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"dr holly" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

03:56 min | 7 months ago

"dr holly" Discussed on CXMH

"Hey welcome back to the show. My name is robert voor. And i'm one of your hosts and joined us always by my co host. Dr holly off handler. Hate holly robert on today's episode. We talk with shannon evans. About reclaiming motherhood is part of the spiritual life practical ideas for integrating spiritual practices with often hectic lives and the path to an empowered feminine spirituality. But first holly how are you today i am doing well. How are you doing robber. i'm good. It's a busy week. But we're doing this right in the middle. I couldn't be doing this more in the middle of the week. I feel like it's wednesday right at lunchtime well for you and one for me so where smack in the middle of the week which is cool. Normally we do it towards the end of the week so In right in the midst of business maybe more so than than usually were towards the end of business or wanna call fridays with with kids at home anyway. Um but yeah so busy week. Lots of fun things. Good things in Yeah just excited to be here talking to you. Yeah me too me too. Yeah i like. I mean i know we just kind of record these interest when we're able to find some wiggle room each week and again usually try to do him towards the end of the week but this week is a bit of a busy week for both of us. I think i know i've got I know this episode will come out know next week. Will what whatever when. This comes out friday before friday before i am. I have this this presentation with the guilt. Taylor behavioral health symposium and so. I'm like getting ready for that. And we're like in the thick of it launching this grant that my research team has recently received..

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"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

The Resilient Christian Podcast

03:42 min | 10 months ago

"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

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And now put on <Speech_Female> all this good stuff <Speech_Female> and treat people well <Speech_Female> and love and <Speech_Female> don't be greedy <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> be sexually appropriate <Speech_Female> and all the things. <Speech_Female> I mean, there's no way we can <Speech_Female> do those things without <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> the spirits <Speech_Female> help. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> I feel like that's <Speech_Female> a really practical <Speech_Female> intersection point <Speech_Female> where when <Speech_Female> you're in a moment where you <Speech_Female> think, oh, darn it. I'm <Speech_Female> being greedy again. <Silence> Oh, darn it. I'm being <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I'm lying <Speech_Female> again. And I hope you have those <Speech_Female> moments sometimes where we <Speech_Female> actually realize where we've been doing <Speech_Female> those things. <Speech_Female> That's a moment where <Speech_Female> I sense <Speech_Female> the need so deeply <Silence> in my own heart <Speech_Female> and life. <Speech_Female> For the spirits <Speech_Female> filling again because <Speech_Female> I can't move <Speech_Female> past that and <Speech_Female> live outside of <Speech_Male> that without <SpeakerChange> the spirits. <Speech_Male> Help. <Speech_Male> It's good. <Speech_Male> That's <Speech_Male> so good. I love that <Speech_Male> empowerment language. <Speech_Male> Empower me <Speech_Male> to do this today. I've <Speech_Male> prayed that kind of a prayer. <Speech_Male> A <Speech_Male> lot with some of the church planning <Speech_Male> work. Learn like <Speech_Male> that. 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"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

The Resilient Christian Podcast

05:07 min | 10 months ago

"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

"Sometimes in Catholic circles, for example, they might have created a space within Catholicism for some of that hoist beard to happen. Holy Spirit stuff to happen, even if it wasn't happening everywhere, you know? So that got handled differently. And I've heard scholars say, hey, it's not like pentecostalism ever died. I mean, this has been happening throughout church history. But as far as the modern movement goes, yeah, basically about a 115 years ago. Why is it growing so fast? You look it up on stats and it's like the fastest growing part of the Christian tradition. And even in the whole world, it's like the number one fastest growing religion of people who are coming to castle. Yes, it is. There are some slightly different views on that among people who study this, but there seems to be a pretty broad consensus that it's the practical kinds of pieces of pentecostalism that are really connecting with people. So pentecostals say, hey, you have direct access to the Holy Spirit and the Holy Spirit's gonna give you power to live the way Jesus wants you to live and witness your Friends. And protection from scary bad stuff in the world. And God's gonna bless you. So it becomes a very and that can turn into prosperity gospel, which has its own dangers, of course. But the kind of pragmatic emphasis in Pentecostal circles really seems to have hit many touch points around the world. And in terms of the protection piece, you know, most of the world's population still believes in things like demons and Satan and not everyone in the United States does. But most of the world's population does. So if you say to people, hey, well, Jesus, conquered the demonic forces. And the Holy Spirit can empower you to give you protection from them. That's really meaningful in a context where a lot of people are afraid of demonic forces. And don't know how to protect themselves. Or, you know, they've tried their local indigenous religious traditions, and they haven't worked very well. So the idea that there could be a person a kind of human God person. I mean, you know, Jesus is so complicated. But who conquered that and can give you power over that's really meaningful. You kind of bridge into practical with the Holy Spirit and as you study the book of acts and your testament, how do you recommend as a professor and as a Christian, but as your pastoral heart you have encouraged students and people and us listening to engage with the Holy Spirit. Are we to ask are we to pray to the Holy Spirit? How do we ask God for the more that your Sunday school teacher how do we engage with that piece of the work of God in our life? What do you recommend? Well, practice scripture speaking. Well, yes. I mean, so the New Testament makes clear that the spirit is, I mean, we would say a person of the Trinity, but the spirit is God. And of course, we see the spirit of God and some slightly different ways in the Old Testament. But it becomes clearer in the New Testament. And the church has always prayed to the spirit..

