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Deborah Birx warns Boston is among major US cities seeing increases in coronavirus cases

WBZ Midday News

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

Deborah Birx warns Boston is among major US cities seeing increases in coronavirus cases

"The state DPH today reporting 162 new Corona virus cases, 32 new deaths, the highest number this month. New numbers coming out of four today, a Dr Burkes with the White House Corona borrows Taskforce listed Boston and Suffolk County as a place of concern to watch. Chelsea Revere and Boston all reporting an uptick in

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Birx warns about increasing coronavirus cases in several cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Boston and Washington, DC

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Birx warns about increasing coronavirus cases in several cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Boston and Washington, DC

"I knew why The sighted University of Washington model is predicting that as many as 300,000 deaths in the second half of the year as we've had in the first half as many as the second half, believes we will reach 300,000 by the first of December, CBS's Chris Martinez says. The dire warning comes as a top doctor warns people in certain places should be on alert. Dr. Deborah Birks of the White House Corona virus task force warns there are troubling Corona virus numbers in 10 local areas. In a call, first reported by the Center for Public Integrity. She lists Atlanta, Baltimore, Kansas City, Portland, Omaha, as well as California's Central Valley, Boston, Chicago, Detroit and Washington. D. C. As concerning

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Trump administration sticks to schools plan as U.S. nears 5 million coronavirus cases

America's Truckin' Network

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

Trump administration sticks to schools plan as U.S. nears 5 million coronavirus cases

"Administration on school's re opening in the fall continues. President Trump took to Twitter Monday to encourage schools to re open in the fall. Tweeting quote. Open this Schools. It comes as the White House Corona virus Task Force coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes warned of a new phase of Corona virus and encourage distance learning for schools in Cove in 19 hot spots. The director director of of the the Centers Centers for for Disease Disease Control Control and and Prevention Prevention has has pushed pushed for for a a safe safe re re opening opening of of schools schools and and the the president president last last month month acknowledged acknowledged that that some some schools schools and and hot hot spots spots may may need need to to delay delay opening. Trump, though, has previously said he would put pressure on governors to reopen their schools and threatened to cut funding for those schools that didn't reopen amid the pandemic. Catherine Folders. ABC

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Royal Family Wishes Meghan Markle A Happy Birthday

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 5 d ago

Royal Family Wishes Meghan Markle A Happy Birthday

"Rift isn't getting in the way of etiquette for the Windsors. An explanation from CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez. She may be a continent away in L. A. But members of the royal family haven't forgotten about Meghan Markle is birthday. They're wishing Prince Harry's wife, a Happy day on the Buckingham Palace Twitter account. The Post includes a 2018 picture of Meghan with Queen Elizabeth Harry's father, Prince Charles and his brother, Prince William, have also sent online messages. Meghan turns 39. Today, she Harry and there one year old son Archie, now live in Los Angeles.

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Nikki And Brie Bella Welcomed Their Babies One Day Apart

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Nikki And Brie Bella Welcomed Their Babies One Day Apart

"Professional wrestler is celebrating a double delivery Today. The Bellas have given birth to baby boys just a day apart. Former wrestling stars Bree and Nikki made their announcements over the weekend, Bri went first announcing she delivered Saturday. Two hours later, Nicky followed, revealing she'd actually beaten her sister with a Friday birth. Each posted almost identical photos of moms, dads and baby's hands. Interlocked Bree has a three year old daughter with husband and pro wrestler Daniel Bryan. It's a first for both Nikki and her fiance, Pro dancer Artem Chick, Vince Ev. The Twins retired from the W W E last summer after Nikki found out she had a brain cyst. Deborah

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Dr. Birx says coronavirus is "extraordinarily widespread" in rural areas

Here & Now

03:02 min | 6 d ago

Dr. Birx says coronavirus is "extraordinarily widespread" in rural areas

"Into a new month, and Dr Deborah Birks of the White House Corona Virus Task Force warns that were also in a new phase of the pandemic. What we're seeing today is different for March and April. It is extraordinarily rides spread. It's into the rural as equal urban areas and to everybody who lives in a rural area. You are not immune or protected from this virus. Works told CNN that no matter where people live, they should wear a face mask and practice social distancing. Today, President Trump called her pathetic in a tweet. Joining us now is NPR's Eric Whitney, who's keeping an eye on the latest news about covert 19 around the country. Hi, Eric. Hello, Jeremy. We just heard. Dr Burkes mentioned the spread in rural areas give us more details about where we're seeing spikes in rural parts of this country, So I'm based in Montana. It's a mostly rural state and like a lot of rural states, we've had very low numbers until about June. And since then we're seeing our overall case can't grow exponentially. Following rollbacks on restrictions on businesses and visitors. Last week, we saw a construction site at a mountain resort here blow up with more than 100 positive cases. I know there's a people in tourist towns were really concerned about all the out of state plates. They're seeing across many states, their frontline workers they're concerned about being exposed to the virus. Reporter in Tennessee tells me the outbreak there has now moved beyond Nashville and Memphis and become widespread across much of the state. And I think that's also the case in a lot of southern states with high infection rates like Mississippi and Alabama. Still pretty Communist e big spikes in rural places with big meatpacking plants or other agricultural operations where people worked closely together. Jails and prisons are often located in rural areas, and we're seeing spikes there, too, when you mentioned some of the states that are in the south. In fact, six of the top seven states in terms of the new cases are in the south. The other Being California are things starting to level off at all in those states that have seen spikes in recent weeks well, California's daily case count has dropped from a peak on July 25th of more than 10,000 new cases today. About 6400 yesterday. You know that's good news. But it is far from assured that trend will continue in 6400 cases a day is still huge that Khun spawned a lot of new spread. No, Arizona has seen a more sustained drop recently, the state's weekly average of new cases. Has been going down since early July. But health officials in Arizona and even that state's conservative governor Doug Ducey, are not saying that they're out of the woods yet Governor dues He paused his previous plans to continue broad reopening. Hospitals in Arizona have been strained. That's eased a little bit, but it's not over yet. And then, if you look a test positivity rates in many Southern states like Florida and South Carolina, there's they're often in the double digits. Mississippi's test positive the rate is over 20%. Georges is more than 12% in public health officials say that anything over a 5% positivity rate is concerning, so I don't think we can say that things were leveling off in Southern states.

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Trump criticizes Birx over virus remarks

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Trump criticizes Birx over virus remarks

"President trump is offering a rare rebuke of the White House coronaviruses task force leader Dr Deborah Berke said yesterday widespread infections and urban and rural America mark a new phase for the pandemic the president's accusing Brooks of making the comment in response to house speaker Nancy Pelosi told ABC's this week she's lost confidence in Berks because the president who appointed her has been spreading disinformation about the virus the president tweets Burks took the bait calling her response to Pelosi prophetic Brooks told CNN her comments are driven by data and she'd stake her forty year career on using data to implement programs to save lives Sager made Donnie Washington

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Dr. Birx says coronavirus is "extraordinarily widespread" in rural areas

Chris Plante

00:40 sec | Last week

Dr. Birx says coronavirus is "extraordinarily widespread" in rural areas

"From Dr Deborah Berg's coordinator of the White House Corona virus passports, telling CNN's state of the union. But I want to be very clear. What we're seeing today is different for March and April. It is extraordinarily rides spread. It's into the rural as equal urban areas and to everybody who lives in a rural area. You are not immune or protected from this virus, and that's why we keep saying no matter where you live in America, you need to wear a mask and socially distance. The US now has 4.6 million cases of Corona virus, and over 154,000 Americans have died, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

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US entering 'different' phase of coronavirus outbreak

Charlie Parker

04:03 min | Last week

US entering 'different' phase of coronavirus outbreak

"Surpassed Britain as the country with the third highest Corona virus death toll on Friday. What happened across the United States we bring in Santonio, first news national correspondent Michael Bauer. So what did happen in the United States? We know that Dr Deborah Berke, the position overseeing the White House coronavirus response says. We entered a new phase here in this country, meaning that what we're looking at as Faras the pandemic goes is much different now than it was in March in April. That she says, is extraordinarily widespread that there because it was his belief that rural urban areas maybe someplace states and cities. Work socially distant enough from the rest of the country. This remote distance is going to keep us safe, not going to be an issue, she says. That's not happening anymore. We're in a place now where there is no corner of the country. That's safe enough from everything. So while we've been looking at Texas and Florida in Arizona and California for some time now, the Sunbelt states you're looking at over the past week period of time, the largest surge of infections happening in Alaska, Hawaii, Missouri, Montana and Oklahoma. So sort of all over the place. Some of those places way more distant from the rest of the country than others. And this is a clear indication that we're in a different level in a different phase right now, what's happening in this country. Now with that? Experts are also saying, Let's not forget we're about to possibly go back to school. We know that some colleges are going to be returning, and there's a concern that we major outbreaks in college towns, but also above and beyond that policy lab is this one group of Children's Hospital in Philadelphia that have been kind of showing models and pulling together models. They're looking at one right now that says As far as a likely spread over the next four weeks. Like who could be the next Texas who could be the next Florida? They're checking out some ominous trends that includes some really, really big cities like Baltimore in Chicago in Detroit, Philadelphia, ST Louis and Washington, Boston and New York. They're saying that they're keeping a close eye on those cities over the next four weeks because it looks like Some of these cases, air headed back those directions. Michael, are we getting a clear picture of exactly how many kids have tested positive for covert 19? It's what we're getting is because a lot of schools still haven't officially returned right. But we do know that some schools have gone back into session. And we know that at least in places like Indiana at one school district, where two kids tested positive and a teacher tested positive as well. They immediately day one shut down those squids at school district and went back to the At home learning process and doing things from a remote basis, and you're seeing those exact came some kind of situations all across the country. You're seeing them in Kentucky, you're seeing them and Utah. You're seeing them. Ah, hole across the country where kids are kind of starting to come back and then boom. There's this sort of exposure to on element of covert 19 in the classroom. My brother Isa teacher in Northern California he teaches high school students, and they just had two of their senior students test positive for covert 19 1 senior at another school in their district. And the school just for decided to shut things down until October. So my brother will be teaching from his classroom, But just on the computer to people who will be learning at home. So are we working on the honor system here? Our parents required by law to report if their child test positive. Uh, that's a great question. I don't know that they're required. I also don't know who's hiding that right now. I'm thinking that that's a good idea. I think you know the reality of the situation is school districts are asking and trying to figure out what it is that parents want to do and what the schools want to do from that point on there making decisions based upon that, But the minute you start talking about bringing a kid in who might be infected. And even though the symptoms aren't nearly as strong and kids or at least that's what the reports have been throughout what you've seen for adults and older people, they can still spread it, so they're still going to school. They can still pick it up and bring it home. And then they can spread it that way. So if you were looking to stop the spread period, it would seem likely the things they do. There is not put kids into a situation where it was worse back in March, but worse than where was back in March and trying to put them in and think that this is going to stop the spread. Meanwhile,

