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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

09:58 min | 11 months ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"One hundred fifty million dollars on actually solving conflicts and stopping conflicts before they're happy until we dress that ratio. We will continue to get the same results. We see year after year after year now. The pandemic did slowdown. The court systems. Of course major court systems across the country are experiencing this fox. How big of a case backlog. Or are we talking about. We're talking about thousands of cases. I as as you pointed out earlier. The courts have been opened but they've been slowed. The fact of the matter is is that we've been able to resolve a number of cases both the state attorney's office to pump defenders office and others have been working very hard in some of the most challenging circumstances to make sure they justice. Continue to roll. But we do have a significant backlog. The supreme court told the right to a speedy trial which meant that people can have a trial with one hundred and twenty days or if they're in custody one hundred sixty days of their out what. The supreme court ordered last week is that they will no longer told that so that people can demand a trial and we will have to go to trial within one hundred twenty or one hundred and sixty days which is not as significant amount of time particularly when you're talking about the potential for thousands of cases and so the backlog is significant on the system will be tested in ways that it hasn't been tested before because of the speedy trial rule being lifted andy thousands of cases that while we've been working have not been resolved in the course of the last sixteen months. We had a segment last night where we heard from several anti-violence organizations one of them in several of them saying actually that we can't quote police our way out of this something that we hear frequently kim fox to you again. Do you think that's something that the city is trying to do here. You know. I worked with the city in a number of their departments in the mirror. Said they're trying to take a whole of government approach to this. But i think to the point that the public defender made. I think we need a much more significant investment in violence prevention. I'm from the city. The county the state and the federal level. Some of that is like in the first segment that we heard around you know creating access to education jobs and economic development. It is no surprise to me that the areas where we see the most violence in our communities are some of the most under resource areas. Where unemployment is higher than the city average. Where there's a lack of access to educational attainment and communities that have been disinvested for years and so the whole of government approach to me is not just social service resources in the now but significant investment in these communities so that we are recognizing that crime prevention starts with investing and communities healthy thriving communities are safer communities. Okay that's where we'll have to leave it a lot to a lot of suss out. Obviously our thanks to state's attorney. Kim fox in public defender sharon mitchell junior and make sure to tune into tomorrow's program. And we'll sit down with chief. Judge tim evans of the circuit court of cook county and now to paris for a look at the controversy surrounding the summer olympics parris prentiss. It's usually a global celebration but this year. The olympic games will take place in tokyo japan amid a global pandemic news today that the japanese government is considering banning all spectators from the games and declaring a state of emergency in tokyo to contain rising cova nineteen cases and this comes amid the suspension of an american track and field star over marijuana. Use joining us now to talk about the upcoming games and all that go with them. Are philip hersh a freelance journalist. Who was an olympic specialist for the chicago tribune and who is covered nineteen olympic games and dr mark hutchinson one of the leading team doctors for the us olympic team. Hutchinson is professor of orthopaedics and sports medicine at the university of illinois chicago. And we'll be flying out to japan on saturday. Welcome both of you to chicago tonight at philip. Her starting with you. Japan was going to allow ten thousand spectators for each event in the opening ceremonies at least up to that amount now with an expected announcement of a state of emergency. They're considering banning all spectators at this point. Do you believe the game should even go on. I thought for a while they probably shouldn't we're in a situation now. Where the titanic is left the dock and we're just gonna have to see what happens and hope for the best. i mean. The japanese public has expressed its opinion very strongly in bowls on the last five to six months that they would prefer not have not the olympics. This summer Either cancelled postponed. Because partly because that rated accent Japan has been very slow and they're just very fearful for the lives and health of the japanese citizenry in dr hudson. You're going to be flying out there as part of the us olympic team. What are the protocols. And what's the situation going to be like given the pandemic situation the i o. C. and genius has done tremendous work in advanced would make it as safe as possible and in fact every athlete including any any entourage including myself as to test ninety six hours before travel seventy two hours report travel on arrival on daily basis while in japan all athletes and coaches and everyone will be a very restricted bubble with very restricted travel. They will not be interacting with japanese people as many olympic games have and so. It's very well designed to be as safe as possible. Olympic games and a philip her. You said that. The titanic in your words has already left the port so these games are going to go ahead. What do you expect the competition to look like. Well it's very strange. Needless to say if there are no spectators. I mean it was gonna be strange but some spectators because japanese public has been told to and been told to clap politely but no jeering are yelling or whatever so in some ways this will be a very joyless olympics olympics that clearly is going continue on for four point five billion reasons which is the four point five billion dollars in broadcast revenues. The inc is going to get from tokyo. So lot of money is at stake. Here duck hutchinson. What's a vaccination situation for american athletes. And if you know for for athletes from other countries because again what japan is concerned about bringing thousands and thousands of people from other countries that might have higher exposure to cove in nineteen thus impacting that countries right. I think i think the japanese people concern is real. I think the i o c. Gene assay has strongly respected that they respect the fact that we do not want to contaminate or impose anything on the japanese people with that sad team. Usa is enormously ibex unaided. We've had access to the vaccination extent that extended period of time. I believe over ninety. Five percent of the vaccine In terms of the general population of all athletes Pfizer introduced or actually allowed any that any athlete that one of the vaccination they were going to make it available to them so for the olympic group there is a significant high vaccination rate or at least it had it available to them and You know another part of the controversy here in united states surrounding these games as the track and field star. Sha carry richardson qualified for the olympics. But then because of a finding of marijuana she has been kicked off the team for the twenty twenty one olympic. So let's take a look. What president biden had to say about this case. Rules are the rules and everybody knows that the rules we're going in whether they should remain that. That should be different issue. So the controversy here. Philip purchase that she she took marijuana in a state where it is legal. The anti doping agency is all but admitted. It's not a performance enhancing drug. Where do you fall here on this debate over whether whether these should remain the rules i think president biden headed just right. I mean what bothers me. Is that the outrage being expressed. First of all they want something ex. Post-facto rules changed after the fact that over president test. And secondly i wish some of the people had read the rules before they became outraged. Do i feel very bad for carry. Richardson particularly what has gone on with her with her mother passing away. Of course i feel bad for her. But i just think that the This has become some moment. And i think it's become caught up a lot of other moments and i was a little more rational discussion about what happened and the president said the rules are the rules but then said he was proud of how she had handled it. And and there maybe could be a discussion of whether they should remain the roles. Dr hutchinson as a medical professional doesn't make sense to continue cannabis as a banned substance for athletes that want to compete at a high level like in the olympic games. I think it's a great question and wada. The world anti association their main mission is playing safely playing with nobody getting an added benefit. So it's a fair play foundation. Every athlete knows it and every athlete knows or not supposed to put into their body any material that might be tested or considered performance enhancing so the athletes that advanced. But by the same token i think wate- and those organizations carry a responsibility to say what items are safe should be allowed things like tylenol or Other basic medications are perfectly legal and allowed So there are some that are allowed because they're not performing enhancing and some that aren't But everyone knew in advance that marijuana at the olympic level.

