You asked if it's a persona and like the way I describe it as like it's not a persona, but it's a, it's a part of myself that I feel like I haven't really..

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WSB, Torres Fleetwood and Atlanta discussed on Clark Howard

Clark Howard

01:07 min | 3 years ago

WSB, Torres Fleetwood and Atlanta discussed on Clark Howard

"Center WSB's top story this half hour Atlanta police have charged a second suspect in the murder of Christian broder. The thirty, four year old fatally shot outside of Brookhaven country club last month Torres Fleetwood is believed to be the getaway driver in that shooting sergeant John Chafee with Atlanta police tells WSB. The nineteen year old Fleetwood already. Has ten arrests on his record that's a concerning amount of arrests and then. It's also concerning and frustrating that, he was out on the street Atlanta police. Arrested seventeen year old Jaden Myrick roughly. A week after the shooting both teens are charged with broder's murderer a former Georgia state trooper was responsible. For. The death of, two, teens in a crash in. Carroll county tonight WSB has learned Anthony Scott is facing. Legal trouble again after making alleged threats to upholding county. Business owner results are coming in for the Tennessee, primary race tonight many local. Congressional races, are on the. Ballot there but also a governor's race so So she did press calling the GOP primary with businessman Bill Lee winning the Republican nomination for Tennessee's governor. The. Atlanta Braves are, in, New York tonight that game. Wrapping up a few moments ago braids win four.

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"broder" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"broder" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Very sweet and thoughtful note and he was the embarrassed one after all was said and done thank goodness for awesome teachers that can turn awful moments into teaching opportunities there's a part of me inside that i don't want anyone to know about because it's weird and gross and lame and people will hate me so hard to be on the planet doom people please read silent invisible stuck in the group all the position the suicidal ita shen embarrassed shine if i don't get help and get what i need to get you know i did some horrible horrible things i'm not going to be here much longer god i wish i could go back and undo them but i can't just nightmares which shoot in our sides my father was a notorious pimp in boston i can't do this anymore it was kind of like scott face chain so many life just by listening to former ability comes it felt like i've been holding a sword shield and dropped and to this day i never had a better actually i started crying and a job that of you say like a lose hard la's and i i didn't get that job i'm here with milissa broder who was on our podcast our podcast guests there's a team of us you were on the podcast about two years ago two years ago and you had a book out called so sad today which is the twitter handle most of you probably know her from and just read your new book the pisces so funny your melissa's other book was really kind of essays.

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"broder" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"broder" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Welcome to episode three eighty one with my return gasping melissa broder paul gilmartin this is the mental illness happy hour a place for honesty about all the battles in our heads from medically diagnosed conditions past traumas and the sexual dysfunction to everyday compulsive negative thinking the show's not meant to be a substitute for professional mental counseling i am a bona fide jackass and maybe you are too maybe you'll listen in and you'll go wow there are other jackasses in the world maybe life is worth living or you're listening you go thank god i'm not as fucked up as that guy i feel suddenly awesome the website for our show is mental pod dot com metal pot is also twitter instagram you can you can follow me at europe brace yourselves i'm coming ashore no i don't know who that character is but i picture him in a sailor suit twirling his hair july twelfth through roughly the end of july i'm going to be bouncing around europe recording nonamericans but the focus of the trip is going to be ireland and one of the places i want to go a specially is sexually not technically ireland northern ireland which is part of great britain blah blah blah but i want to go there and i want i'd not really sure where to begin i have a couple of people i'm reaching out to that i want to interview but i i've always been fascinated with northern ireland since the seventies i went to grade school that was primarily irish catholic and we were always a hearing news about what was going on with the hunger strikes and i remember there was a kid in our class that just came briefly from i don't remember if he came from northern ireland or ireland but he is name was brendan kelly and he came for like two years and i remember he said that he had like eleven brothers and sisters and they slept three of them in a single.

