35 Burst results for "Cope"

Donald Trump: Coping With the Liberal B.S.

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | Last week

Donald Trump: Coping With the Liberal B.S.

"Do you cope with all of this? I'm not sure the average American could put up with all of the crap you get and part of my language, sir. But the cramp you get from the deep state and the mainstream media and the Democrats. Well, you know, I get it a lot two days ago, a friend of mine. I actually mentioned it last night. I was doing a friend of yours, Sean Hannity. I did a show last night. And I think it's going to be on tonight also. It's a double. We had a going so good that I think you got two hours out of it. You want to know the truth. But I mentioned that guy came up very successful, man. Probably you heard of him. I will give you this name, but a very successful guy. And he has me pulled me aside. He said, could I ask you a question? How do you take it? How do you take what they do? And I said, do I have a choice? I mean, it'd be wonderful if I had a choice. I don't. These people are sick. I really believe they hate our country. There's something wrong when you don't want to have borders when you don't want to have low gasoline prices and energy prices. We were energy independent and even dominant. We're getting to be dominant. We would have been more dominant than Russia and Saudi Arabia combined in a short while. But all these different things that we did with the biggest tax cuts and regulation cuts, everything, no inflation, we had to think going so good. And to think that we had it going so good. And how can anybody be against a border when you look at what's happening? You know, you probably heard two days ago. Venezuela dumped their prisoners into the United States of America. You saw that they opened up at jail cells. Very bad people. Very bad people, mister president.

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 Britain to see 80% spike in energy bills as crisis worsens

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Britain to see 80% spike in energy bills as crisis worsens

"In the UK are struggling to cope as energy and food prices skyrocket during the country's worst cost of living crisis in a generation and things are getting worse The country's energy regulator has announced UK residents will see an 80% increase in their annual household energy bills following a record 54% spike in April The latest price cap the maximum amount that gas suppliers can charge customers per unit of energy will take effective 1st of October just as a cold month set in And bill's expected to rise again in January to blame for the increase is a soaring price of wholesale natural gas triggered by Russia's war in Ukraine

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Republicans Will Follow Trump to Any Darkness Now Says Charlie Pierce

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:07 min | Last month

Republicans Will Follow Trump to Any Darkness Now Says Charlie Pierce

"You wrote about you said, excuse me, the pardon me. Damn, espionage act, someone's playing for keeps here if we're talking about obstruction and about it. It has to be an Ajax. The stakes on this whole thing just went to the moon. And your whole other piece, there's no darkness Republicans won't follow Trump into now. I mean, we keep wondering where the line is and we just did a story about Sean Hannity talking about, oh no, no, you can run if you're a felon. Yeah. There's basically admitting that Trump's going to be found guilty. Right. Yes. You're going to go at it. You're going to go out on the road and seek the one armed man who stashed the documents. Yes, exactly. But I love the way you put it. You said one major crime against the republic at a time, please. I mean, the fact that this happened while we're still investigating sedition against the that to me is amazing that this is sort of that violations of the espionage act, which, by the way, is a terrible launch, should be changed. But violations of the espionage act are a sideshow to overthrowing the government. I'm sorry, I can't cope with this. Yes. Let's get one at a time here.

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Boredom, loneliness plague Ukrainian youth near front line

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Boredom, loneliness plague Ukrainian youth near front line

"Boredom and loneliness are plaguing Ukrainian children near the front lines of the war 12 year old Anastasia alexandrova clutches her phone barely noticing the sound of distant shelling She says all my Friends already left and my own life was changed School is online She's living with her grandparents in eastern Ukraine the teens and children remaining in that part of the country like Anastasia are retreating into social media video games and other digital technology to cope with the isolation and stress of Russia's war that rages on Cities have largely emptied after hundreds of thousands of evacuated from the embattled Donetsk region I'm Julie Walker

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Police kill 13 after capturing suspects burying one of their officers

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Police kill 13 after capturing suspects burying one of their officers

"Overwhelmed police departments are trying to cope with dwindling staffing problems I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest In American cities police departments are losing officers and can't find enough recruits to replace them Sergeant Travis garrison with aggression organ police department says routinely respond to shootings but if the person is going to survive we are not going to follow up on that Pandemic burnout budget cuts and anti police protests have combined to reduce police ranks and many departments are downsizing Los Angeles Police chief Michael Moore says the number of our specialized units have been either disbanded or significantly downsized as a result of the reduction in our workforce The trend has affected residents in ways large and small some officers say it could take years to resolve the problem

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Why America Is Worth the Fight

The Officer Tatum Show

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Why America Is Worth the Fight

"All the things that Biden has accomplished and why they want to get rid of the guy. I absolutely don't know. I do want to wrap this up. I intended to finish before the break, but I think it's important that we go through this. And then I want to move on to what's happening with cope and in some news that you should know about, oh, oh, oh, oh. Oh yeah, they're finally coming out with studies admitting that we were right all along and that the masks don't work. So we'll get into that. Also, oh my God, another study natural immunity to COVID gives 97% protection against severe reinfection for many months. That's not the case with the vaccine. You know what the experts told us? With the liars told us with the fascist Fauci of the world told us, the guy that hasn't practiced medicine for what, over three decades. On believable. But understand what the left is trying to do all of their decisions are calculated. All of them are intentional. The question is, are you going to be a citizen or a subject? And guys, let me tell you right now, this isn't just about this election cycle. It's not just about 2022. It's not just about 2024. It's not even just about 2028. I'm telling you that we're going to have to fight for our lifetime in America is worth it. You're going to have to teach your kids about the constitution and why it's important. You're going to have to teach your kids American history and why this nation is so great because the left isn't going to do it in these government schools. They're going to do the exact opposite. And I understand not all people can afford to put their kids in a private school, not all people can handle taking their kids out of school and homeschooling, but if you can do so.

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Report: UK clearly overwhelmed by surge in migrant crossings

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Report: UK clearly overwhelmed by surge in migrant crossings

"An independent inspection has found that Britain's response to growing numbers of migrants crossing the English Channel on small boats is poor and officials are clearly overwhelmed on some days The review by David Neal the chief inspector of borders and immigration is among critical reports published this week on the British government's handling of migration and asylum seekers a thought is have been struggling to cope with an increasing flow of people fleeing countries such as Afghanistan Somalia and Iraq to seek asylum and better opportunities in the UK since the start of the year around 15,000 people have reached British shores of the crossing the English Channel One of the world's busiest shipping lanes from France in the unseaworthy vessels like rubber dinghies London

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 N. Korea suggests balloons flown from South brought COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

N. Korea suggests balloons flown from South brought COVID-19

"North Korea has condemned joint U.S. South Korean and Japanese military cooperation warning that the move is prompting them to reinforce their military capability North Korea's foreign ministry released a statement saying the current situation more urgently calls for building up the country's defense In order to cope with what they call the rapid aggravation of the security environment of the Korean Peninsula and the rest of the world the statement was a reaction to a trilateral meeting that took place on the sidelines of the NATO summit last week In the meeting the three parties affirmed the need to strengthen their cooperation to deal with North Korean nuclear threats North Korea views U.S. led joint military exercises in the region as an invasion rehearsal Washington and Seoul have repeatedly said they have no intentions of attacking the north

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 South Africans struggle in the dark to cope with power cuts

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

South Africans struggle in the dark to cope with power cuts

"South Africa is struggling with increased power cuts that have hit households and businesses across the country Whilst power cuts are an ordinary occurrence in the African nation recently the cuts have become so severe that some residents and businesses are going without power for more than 9 hours a day The prolonged cuts come in the winter months of the southern hemisphere when demand for power for light heat and cooking is at an all time high Stay tuned power utility Eskom has extended the cuts due to power plant breakdowns a worker strike and corruption

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 Protesters gather as G-7 leaders set to arrive in Germany

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Protesters gather as G-7 leaders set to arrive in Germany

"Protesters are gathering as G 7 leaders set to arrive in Germany An estimated 1000 protesters are gathering in Munich as the group of 7 leading economic powers hold their annual conference in the Bavarian Alps Germany holds the G seven's rotating presidency this year and oxfam spokesman tells The Associated Press we need concrete action to cope with multiple crises of our times He says the G 7 have to act immediately and fight hunger inequality and poverty Germany's top security official has called on protesters to refrain from violence I'm Charles De

