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"dr harriet" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:05 min | 3 months ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Boy last night was really busy in the world of sports. Obviously, day by day, The biggest thing that we had heard was that There was an MBA player, was it? Ah Whole gosh, was a Paul George, who who said That they were depressed because of the N B a bubble and we're playing terrible. And now I'm kind of out of my funk song playing better. I think there are a lot of guys that are feeling that way. Yeah, so they're isolated, I guess in their rooms and they've gotten a little funky and they're not performing as well. Now there are a lot of people that have been shut down at home for a long time that do not have the amenities that the MBA players haven't Probably very little sympathy, but I understand where they're coming from, right. So last night, it started to go down in the evening. To where, Um Some of the players were deciding. We should probably sit out in boycott in this place. I started with the Raptors and the Celtics started talking about it, and pretty soon the Milwaukee Bucks and then they said they weren't going to play in. Nothing happened. So three playoff games were canceled last night. And then a. Supposedly there was a meeting where there where everyone got together, um and voted And the team's voted to sort of to continue the boycott. The rest of the league said. That's in the playoffs. Edmee. Let's continue to play. LeBron walked out of the meeting, so I don't know where we are right now. I understand They feel frustrated in their bubble and they want to be able to do something, but I don't understand. Not playing basketball. That doesn't impact anything, in my opinion, but that's what they want to do. Knock yourselves out. They are very passionate about it. There's no sure doubt about it. And the passion comes through. You saw Kenny the jet Smith walk off the The set last night in a very powerful piece, toe watch as he talked, and then Ah, And of course, he's flanked by Charles and shack to the biggest personalities in the MBA, even though they haven't played in quite some time. And I didn't see the entire show. I saw the clip where he got up and walked out. I don't know where Chris Webber had one of the most powerful. Ah, ah, speeches and I'm gonna try to pull it up. He talked about it and he talked about how eat you know what's going to change by all this, right? Right. He didn't call an awkward time out in the middle of it. Didi, You know what? I forgot? Ah, look, these guys and then and then you have coaches and players and they're in tears. I mean, they're no matter how you feel about any of the stuff. It's a very It's very hits home for all these guys, and they just want to do something. They don't know what to do. I think to a certain extent that's all of us in it. They were all sort of just we don't know what to do. I've said it on this show before you and I have said it. I don't know where you feel like I'm not an activist. I'm not. Ah, I'm not. I don't go toe marches, and I don't know I want to try to do and help some someone in some way. But I'm nor I am normally just I don't trust any organization room. No, that's a good good policy. I don't know. I don't I love a cop. That'll trust totally what's going on Black lives matter of down for the cause. But I'm totally trust what's going on there. There's more. I'm a very devout Catholic don't really trust. What's going it supports into that. Ah, I sort of just keep everything in arms length until I know specifically what this situation is going, right? And there were lots of very interesting sort of man on the street interviewing protesters. What do you guys out here for? And they're like I was told to be here at a certain time and, ah I had to sign the death waiver in case I got hurt on, But here I am. Okay, Let's hear the Chris Webber. I think it's very powerful and I want you know I want to play it just Tio. You know, I think what's interesting in what he's saying is is, you know, Okay, what's going to change? Not very much, but we got to do something right. I think that's what his message was here. So let's let's go ahead and hear him right now on game. In Wisconsin. The Cabinet first took me No, this has never happened before. But I'm sure that Dr Harriet was Dr John Carlos Arthur Ashe. Jackie Robinson and others have been praying for this day Shoutout to Kenny. They walked off. I wanted to have a voice in here because I feel like we only have the same couple voices talking during these times. So it was very important for me to come over here. I keep hearing the question like what's next? What's next? Well, you got a plan was next. You have to figure out what's next. I'm very proud of the players. I don't know the next steps. Don't really care what the next steps are because the first steps are to garner attention. They have everybody's attention around the world right now. Then leadership and others will get together and decide the next steps so we know it won't end tomorrow. We know that there's been a million marches and nothing will change tomorrow. We know vote we keep here invoked Everybody vote. I'm here to speak for those that Always marginalized. Those who live in these neighbourhoods where we preaching, telling the vote and walk away. Charles Barkley came in my high school. Just seeing him in the locker room, seeing his hands. That's body that inspired me. I can't see something. Can't be something till you see it. And when I tell you, the little kids that have called me Upset. I have a godson that has autism, and I just had to explain to him. Why we are playing. I have young nephews..

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"dr harriet" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"But it just speaks to the fact that there was still active debate on the cause and thus the treatment of scurvy viewing disease as a deficiency rather than as a positive state was a really difficult thing for people to conceptualize, especially when everyone was looking for the thing, pathogen toxin, whatever that actively caused disease. It was way pastime for some real experiments to begin. Fortunately in the nineteen hundreds experimental studies of scurvy, became popular and more importantly possible. Thanks to a very lucky choice of animal model. Oh my God. I was just going to say how could they have done? Did. They just happen to choose Guinea pigs. Yeah. Are you serious? Okay. Okay. So there's a reason behind this is I I am amazed right now because our animals a freaking Guinea pig. You choose home. I gosh. I don't remember. If we've talked about what animal models are before in this podcast. I don't know we've kind of mentioned them, but we haven't explained them necessarily. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, basically in medical research, if you're trying to learn more about human disease or treatment for a disease. You can't really do a lot of experimental research on humans directly. So it's really important to have an animal in which the disease act similar to the way. It doesn't. Humans. Yeah. Anyway, the issue of an appropriate animal model for scurvy had come up before. Because as I mentioned some animals can synthesize their own vitamin C. So rats had been a popular lab animal at this time lab rats and pigeons, actually, but lab rats were viewed as like in infection carrying and gross like the tide had turned against rats around this time, and they were really gross. But Guinea pigs have started to be imported as pets for children and his little just cute things. And so possibly lab animals. Oh, my God says some guy named axel Holst somewhat randomly chose a Guinea pig as a model for scurvy, and it just happened to work the amount of coincidence in science and scientific discoveries is finan. Comino? Yeah. So now the experiments could begin and they would show that scurvy was directly related to diet and fresh fruits vegetables, raw milk, some kinds of meat prevented scurvy. The are so many important names that contributed to this research, but I wanna quickly shout out Dr Harriet chick who's lab in London consisted almost exclusively a women because all men were at army labs during World War One. I love it and her research show that the amount of raw milk fed to a Guinea pig determined whether or not the animal would get scurvy. Wow. Harry yet harriett. So they knew what scurvy. So they knew that scurvy was related to diet. But what was the unifying thing in all of these anti scrupulous foods, vitamin C, which at that point was still unknown. Yeah. It was just called vitamin C because vitamin A and B. I had already been found as attritional factors which that were necessary for the growth of rats, wait survey just found these compounds. And they just were like, okay, we'll how this vitamin A, and we'll call this when vitamin B N. So with this when they were trying to figure out scurvy. They were just like, we know it's something different. So we're going to call it vitamin C. But we have no idea what it is. I was just a numbering system and naming system for things they don't know. Yeah. That's amazing. I think a and b might have been known. I'm not sure about. Yeah. See was not that is so whole Larrea. Yeah. In nineteen thirty a Hungarian chemist named Albert sent Georgi isolated a compound, which was later name. A scorebig acid also anti score Buick scorebig. You just blew my what's up..