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

02:45 min | Last week

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"Some of our gardening facts he'd headline. Music. That avocados potent as much as afraid. This is Ashi because they all have seized on the inside is also means that technically rhubarb is a vegetable to wow, I didn't know that. Did you know that student would answer? No, I didn't know that either so I've got another one for a plants actually respond to sow. So. Does that mean we're we're going to be singing? So the myth is that talking to your plants helps them actually grow. And there's been a study comparing the great applause in a silent greenhouse to one where they've been played music I think it was like a voice soundtrack may found that plans actually grew better when they had sounds. So that means you guys can stand in the vegetable patch and sing. Yeah. I. Mean if Not Jack's not John. Definitely Gone He. Did you know there's some flowers, not just one flower both the Fuzzy Brown Center on the Classic Yellow Pencils are actually one thousand to two thousand individual flowers held together on a single stalk. That's amazing. One, thousand, two, thousand now I think there's some some flowers in the failed next door. So I think we should find them and I. Think we just dot counting. And Pope as as well say that would be amazing. Now, who would have thought that was proof that plots gray more when you speak to them I'm expecting you spend the whole often now singing to the blonde hair eating plants in the garden will like I played them and Murray I said they will. Think, they'd love your words of encouragement. So where we're off to test out, thank you so much listening to this week's episode of the good stuff. Please let us know your comments in their east section uncensored your positive points the week far voice over to the good stuff mice crease occur you get we love hearing them check hot dish brilliant race night, pay the way. Stay this week I've been feeling good because we went for a walk through the woods without dog. We've also been playing in the garden on the right thing and the trampoline. And oldest. Is have a great day and Kate night things that might pay a CMO. We hype that you're left feeling uplifted inspired after today's episode, and that's thanks in part to our brilliant sponsors f enough clothing supporting the show so that we're able to keep you all up to date with the good stuff..

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

07:52 min | Last week

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"Growing some. VEGGIES Saliba. Growing Lettuce radishes. Amazing I might be planting an orchard perhaps yes that will be absolutely beautiful. You know orchard overstay not just productive say that you can harvest lots of free but also they're amazing wildlife and biodiversity as well. So when plant and Orchard you'll see lays of wildlife and that's another thing. I love about gardening you share your space with wildlife birds and be, of course we need. To pull out crops and lots of insects, and that's part of the whole kind of wellbeing thing about gardening is that you creating a by vast face as well to enjoy all the health? Of Gaza. So many health benefits to gardening say over say it's really good physical and mental health and wellbeing baying outside you're breathing in a lot fresher. Exercises well, which gets the endorphins going and absorbing some vitamin D when it's not raining of. Even in the right, it still absolutely lavinia coming in contact with soil and is actually good bacteria in the soil as well, and we know that by gardening, it takes us away from kind of some of the stresses of everyday life said you're learning and educating yourself as you go along Acre focus on the task at hand like sowing seeds focusing on what you're doing the wellbeing benefits are just I mean they are immense is an amazing hoppy oh, creates have. Some Day Hey, just wants to kind of get started with gardening and maybe have less space. So you might need to buy some little puzzle something to plotted wedge even stops. What could you be starting? Malays singles day no matter what space you've got it doesn't matter you can always grow something even if you don't have a balcony or patio just a windowsill, you can definitely still gross stuff If, you've just got yourself some pulse in a nice light potting mix and you want to grow something that's edible. Herbs are amazing because they're really tolerant really easy to grow, and you can use them in your cooking or you can make heavily that kind of thing but I just I experiment always say kind of break the rules because you'll read lots of theory. About what you can call grow is most places, but from experience on find that even some of the things that people say you can't grow in a small poke grow really well. So I think try and grow the things that you really love and an edible flowers already amazing as well. They Kinda pansies that you can use the pencils in your salad quit wearing thing. What are the best clones Humphry bees where all about saving the base because we need them, they pull the night outcrops just amazing to have arrived in the garden so. Saw Perfect for pollinators, couple of ways of looking at it. If you go to buy lawn and Garden Central Nasty look for the little beast sign on the label, and that will tell you that this is a great love of pollinators. But some of my favorites of Beena, it's really tall thin stems as little purple flowers and love that have some ECHINACEA, which is also amazing to make tea and the bees absolutely loved that. As well, and lots of herbs. If you your hopes to go to flower, they love that too. There's absolutely loads and you'll find some flowers chuckled a double flower or a single flower. The double flowers in the base call necessarily get in to get to the neck during pollinate crops, look a single flowers, but usually it will say on the label looks at it is it's obese on on the label and then you'll know. Test, but he aloys because You. Daddy. Land lays of names of all the plants in the garden. Can you remember any of the names Dan on run? Away. An am yeah. Is depends on you on a pronounce you can pronounce that Liam. Fox clumps. That has lavender as time. There's a basil says, Lemon Times that wiling butterflies HYDRANGEA 's says, Japanese Acer Trees. That is Jasmine I'm pretty sure that is a black currant Bush we've also growing access says also. Favorites was. In all God in one of my favorites is like the welling butterflies that is a of plot names that you've remembered the and most of those are amazing obeys as well. So that sounds like a very lovely garden somebody just had like a window sale on, they want you to like get some of the little pots that you can end sincethe it was something what would be the best combination to stop with. It really depends on what you want to say. Especially, if you're going with kids, it's really brilliant great things that grow really really fast and so one of the things I always say about is micro Greens identified of that but it's growing kind of the shoots of some of the plants that we would eventually eat. So you'd look at lettuce and different Hubs Bras likes rights and Broccoli. So you sow the seeds in the pulp and then you harvest them when. They're by ten centimeters tool and you just cut them off. He just took them off and you can add them into CPS made easel salads or any of your dinner whatsoever, and there's more nutrition in that ten centimeters shoot than there is in the actual mature vegetable and you can have the shoots within ten to fourteen days. So yeah, Michael Grains are amazing in this CPA faucet just really satisfying the kids to see them Greg. What's your favorite flower I'm what makes? Goes called Osgood Garden. Flowers. This is difficult. Okay because. It's Like I. Give you say. Okay. The last one is a pay. They absolutely make me smile and the other one is I love marigolds say a Lotta people will say. Who Loves Maragos and I just think that a Lotta plots bring back memories and I love the flowers and the marigold reminds me of my uncle. He got me into gardening when I was a kid and he always used to plough lane. Miracles. And I never understood why and I guess I never, Austin is young and I like to. Just really good companion planting plot Murad your vegetables to keep passed away and stuff, and unlike a celebrated viral Mexico and you can eat the pencils like oneal salads and stuff that Kinda give pechory. Tyson. I Love Them. So I have marigolds all the my allotment. I will never be by marigold massively underrated. As. Very good niche podcast. Can you tell on this news about one piece of good news you'll week it had to be yoga news can be so in acid around. I won't pay the good news. Can I give you a piece of good news to me fast, I got to say my parents for the first time in four months if wake and that's really good news and the other bit of good news is my tomatoes are looking extremely good in the greenhouse. Is. Granted. They well. I WanNa Chris Pack. This is well. It can do that on a window sill. That's another one. You can easily grow a windfall pappas. Definitely love it. Thank you so much joining us. It's a pleasure. Bye Lovely. To Chat with the I love that really make you realize how amazing nature's there was. Great. Right massive. Thanks. For coming on the does this mean we're ramping up our gods and then even more now definitely. Now into a week, he had learned day with.