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Young caregivers 'exist in the shadows,' offer crucial help

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Young caregivers 'exist in the shadows,' offer crucial help

"Millions of children in the U.S. are said to be providing some form of home care to a loved one according to a researcher with a program to help 11 and 9 year old brothers ronin and Keaton cotija helped take care of their dad who's in a wheelchair with ALS How put him in bed and get him out of bed put him in the bathroom Their mom says paid help doesn't cover 24 hour care and she can't do it without the boys It's not easy but it's not the best thing like if there's one wish it would be that a dad didn't have ALS so we could do a lot more fun things with him Doctor Melinda kavanagh's why care program gives kids not only caregivers skills but coping ones as well There's no way there's less than 10 million children in this country providing care if not more And they exist in the shadows because we don't look at a child and say oh maybe they're providing care I'm Julie Walker

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Surfer helps families honor loved ones with 'one last wave'

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Surfer helps families honor loved ones with 'one last wave'

"A surfer is helping families honor loved ones with one last wave When Dan Fisher catches a wave along the shores of Newport Rhode Island he pays tribute to his dad who died three years ago by writing his name on his surfboard When I felt deeply connected to him seeing his name on the board I decided to open it up to the world but I didn't have any expectations that it would resonate that it has Fisher created the one last wave project to use the healing power of the ocean to help families coping with loss We're going to put on kinley Sexton's name She was 6 years old when she passed away He then takes the board out and gives these people in spirit one last wave So when I look down and I see the water washing over their names I feel them close to me I feel as if they're out there with me on the board experiencing something that was so meaningful to them Fisher's first two boards are full of names He's working on a third I'm Ed

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Ukraine: Russians withdraw from around Kharkiv, batter east

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Ukraine: Russians withdraw from around Kharkiv, batter east

"Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops are are are are withdrawing withdrawing withdrawing withdrawing from from from from Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's second second second second largest largest largest largest city city city city after after after after weeks weeks weeks weeks of of of of heavy heavy heavy heavy bombardment bombardment bombardment bombardment he he he he craning craning craning craning authorities authorities authorities authorities said said said said Russia Russia Russia Russia was was was was pulling pulling pulling pulling back back back back from from from from the the the the northeastern northeastern northeastern northeastern city city city city of of of of cut cut cut cut Keefe Keefe Keefe Keefe and and and and focusing focusing focusing focusing on on on on guarding guarding guarding guarding supply supply supply supply routes routes routes routes the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian ministry ministry ministry ministry continues continues continues continues however however however however to to to to launch launch launch launch strikes strikes strikes strikes in in in in the the the the eastern eastern eastern eastern Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk region region region region in in in in order order order order to to to to try try try try to to to to weaken weaken weaken weaken Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian resistance resistance resistance resistance the the the the cranium cranium cranium cranium defense defense defense defense minister minister minister minister Alexey Alexey Alexey Alexey destiny destiny destiny destiny cope cope cope cope said said said said Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine was was was was entering entering entering entering a a a a new new new new long long long long term term term term phase phase phase phase of of of of the the the the war war war war president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir sedans sedans sedans sedans keys keys keys keys said said said said Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukrainians with with with with doing doing doing doing them them them them maximum maximum maximum maximum to to to to drive drive drive drive out out out out the the the the invaders invaders invaders invaders and and and and that that that that the the the the outcome outcome outcome outcome of of of of the the the the war war war war would would would would depend depend depend depend on on on on support support support support from from from from Europe Europe Europe Europe and and and and other other other other allies allies allies allies I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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 Queen attends horse show in first public appearance in weeks

AP News Radio

00:01 sec | 4 months ago

Queen attends horse show in first public appearance in weeks

"Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this month month month London London London the the the British British British queen queen queen has has has attended attended attended the the the royal royal royal Windsor Windsor Windsor horse horse horse show show show watching watching watching her her her beloved beloved beloved and and and quoins quoins quoins from from from the the the comfort comfort comfort of of of a a a range range range rover rover rover before before before walking walking walking to to to help help help folks folks folks in in in her her her first first first public public public appearance appearance appearance in in in person person person in in in weeks weeks weeks sat sat sat in in in the the the front front front passenger passenger passenger seat seat seat of of of the the the car car car and and and spoke spoke spoke to to to a a a small small small group group group through through through the the the window window window after after after pulling pulling pulling up up up to to to the the the parade parade parade ground ground ground near near near Windsor Windsor Windsor Castle Castle Castle she she she seemed seemed seemed relaxed relaxed relaxed and and and smiled smiled smiled while while while dozens dozens dozens of of of photographers photographers photographers a a a few few few feet feet feet away away away trying trying trying to to to capture capture capture the the the moment moment moment the the the queen's queen's queen's public public public appearances appearances appearances are are are being being being closely closely closely watched watched watched as as as Britain Britain Britain prepares prepares prepares to to to celebrate celebrate celebrate the the the moments moments moments seventy seventy seventy years years years on on on the the the throne throne throne with with with four four four days days days of of of festivities festivities festivities from from from June June June to to to the the the Barclays Barclays Barclays ninety ninety ninety six six six this this this could could could tell tell tell her her her schedule schedule schedule in in in recent recent recent months months months as as as she she she recovered recovered recovered from from from Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland nineteen nineteen nineteen and and and coped coped coped with with with unspecified unspecified unspecified difficulties difficulties difficulties in in in moving moving moving around around around Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this month month month London London London the the the British British British queen queen queen has has has attended attended attended the the the royal royal royal Windsor Windsor Windsor horse horse horse show show show watching watching watching her her her beloved beloved beloved and and and quoins quoins quoins from from from

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Senate confirms Powell for 2nd term as Fed fights inflation

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Senate confirms Powell for 2nd term as Fed fights inflation

"The the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate has has has has confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell for for for for a a a a second second second second four four four four year year year year term term term term as as as as federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve chair chair chair chair I'm I'm I'm I'm bad bad bad bad Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest on on on on this this this this vote vote vote vote the the the the yeas yeas yeas yeas are are are are AT AT AT AT the the the the nays nays nays nays nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen and and and and the the the the nomination nomination nomination nomination is is is is confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed the the the the final final final final tally tally tally tally overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan the the the the eighty eighty eighty eighty to to to to nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen vote vote vote vote reflecting reflecting reflecting reflecting broad broad broad broad support support support support for for for for not not not not only only only only Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell but but but but the the the the fence fence fence fence drive drive drive drive to to to to combat combat combat combat surging surging surging surging prices prices prices prices through through through through a a a a series series series series of of of of sharp sharp sharp sharp interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes that that that that could could could could extend extend extend extend well well well well into into into into next next next next year year year year the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's goal goal goal goal is is is is to to to to slow slow slow slow borrowing borrowing borrowing borrowing and and and and spending spending spending spending enough enough enough enough to to to to ease ease ease ease inflation inflation inflation inflation which which which which is is is is at at at at its its its its highest highest highest highest in in in in four four four four decades decades decades decades most most most most Republicans Republicans Republicans Republicans blame blame blame blame president president president president Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's one one one one point point point point nine nine nine nine trillion trillion trillion trillion dollar dollar dollar dollar cope cope cope cope with with with with relief relief relief relief package package package package for for for for it it it it rather rather rather rather than than than than the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's ultralow ultralow ultralow ultralow interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates but but but but many many many many economists economists economists economists have have have have criticized criticized criticized criticized the the the the fed fed fed fed for for for for waiting waiting waiting waiting too too too too long long long long to to to to respond respond respond respond to to to to worsening worsening worsening worsening inflation inflation inflation inflation making making making making taming taming taming taming it it it it harder harder harder harder and and and and riskier riskier riskier riskier Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Azov commander on situation at Mariupol steel plant

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Azov commander on situation at Mariupol steel plant

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Russia's war heats up cooking oil prices in global squeeze

