17 Burst results for "Dr Glover"

"dr glover" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

"That's that's not the reality of it. Yeah for sure. That's definitely been one of the more disheartening. Parts of ingesting media. And and some of tv and phil. That's like it's totally misrepresented. What about cd non psychoactive extracts for bouts of anxiety depression. So there's not a ton of great about cbd so i've heard lots of anecdotal evidence but there haven't been really good. I mean right. The gold standard in medicine is randomized. Placebo controlled trials to assess a cd tincture versus one. That doesn't contain cbd but looks like it does and giving that to people who are struggling with depression or anxiety and then measuring that for twelve weeks that would be the goal standard. Those trials are not abundant. So there's just not enough evidence so to need somebody tells me like look a swear by cd. I'm like whatever i'll work with you. Somebody tells me Do not come between me and my cannabis right or have people in a medical cannabis program here at our hospital system and so for the most part. I just think like if you're a cd products or if your cannabis products are enhancing your life in ways. That are helping you live your best life. I'm not going to stand in the way of that but if there are other things that still need to be treated. I'm here for that to excitement. Just want to close off was Then so someone who needs to continue with their medication or steak applause or whatever it is like what steps e you advise people take whenever they find themselves in a situation where they don't have the insurance to cover sometimes. These really really expensive drugs. Yes sometimes i'll suggest they go to good rx and so good rx dot com helps you locate witch pharmacies. Carry the medication that you want and you can gauge. How much it will cost you in often. You can get it for much lower prices than if you didn't check good are excellent. You can literally print out a coupon from good rx. Bring it to the pharmacy and you will pay for the medication. But it'll be at a significant discount. Thank you so much. This was a wealth of information. Can you let everyone know how to getting contact with you. My instagram is at dr korans d. r. k. a. r. i n. n. on social media on twitter on instagram on facebook. I'm doctors of dr k. a. r. i n. Dr karen glover on facebook will also say there's a lot of black women psychiatrist and black male psychiatrist who are trying to teach our colleagues from other backgrounds. How to do better in. So i just i want to pray for us and i also want you to to be aware that the medical field as a whole is undergoing massive changes and psychiatry in particular. I think people are really trying to understand better how to not have racial trauma play out in the medical setting. Well thank you again for being here with us. I'm so grateful. Dr glover joined us for that conversation and for jasmine for doing such a great job facilitating it. So learn more about dr glover

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"dr glover" Discussed on V103

V103

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on V103

"Frank right now and calling from the West side, Frank. Welcome back. You're on Chicago speaks with Dr Glover and Dr McGee. Hey, thank you, girl, and I'm glad to be back. Um good morning to you all go until you got to get Great job there. Yes, I think my man I laid out. I'm a baby. Boomer. Yeah. Okay. Numbers. Are you vaccinated, Frank? Yes, sir. I will. Okay for my age bracket. I ran down there and that's exactly the first start rolling out. Developed with unlike conditioning I got you know what I'm saying? I don't care from standing in line, Okay? Just think If this was the Bluebonnet trade you then people would have been trying. Give me that shot. Give me that shot. We basically thank you Just compare David. There are actually two reasons. I'll see to reason. Why are people as much as the young. I've been hesitant in taking this shot. Okay? I'm just going in on Paul record. It is hard to see you. Please take communion. All of in festive with broken homes whipping the biological father of these kids have been this place as far reaching negative effects that we're willing to give it credit for. That's one of the reasons I am myself as long with a lot of other how far room when I was growing up, failed victim or the stepfather slash Mamadou blocking disease, Although I think 15 years old I was offended, have two homeless and more than half months. Classmates does not know I'm shut up in their homes, so I'm still getting down to graduate. Okay, I've got them on their bill. They literally homeless ballgame because they've had the head October. We want forced out the house. My mama's new boyfriend, So they click channel what to do, Okay. I can just give a whole conversation there like the back. You know where I'm headed right there. Whenever you take things together alcohol every takes eclipse possible at the house. If you take that dad from kid and play House point and who hit the streets, Littlefoot, stop whenever you just place that this camp Some boys in the hood, who only was only soon who survived There was in the clear. Have you picked him away from the young men? They are in trouble. Okay. 19 fifties that cares about think I see your point. I think that was to the point. I'm trying to make the biological father been going on in his household. Okay, it has more out regional effects. Okay, we wouldn't get Yeah. I don't know what the second reason girl now I'm a Kirsten quickly. I'm saying, okay, Admission is on who We love dearly thing. A lot of black holes even perfect at telling black people don't take the shot. Yeah, well, that that that's a misnomer. That's a misnomer. And I challenge anybody there. Yeah, And the only unfortunate thing for their come we love the next Islam. Well, army that he has in the past, like Booker T watching. I didn't accept half his message. I'm like, Yeah, but you know what? The messages here, Frank And I got to got to let you go Only because we're up against the clock Right now. The message here is follow the science and I am grateful that there are a number of faith leaders of all denominations were the Muslim nation of Islam. Jewish traditions, Buddhist traditions and especially down home lack. Traditional churches now are stepping their game up and saying to their congregations, we want you back in the pews. And the best way for us to do that is give vaccinate. So I appreciate your calling. Uh, once again we got about 30 seconds here. Dr. Glover, can you give those two dates for your vaccination programs and you had the same doctor McGee? Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for this invitation. Yes, but my Tuesday July 10th. And you and you're like, Well, money. The chat Monday the 12th and fair to the 10 30 as the money Village knife. It's Jake Monday. You are 12 at 70% separate at the local market. It sounds so very good. And Dr McGee take us home here in terms of your two upcoming events. Yes. So it's just I'm back to school Covid 19 vaccinations going to take place Saturday, July 24th and 10 8. Two p. C s o sports complex, which Wag 39 1 E. 47th Street is what everybody who's involved, and then we're gonna be back again. August 22nd, which is a Sunday At the same place. Sounds so very good. That is Dr Mike Magee, Emergency room physician and co founder of premier urgent Care, as well as Dr Glenda Glover, president of Tennessee State, as well as international president of the A K A s. I Thank you so much for joining us this morning. Thank you. Thank you. And coming up on Chicago speaks. We will discuss the Bill Cosby Reversal. He's a free man right now. Is justice being served? We'll take your questions. Stay with us. Chicago speaks with Darryl Dinar. You can.

