35 Burst results for "Danielle"
Will We See More Violence From the Pro-Abortion Crowd?
"Do you think that we are going to see continued violence? Are you seeing any evidence of this yet? I pray not violence is not the answer. I agree. And Joe Biden did say the right thing. Does Joe Biden mean it? I hope he does, but Joe Biden has called for the protest to be peaceful. I think the Democrats, at least some of the smarter ones in their ranks, have learned that one of the reasons why they suffered so greatly in House and Senate elections is because the summer of riots and their almost entertaining of them. In 2020. So Joe Biden is saying the right thing, play cut one 18. To keep all protest peaceful, peaceful, peaceful, peaceful, no intimidation, violence is never acceptable. Threats and Tim and threats and intimidation are not acceptable. Let's then go to cut one 27, say girl calling for, burning it all down and lighting it on fire. She is an abortion activist. Well known one. Her name is Danielle Burnett. Play cut one 27. So I'm just convinced we need to burn it all down because at this point I don't know what else we're supposed to do. I'm advocating for violence. I am advocating for violence because there are people that are doing a really bad job, but the problem with the job is, even though they're doing such a bad job, they do this job until they die. So we're just supposed to sit back and let these people do a really bad job and have really seriously negative consequences. On millions of people and we're supposed to do what? Sit on the sidelines? Light it on fire. I'm gonna, we're lighting it up. She wants to light it all fire on fire and she says this is a call to violence. So there is no way she could possibly say that this was metaphorical.
"danielle" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"Like unless they went into your training, is there a way to say like, I need this? If you're fulfilling your partner, it's an extension of her or him. He wants more oral sex because that's his penis and you love all of him and can they come together? You I'm sure you've examples of couples that you've learned to get off on the pleasing and not just the receiving. You know what I'm saying? Because then there's some that just can't, right? Because I think it just brings us back to the core feeling, right? To the core desire because some people will never would never want to give, I'm just going to say it out loud and blind. Please. Some people would never want to give during sex and only would want to receive during sex. And it's really a matter of compatibility because other people would really want to give during sex. And get a ride through that giving. And some people, I actually have a couple knowing coaching like that. And at the beginning, it was all about they're really connected emotionally. There's a lot of giving emotionally, but when it comes to sex, the guy does not want to go down on her, he does not want to do anything. And she needs to initiate by like, it doesn't even initiate. You just want he doesn't want to feel like using posing anything. So she needs to take her pleasure from it. Luckily, they're very open. He's very excited about her having lovers. And she has a lover and then you can join in and just get his part, and they're like, worked it out. But I had to work hard with her to help her separate between this idea that he doesn't love her. And he doesn't care for her because he doesn't want to initiate sex and he doesn't want to go down on her because for her, this is the feeling of being special and being wanted. I think what you're talking to is about all of the socialization. And I think what we really work with. We work within our training is about empowering, especially empowering women to know what they want. It's actually because we're actually taught not to know what we want. Actually. If we do know we're slots, we're exactly. And so I think if we thinking about. She's just she's not even thought like who am I and what do I want in this realm? And so she's just giving her partners might be totally interested in giving. She just has never even asked for what she wants and that it's all automatic. Oh, I'm getting a blowjob. Great. Well, I don't know, that's going to happen. I don't have to do that. It's not me. They might not come up with the idea until she says, hey, I really need this from you. And then I think probably a large proportion of those people will be like, okay, that sounds great to me. And maybe there'll be a small proportion to be like, no, I don't really want to do that. But I think it has a lot to do with the empowerment piece. I think so. So there are some people who might never want to go down on you. They just won't, no matter what, they could spend three months locked up with less Danielle, they're never going to want to go down in here. But then but then there's the people who just don't understand it. They didn't know you wanted it. Maybe they're afraid they're going to do it wrong, so they don't do it. There's just so many other workarounds. And I'm actually seeing more and more young adults that really do young men that really do want to please their partners. And they're just looking for opportunities to learn how to be great lovers, and they would love to jump out of their skin too. So what's preventing them? I think a lot of it is many women don't feel okay about someone going down between because they feel dirty or they feel like, oh my God, why would he want to do that? Women don't essence of why would I want to go down on him? But they essence of, why would he want to do that? Exactly. It is a lot of social messages. It is social messaging that change all of that. Well, what do you think the impact? Because we thought we've been doing this for 15, 20 years. He's got to say 15 years. What has been the impact of pornography right now on people's sex lives? How are you seeing that work into your work? Well, I think there's positives and negatives. One of the positives is that now that every single hottest sexual movie is put out on film and you can access it right away, people are going, oh, I'm not the only one who likes that. So it is the shame ifying, right, for people who go and they find, oh, there's a lot of people who want to listen to balloons pop, make some orgasms. Just sort of much more obscure kind of sexual practices. And then that's on the positive side. I think on the challenging side is that it's this unrealistic picture again with everybody moaning and you know I've known a lot of porn stars. They're not orgasming. So let's talk about that. They're not orgasms. If they're squirting, it's not going up, like a fountain, like they're adjusting their bodies. It might even be real, right? Yeah, I mean, I scored a sometimes, but you know. So I mean the way it looks like a maybe. Yeah, yeah, I do. But. I'm doing it like it's in my pleasure and it's for my pleasure, right? And I think they're doing it as a performance. And that's what they're paid for, and that's awesome, but to expect that sex looks like that. You know, it's just unlikely. Especially without actually talking about what you want. And you might want to have sex where you're like, oh, look at this movie. I would like to have something that looks like this. And you could bring that to your partner, and you could try it. It's not just going to happen automatically, I think. And it's also like the heroin of sex, right? You can just go to your hottest movie. And then you might not just go to sex with another person because you're not negotiating any of it. And it's like sort of like, okay, well, this is the easy route. But is it really like I like what you're saying? And I agree with you with the porn. The pros is like, it shows you what's on the menu. There's so much here. I didn't know or maybe it makes you feel less shameful, but also what if you have any of the work and you flip on porn and you're like, oh, it's just sex and then you assume that your heart is moving and then you have to keep escalating it. But then if you do this work, you might pull back and be like, oh, actually, like, gang bangs just looked hot because I liked having all the attention, but you know, I don't know. Exactly. Send you down a different road though sometimes a step. What I want to say about porn is so I said, it's the heroine of sex, right? So it totally bypasses seduction. You totally bypasses warm up. The warm up is instant, you know? Like, there's some corn with three minutes. It won't happen when I do it in real sex. I need much more warm up. Different things. So people don't learn the skills that they need in order to have real sex with real people..
