5 Burst results for "Dr Hillary Mcbride"

"dr hillary mcbride" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

05:26 min | 10 months ago

"dr hillary mcbride" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Is not just this last year but this last year has put to the test. Which is my body is me. My body is not just curing me around. My my body is is may. i've referenced. Dr hillary mcbride many many times taught me to call my body a her and she that she is forever on my side that she has given me every good experience. I have ever experienced that. Her only desire is to keep me safe. That's it just no agenda with me. She is not trying to light to me. She is not trying to manipulate me. When my body gives me an instinct and intuition a signal is for my good so learning to like live like in the pocket of my body as been learning that in my brain for the last probably three years. I learned it if my body this year and that is a steep learning curve because every message that we have ever received as both girls and women and people of faith is that our bodies are untrustworthy and so this takes a ton of work for me just in time for me but now i deeply rook round myself. If i can say that like the amount of times i am so gentle and good to my body is ten million times. All the previous years combined like the amount of times i put my hands over my heart and i say to myself you are good. You are safe i care. We are going to protect ourselves. Amount has public arms around my own self like this and hold my own self height and say i believe you and are good and you are strong and you have got us. You've got us through this year. You've got us to this day. It's a practice. That has deeply changed me and so ungrateful for that like that is something that has come out of this. Last catastrophic year the sense of autonomy and agency over my own thoughts on beliefs my own power my own capability lord the stuff..

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"dr hillary mcbride" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr hillary mcbride" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"My recommendation bernie. Brown started a podcast. Coincidentally right around the same as the beginning of Quarantine also when. I was unemployed so i listened to so much brennan brown. It was my therapy session. When i didn't have the insurance for therapy sessions unlocking us. She's got some really great gas. Two episodes that i i still think back to on a regular basis. One with uber max. Tiny another with austin channing. Brown both Discussions to one other recommendation. I might be to julius the cozy robot show which we have referenced before With mike mcharg he has to two episodes. I would specifically Recommend along this conversation. We've had today. One is about empathetic skepticism. What is with The way he talks about embassy and skepticism together. Like i want to send it to for human. I know if we all listened to it and approached your conversations that way we would have a utopian society that we would just get along with the letter maybe a little better and then the other episode more specifically we're talking about big differences with family members Big differences with. Dr hillary mcbride was another episode of the cozy about show. I would recommend. Yeah more people in that in that world of media victorian. I consume where everyone who makes our friends. I have more recommendations so something this book something. This book brought up for me. That i didn't really talk about was book we've covered on the podcast called the most beautiful thing i've seen at memoir by lisa gungor. And it's about her navigating sort of the opening in broadening as her worldview to include you know lots of people inexperienced sort of seeing the beauty and everything while also navigating her relationship with her mother who's mind remain very sort of closed a narrow in kind of how that relationship has continued to evolve. Really really good for anyone. Who sort of deconstructed. Their faith in is trying to have a relationship with their parents An-and also this book talked about loneliness a And that lonely feeling. There is an episode of the literature on loneliness. And how when you kind of the loneliness that comes from moving away from maybe an old community that was really damaging but now you don't know where to go next and kind of how to find community with people that are safe and So yeah i really liked that as well.

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"dr hillary mcbride" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"dr hillary mcbride" Discussed on Front Burner