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"dr glover" Discussed on V103

V103

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on V103

"Check for you Right now It's 6 18 and you are listening to Chicago speaks. It is a beautiful Fourth of July and we have good news to report. In the state. But it's not the greatest news. The greatest news would be that 100% of the residents of the state of Illinois are vaccinated. But the reality is, is that right now, where just a little bit over 70% of people who have received their first vaccination joining me this morning to discuss the importance of all of us getting vaccinated, especially black and brown people are Dr Mike Magee. He is an emergency room position as well as co founder of premier urgent Care in Hyde Park. And we also had the privilege this morning of having joined us The international president of the A. K s otherwise known as Outward Kappa Alpha sorority, and that is Doctor Glinda. Glover. Mike. I'm gonna put on my chivalry hat this morning and begin with ladies first, especially since A k A. Is the vice president of the United States and I'm talking about Kamala Harris. Dr. Glover, Welcome to the program. How are you? Good morning, and thank you. I'm just so excited to be on the show This morning, The Africa found excited to come to Chicago. Hum about corporate office two days of Covid 19 vaccinations and we just excited to be here this morning. Talk to me about this effort because I'm vaccinated. I encourage everybody that I meet to get vaccinated. I literally had a discussion last night with, uh, Dr Free J, who is an internist. And, uh, just a phenomenal physician Black woman of color a black woman that is a position And she tries her best to get the word out about why it is so important, especially for black folks to get vaccinated. Why are you involved in this effort here in Chicago?.

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"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

"With it but by creating sharing great content that consumers value. You know you hit the nail on the head. I mean. I'm i'm big into branding and when you look at retail branding is a major thing but i think a lot of times what i see especially with my fellow eyecare professional colleagues out there is that we focus so much on external branding piece. But we don't look at the internal bring peace. We don't look at the why the company is doing it. Why you're doing it. We don't look at the vision mission core values of the company. We really put too much emphasis on that. And how can you expect for your team members in your office to be able to to really educate the patients that come in. If you don't understand the why the company. I think that's a huge piece. That's missing. And i think we as again as i care professionals who put too much focus on just that external peace you know like my logo has to look this way. I have to be on this social media platform. But if you don't understand the whole purpose of what you're doing in your brand it's never going to manifest the something that's going to resonate with the patient because patience is smart they're savvy. They have access to a cellphone. If you have a cell phone which majority of people in the world do can look up online figure out who they wanna see a touch of a button and they can research that physician to see what they're all about. I have tones of patients that come in and they've researching before they even walk into my practice in they understand my wife Even a company that i worked for the patients with. I made sure my why peers with their y. And that's why every day. When i go into see patients i am known as your favorite optometrist. You simply because of that branding and understanding that we share the same core values. So i'm able to really Give ultimate patient care to my patients. So i think you hit the nail on the head. I mean this is something that is huge on an chris. You guys really look at branding and take it seriously over transitions that kind of your mindset. As well chris doug me. What are you guys thinking when it comes to just really understanding your purpose and being able to educate team members about that so it can be more effective with external branding piece jazz transitions. I've been with transition seven years now and the core strength that we have is that culture and is that community that we've built around that y and it's not just you know people drawing a paycheck from transitions like myself. But it's also dr glover. It's every every eyecare professional we've had a chance to You're bring into that community so you know for me absolutely..

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"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