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"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

The Resilient Christian Podcast

03:25 min | 10 months ago

"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

"Man, you have so much grace, even as you were describing that scenario, I could feel in my heart, the anxiety of like, if I was in that, I would just feel like, oh, what's happening right now? You know, I come from a tradition where it's highly programmed and anything that we don't know that's going to come out on a microphone is like control the microphone. I don't know what's going to happen right now. So I love your grace of like, we need to help people know how to mature in their gifts and give grace for people to do that and be okay with that and pastor that well. And I love that view of grace at such a good thing. Well, thank you. I appreciate you saying that. I will say practically speaking in a lot of our context today because the services tend to be so much bigger than in a first century church context. It might be wise for a lot of people to do some of this practicing and discerning in a smaller setting like a small group or a home group. There should hopefully be a lot of grace there for people to discern, especially if we have leaders who are spiritually mature enough to be able to mentor that process. So what is a Pentecostal church defined as? How does that differ from a charismatic church? Are they the same? What does that look like? Great question. There used to be at least among people like me who have studied this and have kind of traced the way that the community has developed. There used to be a harder line that I saw between charismatics and pentecostals. So pentecostals used to be basically the classical Pentecostal denominations, which are the assemblies of God. That's a classical Pentecostal denomination. The church of God in Christ, the church of God, Cleveland, Tennessee. And then there are others. Those are kind of some of those are the bigger ones. And then charismatics were people who were practicing and using the gifts, but were in other contexts. There could be Catholic charisma charismatics. And Presbyterian charismatics and Anglican charismatics actually know some at westmont who teach at Westminster. I love ancient charismatics. That's my people right there. That's kind of who I feel like I've kind of learned this from the most and the English kids. Yeah. Keep going, yeah. Yeah, so that used to be a clearer distinction and people used to capitalize the word Pentecostal even and I still see that sometimes. But lately, I've been hearing a lot of people use that language almost interchangeably. Basically, for someone who is a continuationist. So if you're a continuationist, you actually believe that the gifts of the spirit are still operating today are available in operating today. But you don't just believe it you're practicing it. So that's a pretty important distinction. It's one thing to believe that theoretically it's true. It's another thing to be in a context that practices the gifts. Yeah, so it's not just like orthopraxy and orthodox. It's like they're actually connected to what you believe is actually being practiced now. Yes, exactly. Really important. So a charismatic church may, like you said, if you have different expressions of being charismatic, but pen Acosta ism is more the denomination lines that you mentioned. And a lot of those started at the street revival. Is that kind of the birth of them in the 1906 kind of LA revival? In the kind of modern western sense at least, that's the modern birth of the Pentecostal movement. If you look back throughout church history, there are all kinds of really interesting Holy Spirit things that happened that popped up all over the place and sometimes the institutional church shut that down..

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"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

The Resilient Christian Podcast

05:11 min | 10 months ago

"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

"Because he's basically giving church order kind of basic church order where he's telling people that take their turn. He basically says what your turn. And I always call it church order for preschoolers because that's what I'm always saying to my kids. No, it's not your turn. Wait your turn. Your first coming someone else's turn right now, so Paul says, you know, the tongue speakers, they should speak one at a time. In other words, don't talk over each other, you guys stop it. And then he says someone should interpret what is said. And if no interpreter is there, the person giving that speaking to tongue should pray that God will give them the interpretation Paul says. And if no one is there, then they should be quietly to themselves into God. So many interesting things about that text besides the church order for preschoolers part. It assumes that people actually have gifts and know what they are. So it assumes that people actually know if they have the gift of giving this message and tongues. And then it assumes that they know if someone who can interpret is there, like, oh, wait, you know, where are the people who have the gift of interpretation? Are they here today? And if they're not, then you can pray that God will give you the interpretation, but if God doesn't, then you should speak quietly. So from the idea of just speaking quietly to yourself and to God, a lot of pentecostals and charismatics talk about speaking in tongues as a possible prayer language too, where you can use it just to communicate with God, especially if you don't have the words to say, you know, you don't know what to say. And then they pull in texts like Romans 8 where texts about the spirit groaning and groaning. Yeah. So that kind of connection gets made. I just interviewed doctor Cal strobo from viola institute of spirit information and the whole thing was on groaning the groaning of the spirit. It was like awesome..

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"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