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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Friend Amy Babcock from care counseling. Our phone number is 6516411071 that 6516411071 We encourage you to be part of the conversation. But I also encourage you if you have been holding off, maybe getting additional help, And you need somebody to talk to care, counseling and care clinics is a great place to start. You have a variety of of resource is there, Amy and I always appreciate that that you guys do a good job of this is the first place to call and you guys can either find the right The right person for them to talk to based upon everybody's, you know, area of expertise, either a care or you guys also a great resource if they need to be encouraged to talk to somebody else because it's something specific. Yeah, absolutely. I think the cool thing about care counseling is that there's about. I think there's about 45 of us on staff right, which means that if someone came in and they said, Amy, I just don't think you're good for me. I don't like you. I can say Let's find someone that you do exactly, and they can see someone else in the clinic. Right? And I think It's really important because I've had friends who've you've had that discussion. You know, I happen to have a good relation with my current therapist. But I have friends that has said he doesn't work for me and when it might have just been well, you weren't communicating to the right human being at the time and so, but you still might value or gain value from this and You know, I know we we talk about a variety of different things. And I encourage people to go to your website care counseling dot com and and and seek help, Because sometimes it is just, you know, as my friend puts it to talk to somebody who doesn't have his much skin in the game as you do when your friend's dio, you know, I think I have some good girlfriends and we are good resource is for each other, but when it really comes down to it, there's some things that I have to really figure out. How to say, and sometimes it's very difficult because they're my friends first. And then my main thing is, I don't want him to hurt even though there might be different advice, or I can't figure out how to articulate it, So it's good to have 1/3 party sometimes, and that's what having a quality counselor therapist in your life. And do for you is just talking through some things, or, you know, have that, you know, been there done that moment for you that maybe your family and your friends just don't have the same knowledge base. Sure, Well, in talking to our friends is super fun because their advocates for us they're the people that we could go to and they're going to be like no girl. It was that right, right. But in the counseling relationship, I can be the person that says Let's look at this from both points of view, right? Let me be devil's advocate for a minute. Let's see what it looks like from the other side, right? And so we're going to cover like last time here, and we do this, So we do those. What's so we are our mom. Movie reviews. So what are you watching? And how does it relate back to what we're talking about today? Ambiguous grief in laws, So I told Dr Hutchinson because this is one of her favorite movies. Yes, he is going to be so excited. When she's been wanting to talk about it forever. And maybe she'll call in in her point of view, too, right? But frozen, too. Yes, a movie full of feels that there is so much ambiguous grief and loss in deed. So I wrote down three examples that I thought of That were really good examples for ways we're going to kids. If we were doing something else, I would play our spoiler alert thing out there. If you are going to be mad at us, because we're spoiling frozen, too. You need to relax and go have some camel meal. So we're about to talk about some things that maybe if you haven't seen it, it'll give away the black Just warning you. OK, let's go out. So go ahead. Every case of the 1st 1 that I thought of Was the north of older people. Yes s o. They suffered a huge, sudden grief and loss. There was a huge fight that came out of nowhere. And they lost all their freedom. Their independence. Their ability to like, connect with me to be a nature suddenly just turned on right And that caused them to be very fearful of nature. Cousin to be angry. It caused them to be confused. Right caused them, Tio. Grieve the fact that they might never leave this forest again, right? Right, And I think that that's a good way to talk about it with kids. To some extent, it's just saying like they're scared. Yes, they're confused. Like both parties in this that the soldiers didn't know was going on either. The Arundel soldiers know both parties were super confused and scared right? Because they were scared. It looked like they were angry at exactly when they were angry at the situation. And then that turns into anger at a person s O. They were projecting their anger onto each other, right. The next one that I thought of was when Elsa is coming through and Ana and Olaf want to go with her and Elsa says No. And she pushes them away. Olaf says I'm feeling something weird. I'm fueling. Yes, angry, right right and want a super angry. I was talking about me. Yes, right. Hey, was Confused and angry, and I think that something that's important to recognize in that moment is Manana says No. But wait. You can still feel your hand in mind. Yes, she brought back something that's consistent and constant. Which is another good thing that we can talk back to our. You know, if you're bringing it back to real life, Amy, it's talking about that..