"Development but also about sharing valuable insights from consumer and retail trends from all over the world. So it's that gathering together to build both our collective strength and our intelligence to make our businesses thrive and prosper and twenty twenty one. And that's why. I'm also very excited to be joined here today by our guest and one of our keynotes of for this event Doug stevens and so doug. I'll i'll turn it over to you in a minute. I'm sure you've got lots of questions. Dr glover there but just a just a preference on doug stevens. He is one of the world's foremost retail industry futurist so his intellectual work in thinking has since many different international retailers agencies brands including walmart. Google laurie albion. W it's it's really impressive and so good to hear from you getting you have you here Just talking about this of that with you. And also at the event very exciting doug christie. It's great to be part of it. Yeah this is super exciting because as an eye care. Professional hasn't optometrist blessed to be in a profession where there's the medical piece but then there's also a retail piece and if in regards to the medical piece you know as a thomas we understand that we know exactly what we need to do to impact our patients and allow them to live their best life. There's no doubt about that but when it comes to the retail piece. We don't have that magic ball where we can sit down and say what's going to happen in the future. How's the consumer behavior going to be five ten months away from now so for me. This is super exciting. To have duck stevens on the show today to really give us some insight regards to what the future holds Doug before we jump into a picking your brain and learning more and becoming better when it comes to the retail industry. I will love for you just to tell us a little bit about yourself and your background because you have an incredible background in the world needs no a little bit more if you don't mind before we get started here. Thank you very much. Dr glover at and So retail prophet was born in two thousand and nine out of out of another crisis. Which i think we all may still remember. Some of us may still bear the scars of the financial crisis. So in two thousand and nine. I had left corporate life and decided to venture out on my own and it seemed to me after about twenty years in the retail industry as an executive that it was a really short sighted industry it was very much quarter to quarter earnings report to earnings report and that left the industry as a whole fundamentally unprepared to deal with some of these longer term threats that were on the horizon in two thousand and nine namely changing consumer vastly. Changing technology disrupted landscape. And of course generational change. That was happening at the same time. And so i decided at that point that the industry needed a perspective that looked out on a longer horizon five to ten year horizon and worked to put together a contextual picture of how all of those changing aspects of society were ultimately going to change the retail industry. Since then i've written three books on the future of retail One of which Is an international bestseller reengineering retail and. I just finished work on a third book. That's going to be published in may of twenty twenty one having to do with the pandemic and its impact on the retail industry. Wow i'm i'm speechless. Critics are you filling me like this. We don't we. Don't get to have a conversation with someone like this every single day..

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"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

"But i just feel like it's eye care professionals if we want to be able to give our patients the best products in prescribed from the chair and give them something that's gonna accommodate like style allowed him to live their best lives or let us have the freedom. We already have to deal with this with medical companies out there. Don't start doing it when it comes frames and lenses that is not showing that you are all about the thomas. That is showing that you all about that bottom line your own pockets in. You're not helping to push profession for tate. Dr glover but i totally agree a and look. I love esp i see a ton of esp patients coming in but at the same time you know have to look at what right for patients don't let patients only have one option when there's something that's better out there In the care professional for making sure that they have the best options to live their best life. Snia just doesn't make sense so man. The fire was coming out of my ears when this topic arose in two thousand and twenty again in the middle of kobe when we were shut down. I just couldn't believe it. I could now i'm gonna backup and say some really nice. Bsp has done some phenomenal things. They impressed me to no end when katrina hit and what they did to bring up. Thomas re back to that area and patience to be served they went to say over above is understatement. Biggest understatement. I've ever met so they've done some phenomenal things. But this is really surprising. I still kept. My letter. Dated june tenth from from. Bsp dear doctor that in didn't put my name on it and they include into a few things but then they north other things. So yeah jen. You mentioned that this was originally supposed to go into effect. September first but then was postponed but the photo chrome change preceded this change and that one was never postponed so there are still the photo..

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"dr glover" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on WTVN

"I would say the increase is definitely you know, we've definitely seen an uptick since the pandemic hit first door on Really, predominantly, really, only working with women and, you know, people had said, You know, men need support. Two men need support to so I opened up my platform. We were meeting in person at the time. And okay, so we'll open it upto men and we'll we'll meet separately. Well, little did I know that that would open the floodgate, you know, So the lesson there for me is if you if you provide safe platform for men they will share they will come. They want the support. There's not enough places for men. T get support for their emotional needs and talk and have other people listen. And with the pandemic, it's just increases. The divorce rates have have, you know skyrocketed since the pandemic, I'm definitely seeing more men asking for support reaching out. Well, why is that? Why? I guess why have divorce rates skyrocket and start with that? That is a great question. And I think that will be something will continue to research as this continues, But what I think has happened and what most you know, Professional think has happened is that the relationship probably didn't have a great foundation. You know there were cracks in the relationship to begin with. But now with no distractions, you you can't go to work. You can't your kids can't even go to school, right? You're all stuck together. And so the quarantine and being together in the pandemic has really caused people tol face to face with their relationship issues, And for some people, they're just realizing you know they can overcome it, or it's just think they can't say that. Where's before what was before the pandemic. I think people really could use work to escape, you know, to go out with their friends to get away. But now there's there's no escape. If you have a relationship that isn't working. This pandemic is just really going to shine a light on those cracks and the cracks. We're going to get bigger. Some people are either going to come closer together, and but I think for most people, it Z It's pulling them apart. We're speaking with Terry, then over divorce and relationship. Strategists also founder of choosing to rise dot com We're talking about why more men are seeking help with the relationships these days. I saw something in notes that said, Um Being a nice guy might be contributing to divorce. What? What is that about? Uh, yes, I would say that. Oh, I would say All my clients are like what covered nice guys. And what do I mean by that? So I want to make a distinction because I I kind of make the distinction and Dr Glover He's a famous therapist in coach and he talks about. You know how to stop being a nice guy. He kind of coined that phrase originally, and I kind of make the distinction between a nice guy and a good guy. Good guy is has a great heart and his loving and caring but also has healthy boundaries. What? What I make the distinction with the nice guy is is that they are loving and kind have a great heart, but they don't have good, healthy boundaries, particularly with women. And that's what I think that many That's the myth that many men buy into. They think that if they continue to please their partner, and if they do everything that they can to make their make her happy That it's going to make him happy. But ultimately most men and up sacrificing themselves sacrificing friendship, sacrificing dreams, sacrificing who they really are in their identity. And and then they become resentful and not really Ah, whole person. Thanks, Terry Terry, then over divorce and relationship strategists.