"danielle" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"So that's what we talk a lot about compatibility because it is finding those places that we can bridge and we can create something that works for both of us or understanding the differences and not like looking at it as if like, oh, you're not trying hard or you should try harder or you should do something different because there's something important about knowing what you want. We have an idea of what would it look like? We not always going to get it exactly the same way. I'm saying it and I'm very picky. Like, for me, is really hard for me to accept things that are not exactly the way I see it in my movie. So. Yeah, and the pace and the breath and everything has its own pace. And my partner needs to be very patient. And they need to not take it personally as criticism. There's a lot of just positive reinforcements about everything they're doing right. And so a lot of them, like, hey, that felt really good. Can you try in this angle to can you try to in the moment? I teach a lot in the moment. I don't do a lot of talking ahead of time because my experience doesn't really work. It works for some people, but I'm so specific that teaching ahead of time. Well, because this is okay, let me draw this distinction because I always say, don't have the sex talk in the bedroom and what I'm talking about is the initial talk of what's wrong with our sex life and you never initiate all this stuff because that's where most people are, but what you're right is like we're talking about refined, refined, refined, almost being great athletes. But once people are in the bedroom and you're saying like a little bit slower, I love when you were just kissing my neck so gently right there at that kind of stuff is like you're already in that dance with your partner. Co creating an amazing sexual experience. So they know you're going to be talking like that. But if you just wake up tomorrow with your partner having sex and you're like, I don't know, and maybe you could be like, could you touch me a little bit more here? Yeah. They might like that, but what I find is most couples have never talked about sex, that when I've had people call in and say, my partner asked me something differently, he must be having an affair. So that's why it's like, you guys are so in it and I feel like the waste lesson Danielle are doing it are like the way that I so wish the entire universe could learn, but where most people are starting is just in a completely different like they have never talked about sex and if they have perhaps they were shame for it or they were ridiculed for the way they were doing something like most people I would say the majority are just this conversations that were started. And that's why we created the book. You can say hey I've been reading this new book and it says this and that and this and could we try this and we have two different ways in the book. One is teaching while you're having sex. And one is what we call workshopping it. And so sometimes people do need to kind of do it where they're not trying to get to this perfect sexual experience and they need to be like, okay, we're in a workshop. That means we have the benefit of the doubt and everybody's like, we know there's a learning curve and nothing's going to be perfect and there's probably going to be some giggling and some awkwardness. And that takes a lot of the pressure off. So some people can do it in that environment. And other people kind of need more of that serious container of actually going into a sexual experience to learn. So it's really like finding your style that's so important. Which I love that you give all those different modalities, they always say it in life, like take what you leave, leave the rest. So there's a lot there to what you're going to grab onto. So let's talk about workshopping. Could you give me a scenario? A couple would come in and how they would workshop something. I just have the example. So I have in my mind like an example of a couple that she really wanted like more him to be much more commanding and much more dominant and he was he didn't want to hurt her. So and she wanted she didn't want to give any feedback. This was part of her need. It shouldn't be my mind. I think part of what she wanted was to really kind of be very, very submissive and not to tell him what she wanted and kind of let him do what he wants. You got a lot of pleasure from that. So I said, you know, it's going to be really hard to run the whole scene like that. So let's try, let's just try a little bit for a few minutes, just play this chunk of how you want him to spank you. Or how you want him to grab you. And then give him some feedback. And many people also go to kind of like trans state a little bit, like they get very inward and very connected to their body and sensations. It's really hard for them to speak. Workshopping is great for them. Because then you kind of do a little segment. You come out to give feedback and say, wow, really liked your tone, I really like the way you grab me. You know, the way you held me was really good. It was long enough and the pace was right. And now can I go back and be a little dormant again? They try a different piece. This is the two of them, not even when they're in your session. Although you probably do obsessions like that, all the time. People. I think that just makes so much sense for fine refined. I mean, that's how we're going to learn how to be great lovers. Just keep going back at it. And I think that once people get through, which is what a lot of this book and your training is the shame, the trauma, the fear. It actually becomes like I feel like for many they enjoy it. They look forward to the workshopping. They actually start looking forward to sex again. It becomes another shared experience, like a hobby, it's a how do you explain a couple that learns to cook together, play sports together, like your sex life could be just as exhilarating, not just in the actual act of it, but the act of becoming compatible and fulfilling each other's needs can be some of the most and sharing your deepest thing. Brings you brings to really deep intimacy if you start to talk about those things that really turn you on and those very, very delicate things about ourselves that we don't dare to share anywhere else and then we start to share with our partners that brings huge intimacy. It's very vulnerable. We trivialize sex as though it's not that important, but when you're sharing this, you're sharing we're talking about core wounds here and the healing from them, like you're sharing your deepest vulnerabilities. And if your partner totally not just accepts them but celebrates them, the level of bonding that happens in the face of that is profound. You know, so this is really important for intimacy. And I think the other thing that I want to say that's really important is a lot of couples, like they have really hot sex in the beginning because it's new and the honeymoon period and they're like uncertain and they just like everything feels like a turn on because it's a new person. But for sex to last in long-term relationships, you have to do this core desire work. You have to do the hottest sexual movie work. Unless you just happen to have such amazing compatibility overlap. But I would say that's maybe 10%, maybe lower, maybe much lower. We don't even know those people, but all I knew was most people I need.
"danielle" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"All the tips that people that really want to feel adventurous and they like novelty and that something that is their core desires is to try different things. There will be like, they would want to get all the tips and tricks. They would want to try everything on the palette. That's what turns them on to try different things. Right, which I think a lot of couples when we hear of boredom in the bedroom, they are just, there's nothing novel, there's nothing new. There's nothing exciting. So we will constantly looking, yeah, for ways that could work again, everything's novel until it's not. Yeah, but it's really, I think they're looking, they think they're looking for novelty, but what they're looking for is to find their core desire. And their particular hotter sexual movie. And that's the conversation. Like I saw you have communication is lubrication. But what do we need to communicate about? And that's what this book is all about. So you dial down right away. Okay, what do you want to feel? And what things do you do, or do you want to have happen to you that make you feel that way? But what about couples where one partner is doing the work in the other isn't? Yeah, so the third part of our book is all about compatibility and how to create compatibility and we have different ways of communicating and creating compatibility and finding what works. And I think we help people talk about their core desires and the hottest sexual movies. So the core desire is the feeling that they want to feel and the heart of sexual movie is how they want to play it out. From the world. So the energy to talk about sexual movies. Do you have one or you can give us examples? We have plenty. I know you do. This is why I love it. I just want people to understand that it's kind of your fantasy that you put together after knowing what your deep yearnings are. And it is interesting because, for example, you can have the same feeling, but you will need a completely different movie to create the feeling. So for example, for someone, go back to feeling special, I don't know why. For that today. So if someone want to feel special, for some person feeling special might feel like I want to be tied down and really my partner to take as much time as it takes to make sure the timing well and take really, really good care of me as they're doing that. That makes me feel special. For someone else, it might be more romantic and they're going to want to hear words of how amazing and special they are and how eternal the connection is. The hottest sexual movie has its own importance. So what do you want to feel is the essential? This is like the grain. That's where everything starts. But then creating an elaborate movie that feels very different from one person to another, even if they have the same core desire, is really important. It's ready to go our own sexual narrative. Yeah. That makes so much sense. Well, what I loved about your training was it's been I was in a 2016 so four years ago. They have your training somatic a training has really grown a lot since then, which I think it really shows that people are craving and hungry for this kind of work because just talking, I think, doesn't help us get into our bodies where a lot of this energy and trauma and desire is just stuck. And so what I loved about that training was just learning. I can learn how to navigate rejection or how to if someone approaches me physically how to kind of touching for my own pleasure touching for their pleasure, diffusing touch, letting people know that I'm not ready for their sexual advances now, but it doesn't mean there's just so much I learned. You guys, it was 5 weeks. What was it? How many days was I there? A year? We're doing 16 days now. 2016 before they came in there. I was like, wow, I learned a lot. So let's talk about your training because it is open for sex therapists and coaches, but just people who want to become more in touch with themselves. Yeah, and I think what's really powerful about this training is that you get to see, again, the fine quality of it is very powerful because you hear people and you think people have the same story or everyone else's everyone else is better than you. But you come to this training and you see people are just people, you know, and you see get exposure to variety of turn ons and variety of ways that people are. And it's amazing. It gives people a lot of freedom and a lot of support to feel okay about themselves. It also gives you a lot of mirrors to be able to see who you are in someone else in someone else's. In a very loving support. Yes, so much of it is about shame that you don't even know that you had. Or trauma or fears. I mean, it would come up for me all the time. I mean, I even remember the first exercise. The first day, and here I am in splinter group, I think I was in your group, Danielle. And the first assign, I think it was groups of 12. What we had to do was we just had to turn and look at the person next to us in the eye for what a minute or two to 5 minutes. I was like, hell, first of all, I don't like breaking into groups. And I don't want to look at anyone's eyes..
