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"chazz" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

07:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"chazz" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"Is just like an oar. Yeah, it's not even the raft I know, as I said. It's like the or it's like the seat in the House. Right, right. Right. Let's just, it's just a tool to help you. It's not going to get you there. And by the way, there's no destination. By the way, there's no destination. And this is the most important part of this whole conversation that we have to have before I get off here. Yeah. There is no destination. Perfect doesn't exist. I always say, avoid being a perfectionist, be an improvement. The goal isn't to be perfect every day. The coolest and prove a little every day. So often, we will see the Instagram mom, dad, or whatever family, the pictures, whatever the postcards and we see it, and then was like, oh, we're then we will shame ourselves. And we're like, we're not the perfect family and we'll shame ourselves for where we're at in our journey, not even realizing that that curated picture or feed, whatever doesn't even exist. That's not even a representation of their actual reality. It's not, but we're comparing it like they're perfect curated life to our what we know about our real, the realness of life, right? Of the ups and the downs. But they have to, whether they're sharing it or not, but we see that. And why am I not perfect? And we mess up and make a mistake. We shame ourselves. I'm such a bad insert label here. I'm such a bad parent, such a bad teacher, I'm such a bad mom. Dad, such a bad whatever it is, right? And that actually stops us from improving. That actually slows us from that's like the current against the wrath, right? And instead, we want to move with the current instead of it, we want to say, hey, acknowledge that I did, I didn't make a mistake. I may be experiencing some guilt that's okay to feel guilt, the difference between guilt and shame is guilt is like, okay, I feel bad about something I did. Shame is more like, I'm a bad person because of whatever something I did or whatever the reason is. And so it's okay to feel guilty about a mistake that we made or messing up. That's a part of it too. That's an emotion. Again, the emotions are information from the body and they're telling us something. And we want to listen to that and sit in it and feel it and be like, yes, I do feel guilty. And let that inspire us to make a change to do something to improve a little to make a little improvement the next day to do something a little different, right? That does take a lot of effort. Because it takes conscious effort because you're stopping a cycle and cycle you're stopping like it's almost like stopping a moving train. I don't know if you ever saw that mean that Spider-Man me, but like it takes a lot of effort. A little bit of improvement in and when we shame ourselves, we're stopping ourselves on our track. So avoid being a perfectionist, be an improvement. The goal is to be the goal is not to be perforated every day the goal is to improve a little every day. Absolutely, yes. So true. Yeah. You have permission to be human. Do you listener? And I think that's what chaz is giving you. And as well as all those wonderful, wonderful perspective and advice here. Where can people find you and your wonderful videos, my friend? Oh, man, you can find me on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, all podcasting platforms. And also getting access to one on one coaching with me through WWW dot Patreon dot com slash mister chaz. I'm mister chasm pretty much all platforms and that's messy chasm. It's like it's twosies. This is a podcast. You probably see the way my name is spelled, but mister Chappell chaz on TikTok, mister chaz, space, mister chaz, on Facebook, and mister chaz on Instagram. I think that's pretty clear. I want to, I want to thank you. Like I said, I mean, for anyone who's a longtime listener of this podcast, you can see all the incredible why I wanted mister chaz to come on here because of the way he speaks to the things that we've spoken to for many years in such a wonderful refreshing way and with a lot of compassion for us as parents and I think that's we need that kids and parents need a lot of compassion to make those bit by bit changes every day. So thank you so much for taking the time for sharing your voice with us today. I really, really appreciate it. I appreciate you having me on and listeners too. Feel free to check out my podcast, mister Chad is the leadership parenting teaching podcast. And I hope this was helpful. I hope it was valuable and I'll see you on the interwebs. I love talking to chaz. I love his voice. I love his insight and his sensitivity. So, so awesome. Listen, if you love this episode, please do me a favor, share it on your Instagram stories and tag me in it at mindful mama mentor and that sharing the podcast is such a great way to support it and get this message out to more and more people of course around the world. So thank you. Thank you so much for listening. I appreciate you being here. I am so happy for you to be on this journey. If you ever want to take it deeper if you want to join me for live coaching calls or my mindful parenting coaches and mindful parenting, we do 36 hours of life coaching every year. It's like an amazing amount of parent coaching that you get and a lot of members have it for a lifetime so for every age and stage. So if you want to take a deeper, go over to mindful parenting course dot com and learn more about when we will open the doors next. So thank you so much for listening my friend. I appreciate you being here. I appreciate you being on this journey in whatever capacity. You are and I wish you a great week. We should be pushing peace. I wish you lightness. I hope that you can not take things so seriously and I will work on that to my friend. Thank you so much for listening, namaste. I'd say definitely do it. It's really helpful. It will change your relationship with your kids for the better, it will help you communicate better and just it's a communicate better as a person as a wife as a spouse. It's been really a positive influence in our lives. So definitely do it. I'd say definitely do it. It's so worth it. The money really is inconsequential when you get so much bigger foot from being a better parent to your children and feeling like you're connecting more with them and not feeling like you yelling all the time or you like wise and things working. I would say definitely enjoy it. It's so, so worth it. It'll change you. No matter what age someone's child is, it's a great opportunity for personal growth and it's great investment in someone's family. I'm very thankful I have this you can continue in your old habits that aren't working or you can learn some new tools and gain some perspective to shift everything in your parenting..

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"chazz" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

08:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"chazz" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"Stay tuned for more mindful mama podcast right after this break. I yell way less way less. And when I do start to escalate, I feel it, and I catch it, sometimes not as quick as I'd like to, but we're way quicker than I was doing before this program. I share this stuff with folks, I'm a way better listener to my kids. And I thought I was a good listener before. But I really shut up and listen and connect. And I talked to them differently than I have before. I mean, I was kind. I was a kind mom, but just really being there and listening to even the most mundane things. And taking interest in all of it with them, being present, I am way more present. Get on the wait list for mindful parenting at mindful parenting course dot com. That's mindful parenting course dot com. Like mindfulness is about is like, let's be aware was not just like reflexively do these same things. Like, let's make a conscious choice, right? Let's actually make a choice, and that requires us to look at research, look at what really does work. Look at what really doesn't work. What are the effects of the ways that we parented our parents parented in the past? Is that really effective? Even if you turned out a K, isn't really effective, right? And instead, can we look at and be aware of what is actually effective. And I think that that's what you're pointing to, right? Let's just open our eyes a little bit more and not just say, I mean, that's the thing about parenting is like we go into it and we say, you know, we get training to training to drive a car training to teach in a montessori classroom training to be a barista at Starbucks and then we go into parenting and we're like, we're just gonna wing it and do whatever instead. And then we end up with figured out. It's all natural, right? It's all instinctual. Yeah, and then we repeat those patterns. So what are the things that aren't effective, that we don't want to repeat? What are some of the things that parents habitually do? And I'm really interested also in kind of you speaking to this, too, because you're a black man. I'm a white woman in a lot of times like the dads and mindful parents. How hard time hearing the message that we both speak to in our own different voices from a woman who may have a certain perspective. And so I'm always really eager to talk to men because men in general in our culture are taught to be put in a little box about feelings to put in that little man box about and to kind of be tough and you don't have a lot of feelings and you know there's like a kind of it's a little bit stereotypical but it's there because it's still pretty common that a lot of dads are very interested in like let's get those timeouts and punishments and hold these kind of things. So and I'm so interested to kind of hear from your voice about this so that maybe it'll be a voice that some people will hear that might have been just harder to hear, you know, from my voice or whatever. You know what I mean? The first thing I want to say when you ask this in this conversation, like what are the things where the unhealthy patterns first thing I want to say here is that that's where everyone starts off, but we can't stay there. Like, would people start on the journey? It's like, I don't want to do the things. You come to realization. I don't want to do the thing that I don't want to be my parents. I don't want to raise my kids that way. But we can't stay there. Because if you focus on what you don't want, you're going to get more of that. You want to focus on what you do want. And so you want to create a vision and values around culture around what you do want. Like who, like the person, the parent that you do want to be. And be very clear about that within yourself. And with the people you're caring for, the people in your family. That's the first thing I want to say. Now, in terms of in terms of before actually saying unhealthy and giving examples of unhealthy habits in terms of men and women having a different perspective, I actually have actually want to tease into why I think that is and why traditionally where that comes from, kind of talking about these generational cycles, right? Because it didn't just happen in this generation and even the generation before us, where all of a sudden been decided like, okay, we're not going to have any feelings and we're going to condition to try to very best to try to condition their suffering from this too. I mean, they suffer from that. Absolutely. Right. A 100%. But you know, so think about think about even centuries ago because generations like it is we do have to go back that far. We can go back even further and talking about our brain and how we are just the males been meant to be the protector, right? The protector and the provider and it makes sense and primal world where you're just trying to survive and that it would make sense to ignore your feelings, right? There's a lion, staring down at me. Being sad and or disappointed or afraid and feeling my feelings in that moment probably isn't the best thing for my brain to start to do to survive, right? It's probably ignoring the feelings in the moment, maybe drawing on fear, maybe drawing an anger or fear, but ignoring like sadness, to get through the moment, to push through, to survive. It makes a lot of sense, right? And it would make a lot of sense of where why that kind of responsibility traditionally would fall on the mail. The protector, right? The problem is that the line is no longer staring down at us, right? And that and most of our situations that. Will want to go back a little bit. Sorry, that one, in that moment, when you ignore your emotions and you, you know, stone cold ignore your emotions, you fight the lion or you flee or whatever use whatever survival skill that you have to do it, right? Probably not filling your feelings and taking the perspective of the lie or anything like that. That's good for the moment. But when we have that habit over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again, then that becomes our habit that will slowly kill us. It doesn't, if we have a short lifespan, we were only going to live 25, 30, then it doesn't matter as much because we're not playing the long game, we're playing the short game, survive in the book. Long enough to reproduce. I really appreciate this perspective because it does have benefits, right? There are benefits. And I think that's so cool that you brought those out. Yeah. Now, let's fast forward to present day. Where this isn't the situation, typically, right? When, you know, when your.