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

06:27 min | Last week

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"It might I need is always he guy to bring me a town? You mean Eli's doubt I make a need Margarita Main Margarita thanks have a Nice Department of today's podcast for keeping us up to date with bigots Money. Away we're back with cheery needs to go all of us feeling great. I'm elise. I'm Debra. I'm with a high this kidneys only focused the good stuff how you guys feeling today. Great thanks I'm still thinking about what the mended chocolate pickles with taste right off to speak into. Kimberly Las. Pickles sweet things are not a good man now where Ashley enjoying some time in our house in France, where even recording this podcast loy audience cousins of Jack. Kemp Fan who is behind us can we? Please boys. Say we're actually doing this as a live pot and together we will be enjoying the nate chaff that we're surrounded by out here in the French countryside and it's actually been really good preparation for our guest speaker. Today he's been tackling the question of the week. So go for ways question if this week is how can God in your? What do think about this topic? Guys how gardening improve our happiness? So for me just being outside makes me feel ready happy anything in the. That's a really good point. Gave what about you realize the trees The trees on the animals it's also the nuts of the plum is nurturing of the plans watching things grow. What's your favorite thing to grow? Do you think? It's all about phasing family. You can tell that we have French gene in US definitely now, I have to say there's something about putting your hands in the air gets you feeling a lot more relaxed well, actually did you know there's a specific soil bacteria could might, oh, bacterium vaccines the actually triggers the release of Serotonin, our brains. It's a scientific fact that makes us happier say Serotonin is the happy whom I and we know from previous podcast state. We know that is what makes us happy that's amazing. It's way to think that a battery can make you happy I think for me I'm happy because I'm outside smelling the flowers and what to them I eat and all of that. All the flowers, but did you know this? There's edible flowers on their chocolate. Like. Chocolate vows. No. Different edible flowers obviously have to check before you start eating the flowers. Now there's one thing in Japan and cooling forest bathing. Have you ever heard of it? ebay running in the forest, make it running for as naked. May Be may be because the hundreds. So I had it until we lit up for the cost well, it's literally all about the positive effects of being. Surrounded by nature taking the time to enjoy your surroundings and is actually about going out going for a walk being in the forest I'm breathing in those pie needles not physically breathing in breathing in the smell, the smell of fresh pine. Is and anti, you are allowed to wear clothes. Is Advisable to place, but it's also about absorbing vitamin D when the sunshine is on skin and this is author trigger the happy homemade Missouri Titan. So it's not just the plants that do well with sunshine and mortar we needed to we need to grow. Don't we need a better sunshine and water so she goes I didn't go out tonight. Can you tell us what you're growing in the gods and at the moment over here in? France. So we are growing of fruit and vegetables, plums, and lettuce and jeans cucumber. On. Kojak and tomatoes and pose Andre Karnal Black Harlem rasberries also growing flowers like lavender on folks love on then way also. You got a lot of stuff I. think the key thing about the vegetable patch hair is how much you have to look after it. But the best thing about it is that women lettuce we or Tea Combo, we can guys the garden. Destroyed says I destroyed your lessons. Why Yes. All right. What's your favorite thing to eat from the vegetable patch? Berries as berries what about you voice? Other plums. Are The white clubs and. The. Talking like really big light. On the searchable. Yeah Ashley. So the tomatoes are amazing and otherwise I'm me published the favorite one, which is the French green beans. And we love growing them and then we pick them all together and we'd take the heads in this house and it's really fun. Even, though we're in July, you can still plan your garden, Wonderful Flowers and foods. One expert who knows all about this is Ellen Mary who we talk with his what she has to say. So we're really delighted to be welcoming to get stuff cost today at Mary. He's going to be talking to us all about one of our favorites expert, excessively her private pay, which is God's inning. Welcome to the good stuff is by five topic. Questions too far away straightway Would be about gardening Oh. I could be here all day SPA. I love about gardening is just it's kind of magical and I often say to people you don't love plans. Why, don't you love plants because we can't eat drink or breathe with island and so we have this responsibility to look after plots and the planet, and you can do that by gardening and is it's just magical to see things grow and evolve, and it's just so so good for your well being and in all of that bubble is just so many benefits for us and. Talk about it ages but I kinda feel like is a little bit like the magic old. Is there is something magical about Greg's he? You've been Danes in gardening him, knee? Yeah. We've seen.

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U.S. coronavirus 'extraordinarily widespread,' White House experts say

Snap Judgment

00:53 sec | Last week

U.S. coronavirus 'extraordinarily widespread,' White House experts say

"House Corona virus, experts say the United States has entered a new phase of the Corona by virus outbreak as NPR's Joel rose reports infections and how extraordinarily widespread in rural areas the number of new Corona virus cases is leveling off in some hard hits Sunbelt States including Texas, Florida and Arizona. Case numbers are surging in parts of the South and Midwest. The Trump Administration's Corona virus coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes, warns that the virus is now spreading widely in rural areas as well. A city's What we're seeing today is different for March and April. It is extraordinarily rides spread. And to everybody who lives in a rural area. You are not immune or protected from this virus. Speaking on CNN's state of the union, Burke said that people living in places where cases are surging, should consider wearing masks in their homes if they live with older relatives or people who are especially vulnerable.

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Birx warns US is 'in a new phase' of coronavirus pandemic with more widespread cases

Fox News Sunday

00:38 sec | Last week

Birx warns US is 'in a new phase' of coronavirus pandemic with more widespread cases

"S. Is in a new phase in its fight against the Corona virus. White House Corona Virus Task Force coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes says the virus is more widespread than when it first took hold in the U. S last year. What we're seeing today is different from March and April. It is extraordinarily widespread. It's into the rule as equal urban areas and to everybody who lives in a rural area. You are not immune or protected from this virus, and that's why we we keep keep saying saying no no matter matter where where you you live live in in America. America. You You need need to to wear wear and and they they ask ask and and socially socially distance. distance. More More than than 1000 1000 people people have have died died from from the the Corona Corona virus virus in in the the U. U. S. S. And And each each of the past six days.

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Philippines virus cases top 100,000 in 'losing battle'

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:13 sec | Last week

Philippines virus cases top 100,000 in 'losing battle'

"Florida today reports another 7000 new daily Corona virus infections. The state is still adding more cases every day than any other state, but the number of new cases is slowly falling. White House Corona Virus Task Force leader Dr Deborah Burke says Extraordinarily widespread infections in urban and rural areas of the U. S market new phase in the pandemic, she says. It's different from March and April.

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Dr. Birx warns U.S. in new phase of coronavirus pandemic with 'extraordinarily widespread' cases

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last week

Dr. Birx warns U.S. in new phase of coronavirus pandemic with 'extraordinarily widespread' cases

"Corona corona virus virus deaths deaths in in the the U. U. S. S. Crosses Crosses 154,000. 154,000. There's There's a a new new warning warning from from a a top top health health official. official. White White House House Corona Corona virus virus Response Response coordinator coordinator Dr Deborah Berg's tells CNN state of the union that the US is in a new phase of the pandemic and that no part of the country is safe. No matter the number of positive cases or reported deaths. We are beginning to see an impact. From the mitigation procedures that many of the state local officials have put into place. But I want to be very clear. What we're seeing today is different for March and April. It is extraordinarily rides spread its into the rural as equal urban areas. Works. His comments come as the U. S has reported Mohr Corona virus cases and death and any other country.

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Tommy Orange Reads Louise Erdrich

The New Yorker: Fiction

04:58 min | Last week

Tommy Orange Reads Louise Erdrich

"This month we're going to hear the years of my birth by Louisa Drake, which was published in the New Yorker in January of two thousand eleven growing up in the midst of a large family I had never registered visitations from my presence. At those rare moments when I was alone as something strange. The first time I was aware of it was when I was taken from Betty and putting the White Room. After that occasionally had the sensation that there was someone walking beside me or sitting behind you. Always, just beyond my peripheral vision. The story was chosen by Tommy Orange whose first novel there there was published in two thousand eighteen and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Hi Tony. Hey Deborah. So what made you choose a story by Louis urging for the podcast so you had published, I think last year. Short story of hers called The stone is a pretty short short story and is it was a strange story and it just struck me So when you asked me to choose a story I went looking for another one of hers. She's actually published a lot in the New Yorker because I haven't known her for Short Sir she only as one collection of short stories you don't with pretty massive career, most of her stories started stories and end up in her novels. Yes. That's what I've heard her say and this one just struck me I think it's such a perfect story. In what way is perfect for you. You know what I love that fiction can do is the way it can get inside a consciousness and the way it can push mystery. There's something. So mysterious in this story and I don't necessarily always like magical realism but what Lewis does so well, in a lot of her work is sort of pushing boundaries of reality where it still believable still realism you never are asked to believe too much sort of realism's magic. There's something so strange and mysterious about it and really powerful the sort of cultural touchdowns that she does. So subtly though a native culture plays into it in the way, white culture comes up. Yeah. It's interesting because there is a supernatural component, but it can also be read as almost completely realistic. You can kind of how much you WANNA. Think of this as a kind of allegorical story and how much you want to think of it as real. Yeah. This is exactly what what I love about this story and what Louise doesn't work like I said. And if you've been reading, Lewis worked for most of her writing career at least. I mean, she's definitely one of my favorite writers of all time but I came to her a little bit later in my reading path. It wasn't until I was going to the Institute of American Indian Arts Getting my MFA a lot of native literature I didn't come to until getting into the program I. Sort of came in through a back door reading. Wise. I read a lot of work in translation, but I read love medicine I and just completely fell in love with her work. And do you feel the connection for you is that you have shared native American heritage? Definitely when I first started reading actually was a little bit turned off to some native fiction because it was. So reservation based and I, I have this urban experience but that was just sort of at the beginning of me thinking about native representation what it would look like in my own work the way that she handles bringing in native culture I think is so perfect. There's a clumsy way to do it and she never does it that way. always comes across really organically. and. Do you think that this story the the years of my birthday this characteristic if that main character as we'll discover is actually not native. Yeah I. Think the way that that works for the reader to something. Really Cool. Sort of putting you into a native family as a white character does a lot of work for the story I think. We'll talk more after the story and now here's Tommy Orange reading the years of my birth by Louise urge. The years of my birth. The nurse had wrapped my brother and a blue flannel blanket and was just about to hand him to his mother when she whispered. Oh God there's another one and out I slid half dead. I then proceeded to diner ernest going from slightly pink to a dull grey blue at which point the nurse tried to scoop me into a bed warm by lights. She was stopped by the doctor who pointed out my head and legs. Stepping between and the mother, the doctor addressed her. Mrs Lascher I've something important to say your other child had a congenital deformity and may die. Shall we use extraordinary means to salvage it? She looked at the doctor with utter incomprehension at first then cried. No.