"I'm Keith Macarthur. Unlocking license brain is a podcast about my son impressed. The rare disease the keeps him from walking or talking. BRYSON's perfect. His life is really hard, and our families search for a cure. Oh my Gosh! Maybe science is ready for this. It's part memoir part medical mystery. We can do just about anything modifying DNA heart in my throat, his controversial unlocking Brayson's brain. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Dr Hillary. McBride. Let me. Take you! Microphones rarely go. Into my therapy office. It's where my clients hurt. He'll and ultimately thrive. You'RE GONNA hear private conversations that we rarely ever have with ourselves. Let alone share with others. Welcome to other, people's problems. Maybe along the way you'll discover that other people's problems are a lot like your own. Season Three's out now. Subscribe on CBC Listen Or Wherever you get your podcasts? What are you hearing from? Protesters about what they're doing to protect their privacy as they now take to the streets shore while they're as mentioned, there is a pandemic still going on. That's kind of not at the forefront of our minds, but people protesters seem to be. Almost, better than police in some situations very good at wearing masks right now. Masks might throw off facial recognition. It is not going to completely make it useless but that is one thing that some protesters are doing. What about the idea of just turning off your phone or not bringing your phone at all? Please can't track someone locations There are many different ways to do it. The safest thing to do is if you're really worried about location tracking. Is You turn off your phone completely? If you want to use the camera on it, experts recommend putting it into airplane mode and using the camera from there. If possible you know, only turn it on when you need to really use it or post something, and then an interesting thing is when when you share photos or videos, it has all kinds of data. He knows where you are in those what time it is, and if that gets spread around, that could help identify the person who. took the picture with pictures. It's pretty easy. You just take a screen shot of it and post that instead of the picture itself, and then that screen shot doesn't have that metadata embedded in it. It will not have that same level of metadata embedded in it at all. And they're even screen apps that you can do on your desktop, so you avoid anything that might be associated with the phone You can also do a screen recording of a video, and that will strip out the Meta data and again there's also desktop software you can use to strip out that information before you share a video and then when you live streaming. That's not really included as much so it's not as much of a concern there it strikes me you know hearing about the fear and concern among protesters about taking pictures at all, or you know maybe not even bringing their phone. That the consequence of that is that you lose the ability to record and share what's happening around you. Maybe you can something that's happening to you. There seems like it was kind of trade off there. There is I think a lot of. When you do you have your phone? Like that's what airplane mode is recommended because you can record quickly and right away, whereas if you have to turn your phone on, there's there's GonNa. Be a delay. It might just be you know if there's a big group of you. Only one person has a phone and in charge of recording. Again, most protests have been largely very peaceful and huge. involved. And these concerns aren't as rampant, but it's some of the more intense protests. It's things that go after curfew. Where people are are doing a lot more of the the riskier recording and protesting. So! Much fear insights into this short..

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"dr hillary mcbride" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr hillary mcbride" Discussed on Front Burner

"I'm Dr Hillary McBride. Let me, take you. Microphones rarely go into my therapy office. It's where my clients hurt. He'll and ultimately thrive. You're going to hear private conversations that we rarely ever have with ourselves. Let alone share with others. Welcome to other people's problems. Maybe along the way you'll discover that other people's problems are a lot like your own. Season Three's out now. Subscribe on CBC listen. Or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a CBC podcast. and. We're living in a time of ubiquitous recording. Cameras are everywhere capturing the last moments of George Floyd's life under the knee of Minneapolis police officer. Recording fatal shootings of race. Our Brooks Atlanta police on Friday night. Documenting another angle of ATHABASCA Chippewa, first nation chief Alan Adam being repeatedly punched by an officer during an arrest for McMurry. Then live streaming the protests that followed and recording the police response for all to see. But with cameras everywhere come surveillance to. Disconcerting for those in the streets, protesting abuses by law enforcement today, talking to Washington Post Technology reporter Heather Kelly about the double edged sword of digital is everywhere. I'm Josh Block. This is from..

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The Secret to Leadership Is Closer Than You Think with Jen Hatmaker