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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"They've all been waiting for the number they've been clawing ad for three months now the cable news media and the left the media wanted this number so badly CNN CNN has been building up to this number for days now the scroll the bottom CNN says as approaching United States approaching one hundred thousand cove a desk and the minute it happened the minute the CDC or Johns Hopkins University reported that we had cracked the one hundred thousand mark they lost their ever loving mind almost any celebrant Tory way having kids our social media pages you can find rob's post about he took a screenshot on his phone there were five alerts immediately on his phone that the United States has cracked the one hundred thousand mark it was celebrant Tory it was exciting for them this is what they have wanted for three months now and it's here the United States willingly the United States horrific glee the United States morning fully cracked the one hundred thousand death margin cove in nineteen where one hundred thousand forty seven officially at this moment some to celebrate is this some to celebrate the one hundred thousand people died to the left media that one sister V. Donald trump's fault I think that this is going to be the one thing that gets him this is going to be the one thing that allows Joe Biden to take over as president I'd states they're celebrating thank you for your sacrifice mission accomplished we blamed it all on trump and more people are watching our television news shows a reading our internet stories about the number of people that have died so we're making more money out of all of this ha ha ha ha our economy is just fine while Americans dying and we get to blame trump death death death death death death death blame trump blame foreign truck that literally def porn that's all it is despicable this is a should be what should be a sad day in now V. well I would say the rob hunters and Mike Russell's with well look at that and say eight could have been infinitely worse B. R. the curve was flattened everything that we did we're going to find the bright side of it we're going to look at the glass half full and say okay everything we did work fine now we need to move on everything has slowed the curve it's been flattened we're on the other side cases in states even New York today Cuomo said we are all we are going down every single day in total numbers in total debts we are on our way down this is a good thing but now our attention turns because that ticker went to six figures from five and that's where the media's attention is because they want you to stay scared they want you to see that number in panic they want you to see that number in vote for Joe Biden there's no two ways about that there's no any there's no other way to look at the media fawning all over a one hundred thousand deaths in this nation there's a big problem though Mike with this number the big problem is the fact that most of these deaths have happened where Democrats live where Democrats are running the show this from Yahoo news courtesy of The New York Times the staggering American death toll again that key word staggering debt leading you right you're leading the witness at this point New York times the staggering American death toll from the corona virus now protein one hundred thousand this is written this morning has touch every part of the country but the losses have been especially cute along its coast in its major cities across the industrial Midwest and in New York City I think that's any surprise based on the decisions that were made by the Gretchen Whitmer's of the world the Andrew Cuomo's of the world the build Blasio's of the world now not a coincidence at all no it's not a coincidence and it's also gets the the more populated areas the the the more the city environments yes those are usually below those usually blue towns all right so that doesn't surprise me that aid mayor bill de Blasio in New York has essentially signed by death sentences to many of his citizens in the way he handled this coronavirus same same with Andrew Cuomo the same thing but where it is impacting most of the is the most highly populated why do you think that is because of the virus that's why yes they're poorly run states the poorly run cities those are the ones that are getting hit the hardest there's no other way around that you can't tiptoe around that and say all the numbers aren't really what they are or can you how bout this hello I I believe robin I've been saying this for about I don't know but two and a half months now and that the numbers are wrong here reviewed now you can't dance around now with freedom of the freedom of information act you can't dance around you can't hide this many false hoods let's go to I love this what if I told you that is now very clear in the state of Washington is now being admitted in the state of Washington very cold nineteen positive human being was shot and killed not one not two not three not four five of them all covert nineteen positive all died of gunshot wounds they were listed as covert nineteen as cause of death now you tell me that in that hundred thousand I've done not just taken by what you tell me those are the only five examples in one hundred thousand of people being mislabeled as cause of death covered ninety Dr Hutchinson explained reporters The Washington coronavirus death data collection is complex since providing data in near real time is not our normal process because normally when people die virus we don't freak out like we are right now indeed finalize death data she said takes up to eighteen months from start to finish if that is the case then why are we reporting on it every second of the day why did I get now I'm up to looks like six seven news alerts on my phone that the death toll has crossed the one hundred thousand person mark attributed to covered ninety but they won't talk about what rob and I were just discussing they won't talk about that because you have to back that number but way from a hundred thousand again we have to pull it back under a hundred thousand if we start looking at the exact cause of death of certain people I received a text earlier from a friend of ours is that a colleague of mine read her aunt's death certificate which listed covert nineteen is the cause of death elderly lady who one hundred percent died from a massive stroke she had to fight the hospital in the state of Michigan for three weeks to get the cause of death corrected mmhm do you think they backed her off of the covert nineteen total that had a hundred thousand two things here the media's been waiting for this and they wanted this to happen in they've been pushing for it to happen in there celebrating added that that it did happen number two I'm telling you it's not a hundred thousand we have not lost a hundred thousand people from cove in nineteen in the United States the facts are there more more come out every single day the numbers have been inflated they have been in scented in some cases to make a go of it nineteen it's it's not the right number period no surprise because look at the incentives there incentives all the way around because we've literally incentivized to death in the United States the incentive for the media to tell you about this click on the story that came on your phone that's a click what we can tell our advertisers we get more clicks therefore we can charge more for ad rates or you might turn on the TV and watch CNN as they continue in their death point hospitals have incentives to get more money out of this so again what we typically lie to get out of trouble or because there's an incentive to lie right exactly we don't is light ally in understand this what I'm gonna go to the nature of man is what I'm going to go to on this because if you look at the incentives of cash incentives the financial incentives for hospitals to label something is covered as a covert nineteen patient or covert nineteen death it or call the nineteen respirator which is the big jackpot thirty nine grand so they were told that they can't have elective surgeries that's their bread and butter that's what pays the bills that's what keeps the lights on these all schools were essentially shut down and had to furlough people and lay people off because they were financially strapped they were bleeding money hidden so yes if they found an income source they would go with it if you deny that you think a lot highly you're a lot more a lot higher people there we go then I do because it's just in the nature to do it to save it did basically your own preservation save you your job in your company it's not a hundred thousand I love this shut down the economy paying people to stay home trump administration has a different idea about paying people to go back to work think about a bonus that's right coming up next right here Russell hunter five it gave black bad wreck.