"danielle" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"So it's not that you're never generous. What I'm saying is those are still two words that are like your north star. Exactly. That's what it comes back to. Okay. And then I'm going to ask Danielle. Yeah, I'm happy to share. So for me, it was a process because I thought that I wanted to feel desired. And I still do want to feel desired. But if you really, really narrow it down, I really do want to feel powerful, but my way of feeling powerful is feeling fully accepted and feeling that my body is so amazing that my partner partners can get so much pleasure just by touching it and making me orgasm and feel great. So they get their pleasure through my pleasure. And that's my experience of being powerful and accepted. Yes. I feel that I think we can relate to both of these. So much and that comes from childhood as well. Yeah, definitely. I did not feel very accepted growing up. I got a lot of judgment around how I looked and there was a lot of correction of who I am. So if a lover is going to try and correct me is out in the bedroom, no corrections for me. And I'm sure you let them know ahead of time. There will be no correcting. Though, to know that we can take these childhood wounds and that they become our eroticism, but since so many people don't want to do the work as we say, how do we go there if we just kind of closed off all of our pain? You know, you never have to go to therapy to get these height turned on. Because your fantasies are the clue. So even if you don't know what the wounds are and you never figure out what the wounds are, your fantasy is show you what the turn ons are. Okay. And you might get a lot of healing from your core wounds without ever having to go to therapy if you have the sex that you're looking for. That's amazing. Yeah, because there's such a deep self acceptance that comes from it, you're worth goes up. You feel in control of your life in a different way. If you really get these fantasies met. And so it's very healing, even if you don't go to therapy. I love this. Okay, so the first thing we would do is we'd identify how we want to feel during sex. And then we do some breath work in the book where I'm kind of talking to each other. And then what's the next step? I mean, you have to read the book when you're going to do that. I'm just trying to get to court. But I really want to say that I think what's also really important about reading the book and therefore also what we find that's very powerful about the training as well is that people get exposure to different kinds of ideas that we give you a palette of ideas because people don't know even where to look. And then they start to see different ideas and different options and triggers for them possibilities did not think about before and it also are really big as big as goal is to reduce shame. Because so many things are okay and people fantasize and want to do so many things. Yeah, we all have childhood wounds. Let's see how we make the best out of it and how we like use fantasy and sexuality in a way that allows us to feel great about ourselves instead of feeling like we need to go into hiding and feel ashamed about ourselves. And I love what you're saying about we don't even know what's on the menu. Some people have elaborate fantasies. Some people have zero fantasies. They just know they want to spice it up. So what are some of the do we even daresay common examples that have helped lead people towards finding their core theme? Well, I think what we do in the book is we take you through tons of different possible ways. Everything from what movies turn you on to books to what are your fantasies to visualization. So we have so many ways to approach you discovering this about yourself, plus it's just full of people's stories, our stories, stories from our clients, people that we know who have been willing to share their stories with us. And so it gets that imagination flowing. And you start to go, oh, I could ask for that during sex. Wow, that didn't even occur to me that I could ask for that during sex. And then you start to sort of get to a sense of what you want, but we really rail against this one size fits all approach. There are so many teachers out there who are like, you know, do this particular kind of sex. Or do this particular kind of sex. And then anybody who doesn't fit into that is like, well, this doesn't turn me on. There must be something wrong with me. But we're like, no, you need to figure out what turns you on. It doesn't matter what anyone else wants. Right. And it's so true. I feel like we feel like there is a one size fits all. Like if I do tantra, then I'll be at one with myself and my partner. If I get into kink or I can tell her things, totally. And if you have the spiritual movie, tantra will be the place where you will blossom, right? But if you're kinky, then you need to be in a dungeon or somewhere else. So it's like not feel good. Exactly. So you really have to find the right place for you. And then you're particular expressions. And the more specific you get about what you want, the better it gets. Like, what are the exact words that I want to hear during sex? And I can tell my partner that, and how do I want them to touch me and where and when and what's the build up? And then what do I want to do before sex that gets me all excited? You know? Because sometimes it's not like what we're doing in the bedroom, but it's like, I want to be. It's the lead up. The tease. It's all those things, right? Keeping your pilot light lit. As you say. And for some people, what are you talking about?.
"danielle" Discussed on What's the 311
"And welcome to Sonia's podcast. Story time, y'all. So this story is about 17 year old girl. Who her name is Danielle. Whole mother's boyfriend actually slid her throat, but she survived. She's contains adult themes and graphic violence. Listener discretion is advised. So so the young girl one day she comes home from school. And she comes in the house, she noticed that the lights are out. But her mom is at work and she thought that the boyfriend Dante was at work too. But he wasn't. So she noticed he was standing there so she was like, Dante water lights out. So he said it was a power outage. So she looked around, you know, the neighborhood to see that everybody else likes was on except theirs. So he told her to go get the brush 'cause he needed to brush. So she goes into her mom's room to get the brush. But when he goes, when she goes into her mom room to get the brush, he tries to strangle her. So now he's strangled he strangles her and he cuts out the rope. So now she's bleeding profusely like really, really bad. So now she's holding her throat. But she's not dead. So now she's, she's playing dead. She's actually playing dead. So she's playing dead because how she's playing dead is that she's holding her breath. You know how I went swimmers hold their breath. So she's holding her breath. So Dante goes and check for a pulse, but he doesn't feel anything. So he wraps her up in a cover and he just leaves her. So now she thinks he's gone. But he's not. So she tries to get sit herself up to look for a phone to call the police, but there's no phone. So she hear Dante's coming back into the room. So she goes, she gets back under the cover. She holds her breath to play dead again. So, he takes the cover, wraps her in it, and throws her on the floor. So now she hears her mom car she hears the mother's car, but before she hears her mother car, she's thinking like, oh my God, he's going to, you know, he's going to rape because before she even throws on the floor, this is what she thinking like, oh my God, he's going to rape me now. But no, instead, he just takes her a rapper in the coming throws on the focus he hears her mom car. So now as her mother is approaching the house, this thing doesn't slit his wrists and the mother's thinking that he is really cut back. She see all the blood, but she think like he's cut really bad. So she's like, oh my God, we got to get you to the hospital. How did this happen? So she hears her mother sing and in her heart she's like, I want to get up and just run to my mother and hug my mother, but if I do, he's going to kill her too. This is what she's really saying. So he's like, nah, I'm going to be all right. You know, everything's going to be fine. So now he was like, oh, yeah, we could go to the hospital. So now the mother goes and runs to get bandages to help him. He takes the young girl body and throw it out on the back porch. What in Florida call a lie because it's closed in. So, but on there is no door. It's just stuff with their stores, you know, things that. So now that she's like, she's on the back porch, she's still in that cover. She's bleeding still badly. So now her mother come back in the room and her mother's like, you know, bandage it in him up. So she somehow God gave her the strength to stand up. And she's looking at him and he noticed she's looking at him. So he tells the mother like, oh, let's go, let's go. Yeah, let's go to the hospital. So, finally, she sees her little brother. So her brother's like, she tells her brother, go run, call the cops. So now her mother sees how running torture and her mother like what happened to you. So he tells a little brother, oh, I see what happened to it. They ran that way. So before she collapsed, she tells her mother, her mother's like, who did this to you? What happened to you? She's like, Dante did this as she collapsed. Before she collapses. She tells her mother that he did, you know, he the one who said her throat. So now the cops come arrest him. He gets what, 15 years for aggravated assault. Thank y'all for listening to storytelling. We're selling it, please follow me at SB 7 6. Please leave a comment at SV.
Trump Files Lawsuit Against Clinton, Democrats for Russia Claims
"Donald Trump has filed a bombshell lawsuit against Hillary Clinton. Yes, it's Trump versus Clinton. Not only Clinton as it turns out there are a number of other defendants and anyway, I'm delighted to be with you with my daughter, Danielle de Sue, a guild. She's the author of the book the choice, the abortion divide in America. She's also host of the TV show called counterculture with Danielle de Souza gill which appears on epic TV. Danielle, this is actually I think a lot of fun here and it looks like Trump is giving it to them. Look at all the defendants in this lawsuit. It's Hillary Clinton. It's the Democratic National Committee. It's the Parkinson schooly firm. It's Mark Elias who used to be a partner in that firm, Michael sussman. This is the guy, the democratic operative, who has been indicted by Durham, Jake Sullivan, John Podesta, Christopher Steele, of the Steele dossier, the FBI agent Peter struck and Lisa page, Andrew mccabe. So this is like this is like a menagerie of bad guys.