RISE Podcast

10:45 min | 2 years ago

The Secret to Leadership Is Closer Than You Think with Jen Hatmaker

"Days April seventeen and tell me how you are doing on April seventeenth. Let's see okay. This is a place to tell the truth correct. Yes yes tweed you know because I can always contract two versions if I need to but I'll go ahead and dial be realistic. I'll go down. Okay let's see. I'm four days away from a book released. That means a lot to me and kind of the book that I've well. I don't know how to say this but I've earned it like I earned. Its lessons the hard way by living them and doing some of it. Well do me some of it poorly but nonetheless emerging on the other side wiser and braver and stronger and so it goes into the world on April twenty first and I am feeling feelings about that. I am feeling have feelings and the feelings are excited. The feelings are anxious. The feelings are prematurely disappointed. Because that's the way I'm wired The feelings are super vulnerable. I put it all in there. It's all in there so last night. For example at three in the morning I was lying in bed. My brain was reminding me of several things that I said in that book that I've never said right and I was like well that is already printed so that is a thing. Oh I just haven't been very human feelings about putting a very true very vulnerable book into the world into a world. It's hurting right now. And everybody else's scared and everybody else feels tender and I'm just I feel like I'm holding all the emotions in the world right now. Yeah I as you're describing it. I'm thinking of listeners. Who Maybe haven't written a book but maybe are pregnant right now. You know and they're it's it's sort of this idea of this thing that you've been creating right and working on and you had a certain expectation for how that would come out into the world then now looks very different than it did before as a And not just with you know obviously pregnancy but if people had projects they were working on in their business they weren't really excited about launching or you know college students who were so excited to graduate high school students who lost their prom. Like there's there's a certain amount of grief that is. It's very interesting because it's grief associated with what was supposed to be a celebratory thing. That's around do you carry those and the time I am. We were having this discussion online with my community and one of my readers said this was the perfect word She said you know the thing is is that so many of us feel cheated right now and I'm like you ask the right word. We still cheated. I've got Of course same as you all my kids are at home and in this House that we live in twenty four seven I have to seniors. I have a senior in college and have a senior in high school. And so there's not a person that that I love near me. That isn't feeling cheated in some way and I really appreciate the wisdom that a lot of our leaders are giving us right now which is to work as hard as we can to not Sign up for as my friend. Kristen Howard calls them the hardship Olympics That you're not that's not a good game and we ought not to be competitors into who has it worse than I see this with a lot of people right now who were like saying something out loud where they cheated a laundry list of things like you just mentioned and then the Felix urged tacked onto the end. But I know this is not the worst thing you know. We feel like we've got put our self In the right hierarchy for the hardship Olympics and I just think that there's room right now in our communities and our families With our friends and in churches and companies and colleagues to just be incredibly generous to each other right now That someone says their greatest sadness is that their eighth grade play is cancelled. The best thing to say is that is terrible. And I'm so it still sad and I am sorry and that is so disappointing and I just I'm A. I'M A my instinct sometimes to curb the thing I like. I like the uptick. I like to. I'm blast half full and I'm a sunny shiny tight But I don't think that serves right now. I think there is a place to hold room for somebody else's fear sadness or grief or loss and somehow in that moment it finds a way to move through as a little easier I think when we don't suffocate it we can actually have permission of feel it It isn't quite as long. Yeah we for the first time since we're in week five of quarantine and working virtually at our company and This week I instituted something. I called circle. Time which was basically group therapy See in on zoom calls. I could see people's faces that For for certain people are struggling and I just said hey guys I know this is kind of odd. It's not normally something we would do in the workplace. But I'd like to invite you to just come for an hour and beyond zoom call and all lead out and we'll just literally talk about the hard thing and whatever it is in your life. You have permission to complain about it. And there is not a competition and if your partner's driving you crazy or the kids or whatever like this is the opportunity to about ten people come and you know we cried and we laughed and it was awesome in a highly recommended it for your workplace your friend group or whatever you need but what. I thought was really interesting. Was One of the young women on our staff. Who is she single? And she's quarantine quarantining alone and so she is really struggling with loneliness. Her community was about getting together with her friends or going to church on Sunday for those things have been removed. And certainly you can have that virtually but just not the same. That's right and her sadness was in things like she's like. I just want to hug somebody. Eylau BASICALLY WANNA hug ask. You is talking about this. Which is heartbreaking. She said you know. I know it's not the same because there were a lot of MOMS there who were talking about how hard it was toddlers. And she's like I know some fame and I know that you parents get so much worse than I was like girl. This is not. We are not competing here. It's hard thing is hard to you and it has value because it's yours and so I think it's so why is the council people on this reminder? Whatever your thing is. You're allowed to feel disappointed because they think shoving the feelings away won't serve you. Think that if you can just acknowledge that they're there than exactly like you said you can start to move forward with the acknowledgment not by pretending it didn't happen. Yeah that's one hundred percent right and that sometimes means having hard conversations brand. I had a hard conversation. This very morning Just about managing our own feelings right now plus the kid's feelings plus Sort of work expectations. And you know. Where's the give there? And so I you know the only way we could get to the other side of that conversation was by telling the truth so while there is. Get the impulse to just spit. Shine the whole thing right. But there's actually way more power in saying out loud this feels really Sad or confusing or hard to me right now and and then we kind of we get our power back from it a little bit And that's what we're kind of discovery in our house so we're trying to give our kids a lot of room to just say well this terrible. I mean we've got. We've got all teenagers and young adults. They are not meant to be right like physiologically socially and emotionally they are meant to be spreading their wings and flying right now. That is what they're still doing and they derived so much energy in meaning from their peers. And so and then you add on top of that the the real sincere disappointment of to seniors who are not getting finished like they wanted to. It's real it's so real and so but you're I was thinking about your Colleague who this is teeny little. Tip Your colleague who as quarantine alone and I think so much about how. Many people are quarantined alone. Right now And you know we. We're the opposite problem. There's way too many of us in this house Another one right there. Walking down the GREMLINS and I was on a I was interviewing Dr Hillary McBride for the PODCAST A couple of weeks ago. And she's just incredible leader like just incredible therapist but she was talking about ways that we can even like self soothe and she said that if you are alone in quarantine that even if you kind of take your hands and you wrap them around your own self you pat your arms a little bit and you give your shoulder a little rub. And she's that sends a very similar signal to your mind that you are being held and cherished and comforted. And so. That's what I'm telling every all my friends who are quarantining alive alive hard hug

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