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

Russia's war heats up cooking oil prices in global squeeze

"One one one one of of of of the the the the many many many many food food food food costs costs costs costs that that that that is is is is risen risen risen risen in in in in recent recent recent recent months months months months is is is is that that that that of of of of cooking cooking cooking cooking oil oil oil oil due due due due in in in in part part part part to to to to the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine it's it's it's hitting hitting hitting many many many households households households around around around the the the globe globe globe and and and also also also restaurants restaurants restaurants and and and street street street vendors vendors vendors to to to fry fry fry their their their food food food vegetable vegetable vegetable oil oil oil prices prices prices hit hit hit a a a record record record high high high in in in February February February and and and then then then went went went up up up another another another twenty twenty twenty three three three percent percent percent last last last month month month agricultural agricultural agricultural analyst analyst analyst Stephen Stephen Stephen Matthews Matthews Matthews with with with grow grow grow intelligence intelligence intelligence says says says the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic labor labor labor shortages shortages shortages and and and poor poor poor harvests harvests harvests set set set the the the stage stage stage for for for this this this surge surge surge in in in cooking cooking cooking oil oil oil prices prices prices forty forty forty percent percent percent and and and some some some cases cases cases in in in some some some vegetable vegetable vegetable oils oils oils and and and in in in case case case of of of sunflower sunflower sunflower oil oil oil we we we can't can't can't even even even get get get it it it even even even if if if you you you wanna wanna wanna because because because of of of the the the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine or or or Russia Russia Russia and and and Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine are are are the the the top top top exporters exporters exporters providing providing providing more more more than than than half half half the the the world's world's world's sunflower sunflower sunflower oil oil oil this this this fish fish fish and and and chips chips chips vendor vendor vendor in in in London London London says says says he he he doesn't doesn't doesn't know know know if if if he he he can can can stay stay stay in in in business business business very very very very very very scary scary scary and and and I I I don't don't don't know know know how how how our our our industry industry industry fish fish fish and and and chips chips chips industry's industry's industry's going going going to to to cope cope cope hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Rio's flamboyant Carnival parade is back after the pandemic

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Rio's flamboyant Carnival parade is back after the pandemic

"Rio Rio Rio Rio de de de de Janeiro's Janeiro's Janeiro's Janeiro's flamboyant flamboyant flamboyant flamboyant carnival carnival carnival carnival celebration celebration celebration celebration is is is is back back back back after after after after the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic halted halted halted halted the the the the dazzling dazzling dazzling dazzling displays displays displays displays the the the sound sound sound of of of drums drums drums and and and music music music filled filled filled the the the summit summit summit on on on Friday Friday Friday night night night where where where tens tens tens of of of thousands thousands thousands came came came out out out to to to watch watch watch Rios Rios Rios tops tops tops on on on the the the schools schools schools performed performed performed in in in the the the weekend weekend weekend long long long competition competition competition the the the venue venue venue has has has been been been home home home to to to the the the parade parade parade since since since the the the nineteen nineteen nineteen eighties eighties eighties and and and it's it's it's a a a symbol symbol symbol of of of Brazil's Brazil's Brazil's carnival carnival carnival festivities festivities festivities somehow somehow somehow also also also kicked kicked kicked off off off its its its carnival carnival carnival parade parade parade Friday Friday Friday evening evening evening both both both cities cities cities celebrations celebrations celebrations usually usually usually take take take place place place in in in February February February or or or March March March but but but they they they were were were postponed postponed postponed until until until now now now due due due to to to cope cope cope with with with concerns concerns concerns I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker

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"cope" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

THE BRENDON SHOW

09:52 min | 9 months ago

"cope" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

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"cope" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners

Mindfulness For Beginners

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"cope" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners

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"cope" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners

Mindfulness For Beginners

04:56 min | 11 months ago

"cope" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners

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"cope" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners

Mindfulness For Beginners

05:38 min | 11 months ago

"cope" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners

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"cope" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"cope" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"So you know. They seized the agency seized sixty nine. Seventy to sixty two of seventy two traps. Excuse me now. They're going to hold part of its its traps. And they're not going to release them for a time undetermined which will be sometime after the court case and the department didn't say whether the what happened to the lobster. Now mr pope says the cats whose worth seven thousand and he plans to file complaint. And i don't blame him. I would file a complaint. I think they're in violation. According to the way this article positioned itself that they were in violation of federal law that mr cope but the agency that confiscated his lobster equipment. Exactly it should be the catch plus the cost to replace every single trap that was damaged by the department. The question and what. Mr cope states. In the article he will harvest lobster again as soon as his gears repair. And he's to appear in court on july eighteenth. Well if this judge is going to be fair he's going to paul. Mr copes right to fish under the nineteen ninety nine treaty. That says he can. Under the one thousand nine hundred ninety nine landmark marshall ruling not not uphold not uphold the treaty with. You know speculative condition no correct now agency that took mr pope's stole mr copes property they didn't have substantial a compelling purpose to do so out season come on So you know. I wish mr cope luck in his court case. I'm hoping the judge will say. Hey you know. Canadian federal agency. You were out of line and i hope he wins. Some sort of you know monetary compensation for the damage that he's received and for the pain and suffering that he's received so good luck to you. Mr cope you win. I'm gonna try to keep an eye on this case and find out what the disposition is absolutely and it's how it's always one of these things too when you're when you're waiting for the judge's decision judge of all right it's during the table with clinched fists right know and white knuckled because you want justice to be served in in.

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"cope" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio

Supreme Clientele Radio

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"cope" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio

"What happened was when i was i was in folio right on kingsbridge and i'm bombing did like about ten th ropes and then i would be in the talk. 'cause saint james park if you look down as a park cambridge ford road into wrong so i bought yo yo which right look down. I see like a few dudes. And i say three dues on recognized richard swan and bouza and is do d from walk from d. t. f. b. a crew quality forum boys Tom nook and ask your talk. Do i knew teak who it was right. I see the tall doing can cope soap. Don't wanna to you meet me at the station. I looked at he. Could you know nigga was alleging ready burning the lunch. So i'm like. Oh i always see teak him but i never say the angle scary back. let me go to train stacey what he wants targeted a train station and swan. Run into me and boozer like your coat breakout. I'm like the fuck out. What was going on. They should all she could come up with a bat. And he swiped the my head. And i leave. Oh that's hit like the polling station. And i'll see what the fox going on and he was like. Yo th get the fucking coming to go sharks dow. We're going to go sean and do throw ups. i will bomb and breakout but tiki rango shot. If he caught you in niggers no he caught your net. That was it. You took your clothes your money your sneakers. I retract on eggs in the river. He was like he was ill him and all his boys bathroom and they should have serious. I got tika china crack my head with a bat. This little do. I would have fought but i was just too small back then. He was crazy. He looked like one of them warrior negatives from the warriors you know with the bandanna on his head and it was particularly it is bugged out..

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"cope" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

Hacking Your Leadership

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

"Are For this week's episode Arnold talking about something called terror management theory. . Is a social psychology theory created more than thirty years ago by Professor Jeff Greenberg at the University of Arizona it basically says that when facing our own mortality, , we've human beings attempt to eliminate the associated feelings of terror by doubling down on the values. . We already hold specifically the ones that had meaning to our lives and by investing in people who seem to subscribe to those same values. . Great so is on a leadership podcast. . Will. . Because over the last six months covid nineteen is forced millions of us to face our on mortality. . And ERTA lesson those feelings of dread. . Every one of US subconsciously is doing things that allow us to feel like we're valuable contributors to a meaningful world. . After. . All. . If I'm an important worker, , an entrepreneur, , a teacher, , a scientist, , a doctor apparent. . I'm much more capable of believing that some part of me will carry on after death that might impact might be enduring. . Because of Corona virus were reminded of death all the time. . This will react in ways that support the values we already hold dear and will gravitate towards leaders whose actions appear to support those values to. . It also means people who already have a difficult time believing they contribute value to a meaningful world or even though we live in a meeting for wall to begin with are likely struggling. . The more people struggle with this, , the less likely to be successful at mitigating those feelings of terror and the more likely they are to interpret difficult but manageable situations, , tasks and responsibilities as overwhelming. . These people will also need to assign blame and because assigning blame to the cause of their actual fears isn't really helpful. . They'll find people to blame for the frustrations they experience in those overwhelming situations, , tasks and responsibilities think about your current group of direct reports I bet there's one or two of fit this bill. . By turning on the news, , we can see the negative impact of this phenomenon on the growing political divide in America but not taking into account can also undermine your ability to lead support develop your team. . If your leader a people and what you're hearing now is resonating with you. . The first thing to do is really understand that everyone deals with mortality differently and should try to meet your people where they are rather than having the same expectations of their grit as you did a year ago. . And I think people should be let off the hook for the expectations of their job when people have a job to do the expectations to get done are perfectly appropriate even during a pandemic. . But I'm saying is that some people who were able to move through challenges with easy year-ago might need a bit more compassion now and leaders who provide it will have the teams who bounced back the quickest months. The . fears truly gone. .