Dinesh and Daughter Danielle Discuss the KBJ Hearings
"My daughter Danielle de Souza gill is in town and you know Danielle, she's the author of the choice. The abortion divide in America. She's also the host of counterculture with Danielle desert gill. It's on epic TV. And we thought we would talk a little bit about the hearings and Brown Jackson. I'm afraid that this is a woman who's going to probably make her way on the court. Now she doesn't alter the balance of the court, but she is going to be on the left. I mean, in a group of leftists, she's going to probably occupy the fire disposition on the left. What do you make of her for a statement that she couldn't even define what a woman was? Well, I think that this just shows what Marsha Blackburn said, which is that this is how radical she really is. She really is just a far left wing progressive and even further than any kind of traditional progressive we would think of because she can't even acknowledge anything in the realm of feminism because she doesn't even know what a woman is. So she's obviously solely focused in her mind on the trans issue. But I think that hopefully I hope that people like Manchin cinema and others will see this as she is so radical. So please send this back and bring us back a more moderate Democrat or maybe someone who is left wing, but she is another level of left wing that is not acceptable. I mean, what you're saying is that even feminism is too right wing for her. Right wing for her because she doesn't acknowledge that there's such thing as a woman, even though she was nominated because she was a woman. She herself is a woman, but she clearly doesn't know that. So I don't even know how she identifies herself when she's marking her gender or on a paper or things like that. She doesn't know what woman
Would the Russia-Ukraine War Be Happening Under Trump?
"Debbie and I were in Florida the last couple of days and yesterday we had a very interesting one hour with Trump. We met in Mar-a-Lago and my family was there, Danielle, my daughter was there and her husband, so it was the four of us with former president Trump. And we talked about a bunch of stuff and I'm not going to go into it all. But he was very exercised, as he should be about the brutality that is being meted out by Putin in the Ukraine. And he rightly pointed out the obvious which is, this wouldn't be happening if I was in charge. If I was in the saddle, in fact, it didn't happen, so Trump doesn't have to prove it wouldn't happen. It didn't happen. So it's as the marxists like to say, it is no accident. It is no accident that this is happening under Biden. In fact, the last time the Russians acted up a Democrat was in The White House. Now, there's disturbing escalation at all levels in the Ukraine, perhaps most unnerving here is the foreign minister Sergei Lavrov. He's actually talking about the possibility of nuclear warfare. He was interviewed in Al Jazeera and he says, well, you know, who knows? It could be the start of World War three, and he goes World War three is going to be nuclear for sure. And unbelievably destructive. And so to have such an apparently casual references to nuclear war is disturbing to say the least. Now again, we should always think that these could be rhetorical tactics. It's a way of telling the west. Listen, it's very easy for you to talk about doing this and doing that, but don't forget that you're not your dealing here with a nuclear tipped power. And nuclear countries with massive nuclear capability deserve at least a modicum of respect because of what we can do to you if things get out of
How Seriously Should We Take the Left?
"Listen. Hi, dinesh. I was listening to your segment on AOC when she was saying that Texas will be between blue. Your reaction war with me very much. We have underestimated the left for four too long. We let them take over what we watch in CV, what is thought to our children in schools, and so much more, just because we keep dismissing their ideas as Looney and ridiculous. May I remind you that Donald Trump won Texas by less than 6% in 2020. Compared to 9% in 2016, Ted Cruz won his 2018 reelection by less than 3%. Compared to 16% in 2012, the numbers don't lie, so my recommendations to conservatives like you and libertarians like myself is to take the left seriously as crazy as some of them may sound. Things the next question. Good question. Let me start by saying, you know, first of all, I think that I think that you aren't something important. And that is that even figures like AOC, Ilhan Omar. Well, we've got to be a little careful in flatly dismissing them because they have strong constituencies. They mobilize and motivate a lot of people. In fact, my daughter, Danielle, was saying that she kind of studies AOC because she believes that AOC is playing a very kind of cunning game. And that AOC, whether she's right or not, is kind of beside the point because what she is is a, she's an actress. She's someone who's able to, she has an innate sense of theater and drama. She knows how to draw the camera and she knows how to make something appear cool. And very often for young people, it's more important to conform with the cool than it is to be convinced by an argument. So let me say right up front that I think that you are on the money on that aspect. What do you think about the broader point about the fragility of Texas? Oh, well, I think he's right on point. And I've never agreed with you on that one. And he basically said, don't dismiss these people. Don't dismiss beto. And when I heard that bethel was running for governor, I not that I think he'll win, but I do think that he fools a lot of people.
Dinesh and Daughter Danielle Discuss the Left's Distorted View of the Working Class
"It's been really fun to have my daughter Danielle de Sousa Gil in town. We've been hanging out and we're about to head to California. The whole gang because we're doing some filming there for this new movie. But I thought it'd be fun to talk on the podcast today about an interesting article that it just came across about the culture war. Now, the culture war is thought to be a war over values. The leftist promoting progressive values, the right is promoting conservative values and I think the interesting thing Danielle about this is that a lot of people on the left think that working class people are economically liberal. But socially conservative. And the left thinks, wait a minute, why do these working class people always want to vote for their values, things like they don't like the gays? They all for guns there. They're religious fanatics. Why don't they vote their economic interests? We the Democrats are willing to give them all these benefits, but evidently those benefits are are not appealing. So what is what is wrong with this liberal logic that sees the working class as deluded and incapable of understanding its own interests? Well, the left always thinks that they know what's best. They always think that the leftist and leads like joy behar know what's best for people who are these maybe working class. I wouldn't say that actually they are mostly liberal because we've seen so many more people moving to the conservative side just because of this because they've realized that it's the conservative method that helps them to do better, whereas this idea that just getting by on welfare that whatever the left is offering them is obviously not working for them. So I think that they would know what's best, not these other experts who would be telling them what's
Barty wins drought-breaking Australian Open women's title
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Barty to face Collins in bid to end Australian title drought
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Tsitsipas advances in Australia; Collins, Swiatek into semis
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Alize Cornet reaches quarterfinals at her 63rd Grand Slam
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Cilic upsets No. 5 Rublev to reach 4th round
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Medvedev withstands Kyrgios, crowd to advance in Australia
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Andy Murray wins in Australia for 1st time since 2017
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Titans' NFL-best winning streak now 7, edge Saints 23-21
"The Titans picked up their sixth straight win by holding off the seats twenty three twenty one Ryan Tannehill ran and threw for touchdowns to help Tennessee improved to seven to ten hill had a one yard run just after the two minute warning in the first half giving the Titans a thirteen six lead Danielle was nineteen of twenty seven for two hundred thirteen yards we are going to suffer but I'm never gonna projects for wind proud of our guys we battled through they were able to make some some plays when it counted and and come with the wind so proud of our guys really you know stepping up Trevor Simeon tossed a fifteen yard TD pass to Marquez Callaway with one sixteen left pulling the seats within twenty three twenty one but Simeone threw incomplete to mark Ingram on the two point try dropping New Orleans to five and four I'm the ferry
In Major Shift, NIH Admits Funding Risky Virus Research in Wuhan
"Meanwhile, you got a complete reversal now on the whole national Institutes of health. Funding of the Wuhan virality, virology lab Vanity Fair, Vanity Fair is reporting that senator Rand Paul was onto something when he challenged Tony Fauci about what the NIH and American health officials knew and when they knew it about the dangerous experimentation China was doing with viruses, which led us, credence to the theory that China is a 100% responsible for this worldwide plague. This awful awful virus that has taken so many lives. All of a sudden, worse Fauci. Danielle Rand Paul and apology when Vanity Fair suggests Rand Paul was right and foushee was wrong, Fauci has spent a year and a half. Lashing out at and denying the claim. That the NIH and American health officials hands are dirty in this. Anybody who tried to suggest on social media got canceled and their accounts suspended. Now all of a sudden, the NIH sends there's a letter out where the NIH admits funding gain of function research. And where's the mainstream media? Where are the mainstream reporters on this
"danielle" Discussed on Midlife Mastery
"Asking questions and seeing how are people using this product. And can i get any engagement or enthusiasm about this product any momentum and if the enters no there it's quite possible that you're either in the wrong industry for the product needs to be tweaked and in some cases like you said it's just a bad idea you gave it a go in you know upon further examination or analysis. The business case wasn't as strong as you thought it was people. Just don't like it. They're not ready you know. There's there's a million reasons but you know sometimes things don't just don't work out but oftentimes you know the most successful products you see out. There didn't start as that idea. They started something else. And they morphed into the thing that it became. So you know it's it's a it's a target but there's course corrections and sometimes of course correction means the products a little bit different in the end in. Sometimes you know sometimes scrap it actually at least my next question there. Danielle is so how do you know. And i know. There's not a universal one answer to this but what are some of the things that you think about when you know do persist a pivot like sometimes. It's just going that extra day. That extra foot is gets the breakthrough another times. You know you hear. No the breakthrough came. When i actually kinda turned away from where i was going right so so. Pivots aren't usually one eighties. They're usually small adjustments. But if you my in my experience the biggest indicator of whether or not you need to pit or or scrap it is what are your users doing with your product in. Is there a community. That's engaged so you know. I've a lot of products. That just didn't make it but it's because the the users didn't love what was what the product was we had one i was working for one startup company and and we had a little bit of organic growth. We had maybe a thousand users. It was a good private. The was great you x. Was great and what we discovered. Was that those thousand users weren't engaging as much as we would like them to first with the product and then secondly with us so we st- because that team was ready to accelerate growth so we thought let's go to the music base and see you know our power users are the people who abandoned. See what we can what information we can glean from that community and we really couldn't get much information at all which to me was a red flag. There's something wrong with this product of the power users won't even respond and tell you what's good or bad or what market. You should like what what should be new features you know. Usually if the consumers engaged either violently against violently four. You're you're on to something if it's a bunch of news is probably rethink your strategy during the pandemic you know people are laid off. People rethought their lives. I think suspect a lot of people have been thinking about. Were have started. Businesses tried to launch products. Tried to you know. Get it out there. Especially maybe those of us kind of would be listening to this podcast. Who you know are over. Fifty and kind of looking at career choices and career changes whether those were voluntary or forced upon them. So you mentioned the ideas last part of that is just. The idea isn't enough. As i understood it like once you get the idea. It sounds like it almost takes a back burner to the to the other things. I have that correct. Yes one hundred percent. You have this initial idea. Then you have to go on and and listen to what. The market wants an examine your industries and and do the do the legwork and then if you build something then you see what the customer wants and still your ideas last year..
