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"dr patty" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I'm so sorry to hear that. Reason, I, say that is I. Think it's great that a couple can be best friends, but it can be deadly to desire the other person as an erotic object. Now, that may sound weird. 'cause we're object defying our partner, but we have to in a way we have to separate and want that person and that person's body mind soul. Whatever it is that you want, and that might help you as well to stop seeing each other as kind of family. Good friends, besties but lovers, there's a different energy when you show up as lovers does that kind of relate back to what you were saying about when a couple of fights that the tension can be sort of a kickstarter? Yes. Angers a really cool emotion. Most of the time, we look at anger and relationships and we go oh no anger but it's actually a really high energy emotion and it's a push away emotion anger goes out from us even if we don't express it, that's how we feel like lot of. You know under wall. And anger is a way to create separation, but it has to then finish you can't let anger. Fester Erdal kill a relationship. So Y- it's like you know pop. Don't hold back but finished the pop. And I think that fighting is a great way of building passion. Anger is passionate passionate, and that's what you're lacking as well. When you get settled that kind of feeling of words those saddle. It's just not what you want to be sexual and Hungary for each other. I love the idea of Ashley making up a character named Sean work. He just won't stop staring at her tits and you know and it's just so frustrating, Sean, always like staring. I might steal from you I hope. Not Copyrighted. Actually Feel good because that's. Obstacle that you need to create the tension and the resistance and the separation. And it's totally made up, but it doesn't matter because the energies real for sure I. Love the idea of a short skirt though and like little kitten heels to no wonder where or maybe a tiny thong. Chrysler. Excellent fans. And then you just have to be bending over all the time you need to. You know constantly dropping things I can do this. Yes totally. Ashley. Thank you so much. This moves really fun for me to you. Know we're all in this together. It sounds like you're in a relationship that you love and facing the problem and have the courage to talk about the problem that most of us have. So I can't thank you enough for sure. You give me lots of ideas. Good. and just get out of the house at times you know safely. Go take a walk for an hour and be gone yeah. I've been wearing sweats for the last six months to but. I love the idea of like wearing really tight shirts again, just something that makes me aware of my own body. So I can absorb sort of that feeling of my own sexuality to, and you're right Dr Patty that sexuality comes from within and can't be taught or does it have to do with sort of confidence or I mean I don't know shower can be taught will if you adjust to the idea of like I'm..
"dr patty" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I would be more of stocking versus a he'll person if I was going for leg just because I am short and clumsy and he'll okay I don't know how you did it in the House Bunny Alabama Godhra. I can't tell you how many times I almost broke my back. A couple of shots where I'm wobbling. I was about to go down. But actually I do it that in this time, I haven't had all of us a reason to dress up at all. So it's really nice that it's odd reserved for that like I. Hate wearing heels in my daily life I hate it but it has been so fun to wear some my pretty sexy heels I only have to walk from the closet the bedroom. Like seven. But that's been really fun and makes me feel very sexy I mean that must be very common. Right Dr Patty that if you are wearing something like a thong or something that is constantly stimulating you a little bit that's reminding you of your body and for me that feeling of power that heals give power ends weakness all at the same time that wonderful combination. Well I'm going to go one better, and that is to suggest that there so many leisure products on the market today, and some of them come from like ancient practices of what were called Ben Wa balls or a little ball bearings or little objects that used to be put in the woman's Vagina to constantly remind her and stimulate her so that she was constantly. lubricated and ready for sex. So today's world of the sex toy generation has a lot of these products that are safe that are made of either a medical grade silicone which won't harm you or even carve stones. You know at some really beautiful decorative kind of pleasure products. But if you wanted to do something really fun, you could wear some of these they might. Be, called a K. Goal Ball because they're also used to strengthen the K. goals, which is the muscle that's under girdle of our pelvic floor, the PC muscles, and so if you wore those, you would be stimulating yourself just like you just set on it and reminding your body all the time that you are there, and that's part of keeping your body hot and wanting. that. Makes Sense. Yes that. That's great. I think it's just like you get in those slumps right? Where like same the same the same and you get not necessarily board but you're doorman has kind of the way I put it in like you forget about that stimulating pleasure and stuff that makes you feel sexy. Yeah. Ashley, I'm so with you I'm going to say one other thing that I hadn't said before that I want to really touch base on because it's something I hear a lot from my clients around the world. And that is when I get a couple on their new couples clients to mine and they say, we're not having sex where just not where sex list we don't touch any more, but we're best friends and I go..