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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One six four one one oh seven one that six five one six four one one oh seven one and we you know I I you know whenever you know we start talking about things and you're counseling I was like to back up and all my people that we are freeing you from a lot of burdens that you might have been self imposing so you know instead of hearing the word counselor or therapist and going that's for other people or I feel in the day you know we look at it like sometimes like it's an indulgence to take the time to do these things like if I was going to sit at home what I sit at home and put my feet in a flat spot no that's an indulgence and we put this in the same category for some reason right and that's a big difference I think between self care and then there's self indulgences and I think our society right now is getting them all kind of mixed up yes this is can be a piece of self care I see self care something you can maintain week after week it's something you do almost every day and your forgiveness for yourself so right you don't work out you know twenty minutes three days during the week you too yes I am that's okay right thanks L. forgiveness with that too but it's something that you can do most days to feel better right and it is interesting like a lot of the things I was trying to navigate those waters it is back to a lot of what you said I mean we just don't we're not kind enough to ourselves and we don't give ourselves lights and go is okay like I've decided that I'm going to wash my face every night before I go to bed as my Lucy you know how mentally difficult for me to sit there go it's okay to take that extra fifteen minutes for myself to wash my face and that sounds silly as we articulated but maybe back to what you're saying about naming things sometimes just saying these little things that we have to do it you know we're we're working on out loud because it sounds really silly to not give yourself like since to do some of these fixed rate rate holding mental health is so important I think it's just as important as physical health and a lot of ways and I think it's easily ignored too right the interesting thing about feelings as they kind of come and go in waves so if you ignore a feeling it might go away for a bit but I build strength and it's gonna become bigger the next time gotcha so addressing it eventually is really healthy on the best way to manage your feelings to work through it okay instead of ignoring it right and so we were talking about giving some people some good tips and something so what should we move into now Dr Hutchinson I was thinking we can move into our children's mental health symptoms okay and how that can be a barrier to parenting or it can make parenting just a little different right yeah and I think that a lot of times things that we don't realize or that in it when we do what's called diagnosis right read just say this is what's happening that's why I consider diagnosis we're just putting our name on something that says this is what we think is going on right and I think that we were doing diagnosis it's important to realize that a lot of symptoms that relate to children involved irritability okay so a lot of times someone will come in they'll just say my kids just angry all the time right and we'll see what kind of angry yes and I wouldn't know how to answer that like so when you're when I'm trying to figure out how to describe you know if you know and we probably use words like they seem really mad well what what else do I need to be able to do as naming that like what's the next you know bullet points that goes underneath angry or crabby or anything like that I think figure out the context okay no you're thinking yeah I think so I think that a lot of times it's it's not me just looking at you say what kind of angry that rattling silent right.

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Mission always reminding you to you can find this episode in our previous episodes if you go to our website you can just key the key word mom shell sometimes we cover things kind of quickly like I popped in the middle of the show and it sounded like something that I needed or my cousin needs are my sister needs and we will let you go and find it on our website especially we're talking about subjects like we're talking about today courtesy of our friends from care counselling Dr Andrea Hutchinson and Amy Babcock because we get went through in the first segment we talked about some of the like here's a little positive things that you can look for but we have to be honest there's lots of little negative things that we should probably cover as well right right so I mean I really would like to talk about barriers that get in the way of parenting and rights that's kind of where we'd like to go now okay yeah the so right before this last break Dr Hutchinson talked about how a lot of times it's easy to want to do good enough parenting that's what our goal is that care counseling would be good enough and that's I think that awhile back we were talking about grading scales in terms that when I was growing up these were okay you know that's paintings these are okay right and so we did mention that a lot of times were scared to fall into the neglectful portion or the over protective portion wrangled have shares that can be really really scary yeah those areas right and a lot of times we fall into those because of our own mental health issues right yes though sometimes if I'm having a really hard day it's also hard to engage with my son and get him active and play and get on the floor and roll around but really I just want to take a nap yeah right yeah so things like that are things that are barriers to parenting and those are things that we can help with that care counseling as well because sometimes we need to make sure that were our full selves in order to help our kids be themselves right it's kinda like the analogy on the airplane yes I'm your oxygen oxygen mask before you can help your child exactly and that's where working on your own you know grief loss anxiety depression trauma working on that first can really help you become a more effective I am so excited that you brought that up because I was dying when I was you just talk about that before the show with producer signing you just happen to have some similar challenges that we're going through right now trying to figure out how can we make sure that we are in a position to parent appropriately Fran it is one of those things that I think you know real talk as a parent you it's hard to go no it's okay to take ten minutes for myself it's okay that I am taking a shower today and instead of going out I should be making sure that their hair straight it's hard so basically how do you help people with that baseline sometimes it can it kind of depends on where they're coming from and what's going on but if we can help people manage their own mental health symptoms rising a few months ago we talk about mental wellness yes and so helping people get to a place of mental wellness that they can feel better at work when their parent teen when they're with their partners and our friends family that's the goal and that's where care counseling can really help right and so we did talk about some of those I call them red flags you had better much better ways to cut to describe them than I did but what are some of those back again to as a parent things that I might be feeling that I might be shooing away and saying I'll deal with it later but I probably should maybe started dressing