Croatian police identify woman found with memory loss
"A mystery woman in Croatia has been identified the woman was found in an area inhabited by bears in a remote area on the northern Adriatic island she had no idea who she was or where she came from after receiving numerous tips the woman was identified as fifty seven year old Danielle Adam Coba from Slovakia a man is a a top psychologist marina credulous as her amnesia is total total amnesia and it might be related to various aspects of her personal history Adam Koebel was reportedly a successful jewelry designer the wanted up being homeless Vladimir apple tech treated her at a local hospital that's too much to support everything he says the person can fully recover depending on what triggered the memory loss and how severe if any brain injury they have suffered police describe Adam called his condition as stable and social services will take over once he is released from the hospital I'm a Donahue
"danielle" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
"Our children become who they were literally born to be. Danielle is the parent of a fourteen year. Old boy and a five year old girl. Welcome danielle thanks so much for having me. I'm excited to be here. I love research. I'm the nerd of this podcast. So i i love. This was so fascinating. I can't wait to unpack this with you. So we're the book starts if there's one thing we believe when we become parents is that it's up to us for this to work out or not right or rules. Parents are crucial. they're critical and that's all we got. We better not mess this up. The truth argue is actually much more complicated. Yes so as he said in the intro. My background is that. I studied genetic and environmental influences on human behavior and a lot of my research is on kids and so i knew that my research was super helpful in raising my own son but i that so many of my smart accomplished other mom friends were putting so much pressure on themselves and worried so much about their every single decision. And what i knew was okay. The research suggests that's not really putting too much pressure on ourselves. We don't need to worry so much because the bottom line is a lot of our kids. Behavior is influenced by their genes right. They've already got a lot of what they need. For growth and development coded within. And so i sort of remind parents have think about like when you were pregnant that you did things to try and help your child grow and develop right. You try to eat healthy and you probably tried to keep your stress down and but you were not thinking. Oh my gosh. I have to attend so many prenatal yoga classes or else my child will not develop arms right or if only i e a perfect diet then my child going to get an extra arm. We just basically our job is. Don't mess it up right.
Stephens Overpowers Gauff at US Open; Osaka’s Foe Withdraws
"Naomi Osaka has reached the US open third round after receiving a second run walk on but when her opponent good Danilovich withdrew before the match two thousand seventeen champion Sloane Stephens also reached the third round that out that she won the highly anticipated all American showdown with teenage daughter coco Gauff Stephen's experience a kilo six four six to win women's wins also if the Danielle Collins Simona Halep and the second seed on a separate link up in the menstrual Frances tiafoe continued his run now into the third round joined there by second seed Daniil Medvedev I'm grand I got
Should You Take a Magnesium Supplement?
"I tackle magnesium. Because i don't think that's a lot of people think about that as a supplement a lot or taking it as a supplement. I know that. I really haven't ever thought too. Much about magnesium. So why do why do we need it and i guess kind of from your perspective as wow your own personal journey of taking it You know how did that. Change your own health and wellness. Yeah course on so. Eighty percent of americans are actually deficient in magnesium. Magnesium is involved in more than six hundred reactions our body while energy creation to protein formation to gene maintenance muscle movements it regulates your nervous system. It's really kind of the he nutrient. I think that is so important. Our bodies and for me. It has given me more energy helped with my sleep. More than i could tell you Personally i'm a taipei person. Not my mind isn't stop. And ever. Since i've started taking the magnesium i take it has a sleep like a baby. That's his your i may gets roof. You're talking to you to taking this. Snap mind is the same way are like you know if we like. Hang out with friends or something. I'll like think about the whole converse anal have trouble sleeping because i'll like replayed organization my and it's really helps with my depression as well which i know. Healing my gut has helped that too but the magnesium has really helped Just kind of find more communist in my mood again with a how important sleep well Sleep feel like is sometimes more important than food and exercise and the magnesium has has really helped with
"danielle" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Business coco is one member of beyond his end nation and we have other members of the amazon nation as well on this across on unit. This couple of embroidery units And these are all run by women. Full women as well And where in regular communication with all of them fantastic do you. Do you think they will be an expansion of the by set of skews that you may be offering women in the future beyond these sorts of skew sets cam. You know being able to become teachers or other things things like that whereas stop not at this point in time at this point in time with purely focused on the three missions that he's getting the women to grow stronger to make sure that they stay healthy to start with. That's number one. You know so. They have face. Masks person has clean drinking water and they provide healthy food. you know. It's a job to make sure that. As he said have bought emmons regular vitamin and blood tests dietitians to make sure they can actually function and then to give them regula work providing an education institute as a whole different thing but right now with hughley into keeping them in their environment giving a missed opportunity empowering women as much as possible notes excellent. You can see it coming to you the coming to the workplace and have that small device the baiming. They've got they're standing you you've transformed. I is probably the best to us here. tell us about a success story. Can you share any success stories with us that stick in your mind walls. It means one one of the lady said to me once danielle you give us wings to fly but what we really do is just in able them to realize their own. Potential is all realizing that own capability. And as i said having their voice be heard so one of the success success stories. Is that girl who went for more than a week from for not being hit the background of that is that at work. They taught to make decisions from the very beginning. Is this the same or different. How are you going to solve that problem. Who else can you asked to solve this. How so lots questions always asked to force these people to think Which they've never done before and so once that becomes second nature and they implement that thinking stolid at home very quickly turns into. What made you wanna do that. Why did you hit me. that's unacceptable. it's steps up. The game doesn't it. yes very much. So and so the you know the ladies Glow from within and they learn all sorts of leadership skills along the way so with coping. One part of your involvement with the autism nation. The nation work itself. What can you see in terms of the next twelve months has had you see it unfolding. Now we've got to villages and by the end of the next twelve months. If we had up to somewhere between ten and twenty villages it would be amazing. Obviously a very very worthy target. I'd say many more than that would be the ultimate goal. Let's talk about The mechanics behind how corporates can actually get involved. Can we do that for the yes. Sure so go to the amazon.