The Resilient Christian Podcast

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

"It's like, how do we have more if we have everything? And so he talks about God wanting to give more of what he has for us. And that's a beautiful thing. Amen, brother. I mean, that's really, that's really the tension between the idea of the kingdom of God being here already. But not yet completely here. So, you know, Jesus comes in inaugurates or initiates the kingdom of God, that's clear. But it's not finished yet. And the rest of the New Testament and Paul's my favorite one for doing this. They kind of paint these visions of what it's going to look like when God finishes everything that God has promised to do. But in the meantime, it's not like we're left in this static place because because the kingdom has started in Jesus, Jesus brought it. There is always the option and opportunity for God to basically take us another step closer to move in another way that makes the kingdom even more powerful and more present now. So, yeah. I love that book sounds awesome. Oh, it is. Every time I read it, get rid one page. And I have to just stop and pray. I mean, it's so good. It's such a great, but back to the question about what is the gift of tanks for? So you prayed, you experienced this as a child, your Sunday school teacher prayed for this for you. What's its meaning? What does that mean? A lot of pentecostals and charismatics no, sorry, I kind of interrupted you there. A lot of pencils and charismatics say the point is basically the same for us today as it was for them. In other words, they were already followers of Jesus. And they get this kind of extra empowerment of God by God through God when the spirit is poured out. And you're right about the evangelistic piece that happens after that. It basically pushes their missional witness to make them relevant and powerful and all of that in their world as they tell people about Jesus. So a lot of pentecostals and charismatics say, the point of receiving this kind of more of the Holy Spirit and speaking in tongues is the tongues is the evidence that you have been given this kind of extra.

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"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

The Resilient Christian Podcast

05:29 min | 10 months ago

"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

"What happens at X two? A Pentecost is that God spirit is poured out on all the followers of Jesus who are there. So what we see is the kind of intimate direct access to God for all the followers of Jesus. That God's people have been waiting for. So that's the big point. In other words, oh my word, this really cool, amazing thing, this restoration of what's been lost that we've been waiting to see happen. It's actually happened. We all have access to God. In a personal direct intimate way, I mean, that is so crazy cool to me still. And I teach, I mean, I'm actually teaching access a book lung semester long course this year, but I teach acts to every semester. And it still blows me away. The idea that that is the New Testament promise that all followers of Jesus will have direct access. And you mentioned the connection to the Tower of Babel. And that's another kind of layer to this. So the Tower of Babel and genesis 11, when humans decide that they're going to basically create their own access to God. And God steps in and says, oh, no, no, you don't get to control how this works. And he forces them to kind of spread out and he says he confuses their languages, so they all start speaking different languages and they can't talk to each other. That kind of breaking apart of language is brought back together next to a Pentecost when everyone is speaking in these tongues or languages. And it says that everyone listening can understand in their own language, what is being said. So it's this kind of unifying work of the Holy Spirit that brings people back together because language is one of the primary human barriers. If we can not communicate, we can not have the kind of intimacy with other people that we desire to have. So those are the two big points, really. And as far as the wind and the fire, I mean, think about the Old Testament when God moves and works so often there's wind and fire. You know, when God speaks to Moses out of the burning bush, when a wind blows all night and the water parts in the sea of reeds or the Red Sea and Israel crosses over. So there are so many more texts we could name..

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"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

The Resilient Christian Podcast

04:52 min | 10 months ago

"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

"I get to be helpful in really practical ways in students lives. You said right there that you love the questions. You love being able to dive deep into questions. How do people create space in their life? How have you been able to create space for the ambiguity and the gray and to be able to explore different answers? Because I think sometimes we get into a one track kind of mind to things. But like you said, even you will explain hey, there's three ways to look at this. And how would you recommend people creating just a little bit more curiosity in their life to be able to explore more? What's helped you? That's a good question. Well, my work helps me honestly because I read and study and research so much of what's out there in terms of some of these answers. But of course, there are ways that anyone could do that if they're interested. Any decent Christian publisher university press or baker or erdman's or zonder van. They will have books that cover a range of possibilities on some of the big questions about faith, you know, about evil. Why is there evil in the world and what happens to people after they die? And just all those kinds of things. Even even smaller questions about hey women in leadership and even though I think that's a pretty big one. But, you know, it's maybe not as big as why is there evil in the world. So there are ways to access some really good reading. I think it's also important to make sure that your friends don't all agree with you on everything, max and I were just talking about this. Max, your cousin, my husband. About how easy it is to keep hanging out with friends who basically see the world the way that you do. And it's really important for us to maintain relationship with people who don't see the world exactly.

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"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

The Resilient Christian Podcast

05:50 min | 10 months ago

"dr holly" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

"Seeks to clear the clutter, the noise and the half trues for deeper, discipleship to Jesus. How are we to make sense of what happened at Pentecost? The next chapter two, Luke describes this amazing moment when the Holy Spirit fell upon them in that room where there was rushing wind and tongues of fire, they began to speak in other languages and thousands of people came to know Jesus that day. But how are we to interpret that and make sense of Pentecost and its impact on our life today? And also, what does it mean for people to be part of a Pentecostal church, which is one of the fastest growing movements in Christianity in the world today. I'm not part of a Pentecostal church. But I want to know more because I want to know more about the Holy Spirit of my life. And so I'm really excited to be joined today by doctor Holly beer's professor at westmont. Doctor beers graduated from north central university in Minneapolis, earned a masters of arts degree in theological studies at bethel seminary in St. Paul, and completed her doctorate at the London school of theology in England. She specializes in Luke and axe. And the use of the Old Testament in the New Testament, philosophical hermeneutics and second temple Judaism. She's the author of the followers of Jesus as the servant Luke's model from Isaiah for discipleship and Luke and X and a week in the life of a Greco Roman woman. Holly's also been voted one of the best professors at westmont, which I know that's a great honor. And most importantly, she's family. Holly is my cousin through marriage. She's married to my cousin and brother from another mother max. She is three amazing kids and I'm finally thankful to be able to introduce her to our community. And so Holly, thank you for joining us today. Glad to have you here. Oh, thanks for having me. I'm happy to be here. This is awesome. I know it's taken a while, but you've been writing a lot and just wanted you to give us a little background on your story of how you became a Christian, and then how you were called into being a professor at westmont. What's that journey been like for you? Good question. Well, I was raised in the church, I was raised in a Pentecostal church actually in rural Minnesota. That's where we're from. My husband's from there as well. As you know. And I remember when I actually committed to Jesus, I was probably 5 or 6. I remember having that conversation with my dad and praying and deciding to make that real for me, after my dad had clarified that just because he'd had decided to follow Jesus I didn't mean that I automatically would. I have to choose. So that, I mean, I grew up in that..