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California amphibious vehicle accident: US marine dead, eight missing

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:52 sec | Last week

California amphibious vehicle accident: US marine dead, eight missing

"Off the coast of Southern California, Pentagon correspondent Cami McCormick. The Marines say 16 service members were inside this amphibious assault vehicle when it started taking on water. Eight were recovered. Eight others are missing. The Navy and Coast Guard are assisting in the search, which involves multiple helicopters and small boats from the larger Navy ships nearby. Those recovered. One Marine is in critical condition, CBS's David Martin Martin explains. explains. Though Though likely likely training training mission mission they they were were participating participating and and Marines Marines get get in in the the amphibious amphibious vehicle vehicle onboard onboard the the mother mother ship ship and and then then where where the the water water is is too too shallow shallow for for the the mothership mothership to go. The Marines go ashore in this amphibious vehicle, which is able to run up on the beach and become like a Tank, And apparently, that was the kind of training that was going on Search and rescue underway. CBS NEWS update. I'm Deborah

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Birx calls on state and local officials to "mandate masks for their communities"

The Mike Trivisonno Show

00:17 sec | Last week

Birx calls on state and local officials to "mandate masks for their communities"

"House Corona virus taskforce liter. Dr Deborah. burks. Urging. All governors to mandate residents wear masks in public only thirty of them require face coverings despite deriving covid nineteen cases especially in the midwest she says, if everyone wears a mask could help slow the spread of the virus especially by people who aren't showing symptoms

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Rembrandt, Miro Fetch Millions at Sotheby's Virtual Auction

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:32 sec | Last week

Rembrandt, Miro Fetch Millions at Sotheby's Virtual Auction

"Art collectors haven't stopped spending during the pandemic. A self portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picasso's Giacometti's and war holes went for multiple millions. And someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape triptych by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat it brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so far this year. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News

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Florida sets new daily mark for COVID-19 deaths while DeSantis finds 'positive trends'

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:32 sec | Last week

Florida sets new daily mark for COVID-19 deaths while DeSantis finds 'positive trends'

"Has set a new daily record for Corona virus deaths and added more than 9000 new confirmed cases of the virus. But Governor Rhonda sentence said his state has been making progress. You look at the number of people that are considered cases and tested positive, that's only a fraction The number of people that have been infected. Dr. Deborah Berks from the White House Corona virus Taskforce is once again urging governors in certain states, too. Close bars and limit indoor seating. You may have been exposed and you don't want to bring the one that brings the virus home

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

03:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"And I was really grateful to the government antics Russia his. Ending to make up. We talked about Marcus on a previous episode didn't wait. He intends if campaign and Berlin with that was. We liked that. Didn't we with those radical? One thank you very much for joining us, I think he? He needs to fade to keep you awake. Probably Kalian to like replenishing his brain three sleep. Well thank you. Say could play for joining us. How can we relate on social media? I think pretty much everywhere. The only place I've been super organized. I am food and Psych said it's equitability A. N.. D. P. S.. Y. C. H. I am most active on Instagram I know. At how to build a healthy brain, and his out now I love that the I think it's time right now. A Little Siesta before you guys for your while deserve not. We've got some really important news since Lebron La's. What have we got key headline music? Study has found that being kind can make you live longer. The study found that people over the age of fifty who volunteered two hours a week of less of a chance of developing physical impediments and improved sense of wellbeing, compared to those who don't they? First episode we ever did was about the in client will help benefit of kindness, so check it out if you haven't already messed up on our headlines Sixty four year. Year old, he suffered. Two strikes has made a miraculous recovery believed with his ability with languages, Cohen. Who is the director of communications? At Cambridge? University speaks six different languages that he learned all as an adult. It is believed that he survived as his brain created different Warren connections in his adult life is really interesting. Did we don't use up all of our brains? I sometimes think used like milliseconds of your brain. I think by. Of. As HORNBECK, some small medicine, my and yet I am more intelligent than a Wiz. Who Uses the? Thank you so much for listening to this week's episode of the good stuff, please do let us know your comments section and send three positive points in the week via voice, not the good stuff out much crazy UK. We love hearing them. Check out this brilliant voice day that we receive high. Up to speak to my key a Muslims..

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

07:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"Thanks to play continuing to spread some much needed positively to anyone. He was struggling to adapt to the new normal this year. We couldn't have loans this next season. The Po- cost without the incredible team. Are you F- Unethically Bang so a big thank? He's these guys all your continued support. Stockman welcome back this good stuff podcast with myself. On Hugo and I've deborah. Thanks for joining us today. What will you highlights last week's episode? Guys well. I love speaking to Holly. Tucker, about starting a business and keeping creativity alive. It got me thinking of Somalia interesting businesses catchy shot him. He Guy. There in development at the moment, but let's just say it. Ain't goes the good stuff. Well. Domination staging guys of course everything with US involves well domination. Is either laugh. I thought I've kick starts us off this week. With a throwback to some hills as today's episodes about keeping all brains healthy and taking loan I want you guys talents his quickey as you can to these riddles, guys out for the challenge yet as always taking away, he gave let's guy if a plane crashes on the border of the United States. Where do you bury the survivors? In a potent. You Barry survivors correct okay. How do you spell I? R. A. T.. How do you spell most? and. How you still host. Hate O. S. T. okay. What deep into taster? grads. Oh you. What month has twenty eight days. Six Days how September eight coup gene on November thirty one has the rest except for February which has twenty eight. Each year and twenty nine each chatty airing. Them because every month technically is twenty eight days. Some of them just go a few more some of them, exactly twenty eight. That's better trick question. Final riddle. Are you ready? Yeah? What gets bigger, the more you take away. I. Won't get bigger. The Mui you take away sand fake sample at home. In the beach? Okay, but that's too specific. Assurances it's. Cool. Because, the moisture digs, the more you take, the eight, the deeper the whole gets bigger, the whole L.. I will end up now, thank. He said Green Tea's a he. Let's have a thing about how we can continue to keep off brain healthy all brains the AC- monks path than any community you can buy. Did you guys know that, even though the brain is just two percent of your body, weight uses around plenty of new energy from the blood and oxygen in your body, another interesting one annisten hard to believe you actually have about seventy thousand each day while seventeen thousand. Sometimes I think you have about seven. Yes? Sometimes I think xaver. So a seventy thousand votes, surely subject needs to be positive. What makes you happy when you think about something? What is it? Causes oldways foods. Bought Thousand Votes today, I. Guess not now at whole agree. She likes to meet. The right time to have. Is just lives as. When the right time time food! is every second of the day. What about Yicky Guy? I'd say thing that keeps me happy. Knowing knock I've yeses. Add you get the most peaceful sister loves. She'll think. For me for me, is things like exercising and Ben? Kind people when you guys actually nice to each other that wasting. It. Because because we know from previous posts, the exercise does make you happy. We night bat. Pasini tonight. The excess doesn't make happy as outweighs. It makes him very angry. Well, today, we've got a very clever Kimberly Wilson. Who knows who verissimo about what we should be how we can keep our brains beating? Good his what she had to say. Kimberly welcome to the put. It's lovely that you're joining us You're going to be talking to us a little bit about what makes us unique compared to up. Animal brains will the big difference between human brains, even the brains of our closest animal relatives primates is that we have this great development in the front part of our brain, the prefrontal Cortex, and that's the part of the human brain, which is be slowest to develop so technically you'll still considered adolescent in your logical tabs until you're about twenty five, because your brain continues to develop, but it's this from part of the brain, which is really responsible for what we consider. Almost human qualities traits say our reasoning, a problem solving our goal directed. Behavior are controlling on. This than kind of conversation between our emotions and our thinking so the emotional of the brain, the kind of limbic system which people collect the Hukou system, it's very reactive, very protective that fight or flight response is pretty automatic, but in order to manage it kind of modulated. You need information from the front part of the brain. So for example you'll your mic. Which is the pop? The bread that makes the decision about whether something is threatening on not so you might see, say something falling from the sky, and it's the front popular brain which will say. Is just a life. It's just the worry about it. It's not problems at that kind of conversation between the tier which allows you to make good decisions incredible, so ye I did a brilliant cooled how to build a healthy brains. What does it mean to look after? I think looking after our brains is a kind of multi faceted thing, so festival is about knowing. What you'll bring needs to be healthy right, so we think about a hall making our own generally think well. This is what needs to be healthy. Unions exercise. Have your five day, but know that he thinks about how the cost of your brain. Your brain is the most important organ in your body, and what will add some examples say. What does our brain need and? Some things that we can do to help us out, have a happy bride. Sleep is absolutely crucial. Good brain function and pull sleep is a factor in kind of brain disease that you think is one of the triggers one of the contributing factors of Alzheimer's disease. So it's so crucial, and what happens when you're in deep sleep is the gaps in the brain..

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"deborah" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:21 min | 2 weeks ago

"deborah" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Hope you're well. I'm fine. Still nothing going on, still fuck all just getting worse everything getting worse everything getting dirtier. Just devolving will just be a puddle of human, being by the end of this shows nothing, but a big pile of vote so hopefully you are doing better than I am at human and adulting. Because, this is not pretty anyway. I am excited to speak to actual adult Deborah Frances White today who you may know as the guilty feminist. It's one of the most accessible costs in the world. They've had way of seventy million downloads by now, and it is just a funny irreverent safe-space for people who care about feminism and care about causes in particular those that affect women and just confirming people, but they themselves have some hypocrisies, or they've made mistakes, or they continue to be ignorant and have stuff to unlearn. It's a safe space for everyone to learn together and have those difficult conversations and own. Own Up to your flaws in a society that expects us all to be perfect and fully informed on everything, so I obviously as someone who refers to herself as a feminist and progress of someone who really I really resonate with this idea, and I believe in not shaming people for wanting to learn and I think it's really important to inject comedy wherever you can into these incredibly important discussions, so I was super lucky to get the busiest comedian around at the moment to come and talk to me about so many different issues. She's had such a fascinating life, and she was so open with. With me and she so informed on everything that she speaks about it was very very thoughtful and interesting we we talks about what it was like for her being adopted as a baby, and then tracking down her birth mother. We talked about her decision to not herself. Have Children and instead choose a career and make that decision and we talked about Trans Rights because it's something that Deborah has about similarly to me. She's very vocal about the fact that Trans women, all women and feminism that doesn't include them is not feminism at all, and we talked about how sexuality recently in the last couple. Couple of years Deborah has come out as bisexual. And she talked me through that journey with her husband, and how she is exploring sexuality, and what that means for their relationship. She was just so open and hilariously he was in the room. He was producing her side of the podcast, and he just kept his headphones on. Listen to music throughout so that she can talk openly about her sexuality and experiences with other people without him listening so thanks.