"danielle" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"It's rick i'm your host and today do i have somebody very very special lined up for you. I have on the line. The incomparable daniel chill working to the show. Danielle thank you can. Hello hello twenty one. Oh yes tom we were talking about. How quickly time does flaw. You know we've been dealing with certain things in the last year. Which i'm pretty sure we all familiar with a little bit about and it's quite it's one of those years at I don't think many people were too upset to see the tile end of but putting that the of now i what he's on the show this year we're going to be talking about our daniels. Businesses by coco and the.
"danielle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Doing Danielle I'm good how are you Larry are crazy no sport what do you mean yeah I know I know I know but hopefully I'm doing a good job hopefully are you doing excellent well thank you excellent all right what you got for me tonight okay you realize Brady is moving to Connecticut yeah but he also bought property in Vegas too don't forget yeah I think he actually I do you can stay in a win win which I don't want them to get them out well it's just it's he's act like you are I like he and his wife they could buy property anywhere you know I mean it's like it's not like the year I buying a house that we're gonna move because we bought a house here in Florida you know I mean absolutely and news of this on this this guy offense alignment for Philadelphia I like Jason Peters that's why I like to get to get that free agency okay and then go after what's his name from our CEO the wide receiver Jeff has sent Justin Jefferson yeah god sent him in the second round yeah and I want to go the last thing because I know you're really busy yeah I want to go put on sports night there was no sports night or ESPN oh my god I won't let you found me out to I'll be back next weekend two nights which night it's in this time frame so Saturday into Sunday this time frame and Friday into Saturday the same time frame to six so you know you find Saturday yeah I got to wow tell sports come back well it looks like they're going to be for a while all right well then let's do it where to do it I'll talk to you next week all right I appreciate the call thank you all right bye bye Daniel by okay we got John in Brooklyn you're up next John well Danielle hi how are you John all right are you Daniel I got a great wrestler great what a great gimmick okay the million the million dollar man the memo and the daily said the million dollar man everybody I mean everybody has a price for the million dollar man and then he had a bodyguard Virgil so you had a million dollar man out of a bodyguard Virgil and they had great skips all the time and and what year are we talking it could have been the eighties and I'm not sure okay only the eighties and nineties you have the music for maybe what we search on Google for it what we ten billion dollar ma'am your million dollar man music all right we're looking for we are on it the million dollar man music theme song we're on it all right by request John we'll we'll pull it up for you okay thank you all right appreciate the call R. J. and we are a that may be the last the song that we are playing for you guys here tonight the million dollar man W. W. F. I assume it was at the time rueful as diligently checking YouTube looks like he is located it one second he just told me okay through that again we can add okay so as he's doing that last chance get a board eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six and are we are we have been talking a lot of different things night the interval of CVA vote should be coming out sometime this morning here we go everybody is and that is the.
"danielle" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"It and it is the most disgusting thing I ever put in my mouth fishing. It was real crab I didn't know until I consumed it. It was a real crab it was garbage. I don't know how it got there and I I should have known once they were go to catch on my instagram. If you WANNA see it but it was come out. You're about to do something awful. Oh It's so bad andrew screw you. Xm You're about to do something that your friends ask you to do in the phones whip out. Just Stop Right now Gandhi. What's up with you? I just wanted to thank all of you guys and a charity that we're working with because I'm going to donate a piece of art and I'm so excited. This is so exciting. Have been so supportive of all of this. I told you that my boyfriend and I have started painting and a lot of people expressed interest. And we have this benefit coming up chefs for kids cancer and they have an auction so I was like you know what I would like to donate one and they were so nice about it a little magazine and everything and our pictures there and brought in the piece today and you guys were amazing and I told Alex we have to have an original Gandhi. This is an imprint. And this is the real deal. And he's like we don't have any walls left. Stop it on. I make you a sculpture for the floor. Thank you so much for doing that. Of course I love it. I love that they let me part of it and I'm super excited on behalf of chefs with chefs for kids cancer and cookies for cancer. Thank you so much. That's next this next week. Yes it is God condie. You're an artist. Okay all right coming up in a second. We have to talk to our sister Carla. Marie as you know she and Anthony are now doing their morning. Show in Seattle as calls birthday. It's her birthday. I WanNa wish her happy birthday. And I want you to hear what's going on in Seattle because that's a whole different world as far as the krona viruses going. And what's what they're dealing with their anyway but it will handle this in a expeditious way to make sure we have time to wish her happy birthday. Also have to talk about as you know. Danielle gave up chocolate for lent. And this is not the first time you've done this. You've done this several times. I didn't do it last year. I did something else but I have done it for years. And it's not easy to do most of the time I do pretty well with it. Okay so yesterday You guys were doing the fifteen minute morning. Show podcast and I had to like weapon and without I was only here for a second. Yes but why was here? Danielle ran into the other room and grabbed a serial in brought it in here. Started eating it. Unless that's so out of all the five hundred serials we do have in there because of the serial killers podcast. We have literally five hundred. Different boxes of different cereals. That is the only serial that Dave Brody likes so he got bent out of shape that you're eating his favorite cereal and of all the cereals. You eight hits. It's one of my favorite cereals as well but now I know why it tasted extra good yesterday over here like Chow down. I even had you pour some in my hand because we don't Hanjin and I ate some of this. What's it called? I'll tell you what? Let me just go. Just play this. Let me just play the sound from yesterday? Pieces of like I duNno like chocolate. That would bake with or we were saying. There's not enough chocolate in this. Okay see it's called Kellogg's Special K chocolate delight naturally flavored with other natural flavors crunchy wheat and rice flakes with chocolate e pieces. And you were eating at your eating so much of it. We couldn't understand what you were saying right. Gandhi time.
"danielle" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"It, and it is the most disgusting thing I ever put in my mouth fish. It was real crab. I didn't know until I consumed it. It was a real crab. It was garbage I. Don't know how it got there and I. I should have known once they were go to catch on my instagram. If you WANNA? See it, but it was. Come out. You're about to do something awful oh so bad. Andrew Screw you Xm. You're about to do something. That your friends ask you to do in the phones. Whip out. Just stop right now. Gandhi. What's up with you? I just wanted to thank all of you guys and. That we're working with because I'm going to donate a piece of art and I'm so excited over. This is so exciting. have been so supportive of all of this I told you that. My boyfriend and I have started painting and a lot of people expressed interest, and we have this benefit coming up chefs for kids, cancer and they have an auction so I was like you know what I would like to donate one and they were so nice about it. A Little magazine and everything and our pictures there and brought in the piece today and you guys were amazing, and I told Alex. we have to have an original Gandhi. This is an imprint, and this is the real deal and he's like we don't have any walls left. Stop It on, I make you a sculpture for the floor. Thank you so much for doing that. Of course I love it I love that they let me part of it and I'm super excited on behalf of chefs with chefs for kids, cancer and cookies for cancer. Thank you so much. That's next this next week. Yes, it is God condie. You're an artist. Fissile all right coming up in a second. We have to talk to our sister Carla. Marie as you know. She and Anthony are now doing their morning show in Seattle as calls birthday. It's her birthday. I WanNa wish her happy birthday, and I want you to hear what's going on in Seattle a whole different world. As far as the crow virus is going and what they're dealing with their anyway, but it will handle this in a expeditious way to make sure we have time to wish her happy birthday also have to talk about. As. You Know Danielle gave up. And this is not the first time you've done this. You've done this several times. I didn't do it last year. I did something else, but I have done it for years, and it's not easy to do most of the time. I do pretty well with it, okay? So yesterday, you guys were doing the fifteen minute morning. Show podcast and I had to like. Weapon and without I only here for a second. Yes, but why was here? Danielle ran into the other room and grabbed a serial. In brought it in here. Started eating it unless it's. So, out of all the five hundred serials we do have in there. Because of the serial killers podcast. We have literally five hundred different boxes of. That is the only serial that Dave Brody likes so he got bent out of shape that you're eating his favorite cereal and of all the cereals you eight hits. It's one of my favorite cereals as well, but now I know why it tasted extra good yesterday. Over here like Chow Down, I even had you pour some in my hand because we don't Hanjin. Some of this, what's it called? I'll tell you what let me just go. Just play this. Let me just play the sound from yesterday. Pieces of like I dunno like chocolate. That would bake with or wait. Wait hold on. We were saying there's not enough chocolate in this okay. It's called Kellogg's Special K chocolate. Delight naturally flavored with other natural flavors, crunchy wheat and rice flakes with chocolate e pieces, and you were eating at your eating so much of it. We couldn't understand what you were saying. Right Gandhi. Time.