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"dr holly" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"dr holly" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Very small segment of the population For most people they're still gonna that human connection and maybe loved their be porn How do you feel this. -pected us over the last night to ten months living through this pandemic. I mean. I think we have to say technology has been good. I don't know what the re what we would have been doing without zoom You know poor use went sky high for a for a while. women in particular have been buying Sexual pleasure devices. I think all of that's good because we all are looking like okay. What's going to happen next spring in next summer when we can finally come out of this. It's really it's just making ourselves feel better in the moment. So i think it's been fine to use the the studies on porn. Do say people aren't using it for any longer just right. When lockdown happened more people were using it. But it's not like they're spending eight hours a day on porn right and then more people are spending more time drinking and engage in recreational Chemical us and we're not You know people are so quick to make it about porn of. They wouldn't make that so quick about alcohol. They would understand that where people are trying to medicate themselves. Yeah absolutely and I haven't seen the most recent studies but the number of time people are spending on net flicks apple tv. I mean that's in the five six hours a day. But i don't ever see any netflix addiction. Centers anywhere to hear. You say that another people say that. Because i'd say that all the time you clients come in say. I watch three hours poring over the weekend and i did on sunday and i'm like how is that different than watching three hours. Like you said netflix or sports. Nobody would better than i know now so again. It's just a technology. I think is a really easy Place for people to say. Oh that's a bad thing And i just. I feel like i want to normalize. It has a lot of health benefits too. So it's not all about pleasure. And i want to talk about those health benefits as well. Oh please do go ahead. Yes so i have some things written down here. Well first let me say. I do want to go back to pleasure for a few minutes The the sex tech industry in general is thirty. Six billion dollar industry right now and twenty twenty six. It's going to be a fifty two billion dollar industry. Pleasure does drive a lot of that and this of course is vr. Like we've talked about horn to some extent Pleasure products meaning toys. Vibrators dildos those types of things but a lot of these are coming from women lead and women design women engineered companies. So i just wanna give a shout out to them because it's finally. It's time that women are getting the toys that we deserve. their may get out of good materials They don't look like huge palaces anymore. they're really thought about for the women's body. I really appreciate you saying that. I'm sure you know about this website. So i i'm a gay guy but i really enjoy watching heterosexual porn. I like it better than gay porn. I always have and there's a new new it is but it's it's called dot com s. h. h.

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"dr holly" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr holly" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"So you're still using a flat screen but there's going to be elements that look kind of like they're they're jumping out at you. They're more virtual. But you don't have the headsets on got it now. You're saying that's good. I can hear people listening to this guy. No that's bad. why is it good. It's good because we get a felt sense of what we're craving right so in vr. Let's talk about vr specifically so you would put on vr goggles. Watch video and you literally feel like you are in the video rights. The use virtual reality for all kinds of medical procedures now. exposure therapy. So if you're afraid of flying you don't have to go with a therapist and get on and off planes in real life anymore. You can put on a vr headset. You will feel like you are flying right. It's all of these. Really somatic manifestations again of of a bodily experience so for talking about this with sex and i just have a little plug. I wrote the first Porn script for vr for vr. See in about five years ago for lissome written by a woman feel film by a woman so english through the virtual reality point of view and again. It's just helping people get more in touch with their body more in touch with pleasure joe. I'm sure you have clients who really have no idea what their body is doing like. They aren't you and they're just like completely in their heads. Yes would i love about what you're saying is like i get guys that come in with e. d. right i and i and i don't even like german rectal dysfunction now we call it a direct held disappointment and love that so much like you say not to save urgent this and up but this would give them if they could have a flashlight and they could have a virtual reality and in an have if they don't have a partner to practice with right. They insta practices and and get more confident around erections absolutely and the the vr porn is getting so good now that it will coordinate so the action on the screen will coordinate the movements in his flashlight so the action on the screen goes faster or go slower. The pulse stations in his flashlight will do the same thing. So he's really mirroring. What in his body. What he's seeing it for women to obviously to say that to their vibrators will be attached to the same kind of rhythms. That's on the video. I'm sure you've had people say the sex negative people will say this is gonna take the place of the people are gonna want that instead of and causey d than what do you say to that For some sure a small percent. Of course i think for the vast majority no. Humans are wired for physical touch and connection. Most of us are still going to seek that out. i don't wanna be completely rose colored glasses about this. The problem with porn dating apps any kind of sex tack of the pleasure oriented sure can take the edge off that connection that people seek in real life right. It's almost good enough. So that's one thing that we have to watch for his like. Are you getting just enough through porn. Are you getting just enough through virtual reality that you're not going out there to seek out in real life human connection but again..