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"dr glover" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Trend on the relationship front, A growing number of men. Are working with professionals on their mental and emotional health as they struggle with relationship challenges and divorce. One of the people they turn to is Terry Vanover, divorce and relationship strategists, also founder of the website, choosing to rise dot com Terry, What are you hearing? I would say the increase is definitely you know, we've definitely seen an uptick since the pandemic hit first door on And but before, so, you know, I was really predominantly, really only working with women. And, you know, people had said, You know, men need support. Two men need support to so I opened up my platform. We were meeting in person at the time and okay, so we'll open it up toe men and we'll we'll meet separately. Well, little did I know that that would open the floodgate, you know, So the lesson there for me is if you if you provide a safe platform for men they will share they will come. They want the support. There's not enough places for men. T get support for their emotional needs and and tow talk and have other people listen. And with the pandemic, it's just increases. The divorce rates have have, you know skyrocketed since the pandemic, I'm definitely seeing more men asking for support reaching out. Well, why is that? Why? I guess why have divorce rates skyrocket and start with that? That is a great question. And I think that will be something will continue to research as this continues, But what I think has happened and what most you know, Professional think has happened is that the relationship probably didn't have a great foundation. You know there were cracks in the relationship to begin with. But now with no distractions, you you can't go to work. You can't your kids can't even go to school, right? You're all stuck together. And so the quarantine and being together in the pandemic has really Cause people tol face to face with their relationship issues, and for some people, they're just realizing you know, they can't overcome it or it's just think they can't say that. Where's before what was before the pandemic? I think people really could use work to escape, you know, to go out with their friends to get away. But now there's there's no escape. If you have a relationship that isn't working. This pandemic is just really going to shine a light on those cracks and the cracks. We're going to get bigger. Some people are either going to come closer together, and but I think for most people, it Z pulling them apart. We're speaking with Terry, then over divorce and relationship. Strategists also founder of choosing to rise dot com We're talking about why more men are seeking help with the relationships these days. I saw something in notes that said Being a nice guy might be contributing to divorce. What's what is that about? Yes, I would say that. Oh, I would say All my clients are like what covered nice guys. And what do I mean by that? So I want to make a distinction because I I kind of make the distinction and Dr Glover He's a famous therapist in coach and he talks about. You know how to stop being a nice guy. He kind of coined that phrase originally, and I kind of make the distinction between a nice guy and a good guy. Good guy is has a great heart and his loving and caring but also has healthy boundaries. What? What I make the distinction with the nice guy is is that they are loving and kind have a great heart, but they don't have good, healthy boundaries, particularly with women. And that's what I think that many That's the myth that many men buy into. They think that if they continue to please their partner, and if they do everything that they can to make their make her happy That it's going to make him happy. But ultimately most men in the sacrificing themselves sacrificing friendship, sacrificing dreams, sacrificing who they really are in their identity. And and then they become resentful and not really AH, whole person. Thanks Terry Terry Vanover, divorce and relationship strategists again her website choosing to rise dot com Coming up next more college football players opting out of this.

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"dr glover" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The relationship front, A growing number of men. Are working with professionals on their mental and emotional health as they struggle with relationship challenges and divorce. One of the people they turn to is Terry Vanover, divorce and relationship strategists, also founder of the website, choosing to rise dot com Terry, What are you hearing? I would say the increase is definitely you know, we've definitely seen an uptick since the pandemic hit bookstore on And but before, so, you know I was Really, predominantly, really, only working with women and, you know, people had said, You know, men need support. Two men need support to so I opened up my platform. We were meeting in person at the time. And okay, so we'll open it upto men and we'll we'll meet separately. Well, little did I know that that would open the floodgate, you know, So the lesson there for me is if you if you provide a safe platform for men they will share they will come. They want the support. There's not enough places for men. T get support for their emotional needs and and tow talk and have other people listen. And with the pandemic, it's just increases. The divorce rates have have, you know skyrocketed since the pandemic, I'm definitely seeing more men asking for support reaching out. Well, why is that? Why? I guess why have divorce rates skyrocket and start with that? That is a great question. And I think that will be something will continue to research as this continues, But what I think has happened and what most you know, Professional think has happened is that the relationship probably didn't have a great foundation. You know there were cracks in the relationship to begin with. But now with no distractions, you you can't go to work. You can't your kids can't even go to school, right? You're all stuck together. And so the quarantine and being together in the pandemic has really caused people tol face to face. With their relationship issues, and for some people, they're just realizing you know they can overcome it or it's just they can't say that. Where's before what was before the pandemic? I think People really could use work to escape. You know, to go out with their friends to get away. But now there's there's no escape. If you have a relationship that isn't working. This pandemic is just really going to shine a light on those cracks and the cracks. We're going to get bigger. Some people are either going to come closer together, and but I think for most people, it Z It's pulling them apart. We're speaking with Terry, then over divorce and relationship. Strategists also founder of choosing to rise dot com We're talking about why more men are seeking help with the relationships these days. I saw something in notes that said, um, being a nice guy might be contributing to divorce. What? What is that about? Uh, yes, I would say that. Oh, I would say All my clients are like what covered nice guys. And what do I mean by that? So I wanna make a distinction because I I kind of make the distinction. And Dr Glover, Um, he's a famous therapist in coach and he talks about. You know how to stop being a nice guy. He kind of coined that phrase originally. And I kind of make the distinction between a nice guy and a good guy. Good guy is has a great heart and his loving and caring but also has healthy boundaries. What? What I make the distinction with the nice guy is is that they are loving and kind have a great heart, but they don't have good, healthy boundaries, particularly with women. And that's what I think that many That's the myth that many men buy into. They think that if they continue to please their partner, and if they do everything that they can to make their make her happy that it's going to make him happy. But ultimately, most men and up sacrificing themselves sacrificing friendship, sacrificing dreams, sacrificing who they really are in their identity. And and then they become resentful and not really Ah, whole person. Thanks, Terry Terry, then over divorce and relationship strategists again her website choosing to rise dot com Coming up next more college football players opting.