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"chazz" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"chazz" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Then we can't break the cycle. We can't stop the cycle and do something different. We'll just unconsciously keep passing on these unhealthy messages. And so, you know, you find yourself maybe as a parent or maybe even in a spore or in your job, you're faced with learning something new and you make a mistake and you blame someone else or you hide behind the mistake or you don't ask the question so you could learn better next time and that holds us back. And so acknowledging that is in becoming aware of that is the first thing to do. Now that doesn't stop the feeling in your body when you make a mistake. But that's the first thing to do. Now the benefits now, the other things. So what do we do instead, right? We acknowledge that we are fallible fallible human beings who make mistakes, just like everyone else, right? And I would instead of hiding your mistakes from your children, I would go that complete opposite route and I would say make mistakes in front of them publicly in front of them talk about mistakes and mistakes, model how to respond to a mistake, how to take accountability, how to apologize, because then they're going to learn how to do those same things, right? Just when they make a mistake or they do something at school or their brother or sister or even to you, you want them, maybe not in the moment where they're all riled up, but you want them to be able to come back to you and apologize and say, I'm sorry, mommy, daddy, sister brother, teacher, friend, you know, I did this thing. I was really frustrated next time I'm going to try to do this. You know, I'm next time I'll do this instead. And by the way, an apology isn't just, I'm sorry, and enforcing an apology doesn't teach someone how to make a Genie when apology. Because even I would say that the fact that an apology is forced makes it not apologies, not really an apology. And who wants a forced? Who wants to receive a forced apology? I know that I don't. And if anything, it makes me feel even more frustrated, trigger the feeling of more frustration and just disconnection because it's like you really don't get it and now you're just now you're going to just say whatever you got to say to get out of this situation to not understand where I'm coming from or not take accountability for what you did and you don't take accountability just say that like, hey, that's not my fault. Don't try to hide it behind a fake apology. But going back to the idea of us putting out the image that we're perfect to our children. If we are communicating this message that they, that they need to be perfect or that they can't make mistakes and we don't make mistakes, like what happens when they do make a mistake. When they do mess up, you know, at school or with their friend or they did something and they left their impulses get the best of them. What kind of environment will kind of culture or recreating where they can come and admit their mistake, where they can go to you and feel safe to be like, I'm messed up and I want to do different. And I want help in that. I'm willing to take help in that, right? When we're just punitive and we're like, when we don't make space for that, there will be no space for that. And they're going to dig deeper into, you know, blame me or hiding their mistakes or looking at themselves as defective because they're making mistakes. Meanwhile, in reality, everyone around them is making mistakes, right? Including you. And so we're not doing our kids any favors by pretending that we don't make any mistakes. I think really go the other way and show and model how to make mistakes and just let them know and communicate that they are a part of the learning process. Yeah, so important, right? It's like if we model the fact, we model our own perpetual imperfection and vulnerability that we're teaching them that it's okay to actually be that way and in fact that is fundamentally the nature of the human condition rather than saying, oh, we're modeling perfection. We're inadvertently teaching them that that's the standard to aspire to, which nobody can ever meet, which immediately says, okay, so what we're effectively doing is saying, we're going to guarantee there's a certain amount of shame that follows you around through your entire life because you will never be able to meet this standard that we say is quote normal. Yeah. And it's not that any parent or teacher. We're not trying to do this. We really want the best. For our kids. Right. But I think it's that generation. Right? The generational cycles that you talk about. This has been modeled for us. So we just kind of say, well, we're going to step into that same thing. I think it's so interesting that you use this phrase breaking generational cycles because so often when we hear a phrase like that, we think, well, we're talking about a cycle of violence or a cycle of poverty or secular addiction. But we don't think about the generational cycles of these more nuanced, more subtle. Social expectations about how to move through the world that are part of every person's life. We just think about these extreme examples. But it's like there are these generational cycles that affect every single person, no matter what. And I feel like these cycles that we're talking about, there's so much more invisible, often that they're less likely to ever be be noticed and addressed in a meaningful way. And that's why I think so much of the work that you're doing is so powerful and I imagine you feel this is that you're sort of you're making them visible and then saying, let's talk about this. And let's talk about a different way. You know, the thing about it is once you start to the more you talk to people, the more it's very visible. It's really a part of our culture now. We've just kind of normalized a lot of toxicity in our culture and so like we're kind of blind to it because it's all around us like fish even see the water, right? But when we talk about teaching children how about to disconnect from their emotions and saying, you're fine, get over it. It's not a big deal. These are things that we hear all the time. When we talk about adults who say that, you know, when someone is asking them, like, when something, they're visibly not okay when someone asks them, hey, are you okay? Is there a way that I can support you? What do we say? I'm fine. No, I'm good. It's all good. Don't worry about it, right? And so we will ignore our own emotions, right? And even in situations where it's really important, this pandemic was big lesson for a lot of people and learning to identify your needs and to take care of your needs and being able to communicate your needs in a time where so many things are changing. Now, I think when things are routine and it's a little bit easier to just kind of to be in a routine and have a something a system that fits for you and works for you and you kind of do day to day with the pandemic and everything changing it's like this isn't like there is no normal. There is no standard. There is no standard of what to go by. So it is us a lot of figuring out what our needs. What are the needs of what are my needs as a human being as a mother as a father as a teacher is a whatever, but what our needs as a family. And acknowledging having the conversation of what are your needs as a company. As your boss, what can we identify what our needs are and then come up with the solution that works for both of us, right? And if not, if we can't come up with solution that works for us, then maybe we're not a right fit for us. Obviously other things come into it, like obviously like financial means and does your partner how much savings do you have and does your partner able to support you and there are a lot of things that go into it, but that's the point of being able to identify and connect with.