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"dr holly" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr holly" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Sex smart love. we're talking about sex. Goes beyond the taboos and talking about love goes beyond the honeymoon. I'm dr joe court. Thanks for tuning in alone. Welcome back to smart sex smart love on this week's show i'm talking about sex tack with my guest. Dr holly richmond will be chatting about how the latest innovations in sex tech are transforming the way we mate relate and masturbate. Dr holly is a somatic psychologist. Certified sex therapist and licensed marriage and family therapist with offices in new york new jersey. Los angeles and portland oregon. She says millennials are having less sex than any generation in recorded history and asks. How has technology played a role in this and is it all bad. Let's find out. Welcome holly thank you so much throw. I'm really happy to be here so happy to have you here and happy to have you talk about because people ask me all the time. Isn't it true that millennials are having sex than any other generation recorded history. It is true it is absolutely true. I think the one point though. I think the sex they are having it might be better than the sex that we had back in this seventy eight ninety s. And they're so. I think i think they're being pickier in some ways which is good. That is good. So how so in. What ways because they there there's more exposure so they have more information they have the dating apps and we'll get into how that's good and bad but i think they're just so much better armed somewhat with education but just with The choices choices. They know they get to make that. They're not They're making more informed choices about who they have sex with them when they have sex. That is great to hear the bell. We say sex are we saying they're having less intercourse or less sexual contact at all. Met such a good question. And i wanna talk about that too. I think sex tech has helped to redefine that. So it's not so hetero normative it's not just penis in vagina. You and i are going to talk a little bit about adult virgins. Just air quotes there. Because i think that's a word that we need to get rid of us. The idea of virgins i hate that word i hey up perverted like there's all these sex negative terms that i think is just time to get rid of insects. Tacked to be. Honest is helping with that also because again We're redefining what sex is. So when i have these twenty and thirty. Something's coming to me. And saying i've never had sex. I get to say to them. Well what does that look like for you. How do you identify what would good sex be. What would bad sex be an a lot of times. It's not it's just not that hetero normative penis and vagina anymore. Which i think is brilliant so again without the study. That says millennials are having less sex than any other generation recorded history. It looked at penetration. You know it really looked at penetration. But i think we can extrapolate from that. They're just they're hooking up less they're hooking up less Yeah yeah it's really interesting Some people look at that as negative and so people. Good that as positive. But i think it doesn't matter how we look at it what's healthy and right for them and you're saying they're making informed choices right right exactly. Yeah just you know. This is tough and i love how you speak about porn. A lot of their sex education is coming from porn. So that's not good but some of the apps and Sex tech devices that. I wanna talk to you about today. Is really giving them in formation more information sti testing Pleasure devices so all of that's rising in yet porn is still there too but but really seeing the differences in those two pieces. So let's talk about the village..

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"dr holly" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr holly" Discussed on CXMH

"Hey Welcome back to C. M. H. podcast faking mental health. Did Yours I started I thought maybe I should add that. I used to say welcome back the show. Knew what they were doing but I, you know I don't know come into the season I thought what if somebody's new? Welcome, back to the show, my name is Robert Bore. I'm one of your hosts and I am joined as always by my co host. Dr. Holly Handler Holly, how are You Doing Hey Robert I'm doing all right today how are you doing I'm doing all right yeah..

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"dr holly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr holly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Including isolating teams and playing without fans but this was the commissioner on the reality of this situation I would say the center of our board or is that the safety health and well being I'm mark players the coach is hands everyone involved in our game is paramount and that's based on the reports we've got from outside officials current public health officials and Dr Holly and Bob Barker that we are not in a position to make any decisions and it's unclear when we will be there's a lot of data thanks for the call has to be melded together to help make these decisions but I think that that's part of the uncertainty yeah I think we're not even at the point where we can say if only APMC were met then there's certain there's a clear path I think there's there's still too much uncertainty at this point to say precisely how we move forward I'll add that the underlying principle just remains health safety and wellbeing of NBA players and everyone involved I mean that that we begin with that is paramount and then the decision tree move forward from there another high school player ready to cash it in the NBA's G. league pro plan and von Miller talks after getting a positive Colbert nineteen.

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"dr holly" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