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"dr glover" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Front, A growing number of men. Are working with professionals on their mental and emotional health as they struggle with relationship challenges and divorce. One of the people they turn to is Terry Vanover, divorce and relationship strategists, also founder of the website, choosing to rise dot com Terry, What are you hearing? I would say the increase is definitely you know, we've definitely seen an uptick since the pandemic hit for sure. And but before, so, you know, I was really predominantly, really only working with women. And, you know, people had said, You know, men need support. Two men need support to so I opened up my platform. We were meeting in person at the time and okay, so we'll open it up toe men and we'll we'll meet separately. Well, little did I know that that would open the floodgate, you know, So the lesson there for me is if you if you provide a safe platform for men they will share they will come. They want the support. There's not enough places for men. T get support for their emotional needs and talk and have other people listen. And with the pandemic, it's just increases. The divorce rates have have, you know, skyrocketed since the pandemic. I'm definitely seeing more men asking for support reaching out. Why is that? Why? I guess why have divorce rates skyrocket and start with that? That is a great question. And I think that will be something will continue to research as this continues, But what I think has happened and what most you know, Professional think has happened is that the relationship probably didn't have a great foundation. You know there were cracks in the relationship to begin with. But now with no distractions, you you can't go to work. You can't your kids can't even go to school. Right? You're all stuck together. And so the quarantine and being together in the pandemic has really caused people tol face to face with their relationship issues, and for some people, they're just realizing you know, they can't overcome it or it's just think they can't say that. Where's before what was before the pandemic? I think People really could use work to escape. You know, to go out with their friends to get away. But now there's there's no escape. If you have a relationship that isn't working. This pandemic is just really going to shine a light on those cracks and the cracks. We're going to get bigger. Some people are either going to come closer together. And but I think for most people, it Z pulling them apart. We're speaking with Terry, then over Divorce and relationship. Strategists also founder of choosing to rise dot com We're talking about why more men are seeking help with the relationships these days, I saw something in notes that said. Being a nice guy might be contributing to divorce. What? What is that about? Ah, yes, I would say that. Oh, I would say All my clients are like recovered Nice guys. And what do I mean by that? So I want to make a distinction because I I kind of make the distinction and Dr Glover He's a famous therapist in coach and he talks about. You know how to stop being a nice guy. He kind of coined that phrase originally, and I kind of make the distinction between a nice guy and a good guy. Good guy is has a great heart and his loving and caring but also has healthy boundaries. What? What I make the distinction with the nice guy is is that they are loving and kind had a great heart, but they don't have good, healthy boundaries, particularly with women. And that's what I think that many That's the myth that many men buy into. They think that if they continue to please their partner, and if they do everything that they can to make their make her happy that it's going to make him happy. But ultimately, most men and the sacrificing themselves sacrificing friendship, sacrificing dreams, sacrificing who they really are in their identity. And and then they become resentful and not really Ah, whole person. Thanks, Terry Terry, then over divorce and relationship strategists again her website choosing to rise dot com Coming up next more college football players opting out of.

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"dr glover" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Dr Glover from Animal Crossing Vetting area floors. Bill took the dog in yesterday for her shots and her nails to get clipped. And he's big fan. Oh, awesome. Yeah. Yeah, I knew I knew that he listened, but I didn't realize he knew everything. Yeah, I used to be able to cut my dog's nails. No problems. Now, the older she gets she gets, you know. A simple middle not feel like I'm gonna hurt her because she keeps yanking her paws away from me. And so I give up on her. I just can't do it anymore because I'm afraid of my break something or hurt her. So just take it to the back to get it done Playing safe. Yeah, it's much easier. They do such a good job much better than I could do. And I had one of those things. You've seen the infomercials with the little wheel. You know that. You know, your dog will like this because you don't have to clip. It's just a grinder. Basically, Yeah, they don't mind that party. The sound. Uh, yeah, I'm crazy. That little high pitch. It's a doggy headphones or earmuffs. Yeah, they don't tell you that part of the commercial. They don't tell you. Hey, watch out. Your dog's gonna freak out when you turn it on. Know if you can get past that part. It's great. But they every dog. I've had that I've tried to use it on freaks out on that noise. So, yeah, they need to put that in the infomercial because I suckered into that one. Great idea. Wait, you didn't tell me the high pitch wine? Yeah, I actually kind of have something similar to that for you at home pedicures that I use on my feet, okay, And it's really loud, too. You don't have the petty egg that I keep seeing on all the infomercials that were, it's got the vacuum in it that vacuums up all the dead skin. I don't have that. Why do it to you? What? The dead, Rose? Yeah, You do that? Yeah, We know what it is. Now I have the traditional cheese grater thing that makes you love because it tickles so much. He has one of those does make her laugh. Uh, all right. We'll get more on the FDA is vote to approve the vaccine. And what that actually means Coming up every day is a new day. A.