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"cope" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

Ramsey Call of the Day

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

"Is with US and Richmond Virginia Hi Kisha. . How are you? ? I'm well, , how are you? ? Good how can we help? ? WELL THIS IS A. . Doctor John <hes>. . Alley but. . I have bipolar disorder <hes> among some other things and. . Through the years, , I've made a lot of bad decisions and mistakes when it comes to money. . <hes>. . Probably about five or six years ago I had a really bad episode and <hes> I got myself into a lot of guts. . <hes> and. . I'm still digging out of it and. . Basically. . I know the things I need I should be doing I need to be doing to get out of that I. . still have problems with the with my fire polar where impulsive. . <hes>. . That makes it hard sometimes but are digging. . Taking your medication. . <hes>. . I not on anything at the moment. . I'm kind of coming off of something describes something new. . Okay. . Can you working with the psychiatrists right now? ? Yeah I have to find a new one because my insurance just said, , they're not going to cover any more <laughter>. . So so you got it bipolar one diagnosis and they're saying they're not gonNA cover anymore. . They're not gonNA cover the people were saying okay. . Hi somebody new. . So that's number one number two. . Do you have somebody in your life that helps you be accountable? ? <hes>. . My boyfriend helps them my mother <hes>. . But I? ? I am single. . I live alone. . And I'm asking you. . I'm asking you like a boyfriend in a mom. . Those are often not great at they're good cheerleaders and they're good neighbours. . They're not great accountability Partners D of somebody that you trust that would hold your debit card for you. . Decide you have cash. . Here's what I'm getting and you've got to set up some boundaries in your life and barriers that make it very challenging for you when you're getting a manic state to do something that you're GonNa have to live with for two three, , five, six, , , seven years. . That's what I'm getting. . What I'm wanting to know what we need to do. . So you need to find somebody probably not a boyfriend are you in a church? ? and not at the moment. . Yeah you've got to find whether it's a church and a pastor whether it is a <hes>, , a bipolar group in your community that's got somebody that y'all can meet with regularly maybe it is your mom <hes> but somebody in your life that you can sit down and say, , I've got these Eileen this way when I'm having a manic state aniline this way when I'm in a super-low state and I need to set up some guardrails for myself but all this starts quite honestly Kisha you gotta you gotTa Take Your Medication and Vokes with bipolar one are notorious for getting in there and feeling better feeling a bit leveled out and then they quit and think everything's all good and then they. . They stop right and they go right back to where they were. . So that's my big recommendation to you is get with a psychiatrist asap someone that you trust not this just gonNA dopey up and say, all , right going this on your way who's going to talk to you learn about you and then you're gonNA have to get some accountability in your community. . That's GonNa, , help you when we're about to get off the rails Keisha, , your finances, , he'll only to the extent you try.

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"cope" Discussed on Scary Mommy Speaks

Scary Mommy Speaks

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Scary Mommy Speaks

"So there's the sense of loss really that goes around with all of that in finding ways to connect to people in your family, connect with friends that you normally saw on a regular basis that add some layer of normalcy back to everything. That's going on at a time. That's not normal at all, and it really will help with. With people with their mental health, reducing that of isolation, but also reducing that sense of loss, and the grieving that goes along with that sense of loss as well so we've all been zooming so so much right now that a lot of us are getting zoom fatigue. Are there any other ways that we can really connect or manager? Zoom Times Times? We don't get tired of it. So that is a really really great question and soon fatigue Israel in especially if you have a mom that is working remotely and that most of her work has been termed into zoom meetings, there are many many of us living the zoom life right now, and so to have to zoom meetings associated with your employment which you have to do because you're working remotely, but then on top of that having someone say hey, join my you know, Zoom teatime, or during my zoom virtual cocktail hour. The thought of that could be almost overwhelming. If you've spent a good chunk of your day on Zuma ready in, so people have to be aware of what is their tolerance for certain things like? Like this and you can be zoomed out. It is possible to feel like that and just say I can't handle more zoom meeting today. I'm very very sorry, so maybe a quick video conference on your phone might be one way to do this group tax messages, and as restrictions start to get lifted depending upon where you live, and what it's like in your state, weather's getting better trying to find some ways to safely reintegrate back into society and be out of your house in talking to people.

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"cope" Discussed on Scary Mommy Speaks

Scary Mommy Speaks

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Scary Mommy Speaks

"This whole social isolation social distancing quarantining all these things that we've been going through in the last few months, and will probably continue in some version for the foreseeable future. Have almost all socialized us to isolate. We talked about this earlier that we've all been kind of socialized to stay in our house into isolate into not have contact with other people in that's the breeding ground for women to knock it help when they need it so within maintaining distance and keeping safe and staying away from people that are sick and taking care of yourself and all of those things. Really do reach out and be proactive, even if you're someone that's kind of uncomfortable talking about their feelings. Scary fierce US scary mommy speaks. And we're back with another episode. How's your week Ashley? It was pretty good, you know. I started to work out and I feel like it's really helping with my mental health. At this point in time. Do I look healthier to you? You actually do look healthier to me. You've got a glow. You're looking. Totally on board for that. Yeah, you know everybody has different ways of managing their stress. You know for me. It tends to be talking and talking a lot, and sometimes about my stress, sometimes about every other thing you know if there's one thing I know to be true about you. It is that you do love to talk and lucky for you. We're talking today about how to manage stress during this challenging time while we MOMS are raising our kids or our home with our. Our newborns and you know honestly. I could really use some tips because I have been home this entire.

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"cope" Discussed on Awareness for Everyone

Awareness for Everyone

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Awareness for Everyone

"Wash your hands where mask when you are out and about in public maintain social distancing be smart and when you see people not being smart. Just avoid them. That's going to be your best bet at the moment because you cannot change minds. If people are not willing to be open to change you can only control direct your own. Mindfulness and your own head space and that ultimately is incredibly empowering. What will you do with your power to cope with the uncertainty of the world? The only person you can help is you but when you help yourself that in turn can totally help other people. And when you're empowered your empowerment can actually empower others. Think about it thank you. Thank you for listening to awareness for everyone and discussion of conscious reality creation and the lives can for ourselves. If you have any questions or comments for me I can be contacted via facebook at Lea- heart. Mj On twitter at Mj. Lee Heart or drop me an email at author. Mj Lee Heart Dot Com. Thank you as usual two FI. Mahoney the artist who made my awesome cover art if you have any interest in commissioning work from her you can reach her at veins of eked 2017 at G MAIL DOT COM. Please take a moment to check out my blog. The ramblings of the Titanium Don at Titanium Don Dot Com as well as my articles published daily at medium DOT COM has. Mj Lee Heart. Thank you again and I hope that you are discovering. How awareness for? Everyone really is something that you can practice to improve your.