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

04:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"You buy a jar sweets, one pound goes to different charity. We have ten charities ten giles of sweet so colorful, and you could pick the charity that you want to support where in the throes of designing his knee website and updating his packaging his logo, hopefully the sort of Aaron. All home has meant the creativity is spot in all of us. I love as much. She getaways we on May second sight, which will route all business? Do you WANNA share with Holly, but holly have to explain to La. She's scared about sharing her idea because she doesn't want people to stay. Now. Don't need to worry about that. Because actually adults are always worried about people stealing ideas, the thing is only special. People can create businesses, so you don't have to worry about anyone stealing it. Because basically it's probably a new. That could do it. Case It. What's your idea? So I won't make jewelry on. It's cooled his glamorous means light. bomber. He I could limerick fishes crazy to Brian glamorous. Stall to big shots. Has. S. Week Lamar everything I, love that name glamorous, and you could always have you thought about what you'll packaging would be like, because I can already sort of see how gorgeous it could be, it would be glamorous. Even designed your entire fast line of Clayton. Then the box, it comes in just a big stall with. Army right up, not lay. That, that's such a good idea. Well, you know well as a jewelry Hollick. I'm very very happy that you're going to be creating jewelry. We'll very vivid. Dave it's going to be is going to be fake. I like that guy. What about gay along hundred sensual. I once tried to make like homemade treats, and yet I got school's mission and they said. I think he needs to work maybe doing a bit of a presentation about what they would get out of it. So you, know if you if you could if he could persuade them by thinking from that point of view, why would they want you to have a talk shop? And then you twist their arm? 'cause, it's actually quite funny because when I did the first one I tried to do that and my school supports Charity Code Rwanda aid. And it's helping clever wonder and I said that we'd like fifty seventy, five, seven, the prophet, according to exact number one. Eight and they were like we thinking about it but mass. Sorry, keep trying you. What he one of the things of an entrepreneur. You never accept the word no. So you just have to keep going until the word is yes. Am I right in thinking. You've got lots of Nice, but nothing the highstreet before you go see yes, yeah, well, absolutely, so when when we were in our first year, we ran out of money sort of six seven months into not on the High Street, and it was just coming up to Christmas, and at exactly the same time that the M- business started to show that it potentially was going to be okay, we. We ran out of money, and so we went to go and raise money and all we had for. I think two months, flats was no often off tonight where everybody that we spoke J. decided that they weren't going to invest in on high straight, because it was silly Kroft business going online, but we never gave up. We never gave up one day that no turned into a yes, and the rest is history. One final question malaise alleyways his. This is a Guinea podcast. Can you show one be good need a happen annual week I'm allowed to have three Louis. I so I had that someone that I interviewed a hotel and they were growing lots of food in the..

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

05:19 min | 3 weeks ago

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"Hello everyone. It's good news kind of day. Thanks for joining us on the good stuff I'm. I'm elise I'm Deborah and today was to get to shed. Some positive say would have. We Got Penn State Guys well-functioning on positive affirmation from Jay's last week are want to talk about creativity. I. Love The topic of Creativity, and I think for the record you buy a rainy great at being creative defoe crates, if Yeah, definitely 'cause like. I think that everybody's creative because. In a way. If, you want creative. You wouldn't necessarily be able to survive because you wouldn't be able to find ways around problems so I think everybody is creative. People have had to become really oversleep on that race. Photo! So you guys get to of Hatch. Become creative. 'cause I just hide. Yeah. It's not just children also adults of had to become creative because they have to find ways to walk from him, and they have to be creative because they need kids like stay. Still stuff like that will. I can tell you that the older you get. The harder is to get a little bit more created say isn't there A. That something like the creativity is the child who survived or lineup I'm a little bit creative. Say clearly. There was a little bit of my talented that survived. Now, creativity is muscle, you either use. It would lease it. Say You have conduct. Keith got creative side to yea. What's question of the Week East?.

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

04:29 min | Last month

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"Now we might not be going aboard this. Some of my family and I are always trying to bring the holiday fun into the House today I'm dressing up my SMS. Some addressed from Austin Nina t in the garden provided why Higa ways they don't know that yet things F- craving for continuing to support this show and helping us spread some much needed happiness, Hera the good stuff. Unwelcome as always we here to bring you own the good, stocks, Guy, I'm Louise. Hugo had I'm Deborah and we'll episode we have feed. Today Lost Week. We heard for the wonderful of women's health about exercise, and I even got us doing some solid Jones Yeah Oh give me enough time Steve He guy because. I was. Complaining about now I'm still complaining about that law accidentally well, today will be chatting about something in the elements. And a little more mental, they are mental. Physical very much sweat together. Today, we'll be asking me. How can the power of positive thinking help us in our everyday life? That's right. Positive affirmations of really really powerful. What affirmation what you actually use already always on positive affirmations, phrases or mantras that you repeat yourself overnight, I can do this. You can do this. Come on a remind yourself that you've absolutely got this now the time. If we repeat these mattress to our south, the idea is that. We might just start to believe them and be kind to our south and the whole process. Starts defended a little bit more natural. So. What about this phrase? Creativity leads me to new umbrella. I did again my creativity least me to new and brilliant I. Did she say it by? Creativity leads me new a brilliant ideas, so I am a fact that you guys. Affirmations approved methods of self-improvement because they can help rewire braves, Simla keeping active, they raise eleven of view, good omens I'm push off, rain full new pastas, impulsive. Physically in our brain, best Berliners so we think something can braid. We then speak it. We say out loud. And then we make about to the action is thought action, and this can help us break the cycle. The pattern of negativity it's proven is proven INSCI- Selah. Start doing it. On you say that I buy wanted to become a Baker. I could make it tackled by saying. No I WANNA, be a better BICA. I! WanNa be a better BECCA. Go say it alerted me. break- a one be a at Bacon Jabre. You've said it as hostile, but that's did. Absolutely not only with US south belief, because south belief gets us a very very long way. We have to believe in ourselves before anything else. It also helps us to keep an open mind to learn because well, keeping positive allows us to just nice tools to learning with this in mind. What are the positive things that your guide to say to yourself this week? So I one sentence from each of you guy was sent to this week is not what happens day that it happened were reason that rate a he basket is more like, but that's not positive. Affirmation feels out or do you think? Would use. It makes me feel confident with anything. Okay well, let's good justification for so. Do you think you think even bad things happen for reasons exactly. What's your positive affirmation and wanted to be the I'm going to get a good prefect while in school to say. Out Loud? Mation? You call that better excuse me and affirmation has a psychosis. We Guy, but reminds US each think it. Eat, speak, and then you action it. So what can you can you do that happened? You were going to sink down. Be I WANNA. Make a pretty fat, so you're GONNA. SPEAK OUT! You'RE GONNA say I would like to bake pre lite. Tweak at present on then. We're GONNA hype..

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"deborah" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

08:11 min | Last month

"deborah" Discussed on Conversations

"This is an ABC podcast. When Deborah Feldman was growing up. Every single aspect of her life was governed by strict religious rules. What she could wear where she could go and who she could marry. Deborah was part of the ultra. Orthodox Jewish Satmar community in Brooklyn York. At twenty three, she walked away from that world from everything and everyone. She knew and started a new life. Deborah Feldman now lives in Berlin the place she being raised to see as the epicenter of evil, and she makes a living as a writer, despite being told that women's minds don't matter, it's only the ability to have children that counts. dippers first book was the best selling Memoir Unorthodox and spot a recent netflix's TV series Hi Deborah. Hello Debra foreign outside walking into the community that you grew up in would stand out. What would look different I think the first thing that that strikes people. Is The clothing. The clothing is what is the most different the most unusual. The Hasidic community tends to dress in clothing inspired by. Eighteenth Century Eastern Europe. especially. When you look at the men, right, the men were these long black coats, and on the weekends they'll where these round for hats during the week. Though where these slap hats made of be right, so they have this clothing that. That! You would have seen people wear in the eighteenth century in Europe likes to brave the sort of bitter cold, and it's not necessarily Jewish clothing, but it serves the purpose of differentiating the community from the modern world, and so they've held onto that style of dress. Although it, there's nothing really about the address that speaks to their unique identity and I think that this is what. What really jars an outsider upon that I? Look as you say the hats that men wear a really striking expensive. Oh, yeah, they cost upwards of three thousand dollars. You know they're made of multiple minks, and they require an artisan with a lot of experience and knowledge to make them so therefore they are certainly an investment, and usually men will get them when they get married as part. Part of their true, so men have richer so just like the women do and table usually receive two of those they get married one for very special occasions and one for every weekend, and it is something that is expected to last. You know a lifetime. And what about women Deborah which they wear on their heads, so women in my community shave their heads when they get married and. And when they go out, they tend to cover their heads with either a week or a scarf or a combination of the two and at home they would cover their heads with a turban, not because they would be required to. Their husbands are allowed to see their heads or or hair. They had any, but I think it just becomes more comfortable to wear a turban when you're bald. Bald because I think that the the ball head is actually considered disturbing for women themselves when they look in the mirror, but also for people in general, so the idea is to keep it covered at all times. What do women cover their heads? If you look at the history of Christian Culture in Europe, it was actually standard in all European religious societies for women to cover their heads. Heads once they got married. I mean normally that consisted of a scar or bonnet, but in for a long-term lists considered part of standard female modesty in all a Western religions, and this may have faded I in western Europe and that later eastern. Europe and you know with Jewish people would also faded as well to an extent before the war. However, no, my community was founded by rabbi. Rabbi after the Holocaust based on this idea that the Holocaust was a punishment for assimilation for Zionism, and so he believed the only solution, the only way to respond to that kind of punishment was to appease God by taking all of the old rituals, and reinterpreting them to new extremes, and so we took that old tradition of women, covering their head after marriage, and he reinterpreted to mean. Should just get rid of their hair completely. Therefore, there would be no temptation to show the hair at all. There would only be the desire to cover it anyway. Because as I mentioned earlier. When your head's bald, you kind of want, cover it, and so does that mean. Deborah is almost like a hierarchy of piety, whether a woman's wearing a we or turban like. Like, do they signify different things within that community? How woman chooses to cover her head? Yes, there is a very complex hierarchy of piety within this community, and within a lot of ultra orthodox communities in general, and within the ultra-orthodox world communities also occupy a wrong. I'm the hierarchy ladder, so that is that stood up survey Shin because the fact that there is this. This hierarchy of piety also means that the experience of individual families when this community can differ based on where they stand so I grew up in a sort of of the wrong family, but I married someone who came from a very strict, almost fundamentalist family, and that's also what led to a lot of tension after my marriage does play out in in a very. Very interesting way, and it's also why matchmakers will often try to bring people together from similar rungs in the hierarchy, because there is this conviction that if you are too far away from each other on the hierarchy, you cannot make a relationship work. So what about the language here in Brooklyn new? York, what language did you grow up speaking? I grew up speaking. And I grew up speaking really interesting I'm sort of living breathing. Dialect of you dish. That is not really known outside of my community. The dialect up with is not a dialect that would be known by academics, but it is a it is a dialect that reflects the changes. This community has gone through which is also by the way a guy like that is rarely quoted in books and one of the problems they had at the very beginning when I was writing my own book, and I wanted to include all these yiddish terms was the publisher insisted upon standardizing the spelling of those terms according to the sort of the old university dialect, which no-one speaks anymore and they sort of. You know doing so kind of erase the authenticity of my own dialect, saying there, even any dictionary for these terms. There isn't any standardisation. These terms aren't acknowledged academically different. We can't use them this way. And at the time I was a young author just starting out, and it wasn't really able to stand up for myself in that regard accepted and I. Kind of regret it this day that the terms of that you read an unorthodox are spelled the way that you know university academics would accept, but not actually the way. Way that we speak the words in in my community, and so one of the things that was amazing about the Netflix series, as we had people from the community workers consultant work, workers, dialect coaches, and we had the dish be like extremely authentic, and like very representative of what is being spoken right now and I feel like by in doing so we kind of brought the language back to life. Did you speak English as well learn English as well growing up, so we learned some rudiments of the English language later on. In the religious school that I attended which was technically public in the sense that it was receiving public funds, but it was functioning a pretty much like a private school, because it offered almost solely religious instruction, and in order to satisfy the requirements of the government, they would put on this show of having the hour of English study every day, and sometimes they have inspectors come by check. If we were really fulfilling the state requirements, and so there was a little bit of an attempt to teach the rudimentary basics. However, we were also at the same time encouraged to reject that learning, so we were being offered classes, but we were being told that if. If we wanted to prove ourselves as pious, we would basically kind of snore through the ashes, and not exorb- any of it so there was a weird contradiction where we're being taught something but being told not to absorb the teaching. The teaching was just for show, but I think that I did take advantage of these lessons as much as possible. And I did try to obtain a grasp of the language, because it was also the language that gave me access to books because the books in Hebrew and they were forbidden to us the.