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"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

"You but they do need my care and then we switch that conversation to. Let's check for something else that can cause you to feel like you're not seeing now and so i spent a lot of my time talking to people who don't think they have dry eyes watery eyes on the intake form. They'll answer note all of these questions but they are coming in because they have blurry business. Dry is a vision disease as well and a lot of my blurry vision. Patients end up with drag diagnosis. You don't like i love to do. I love that you brought that you know the the refraction stay to it. Is that whenever. I'm doing a refraction always have my patients blinking between You know going back and forth between one and two and then at the end of the refraction. i'm like. Yeah you got dry. Is you blinked. You could tell everything sharper and clearing like yeah. How about that dr glover and then i jump right into it you know so it makes a world of difference by just having a conversation letting them know these little clues that could be potentially drive is was a building upon that as well saying how about yourself here body yeah One of the things that i learned right in the beginning And i've heard over and over. You know i've had conversations with Dry experts like sal and and and you know richard maharaj and others up here in canada. Who are big names. The number one thing. If we want to start super simple the number one thing you can do is implement a dry questionnaire for every single patient that steps in the door every single one whether you've seen him before randhir your office We use a one called the denatured five. Which has five questions and it's it's fairly straightforward there. You know the way they were. The questions can be a little bit confusing. Sometimes staff might need to step in just to kind of clarify things but You just look at the score. You have a threshold number six or eight or whatever you want to set it at and that is entered into the mr by the staff. So when i sit down with the patient look at that number right away and just like you said. I think john you're saying like if somebody says you dry eyes on the intake form. They'll say no but they have watery eyes sting or their vision fluctuates or whatever it is in these all as we know we're all related to dry is and so we have that is just like the most simple.

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"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

"We had a lot of innovations in the pipeline. We were able to get a few AL before we get the For we got kind of Cortina work from home You know they didn't get the traction because everyone had to shut down but you know now when we think about what we needed to do you know s about innovation. That's what we're known for. That's how we can support optometry actresses in the. US Today and it's it's part of our DNA and we have to continue to do that in good times and bad. I'm not only going launch you product when everything's going great right? I think more than ever. This is when we have to keep doing what we're known for in Washington products and that's all we have barrel comfort Max, and at the end of the day Barracks Comfort Max was meant to be a an amazing product and accessible product of the barracks branding for a lot of patients and lot easy fees out there. Really. Focused on posture flexibility providing sharp vision across a huge area of Asian. And that was the original intent, and now you think about the environment where now it's even more important than it was ever before we ever intended it to be because in no time in history has your the posture and the environment you're living in impacted your business so much. I don't have a home, office how many people working from their couch today how many people working for places in areas that were never meant to work from that's affecting how they're sitting. It's affecting how they're using their heads affect how they're using their is in their vision and there it just it makes it so much more difficult than ever and so now what was intended to be something that we saw on researches a need is even more relevant today based on the environment rent. Yeah. Thank you, I. Think you hit the nail on the head I mean actually think this is like perfect timing for you guys actually launch simply because as you just mentioned on a January experiencing his day in day out patients. What are they saying? I live in front of my computer Dr Glover I live in front of my computer Dr Larry, this is a common theme with every single patient whether there's a kid in their student whether they're adult and they're working whether they're retired they can't leave the house and they just want to sit in front of their computer, their tablet or watch TV. So they are really demanding to have better vision and they're demanding better optics and better technology at the same time. it's it's very critical when you think about the changing device use the changing technology has had on our vision and we hear the term digital ice train ally. And we immediately think about the millennials Gen xers the Jin y all the younger people still wearing single vision today. And we have products for that..

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"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