"chazz" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

08:10 min | 3 months ago

"chazz" Discussed on Good Life Project

"About, let's punish and control and even get manipulative. That's going to kind of signal to the kids, even if the teacher is saying something different. Well, the way to push through life is to dominate and control and manipulate. So even if for a hot minute it creates order in a classroom, it's like you're dropping something into a kid's mind, which is going to affect the way that they relate to other people for the rest of their lives, which could be really negative. Yeah. One of the most classic versions of. Is why are you yelling? I told you stop yelling. We don't yell at this house. Oh, this classroom where there it is, right? It's clearly we do yell in this environment because that is how you're solving this problem. So why would we expect children to solve their problems different better than us? Why would it be expect a child with not a fully formed brain and your brain isn't fully formed until 25, 26, but especially that 5 and younger stage and I would say, especially that 8 in younger stage, their brains on the very beginning stages of developing things like impulse control and emotional regulation, prioritization, working memory, organization, all these executive skills, and the very beginning stages of learning these things. And so if we can't with our fully formed adult brain, emotionally regulate and then respond in a way that's going to be more effective and productive and helpful, why would we expect a child who's been learning all of this stuff from us to have a better response than us? It just doesn't make sense, which is and then even back to us as adults, right? Where maybe you just learned about gentle conscious whatever parenting or more healthy science based ways to parent or teach and you learn all these strategies about validating emotions and collaborative problem solving and emotional regulation and breathing and pausing and montrose and positive self talk and all these things that you start learning and start caring about and you're really invested in it and you're like, I want to be the best parent or teacher or leader or whatever that I want to be and then you go and try and do it, you're going to mess up for you're going to make mistakes for lots of reasons. One reason is that you're learning and mistakes are an inherent part of the learning process. They can't learn something new and challenging without making mistakes. It just doesn't happen. So expect for those mistakes to happen and those mistakes will teach you more than when things do go your way. One, two, it's still going to feel a little awkward because you haven't seen or heard experience anything so validating an emotion. You're used to your body's conditioned, like the way that we're parented and raised and we grow up, it's not just like a brain thing. It's a brain body thing. It is conditioned in our body. So when someone, whether it be a child or a dog or a spouse, whatever, when they react and they're triggered, then they get emotional and they're like, why is this this way? It shouldn't be this way. Our body may tell us to react again with the same kind of emotion with the same to catch their emotion and be like, it shouldn't be this way, but do you need to stop yelling at me? And put it back on them, right? Like our body is, we were conditioned to do that. And that's what we're going to feel like doing. It will take work to pause and to stop that reaction, that unconscious reaction that's happening. That's been conditioned within us and to make a more thoughtful, helpful response. That for being something they're like, okay, let me respond in a way that could potentially help this other person that could potentially help me. That could potentially move us forward and whatever this issue or problem that is in front of us right now. That's going to be really hard. So even us as an adult, right? It's like change your behavior, change your behavior. You should just change your behavior because I told you where I put a punishment like change your behavior. It's that easy. But then we have a hard time changing our behavior, right? Because if there's anything that's going to change the behavior of a child, it's by us changing our behavior as an adult, which is hard to do. So give yourself grace and give them grace, right? Everyone deserves grace while they're learning in this journey. Yeah, I mean, so much of this comes back to it. I know this is a phrase that you reference a lot, like emotional regulation. And more expensively co regulation, like we're all in this thing where we're running these scripts and we're trying to actually rewire the scripts and the scripts tell us oftentimes how to respond how to behave. But the input is something that happens and it triggers an emotion which triggers script, which triggers our behavior. It's like those don't get rewired overnight. Right. So I love the idea of forgiving ourselves. But I wonder sometimes if part of the resistance I'm so curious to hear what you think about this, I wonder if sometimes part of the resistance we have to sort of like sing, okay, so yes, let me reexamine all this stuff. This sounds really interesting. And maybe I'm down on down to do the work. But it's going to mean that I may stumble into somewhat public way. Whether that's with a partner, whether that's with someone at work, whether that's with kids who I want to perceive me as being this sort of like all knowing person who kind of always dream person who helps them along the way, standing in that place of vulnerability, standing in a place of like actually seeing other people publicly watch you fail. I often wonder how much just that single thing alone serves as a really big resistance point to us even trying all these new things where, like you said, we know we're going to mess up a whole bunch along the way. But we're going to do it in a way that's public and observable. And we're so terrified of that that we just don't even want to try. Yeah. And that's a part of that unhealthy messaging that we received growing up. And as you just put perfectly, right? Because that's what our parents said too. Wouldn't apologize for mistakes and just would try to have a look like they don't make mistakes. I am this all knowing person and come to me because I know everything and I will tell you the right thing to do because I'm right and you always need to listen to what me, the adult authority figure says. And if you go against what I said or you are trying to do or you make a mistake, then I will fire and brimstone so that you learn not to make mistakes again. And so that you'll get it right the next time. And we communicate this, not just parenting, but our education system definitely supports this notion of like it's not okay to make mistakes. There's going to be punished for mistakes and then actually holds back our learning. So much. And there's a lot of research on that. And so just acknowledging that. That's why I call them generational cycles because they're these unhealthy patterns that we pass on to our children. And these cycles that unless we become conscious and aware of them, then we can't break the cycle. We can't stop the cycle and do something different. We'll just unconsciously keep passing on these unhealthy messages. And so, you know, you find yourself maybe as a parent or maybe even in a spore or in your job, you're faced with learning something new and you make.

"chazz" Discussed on The Mom Room

The Mom Room

03:53 min | 3 months ago

"chazz" Discussed on The Mom Room

"And I want to say something else too. That's a little kind of adjacent to the conversation we were having before. And it's something I haven't communicated a lot and I come here. I love this podcast. I love coming here and talking to you. And so I'm going to kind of share this thought that's kind of been on my mind. I don't express it much. I think the most powerful thing that we as adults can do to build a better world with less injustice. To work towards world peace. I know big idea. And he said, world peace, all right, he's crazy. Stick with me here. Foundations for world peace, okay? I think the biggest thing that we can do as adults, whether you're a parent, whether you are a teacher, anyone who is an adult and charge of a young child is to really be mindful and take seriously how much power you have. And it's so easy to use our power to dismiss and to just not just dismiss what this person who doesn't have power is saying, right? And especially when they're saying it in a way that you don't find to be very palatable or you don't, you know, for, you know, for a young child, children will scream and yell and throw a tangent from themselves on the ground and. People that whole behaviors communication thing, people are trying to communicate something, right? It's really important as the person in power. And this is also important in leadership too. That you listen to what those people with less power who don't have the power to make the decision. What they're saying and the message underneath, right? Because when someone says, when someone's really emotional and they say something, they may not be at their best and really articulating what the problem is, right?.

"chazz" Discussed on The Mom Room

The Mom Room

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"chazz" Discussed on The Mom Room

"You know? And I always think about this because kids can really put up a fight in the morning and trying to get a toddler dressed with his boots on and his winter coat and out the door can be the biggest stressor are two dogs are barking. My husband's trying to get ready to leave to go to work, but I have the absolute luxury. Of not having to be somewhere on time. I don't have a boss somewhere waiting for me to walk through a door. And I always think about that. Just that one little difference in the morning is the difference between using gentle parenting practices and not. So like now think about all the other major life differences that some people are going through and it is very difficult to practice gentle parenting. Yeah, and on top of that, even let's say you're a scenario and let's get even more into the world as someone who may not have the same privileges where maybe that job they're going to is a job that they absolutely need and it's a job that they hate that they don't like where they're treated terribly, but they need that job. They're treated terribly throughout the day and they take it and they take it and they take it and they do their job because that's what they have has what they have to do. They have all that pent up anger and all of that. And they come home and then we expect them to now be empathetic to a child who's not listening to them and they feel like I haven't had power all day and now my child is going to have power over me like or at least it feels that way, right?.

"chazz" Discussed on The Mom Room

The Mom Room

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"chazz" Discussed on The Mom Room

"Here's an example that would, I think that's the parenting example, but it speaks exactly what we're saying, right? So if you have, if you're an economically privileged and you have disposable income, your disposal. So when you get burnt out, or you need a spa day or you need something, like you have the option, you have the privilege to buy to buy help, right? You can get a nanny to come in. But that doesn't mean that that nanny also has to be someone that you trust, right? And it has to be in that whole relationship with an a, that's a whole other person you're bringing into your relationship with your children and that is a set of problems too that, you know, someone who isn't able to, who was with their children or you go to school, they go home and they can't afford it, and that's not a problem that they're going to have because they're not going to have a nanny, right? And so that's an example of, yes, the privilege may be helpful in one way because that spot and then you also have the choice to, you know, I think where it is still we have to have to recognize that that is still an advantage that at the end of the day you have that choice to get the nanny or not or to, you know, maybe you're getting going to family and I think you mentioned that you have the privilege. If you have family who's supportive and around you, that's an advantage, right? And it's okay. Like I want, I want everyone to have those advantages and to not, you know, to be supported, right? We want that. And I think E then too. I think we can even go deeper and to not even just, 'cause the economic thing is, I think, easier to see and to talk about, there's another conversation and I haven't really had this, just go ahead and talk.