now so that I can be a more fully former parent mmhm yeah I think that some of those that I notice are I am so upset all the time that can engage with my kid yes or I get so angry that I I am scared to discipline my child I don't know what's going to happen all right I'm so worried that I am scared to leave my child alone I don't my kid to go out with their friends I want to make sure that they're with me because I know they're safe with me god yes right okay so when you start feeling those things okay to make that first phone call ago you're not doing anything wrong but maybe there might be something that you're harboring or you have an address that will make you more comfortable and make you be able to enjoy this family time more understandable okay and teen takes a lot of frontal lobe effort the frontal lobe as reminders your executive functioning it's a part that helps you make really good decisions so if you're struggling with anxiety or depression it's really hard to access the frontal lobe either because it's overly active okay and distracted by other thoughts or you're kind of in the fight or flight your brain right back brain as we want to help parents gets that frontal lobe and to start being able to access really good decision making opportunities with kids because we have to make decisions as parents we have other parents in the room here how far for us actually yes which do it constantly right and sometimes you're like oh my god if I have to make one more decision not to fall apart and that's probably one of those things we go only do what I just make you another big thing that I feel superior and I'm flawed with this too right is saying like I just messed up ride right and we're so mean to ourselves I think that a lot of times reader to ourselves and we would be to a perfect stranger that we don't like on the street so true and so I think that if we're trying to teach our children to love themselves to be kind to themselves and others we have to model that and show them that we can be kind of ourselves too which is super hard sometimes right yeah so I mean when we are navigating that now so we talked about some of those those internal triggers that we might have so when we're getting back to the okay I've made my my call I'm trying to set these with these good boundaries for myself then how do we tie that back into okay we've worked on your pyramid of making sure you're healthy how do we wrap that all into a holistic family set right and that's the tricky part okay where I think it comes down to the person's values too I mean it's so there's no one size fits all I wish we could have an answer like that okay just really hard so I think modeling like Amy was talking about is really important so I think a lot of times parents try to hide their own mental health symptoms name and how their feelings okay thank you to just show happiness in front of their children and that really limits the range of emotions kids are being exposed to I think it's okay we don't want to become you know excessive in emotionality but also it's okay to be sad for your kids it's okay to feel anger into name and from your children it's okay to feel all the feelings I think that's really good modeling and that's how the family come back together and start talking about feelings well let's go into that more about naming it I know that we talked about that in a couple of different settings which can be back up and explain that again when you just yeah I actually had a note right here too okay it is so important to name it yes fifteen minutes okay it's kind of the line we use a lot yes just the general idea is if you name your feeling it makes it way easier to figure out what do I do about it okay I think we've all been in the boat where you're feeling kind of uncomfortable you can't quite figure out why yes for what it is and as soon as you can put your finger on it you're like all I had a fight with Sally that's what this is about how to make it feel better because I'm not feeling quite settled at this point okay I will we name our feelings it's not just teaching them to be healthy emotionally it's also teaching really healthy communication skills and being able to say and that because and I feel statements right so one thing that I often teach is saying I feel this because hi and I take responsibility for my own feeling because I did this and this is what I wish would happen want what happened like want need or hope right you're right so if I can if I can't get the piece in the puzzle right I feel really frustrated because I can't fit this piece and and I need help okay all right so teaching them or saying like I feel angry because I've asked you three times to put your clothes away and they're still just sitting in the hamper on the floor and I need you to try to handle that right hand yes right so then then you're showing them like I am angry right but you're not yelling you're just saying I'm frustrated right now and we need to figure this out so basically you're modeling that way of having that that small like a like a steel pipe you let out a little bit of a motion so it doesn't bottleneck and then turn into something explosive and of course the way I just said it was very calm and which is not always it's gonna say sometimes it sounds like I'm really frustrated yes so it's okay if that happens right and going back to so that first barrier is parental mental health so we wanna make sure that's really addressed and it's really great to go I think to a therapist to work through that and I want to point out I work with a lot of moms that's actually my area of interest right now I used to work with children a lot and I'm just I think because I am a mom and I just feel like if I can help parents in particular love working with women figure out strategies to make every day a little easier right that's really rewarding to me and there is not just about parenting inside all right listening to think that a hundred percent of the time we're talking up here team we are talking about whatever the person's coming in for whether it's anxiety and depression and then it'll relate to parenting figure out strategies to make life feel easier at home to rights because it probably is a lot of especially if you're dealing with women is once we get to the point where parents a lot of our identity all wraps around there so it's difficult to untangle that can go who am I as a human being not I'm always a manifestation of my family or my partner and my spouse in those other things and being a mom right now I mean I know we've made a lot of my listeners I have for moms in the room right now it is complicated right now right I think it's really complicated there's a lot of mom shaming happening and it's it's just really unfortunate I think it's sad and one of our bullet points will talk about I hope later stadium we need to build each other up yes figure out ways we can all join there's no losing in that right saying nice things to one another we don't need to point out every last thing you notice that's not helpful right so trying to build other women up other people up helping children learn how to do that at a young age is really powerful I'm probably learning how to build yourself up exact so that you can then build other people up because we've got you know as you said Amy we spent a lot of time being sold harsh so sellers and it's all right right well we're gonna go to our next break and when we cover what that along with that do you want to cover next yeah we're gonna talk about two other barriers so one of them being if you're a child has mental health symptoms right that can.