"danielle" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Are you guys love you more? Hold on a second all right. Thanks to twix cookies and cream love him. Another shot at winning a thousand dollars tomorrow morning with another twix cookies and cream. Free money phone tap speaking of chocolate. Yeah I know. Danielle report is coming up in a moment. What do you have coming up? We're GONNA talk about Meghan. Markle and Prince Harry making their final round in the United Kingdom and Daniel. Kohei coming up in a few minutes. We have to talk about a mishap. Why Danielle is going to hell? Let's go to Rachel. Rachel how're you doing? How're you doing well? So you lost your best friend of fifteen years because eventing about your husband. What HAP- Well I guess I opened up to her too much over our fifteen years of friendship and eventually got to the point this past summer that she was upset that I wasn't more upset with him over something he had done that. I forgave him and it wasn't anything a major thing that he had done but she was upset so she ended our friendship. We are no longer. I lost my best friend. So you're you're my best friend for fifteen years and now you have told me even as heinous as I thought it was what your husband did to you. You forgave him. Therefore I can't forgive you and be your friend. Yes exactly break. Yeah it breaks my heart every day and I've tried to reach out to her and she is just not being receptive of it snowed going back do you do. You think you've done something wrong or do you think this is really just over the line for her response in her reaction. No I didn't do anything wrong. I mean she just I think because of her relationship and her marriage and she did and it. I just think that she wanted me to. I think should have happier honestly what. I was arguing with him because she was so unhappy in her relationship. Okay so there's a deeper part of the story but do you do you if you could do it all over again. Would you not vent as much to your friends about what happened with? Yeah now I very I watch what I say. I don't open up as much because I'm afraid that my friends are GonNa take it against him and me and it's just it causes strain because they were rarely close as well. We had all been really close for many many years. You know it so easy for us to trust whatever we say to be fine everything we say whatever. I want to say these are my friends and we're moving through November. I feel about the situation. They'll feel the same way There's not always that way all right Rachel. Thank you invest luck with you and your husband. Okay thank you. I appreciate it whenever vent to your family because they definitely will hold the grind absolutely especially your mom or dad. Forget my best friend's name but he's I swear to God. He remembers people who wronged me. When I was four years old. I remember that girl that stole a candy from you. I'll never forgive my dad. We reform venting is a very. Isn't that a very important thing to be able to do to be able to say. Hey this got to get this off much here. Why don't then? Who Do you event too? If you think everyone's GonNa take it seriously and then like screw it. All up therapists are great writing letters. You never send also great I have a whole pile of those Daniel report up next. Danielle what are you coming up with? Prince Harry making their final round in the UK. Danielle keep in mind coming up Daniel gave up chocolate for lent. Let's see what happened.
"danielle" Discussed on Practice Imperfect
"So why sup it? Why I reject it. So strongly for so long. It was my own show with my sister. She had her own mental illness stuff going on and I couldn't fix her. It makes you feel powerless and then also I didn't think I was smart enough to do this I struggled in school so much growing up. I didn't have that confidence to know. You can do this. School is just one part of it. It's not all of it. So it had to take me doing all these other things and I could do them and I was good at them, but I didn't enjoy them. The way that I enjoy this, I had to get over my own shit and reflect more on myself and become more self aware, so I could be in this fully because we all have our moments where we're in this. And we get activated with things and we're like, all right, wait. Where is this coming from? But if you don't go through the other stuff in your life, you don't have that awareness. And then you can't really help your client. Yeah. To be able to empathize deeply. You're going to need to have watched the walk and kind of going through your own stuff. So it sounds like you guys have. In many ways. Yeah. Gotta dig up your own shit to help other people take up theirs. Right. You could just stuff it down. There are those clinicians out there who I know have maybe not been given the go ahead to be insecure to be vulnerable. That's okay. And you see it in their struggle to do the work well. Being aware of yourself and being attuned to, I've dropped the ball here, I'm screwing up, not being able to admit that. Can really be a major block to any quality work. Absolutely. Yeah, yeah. I think I really contrasted from what Danielle said with the schooling portion because I remember I took a year off before I decided what I wanted to do for after my undergrad. And I remember at impulse decision, I was like, you know what? I'm gonna get my masters in counseling. That was something that interested me. I remember sitting in that helping relationships class. And I was like, oh, fuck, I'm exactly where I need to be. This is what I want to do. And I was so excited and it's just a field me throughout. And sometimes you just have to experience it to know that this is where you want to be in life and it's actually bringing you closer to self actualizing. Truly. For having pursued this field. A lot of the time, there is a self serving element to it. What are we getting out of this having pursued this as a profession? Knowing it's not the money. It's an art form for me. It kind of takes me away from myself. And being able to serve a greater good. I like the sense that I'm helping and helping this individual. I'm helping a family and then that impacts the world as a whole. So feeling like I'm doing something greater than just me is I guess kind of self serving in that aspect where I feel like I have the power to make a change in the world. So there's that noble aspect of it that it does is fulfilling knowing that for the greater good. There is that positive impact. Right, right. When I told you guys about how I wanted to do career in comedy, for me, it's always been like, I want to make a room of people laugh. I want to make room of people feel good to put a smile on someone's face. That makes sense. I think for anyone's job no matter what there's a self serving aspect because we're humans and if we don't love or enjoy what we do, then you're not gonna be happy. So there's always an element of that. But I think a little piece of us too is always trying to heal what we couldn't heal when we're therapists. So that little kid inside of you is trying to come up in different ways and try to heal that or regain control in a situation where they felt out of control. So that's also a piece where at least for me, I try to be very aware of when I have a client who's bringing that up in me to acknowledge that and to not have that counter transference going on either. But I don't want to say it's selfish. It's just like there's so much like I'm sorry, I'm just gonna go real deep here. There's so much pain all around us 24/7 and in the world that it's if you can help even one person with that pain or channel that pain into something differently, it could have a lasting effect and they can go into the world and do that for someone else. And the kids that I work with, their stories are so intense. And I fully believe that when you experience something that intense, you remember, they have all of our kids have so many gifts it's kind of insane. They can sing they can draw they can dance right and to be able to bring that outward later if they get the right tools. The good that they're going to be able to do. And having survived a lot of. I think that's something I forget sometimes is that there's this training to pathologize a lot of the ways, but really focusing on the strengths and really building on those. It comes naturally, but sometimes I need to verbalize it more. Like, wow, I'm really seeing the strengthen you really tie things associated with it. Yeah, with all of those skills. Even just the fact that they're there, they're present, their family got them there, like that is just worth being praised for because it's a big undertaking for a lot of people really. Yeah, yeah. What are some of the things you're most afraid of happening in a session? Somebody walking out. I've never been walked out on because there are certain parents that, especially when I'm in the rapport building stage and I'm trying my hardest, I am able to identify discrepancies and the things they say and how they are presenting their parenting skills versus the actuality of what's going on. I feel like sometimes I'm a bit timid in that area because I don't want to just outwardly challenge them and destroy the rapport before it even begins. But especially with dad's dads who feel like they don't need therapy. I've had dads who are sitting there and they're like, I don't think I need marriage therapy if I did, then our marriage is already over, so why am I even here and I'm sitting there like, well, this is very similar. And so I think, especially with fathers who recognize that things aren't working and that they're not willing to change. And if I challenge that, they need to change something. And they recognize that they're not going to, and that things in the relationship aren't going to get better. What would that look like? Then possibly having all this as to whether they return or not, what do they say in that session? It's scary. It also is like a rejection of you. I love rejection of, I guess, that's what it would drum up for me anyway. This is like by walking out I rejected you in this whole process and it's not working for me. So no. I feel like that's every day. Yeah. I mean, I feel like everything that I've feared has happened. Like being walked out on being told, I feel like I don't know what you're doing. That sucked. And I was like, she's fucking right. That one scares me a lot. That happened recently where I was like, she's so right. Especially with, I really struggle with this one client. She's tough. I don't know what the fuck to do with her. And that sucks. Because.