09:45 min | 3 years ago

"dr holly" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Well more reset more recess. I personally had trouble double getting behind it because I feel I don't think we should have too many laws on the books. I think we should empower people to make good decisions merged children that fits so wish that fits the situation and then when we start making laws about it you know there's bad weather but people are her legislated. We see required to have he and so I think that gets tricky. However we know brain breaks our best practice we know our children need to run and play in be physically healthy and mentally healthy and so it's I think I think we will continue to to figure these things out but I am? I'm very supportive of sharing best practices those schools who are able to fit in their school day time. I'm for children to run in play and interact with each other. I you know it's definitely something that that I'm behind. I think it's important for all of us even adults and we just focus so much especially you know being at the bottom of the barrel in the country right now. I just hate to see us get to regimens you because I know teachers already have so many things they have to do to get through their day besides slashing all the documentation and everybody needs to be happy and healthy taking care of to learn. I know you know when I passed the bar a look back holly. This is a really dumb aside that we would shoot hoops every day and and go through things like the different code courses and I haven't you guys studied with because there weren't many women at the time and I'm doing my hands were talking but as you're going through the motions again I still remember those day. I think there's rain that are just firing right now. Are I mean you know there was some I thought it was moving to Texas and hadn't even take all the classes and it was so much fun because we don't really studying. We were just like going over stuff right and I'm just grateful to my friends but it was commonsense stuff and I'm glad to see I'm glad to see you learning learning line. We have a new baby in the family. I had a nephew who was born last week and just watching this the movements you know and and it's so isolation of Oh that feeder those these and it's it's learning is fine and if if learnings not find you're doing it wrong right. You are doing it wrong if it's not fun learning is fun right well. Let's see I want to ask you about your consulting work. Because you're taking your knowledge you know your degrees and your experience and I'm sure experience on the best seaboard and you founded at at talents last year and you do education consulting which you talk about that sure I will so bessie is not paying job. There's there's no salary that comes with Bessie in no benefits. Will we get per diem but it's not a paying job so I am really excited about my consulting. I actually am going to be doing a review of policies and practices of <hes> for teachers and leaders so I was really moved by the quote that every system is perfectly designed to get the results it gets Oh and when I think about this actually a quote from Health Sciences I would I would tell who said it but that the attribution is is disputed that good or bad every system is perfectly designed to get the results again so that makes it takes me back to thinking about systems and when we think about the fact that we do not have enough teachers especially far special education science math and those kinds of things it forces me to think about what aspect of the system is not connecting to others in order to get what we need and so maybe it's a communication problem. Maybe students in college. Don't know that while they're majoring in biology they should go ahead and get a teaching certificate because teaching is the best profession on earth and then they might enjoy spending time being teachers and then <hes> so I think looking at systems and figuring out where we're falling short of the outcomes we want it really pushes us to make a difference in so <hes> so the perfect education talent system. If we had the perfect education talent system we would attract everyone we need into the profession we would hire them. We would place them. We would develop them them throughout their careers so moving away from this idea of I went into the my classroom I was given a set of keys and one of the administrators on the staff told me to have a good year and the Internet year now I'm not saying I didn't have help because I had an amazing mentor that helped my growth but the same person who told me to have a good year at the end of the year asked for specific curriculum book back and when I couldn't find it right away she said well what have you been using and so but it was on her wasn't on me. She gave me a stack of books. How is supposed to know that was like the Bible of my first year teaching but we need to develop people throughout their careers? I'm sure you're a better lawyer today than you were. When you first passed the bar but we have to have that growth mindset and so then we also have to figure out how to leverage talent especially because our schools have such diverse needs so how do you leverage talent to make sure people are being truly truly their talents are being used and then ultimately we have to retain the best for our students because when we think about it you know they're gonna be kids who will continue to come to school who are unprepared right but if they get strong teachers three years in the row the research tells us three years of strong teachers will close the gap? That's the answer I know. People like to talk about facilities. I know people like to talk about curriculum. They like to talk about assessments but it's the teachers that are the number one in school factor that make a difference for kids and leaders are the number two so these are the people and my consulting is all about providing the support and and the system in place to make sure people are successful. You know of always so glad you're bringing all that up. I've always supported facilities improvements but I know in our own family are girls went to two schools neither one they were both Nice. You know very high achieving achieving schools spit one of them every building you have to walk outside essay in cade in the kids never even thought about it. They just put on galoshes and these are high school kids to off they went and the academy always had roof leaks and problems albums but it was the teachers in the mentoring and the the I guess the nurturing yeah sure the kids need your Matt. Teachers are the number one factor that make a difference not that they don't deserve though a top notch facility. I ain't a say that they don't right and I don't. I I understand facilities are important. The most important aspect of a child schooling is the teachers that they receive along the way. There's no disputing it. We all know it as human beings who've gone through education and the research is very clear so we need to do everything we can to support our teachers so that they're growing growing because the children are changing. I our children are come to school with different needs than they had ten years ago and we have to support people in in providing for those needs because when the children's needs are met then they're ready to learn and so with a talents you work with people schools and identify what that particular need might being is not if you can close the gap what it is. That's right so with districts. Ideally I feel like districts. <unk> are an incredible unit of change and then ultimately with schools and so I have received some foundation funding to do my first pilot with the district and I'm really excited to that office and hopefully see well branch out either with Moore Foundation funding here in Louisiana which would be incredible or even going directly to the districts in in schools and other states. My Best Service does make it a little more complicated. I don't WanNa be going into schools and asking them to pay me to do something when I'm while I'm serving on the state board so I'll I'll just have to be creative and continue to seek foundation funding or our goto nearby states. I told someone earlier today that mine dream is ten years from now. I'm going to be so busy busy with this. It's going to be hard to get me on the phone exciting congratulations thank you. I have a question talking about <hes> the teachers being the most important person in a students you know educational career I saw recently <hes> there was new law passed that Governor Edward signed I think in early June and it's too it's about suicide awareness and having teachers <hes> I guess trained on how to identify problems that it may be a rising to prevent suicide which touch on that place yes so suicide is a reality in our society and it's one of the many aspects of young person's life that are teachers. I need to be aware of and just identifying the warning signs and knowing how to access resources and supports for students can save.