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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

14:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on DV Radio

"She didn't skip a beat either. She hits working his shift. She gets on all fours and just started going at it. I'm like damn what happened to that. Fucking concussion like due to the video being seen more than four million times in conjunction with Geneva Sky asking for twenty thousand dollars in a gofundme campaign to help with medical issues. Osias decided to step in to require that. Strip club motors must mandate that. All exotic dancers are to wear safety helmets to prevent future accidents. That could cause injury to once face and head much less dates that she has suffered from me and suffered from me. Fractured jaw broken. Teeth and a sprained ankle. My question is instead of making them. Where a fucking helmet? Why don't they use the phone floors like you would use in a movie for starts That would make sense. The new policy by Osha is expected to go into effect this up and coming weekend. Just that's like this weekend that we're doing it right now or less. I don't remember strippers and Strip club. Owners caught not wearing the proper safety helmets could face fines upwards of fifty thousand dollars per violation. No this is only if they're going to use the pole this doesn't mean if their own stage not using the CO correct only if the poll is more than if if they're going to be using the poll right right because I know that a lot of women nowadays don't want to use those bulls because you know HIV and AIDS can get on this phone. Sanitary reasons is it says when they're performing on polls that are taller than six feet. Does that include when they're on a poll of eight feet but they only go up six feet? Well that's what I'm saying like what Osha is mandate and makes no sense. Because I know that there's a lot of women that just swing around it while their feet are planted on the floor. And then there's women that will crawl all the way to the downs Zilin and then slot all the way back down and there's some women that just let the pole on even get near it so this is just going to make the construction worker. The biker chick in the football player costume. I'm reading some of the comments. Then someone commented said nobody fault but hers. Ll stay off the poll. If you can't stay on that motherfucker now you want help. Nope and so. The first person to comment to him was. I will stop going to strip clubs if I see a motorcycle helmet on a string. Must be my invitation to Chime in here. I'm thinking that in Osha in the office building that is there is a line of one hundred fifty guys waiting to sign up to go inspect all those protectors and protectors and bicycle helmets. And the whole thing. I'M GONNA go inspect that club to make sure they're wearing their proper safety. Really good example of just how stupid our government in we leave our government to their own devices. They will do stupid shit. You don't WanNa hear something. That's just a stupid in Minnesota. There's a law against crossing the state line with a duck on your head. I'm not even making that up. Well you know Tony. Somebody had to have done it. I am rule and they I got bored and I was looking up some of the stupid shift on the books in the country. I think it's in Georgia somewhere down in the southeast. It's against the law to put an ice cream cone in your pocket. I couldn't make this stuff. Up and fights are also illegal in certain countries. I mean states on Minnesota snowball fights. We want you just can't throw snowballs at police cars. Now there is a we all have to teach our children where to draw the line over eight. Don't throw that way of my. I tip my hat to the one hundred fifty guys working for Osha. That wants to be reassigned helmet inspection at Strip club. Someone else commented and said she was probably high. No Pun intended workers get a spending allowance. Let's hope so. I think is dumb enough to send him out to inspect we. Better be making some phone calls to Osha to make sure they got frightening alone in singles. Please all right moving right along. I have a bunch of stories still to get to Man. Fakes his own death because wife is annoying. Well there you have it everybody. Dv Six fixed his own death. Please don't death is the only way out at least. That's what Danny Gonzalez from Honduras Evan. Living in the USA for some time where he was repeatedly bombarded by his wife and telephone calls from home. Apparently this was too much for the twenty-seven-year-old he had to find a way to free himself from the brutal shackles of relationships. He had to die. He's eleven so on his death bed covered with wool in his nose and awake. Cloth and other photo showed a coffin. Covered with flowers is cause of death cancer and asthma twenty seven and he was. How long have they been married? Sent both photos by mail to his wife and under the local media got wind of the tragic death and picked up the story but even a little research revealed the Gonzalez was not dead as he claimed to be because he said my wife calls me every week just told me to send her money. The fictitious demanded as the reason whereas conventional uproot I already I already sent her sick cell phones as she kept calling me to tell me it was stolen. So how long were these two married? I don't know it doesn't say twenty seven so not long sort of a twenty-seven you're married and all of a sudden my wife is so annoying. I must die. Like what is your wife doing it. Twenty seven that. You're that done with life. We should introduce a new three syllable word to accurately express the stupidity of this particular. Man I don't know what that word should be but we should get a brand. Oh my gosh crazy crazy Moving along this one is from Gr Kerr an Cambridge. University done wrote erotic fiction about students. That's just gross. What I don't know Dr Phil. What age are the students? I mean. It doesn't say are they in college. I would assume you'd better not assume you know what that does I know. I was trying to get through the story at Cambridge University. Academic who was accused of sexual harassment published erotic fiction about students. The year complaints were made against him so yes students. College Students He quit teaching at Trinity Hall in Twenty Fifteen following an internal investigation into his conduct. It is now emerged. He self published a Raunchy. Books centered around a university in the same year. The Dawn said the book a offered a Progressive View of women. Technically yeah I'm thinking of shades of gray meets. Girls Gone Wild. I mean technically speaking. He really didn't cross any lines if he didn't use actual names all right. Well then it would have been a true story right. That's what I'm saying. So I mean unless it with their actual names and stuff. He's really not at fault. It's fucking disgusting. Not going to live but I mean he wrote a book called. Ooh La La. Oh first time ooh La la or I gotta I gotTa look this up which which was published under the name Berry able The books tells the story of an innocent first year student called Peter Fictitious Oxford College who is found guilty of alleged sexual impropriety after a series of erotic adventures. Most of the women students in the book are members of College. Sex Club called the virgins. Emma sleep with a man or senior academic each week to remain in the group. Then it's not verge. Wait wait wait a second. I just like it's Amazon. Kid You not you can get it for thirteen fifteen on paper tonight nine hundred anyway. This is what it says an innocent first year undergraduate at an Oxford College. Sit Down for alleged sexual improper improper. What the fuck in for right. Well you ought to Amazon. It looks weird it looks like improperly speaking