"chazz" Discussed on The Mom Room

The Mom Room

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"chazz" Discussed on The Mom Room

"Today I am talking with one of my favorite creators, one of the first people that I started following on TikTok, he has been a guest on the podcast before. Has he been on twice before? I don't even know. I'm talking with mister chaz. I'm sure many of you follow him on Instagram or on TikTok. It's funny because I asked him to be on the podcast again and he was like, yeah, totally. And then we were like trying to figure out what we were going to talk about. And I kept seeing these tiktoks about is gentle parenting privileged parenting and I loved the conversations that people were having around this topic. So I was like, let's talk about this. And it ended up being an amazing conversation. I had never really thought much about it until I started diving into this topic on TikTok and hearing people's perspectives. And it makes so much sense. It is so hard to practice gentle parenting. It's not like you can just read a book on how to do it. And then it's easy to implement. It's not. Parents are under so much stress, and you really need to have your own shit together when it comes to emotion regulation and I saw a TikTok on chaz's page where he talks about the different brain functions and how there's survival, emotional, and executive, and in order to practice gentle parenting, people need to be in the executive part of their brain, but many people who are under a lot of stress who have been oppressed, they live in the survival part of their brain. So the fight or flight, the frieze, which makes it very difficult to react to children in a high stress situation to react in a gentle way. And honestly, I hate when people, like I talk about this topic and then people comment, if you can't not abuse your children, then maybe you shouldn't have kids, and it's like, that's not what we're talking about..

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Nashville Officer Fatally Shoots Man Armed With Two Butcher Knives

Wait Wait Don't Tell Me

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Nashville Officer Fatally Shoots Man Armed With Two Butcher Knives

"Authorities in Nashville, Tennessee, are investigating a fatal police shooting. During a traffic stop overnight. Chazz Sisk of member station W. PLN reports. Body camera footage shows a one minute encounter in which a man emerges from a car that's been pulled over on a busy corridor. Within seconds. The officer pulls his pistol and orders the band to drop a kitchen knife. After briefly running away, the man turns toward the officer who fires three shots. Nashville police Chief John Drake alluded to the scrutiny being paid to such incidents. When I got the call this morning, I had mixed emotions, especially with all that. Went on around the nation and in this city to say, and even before the shooting activists have been planning demonstrations in Nashville today. They're spurred by the killings of a community activist in a three year old girl in the same area earlier this month. Those did not involve police officers for NPR news. I'm Chazz Sisk

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"chazz" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"chazz" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Mile long police chase ended with jerks who were running from the cops crashing her car but often ends this way. So we're taking stories about running from the cops. You're also the fastest whoever drove No Bill. Yes. I am told by our producer. Remember that guy, Chazz, That was not there when he went to him was called Dropped. Yes, right. He's on line five. Apparently, trance has an intriguing reason why he wasn't there when we went to him. I think you might like this. Hey, Chazz, Welcome back. I'm here. Can you hear me? Yes. Yes, loud and clear. Now, what happened before? Tell us why you weren't there when we went to you. Had my Bluetooth on. And then I put the speaker and it was still not able to tow be heard. So I put it up to my phone. And as soon as I did that I saw Light beyond me, so getting pulled over and I got pulled over on the Garden State Parkway. God, so we're talking about running from cops. And you get pulled over. Hold over. Okay. Okay. Did you just get a warning or anything? Yeah, I My grandfather was a chief of police. So I have a good P b a card. So I just told him real quick. What happened? And they were, like, Just be careful. Don't do it again. Okay? And so And so you're pulled over somewhere. Now you're safe. You're not violating any laws or at least that's what we're gonna say. Exactly. Okay, So originally before you got pulled over in the middle of talking about running when you're pulled over. What was your story gonna be? So when I was in high school, so probably 18 years old. It was a Saturday and we went to Mama's race track and we were drinking probably means three of my friends. We probably had a probably He's I don't know. 30 pact between the four of US We were drinking and driving back to where I lived in Bricktown. I wasn't driving. But there was 44 of us total and my one friend in the passenger seat. Was on a telephone and found out that his girlfriend apparently was hooking up with some guy this that the other thing So we go to this guy's house, which I was not all four and we went to his house and cause a little bit of a ruckus. Finally, the father was home called the police. So we left knowing that the cops will come around their way. Yes. So we pulled out of the driveway and we're on a side road, Probably 35 45 MPH. And as we're pulling out of his driving away and onto the side road, we see three police cars pulling in. So the driver of the car went from probably 15 MPH to 70 MPH, which is a dead giveaway. That's the car exactly thinking he was gonna be able to get away. So he floors it. And then pulls onto another side road and we hang out there for 15 minutes, and then finally, he's like we're all like, Yeah, I think we're good to go and as soon as we pulled out back onto the main road All the lights came back on. We all got pulled over. He got pulled over way all got in the car. He got very lucky because he didn't get it, Do you? Why? Because they found the hold empty 30 pack of that back. But no, We want up getting pulled over and he did wind up pulling over. But at first we did run and that's all we could hired on the cyber with a little bit, but Apparently, we didn't wait long enough because we went back onto the main road. And that's when all the cops saw the scene for you See? Okay, A guy's girl is cheating on you with some other guy. Find a different girl, you know, Because look what happens. Chazz. Thanks for your girl. There's cops. There's arrests, not worth it. John and how you're in New Jersey, one on 1.5. Hey, I done okay. Good. Um, I was coming home from luggage. Um Stopped at a light red light and mask one right next to the mask on police department and the police officer came out on duty on pulled up next to me, and I was on the motorcycle sticky night hug. And, uh, That satellite phone and no problem. He decides he's gonna pull me over. I got to the shoulder. Excuse to go out of kora constant. So I'm flying down. 35 don't almost 100 Miles an hour. Come up to where the board Jessie's used to be. Well, actually, the real police departments across different light was red. So I start kicking it down to the lower gears because I wanna get t bones. Did you get away with all this? No. Oh, the light turns green and I start ramping it up. The car rolls up to the red light. His corn has a red light. Sees the cops punches it, Ray in front of me. Barely miss hitting him lose control. Oh, that over 56 ft. Past. The police station passed under the bridge. I've been up almost in control apart. That's on the other side. Yeah. That guy had just sideswiped two cars and he was Plastered. He Oh, so Heath, I got you now. Yeah, from the police, Right? Right. Not realizing they were there for you. Yeah, Yeah, but, you know, I mean, if he was right behind you when you punched it and took off, though, wasn't he going to be able to see that this goes back to my original point? Wasn't he able to track you anyway? Because your plate number Couldn't have seen you. Yeah. Wasn't my motorcycle. Ah, OK, That's the one time I got my dog. He was in North Carolina the time. So you had an alibi. I was just gonna be Oh, got stolen. You have, of course. Yeah. John had a whole scenario playing right? Right. Right. He had the whole game plan. So what kind of tickets did you get in the way? They're not gonna change me. What kind of tickets? Did you get for all this junk? Oh, excessive passing speeds. Double the speed limit. Looting the police Officer Uh um dw ay. Oh, God. You got hammered man tonight? Yeah. All right, John. Thanks for your call. Okay, we'll take more of your stories. If you got him times that you ran from the cops stupidly were no, It's not the thing to do. But what ended up happening to you, 1 802 831 on 1.5 Trusted, reliable, honest depend on New Jersey one a 1.5 introducing touch free payments from PayPal a safe way for your customers to pay..

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"chazz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"chazz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Knowing full well, these people are ready to riot to begin with just his presence inside of the right. I can make that argument. I could do that. But go ahead. I'm gonna do what Chuck Schumer said. Or Maxine Waters said, Listen, the peacefully unpatriotically that speaks for itself in 67. But what word would you point to that shows he told his presence at a rally that call the first right? That's called the First Amendment Your It's free speech, you're allowed to have hold a rally. When Maxine Waters and Cory Booker tell people to get up in congressman faces that's actually inciting people do violence. I'm not arguing that we all we got them. But if he said that Then I'd say Yeah, You're right. He did say that. But he didn't say that. Listen, I think he's gonna be innocents Don't get me wrong and I think will be difficult for it to Tony to prove that he incited and or provoked it, but just because he said one sentence in 67 minutes Had a place where you know folks were showing up to do harm doesn't mean that he didn't He didn't know the people showing up to do what he was talking to a peaceful protest hundreds of thousands of peaceful protesters who never went anywhere near the capital. They were they were. They were like, I think, 20 minutes away walking distance from the capital. They had already started entering the Capitol building while he was giving the speech. Gonna bring up the timeline as well. They're going to bring up the fact that they knew it was preplanned. In fact, we have Ah, the news media. They all talked about how the Capitol police and the FBI warned they knew they warned the capital people. They warn Nancy Pelosi that there might be trouble. Well, That's my point, Bernie if there was an imminent threat If there was an imminent threat, and they all knew that then the president showing up there just his just his presence that becomes insightful. I think from my information is that the Capitol police were notified, not the president of the United States. He didn't know anything about the fact that they might be. He did have Intel reports that they might be unrest in. I don't think so, either. I don't think he knew they were gonna break into the capital and do the horn that they did. I really don't. I mean, I think he's a good man. I'm not here. I'm just telling you that if we're in a court of war, I could make an argument. I could make an argument that him showing up there and there was an imminent threat. They knew about it before, and he had to have an idea that some of these folks are gonna be up to No good. Him. Him. Just showing up there provoked this crowd to something that's in the You know. Hindsight is 2020 all the time. I remember the day he went out there. The people were going down there. My sister in law went down. And everybody was glad President Trump is actually going to be a man of the people. He's going to go out and show some love to the people who love him. That's what he was going to do. That's what it was. It wasn't an effort to have people stormed the capital. I I don't disagree. On. They did love him I could have done without I love you folks to after they were beating up cops and breaking windows at the Capitol three hours later. Obviously, he's being impeached for inciting violence, which is against the law. And if he did break the law, they should arrest that. They should have arrested him and held the M account to account in a court of law, which they did not do because he didn't incite violence. Fair enough. 1 808 48 w A. B C 1 808 48 92 22 coming up next. This guy hasn't done enough. This guy's like a monster actor. He's won awards Academy Awards skies had a successful one man show successful Broadway show. He's got restaurants all over New York. Not enough. He's about to make another major announcement first right here on Bernie and said. Chazz Palminteri is next entertaining.