"Wear Practice Management and more. So sit back relax the focus Everybody we are back. We've got new episode of the Deficit Media Podcasts I'm Jennifer Liley and I am joined with Daryl Glover. Today even a actually guys were recording after work. So if we look a little bit. Crazy, like I have here. But like this is real life optometry now you shower at the end of the day. Instead of at the beginning of the day. So I'm sure if any guys out there that are doing that you'll feel my pain. Wise. Maybe I look a little bit I'll. Always looks fabulous. It doesn't matter what it is. You are always a star by. Doesn't matter. That's what a buns for. Good. Did. Not have any here at all. So that in mind all right now, we'll see you have been more months like this maybe I'll. Reporting. Actually. We we're talking with our guest today. Jeff. He's from s floor and we were talking about what life has been like, and he's got a a young son starting kindergarten and starting to verged like the new world. At home schoolteacher, slash parenting responsibilities. You. Have Parents says episode dead. I mean this year is is putting the hair to the test I. think if I if I actually grew my cove beer zillow more grey hairs than I got on my head. So but I'M GONNA keep I've gotta keep shapes you don't see that but yeah I mean this year has been I remember Dr Glover talk back in January, it's. It's amazing. What seven eight months makes it from the last time we talked because I think it went from work from home to just about everything from home. So now we're GONNA get into the new school year lots of things are changing of, but I think there's still a lot of great things going on right now. And I think for my car or foremost. I WanNa thank both of you and I think all of your colleagues for everything that you're doing getting back to work get back to the practices. You know you think about early in the year the big question was what isn't essential business, and if you think about what's more essential than I, care of all the senses, what's going to help you especially, what's more gonNA help you more than perfect. issue. So at the end of the day, you know I can't I can't thank you your colleagues enough for get back out there helping the patients Insofar Nessim in what we're doing I. Think it's going to be I think there's a lot of the year still have to go I think it's still going to be I think I think twenty twenty s finish very good for a lot of us. I think it's going to be a great year. I. Think we come out of this together. Carolina you guys last caught up at the national sales meeting, which is earlier this year, and at that meeting, there was plans for a lot of new technology to launch an obviously with the way the world is so much different. Now, everybody across all industries is kind of have to make some changes But a silver is still bringing us new technology and that's what you're coming on the show talk to us about How has been nineteen the change Kind of new technology were needing as Thomas trysts to up to our patients so. You know I think about you know at the beginning of the year like you seven we talked we had..

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"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr glover" Discussed on Defocus Media

"She felt when her doctor prescribed dynamic solution. So it's really empowering to hear from the patient. The impact that her eye doctor was able to have by diagnosing her light sensitivity, and then the transformation she went through wearing transitions lenses. It really is incredible to hear. You know you really hit the nail on the head. The one thing that we have to actually do is diagnosed license. We have to explain to our patients why they're light sensitive, treat the underlying issue, but also give him. Him a resource to help protect their eyes from this. I'll give you a prime example. My sister-in-law came in the other day. She's a makeup artist and the best one in area by the way and when I was taking a look at her is looking at her tears. I could tell that there was a lot of dryness, a lot of makeup debris in the tear film. So you know lot educator in regards to that and told her, hey, this is what's causing it light sensitivity. But then also I gave her that education about you know natural light as well as artificial light and then I. I told her about that dynamic lind's option choice of transition lenses, and of course, she gave us a kickback Nah I, don't think ready for that, and then I told her I said look check it out, get this Lens. If you don't like this Lens, I'll pay for whatever you need out of my own pocket, not the company's pocket, but my pocket fast forward to three weeks later does she ever say anything back to me about the Lens? No. Because her life has been on autopilot number one, she treated the dryness that we touched on number two, she has protection with transition lenses and. And she has no concerns or no worries. It really impacted her life simply because I diagnosed it and I gave her a solution to treat. The is transitions is phenomenal when when you can really own light sensitivity, you can really impact your patient's life and be a leader in your community, and that's what I'm all about I wanNA create that ultimate experience I wanna be a leader, my community. I, want to be the expert I. WanNa be the one that's going to solve their problems and with transitions, it can really take your practice in your personal brand into the next level. Light sensitivity is something. Something that we really need to focus on you guys also, honestly, Dr Glover's funny is funny. You bring that up is that's exactly the advice that the extract of where gave to us in the video. So I actually asked her when I got the interview. I was like, what advice would you give and she was like just prescribe it to someone and tell their story, and it's about those stories and seeing the real benefits because it's a very complex technology, there's a lot that goes into it, but it's very simple benefit. As you said, it's that continuous seamless throughout the day you know it's autopilot. So I think I, think that that's not too still too much of the thunder. You still need to check out video. Is still great to hear the experience but One make life easier for our patients. Right..

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"dr glover" Discussed on ManTalks Podcast

ManTalks Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr glover" Discussed on ManTalks Podcast

"Be that wish can I erase that as? is going to be part of my legacy yeah. Didn't like talking to a mentioned. Scott Peck and we mentioned John Bradshaw. Those are both guys, said the row, great books, and made great impacts on the world, and both had really messy lives, even after writing great books both had relapses into their messy lives. Yeah, yeah, yeah, and they can say it's a remembrance remember it's. Just because you're doing the work does your doesn't mean. You'RE GONNA escape from problems I. Think Yeah I. I've talked about this before. With men of like our obsession with the golden ticket. Right that we're going to do some program. Read some book. You know whatever that has going to liberate US forever, and we're never going to have to worry about anything, and yes, the free right and I see it all the time way. We all want that yet. We line up the ones and Zeros just right. Run run perfectly and keep on running forever, and and then yet as David data, said the masculine areas thinking that some point it'll all be done. It will all be good. No, no, that's not the world we live in which kind of brings us back to where we started the. We live in this. You know crazy chaotic world, and can we embrace that, can we? Can we surrender to it? Can we love every aspect of it? What is going to meet, US? Like you I've been preaching the need for tribe to men for a long time, and I love people like you, and there's so many great men out there now, building tribe for met and. I I love seeing that now as I said when I started my own nice guy. Recovery Twenty five plus years ago, that that that barely existed and it it thrills me to see the way that it does now. Wonderful well, thank you so much for being on the. And thank you for being part of this conversation for all the work that you do for everyone that's out there. We'll have the links in the show notes to check out. document was work in check on Mister Nice Guy What is your websites? Doctor Dr Glover Dot. com Dr Blubber. Dot Com. That's what I thought. And don't forget to share this Gaza, so it was someone that you know will benefit from it. Because is an immense amount of value in just being able to acquire these conversations and if you're looking to go further inducing this work, definitely, check out Dr Glover incredible. Yeah, thank you so much for being on on the show again. Such an honor and pleasure to have you here. Goner, thank you. I've just this has been one of those pleasant reciprocal moment saw I'm grateful looking forward to talking to you and your your tribal men in a month or so. Wonderful wonderful look forward to infer everyone that's out there. If you are looking to get in on those conversations, you ain't to connor beaten dot com man talks dot com and check out the alliance. We've got a few hundred men in there. That are all doing this work all part of this conversation as he can go, check. That out can also check out Dr Glover's work. You can check out John. Wiley work on. Everyone's doing some really incredible. Stop Stop. All right until next week. This is gonNA beaten signing up. ooh!.