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"dr harriet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston dot com. Ski and snowboard expo presented by Subaru. Sixty percent on ski and snowboard. Equipment lift tickets and vacation demo kids. Learn to center longer appear dark dusky snowboard expo November eighth through eleventh of a seaport World Trade Center dot com. WBZ news time ten twenty five on the ring central Newsline. Here's something you should know a very important emotion. You don't hear people talk about much is shame which is the fear of being seen as. As a sensually inadequate or flawed or not worthy. Dr Harriet Lerner, author of the book, the dance of fear. So many fear is like the fear of intimacy that fear of public speaking, the fear of dancing underneath what we call fear. Shame. This fear of being seen as inadequate but feeling shame is normal says Harriet, in fact in order to grow as a person you have to put yourself in situations that will cause you to feel shame. It's surprising. How many people tell me that? They don't feel shame. And the reason they don't feel it is because they may be leading lives that are very narrow and small. I mean, if you stay in your basement, are you sit in a corner, and you don't take risks. You can avoid shame the fear of feeling. Shame stops a lot of people from trying new things. But Harriet says we know from all the research that the more you practice of the more the brain gets convinced that the fear is real. So another lesson is that you have to show up. It's something is important enough to you. At somethingyoushouldknow dot net. I'm Mike Carruthers in that something you should know. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Hey, everybody at Steve Lyons. Former big league player in Nessin baseball analyst, you know, lately, I've been kicking myself for not trademarking the phrase. 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Fran Townsend homeland security adviser under President Bush tells CBS this morning, one of those packages was founded in Delaware postal facility. I understand from the law enforcement services that I was speaking to that what happened in that particular instance, was like they're a colder package. It was returned to Florida, right? The return address went to Florida. And that's how his was intercepted and other devices discovered early this morning in lower Manhattan addressed actor Robert deniro de Niro's Tribeca neighborhood has been a very active crime scene. This morning CBS. Correspondent Steve Futterman. Is there and he joins us now. Live morning, Steve. Good morning. I'm actually outside the Tribeca grill, which is the restaurant co owned by Robert deniro. He also has his production office here. And this is where that suspicious package was found around five o'clock this morning, we've been given very few details. We believe that the package was sound bites some normal security guards at work here. And apparently they recognize the package because it was very similar to packages. They had seen either TV or newspaper reports or online, and they immediately called police this package was very similar to the other ones. They called police the bomb squad came here with that package beyond that, we don't know that much. We are led to believe that the return address on this package also congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, again that was a chip to these security officials that this was something that police should be called about immediately. And that's what they did. Now deniro would seem as strange addition to a list of targets that includes. A couple of former presidents vice president Joe, Biden, George Soros. But in fact, there is something some commonality there. Well, yes, I mean, all of the people who have been sent these packages are critics to some degree of President Trump, and Robert deniro made a very a highly publicized comment about President Trump at the most recent Tony awards became on stage. I think he was presenting an award. And it said I will use the cheek rated burcin s Trump. And that of course, I think you can have you can assume that that was a comment aimed at the person. So all of these people, even Robert deniro, they do have this common thread in the fact that they have been critical of the criminal ministration Steve Manhattan, no stranger to security scares our residents responding to this latest pretty much g another day in New York City area right now has been through the police once they once they. We're able to take the package away. And they did do obviously an examination to see. If there were other devices in this area, they found none. At least as far as we know they pretty much left it, I'm right next to a couple of state trooper vehicles here. So there is some police presence, but you can walk on the sidewalk right next to the deniro restaurant.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon. I await all week to say it's time for sports. The game brewers versus dodgers after the group grew beat the sun's out of the LA dodgers last night, seventy two we turn out of Howard Bryant of ESPN dot com and ESPN the magazine. Our thanks so much for being with us. Good morning, Scott. How are you doing? I'm fine. Thanks blue man group. Brew crew. It's my own nickname forum. How do you like I like that? I kind of do they keep coming back all season. Don't they? Well, they do. And this is nicer venture last year. I mean our last year because of your your cubs took them out in a fantastic battle. But I can tell you that this is what you're supposed to do when you come close. And then you have a chance this year. You've got a game seven you haven't been to the World Series since nineteen eighty two. And of course, the dodgers have a chance to go to the World Series back to back. So this is what is better than winner. Take all game seven National League championship series. We want this week course to the World Series is set to open on Tuesday the NBA begins their season in Boston in Boston. That's right. Exactly. Yes. And Kristy tolliver debuted is assistant coach for the Washington. Wizards. She's also she'll playing in the NBA for the mystics Becky Hammon. Of course is already know assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs is the NBA getting closer to hiring a head coach who happens to be a woman. Yeah. I think it's coming in. I think it's overdue, and I tonight I can't wait till it does happen. So you can take another unnecessary barrier. And and put it away because I think that the NBA has been the progressively the NBA's been the one that has been better on on protests. The NBA has been better in terms of having female referees. The NBA's been better with my colleague, Doris Burke on the broadcast. And so the next step is to have a female head coach. And it's really not that big a deal for the rest of us because if you actually live in society, we've all had female bosses at some point. But in that, we do here, I wanna know kiss and in in that sport, it's a big deal in professional sports in the male dominated game. And also, let's not forget that that ESPN actually put the we have two women on the broadcast now for football. You've got Hannah and Hannah storm in Andrea Kremer both doing broadcast as well. And so it's it's important in these things have to happen. And I'm glad. That that the NBA seems to be the one when it does happen. It's it's it's gonna be good Women's Tennis Association championship start tomorrow in Singapore. But there's gonna be a rule change at Wimbledon because they don't want any more of their six our finals. What do you think of the rule change to go to the well, what are they gonna do? It's the hybrid break. Yeah. After after twelve extra twelve twelve then they're going to go to a tie-break the way that the way that they do after the US open after after the fifth set tiebreak. I don't like it. I hate it. I think it's terrible. I disagree. I understand the reason why people do it why they think it's a big deal. And I get it. I don't like it because I think that it imbalances the game to the land of the giants. We know that these players are now seven feet tall is six eleven or whatever we know they can serve one hundred and forty five miles an hour, and that it just becomes a serving contest, but you have to play defense. And if you can't play defense than the game gets shifted toward the tall guys. And so we never had this. Conversation with with when players were were six feet under. So my advice to those guys is break serve. Howard. Thank you. You're in San Francisco there commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Mexico City Olympics. And of course, that's where John Carlos and Tommie Smith raised their fists on the medal podium. Thanks very much for being with us. Howard was terrific. Thank you. When the baby of an HIV positive mother in South Africa was suffering from liver failure doctors were confronted with a heroin choice transplant part of the mothers liver to the infant and risk transferring HIV or let the child grows sicker and most likely by the child received part of her mother's liver, and so far there has been no sign of HIV. The surgery is your first and could significantly change the pool of organ donors in South Africa. Where about twenty percent of the population is infected with HIV the largest epidemic in the world. Dr Harriet Ethridge is a medical bioethicist at vich, Donald Gordon medical center. That's where the transplant happened. And she was part of the team of doctors who helped prepare for the shirt, she joins us from Johannesburg. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you very much. Having me on your show. How's the baby doing and the baby's doing very? Well. We very yeah. Off. After the transplant surgery happened now and to see this child alive and thriving under these circumstances with this world, I case is obviously enormously gratifying, and it really makes us feel good about the decision. We made. Well, help us understand that decision because you had to wear a lot of different factors. Didn't you? Yeah. So we knew that there was a really high possibility that three doing the Sadri we would give this child HIV. But the other thing we had to way is that the child had been on our waiting list for a liver Darna for three times the average. And this child was getting really sick had been admitted to ICU had needed to be ventilated. And we were at the point where the question was literally. Would you rather die or live with HIV? What did the parents tell you? So the parents were saying to us. Why can't we donate where well controlled well HIV positive people? We take our medication every day. Why wouldn't you consider us? So they were certainly that wish from the parents. And the man, particularly who was the Dinah that she could be a diner, and we had to consider that very carefully because we have to make. Sure that we promote and enhance the autonomy of our patients as far as possible. So it was interesting that in this case, it was very much motivated by a request from this very brave set of parents who wanted to save the life of the child, Dr Ethridge do think this this case the more people know about it will contribute something to lifting the stigma of HIV in so many countries around the world. I would like to herp, sir. HIV stigma is an extremely complicated thing, and it's it's so multifaceted. So for us in South Africa over we have this very well, integrated national aids treatment program HIV is still very stigmatized and one of the things we would really hope to show through what we've done here is that if you're an HIV positive person, and you're on your medication you're living in normal life. Then that shouldn't preclude you from being an organ donor. It shouldn't stop you from having those options that HIV negative people would have, and we hope that by showing that HIV positive people can do this that that would help to reduce the stigma to some extent. But this is just one case. And it's going to take a lot more than one case to make a serious danger, HIV stigma. Tuck harried Ethridge medical bioethicist vich, Donald Gordon medical center in Johannesburg. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you very much. Joan of arc has become such an emblematic figure a Saint of the Catholic church the inspiration of so many novels and films, and of course, George Bernard. Shaw's conic play we might sometimes forget, she was a real teenage girl was burned at the stake in fourteen thirty one she did farm work, and she had parents who loved her and were with her until her end Glenn Close plays. Joan of arc mother. Isabelle a strong. Steely loving woman in Jane Anderson's, new play mother of the may now New York's public theater is grateful to her door as healthy heartiest. Her job. Great. She's grateful that the English. Like, they did the Leveque. Beck was Isabelle's. Best read. The.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on KCRW