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"cope" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"It is probably the worst conceivable environment that you could create for. A epidemic is like a credit dancefloor and Yeah so I would imagine that's going to be one of the last things to resume normal operation when this whole mess as you said has finally passed as it inevitably. Well yeah and that has left a real hole in my life and that being said I was at a bit of a transitional moment with personally and I don't do it professionally as a competitor. The way that many of my friends do but for a lot of my friends in including my girlfriend my partner they are professional dancers and this is what they do and outside of the massive economic cost that many of them are experiencing right now. There's a huge personal cost around. What am I when I am not this for me? Some ways through that could be for starters finding ways to contribute. I think that contribution is one of the most natural ways that we find to find worth. There's a lot of research that's been done on the value of generosity. It's also one of the twelve key things that we kind of point to in sight of the book resilient and just that act of giving yeah and there are many opportunities to give right now. Yeah I can be such a core way to derive the sense of self worth and then the other thing that I would say and we talked about this a bed in the episode on being a frontier self. Go Out of your way to as you said. Identify your good purposes like identify those moments where you're not being a jerk right now and you are being a basically good person and in the day if you have an interaction with somebody else where you have that moment of recognition and you recognize that now is the moment where we're about to have this argument for the thirty seventh time and I'm going to actively choose to not have this argument right now. And maybe you have a spouse that will give you credit for that if you say it in some way. That's not neon. Yeah but like you name it as. Hey you know I'm just GonNa Kinda take a step back from this one right now. Maybe you have a spouse. Who's going to give you credit for that? Maybe you don't but either way you can know inside of yourself that you made that choice And that can be a great opportunity to again find. That sense of Southworth may be in a different capacity than you would normally. That's beautifully said for us and Yeah and it makes me appreciate the many ways we can give to each other and so if you can touch your friends more or your partner's touch it's really simple the generosity of touch the generosity of attention the generosity of of not interrupting them the generosity of asking. If there's any way you can help And the generosity of if you've got it appreciating your good fortune I have so much good fortune my life and it's partly out of a recognition of that good fortune. How most which have not earned Earned a piece of it. But I sure haven't earned all of that and if I didn't have the privileges And of good fortune including just the privilege of certain kind of birth or genetic endowment of the time and the place Social Class Grill all privileges all the effort in the world that I've put in. May well not have borne fruit. Saw To really appreciate that and to be humble and wise enough and grateful enough to appreciate that and not on the basis of that hold in your heart people who just didn't catch those like he breaks a you did and they just weren't Delta same cards and of life that you were dulled and Oldham with you and be really really helpful to them if you can yeah. I think that in a certain kind of way. You're saying something similar to this thing. I wrote on facebook a little bit ago and I'm sure it's not an original thought like I'm not taking a thorough credit for this one. I'm sure many other people have said the same thing but when we have to distance each other physically. Yeah if we don't necessarily have those opportunities for touch or if it isn't safe for us to be around our loved ones or if there's just a lot of social distance and going on and you're kind of just experiencing walking down a street and having a different kind of physical fear around that simple act of being outside and being around other people that you were not having you know however many months ago if we're GONNA do that we have to be able to counter that by leaning in Psycho emotionally leaning in through the gift of our time. The gift of our attention the gift of our love and affection. However we can do that so that our relationships can continue to perpetuate during this really really challenging moment for everyone so we're going to lean back physically we have to keep on leaning and emotionally and then. What do we do for us when we can't see the people that we want to hang out with you? We can't talk to him and it's not the same really to stay caught up on facebook or something sure. Yeah I mean I think that for starters. Technology is a wonderful tool. We do have a lot of mechanisms. These days that we wouldn't have had ten years ago let alone fifty years ago So I do think that that can be a big resource and then not to get you know spacious and out of my depth here but a certain level of Meta a level of just like love and kindness for all things that are going through this profound shared experience. And I hesitate to say this because I don't WanNA get hot water. Obviously the costs of this are so overwhelming both personally and collectively but I do think that there's an element of this whole thing. That is as you kind of set earlier a wonderful unity for practice and really does reinforce for all of us how dependent we are on one another and reminder yea a great reminder of the ways in which we are truly connected to each other in a deep way and I think that it's possible to take that feeling of deep connection that you're experiencing out of this moment going. Yeah this is really true. I'm GonNa really let the Sun. Can you know it's Sorta like comrades-in-arms absolutely packed? You know they were talking about common humanity. We really are in this together and one of the things that's helpful for people is to do the thing the united explored which is to tune into to feel the feeling of being connected with other people bringing to mind a sense of people who like you. What's it like to feel like what's it like to feel? Included seen appreciated even loved in different ways and we are able to push the button on that song in the inner jukebox. Inter pod and get that experience going to tap into that and reflect on that that's available to us and it's certainly now more important than ever to be able to tap into that feeling also one thing. That still seems to me to be completely counterintuitive miracle in a way is that understandably many people are not receiving enough social supplies of all kinds. Friendliness Physical Affection Love Romance Common Community Spiritually. Think of all the people who would go to temple on Saturday or church on Sundays or whatever who are no longer able to do that in person with each other and what a loss that is for people who would do things like just play softball together but yeah can't leave our now so understandably were not receiving enough from the outside in keeping up with friends on facebook like breathing through a straw. You can do it. But it's not like taking a deep breath totally so what to do well counter-intuitively remarkably when we flow love out. It feeds us much like receiving love flowing. In 'cause love is love in the moment of experiencing ave in the present whether it's flowing in or flowing out which is amazing so if you feel lonely bring to mind someone and as you said send love to them or absence of compassion for them or just think about what a cool person they are and wish them. Well it's a generous. It's not a needy clingy. Kind of loving us. It's a generous gracious loving nece and notice how you feel after doing that. For a few breaths or a few minutes in a row you'll feel better and as you also take into good you know turning states to trade says you take in the good as you kinda. Marinade in an experience of expressing friendly knows kind Love Compassionate so forth. You'll build that up inside you more. Which will really help in all kinds of ways including helping you get through this time and then that's a great point and I think also great not this episode. Honor the moment i. We've talked about a lot today. We're going to explore much more. We are planning on doing a full episode dedicated to one of the questions that I raised earlier. Which was how our children being impacted by this experience and particularly how can parents talk to children about everything that's going on right now? Honor their impulses. Give them support so hopefully we'll be out with that soon before we end. I would like to remind you about our patriotic account which is for us a form of community. Yeah actually like more friends we would. What an effective plug. That's fantastic. Yeah no so the the Patriots awesome. It's actually been really cool to talk with people on it and have a certain sense as you're saying of community and people really interested in the show and it's been fun for me to kind of create content for it so if you want you can go to. Patriot dot com slash being. Well podcast. I create a whole bunch of unique content for it. I create expanded show notes for each episode. We have a Q. And A. Episode that we record once a month for it where people just ask US questions. I posed special videos up there. We'd been recorded more videos for the podcast. Those are all going on the Patriots. So it's really starting to build out and it's just the cost of maybe a couple of cups of coffee a month and you'll also know more importantly than anything else that you're supporting the show and you're helping us make these podcasts. Also Rick has a new book. It's called Neuro Dharma. It is a wonderful wonderful book. Strongly recommend that you check it out on include a link to it in the description of today's podcast and finally one little request. If you've been enjoying the show we'd really appreciate it if you would take the moment to subscribe to it through the platform of your choice. And maybe even leave a rating and a positive review. It really does help us out in the old itunes rankings and I honestly appreciate it because I get competitive and I look at that number too much and so you can make me happy. Bye Subscribe Egg Lugar rating at review. Because that's what of the elements of psychosis working with these dance so odd that note. Thanks again so much. For listening to the PODCAST. And we'll see you soon..