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

08:01 min | 2 months ago

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"Hello welcome back to the good stuff I'm. Elise, I'm Deborah and it's Thursday, which means we're here for some good news? Leashes say that this is not podcast of season, which were very sad about your absolutely, we've loved celebrating the good news in the world. Look down and we hate the. You've loved it tape so as ever. Thanks for tuning in as you may already know by now. Fez Days are dedicated to positive acts is good stuff and the world so without further ado here with the headlines Keyed headlight music. Today's first story is for all those who loved create a dead at. The high wear brand I have released six ways to make phone calls made our furniture and home objects, and they look like so much fun shall we built ourselves one? This week walked stuff. Could we use for house? Use? Pillars matches maybe stackhouse in chairs. Canoes like bookshelves, folks yesterday you can fill it with cushions dot stockton. What sounds like a brilliant idea? I have something view to which is lovely story. A primary school teacher jazz raised one thousand two hundred pounds for charity by running to visit Lavar. People's Sarah Wilson, who works at fish gate primary and you'll walk is more than sixty people while social distancing of goes running eighteen miles of six hours. Next up one for some of the older listeners, elwood's is back. Yes, that's right. Reese weather speeds has revealed legally blonde, three a set to come back to our screens, and you'll love legally blind. Date you out. Yeah lately, and I, neither able definitely be keeping my eyes peeled for that one. From reese to one of the royals, the DOT Jessica. Cole is going to be on. The star studded cost of role doll story companies retailing, James, and the giant peach, a loved James in the pages, and his one of my favorite quotes is all about the importance of dreaming He. Can you share it? Please well. Maybe it started that way as a dream. But doesn't everything those buildings these lights this whole city. Somebody had to dream about IT I. I'm what's lovely. Is All the proceeds going to charities that being impacted by Kevin Nineteen. Checkout snippet. Hey, hello, talker! Taking so much for doing this now strong today. It's not not much to that. My best. Me Neither do we go? Every. Now the James. Not The others knew it. But the ship that was now passing beneath them was actually the Queen Mary sailing out of the English Channel on her way to American. And on the bridge of the Queen, Mary, the astonished captain was standing with a group of his office. All of them gave it the great round ball hovering overhead. I take. The captain said. No. Did the first officer. See now. We've run through the headlines. We've got to hear from you guys at high. Listen I take it away. Like that coronavirus, I get spend a lot of time with my family and practicing my skills that I've learned in gymnastics and other sports and used get to go on walks to Richmond Park. and. It's so nice in Richmond Paulk. Monday ms George I'm yesterday. I had my skin. Cancer in my back. And because the, Peace Express shops. Open. The. Kylie gave for some I'm we made that from time? Has Cancer. I would. Eat Doubles. So it. Made me have these we had a meal. With Pizza Express Pizza. I'm we made a? High Agree on this Colin. And I'm to tell you about why isolation highlight in my house is been pretty yacht, doomed cock, plums and playing lots of games like. Table, tennis, badminton, football, and many more skull. My bike quite an skills ten times faster than walk through Mike in March. We've also been playing both games like chess drug. Speak out and. Really got into my reading on my Molin dodgers, so proud of what? Code. I currently on my eighth full. What I don't frequently pages, not five for nine zero. Hey, but the most exciting thing has yet fasten. You'll be having the new date very soon. We just need the rain call now on. We will be off Jarvis eastern snuck on having. Flus fouled for. The best days in isolation make one for said would allow to make friends in the call because on thought. LINEMATES WE IT's. On it sounds like hopefully things. Stocks into Cobra bit more normal a next week. Time might be going back to school. I'm not sure that this is good or bad. Hi Guys Skopje head and I'm recording from another day of isolation. I didn't think I would ever mean. I truly miss my school. Berry and all of my friends. A positive thing, the I of we'll be doing. An isolation is I. AM going to have an isolation made died from. The weather is bad on me. Are Watching to kits in it? One death school musical millions and there is mall succumb. As well as less since the weather has been very joyful. I've been meeting my friend Olivia in the PAW. Quite often. We kept two meters. The least favorite thing about isolation for me, this I miss my non so much. She will never know because every day she used to pick me up from school and I would make at the row and column of Tipping Point On. It's actually her birthday today so happy birthday non hyphen out. Thanks for that gives selflessness guys. What can you say has been the highlight a few week the holidays? Yeah there's no having today and you heard schooling. Same with me absolutely, and you especially distance to see one of your friends in the park the other day. How did that make you feel the waist get? That your friend. Absolutely what he can. Highlight of the week with same as Up to spend this time relaxing. You, guys who go into the retain a little bit too much of just. Chilling out taking a slower pace of life that's left to say a have. Thank you for joining in. Positively flowing, why not pop up and ray to us of the in this section? Is really simple. Absolutely Dave, Keep Your Chin up and take note of the good stuff and your dies. Thanks guards, and how lovely rest of your week. One final thank you to play without him. This podcast would not be possible. The whole team has supported this project from the stars, and when delighted to have them on board as a partner..

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

03:01 min | 2 months ago

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"Fillet some? You'll cower walkouts and some of the days that you went to him out. Well. You guys can check on Home Festival at home. Festival fund on Instagram or facebook. Also you can follow me at Karen Hauer on Instagram and facebook as well end youtube. You can find a lot of my workouts on Youtube on my channel Karen. Hauer so. We'll have peace on the Johnson. Thank, you say much. You're buying. Bream. Wasn't it big? Thank you to counter for coming on and the good news is that you have to be pro? Daunted to enjoy dancing mummies definitely isn't hey. I'm not that bad. Though, but in fact, a nineteen year old Irishwoman raised over sixteen thousand euros with a charity. Don's them absolutely. Kathleen Lynch originally planned on celebrating Lamma Birthday with a special meal in the company of had ninety four year old husband. An extended family that includes starting grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren. Since. This was no longer possible. Obviously because of Covid, Kathleen decided to her dancing skills to Gigi with a ninety minute dance alone, which was housing. The BAT GAZA HAMAS month to date. She has raised over sixteen thousand years the Irish. Red Cross and aid action. Isn't that amazing and the fully Higa Waste Elazar to your? Okay, so hey, rate goes just to remind you one more time. This is commonly performed at weddings. It's also in for its elegance. Moves include promenade on whisked. What is it and the answer is? All. The Wall. On the wall, so what's the? BIG USEFUL ARMS SO Stephanie suggests looking up I'm going to make guys look up in a moment and a couple of other facts on the waltz. The name comes from the German word Wilson. Which means to ten an interestingly, the wolves also had a fan in the most famous monarch, if the Era Queen Victoria an avid formed onset Victoria's often John Wall, saying with diamond husband Prince Albert and such a peaceful doctor. Basically you get elegant ballgowns. The men are often justin black tie, and you get kind of like what will surround. Well done if you got that one well, that is that for today's episode as well I'm taking nerve the good stuff off. Thursday episode absolutely if you want to share any of these moments with us, please make sure you send your voice nights three to get stuff at Max creative dot co dot UK sees as they buy. We hype that you're left. Feeling uplifted inspired after today's date, and that's thanks in part to a brilliant sponsors. F enough clothing. They're supporting the show so that we're able to keep you all up to date with the good stuff..