"Nickname for him. How do you like I like that? I kind of do they keep coming back all season. Don't they? Well, they do and this is nice provincial last year last year because of your your cubs took them out in a fantastic battle. But I can tell you that this is what you're supposed to do when you come close. And then you have a chance this year. You've got a game seven you haven't been to the World Series since nineteen eighty two. And of course, the dodgers have a chance to go to the World Series back to back. So this is what is better than winner. Take all game seven National League championship series. We want to know this week course of the World Series is set to open on Tuesday the NBA begins their season in Boston in Boston. That's right. And it could be exactly yes. And christi. Tolliver? Debuted is assistant coach for the Washington. Wizards. She's also she'll playing in the NBA for the mystics Becky Hammon. Of course is already in assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs is the NBA getting closer to hiring a head coach who happens to be a woman. Yeah, I think it's coming in. I think it's overdue, and I I can't wait till it does happen. So you can take another unnecessary barrier. And and put it away because I think that the NBA has been the progressive league the NBA's been the one that has been better on on protests. The NBA has been better in terms of having female referees. The NBA been better with my colleague, Doris Burke on the broadcast. And so the next step is to have a female head coach. And it's really not that big a deal for the rest of us because if you actually. Live in society. We've all had female bosses at some point. But in we do here, I wanna know kiss know, and in in that sport, it's a big deal in professional sports in the the male dominated game. And also, let's not forget that that ESPN actually put the we have two women on the broadcast now for football. You've got Hannah and Hannah storm and Andrea Kremer both doing broadcast as well. And so it's it's important in these things have to happen. And I'm glad that that the NBA seems to be the one when it does happen. It's it's it's going to be good Women's Tennis Association championship start tomorrow in Singapore. But there's gonna be a rule change at Wimbledon because they don't want any more of the six our finals. What do you think of the rule change to go to the well, what are they gonna do? It's the hybrid break after after twelve extra twelve twelve then they're going to go to a tie-break the way that the way that they do after the US open after after the fifth set tiebreak. I don't like it. I hate it. I think it's terrible. I disagree. I understand the reason why people do it why they think it's a big deal. And I get it. I don't like it because I think that it imbalances the game to the land of the giants. We know that these players are now seven feet tall is six eleven or whatever we know they can serve one hundred and forty five miles an hour, and that it just becomes a serving contest, but you have to play defense in if you can't play defense, then the game gets shifted toward the tall guys. And so we never had this conversation with with Lynn players were were six feet and under. So my advice to those guys is break serve. Howard. Thank you. You're in San Francisco there commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Mexico City Olympics. And of course, that's where John Carlos and Tommie Smith raised their fists on the medal podium. Thanks very much for being with us. Howard was terrific. Thank you. When the baby of an HIV positive mother in South Africa was suffering from liver failure doctors were confronted with a heroin choice transplant part of the mothers liver to the infant and risk transferring HIV or let the child grows sicker and most likely die the child received part of her mother's liver. And so far there has been no sign of HIV. The surgery is your first and could significantly change the pool of organ donors in South Africa. Where about twenty percent of the population is infected with HIV the largest epidemic in the world. Dr Harriet Ethridge is a medical bioethicist at vich, Donald Gordon medical center. That's where the transplant happened. And she was part of the team of doctors who helped prepare for this rhetoric. She joins us from Johannesburg. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you very much for having me on your show. How's the baby doing and the baby's doing? Well, we very yeah. Off. After the transplant surgery happened now and to see this child's alive and thriving under these circumstances with this world, I case is obviously enormously gratifying, and it really makes us feel good about the decision. We made. Well, help us understand that decision because you had to wear a lot of different factors. Didn't you? Yeah. So we knew that there was a really high possibility that three doing the surgery we would give this child HIV. But the other thing we had to way is that the child had been on our waiting list for a liver Darna for three times the average. And this child was getting really sick had been admitted to ICU had needed to be ventilated. And we were at the point where the question was literally. Would you rather die or live with HIV? What did the parents tell you? So the parents were saying to us why can't we donate where well controlled well HIV positive people. We take our medication every day. Why don't you consider us? So they were certainly that wish from the parents. And the man, particularly who was the Darna that he could be Dina, and we had to consider that very carefully because we have to make sure that we promote and enhance the autonomy of our patients as far as possible. So it was interesting that in this case it was very much motivated by a request from this very brave set of parents who wanted to save the life of their child. Dr do you think this this case, the more people know about it will contribute something to lifting the stigma of HIV in so many countries around the world, I would like to herp, sir. You know, HIV stigma is an extremely complicated thing, and it's it's so multifaceted. So for us inside. Africa over we have this very well, integrated national aids treatment program HIV is still very stigmatized and one of the things we would really hope to show through what we've done here is that if you're an HIV positive person, and you're on your medication you're living in normal life. Then that shouldn't preclude you from being an organ donor. It shouldn't stop you from having those options that HIV negative people would have, and we hope that by showing that HIV positive people can do this that that would help to reduce the stigma to some extent. But this is just one case. And it's going to take a lot more than one case to make a serious danger, HIV stigma. Doc, harried Ethridge medical bioethicists vich, Donald Gordon medical center in Johannesburg. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you very much. Joan of arc has become such an emblematic figure a sign of the Catholic church the inspiration of so many novels and films, and of course, George Bernard. Shaw's iconic play we might sometimes forget, she was a real teenage girl was burned at the stake in fourteen thirty one she did farm work, and she had parents who loved her and we're with her until her end Glenn Close plays Joan of arc smother. Isabelle a strong. Steely loving woman in June Anderson's new play mother of the may now New York's public theater. Grateful to the door as healthy as forty s. Grateful for the sons were healthy. The english. Like they did to the backs..