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"dr holly" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

12:34 min | 3 years ago

"dr holly" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Information visit Lafayette General Dot Com Dr Holly Bovi is our guest today holly serves as vice president and district district seven member of the Louisiana Board of elementary and secondary education representing district seven here in South West Louisiana Holly founded ED talents which provides education consulting she previously spent ten in years teaching middle school and was named the Louisiana state teacher of the year in two thousand ten in Holly Doctor Bo fee. I should say Holly Commie Holly. Thank you is going to be a lot easier. I'm so excited to have you on the show because education vacation is a cause near and dear to my heart and I love Louisiana as you do yes so would you share your background. I about how you ended up being an elected bessie board member in what led you to want to serve our state sure sure well I taught eighth grade social studies here in Lafayette at Paul Bro and through that process learned about what Bessie even was. I think that most people don't even necessarily know what Bessie is but right. It's the board of elementary and secondary education. It was created with the Nineteen Seventy-four Constitution and we've only had three members on BAC- from our area because the other individuals who served before me served for such long periods of time so I think that's one reason why it's a little known office or position here so I taught eighth grade social studies and would teach students about Louisiana and that included our history our government economics yeah and so in our culture and so I would tell my students one day. You're going to be able to vote for me for Bessie and I don't know what it is not like a thought about it. It's not like I thought about it but I ended up <music> being in a position to run for betsy. I think it's a lot about what we speak into our lives and so when I was the state teacher of the year I was able to interact with a lot of people who felt like I did that that our system should do more to serve all kids and so as a beginning teacher. I realized pretty quickly that I wasn't being set up for success in my students weren't being set up for success. That was a very difficult aspect of my career to encounter because you want everyone to be successful. How did you come to that conclusion? Though like what what. What are you talking about looking into the eyes of my my students I mean I so I started in Baton Rouge at an inner city? I had a kids from an inner city population. Many who had parents who were incarcerated <hes> a many who had parents who didn't have successful getting Gregory secondary education experiences right they hadn't graduated and so I knew that our our system needed to do more if our children were going to be successful so I think parents send us the best version of their kids that they have with the greatest intentions and I think it's up to us as the system to deliver whatever services are necessary to help students to be successful and it's just the realization I got there and thought there's only so so much as an individual teacher that I can bring to the table and that my students were bringing their best every day but we needed more in order for them to successful and so looking at them and understanding what their future was going to hold was very very disheartening and so I think it is upon us to give children as many opportunities as possible to be successful early on. I hear people talk about well. It's the parenting right. It's not the education nation that children have but it's the parenting and my pushback on that is we have the next generation of parents in our schools and if we can provide them opportunities that will result in a successful life now they have to make it happen right but if we can provide opportunities that lead them to success in their life than they are going to be able to provide more for their children and so I think as educators we should be doing everything we possibly king into close gaps and so I I was chosen as teacher of the year and started to encounter people who felt this way and people who have a vision for Louisiana not being in the low forties the bottom anymore and now I don't. I don't want to be forty-ninth forever and I feel like I've been given certain opportunities in my life that I can contribute to US climbing the ladder and that's that's why Iran right now. You got three degrees from L._S._U.. You write your background has always been education. Yes I went the traditional route to be a teacher. I actually had a semester here at U.. L. But my boyfriend at the time who's he was U._S.. Al My boyfriend at the time WHO's my husband now started started at l._S._U.. And so I followed him there and there was a program that I was able to get my master's in my fifth year. Then I think was a difference maker in my career so I was already thinking about education differently when I started my first year as a teacher her and then was able to go and get another degree while I was there. One of the best perks about being the state teacher of the year was that I was able to get my doctorate on scholarship. Oh my gosh yes so that's something that I oh I've finished in two thousand fifteen elite. Gift is an amazing gift it was it was an amazing perk and actually I'm glad that I didn't know because I probably would've tried to heart right. I would have messed it up right in the process so that was an incredible blessing and something that I think is just given me more opportunities to study and think about you know what is it that we can do so that we do better by our teachers and leaders and better by our children well since you've talked about that. Would you explain what Bessie does yes. What what do you guys do? There's eleven of you. Yes yeah there are eleven of US eight of us are elected from regions across the state. It's the old congressional district so when we had eight members in Congress though it would have been there <hes> the congressional districts and so three are appointed by the governor and so the the outcome of the governors election is really so the makeup of our board so the eleven of us are responsible for setting statewide policy. We are the ones who determine the funding formula. It's called the Minimum Foundation program the M._V._p.. We establish the funding formula. Send it to the legislature and the legislature can vote it up or down. Many people know that this year we were successful in increasing teacher pay. I think not enough. I I still don't think our teachers are going to be compensated did for the work that they do but but we are increasing teacher pay this year which is something. That's exciting in addition to the M._f._G.. We established the formula for the school letter grades and so each fall you'll see the school letter grades Aids like ranking skull the great it gets degrade schools get yes and as a matter of fact I really WANNA encourage people to go to Louisiana School Dot Com and learn more about their school. We've done a lot in recent years to be more transparent in what's going on in schools. I'm very excited about the fact that we've added growth to be a factor in the school letter grade prior to that it was student achievement achievement so basically all the letter grade told you was how kids were doing on any given day bad time what it tells you now is the direction of the school so what schools are very fascinating eating and when you dig in the data you can find this information our schools with a pretty low academics are achievement status so an overall low letter grade but if they have in a in growth what it tells us is that the educators educators there are implementing whatever strategies they've chosen for their students and they're implementing it with fidelity and are moving they children in the right direction in so I encourage people to go to Louisiana schools dot com and understand and more about your schools. There's data not just on the school performance but also the makeup the student makeup the teacher makeup and really helps you understand what is going on in our schools. How many schools are there in Louisiana? We have have worked to rank all thirteen hundred schools in Louisiana and so it's not the purpose isn't as much for ranking as it is for informational purposes. I'm using that word wrong but I'm thinking aid right. It's a alive it's a lot of information which is why the information typically isn't released until October November because it's based on the previous springs tests and so there's and we go through a process to make sure that we have good data and those kinds of things so it comes out each fall and you're able to really get a good sense of how school is doing so I guess <hes> I don't even know if you can answer this but if the school is located in a under-resourced resource area where a lot of kids you know qualify for free lunches <hes> economically disadvantaged yes <hes> does any that could factored energy. Look just at the the grades as you're saying that the kids achievement and the growth pattern modern like are there other factors that go into that so the factors in the school performance score are going to be the achievement and the growth but why you can find by looking at this data is understanding where schools where you might have a <unk> higher rates of students who are economically disadvantaged. What we're what's really exciting for us is that then you can find the schools where there's high poverty but also high performing and when we get those examples roles I've those are the examples that are really important for us to point to to say one it's possible and because I think Jan the saddest part the satis mindset that I've experienced is that not everyone believes all children can learn and that is the most frustrating and satis mindset? I think anyone can have because we know all children can learn right. I know when I I heard that hauling. We've we've volunteered a lot together. I thought people. People were I couldn't believe they were serious that they would think that unfortunately that's the case and is <hes> I look forward to the day when it when everybody realizes that all children can learn and that it's about meeting kids where they are in supporting them and giving them what they need to be successful so when we have this data than we can help highlight and then also is informative to educators to be able to say okay so you if if a school school is very similar with demographics but one is progressing a lot faster than the other than educators can have conversations about what's working. What would you do? How did you make a difference and I think especially for some of the schools walls who historically struggled here in Lafayette? We're able to tell a more nuanced and a richer story about what's going on because it's not just that it's a low performing school but we can tell the direction that they're going and I I really try to encourage courage especially the principles and teachers to pay attention they <hes> I struggle with the accountability system because I think some people give it more weight eight than actually should have. I think it's important. Don't get me wrong. I think it's absolutely important and we should provide this information to people but at the end of the day we're not GonNa go put a schools letter grade on a principles tombstone. It's just not it's not how we live and so I think people should use it for informational purposes. I think school district's need to think about what they're doing relative.