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"chazz" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"chazz" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Man didn't even start a game. The poor guy. Well, that's funny, Jorgenson. Didn't even start a playoff game. Poor man. No. No, I didn't. But he was a hell of a quarterback. I watched him near the kid growing up. I got to throw a bullet 60 yards. Then it, son. I'm not disagreeing. I sure as hell didn't see him. I think the guy's almost 90 years old. Right now. I just know he's one of the greatest. He's in the Hall of Fame. He didn't even get a chance to start a game was on the bench. I think Well, happy He ripped his Achilles on 72. Yeah, he came in with Billy Kilmer. They would switch up, you know, And then, uh, He played his last game. I think 1975 76 against the Rams, and that was it, but he could throw them and he was spectacular Spiral. Smith. Yeah, well, I appreciate you filling us all in I I wish he would. Why didn't he get that? Why was he on the bench? The first playoff game. Do you know Well, Kilmer was more consistent. And the emergency was supposed to be joked Heisman, But it took Jorgenson a while to, you know, heal that a killer because he ripped it against, uh, woman up against the New York Giants up in New York, and that was the first lost back in October of 1972. Well, I'll tell you this much. It must be ah, hell of a feeling So be in the whole of fame and forget not to even won a Super Bowl. But not even have a chance to step out on the field in the playoffs. Jerry, I appreciate you for coming through and dropping that knowledge, my man. All right. Thank you, man. Appreciate you. No doubt about it. Thank you. Jury for calling from Washington, D C. Let's go to Charlotte, North Carolina. Let's talk to Chazz Chazz you on CBS Sports Radio. The general sport ratio, go ahead. Thank you, J r Carson Palmer. Remember sending dinner table My dad when he was going back, Tol tahl Ege to play one more year was talking about. You know how that is A man like you want to be their first team. He was there for two great teams. Cincinnati. They had no defense. He was there for Arizona on they were just a little bit old. But that man should want a Super Bowl. Hey, is all of Famer and he would make my top list. I agree with the rain. Oh, I don't think anybody else could say anything that about Marino as far as him being the best ever, but he would have made my top six left. Let me tell you something. Well, Chazz Man, you bring up Carson Palmer. There's this pretty much one reason That this poor man did not have success. You know the one reason right? What's that, sir? It's the Bangles, man. That's it. That's it exactly. They said he was so good and the owner and the coach and I don't know what was going on there a bunch of conspiracy theories, but YouTube it. I guess that's where he got the man about it. The man almost went Detroit Lions. Just he was ready to walk away it. Thank you. Jasper calling from Charlotte. Carson Palmer. Yeah. Yeah, and I don't know. I don't want to call him like Matt Stafford. Damn it. Carlson. Parma was still around a few years ago, but You look at someone didn't always have the help. Have been nice if he was throwing around, too. Chad Johnson and Houshmandzadeh and CEO when these guys were when their prime They would have had more weapons on the defensive side of the ball. Carson Palmer here. He had talent. He had some good years here, there. He just played for the Bangles. Pretty bad. Pretty awful. Listen, folks, it takes 53 to go out there and kick some ass. I'm gonna take a break. Come back with more of your phone calls. He could also tweet me at J. R Sport brief. We know who the winners are. We know who will see play in the Super Bowl on February 7 But who was some quarterbacks who are the best quarterbacks? Who have never won a Super Bowl. 855 to 1 to four CBS more of your calls when we come back. It's the J R sport Brief show on CBS Sports Radio..

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New strains of COVID swiftly moving through the US need careful watch, scientists say

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:41 min | 1 year ago

New strains of COVID swiftly moving through the US need careful watch, scientists say

"McCormick. It's the worst possible news for health experts that new covert variant is more dangerous than first thought. Here's correspondent Jennifer Keiper health officials are worried some of the new Corona virus variants that are spreading across the U. S, or not only more contagious but could make the current vaccines less effective. CBS is Dr Jon Lapook. He's new variants make it even more important for us to get as many people vaccinated. As quickly as possible to mention I'm just picked up pace so we can get this pandemic under control. Before these variants spread even further and become more of a problem. The CDC says masks should have at least two layers of fabric. The vaccine shortages are leaving many Americans wondering if their first shot will be effective Appointments for the second shot or hard to find. Gail Esposito lives in Georgia. I certainly would so a lot less stress. If I had a real date, the state's top health official, Kathleen to me, If you've gotten your vaccines by going to a health department, you will be able to get your second does. The CDC now says you could wait six weeks if necessary. Surgeon general nominee the vague Northeast, why should be steadily increasing and what I'm concerned about in particular, is making sure that we have enough distribution channel set up whether those air community vaccination centers, pharmacy chains that are ready to roll whether they're mobile units. They get the vaccine to hard to reach places. President Biden wants lawmakers to approve his covert proposals to help struggling Americans. American rescue plan would lift 12 Million Americans out of poverty and cut child poverty in half First lady Jill Biden toward a health center in Washington yesterday where she was told cancer patients aren't coming in for screenings because of the pandemic, she said. More needs to be done to improve broadband service. To increase telemedicine options. Chazz Pierce at Nashville's Memorial Hospital says a lot of their patients are setting up online doctor visits for Kevin 19 memorial actually had zero telemedicine visits. What's you know, covered? Get ramped up really sometime around April is when our telemedicine program really started taking off. Dr Rebecca Rose. Great telemedicine is here to stay. It's not going anywhere. The younger generation comes up, and there's more and more tech savvy I saving more more part of medicine with the latest on the impeachment process. Now, here's correspondent Tom Foti, former President Trump's second impeachment trial will start in the Senate on the eighth of February. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. I've spoken to Speaker Pelosi, who informed me that the articles will be delivered to the Senate on Monday, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell asked for the delay to give the former president time to prepare his case. Stocks finished the week mixed. This is CBS News.

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No charges filed against officers in shooting of Jacob Blake

John Williams

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

No charges filed against officers in shooting of Jacob Blake

"Known Catholic praised on the forests outside of Chicago is temporarily stepping down from ministry. It has to do with an allegation of sexual abuse from four decades ago. Heart ablaze Soup Itch, made that announcement this afternoon and sent a letter to that church community. We're told the archdiocese is investigating the allegation, which is at this point just that. Claim involves a minor more than 40 years ago. Cardinal Super Chazz father Flavier is cooperating fully with the investigation and will live away from the church while the investigation is underway. Michael's like father, Michael Flag or a senior pastor at ST Savannah.