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

07:34 min | 2 months ago

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"Anyone else Lewis County what day of the week it is is Monday apparently to sell the weak off. I always tried to get dressed as if I'm leaving the house. I'm currently wearing my jeans from enough claiming the partners of today's podcast. Thanks for keeping US all up to date with the good stuff. Hello and welcome to this week's episode of the good stuff I'm Debra I'm Hubert. Today's episode is all about how we can. Don't ourselves happy to get you adults and she's ready. Absolutely. They say you should don't Let. Nobody is watching and sing like nobody's listening. Thankfully, because I can't sing, so it's a good job that nobody's listening to me, but it's exactly what I love doing. We Love Love. Don't saying I also love dressing up and dancing. I think we even have matching outfits. Sometimes they me. Yeah because it makes us really happy with nicely in today's episode as we thinking about all mood, music and dance girlfriend, Ellie, all questions delete is how conducts are leasing fused Amoud absolutely say unto days episode wicked liquor, some facts around the impact dance a music on our happiness. We'll chat with a special guest from strictly, which is my favorite show and we'll say share an inspirational story. Ninety roads here is completed brilliant dance challenge for charity that fast. For. The, Hegel well. Actually because it's the thing podcast we have to wiggle. Wiggle your goal. While I go, we go. We go take away your case in my uncle. Is this this? Is commonly performed at weddings. It's also known for its elegance moves include promenade and. What is it? Oh. It's like that thing. Tape Louise is currently now trying to shave me how stunts and it is. With my grandma necessarily well, okay moving on, say this birth today's episode. Let's stop sharing how we've been this week. What music have we been listening to? What music has our robot been listening taste with? Or in case you haven't been listening of Rabaul hilly now sessions into his family. We've accepted him. We Yeah Leah Watch TV shows every night ticket. He's powerful families. We take talks with him. talks with robot. So what have you been listening to this week? Oh, the potatoes! You've been listening to the potato so. This is very. Potato Save my life. They potato the me right Amazing anyways, so this is how it actually goes be. Changed by date potato toast, show me the way. Do Be! Happy, don't beside, thank you potato to do. Be Happy Besides. Thank you bit potential. Happy don't thank you. Want to have a better day. You must listen to what the Beta to has to say. Obviously in our house, everything is very baked potato orientated. About the baked goods that we've been busy with this week, so louise what we've been baking. is made a cookies and attempt. We have. To that I made a bit. Explain, what happens here, cookies, basically they all argue hiking. Make put to cookies on a pack and like. Cookies today, down. They will connect together, and that's what happened to mind. 'cause I really big, and they're just connect you to basically from twelve cookies, you now just have one massive giant baking sheet cookie. Pretty cool it. Tastes Court your agency. By Olson made. Of A non K, but ANA cupcake with Carol Shovels her made Mommy Oh I'm buttercream. That's anonymous cream and it was. A massive. Yeah unfortunately, we have to learn to always always you. Safely I had to keep underwater flight two days. There was bad, but you're okay now. House lately to open today. Steve, I have a question. Mommy goes the question for me gun why he's such a fan of strictly. What is it that you love that know that's a good question, said foods. Historically Saturday nights has to be honestly. I love dancing, so I grew up with grandma trying to teach me how stocks and I also grew up with my grandmother. He guys Saturday to meet. He used to send me whilst used to dance. and. I never let us stones. Probably. I've always loved. You Spit Gymnast, so part of my domestics training without learning how to do ballet learning certain aspects of Don's and just learning new skills, and then I love the sequence in. Glitter and Glam it would just be. To be part of it one day. I'm not lying in loving to dance. Last just strictly averaged around seven point seven million views. That's huge like each Saturday I was one of those million views. I have to be honest, so you have some studies on my dancing makes us. You'll get dany. That's right. According to study the happiness experience when Danzig is measurable, even often seeing increased levels, unhappiness were presented as long as a week after the last on. Yeah, that's cheap, because after we finish your dance, we get quite well I. feel happy deeper. Yet yeah. Dogs We. Kitchen we make doctors can't retains I. Really Enjoy and another study in two thousand and seven also found that in addition to be sitting energy mood participating in hip hop Dongting. Also correlates with lower levels of stress. And another great thing about Johnson is of course the music to enjoy as well on last Thursday's episode. We thought about a good songs from Maroon five Bungee. At Ameri, and that actually some interesting reciepts around why as it makes us feel good? Can you guys guess how long you should listen to music before guessing not to meet Vista a couple of minutes like you just put on a good song like? Living on a prayer, and it makes you wanNA dance, doesn't it? Gordon Vigo. The answer always yes, at she only takes fifty minutes of listening to your favorite teams to get a natural high. When you're listening to music, your brain releases dopamine, which is a new transmitter that leads to increase feelings of happiness, excitement and joy. When you listen to music, you like absolutely fascinating stuff from one person who knows all about the joy that dancing and music can bring guests if this week. Now this week we caught up with the Berlin. Strictly professional dogs at Karen Hauer to talk about the power of domes his what she had to say, welcome Karen. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Hello on today's episode. We've been looking at how Sadat's.

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"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

The Good Stuff with Deborah James

05:59 min | 2 months ago

"deborah" Discussed on The Good Stuff with Deborah James

"Banks, the piece is inspiring. The was since it was dropped off at Southampton General. Hospital. That's right. The artwork shows a young boy playing with his favorite new C.. Peres Dole, NS, who's wearing a cape and a face mask and the artist left the night for hospital workers. Saying thanks for your during our hope, this brightens up the place. BET, even if it's an Iraq Mike and you can check it out on. INSTAGRAM! Next up on today's headlines, Robert Belts, a primary schoolteachers, attempting to climb the highest of the well. Tulips Mountain Everest the his Dez off to seeing the amazing achievement of Captain Tomo was amazing because you must. Climb the distance of Everest says yeah, that's amazing. Yeah! Rope previously had a stroke and suffers with balanced issues. I'm not, but he's going to be going up and down. His says more than three thousand, three hundred fifty times to raise money for the British Heart Foundation and HFS charges a high. Effort. Is that. Hi, how many weaknesses marvelous! I'm not sure if my head by Cadet. If. That makes his cases like really to okay. So why don't we measure also staircase from the Bush or Eighteen thousand days well. Should we work it out to actually go check it out. Finally. The OBAMAS are organizing youtube special could date class of twenty twenty on the sixth of June for all graduates across the country have sadly been able to mark the graduation. Deeds coronavirus so Michelle. I'm barrack. Obama responded to the high school student. He contacted them on twitter and the event has been turned into star studded occasion, featuring appearances by Lady Gaga and Alicia Keys. Next up. We've got to hear from you guys. Check, it, out. My name is Anna and I'm nine years old. My good news is that I've implanting also plants in my garden from radishes and carrots, two violas and I also been spending a lot of time in the garden playing Ping Pong with my brother. Hi Good stuff I'm my name's Naylor and now nine years old and my stuff of the week that moment dodig, giving my room maker, my birthday, and then also trying to keep busy with my own podcast just like us. Hi My name Sophie on twelve years old. Are I've been doing in quarantine as a been doing option crafts, they can sing a down side. Acting swallow. Are just another monitor forward with my family. Inside the House and we think from my house from the call. To speak to people who are calling say. The chest call. Spill Eric Chats. We love listening to you guys at home and does effort. Please to keep them coming in, and we'll select the ones that spread the most positively now. Guys. What can you say has been highlight if this week is about to be halftime? Is that generally you highlights yeah. But you know that nothing is really going to change is going to be half. Excellent and to be doing school away camp at eight thirty. But you're still going to be a high. Yet, but I can be in the garden. I discussed this. It's it's very simple. To be in the garden relaxing, get be eating Iceland. Doesn't. Already. Top One PM. Sound like a lady, lazy tweet Niger Reds Anyway. What about you, Hugo? My highlight of the week. Yes, and can. I can is being another highlight here. The fact the fact that your brother has just saved your bacon. What happened? Is your brother say? By this charge of break inside my ipads. I'm Hugh Guides Get tweezers to pluck it out because. It just wouldn't charge so I feel I have to go to like someone to fix it, but he I knew started crying. And you got really upset. Aman she gave mended and flaked out, and what did she do? You gave your brother a big hug, and you actually cried the. Happy. Sit next mummy. Yes. He's is threatening. Might. My pants for the last few days of time, I'd be sitting next. Checking every second of homework. His of relief. Here, what is your? My good news is the. We is my his big juicy. It raid radishes. STACE. Rabbit. Has He has a look at. How many radishes do you have? I mean if you count radishes than ten little revie excited. If you don't count, missile radishes them. Maybe one maybe easier or Either way. It's still get knees, so that's left to say. Thank you for joining and make sure to share your voice nate and hit the positive energy flowing. Please remember to purpose rating. Stars Five Stars? Perhaps in the section, but I am Dave. Forget keep your Chin up like. Says and take a night. If get stuff in your day, see London. We hype that you're left. Feeling lifted an inspite of today's episode, and that's thanks in part to sponsors. F enough clothing. They're supporting the show so that we're able to keep you all up to date with the good stuff..

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"deborah" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"deborah" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"What are we miss? What are we really genuine? This about what was before. That's probably important. And then what have we found value in today that we didn't realize we will remission before we can decide on those things when the time for reentry comes? I think it's going to be easier to make the right decisions about the entry. That's great that's terrific insight. And I do think that it's such an unusual time and being every person's gonNA use a little bit differently but we really can come through this feeling better about the ourselves about where we're going and what we WanNa do and what we need. I feel better about people in general I mean I always go pretty good about the old but I feel better about people in general as a result of this. Just the collective doing the right thing that's going on is inspiring and I hope my children remember this and I hope it's a short period. I hope that you know next year. We're all kind of back to whatever next looks like 'cause I don't think we ever go back to before I don't think any of us ever go back to before. I think all of us will make conscious changes based off of this. I just don't know what they're going to be excellent with deb. It's always a pleasure to talk to you and this is definitely a conversation. I wanted to have with you. And if we'd have with a few thousand people listening even better. I always liked to have these conversations as well Paulo. It's always a joy to get on the podcast. I think when we started hearing more about re entry which should get on this conversation started talking about what people really can do but you know one of the things I know that is definitely changing as we all have become technology experts. Because we've had to so some definite changes there and how we work and get a lot of this accelerated what was already going on as we move to technology. We got there faster so it's interesting it's fascinating and hopefully you know people are taking the time with the podcast so get the word out shirt with your friends. If they're not having already discovered it you know we have a tremendous number of listeners dedicated listeners and you guys please share. I think there's a lot of positive going on in the world. Michael okwu still more conversations about that absolutely absolutely as this goes on. We'll come back and talk about it again. Well you take care of all right. You do the same ever. That was live happy. Ceo Deborah Highs. Talking about how to find the positivity in the pandemic if you'd like to learn more please visit us at live happy now and just follow the links. And while you're there we also invite you to visit our live happy store where you can stock up on positive essentials and enjoy fifteen percent off with the code live now. That is all we have time for today. So we'll meet you back here again next week for an all new episode and until then this is Paula Phelps. Reminding you to make every day a happy one..