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"dr glover" Discussed on ManTalks Podcast

ManTalks Podcast

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"dr glover" Discussed on ManTalks Podcast

"Welcome I'm kind of eaten? And this is the man. Talk Show training for men and answers for with today's show. We have another anonymous guests and so just a reminder on these anonymous clients or guests I interview a person who has plied to work with me that I have never connected with before I've never worked with before and the intention of these episodes is to walk people through meeting their own dysfunction walk people through meeting their own resistance or the reactivity basically taking people through shadow work and being able to help them unpack where they're sabotaging in their life where they are blocking themselves from love whether blocking themselves from their purpose where they are holding themselves back from creating what they ultimately want in life and to guide them on the path of being able to claim their own self leadership their own power And their own compass their own internal direction so on today show. I have a guest who has been struggling with a few things. One Married interrelationship and he's been a relationship for six years married for three They have started talking about kids and he has some resistance or concerns around having kids so we talked about that we also talk a little bit about his relationship with his wife and some of the challenges that come up in conflict between the two of them and we look at This individuals relationship to his mom and we start to unpack and he'll through some of the trauma some of the though wounding and pain that he acquired in childhood that is showing up in his relationship today so This includes a little bit of family of origin work. It includes some shadow. Works gestalt a little bit of positive psychology some cognitive behavioral therapy Mixed in there. It's really an amalgamation of a bunch of different therapeutic modalities so as you listen today. Just notice for yourself Where where your story feels familiar to this? Client and Just notice in terms of what's blocking him From some of the some of the ways in which he'd like to connect with his partner in his marriage some of the ways in which he'd like to create clarity and continued to create direction as life. Just notice what about that feels familiar for you notice about the direction that I guide him in Try and if you can answer some of these questions along with him and see how you might answer some of these questions and there might be something fruitful for you in there So just before I bring the guest in a quick reminder Vienna and my wife and I do have a wonderful program. That's outright now that we've put over a thousand people through call get the loved ones I think it should really be called relationship foundations Because it is. We teach the foundations of really healthy solid relationships everything from communication to sex and intimacy. So if you're wanting to dive into that it's open right now You can use discount fifty to save. Save a little bit of money and you can find that program on my website. Connor BEATEN DOT COM. Or you can just check the the links in my instagram profile at man talks And just a quick reminder one last quick reminder for all the guys that are out there the alliance is open. It's free right now. So if you're wanting a great community of men to be a part of we've got a monthly book club Where we create content for you to go through the book Next month or diving into no more Mister Nice guy and Working on bringing Dr Glover onto having a private interview with all the men that are in the alliance so if you are interested in that go to connor beaten DOT COM and sign up for the alliance. Today it's going to be a great few months With within the group you also get put into a team so you have your own team of men to connect with a regular basis We have monthly challenges. We have weekly calls for all the men. And then you have biweekly calls with your own group which is member lead. So I definitely head on over and check that out and ladies if you know a guy that could benefit from that then definitely send that his way all right so without any further delay with the housekeeping notes Taken care of like to welcome my anonymous guest for this week. All right my anonymous guest. How're you doing this morning? You will will get house quarantine treating you as good as on like anyone. It treating me as good as anyone's being treated right now. I'd say were yeah. Yeah Yeah Fair I mean it says the challenge in time for a lot of people so while I appreciate you being on the show appreciate diving into this with me. And let's let's frame the session from a place of getting a bad experience off of you getting a bad experience or or something. That's been keeping you stuck in a out or move through that I like to friendly sessions as from a place of just being able to move through something. That sounds great. Awesome okay so let's just let's just start off with how you doing today right now in this moment so right now. I feel little nervous little little. Nc If you will but on excited very excited great opportunity so unbelievable. Good get yes. I usually feel anxious. When win? I in doing something new. And in my life anxieties played the role of I would say a controller or decision regular keeps me. Comfortable guides keeps me in my space. Not a little bit. More about that I would say that once feelings I d you know you're nervous system get set off and then at that point. It's a race to relax that it's a race to level that nervous system so for me personally. There has been a slew of Isis. To get through that when I was younger it was escapism. Or trying to stay by myself comfortable or even more so keeping myself around people but by myself my own heads or kind of distracting.

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