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Anthony Joshua casts doubt over whether Tyson Fury fight actually happens in 2021

Tha Boxing Voice

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Anthony Joshua casts doubt over whether Tyson Fury fight actually happens in 2021

"Let me give you some more quotes from an art. Spn article About a week ago from joshua go a week ago. When i look at fury. Great talent but i don't know whether he's coming or going joshua tolley. Spn on wednesday. I don't know if he's going to fight wilder or if he's not going to fight wild if he's going to fight agit kobe or if he's not gonna fight cover you. He announced he was going to fight me. Then the deal didn't get signed. We're and we're not fighting then you have got sick and he seems to be just straight you here. He is fighting derek. Jeter he fights you here. He's fighting chazz witherspoon and he fights them. I go off people who are serious furious serious and keen than the fight will happen honestly. I'm keen test myself. He's supposed to have the real boxing. I q so it's going to be a real good challenge. I'm keen to compete with him. No problem but whether he's ready that's a whole other story because of the issues. He faces during his career. I don't know what will happen in twenty twenty one. But if i was to bet all my money on it i would say use it because he is with matchroom straightforward fight and his track record shows when he says he's going to fight someone he does and Yeah man look. He's expressed that you know. I guess. Tyson fury kind of little bit all non dependable. I guess in a sense you know. It's not dependable and usually tyson fury kind of goes off the hinges. Whenever he feels like you know he's going to do with the chance gonna through so There's was just some substance to some of the are some of the feelings that joshua has been feeling for for a little bit

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Large Oregon eviction protest stretches into 3rd day

Ben Shapiro

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Large Oregon eviction protest stretches into 3rd day

"Portland, Oregon Mayor Ted Wheeler sent the city's police force to a victim New autonomous Zone that cropped up around an anti eviction protest on Tuesday, reversing a month long policy of tolerating ongoing demonstrations even when they turn violent. Protesters have been camping out for months to prevent the eviction of the Kennedy family. On Tuesday morning, tensions escalated protesters used fences and barricade set up by law enforcement officials to surround the home, which has been renamed the Red House on Mississippi due to its location. One Mississippi Avenue, according to Newsweek. Videos of the autonomous Don't appeared on Twitter, showing a shanty town made of cardboard boxes and pilfered public fencing with warning signs posted on the outside reports indicated that a few dozen protesters plan to take up residence in the autonomous zone surrounding the right house. Family $100,000 on the home. The bank foreclosed protesters believe that the family should not be forced out during a pandemic and that the bank was seeking a swifter eviction because the property next to the home recently sold for more than seven figures when the city refused to honor protestors demands they organized their autonomous zone like Chazz Shop in Seattle. And even this was a little too humiliating for it. Mayor Ted Wheeler. So he authorized Portland police to break the thing up shortly before 5 A.m. on Wednesday morning, the Portland police and won't know me. Multnomah County Sheriff began their property mission reclaiming the land on which protesters had set up the autonomous zone. He said it was not simply a protest that were dismantling. Apparently there was a stockpile of weapons and the presence of firearms, According Portland police chief Chuck Leavell says We're aware of the threat to the community to media into police. We've seen the attacks. The Portland police will enforce the law and use force, if necessary to restore order to the neighborhood. Well, I'm glad they finally realized that there was one bridge that was too far for them. You literally have to get to the point for Democrats of threatening violence before people like, Oh, maybe this. Maybe this person shouldn't be like a mainstream part of our coalition. Get

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"chazz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"chazz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That through because they knew exactly who they were building the Fisher Houses for Yeah. And just to let you know the house that we had constructed for Chazz is actually based on the Fisher House floor plan. It's not. Yeah, of course. We don't need that extremist before of us. But our house is actually designed after the Fisher house because we love the open concept. We love how it was so inviting and so warm and so friendly. So the house we had constructed for Chazz needs is with a lot of that was based on Fisher House because it worked. It's a great formula. And just let you know when you travel around the country and you're going to those hotel rooms. I believe that it's like 5% of the rooms or less have to be 88 compliant. That does not mean the work for chest. That means they fit the ADA standards. We have traveled and had to switch hotels because he couldn't say there we have. We have been through all sorts of stuff with our travel. We We need to start a blogger because it's so funny. The things people stuff like when you're ready. Travel which has I don't know why. But you can only get a king size bed like they guess they think that handicapped people travel alone. I don't really, you know. But the brain into all sorts of obstacles, You know, um so yes, I would read that blogged. I absolutely would just just to get your sense of humor in your optimism. Jessica. Alan, Thank Chazz, please, for his service. Thank you for your service and your daughters and thanks for sharing your story, I your Your attitude is infectious. It really is and I appreciate hearing it. Thank you again for what you doing for Fisher House will be really appreciate it. It is an honor truly is especially because we know we're helping people like Jessica Alan and her incredibly heroic husband, Chazz and their Children and listen, you heard it. You hear that incredible optimism and that energy from someone telling the story about her husband Stepping had an I e. D and her life is completely turned upside down from that moment on, But that optimism that energy that enthusiasm it's there because Fisher house was there for her, and it helped Read that kind of recovery. Not just Chazz is recovery, but the psychological and mental recovery that Jessica and the family went through. Two. Please, Please give whatever you can to help Fisher House. Keep doing what they're doing for people like Jessica Alan and Chazz Alan. A Today 2948560 a Today 2948560. Please make a donation to Fisher House. Picking out with that Rodriguez and the Hindi carpet cleaning traffic.

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"chazz" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"chazz" Discussed on WJR 760

"S s Chazz Center. That or g'kar because you want Tonto Mammography machine? Um, that's you know, that's something that most of us take for granted when we go to our doctor, But not so for the people that you service nearly 12,000. That's correct. Yeah, The mammography machine, though very complicated, Costly, will allow us to provide an immediate screening for breast cancer. Two patients we have about 2800 women in the right age group to get tested. Um, on a yearly or bi yearly basis, depending on their situation, and we've unfairly well. We're partners Henry Ford health Systems to provide that currently to provide that service, But there's about 1000 women a year. That could be getting screened and a zoo. We all know detecting any cancer early is the key to saving lives. Early detection earlier detection. And it also means earlier treatment and that often often generally speaking means saving lives. Just as you put it, Felix and that we can't ever forget that And you've been a trusted health resource in the community for a half a century. Treating those patients offering that full spectrum of ongoing services that we have mentioned. And this is a critical role in caring for the underserved Southwest Detroit community and I gotta believe it's been even more difficult, Doctor. With the covert 19. Always spent tremendously difficult. The level of stress and anxiety. Um with, you know, knowing are you gonna have a job? Do I have the virus and transmitting it to Mike at risk loved ones. Has made it very, very challenging. Fortunately, we've been able to transition some of our care, especially in the behavior help space to, um online or virtual care. We're able to provide services, be a phone or via video for patients that are at higher risk, or that could be managed remotely a certain point in time so that we don't have to bring him into the center, possibly exposed them or expose others if they've been exposed to the virus, And so it's it's been a challenging time and our center has stepped up. We have not closed. We stepped up to Meeting the needs of the community. And you plan on doing that for the foreseeable future. And you know,.

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"chazz" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"chazz" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Really and that also includes myself and so it was really important for me to do work that i enjoy doing but also to help other people enjoy what they're doing whether it's teaching whether it's parenting it is finding know what their passion is in. So yeah this just very organically happened and when you know you're y no matter what happens situations can change what changed for me and for everyone was the pandemic in the quarantine. Everyone went home. The teachers went home. The went home and the parents became the primary teachers with their children. Twenty four seven and they really really struggled and really didn't know what to do. And as i saw especially really through social media. We're all home. I really saw an opportunity to help. But it's been really exciting for failing and just validating my life's purpose to get messages in every day come. It's messages saying that. I have changed people's lives and their relationships with their children. And that's what it's all about really feel like that's what i meant to do. I'm so glad you're out there doing most. You're very much needed. I think right now that some people have children that are in care centres and in preschool right. And some people don't so there's there's both out there right you said that your centers are open. Have been open for awhile. Yes all of the centers in my district. Nine schools are open and have been open. There was school that closed for a couple of weeks but all the others have been open. So what i want to ask you about is a question that i received often from parents. What do we do. What do you do. And what can parents do. When a child is having difficulty in these situations the maybe they're disruptive or they are not following directions. They're not quote listening. They are having difficulty making friends and thriving socially in the classroom. What do you look out. What do you consider. I get a lot of questions about this. Honestly probably every parent's worst or one of their worst nightmares to hear feedback from the teachers or the people caring for your children. Your child is having problems. And they're hitting or they're being disruptive or they're not following directions there a problem in the group. So what do you do when you come across this with a child. What do you look at. So the very first thing is observed to really understand. Why the behaviors happening a lot of people. Focus on just the behavior so you mentioned hitting a lot of people will approach. The situation like heading is the problem. I'm here to tell you and it's going to shock. A lot of people that hitting is generally not the problem. there's an underlying black scale or underlying social emotional challenge and the result of that is the hitting and so we have to as the caregivers at home at skoll really observe especially when these behaviors are happening and really a lot of data is their time of the day. The behaviors happening. Like what are the patterns was happening before what's happening during what's happening after to really identify what that underlying problem or underlying challenge is that the child is having in these situations so for hitting a lot of times. The problem is lack of ability to express themselves or they don't have the language to solve the problem. Maybe it's over toy so the child might be hitting because they wanna toy and the way that they know how to get thanks to a physical means right and it's not their fault and a lot of times we get so frustrated you know like you say none of our emotions even as the adult or wrong now as adults we have to in these situations manage our emotions during this time and respond thoughtfully so that we can be in a place where we can really help them as opposed to making this situation worse. Because if we're not able to manage our emotions and then how do we expect to teach the child to not just react emotionally. When they have a problem that they can't solve and most of the talking is going to happen now in the heat of the moment. Most of the learning is going to happen when you're talking about it later and so that's something that parents and teachers can do to kind of tell the story of what happened prior and talk about ways to handle the problem that they're having now. The other thing too is developmentally appropriate expectations a lot of times. We're expecting a two year old to share when they physiologically cannot do that. There were expecting wait for long periods of time without getting antsy and moving around and so sometimes we don't have developmentally appropriate expectations here also be the emotional climate and the room energy really does affect the emotions which affects the behavior right so for teachers constantly saying no no no no no and is yelling at the children. That's going to create a lot of stress in the room. And then i'm more likely there's going to be biding. There's going to be heading now. A lot of what. I've talked about up to. This point has been things in the classroom and know there's parents out there like okay.