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"dr harriet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thanks for blue man group. Brew crew. It's my own nickname forum. How do you like I like that? I kind of do they keep coming back all season. Don't they? Well, they do and this is nicer ventral last year last year because of your your cubs took them out in a fantastic battle. But I can tell you that this is what you're supposed to do when you come close. And then you have a chance this year. You've got a game seven you haven't been to the World Series since nineteen eighty two. And of course, the dodgers have a chance to go to the World Series back to back. So this is what is better than winner. Take all game seven nationally championship series. We wanna know this week course of the World Series is set to open Tuesday the NBA begins their season in Boston in Boston. That's right. And it could be day. Wait. Exactly. Yes. And Kristy tolliver debuted is assistant coach for the Washington. Wizards. She's also show playing in the NBA for the mystics Becky Hammon. Of course has already assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs is the NBA getting closer to hiring a head coach who happens to be a woman. Yeah. I think it's coming. I think it's overdue, and I can't wait till it does happen. So you can take another unnecessary barrier and put it away because I think that the NBA has been progressively, the NBA's been the one that has been better on on protests. The NBA has been better in terms of having female referees. The NBA's been better with my colleague, Doris Burke on the broadcast. And so the next step is to have a female head coach. And it's really not that big a deal for the rest of us because if you actually. Live in society. We've all had female bosses at some point. But in that we do here. I wanna know. Yes. No. And in in that sport, it's a big deal and in professional sports in the male dominated game. And also, let's not forget that that ESPN actually put the two women on the broadcast now football you've got Hannah and Hannah storm and Andrea Kremer both doing broadcast as well. And so it's it's important in these things have to happen. And I'm glad that that the NBA seems to be the one when it does happen. It's it's it's gonna be good Women's Tennis Association championships start tomorrow in Singapore. But there's gonna be a rule change at Wimbledon because they don't want any more of the six our finals. What do you think of the rule change to go to the well, what are they gonna do? It's the hybrid break after after twelve after twelve twelve then they're going to go to a tie-break the way that the way that they do after the US open after after the fifth set tiebreak. I don't like it. I hate it. I think it's terrible. I disagree. I understand the reason why people do it. Why? I think it's a big deal. And I get it. I don't like it because I think that imbalances the game to the land of the giants. We know that these players are now seven feet tall is six eleven or whatever we know they can serve one hundred and forty five miles an hour, and that it just becomes a serving contest, but you have to play defense, and if you can't play defense than the game gets shifted toward the tall guys. And so we never had this conversation with with players were were six feet and under. So my advice to those guys is break serve. Howard. Thank you. You're in San Francisco there commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Mexico City Olympics. And of course, that's where John Carlos and Tommie Smith raised their fists on the metal Prodian. Thanks very much for being with us. Howard was terrific. Thank you. When the baby of an HIV positive mother in South Africa was suffering from liver failure doctors were confronted with a heroin choice transplant part of the mothers liver to the infant and risk transferring HIV or let the child grows sicker and most likely die the child received part of her mother's liver. And so far there has been no sign of HIV. The Shurmur dri is your first and could significantly change the pool of organ donors in South Africa. Where about twenty percent of the population is infected with HIV the largest epidemic in the world. Dr Harriet Ethridge is a medical bioethicist at vich, Donald Gordon medical center. That's where the transplant happened. And she was part of the team of doctors who helped prepare for the surgery. She joins us from Johannesburg. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you very much. How's the baby doing and the baby's doing very very well? We are very, yeah. Off. After the transplant surgery happened now and to see this child alive and thriving under these circumstances with this world, I case is obviously enormously gratifying, and it really makes us feel good about the decision. We made. Well, help us understand that decision because you had to wear a lot of different factors. Didn't you? Yeah. So we knew that there was a really high possibility that three doing the surgery we would give this child HIV. But the other thing we had to way is that the child had been on our waiting list for a liver Darna for three times the average. And this child was getting really sick had been admitted to ICU had needed to be ventilated. And we were at the point where the question was literally. Would you rather die or live with HIV? What did the parents tell you? So the parents were saying to us. Why can't we donate where well controlled well HIV positive people? We take our medication every day. Why won't you consider us? So they were certainly that wish from the parents. And the man, particularly who was the Dinah that he could be a diner, and we had to consider that very carefully because we have to make. Sure that we promote and enhance the autonomy of our patients as far as possible. So it was interesting that in this case it was very much motivated by a request from this very brave set of parents who wanted to save the life of their child. Dr Ethridge, do you think this this case the more people know about it will contribute something to lifting the stigma of HIV in so many countries around the world. I would like to herp, sir. HIV stigma is an extremely complicated thing, and it's it's so multifaceted. So for us in South Africa. Although we have this very well integrated national aids treatment program HIV is still very stigmatized and one of the things we would really hope to show through what we've done here is that if you're an HIV positive person, and you're on your medication you're living in normal life. Then that shouldn't preclude you from being an organ donor. It shouldn't stop you from having those options that HIV negative people would have, and we hope that by showing that HIV positive people can do this that that would help to reduce the stigma to some extent. But this is just one case. And it's gonna take a lot more than one case to make a serious danger and HIV stigma that carried Ethridge medical bioethicist at vich, Donald Gordon medical center in Joe. Hannes spur. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you very much. Joan of arc has become such an emblematic figure a sign of the Catholic church the inspiration of so many novels and films, and of course, George Bernard. Shaw's conic play we might sometimes forget, she was a real teenage girl was burned at the stake in fourteen thirty one she did farm work, and she had parents who loved her and were with her until her end Glenn Close plays. Joan of arc mother. Isabelle a strong. Steely loving woman in Jan Anderson's. New play mother of the may now New York's public theater. Grateful to have the door as healthy and heartiest her. Oh, great. She's grateful that the English. Beck was is the bills best read. They gossip the while this. Mississippi Fred, sometimes she wishes for Joe. Would.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dr Harriet Ethridge is a medical bioethicist at vich, Donald Gordon medical center. That's where the transplant happened. And she was part of the team of doctors who helped prepare for this eurotree. She joins us from Johannesburg. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you very much for having me on your show. How's the baby doing and the baby's doing Davey? Well, we. Off to the transplant surgery happened now and to see this child's alive and thriving under these circumstances with this world, I case is obviously enormously gratifying, and it really makes us feel good about the decision. We made. Well, help us understand that decision because you had to wear a lot of different factors. Didn't you? Yeah. So we knew that there was a really high possibility that three doing the surgery we would give this child HIV. But the other thing we had to way is that the child had been on our waiting list for a liver Darna for three times the average. And this child was getting really sick had been admitted to ICU had needed to be ventilated. And we were at the point where the question was literally. Would you rather die or live with HIV? What are the parents tell you? So the parents were saying to us why can't we donate where well controlled well HIV positive people. We take our medication every day. Why wouldn't you consider us? So there were certainly that wish from the parents. And the man, particularly who was the Diana that, she could be Diana, and we had to consider that very carefully because we have to make sure that we promote an enhanced the autonomy of our patients as far as possible. So it was interesting that in this case it was very much motivated by a request from this very brave set of parents who wanted to save the life of their child. Dr do you think this this case, the more people know about it will contribute something to lifting the stigma of HIV in so many countries around the world, I would like to herp, sir. HIV stigma is an extremely complicated thing, and it's it's so multifaceted. So for us. South Africa over we have this very well, integrated national aids treatment program HIV is still very stigmatized and one of the things we would really hope to show through what we've done here is that if you're an HIV positive person, and you're on your medication you're living in normal life. Then that shouldn't preclude you from being an organ donor. It shouldn't stop you from having those options that HIV negative people would have, and we hope that by showing that HIV positive people can do this that that would help to reduce the stigma to some extent. But this is just one case. And it's going to take a lot more than one case to make a serious danger in HIV stigma. Doc, harried Ethridge medical bioethicist at vich, Donald Gordon medical center in Johannesburg. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you very much..