"danielle" Discussed on Practice Imperfect
"Welcome back. This is part two of our interview with Danielle keppra and Brian figueroa on practice and perfect. How do you guys build your friends or people you meet? Are like, oh, what do you do and you tell them what they what you do, and then they're like, oh, you analyzing me? Because it's really that they feel insecure, but I find for myself anyways and I become insecure of like, oh, God, everyone thinks that I'm always picking them or whatever. I be able to turn it off or is it still happening? You just don't verbalize it. I think I'm just natural. I've always done that with people and it's not like I'm actively sitting here like, oh, let me put all these patterns together. It's just I observe human beings and if I've come up with analysis, it's totally on my fault. To whether you choose to share it or not. Exactly. Yeah, it's tough not to kind of enter the therapist mode sometimes. Because yeah, I will actively listen to you. And I will do that. That is something I shine with. And that's great. And then I become absent on the room and sometimes. And like, wow, wait, nope, I need to hello. I have some thoughts, opinions, like this is important, so it's a conscious shift back and forth and you know what? No, let's honor me and who I am and that's okay. I like people around me should accept that. Yeah, that's definitely a part of that. I usually just emphasize that that's my day job. As soon as I leave work, then that hat comes off. But like you said it does, you know, naturally occur, you utilize your skills and but you are your own person at that time. So you can even clarify for them to do you want me to do that? Well, what's your response would you like right now? What do you mean?.
"danielle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Life ball Kim thanks for joining us tonight Danielle how are you doing good how are you good everything is great alright so in the opening today I outlined many similarities between the teams in my open and in a game where the two teams have only won three games combined this season to you which giants jets similarities the most compelling story line later today it's got to be the quarterbacks right because I think with close quarterbacks we have seen plenty of room for optimism and we have also seen sort of the the red marks or that the black market if you well where it looks like there's cause for concern both of them can move probably I know that Daniel we've seen some speed from him I think moving in the pocket you would probably give the edge to Sam Donald he's such a fluid mover I've had a couple players in the league you know previous to this bad street from Sam described him as Aaron Rodgers like in his movement and that's it you know obviously incredible praise from other NFL players so I think in movement in the pocket you would give the edge to Sam I think both are accurate enough I think Daniel speed has been impressive he can actually you know get out there Ryan and and take a hit and get a big first down for you I think Daniels accuracy judgment have all been very good he's got a hold on to the football say on the intersections and the turnovers have also been alarming since he's come back from mine I would really since he left that Dallas game which was great it is coming back from mine also I think you see a lot of good and some bigger picture fairly big concerns from both of them but none of that son usual with young quarterbacks know both teams I mean the way it's going have probably a top five pick in the draft no would they be in the cornerback market or is it too soon to tell should they stay the course with these two guys that they have both teams the giants will stay the course with Daniel Johns barring something completely unforeseen over the next couple months that I have no doubt about I think did Adam gase would want to stay the case stay the course with Sam Donaldson matter what and I think I would stay the course with him Donald no matter what with Donald I just think now it's been a little bit of an alarming stretch here where I am probably much more forgiving when I think of someone who played with mono almost certainly obviously sat out because of mono and he's coming back from mono that's unheard of in the NFL for anyone let alone a quarterback so I am much more forgiving with Sam in terms of this probably being a last year but for good reason but I do think over the last couple months he needs to show a little bit more of the good we've seen from Donald but to answer your question in a sentence it would shock me if either the jets or giants I take in the next draft a quarterback now let's take the top three similarities I have well the down to the jets and giants I'll ask who has a better game today why number one dual threat running backs is it can we say come Barkley or levy on bell today well I think recent history tells us probably Barkley but maybe not the Barclay that we were used to seeing a year ago a lot of that has to do with the offense of line a lot of that has to do with the skill players around him and the attention that defenses have to give to them or don't have to give to them so my guess would be Barkley I I do suspect we are due at some point a breakout from lady on Dow where we say that lady on now but is his line good enough to do it if it is on if it is Sunday if it is good enough to do it against the giants that will be an incredible indictment of the giants defensive line in my opinion has not frankly played very well the season now developing young quarterbacks Daniel Jones or Sam's Arnold has the better game my sense is that Daniel Jones will have the better game the job of the jet had issues as we now all season at cornerback those.
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"Danielle your old dawn with no new trick and it's not no no so why did you throw the red one well she really you know it goes below the belt she talks about my children about my family i it was she needed to cool off seriously and i had i don't even drink so i had a grab dolores wine and just throat right near fix on her rented you know what was your reaction to that fight danielle kept stirring the third okay the whole bakke -cation right so yes you're going to get wine thrown in your face r._a. was terrifying terrifying finally well wendy contemplates whether she'll ever look at monkeys or lip liner the same way again i thought i will get her take on all the insults thrown on this season of jersey here's what it's time for wendy i'm gonna go through some of the most cutting remarks from this season you say whether they were below the belcher not what's it below the belt when margaret said jennifer slips looked like a monkey's well yeah yeah yes it went theresa's first trainer told her she looked like a pile of even though she looked amazing that was way below the was it below the belt when jackie said if theresa could controller husband he wouldn't be in jail yes wasn't below the belt when margaret said jennifer's husband has a girlfriend and then admitted she was lying see that on the fence about as i feel like maybe there was some truth to that obviously you did touch nerve was global oh the was below the goat when marty said margaret doesn't want to walk into a room with danielle because nobody will look at margaret that was the dumbest thing i've ever it was it wasn't below the was so stupid day culinary sneak on outsides of jersey the explosive drama in kabul continues here's a sneak peek jan you break class like just get your nasc kit james then wasn't kidding to her tell you something theresa earls crazy and she's out she didn't throw listen and lawers can't see margareta toxic one there you go all right lots lots and store next week praise are you into the season this season and look everybody knows when tensions are running high tequila makes it better let's go to jennifer from parkland florida hey jennifer what you question albakov and ian unique baby news margaret if the relevant to you why do you let comments about your kids get you so much a lots of good question you know why because she was pushing pushing she talked about it to melissa and then she was in my face i said to hurt just you know i want to nor you i'm not into it in the whole conversation and then she was screaming screaming across my face i thought she just needed a little cooling off i think don't bring dumping them into it i keep a lot of my children private and she knows that i'm around most of my children so that's why annoyed me let's go to jacqueline from chicago with a question for wendy jacqueline what's your question okay wendy what was your reaction to kevin hart down ocean the oscars i know you guys work together on think like a man too yeah i think kevin is a sweet person and he apologized for everything he said once someone apologizes are supposed to give them a break after that i don't know i like kevin i thought i've always thought he was was a sweet person i know he regrets what he said and there you go i don't know what why anyone would want to host the oscars that's kind of a losing proposition no matter who does it but i know that that kevin is a good person and he regrets what he said margaret axel q. emailed us wants to know if you think franken dolores or secretly banging i hope they're secretly banking i mean they're listed there in the same house there's definitely heat between them but i'm not sure i always ask them always trying to get it out of the both definitely yes i'm always i'm hoping they're banging wendy we got tux from l. louise b which it lanta o._c. or new jersey new girl is your least favorite edition is my new girls are you not liking right now the o._c. girl with dark hair why can't i'm i'm a liberally yeah she makes me very anxious yes all right and i think it's mostly her husband that makes me anxious but yeah she she makes me anxious back to the phones caller what's your.