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Helping Children Thrive in Preschool - What Teachers Can Do (with Mr. Chazz)

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Helping Children Thrive in Preschool - What Teachers Can Do (with Mr. Chazz)

"Really and that also includes myself and so it was really important for me to do work that i enjoy doing but also to help other people enjoy what they're doing whether it's teaching whether it's parenting it is finding know what their passion is in. So yeah this just very organically happened and when you know you're y no matter what happens situations can change what changed for me and for everyone was the pandemic in the quarantine. Everyone went home. The teachers went home. The went home and the parents became the primary teachers with their children. Twenty four seven and they really really struggled and really didn't know what to do. And as i saw especially really through social media. We're all home. I really saw an opportunity to help. But it's been really exciting for failing and just validating my life's purpose to get messages in every day come. It's messages saying that. I have changed people's lives and their relationships with their children. And that's what it's all about really feel like that's what i meant to do. I'm so glad you're out there doing most. You're very much needed. I think right now that some people have children that are in care centres and in preschool right. And some people don't so there's there's both out there right you said that your centers are open. Have been open for awhile. Yes all of the centers in my district. Nine schools are open and have been open. There was school that closed for a couple of weeks but all the others have been open. So what i want to ask you about is a question that i received often from parents. What do we do. What do you do. And what can parents do. When a child is having difficulty in these situations the maybe they're disruptive or they are not following directions. They're not quote listening. They are having difficulty making friends and thriving socially in the classroom. What do you look out. What do you consider. I get a lot of questions about this. Honestly probably every parent's worst or one of their worst nightmares to hear feedback from the teachers or the people caring for your children. Your child is having problems. And they're hitting or they're being disruptive or they're not following directions there a problem in the group. So what do you do when you come across this with a child. What do you look at. So the very first thing is observed to really understand. Why the behaviors happening a lot of people. Focus on just the behavior so you mentioned hitting a lot of people will approach. The situation like heading is the problem. I'm here to tell you and it's going to shock. A lot of people that hitting is generally not the problem. there's an underlying black scale or underlying social emotional challenge and the result of that is the hitting and so we have to as the caregivers at home at skoll really observe especially when these behaviors are happening and really a lot of data is their time of the day. The behaviors happening. Like what are the patterns was happening before what's happening during what's happening after to really identify what that underlying problem or underlying challenge is that the child is having in these situations so for hitting a lot of times. The problem is lack of ability to express themselves or they don't have the language to solve the problem. Maybe it's over toy so the child might be hitting because they wanna toy and the way that they know how to get thanks to a physical means right and it's not their fault and a lot of times we get so frustrated you know like you say none of our emotions even as the adult or wrong now as adults we have to in these situations manage our emotions during this time and respond thoughtfully so that we can be in a place where we can really help them as opposed to making this situation worse. Because if we're not able to manage our emotions and then how do we expect to teach the child to not just react emotionally. When they have a problem that they can't solve and most of the talking is going to happen now in the heat of the moment. Most of the learning is going to happen when you're talking about it later and so that's something that parents and teachers can do to kind of tell the story of what happened prior and talk about ways to handle the problem that they're having now. The other thing too is developmentally appropriate expectations a lot of times. We're expecting a two year old to share when they physiologically cannot do that. There were expecting wait for long periods of time without getting antsy and moving around and so sometimes we don't have developmentally appropriate expectations here also be the emotional climate and the room energy really does affect the emotions which affects the behavior right so for teachers constantly saying no no no no no and is yelling at the children. That's going to create a lot of stress in the room. And then i'm more likely there's going to be biding. There's going to be heading now. A lot of what. I've talked about up to. This point has been things in the classroom and know there's parents out there like okay.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at US Supreme Court

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at US Supreme Court

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg is lying in repose at the Supreme Court from member station W. AM You Daniela Chazz, Low reports, Mourners felt a personal connection. Mourners poured in from across the country 21 year old college student Riley Busby says she traveled three hours from Williamsburg, Virginia, to walk past Ginsberg's casket. Then, Busby said across the street from the high court for hours, even though it's cut in Sicily. It feels like what I leave. She's gone and we've lost her. When it was spend as much time as I can write here with one of my heroes. Many of those who came to remember the late justice were masks bearing pictures of Ginsberg's face, and some carried flowers and posters that justice will lie in repose again Thursday at the court, and on Friday, she will be the first woman to lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. For NPR News. I'm Daniella Chess Bow in Washington Kentucky

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Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

Dan Proft

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

"Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes, commenting yesterday on what should and should not be investigated between the Jacob Lake Police involved shooting and the Kyle Rittenhouse case. The shooting and killing of Two rioters. Injuring of another guy's investigation is ongoing. But we don't need an investigation and know that Blake shooting falls in a long and painful pattern of violence, and this is a pattern of violence that happens against black lives too often. Across this country. And as you all know, we saw even more gun violence unfold on Tuesday night when two protesters were tragically killed in one other injured by gunshots. Someone that wasn't looking to keep peace. An outside agitator. Someone who came in from Illinois with a long rifle was able to just walk the streets freely like that something normal that we just come to expect me till you have not anything normal. We shouldn't come to expect that We shouldn't accept it. Because what do you think is going to happen if you haven't agitated man with a long walking down the street? Thinking that he's some sort of peacekeeper, and that kind of behavior shouldn't be enabled, either, And we have to deal with the devastating results of that way. Saw that happen in Louisville already. We saw it happen in Charlottesville. Somebody ran their vehicle to protesters ahead there. Higher was killed now. Kenosha, Wisconsin is also home to that sort of tragic scene. We have to Not ever want to see that happen again. Hey, Lieutenant Governor Barnes. What about in Seattle? Where Ah, Two people were murdered inside the Chazz Chop Autonomous. Own father of 19 Year old was murdered. Just filed a $3 billion lawsuit against the city. What about the violence there? What about Violence against police officers, including committed by Jacob Blake, resisting arrest prior to him being shot. Is that something that's relevant the number of times that Jacob Lake had to comply with police officers before it escalated to the shooting. And while we're manufacturing characterizations of Kyle Riton house, what about the actual records of not only the writers who were killed A convicted sex offender who was according to New York Times reporting, charging Riton house a somebody who was convicted of unlawful use of a weapon and in time public intoxication, who was shot and wounded. The other individual also The other individual killed. The other writer killed also criminal record. Should we talk about Jacob Lakes from El Record and what he was doing at his ex girlfriend's house in the first place? If you want to provide context in the conversation, fine, let's do it across the board and let's separate what we actually know. Versus what the left is hoping is true. Hoping something is true versus what you actually know, are two different things. What's the evidentially standard for making determinations about prosecution's about judgment calls? It seems that one of the questions that Governor Evers and lieutenant Governor Barnes and federal politicians from Diana Presley Kamala Harris to Joe Biden Don't want to comment on is that interesting

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Seattle protesters call for defunding of police

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle protesters call for defunding of police

"Peacefully peacefully marching marching in in Seattle Seattle last last night night is is the the City City Council Council prepares prepares to to vote vote on on that that massive massive cut to the police budget. Council member shall muscle want like protesters with a message to defund the Seattle police budget. They want the money to be invested in working class communities of color. The City Council police the Seattle Police Officers Guild released this video petition to stop the de funding campaign. The spot president says the proposed the funding will fire at least 800 officers. Create longer 911 response times and crime will go up at an alarming rate. If the council gets their wishes to defund us by 50% shop, or Chazz will look like child's play across the city. It's almost Tammy Matassa reporting