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"dr harriet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Time in this hour, the latest on the show visa guess Saudi Arabia says he died in a fight apparently surrounded by fifteen Saudi security agents and later do Republicans now sound like Democrats on healthcare Glenn Close in the mother of a famous martyr, Dr Harriet Ethridge on a transplant operation on an infant where she had to weigh the risk of disease against certainty death. And this child was getting really sick had been admitted to ICU needed to be Vince elated, and we were at the point where the question was literally. Would you rather die or live with HIV? I our newscaster Saturday October twenty two thousand eighteen. Live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder. Turkish media say the investigation into the disappearance of journalists Jamalco shocked at the Saudi consulate is ongoing rejects acclaim from Riyadh that the cases under Saudi jurisdiction Saudis now acknowledging the death of Kershaw. Cuba claims it was accidental as NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports an article in the pro-government daily savant newspaper states that acclaimed by crown prince Mohammad bin Salman of Saudi jurisdiction over the kingdom's. Consulate in Istanbul is wrong and that under the Vienna. Convention of nineteen sixty three the host country retains jurisdiction after more than two weeks of denials, the Saudis acknowledged Kashoggi's death saying it occurred. After a fight broke out eighteen people were arrested. The new Saudi story drew immediate criticism on social media with critics pointing to a forensics expert brought into the day kashogi disappeared as evidence of premeditation. Peter kenyon. NPR news. Istanbul Afghans casting votes in the first parliamentary elections to be held in eight years or voting into the Taliban, and ISIS, which have attack candidates and election rallies. And they threatened to disrupt today's voting as NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from his Lama by the police chief was assassinated by his bodyguard in a brazen. Taliban attack it occurred during a high level meeting in Canada to discuss security plans, so parliamentary elections expected the Saturday. Now voting will be delayed in Kandahar by one week. It throws even more uncertainty around the elections, which have already been beset by deadly militant attacks and controversy. Officials in Afghanistan say today's voting in the parliamentary election will now be extended until tomorrow for polling stations that have not been able to open in Kandahar voting has been delayed a week following Thursday's killing of the provincial police chief the organization of American states has held a special session to discuss Nicaragua's six-month-long political crisis as Maria. Martin reports the only s permanent council working group on issued their second report to the hemispheric body Friday, the group formed in August and made up of twelve Member States condemned what they call continuing repressive actions by the government of the niller and its efforts to bam group members from traveling to the country, meanwhile in its report Amnesty International condemned abuses, by the government, citing the use of paramilitary groups and military weapons to suppress protesters and even possible extrajudicial killings in the crisis, which human rights groups say has led to over three hundred deaths for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin President Trump is returning to aggression as a campaign issue amid a standoff between Mexican police and a caravan of mouth three thousand Central American migrants. Trying to reach the US Trump brought up the issue during a campaign rally in Arizona last night, Scott another rally scheduled for today in Elko, Nevada. And you're listening to NPR news. Protesters are packing the streets of central London today calling for a second vote on whether to leave the European Union. Organizers say they expect today's demonstration to be the biggest of its kind the British public voted to leave the EU by narrow margin in two thousand sixteen. The Prime Minister Theresa may has ruled out holding another public vote. Australia's ruling coalition has been forced into a minority government after the liberal party lost its one seat majority today in a by election to fill the seat of the former prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull. The BBC's Phil Mercer reports. A loss was not unexpected the defeat of the governing liberal party candidate is an act of retribution by Sydney vote is furious at the way, they're former MP Malcolm Turnbull was ousted as prime minister for the first time ever the seat of Wentworth isn't in conservative hands. It will be represented by Karen fell. Helps a local doctor and prominent gay rights campaigner her victory strips the center right government of its narrow parliamentary majority it will probably survive for now with the support of independent MP's with an election, June next may it's long term prospects appear grim. BBC's Phil Mercer reporting. There from Sydney on Australian politics the mega millions lottery jackpot climbing again after no winning ticket was sold for last night's drawing. The lottery says it's now expected to reach a record breaking one point six billion dollars for Tuesday's drawing on Royal Snyder. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from Saint Saint Martin's press, publishers of them why we hate each other and how to heal a book from US Senator Ben Sasse about the state of politics and the country's future available wherever books are sold and the listeners of..