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"cope" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"Hey everyone. Welcome to being well. I'm Forrest Hansen. I'm joined as usual by Dr Hanson. So Dad how are you doing today? Good I'm good for us in you. I'm surviving in the phase of this epidemic. Where we've crossed the The Rubicon for many of us from kind of cautious optimism. Which is where I was. I would say a couple of weeks ago to. Wow this is going to get really bad and we could be in this for a minute. So that's where I'm at psycho emotionally. So speaking of which we're going to be spending some time today talking about the interpersonal costs of the epidemic. That's been going on and some of the knock on effects and kind of maybe unexpected consequences that this thing has put all of us through so there are many effects of the epidemic. That have been kind of clear and obvious from the human cost to the economic cost to whatever else and then there have been some impacts that have been a little bit more subtle and one of those has been kind of big trapped inside with a lot of people that sometimes. You don't want a personal topic influence to my own experience so we've been cohabitating since this thing began and It's been really interesting. I think. In general we've survived it pretty well but the truth is that you don't pick your family and there are many people out there. We have really. I think a pretty wonderful familial relationship but there are a lot of people out there right now who I'm thinking of. Small family units three to five people banging into each other all day. Wow that gets really great after a while even if you love the people then in addition to that there's the opposite cost people who aren't going into school and aren't going into work and sure their cost there's in terms of education and productivity or income. But there's this whole other social cost where you don't have those inputs and your life anymore and then there are the families that are self isolating inside of their families so there may be our older parents who are very at risk for the virus and younger middle aged children who are now separating from that unit and they're just not gonna see each other for a while and how do you bear the cost of that so hopefully we're going to explore some or all of that today including how we can build strength to deal with those various problems and just inner personally how we can manage a life in a suddenly seemingly much smaller home than it was maybe a month or two ago. So how does that sound too? It's a great topic and one thing I was thinking about from what you were saying. Is this general principle in psychology in healthcare that people can manage moderate stressors if there fairly brief and there's a sense of control about them But sustain stressors that are chronic including with the add on a fact of not being able to have control over them. Really wear on us and I think a little bit about the idea of brake pad You know if you apply some pressure to a brake pad and let's say you're spending an hour together with somebody. The first ten minutes or great the next ten minutes are okay and the remaining forty minutes are gradually grading on you and it builds up and then what if that becomes hours and hours and hours and so for me? A lot of the wisdom of life has to stay in the Yellow Zone. You know we can handle a lot of yellow but if we start being in the red zone and particularly if we start being metal on metal in terms of our interactions with each other that can have lots and lots of consequences I was related to that just talking with someone earlier today about children and how to be with children. They're gonNA remember this time forever. I remember as a kid in Illinois Tornado warning came through. My parents. Bustled me into the basement of the building. Where my dad was doing some postgraduate work as zoologist and I remember every bit of it including the Saltine crackers. My Mother's worries the way the wind was whipping up around us Kids older from three older than three are gonNA remember this time and how we are with each other during this time is like metal on metal and it will leave grooves and so that's trillion a particularly good thing to keep in mind when we think about how we might be wearing on other people or what we need to do to reestablish a break pat and between us and other people so that it doesn't shift our relationship with them and some kind of long-term. Yeah and I definitely want to talk about kids. You actually want to do a whole episode dedicated to talk to children and interact with children during this time which I'm looking forward to which is based on your many years of experience as a psychologist working a lot with kids actually families but I kind of want to start looking at relationships and rearing unit some kind of family units as a whole. There's some really I mean depending on how you look at it either kind of slightly morbidly funny or just sad. That's coming out of China right now. Which is that divorce. Rates have spiked in the provinces. That are that were most hit by the virus that are now kind of exiting that yeah and now government sites have reopened a little bit so people can file for divorce and force rates have spiked. Which just kind of speaks to I think the additional pressure that this period of time kind of surrounding yourself with even your very loved ones and the kind of pressure that can put on a relationship so inside of that unit for starters. What do you think some of those additional pressures are outside of simple anxiety? And you know you've had a pretty successful relationship here for a pretty long time. What are some things that people can do about it? Huge topics Keeping a conversational to say first that it's really important for both well being and coping to take a moment to register how things were landing on you and understand that it's normal in our common humanity. We are all dealing with the storm. It's like a storm is now here. The storm has come. And we're all brothers and sisters in arms in a sense in the foxhole innocence together and it helps you appreciate just of course this is wearing. Of course this is unnerving of course. I'm getting irritated by it. It's okay to start there. So are we end. But it's really an important place to start. I think a second thing is to appreciate like you were saying that this storm is surging. Psychologically and emotionally through us through all kinds of pathways many which are not directly related to the risk of illness or passing along to others economic concerns the estimated unemployment rate of red estimates. That are reasonable that it'll be as high as thirty percent During the Great Depression it was twenty. Five percent essentially one in four Americans were out. Couldn't find work so it's a big deal. It's coming out of someone's aways and so step one is to get that it's okay to fill you feel and second. It's okay that they feel what they feel. Even if it's no way you've yeah and I think that's such an obvious point of friction inside of a relationship right. I mean we're we're all the main character in her story even if we have a wonderful supporting actor if you will that is with us through our lives as ideally. A singular relationship partner would be by. They're not the main characters still. We are the only people whose experiencing the inside of our mind and so it's really easy to become identified with view and to your point the consequences of those views get really amplified and what we experiences a high stakes situation. Where I'll being tested by this time. no one is escaping the test we will get through it the history of epidemics even pandemics on the world is that there really is another side. We will get to the other side of this. How do we want to get to the other side and looking back from the other side? How do we WANNA be glad? We've acted Both with other people and inside our own minds. Because we're all GONNA remember this time and we're all going to be affected by it even beyond what we recollect a specific episodes. So I try to keep that in mind for myself you know. How do I looking back? How do I WANNA be glad that I've actor? Yeah so kind of speaking to that being glad of however you act at talking about action for a second You had a really cute post on facebook and you almost never deliberately do something to post on on facebook. That's kind of outside of your professional capacity the personal stuff you've got to keep to a bit above by. Us opposed to having to do with mom and you guys had a significant anniversary and you gave these kind of keyed tests. That have sort of gotten to this point. I think that would be a great time for starters to share some of those. If you want to or to share kind of general tips and tools that people can use for this moment. Remember that they're scared to their stress. Too and fire danger when we feel threatened we hunker down and Kurland and bring our attention to what's immediately around us that's understandable and it's important to keep pushing back against the walls of that invisible cage and realize that they're scared to. They're worried to their tired of being scared to their tired of you being scared to. Yeah I think that's a big one. That's going on over there. That's a big one. Another one status stupid stuff much research on the negativity bias in relationships you know shows that negative interactions have so much more impact than positive interactions usually so the positive ones need outweigh. The negative ones outnumber the negative ones five to one or more than that even in a good long relationship. Negative from the other person's point of view so it's a little bit like playing chess. Shing see the moves in the game and I can just see if I may. I'll use you as an example. Sure you can use me as example so you'll say something And then you say they're like three to five things in ad and one of them. I might disagree with or one of them I might think yes but or whatever and but then I realize playing the game if I said that. Then you're likely to say this And then we're in. We're in the circle and we don't need to. There's nothing imminent. There's nothing I need to do. It's a passing thought. It's okay and seeing the chess moves ahead tech talk talk. I can stay out of that. Needless Coral So don't get into stupid stuff or if you find yourself getting heated or you realize I was saying admit fault and move on. Yeah one of the one of the best things you can do for your own sake. Let alone being moral in your impact on others is cop to it quickly. Why I think that if we're looking for a slogan for the podcast maybe don't do stupid stuff could now. Vr tagline I think. That's a fantastic tagline. So what it out? Don't do very on your brand. Do you get staff. Don't you know it's deeply accurate on so many levels. Yeah I mean for starters totally agree great suggestions and I think that part of the underlying point that you're making is about really particularly right now I mean always but particularly right. Now Pick your battles. Yeah just decide where which hills you really want to Diana versus the ones where you can just kind of. Let them go for right now to give maybe a Version of a concrete example..

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"cope" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