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"broder" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"broder" Discussed on The Corner

"Cordless pleading with it tobin on can you do it like he got a new trainer but it did nothing because broder fought the same damn fight because over it wasn't early enough yet gave away damn near six rounds it was like five to one the lead to go on the counts and once again i made this very clear from the beginning i never thought this vargas was that good of a box of these agree he has a ton of heart but i don't think it's kind of a boxer asia brunner is a better athlete than jesse vargas he should have beat just vargas but he didn't in its detriment to himself it's not and because just vargas is wanted it more just vargas thing going thinking he was going to win he fought to win asian broder just thought he was going to win he just thought he'd put some punches together and get jesse out of there but jesse was going to the body he fought a great fight he did everything right bronner's talent shown through and that's why we gotta draw should absolutely do a rematch because of them have anything else to do lesson mira con wants to find adrian burner which i'll be very interested in within agent amir khan republic piece brunner but i don't mind seeing like there's not too many places for amir khan to once i kill brooke he's you know yeah he don't want that he wants to aerospace that to give you that check of course wanted but you know the case of asia and bronner is like this is who he is man the man's you know he's not blowing people out of the water was one forty four and a half this light it's not he's not what what we thought he could have been he's not that disciplined he doesn't listen does what he wants he has particularly crafts interviews afterwards i thought jim graves punch face but he still has the talent to be what we thought he could which frustrating some of those counters that he had in the quickness and just rocking back and forth the ability to kind of luke punches slip punches in and throw the counter he just doesn't do it frequently he chooses not to be the guy we know he can be which is the most frustrating part.

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"broder" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"broder" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Hello out there this go daddy here welcome to another addition of disco daddy's wide world of hip hop and as you know you've been following us all the month and september we've been honoring out of the pulse it the sisters who have been with us in down with hip hop from the very beginning of hip hop sometimes it's not to be is overlooked or minimize i'll honoring them this month addresses that misrepresentation and fifth street because they really all have stories to tell our you've heard some very interesting story all of this month from the lady pioneers and is always before we begin this interview with miss celia building failure powell voters formerly known as mc hi fi we want to give us out out to the first lady could pop and see sarah who couldn't re this month because i interviewed her earlier but she told me pacific ly i really want my lady friends stories to shine and three shows how much of a gracious screen she is you know she knows a lot of the ladies i'm getting recognition they deserve so sat out to you playing and right now the latest lady we are honoring this month queen the culture for sure and they feel powell voted she was known as mc fi and she goes back to the very beginning of your top and unique story to tell about the inner city disco with that was all about him with that period was likely transitioning from this totally hip hop and the resistance to it and acceptance to it by some some the celia powell broder's mc highspeed how you doing.

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"broder" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"broder" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"He's not there now she's not with us no there's been we've been watching houses are so long that we've seen multiple baptisms yeah i've grown women that was one a hotel political courtyard marianne people getting their ideas for back to also the really is no better thing in the world than cynthia feeling the need to get baptized while people are screaming for independence on the streets it's like she's like my struggle it's just the best she's like an ordering price in spaghetti and spain was a high people win seeping while we're here which is that this news came out that david broder and shannon are fighting for custody in all three daughters noone speaking to david because of his new girlfriend i don't blame them for not speaking today than i think he's a monster and i think he has not present in their lives all while this she'd like he wasn't president in their has like can't help himself he's literally responding with you know the flame emoji with his girlfriend because i'm tracking them very close go there a lot of flame emojis to hurt us like hey baby mike bikini emojis cheers sounds like children are watching like just hate her to be doing something like that keep it to himself he's so happy to be free he's like tom cruise jumping on that couch now he has three children whenever you think about your daughter's that's the mother child and that children and their your daughters so fine go out and we'll have this jannine holding them hostage.

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"broder" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"broder" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Give us your favor gruden story now with them another season gosh air jahor there's water every week euro it's just the cut loik deprived mere i'm glad you brought up ryan to thing last week and was great at a lot about jobs and it also a about andy reid you know the garbage on broder the coach of the redskins in this regard third we've gone in a little over easily together better bought the redskins at your god at the point where i kinda keretic could i just feel for john it already it very comprehend i think he does a remarkable job of giving a very balanced on a motion old el call at agape despite the fact that i know he's living and dying with every player he loved his brother wants to see him to succeed in any of us would feel that way at a safe situation but go andy reid one of the greatest brendan coaching together for a long time and green bay with coach hope grit you know they communicate all the time it it it was legitimately but pick a little idealistic kicked but you know he said that guy played a couple bracket y'all lift big jarred there's so much respect or the situation very kil count booker it added that you're i want you to bring up the gave up yet to practice their faith up the truth of felt that respect that anti has flora for john air yeah i love the guy he's very fascinating guy you guys are spread drive around him um ilott you never really know what you're going to get a handle it makes it fought sean i i don't know how much time you spend around him when he was head coach jon gruden but i i covered in for a couple of years and tampa bay and i'm i'm constantly mystified at how this john bruton can be the same human being that i was around during those highstress years in tampa bay i'm just curious if you did spend time with him during his coaching career and how that guy juxtaposes but the guy that you call games with.

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