at your life right during this understanding he lands a job in the city which is capitalised where he makes a particularly favorable impression on the owner of the firm for which he works a colorful and hopelessly politically incorrect figure. He he realistic he L. I. Realis- religious religious. What the fuck it's in the financial world and the experiences that it brings not least the art of seduction. After a series of a run adventures. There are white artists sets our education. That's where I think. This is edited life in the city. Sakai the police and the Legal Profession. The hero decides to set up a company for innocence such as himself and discreetly returns to Oxford Berry able an oxbridge done who divides his time between teaching research and ticking bucks well he was well has two point. Two out of five stars in the reviews are here and it's also been a picture book so one of the students. One of the former students Said that she recognized herself in the pages of the book. She said it is pathetic that he wrote and self published this misogynistic crass and deluded story will be really even point. Is that the person behind? This dare dare is sorry. Book was in a position our over young people at Trinity Hall for decades. We'll let me read the one five Star Review. That's on here the honest truth. It's titled I loved. This book actually took a couple of berries in quotation classes at Trinity and yes. I recognized a lot of familiar faces in this auto biographic book. This is just one more example of how the elites dominate the working class girls and women by subjugating them and causing them to willingly give themselves to the light powerful men however it is not done without enjoyment and even satisfaction a great book. That's the one five star review on crazy like a friend features an image of a woman's leg in stockings which Dr Hutchinson confirmed belong to a former trinity. Aw Student he said. I did not see a problem. Using an unidentifiable identifiable photo of a student adding he was not present when it was taken. So there you go to that story say which subject he was a professor of modern and medieval languages. Oh yeah see that someone from the UK. There's some bank there somewhere you get. You WanNa get a doctorate in those subjects. There's I'm going to read this. One One star review from the UK They titled it not very good. It says poorly written not sure what it is trying to do. The plot question what seems Purell and the actions is limited the BBC totally wrong to call it. Branchy in fact the most that can be said of it is that it occupies some time trying to locate. The plot and two people found this helpful. Oh man that's money buys the BBC reported inaccurately right. 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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"New Washington Post report says the drug company, FIS decided not to look into the possibility of the drug, bro that could be used as a treatment to postpone Alzheimer's disease. The company also opted not to release any data. So what does this mean for the fight against Alzheimer's right now? We're talking live with Dr Hutchinson. Potter the director of the Rocky Mountain Alzheimer's disease center at CNN shoots. Good morning, Dr. Thanks for joining us. How are you doing very well. I when I read this report, I was very disappointed that, that FIS would not pursue this. But I guess the reasoning is it would just be too expensive to do the research on this is that the reason. At the time they made that decision. Very thorough of anti inflammatory treatments. For Alzheimer's disease had failed. Anti-inflammatory. They probably sue that it would also fail. Invective money was Philip is taking a step back. How rigorous are the tests in the trials before drug can be used to treat a certain ailment? They're very they have to go. Agents. Then it's a toy. Page. And then finally, what they call phase three in which a civic that treatment compensation and time is chosen to the FDA that say treatment, all of those probably add up to at least one hundred dollars. More for fabric is the process any easier with something like Enron. It's already been approved for uses for other symptoms. Very and could skip phase one which straight safety, although they would be wise because special population of people with Alzheimer's disease are, of course elderly and they have. People. With maturity, what's dined for Dr only thought, though, is does this plane to this whole thing that people feel about drug companies, where they're into the maintenance and not the cure. The fact that well because they don't wanna they wanna have a maintenance drug for the for the rheumatoid arthritis and bro versus potentially have the cure for Alzheimer's. They're looking at that part of it, and the money part of it in less about actually curing disease. Point of. But in this case, it's very likely that if as effective against Alzheimer's disease, also have to be taken on a maintenance dose for the rest of the person's life. So it wouldn't have been valuable, but it was very unlikely to work pointed the investment, my personal feeling now, based on our work and other people is that. Might of behind rejecting EPO likely. Complicated that it was appreciated at that time. And the just because anti-inflammatory twelve other drugs, failed with no reason to all together at the out with the bathwater Alzheimer's sufferers certainly would love cure, Dr Hutchinson. Potter director of the Rocky Mountain Alzheimer disease center at the C N shoots medical campus. Thank you. Anytime six fifteen a little sports here. Julie filling.

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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

12:20 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I Queen. Oh. Clean. I love our little nerd fight. That was fun. A few minutes. We did it's one that you re watched it 'cause we we watched it too. And last weekend and fan of medicine bad. It's three it's not bad attack of the clones. That's good about the the Boba fett. I guess me too. Yes. Yes. Like in the field the love that's in. That's in cones. Right. Where there? Yeah. It's bad. Remember what happened in each one? The herbal. It's bad. It's so seriously. Attack of the clones is so horrible. And Colin can't believe we've sat through it. But we were on a roll. So. Yeah. Eight oh, six everybody. Thanks for being here. We greatly. Appreciate it. I had. I had such a delay. Like, I I I'm excited. I was excited to crack. Open the mic on our show today. I'm really excited to go. Do the Jason show because I have some video that I'll share with all of you. I had I had such a good night last night. So if you don't remember me telling it here on the show about a month ago, we had a group a group of lovely, folks. And I wanna get the name of the center right because whole center in retirement center, I think that's an appropriate thing to say or tyrant center village. From a no Cup that came to. Visit me Walker Methodist Walker Methodist in downtown Inoka. They did a field trip to come see my show, and there's a big group of 'em. They filled like half of our audience big group of folks and Aaron Schwab Arini who handles our audience came back as she does every morning to kind of go over if there are any special people in the audience, anybody with anniversaries that I can of play off of any funny stories, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, like yesterday, we had a woman that watches us from. Spain Spain I was trying to watches us from Spain on YouTube visiting relatives here and came to see me yesterday, which was wild. Anyway. I'll I'm so Aaron Kate came back that day, and she goes jas she's smiling. She goes on. There's somebody that wants to ask you. I'm giving you