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"dr harriet" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Action network past historic kings in the Baptist church. But today in this moment this at this point of the juncture, I am the guesses of keeping it real. With the Reverend Al Sharpton, a seventy seven five three to five seven nine seven is the number that you can call if you would like to be a part of exhaling. This is your moment where you can breathe and let it go. I'm going to the phone lines. Let's go to Texas W O L, listen via the internet hawker. You don't keep any real with revenue shopping. You got Reverend Charles Williams with you. I just wanna. Notice to hurricane Charlotte. Faulty Peterson look at the national guard. He's rap about, you know, everybody don't have join the military, but young folks. High school diploma. Some of the jobs. Carolina's right now from medics. To to rescue fire rescue individual personnels. That's coming out of national going that they can go sign up right now. Yeah. Families. Go look at those meetings and see we're family. Folks are rescuing. Sir. Dolton? Now. Down the vote. Right. We have the same call regardless. You know, I got I got evolve people. Voted. I didn't know. Hillary, right. Husband admit that was long term citizens for the young brothers. So whatever. What I'm going to vote on the for was to vote for her. Does she think of black people because we should look at me? Like, I figured out that we have to get back home to their families. Get worse and repair the fabric Daswani voted. There was no way I can national. There's no way too much on the line. Right. But then we find that people are telling other people don't vote win. The vote is actually working for the people. Look at look at right now Cuomo liberals liberals are voting because it's working it's working for down right down because we need to get out there. And. We'll figure out some of the issues that we need to solve look at the data sheet. Right. The people that show up at these TV address the situation. I actually voted in these positions that they're gonna show up and and speak about what happened in the shooting. So people who are thinking of voters think of think of that pick up those people that show up in all of these victims shooting problems, don't super voted in these positions. So we think about the vote, and I just wanted to say look for the for the folks out there. Looking at his midterms and is looking at national elections. I agree with you, sir. Yeah. We have to continue to work your neighborhoods. You know, we look at our neighborhoods. We gotta go out there. Make neighborhoods. Look good create professions to cut the grass to go out there to certify is to fix their homes and things like that in the immigration situation. They said that. On these folks have a stereotype of building Trump hotels. I wanted to go to their neighborhoods. They don't even look close to like some of the big hotels. They're working on. So I believe because I believe like immigrants got strength in numbers. Right. Well, you take those those those bricks that you're building in different neighborhoods. You take back to their homes stopped building up your work with other people. I don't wanna vote and work with other people to be left on the side. Right. I don't want to vote and be left on the side of coke is shot on. I don't want. I don't want to deal with those issues. So we're going to vote and we've altogether be move forward together. But just the other side hanging in the balance. I got you. Thank you, man. I appreciate your call hawker. I do have to say we think those who are serving in the national guard across the nation in serving and helping those folks we really do appreciate that. And we thank them for their service. I'm glad you brought that up the rest was a little incomprehensible but other than that, let's go to Maryland W, O L and talk to the comparable. The the top notch the favorite of revenues Sharpton, MS Richardson, is Richardson how you doing. How are you Raffarin Williams? Very well. Are you behaving yourself young, man? Well, I'm sure. You know, and I liked the TS here, but Europe wonderful man, and Reverend is the greatest, you know, and he he, you know, he wants to make way for everyone. But we have to look through the dynamics of that and realize that we are at the bottom, Robin Williams of the totem pole say, this is what's happening in reality. You know, a lot of our people. They like to come in and criticizing Richardson. But they don't want the raw onion facts and truth. The fact says that we see Mirages up what we want to see Mirages that are not really their, you know, their dreams, but nothing is coming through from those those dreams that they state they say that they see you see like the this. What is this thing on Capitol Hill, these representatives that they say they want that we need the people say anyway, I people, well, we need to hold them accountable and the wind were they ever accountable. I mean, you know, I mean once about let me just say this Reverend want one thing we've got off track when we lost sight of Dr Harriet Tubman. Way up trying to bring some kind of Justice and the great Sojourner truth and the great Frederick Douglass, and w e b DuBois and all let them Booker T. God bless them here. No, he tried to give us some economic. Shop impairment what we gonna have to reality. But a lot of people rejected him Booker T was telling it like it is. So what we gotta do. Now is start supporting here know, even though, you know, it's not our people spoke conditions that they find themselves in because of the slavery that went on for four and five or whatever they're saying. I think it went on for sounds because they say, even the Spanish and Romans had black people as slaves and these things you can go to the public library and you'll see that what's advocate instead of these things occurring with blacks, even slaves. San. Now, and this is two thousand nineteen on those and we're still enslaved. So when are we going to break, the ice, you know, break this this venom ice of getting out of it and getting into some positive ice? The you know, that's gonna work for people because on large to ninety nine point nine Reverend. You know, what I'm telling you to they still see the white man's ice. It's being the coldest that that that's psychologically what they've done to black people. Now, we still had the mindsets of a Frederick Douglass, Dr Harriet, Tubman, Dr Sojourner truth and some of the great, Debbie DuBois and Booker T. Of course, see we we wouldn't be thinking in the ram the way they want to see they want black Anglo nights. They have successively have done that they have psychologically make us. I like them. They're they've cloned us in a way they cloned. Disliked they did those goats or whatever they were. And so it's it's sad. And it's and it's very scary. Because see as long as we stayed in this way. And then another thing they always say, oh, we we need to hold them accountable. But yet who's being held accountable black white. They all get their way. They all take money whenever they want to you know. And I mean, you know, it's sad. And I mean, we have to really understand the truth of the matter of and what about this a strong black lobby Reverend William Tom hang up. But can you tell me what kind of strong black lobby for people? Do we see on the hill? 'cause I'm gonna tell you. I I'm up there. And I'm gonna tell you, I I'm I'm wondering I'd be looking at PBS, and all these AMP and everything Reverend share. But but they don't say they don't even mention the fact about. Blacks having a strong lobby. What I tell you what MS Nelson. I appreciate first of all you call and I want to say this in terms of a strong black lobby. I want to invite you. And I hope to see you because I see you live in Maryland. I wanna see you on September the twenty fifth and twenty seven six at the national action network legislative and policy conference because this is where we do the accountable word. This is where we make sure that those who you have elected across the nation when they are in their element in the nation's capital. They have to address me they got to address you. They have to dress all of us around the issues that are important to us. We can do a lot of we doing enough. It is Wayne doing enough of that. But when we or I or you are doing the very best that you can you ain't concerned about not doing what because you know, that you giving it all you got. Eight seven seven five three to five seven nine seven. You know, what you're listening to you? Listen to the keeping it real with revenue house shot. I want you to exhale with us. We got a lot that we've been talking about. And we got much more than we're going to talk about as we continue to go on. So make sure as you tuned in. That you are ready to be a part of the conversation. We.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