ON BOYS Podcast

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"Host Jennifer L. W. think and Janet Alison. We are living in extraordinary times. My phone is reminding me today that today is the first day of my kids spring break which seems just anti where my head is at right now lake. It is spring break but like a lot of you a few days ago we got the message that basically the kids are going to be home indefinitely. Life is different than it was a week ago. It's very different than it was a month ago and really different from six months ago and so- Janet and I have decided to do this special bonus episode because we wanted to touch base with you. See where your heads are at ensures? Some suggestions to help you get through this time and know that we are thinking about all of you out there and and on the upside. Maybe have more time to listen to podcasts. Yup You may well have more time to listen to podcast. I think that a lot of us are going to be discovering podcast. Tv shows books. The games that we don't often have time to play. I don't WanNa be pollyanna about this because this is a tough time in. It's challenging there's opportunity here for families to reconnect absolutely and as you said it is unprecedented times and to keep in mind especially when we can spin out into the future is that this is temporary. We don't know how long the temporary is but we do know. This is temporary. The thing is we get to choose how we want to risk onto it. Our kids are going to look back at this moment. Much like my kids. Look back at nine eleven as a pivotal time in their biography. Your kids are going to look back at this time as a pivotal time. And are they going to remember that? What we got to build forts and play outside all day or or what so you get to choose? How your inner responses and choose how you're going to create a family environment that is positive and hopefully minimal stressful D- so I home school and worked from home for seven and a half years. I feel a little bit like I have a head start here because of that because well everybody is sort of freaking out about. How am I GONNA do this? I'm like been there done that. We all survived here. Is My number one tip for everybody? Lower your expectations lower them and then probably lower them some more. You are not going to be as efficient working from home if that's not what you routinely do. You'RE GONNA have tech issues. It's going to be a little bit frustrating. That's okay because everybody is going through this. Nobody is going to be operating at full capacity. Lower your ex. I know that you have all seen some of the schedules going around and schedules and routines are great. And it's not at all a bad idea to kind of find a rhythm and flow for your days but if you need to park your kid in front of Disney plus an stream frozen to all day today health. Okay go for it. Yeah but make sure they get outside to. I'm a big proponent of balance everything out with outside time and will really be encouraging Matt. I was telling Jen I went for a walk yesterday and I saw more people out walking yesterday afternoon. Portland granted the sun was out so that does make a difference but you know people are out walking in there enjoying the first signs of spring. And that's different. I haven't been in my car for three days. That's different so looking at the positives. These are great things and I think to getting yourself a routine figuring out a rhythm and it can be loose and it can change so that your kids know what's coming next. They can know a little bit what to expect and it really is helpful if you have them help build a routine a loose routine scheduled for your days years ago. I was part of a group that was working on a book about emergency homeschooling and this was inspired by Hurricane Katrina which happened years ago displaced many families in through off a whole bunch of plans. Jeff like right now the woman that was working on that with me she's been creating some great infographics in resources which we can share in our show notes but she also found what I wrote for them. Twelve part of it. It's such a glimpse of a day. We don't follow a predictable schedule. Math at nine followed by phonics at ten but reading math science social studies health are woven into the threads of the day and I talked about two. That are days. Follow a pattern and the pattern then computer time breakfast and Chores in the morning story time. Quiet time game time after lunch out in the afternoon and a book at Bed. Anat is as much of a rhythm much super routine as you need to create. You know you don't have to do math at ten phonics at eleven kind of thing. So that's a beautiful. Just an overview of. Here's where we can plug things in. The kids know when to expect. Oh quiet times coming after lunch or whatever so to have that make a big and put it on the fridge so every needs okay. It takes you a while to find your rhythm and to find your flow. Don't expect that you're going to do this tomorrow. You can come up with some ideas and you're gonNA experiment with that. You'RE GONNA adapt it to your family and your family's needs as you figure out what works. We are kind of chuckling before we started recording. About how many things there are online that you can access now for your kids and it's kind of like information overload right now. You can color museum drawings you can visit zoo. You can do science projects. There is somebody who's going to be doodling online showing your child how to doodle so this is a great time to figure out. What your kids interests. Are you already know what they are? But it's like okay. Let's go find out more about that thing. Our schools either now or in a few weeks are moving to online teaching and learning. You know that's going to be everybody making it up as they go along. New Teachers did not plan to be delivering learning that way. This year. The students didn't plan to be learning that way. Everybody has varying access internet speeds. It's going to be a challenge and I want to tell parents. Don't freak out about your kid keeping up with the class. Yes here's the truth. This is disrupting everybody's learning and when the kids go back to school whenever that happens they're going to have to go back and cover some things and catch up because that's reality. Not all kids will learn well through online learning. Not all kids will have access to it or somebody to help them with. So you're big concern right now. It's just support your kids and your family do what you can to support your family's health and wellbeing and incorporate everyday learning opportunities don't freak out too much about their online lessons do what you can to support them. But that's not what's most important right now. This is really an opportunity to reset. It's an opportunity for your kids to reset around school. It's an opportunity for you to reset nine love that you said at the beginning you know. Lower your expectations. But it's it's a chance for all of us to like get. Our nervous system settled down. Get more sleep. Have some relaxed time and you know your child. If they are in an environment where they're not feeling stress they are responding and they're going to go back to school so much more ready to learn and probably be able to learn more quickly because they have been reset. They've had downtime and time to be in nature and time to explore their own interests. I I mean I just feel like Oh we can all just settle a little bit. You can see me laughing but the only reason why I'm laughing over here because I know my children really well and I know that my children thrive with this kind of learning and I know for a fact that my sam is going to hate going back to school school. I always think about that. I was going to hate it because this is the kind of learning that he thrives with so again. Lower your expectations. Your kid may not reset and do well when he goes back to school so k. Yeah we say. Lower your expectations. I also very specifically mean. Lower your expectations for your house and housekeeping now. Yeah we're GONNA be disinfecting things but in terms of like creative clutter and couch cushions all over the House and forts. You mentioned that before. Let it go. Let it all happen. Yeah and part of that too is what you can tolerate. Yeah you know it's too much for you. Then you gotta manage that too because you don't WanNa make yourself crazy. That leads us to self care and how important it is to manage your energy. Just you know what you're putting off if you're really stressed about money and your work and all of the adult things your kids will pick up on that stress and so that really has to be managed otherwise you're gonNA see the results in their behavior so taking that even just three minutes to just sit quietly take a deep breath. Just be still and find the things that nourish you. Hopefully you already have some in your routine but give yourself grace messy house. Sure you can handle that. I mean I live by myself and I'm looking at my house going. Wow this is okay. I need to make an appointment every evening to just pick up all the art projects. The things I've been doing all day and be focused in that way so whatever you know whatever level of tolerance you have for that also you have to ask for help if you need help if you need that connection every day with your best girlfriend say hey can we plan a zoom call every day. Can we talk on the phone while we go for each of us go for a walk somehow? Make sure that you're staying connected with other people. I think virtual coffee dates are going to be a great idea. One of the things that Janet and I have both ended up loving working on. This podcast together is that we get to see each other because we use zoom and we talk about what's going on in our lives well drinking coffee before we record. I really value that part Janet. I do too. It's so yes I do too. So you might be in Portland. And I'm in Wisconsin. But while we're doing that it is a very real human connection. Yeah Yeah so important and think about the other people in your world and in your family that you can connect in that way with your parents. Your I have a date later on with my niece. Who is in kindergarten? Who is going to practice her reading with me. Base time date at facetime date. Yes so getting creative and I see people getting creative online about how to connect and one way that I'm connecting with my community is through singing. I was on last night singing. We've got singing dates planned for the rest of this week's so there's ways to be out in the world while also being at home you know what I think is kind of funny about this whole thing. The kids are way ahead of the adults here. So the kids who for months and years have been connecting and socializing while playing video games connected with the headphones. Yes that is socialization. That is a great way to connect with your friends especially during this time when we shouldn't be seeing each other in person the kids who have the group tax chats on snapchat and instagram. Yes perfect great way to socialize right now..

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"cope" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Today's episode is brought to you by Mazda. The joy of being alive comes from what we discover on our journey and with the first ever Mazda C thirty. There's inspiration within every mile traveled it spirited performance and available predictive all-wheel-drive heightened your senses like no vehicle. You've ever experienced with ample cargo space and available off road. Traction assist the X. Thirty s perfect for a weekend getaway destination wherever engineered like nothing else to feel like nothing before experienced the premium Mazda C X thirty at your local dealership Mazda feel alive. What Made Vincent Van Gogh One of the greatest painters and most tortured souls of all time? Was Harry Houdini predestined to become the great escape artists based on his family's great escape. I'm Dr Gail Saltz. And all my new podcast personality. I'll be joined by amazing experts to delve into the minds of famous historical figures. If you want to know what really made exceptional people tick? Then take a listen to personality. Find Personality on March ninth on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts and welcome to before breakfast a production of iheartradio. Good Morning. This is Laura. Welcome to their before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is about how to cope with being overwhelmed by recognizing the exact nature of your overwhelming situation. You can take steps to make life feel more in control. Today's tip comes from Bill Burnett Dave Evans New Book Designing Your Work Life. The follow up to design your life. This book teaches how to use design principles to improve your time at the office. We've probably all been in bad jobs. But in many cases Burnett Evans right people find themselves in jobs that they generally like. It's just that circumstances are stressful. These stressful circumstances come in different flavors. Which Burnett and Evans called the Hydra? Overwhelm the happy overwhelmed. And the hyper overwhelmed. They required different steps. To mitigate the Hydra overwhelm takes its name from the Greek Monster. That grew new heads every time one was chopped off. Perhaps this feels a bit like your life if you work in a place that has been made. Lean to the point where everybody is doing the equivalent of two to three jobs. Maybe you're reporting to too many managers or running too many projects simultaneously. Maybe you're having to pull information from too many sources or you have to use legacy systems that are cumbersome and badly designed. The happy overwhelm is when you just have too much of a good thing going on. You volunteered for all the cool shiny stuff. A- love all of it but you are one person with twenty four hours in a day and it is physically impossible to work for all of them and finally the hyper overwhelm happens in startup situations where there are no organizational norms and very little support. It's not that you're reporting to two different managers. It's that you really aren't sure if your your manager is because you're growing so fast that there's no organization chart anyway when you find yourself overwhelmed. Ask yourself if it's a hydra. Happy or hyper kind of overwhelm. And then you can figure out what to do. If it's Hydra you can either drop tasks or ask permission to drop ones that are hurting your productivity in the permission conversations be specific. Brunette and Evans. Right say that you will be more productive if you can use the two thousand eighteen version of your software. The nineteen ninety eight version that you're stuck with or if you can write a monthly report instead of a weekly one or if you can split your clients into as and BS with the as getting responses in twenty four hours and the bees getting responses in ninety six hours most managers are happy to have people proposed solutions to their problems. So you don't need to fear this conversation as for happy overwhelm well. The problem here is that you may have a tougher boss yourself. You've chosen to do all these amazing things and you are now paying the price. The solution here is often to start delegating figure out which of these tasks you are uniquely qualified to do and which can be given to someone else. Maybe with you editing or approving at work you can ask for resources people budgets and so forth at home maybe can hire a cleaning service. Send out the laundry or hire a personal assistant. The point is to multiply your existing hours because you are not going to magically get more finally for the hyper overwhelmed Burnett and Evans recommend thinking of the situation as a marathon rather than a sprint. Run the mile. You're in take care of yourself making sure that your non-negotiables like sleeping exercise happen and finally change your story rather than I'm frantic because I have no idea what I'm doing you could repeat. It's so exciting to be figuring this out. 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"cope" Discussed on Keep Bleeding Podcast