warning. She wants to ask you to prom and she made a sign, and I said, oh, that's cute. My first thought was it's like a teenager. You know, it's it's a young adult. And I thought that's cute. I mean, I'll look a little weird going to a prominent forty four. But sure I mean, how can I say no to a girl, and she was no, no, no jas. She's ninety three Niger smile. I thought oh my goodness. And she goes for name is Marge Aaron said, and she like has a very clear. Idea of how she wants to do this. I said do want me to come out now because the show starred start shoes. No, no, no Marge wants to ask you on the show, and I already fell in love with Marge by the fact that she was taking control of everything. Great great. Like, this is Marge you wanna produce the segment go right to. So I go out there do the show body. I do a segment in the audience and the producers knew about this. So I said, hey, save me some time because I obviously have to talk to this woman. I got I got it would knowledge Marge. So I turn around in the show. And and she asks me, I did it wrong. I set her up wrong. I said I hear I can see your sign and no, no, no. She said, no. I want to ask you. I it's like, oh my goodness. I'm already messing this up. So then she she asked me to prom. And she showed me her sign that she made. And it's a senior prom with the twenties theme like a flapper theme. And I immediately said yes on the show. So the prom was last night. And I went I was it was so funny. I'm driving noca- and lex Don I realize like oh crap. I need to get Marge flowers. I can't go to a prom and not have my date half flowers. So I pulled over off the side of the road because I thought oh, I'm halfway to a noca-. I gotta find a florist, and I had limited time. So I found this place got gotta give him. I gotta give him some some kudos. The Tony's Tony's florist in noca- Poland and I walked to the door. The little bell rings. And in the back is a woman who I'm assuming as the owner and she stands up. She's like, oh, oh, I know why you're here and she smiled, and I go. She's you hear from March. And I said, oh my goodness. You know Marge, and she looks she's everybody knows March. And I found out why moments later, so I got her some of orange roses beautiful roses. So I get to the center and I went upstairs and the Cindy the coordinator, she's in a flapper the whole staff lex on everybody. They went all out like this place does not mess around. It is first of all it's a beautiful facility. Very modern the whole staff. They're all dressed in flapper dresses. The guys are in like twenties era, suits, like would they come Zoot, suits, or whatever? And so the coordinated makes me she goes your data's waiting for you and your at the VIP table. And and sure enough we are right in the middle lex. And they have like a swing band swing band playing. And I walk like, oh my goodness. And all the residents are dressed to the nines, and I walk over and there's Marge with their grandchildren. Goodbye, grandchildren, and our grandson. And then I go hi sweetheart and she smiled when she saw the flowers. So I sat down a little head. Bam. Look, so cute too. Yeah. Y'all can see a picture Goto my personal Instagram account Jason Mathison and then click on my head click on the profile picture to go to my stories, and you can see a picture of of Marge and myself. So we sit down, and she was just I thought about dawn I thought about you quite often last night because of your your relationship with your with your iris because I a March did not want to dance. I I asked her if she wanted to she didn't wanna dance, but we sat there and gossiped we chatted we chatted about her life, and what an extraordinary life. She's had. She's she was a schoolteacher for fifty years. She taught kindergarten first and second grade she adopted. Assange adopter kid, she she had plays bridge. And this is I Don earlier, my favorite little thing about it about her was one of my favorite is. She pointed this lady across the hall. She was see that lady right over there. And I said, yeah, she goes we have known each other since the forties now, again, let that let that sink in for a minute. Like, I I just thought about it the forties. And she said we we have played bridge together every week since the forties. I think she said the like forty to forty four and then they ended up her though, her husband and her and then Marge's husband. They ended up becoming friends and inadvertently buying houses. Right down the row right on the road from each other in a Nokia and lived there for decades. And then. They ended up in the same retirement community together. One fear apart not many people can say that. No. And she was just I I fell in love with her. And I looked at her and it's right down the road from serums, lex. So I looked at her. And I said I go I March I said, I can come see you all the time. I said because you're very close to a place that I go I go would you be? All right. If I came to see you every so often, you know when I come to a noca-, and she was I would love that. So I said, oh good. Good. Good. Good. So we're sitting there. My last little thing is this is when I knew that we were going to be buds for life because she's just a sassy as we are this woman. I think she's a resident this woman is like kind of call sharking, she's kind of circling our table. She keeps trying to hone in on my date lex trying to hone in on my date. And she's kind of. Staring at us. You know, she keeps doing the circle and finally the woman stops, and I they put my flowers in a vase right in the center. And the woman goes I can't see you with that vase. I can't see you guys. And I said, okay, I go why got these for March? But let me move the vase. I moved the base. I moved the vase, and I don't think Marge like that very much. I don't think Marge like interested because because Marge leans over to me, the woman walks away, Marge leans over to me, she goes to that woman that woman that just came over I go. Yes. Yes. Her hair ain't real not real hair. I laugh I've fought like I lab the whole the residents looked at me 'cause you know, how loud I laugh. I looked at it. I grabbed her hand and kissed her. I go I adore. You said you are just as sassy as I am. And she got a big smile when I said that that ain't a real hair. Oh, shade marches. That's not a real haircuts wig that ain't her hair. Oh my goodness. It was just delightful and and. Again, dawn, I get why you do your friends of the elderly. I just I drove home. You know, what I think it is? And I'm gonna talk more about this on the TV show. But lex, you know, this and Donna thank you to. I don't have a lot of regrets. And this really isn't a regret. But one thing that just makes me sad about my wife is the fact that my grandma both grandma's, but really my grandma as act my mom's mom, I I lost her before any type of career success happened for me. And it was all really because her I mean, all of this. I mean, she nurtured my love of TV. So I wouldn't have any of this without her and I lost her way too early. And so whenever I need a woman like Marge, I kinda glommed onto her. I kind of you know, I think of her as I think of as my grandma so it just you know, it's almost like an instant bond because I crave and I was a kid that loved his grandma, and I don't have one. So I just of crave that and I realized that it was driving home last night. I'm like, oh, it's just like an instant bond, but I get with women like with. Women like March just because I miss that so much mytalk one seven one everything. Make my day entertainment. Oh, what fun on Thursday morning? 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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutchinson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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