Advice from Mom

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

"And i i love to reminder of like what how would a hard day mother's day is for a lot of people yeah it's a tough one absolutely and maybe many people just we we don't hear about their their tough times trying to deal with that and i know mom you also wanted to pass along a tip to anyone who is dealing with a complicated relationship with her own mother this mother's day the important pieces probably if you're trying if you're ready to work on your relationship with your mother and not everybody is ready but if you're ready and motivated to do so that remember to take baby steps yes baby steps the key to the most important thing in life according to mama baby step in be phd happy baby step in mother's day mom and heavy mother's day to all the moms and non mom's merges mother in the world thank you for everything you do he has yes yes thank you so much stay tuned for next week when we talked to the anchor of bloomberg technology emily chang whose book bro topa reveals the many levels of sexism in silicon valley emily is bringing muchneeded motherly voice to the tech world and next week she's bringing that voice to advice for mom yes she is amazing and wait until you meet her mom a special thanks to dr harriet lerner for chatting with me and mom and making our mother's day so well informed also check out her newest book why won't you apologize healing big betrayals and everyday hurts and also thanks to jason slowed at kansas public radio for megan recording with harriet easy and breezy and also thanks to alley bob for letting me record in your closet in york because a soundproof new york is hard to find and you guys one for me.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

Advice from Mom

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

"Yeah anything else any pep talks for our listeners as they prepare for mother's day well i was gonna say rather rather than a pep talk i've never been great in pep talks i would remind people that mother's day is not just a happy day for everyone and there are many sons and daughters listening to this who you know have profoundly mixed feelings about their mothers and many people who are listening to this we'll have mothers who are no longer living and the opportunity isn't there to talk to them directly and there's a wonderful quote by at by anna quindlen enough we have time for me to read it sure yeah she says quote my mother died when i was nineteen for a long time it was all you needed to know about me a kind of vest pocket description of my emotional complexion meet you in the lobby and ten minutes i have long brown hair on the short side have on a red coat and my mother died when i was nineteen sometimes i feel like one of those people searching for the mother who gave them up for adoption i have some small questions for her how did she get her children to sleep through the night what was her first labor like was there all in her tomato sauce was she happy if she had to do it over again would she and i read that because first of all to remind everyone that we don't have our mothers forever and also to invite those of you who smothers are around to get to know them better to be curious about your mother's about her history about her relationship with her mother because our mothers we forget our mother several long history before we even entered into the picture you know you can celebrate this one day and if your mother's alive and you feel like celebrating i hope that you do the longer range project is to work on staying connected and let mother's day be a reminder of all.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

Advice from Mom

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

"Ends who are going to do that you know you need friends who are going to tell you the truth about all the you know the feelings that revoked and how inadequate they feel and how worried they feel so you know we need a lot of support because we also because we live in a culture where mother blaming is still rampant it's better than when i first had my boys but it's still there and mothers are judged yes and we're judged were judged not only by our behavior but we're also judged by our children's behavior which we can influence but we cannot control so i i really want mothers to understand what is actually very complicated distinction that of course we all need help and support to figure out had a navigate our relationship with our children and we are responsible for our own behavior but we cannot control we cannot control the outcome children are not little mirrors that reflect back the good and bad job that we've done and unfortunately it it in much of psychology and traditionally even some some of the family therapy models and explanations for things the mom was always blamed you know i was raised on that theory i was trained in psychoanalytic institution and the focus was entirely in the mother child diet and what the mother did or did not do and basically mothers were blamed i mean it wasn't the intention to blame mothers but let's face it you know mothers were plame d for all family problems and mothers just felt guilty and responsible for everything and guilt that kind that kind of guilt doesn't help in shame is a dreadful emotion that just makes us one a fold up and hide and hyder selves sit in the dark you know a dark corner and hydra children so what you know what you were saying elizabeth we have to have support not just from experts but support from podcast like what you're doing and groups and.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