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"dr holly" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"dr holly" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The Doctor Ali as we were going to break. You're talking about your practice. Let's expand upon your practice a little bit about what you do to help people on how they can reach you at and things of this nature. Jerrell speaking as much as I would like to be the primary I almost eighty ninety percent of the time if not more on a second if not third opinion on that woods to pay that they're called everybody called him being too. What a doctors have done. This have not done that one of my specialty same thing will be sharing. But Holly, my office would be look at the body as whole look outside of the disease range look trick the whole body fluids. Look at oldest things put the pieces together. Show based on those. I have actually come up with on some for the past twenty years. I have formerly from dietary supplement that I know they're safe and effective and see the result in this variety of test. So no matter what their pay fan ultrasound, this that cancer. I get all sorts. So it was all about being safe ineffective. And that's something to go along. But the CBD is not a cure. All it has to say it has to be affected as part of the issue. And we by no means all have to have it, you know, diet. But once again, a we need a little bit of over the counter help any help in that regard hit come to CD come in handy. To talk about the THC a little bit issue in that go, okay? One of the things I wanna do we've got we've got Lisa on who's calling us and to reach us to get on the air. If you've got a question where live on the health 'cause radio show eight hundred two two two five two two. That's eight hundred two two two five to two Lisa. How can we help you today? And thank you for calling. I am sorry. I'm your how to do this. Okay. I take a sleep eighth. It's an over the counter fleet Baid. And I've been taking for several years, I cut it in half. And then I take a quarter of the quarter of it. And I'm wondering how is that doing any harm to it, my kidneys or any organs? Well. Hard to answer because we don't know what the product is. I would think yes, I don't want to name. But generally speaking older sleep aids on designed port a temporarily show Lucia not a long term medication orders were on the on account. So there temporarily however, you have to figure out why is it that you need it? That's still route called are you stressed? You can't come down at night, your turn off the or computer screen, but you cannot turn off the hard drive. That's running. You're thinking of processing you go better stress. You're looking at the blue light your Toplitz computer for too long that interfere with your sleep. You'll have to look at those root causes and to see what it is. And once again to see be de will have those calm in effect as whole without being a. That you're going to have to use that temporarily. But regardless of what us take a look into with call to see why you have to take. Thank you, Dr issue, Dr Holly, you have something to say, I agree with you. You you have to look at the root cause I'm you should also look to see if your thyroid is functioning properly, you know, 'cause that could be a cause. And definitely look into your cortisol hormone your adrenal stress index. You know, folks to get to the doctors off the air because.

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