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"deborah" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

11:52 min | 3 months ago

"deborah" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"Welcome to episode two hundred and fifty nine of live. This is Paul thanking you for joining us for many of us right now. It seems a little bit harder than to find the good in the world and finding things to be optimistic about concealing even more of a chore. If you know what I'm talking about and I'm guessing you do. You don't want to Miss Today's episode. This week I sat down with live happy. Ceo Deborah Highs to talk about how we can look for. What's good in these? Trying times and find positivity and optimism and make the most of this most unusual time deb. Welcome as always to live. Happy now remotely are remote social distanced version of live happy now. I always glad to be her Paula. And yes it is a social distancing time so we are in our respective homes and having this conversation do unique experience. I don't WanNa these for my house yet. Yeah we'll see. It's all about new experiences right now. It really is well. I wanted to talk to you because you always have such great insight on kind of the lesson in the goodness of what's going on so when you look at what's going on. How do you start finding some of the positives in the pandemic? Well there are some real positives for many of us. I don't WanNa say all of us because not everybody is in. You know the new social environment where they have a family to be at home with but for those of us who do have a family to be at home with and people we live with you know. One of the great positives is truly eating dinner together. Every night truly spending time and and being in each other's involved in others lives meal for me. I've found a way that I haven't had the opportunity to do before I love to cook so we don't go out of the League at groceries really so I've been able to cook. We'll have family dinners at kind of the same time every night because I'm also not stuck in that car for forty five minutes on the way to and forty five minutes away from the office and I'm not getting home to load the kids into the car to go to whatever practices is on tonight. So it certainly. It's created kind of A. I'm going to say a change of pace. That is welcome. I think might be the first time in my adult life. I've getting the right amount of sleep per night. Yeah and I've heard that I've I've also heard the flip side of that is true but and we'll talk about that in a minute but you know we were talking in our house the other night saying I wonder how many people will when this ends in opens up. How many people will decide voluntarily like? I'm not going to go back to that job. Because I've found that this is like I was spending too much time doing Xyz and not enough time with my family or taking care of myself. I think it's a real eye-opening time for a lot of people who I think that's true. I also think it's an eye opening time for a lot of employers being manager being someone who who who leads organization you know you always have a little bit the fear that people aren't there in the office. That work isn't getting done but I think you know. My experience has been exactly the opposite. I think more work is getting done by people because are more positive environment more self directed environment and yes. We spend a lot more time on conference calls. Communication is definitely more deliberate than it was in. You know flying by the Hallway and somebody and being at this question you know you actually have to schedule a meeting time to do it or pick up the phone and call somebody to get to make sure we're communicating but there are advantages on both sides. I think there are a group of people were like. Hey you know what I really like this working from home. I'd like to continue doing it. And there's a group of people who are like you know what I was fearful of. No maybe my employees or my staff to Matt. I'm not as fearful anymore because I see that things are getting done so that's been interesting but I also agree with you. There's a whole swath of people that are like what have I been doing the last five ten years I've been I've been in the rat race and suddenly I'm not certain there's some real advantages adding time to meditate workout. Do the things that we know we should be doing and do with people we love. I think it's going to be hard for my children when I go back to work. And they go back to school so to speak not that I haven't been at work but it's going to be different. It's going to feel like there's a loss yellow St- I think we have not put enough I into that yet because people are saying thinking of like. Oh my gosh as soon as this has done. I'm going do this. And this and this. But we're kind of discounting the fact that we're gaining some real treasures here in in terms of time in our interaction with people and we. WanNa make sure we don't miss those. I agree I think what we lost in entertainment because you know for me personally. I think people listening to podcasts at all. No I'm a sports fanatic. I Miss My sports. I MISS WATCHING BASEBALL ON TELEVISION. And going to hockey game. You know but what we've lost in those areas. I do think we've made up in other areas. I have never done as many Legos as I have in the past four weeks. But it's been quality time and you know my dog probably doesn't WanNa go for walks. Yeah that's how the dogs when the people go back to work. They're going to be like way way way. We thought we had a new world and we were running it and well you know. There's been a lot of dogs adopted from shelters. It's GonNa you know for pet population. I think there's a lot of positive. I certainly hope people take as much care of an animal. That bonding with right. Now when they go back to work and I don't find it. Suddenly it is a little bit more difficult when you have to buy a dog walker home. You know there are some positives in the world. You know somebody another thing I wanted to wrap on. The positive side is now social. Distancing is is interesting in that most of us know that you know when we're in crowd were in or anything. We always have a bit of the risk of getting the flu or or you know a cold or something. You know you have this. But the social distancing claim for a lot of people. They need to remember that they aren't doing this for themselves. It's not about whether or not you get sick. It's about helping other people not get many occur strangers to you. This truly is an opportunity to give back to the world by doing something that most of us never would have thought that simply staying home and help the world by doing your part. It's really a collective effort to improve the lives and the health of the people in the world but in order for it to work it has to be a collective effort. It's a very interesting thing it's going on. It isn't good enough that you stay home. Your neighbors have to so just an interesting social dynamic going on and I find it fascinating that so. Many people are adopting social distancing. You know not just because they're told to but because they're doing it because it's the right thing to do and in some ways it gives me faith in humanity that people are out there. Doing the right thing. Yeah and it's not just a well. I'm not in that age group so woohoo thank God. I'm fine perfectly healthy twenty-seven-year-old but I'm perfectly healthy but I'm not a twenty seven year old. You there is an altruistic element in some ways putting your life on hold. That's going on for a lot of people and it's interesting to watch and and you know the more you look at social media the more you get it people get it people understand. It isn't about whether you're scared of getting sick. It's about doing this because it's the right thing to do for the human population very different. Yeah as we start thinking of others one of the great things that's coming out of. This is what it's done for our environment. Yeah it's crazy isn't it? Yeah not just the air but then I also was reading that. There's a reduction in earthquakes and tremor activity because we don't have trucks and all these vehicles moving at such a high rate on our roads will. There's thirty percent was is an article. I read today on USA. Today there's thirty percent less pollution in the North West Northwest United States Northern California Oregon Seattle right now thirty percent less. That's amazing it really does highlight our impact on the environment. Whether we realize it or not I do think there some negative impacts on the environment because I have never seen as much recycling coming out of my house boxes and containers shipping in. Great like wow. How do we the recycling that fast there is an element of? We're not writing cross country. I mean I realized the energy and we're not flying cost country. I mean airplanes. Certainly play a part in that and there's a lot of things they contribute just our daily lives that contribute to strain on the earth and certainly this opportunity to kind of live within our two mile. Radius of our house is changing Matt. I hope environmentalists learn a lot from that and can apply for the future absolutely and I think we will. I think we also learn how much we can do in a small area because an interesting for me is to discover a unfortunate because I live in a city. I can walk to most places now. Don't have to walk to them because they're closed but being able to just you know walk to a nearby park and really. I'm seeing Nashville in a very different way. Now Yeah I think it's we are more neighborhood driven subway right. We've had decades of getting away from being in the neighborhood and now suddenly in my neighborhood walk. There's certain times of the day. There's hundreds of people walking around the neighborhood but you do see people out doing more in their immediate environment. It's been weirdly social. It's like we've kind of banded together. I frequently wonder this what it felt. Like in previous eras. You know where you went out and you watch your dog and you knew that person of three houses down from you and you know their names and their dog. It's just different. I've always loaded a very community based neighborhood but it's kind of even accelerated. Yeah and we know that human connection is so important it's important for our wellbeing and it's a very different approach to connection but it's a connection on the less. I I WANNA talk about that for a minute because you know we're talking about the benefits but do think there's one but I'm really passionate about one negative which you know we all know the studies about how important or we know. The studies from how important human connection and deep human relationships are tore mental health? Our Outlook on life our happiness are perceived wellbeing. Whatever it is. We know that relationships make all the difference in the world. Did we know that from Martin Seligman? We know that from Jan Ski and Barbara Frederickson. And it's all about connections connection are the thing that's the thing that really it's good for the soul it's the thing that really can enrich our lives and there are many people out there that because of where they live their personal health issues their age that are feeling incredibly isolated right now because they don't have those deep connections maybe they didn't before and is just accentuates this My Mom who who who lives with my my my crash. Postal live little block and a half from US. But my mother. She's seventy eight years old. She had a ritual of going to the Y. Every day and working out with a group of friends and seeing them and it's one of the things that really keeps her.

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"Deborah Rodriguez in upstate New York several states are taking baby steps to re open parts of their economies some beaches in Florida will allow Sunday there soon retail stores in Texas will begin doing business again but other states are holding off the president is calling on supporters to protest in Michigan Minnesota and Virginia these are people expressing their views I see where they are and I see the way they work and they seem to be very responsible people to me each state has a democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer in Michigan more people that fail to observe district stay home nature of this unique problem that we have the longer we're going to have to be in the stay at home posture and that is not something any of us ones the president is trading insults again with a fellow New Yorker correspondent Ben Tracy from the White House today New York governor Andrew Cuomo accused the president of shifting the burden of testing to states without providing resources to do it the state should this the state should this the state troopers yes well what support have you given the state's nine the president apparently watching Cuomo on TV fired back on Twitter saying Cuomo should spend more time doing and less time complaining well he's sitting home watching TV maybe he should get up and go to work right campaign spokesman says the president will resume in person campaign rally soon the administration has unveiled a relief package for farmers agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue USDA is announcing the coronavirus systems program as you mentioned this new nineteen billion dollar program you take several immediate actions to assist farmers ranchers and consumers in response to the cove in nineteen national emergency China is still denying a corona virus cover up but today it raised the death toll in Wuhan by fifty percent and correspondent Margaret Brennan says controversy over the origin of the pandemic continues Chinese authorities claim the virus surfaced at a wet market in Wuhan but independent Chinese researchers say the first known patients had no exposure to the market U. S. intelligence is investigating other theories including whether the virus was accidentally released by a lab a few miles away that had been researching pathogens carried by bats state department officials who visited that lab in two thousand eighteen raise safety concerns secretary of state Pompeo has called on China to share more information the Dow closed up seven hundred four points about three percent S. and P. gained seventy five this is CBS news you can listen to.

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