Advice from Mom

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

"Right right because we are reactive we are reactive creatures we are wired for fight flight or freeze which means winning side is high will automatically either fight in blame fight response or flight we will distance or even cut off or we will like you said we will freeze and i tell my clients to that we can't think clearly in the midst of a tornado because i live in kansas i live in dorothy wizard avaz land so it's not just a metaphor here yeah it's reality for you exactly my mom had she has to find a pittsburgh relevant version of that for in pittsburgh right i will i will you can't think in the middle of the steelers game would hair you just did is she normalized by describing that first year of your son's life in your family you normalized something that could easily be seen as pathological and i think that's such a important piece that you do fact one of the comments that somebody made on amazon about your mother dance book how children change your life she said reading the book made me feel normal as a mother made me feel not so alone in my struggles with parenting i think that's so important elizabeth that mothers realize that it is normal to feel totally guilty and chis and inadequate there are so many forces in the culture that both make us feel that we're always getting it wrong and that other people can get it right i think that mothers should avoid perfectionism like the plague perfectionism is the arch enemy of mothers everywhere and the same with self sufficiency because you know it's great to have experts like myself who are going to tell you this is normal and they're going to tell you about their bad mother days you also need friend.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

Advice from Mom

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

"Yeah yeah and sometimes it's that terrible period of tension and conflict between husband and wife were a partners that's the thing that underlines for us and tells us that we need to work on this and we need to commerce house down and not be in that reactive mode so much because that just makes things worse and so i think we we can learn something from that to yes and calming ourselves down and getting out of reactive mode of course is the key to relationships in general not just with your partner not just with your children but with your mother with your friends because we know that reactivity just breeds more reactivity and intensity breeds more of the same however that is easier said than done when kids enter the picture and we're wired for reactivity under stress so i know for myself that if everything is calm in my life and in my kid's life their now grown men they have children of their own but when everything is calm i can fence you myself to be a very highly evolved clear thinking send buddhist like person but if i get anxious enough for get angry enough i have the brain of a reptile so yeah i mean it is the task of a lifetime to be able to come down and to be able to be clear thinking these ideas i really really helpful for example i read in one of of your pieces no one can think in the middle of tornado exac i've already used that with one of my clients i often say our brains freeze up when we're upset with strong emotion so you know either exit the scene or just do something take your take your walker whatever to get yourself in a better state.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

Advice from Mom

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on Advice from Mom

"Yes and also it's been nice the last couple of days i've been reviewing some of her writings and some of hers ted talks and so forth and so i've been using the ideas with clients and it is a kick but anyway she's really given me a lot of fresh new ways to think about things mom don't keep our listeners in suspense any longer you haven't actually said her name yet dr harriet lerner the author of many books starting with the dance of anger don't spend most many of her books have been bestsellers many many are you nervous to talk to her a little bit a little bit yeah i but i know that she'll she will make us feel comfortable just the way she does with clients that that that that so doctor harriet lerner thank you so much for joining us my pleasure it's so exciting to have you on our mother's day episode because one of the many reasons is because you are such a powerful voice in talking about feminism and family systems and i am so excited for you to share your thoughts with our audience today on on this very special mother's day episode of advice for mom well i am delighted to be here rebecca can we start out by talking talking about mothers day i know i know you have a lot of thoughts on on this subject in particular what do you see as its significance as as a day and in this month of may let me say a little bit about the history of mother's day which originated in eighteen seventy it started as an appeal to women to join together to influence international issues of the day so the first mother's day proclamation began with the words quote arise then women of this day and it was a call to public action wow that urged women to take public policy into their own hands it s women to stop supporting men who were dedicated to war wow so the proclamation said quote our husbands show not come to us reeking with carnage for caresses and applause so i would just.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Coach of the boston celtics in 1966 68 kennedy's assassinated sixty nine created hamptons assassinated in in 1974 best when we started integrating public schools in the united states particularly in boston think about it so red are back and bill russell are tied at the hill together in history so you can't arnar bill russell without honoring rare are back for what he stood for in the '60s in this country race is not a biological construct a means not biological is social and cultural gregg popovich in red are back as men did not by into the construct of race they looked at all of us as human beings in when we deal from a human standpoint not from a racial standpoint but just from a human standpoint than we are all equal there is no black there's no white very very profound statement very profound words bazei a thomas who's absolutely right he and i talked about it this morning i want to talk to him about it on this were on his very radio show some time next week the only thing that i want to see is this while i completely and totally agree with him and from a factual and scientific perspective he's absolutely positively right on the money and his words need to be inhalen absorbed with the legitimacy it deserves along with that of dr harriet woods who chris webber a told us the he had spoken to and at educated him on a subject as well.

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"dr harriet" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"dr harriet" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"You're listening to next question its dan patrick ondemand thank you johny word 'babies come from uh well of honor monywa to this door oh well you see um there's a mommy and a daddy great what ends see when they call geico uh they could save a bunch of money on car insurance oh very unbalanced unhappy yes that make them very happy at all yeah well i'm glad we can have this talk sunshine geico because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always a great answer premium people jabbar stopped in the man cave yesterday had a chance to talk to him about his new book coach wooden and me or fifty your friendship on and off the court here's more with the laker legend kareem abduljabbar kind enough to stay with us for a few more minutes his new book is a coach would in me are fifty your friendship on and off the court now available online wherever books are sold we were talking about the summit as you said with the jim brown and bill russell and muhammed ali in their yours the nineteen year old let's fastforward to calling capper nick and what he did this past nfl season what did you think when he first heard about it or saw it when he's taking a knee well when colin firth started he uh kind of a hostile attitude about his demonstrations in people noticed it and the uh forty nine were concern known because turning some of their fan base off i think so or you don't fortunately dr harriet woods works with the forty nine hirszon now i think they were able to get colin to uh have his protest uh in a way that didn't alienate people because if he just express your anger that's all people going to react to but if he can express your concern and do in in a way that you can communicate to some progress can be made so i i i think a column finally got it together um understand now that the nobody wants to hire it seems but uh i think uh column did a good job people start to understand what he was talking about in that he wasn't angry and everybody but he wanted to bring attention to this issue because meant something to it was a seminal moment for me i think it was january two.

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