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"chazz" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"chazz" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Walk away campaign dot or GE. Brandon, You went to Chazz Chop Chazz Bono. What do they call it? Jazz A stand. You went there, undercover. Tell us about that. Sure, I went into the Chazz District of Seattle. Um, actually dressed as a black lives matter activists, I went with several members of my team on kind of a covert camera crew. And basically, what we wanted to do was the reason why I chose to go in kind of undercover is because I wanted to sort of have disarming conversations with people to just get a really accurate, true feel for the mind set of the people inside and you know what their intentions were, what their goals where and what it was really all about. I didn't want to go in, you know, with the intention of just trolling them or trying to get a reaction. I really wanted to find out. You know where their heads were at. And so I can tell you that I talked to a lot of people and some of them were very, very nice, very good people who have really good intentions, although I think incredibly misguided. One thing that really struck me was for the people who were very Good natured and I think came from a good place Wass. They sort of had this mentality that was very similar similar to the hippie movement of the 19 sixties. And what was sort of funny about it was it didn't seem to realize that this is all dissolved. Been done before. You know, when I was talking to them. A lot of them were like, Yeah, man, you know, we just sort of have way want to like Build this community. We're like I take care of you. And you take care of me. And we don't really worry about having police did all this stuff and I'm like, Yeah, the hippie movement. This has been done before We we've seen this movie. But then there was other things going on in there. That was a lot more. Ah, troubling, disturbing, I think than that and I'll say So here's one instant instance on What I noticed Wass for all of the people in Chazz, who are black. They were treated with a certain level of superiority and sensitivity. Any time there was one black man who was walking around and he was breaking things and kind of damaging things and yelling at people, and when he would do this, all the white people around him were very sort of subservience and sort of like Don't upset him. Don't upset him, You know is Are you okay? Are you okay? And then there was an incident shortly after that. There's a large sort of baseball playing field. And a naked white man walked onto the field, which upset a lot of black people who were on the field, and they demanded that he be removed. And literally started shouting Security, security and all of these white people came running to the field to remove the naked white man, and they were clearly Very, very, very concerned with how the black people felt about this, and it was just so striking. If you were there to see that they're they're really building this culture. Of black supremacy one and two. Sort of pandering to and in almost in fantasizing black people and their feelings and their emotions, and it's a very, very bizarre culture that was being built. You vandalizing black people is.

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"chazz" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"chazz" Discussed on 600 WREC

"She leave the area or meet with protestors demands and she came out and she said This has gotta stop. The protesters were there without regard for the safety of me or my family? Oh, so now you care. You have the people in in Seattle that are really upset and suing the city now and people who said Look, when they first came here in the area, I agreed with him. But this is this is turning into a death zone. It's got to stop and I will say complete coincidence, and some people are going to try to tie these two things together, and I think it's despicable if you do that. Cooly complete coincidence that right after they protest the mayor's house today, they wind up breaking Chazz and chopped up. Police have now re taken Chazz and shop. That's a complete coincidence. It's definitely not tied to the protest at the mayor's house. She's fine with them being and doing all these terrible things to these business owners and residents of that area. But now that it's residents of her area, some people might say Hey, it's odd that you would make sure that this gets done right after your home is pro tested. I just want to say on the record, no ties at all completely disconnected, random coincidence of the calendar, Nothing could be further than the truth. Absolutely. So I think that this is actually going to work. In our favour if we don't Screw it up if we're just very, very careful. But I I think this is coming undone. I think people are sick and tired of it. And I think you know it was. It was easy to say that if you support the political movement because of its name Instead of what it actually claims to stand for. You might be useful Idiot. Well, that's remains true, but I think more and more people are now going. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Black lives matter. They mean they mean what When you see 00 AOC. She's upset because they cut a $1,000,000,000 of the New York City Police Department Ah $1,000,000,000. She said. That's not enough, she said. When we say defund the police, we mean defund the police. That's insanity. Insanity, and I think people know that. Yeah, I think it looks, um, you know we've been talking about we haven't spent that much time on the election because it's been there's been so many other things going on, as opposed to a normal year. We're basically right now. That's all we'd be talking about. But if you look at the strategy, the battle plan for Trump as it were. I think the probably the biggest key to it is for him to essentially portray, and there's plenty of evidence to do this. That Joe Biden is a Trojan horse for You need to make people in the suburbs understand that If Biden gets in there, the people who are actually going to be running the show are going to be people like AOC, like the mayor of Seattle, like Ah, you know, all of the activists left. They're going to be the ones with the power. They're the ones showing the influence. Highlight all those times that Joe Biden and refuses to stand up and say Burning down a target is wrong. I mean, that is not like Joe Biden is never going to be a guy. He's not an activist. He's not type of guy who's going to be out there, you know, lighting targets on fire himself. AOC If she's not in Congress is down there in helping write like that, essentially who she is. That's a totally different scenario. Joe Biden's not that guy. But it is true that he is going to allow a lot of influence from that movement because they're going to be the ones that get him in the White House. And if that happens, you're talking about a country that could be out of control very quickly. If you liked the feeling that you had when you were watching your local town burned to the ground If you like the idea of all these minority owned businesses, which by the way today in Minneapolis are all still boarded up or rebel. If you like that in your town, then go ahead and vote for this guy. That's the message. I think he needs to bring constantly and more publicly that he's been doing and it needs to be focused and intense right now. It's been, you know, like, you know, he could have his fun. He can have his rallies. But I think right now he's still struggling to figure out how to deal with all these different quite all these crises and everything else that he's that he's had to deal with. When we get closer to the election, that sort of focus is going to be on Joe Biden. Can Joe Biden fight that off? I've seen no evidence that he's capable of doing that. And when America starts to focus on, Okay, this is a choice between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Because, of course, that's how America sees these things. It's one or the other. If they see it that way. It's gonna be a lot harder for Joe Biden to have 14 point leads in these polls. People are not going. You know when, if he's able to portray him as a Trojan horse for this Movement. Then he has a good chance of winning. He's currently losing. I mean, like the polls are not good for Donald Trump right now, but it doesn't really matter yet, but we're getting closer and closer to the time that it will matter. And if he doesn't, you know, float right? We're still having this conversation at the end of the summer. Glenn when we're like, Oh, well, it's still early. He's in real trouble. He needs to be able to come up with a focus plan. And you saw him, I think and Hannah Hannity the other night. I ask him a question about what he was gonna do in the second term, and he just I mean, he said, basically nothing. He said. You know, I have got well. Experience is important. Well, okay. Yeah, I mean experience is important. We need to be able to articulate to people what you're going to do why this is going to be important. I believe Trump's just not there yet because of everything else going on and at some point he's going to transform into Campaign mode, and that's going to be a focus of his. When that happens, the American people are going to be forced to deal with think of the, you know, deal with a real concept of having Joe Biden running their country. A guy who can't get through 3 to 4 sentences in a row without falling asleep. That's a that's a good thing for the American people to embrace. And I don't think it's just that I don't think it's coming to grips with Joe Biden being the president. It is the left. Taking control of the executive branch, the Senate, the House on DH. And them being able to do whatever they want. Ah, I think that's the real danger here. It's not just Joe Biden is just sleepy. Joe is a Joe Biden is a is going to be a puppet. Of whom I don't know, but doesn't seem like they're not so far away from the left. All right..

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"chazz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"chazz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Chazz Palminteri will be here. Some guys from court TV and some other guy over polygon. Yes. And General Motors. Three times. It's Columbus Day all over again. Percent for Matt for Jill and for that. Hobby. Sounds great Tuesday tomorrow at six everybody. Diet dot com to the Cumulus station. Thirty seven WABC New York. Vernon said in the morning. Expect the mother report Thursday Forty-six, I'm Debra Valentine with stories that'd be talking about on seventy seven WABC. The US Justice department will release the mother report Thursday correspondent ABBIE Philip says the White House is ready for its release pretty Giuliani. The president's lawyer says that the plan for the Muller report is going to be for them to release a short statement. And then do something a little bit longer. Once they have a sense of what's actually in the report redacted findings expected to be sent to congress and made available to the public. President Trump has a competitor for the twenty twenty Republican primary nod for Massachusetts Governor William weld who ran for vice president two years ago on the libertarian ticket announcing on Monday, I really think if we have six more years of the same stuff we've had out of the White House the last two years that would be a political tragedy, and I would fear for the Republic. The Republican National Committee in January issued a non binding resolution to declare the party's undivided support for Trump worldwide condolences and offer. Of help from around the world, including in the US from President Trump after fire ravaged Paris's Notre Dame.

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