Keep Bleeding Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Keep Bleeding Podcast

"Other sports. Where maybe they got injured and can't play football anymore or something like that Right so now you're cheerleader. And then at some point you got to see deal yet so what happened so I accumulated. How do we also at this point? You have more titles. I kept going. How many times did you end up with Four world titles and a Thailand Bare Knuckle. Title Fight Bareknuckle. Her ropes full online movies. Dad just no no dipping it in the glass that yeah. That's what I didn't hear about around here. But that's what MTV. The first true life was about your life in two lives on the only person that's ever been into true lives. I don't really know what true love is. View all the MTV true life. I know I'm I'm a this or I'm of that. Okay you've been to be shows your four world titles and you're the bare knuckle kickboxing champion downtown. When cut you. You told me one and you back in Thailand. Right train in between there are a lot so I would go for like three months at a time. Did you tell me a story? Where you Ryan to the general and his off the cat the cat cat. Yeah so this was in outright outside China I and I was actually late Try to make this. I'm not good at long story short. I'm like long story longer. Thanks so basically I was late getting out of bed and so what you do. Is You wake up. You swing your feet around you. Put your shoes on. Because you've been sleeping in your time. Boxing shorts and you get up and you start running so everybody. It's usually like seven thirty eight in the morning and you know everybody. Kinda convenes in the middle of the camp and then you take off running and it just so happened that the place that the camp that I was at the run was just through just jungle jungle. There was nothing back there. You know there probably wasn't another anything for you. Know hundreds and hundreds of miles so you were just running through the jungle on this on this path and it's it's a really nice run every day twice a day. How about five k? So you're out there. Yeah for sure so I'm behind everybody so I'm trying to catch up because at this point I'm still kinda new. I'm not really famous yet there. And so I'm still the white guy right so now if you're listening to this now and then you see how like all these like. Ufc fighters and stuff or are going over to Thailand and training and all that stuff they didn't use to. When I went over there to train I was the only long with woods. Felonies is is basically why foreigner foreigners what means but pretty reserved for white guy but I was the only one like I wouldn't see a white person for months and do not take you serious or today. Were you like the black sheep for non. They didn't take me seriously at first. You know they they'd seen some you know at that. At that point there were fighters every now and again coming from European countries. That would fight in the stadiums. They would always get decapitated except for except for two to Dutch guys. That did well. I was still having to kind of prove myself. And so I'm trying to catch up to these guys right all of a sudden I see them running back the other way coming toward me and I was like. There's no way you guys went to the end. You know you guys are cheating so you think you think they're just on the way back. Yeah I think they're just cheating and running back to use pass so I pass them. I'm like I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not gonNA cheat. I'm going all the way to the end so I keep running keep running and I hear them. I hear them go and like wave at me. You know to come with them. But I thought that there were. They just wanted me to be complicit in their their cheat. I don't at this point. I don't speak Thai at all so I keep running. I'm like no screw you guys. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do this right. I keep running and then the jungle just gets really quiet. Birds Chirping bug. Stop after being. It's really quiet. It's like a movie and so I keep kind of jogging. Keep jogging and out of the corner of my eye. As I'm looking back from looking in that direction I see just a leaf just a little leaf just barely kind of move just like barely kind of get pushed sideways. vary slightly. And so as like. Okay that's something something over that way to get over that way and it's off of the path it's it's probably like fifteen twenty off the path in in in the jungle. Yeah and it's dense super-dense they're like the underbrush.

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"cope" Discussed on Keep Bleeding Podcast

Keep Bleeding Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"cope" Discussed on Keep Bleeding Podcast

"Reasonable so so you fired eagle right. Yeah and everything else well. My Dad was in the my dad was in the air force. He's a C. C. T. combat controller till but. That's not actually got an airplane so I wanted to be. I wanted to go military. I was like okay. What's the best thing that I can do will be a fighter pilot pilot so that was my goal? I mean I was taking all of the Diaz in AP classes. And I was getting straight as you ought to know this is this is a high school so I'm actually getting. I'm actually getting you have to prepare to go to the Air Force Academy you need a couple congressional recommendations and you need a really good resume so I was just building that really good resume then I saw backdraft and I was like fuck that. I WanNa be a firefighter. I love but the the problem is there's no fires anymore. A sitter. Yeah so so before I got on to structure. Firefighter type one. I was a firefighter type. Two which is a wildland firefighter. Okay so I fought wildfire. I did hotshots idea. I was on an engine crew. Hell Attack Heller. Appel so you would think I would go on and do like Smoke jumper right except for that you literally to get one of those spots. Somebody has to die. There's only a couple. There are national resource so to get on as a smoke jumpers. Smoke jumper has to die which happens regularly. But there's a lot of people in line almost every wildland. Firefighter wants to be a structure. Fire fighter today fighter. He got no fires to fight and like Amazon fighting yet. Unless you're in like New York or Chicago or something like that but everywhere. Here has like fire resistant. Everything's built a fire resistant. Materials and their sprinklers. Everywhere and stuff like that. The GNARLIEST Feiger that I saw was a business that sold railroad ties. I don't know if you know. But railroad ties are soaked in oil and Creosote so yet so so there was no putting out to burn out. It was just protect this building over here and let that thing burden. And that was the most exciting fire that had been However I was a paramedic at the time let me live back that up so I'm going through as I'm fighting but like I said fighting doesn't money fighting doesn't pay the bills so I'm trying to get this firefighter thing on while I'm doing wildland. I'm going to paramedic. School become paramedic. Because I feel like that's going to get me on the job faster it's crazy. This whole thing with this podcast. Is that the thing that inspired me to want to do. Because all these people that I know that have these jobs are there. The world's best are they've done these amazing things and by chance it doesn't really make them a living and so they've got to keep evolving more time. They're always keep feeding or keep bleeding the blood they have all these different things just to make it the I or or do make it so. They can continue to do that. One thing that they're really passionate. Yeah you got to spread out the effort so that you can do that though on special thing now fighting. There's no fire there's no fire so when you get back to fighting and then you're making money and then all of a sudden the AFC happened. Free right yeah so I thought that I would be able to be a firefighter and still fight. You know because my my schedule as firefighter was five. Twenty four hours on twenty four hours off for ten days and then you're off for six days in a row yet through schedule tons. Yes tons of tons of open time. Show we before we go on. I just want to think that you told me this one's were you a cheerleader. I was a cheerleader. And how the Hell do you go? How do you go.

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