Seattle - King County expanding education, enforcement of 'Safe Start' rules for restaurants, bars
"New covert cases a day is prompted King County Public Health launched a new program to help restaurants and bars curb the spread of the virus. Dr. Patty Hes says cases have gone up since eateries open so under the new safe start for taverns and restaurants or star program Inspectors will educate businesses on nine safety guidelines, including mask use, setting up proceeding capacities, just food establishment owners to understand the safe start requirements during our face to operations. As well as identify and enforce where corrective action may be necessary, she says. Of the 423 taverns, coffee shops and restaurants they have inspected. The majority are in partial or full compliance. Businesses have three days to complexly, Don't they could face getting their permit suspended. Least one
"dr patty" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Or eight hundred ninety five eleven twenty the next hour and a replay of an interview I had earlier with a psychotherapist and bestselling author Dr Patty Ashley we're gonna do that little after one o'clock couple more clips from the press conference from earlier today with president trump I played that one where he just torches CNN I don't get to play the one word Dr Fauci talks about the modeling and I think this one's important to try to understand because when we hear these specific models and all it's going to be terrible and all we could see two million people die this and that he brings the south he wanted to try to calm down you know simmer down now wanted to simmer down now some of the different people in the media that we're taking this incident sensationalizing it at the risk of offending my modeling colleagues models are good but models often generate the kind of anxious question that you asked is how bad could this possibly get and as I've said many many times a model is as good as the assumptions that you put into the model and very often many of these assumptions are based on the complexity of issues that aren't necessarily the same as Dr Burke said from one country to the other so when you give a model you have the worst extreme you have the best extreme often the worst extreme means that you don't do anything just as we say let it rip and let it go if you go to the low end that means you actually mitigated really to the utmost so what I like to do as a scientist the position of public health official is that not ignore models but say look at the data S. as it's evolving and do everything you possibly can to mitigate that instead of getting overly anxious about the extremes of the model again not to push them aside completely but the reason the president made the announcement today about going to the end of April is because we want to make sure that we don't prematurely thank we're doing so great we may be but we want to push it to the extreme so take that with you and maybe you'll be less anxious I like that I Celeste achter file G. there from the press conference earlier today I think that is one of the most important parts of the entire press conference where he says yeah what you're doing out there sensationalizing this not doing anyone any good how many times have you heard some times the fear of it may be worse than the virus itself and that's what they're trying to paddle and push it's good to point these things out so I'm I'm glad that he took it on his own to go out there because no one asked him about it they were talking about the models and he said oh hold on give me a minute here this is what he said Hey all these headlines all of these things that you're doing not helpful let's go to sue who's calling in from Florida welcomed overnight America I just wanted to let you know I'm still listening to you and were grounded here in Florida can't get back to Saint Louis for awhile but gov yeah right I had talked to you in November I guess that my daughter set me up with Alexa so I can lift him away right yeah so I'm enjoying your show and I also enjoy camel explain me baseball games man if your cardinals fan you can't get enough of something like that final round you know to have it on in the background even as something to break things alright here Mike Channon yeah it's a two step one but that like might as well look yeah now he's only on your Alexa device yeah yeah that's awesome what's the latest days it's beautiful it's so young you know we're all having to be so cautious now and and that the weather has been beautiful beautiful that's good to hear well you know yeah long as you do have nice weather a kind that counteracts some of this stuff but you guys always have nice weather got nothing to complain about right now well more just it is nice but you just can't so weird everything is shut down you you know you can't go to the beach can't go to the store some fortunately some of the restaurants have takeout service so yeah they'll try to make up for that sort of thing which makes sense aren't too good to hear from you thanks for calling yes you bet thanks bye yeah calling all the way from Florida listening on her smart device I just think that's great we have another hour overnight America coming up and I do want to take some of your calls if you do want to do that you can I got the text messaging up one person that texted and said legally blind may be a tip of the cap because apparently they're coming to the fox theater next year could be something like that gas who knows you know we want to do a patriotic song a night in we thought what better night to play little league green would god bless America so we're gonna be doing that now if you got a great patriotic song make sure to message me on my Facebook page Ryan Recker radio so you find it on there this is overnight America camel acts if two mom room on and I had to start just my children and.
"dr patty" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"News thanks so much for staying with us I'm David Rankin with Kristen D. as the president says he's worried about the economic impact of corona virus as businesses across the country are shutting down he says he hopes the country will be able to re open by April twelfth our decision will be based on hard facts and data as to the opening I'm also hopeful to have Americans working again by that Easter that beautiful Easter day for the latest from Washington during the CBS evening news with Norah o'donnell at six o'clock here on KRLD as will settle into the new normal with all the shelter in place orders and social distancing is we're trying to spread or slow the spread of corona virus a lot of people are hoarding supplies as a way to feel in control we all know about people hoarding toilet paper but a psychotherapist Dr Patty actually says it's not about the T. P. people when they're in fear they do all kinds of different things and one of them sometimes is is trying to make sure they have everything they need and control things and so it's really about feeling like I have some control over something she says holding brings people comfort and many people need that because actually says people are actually suffering from grief these days they are grieving the loss of a lifestyle as everything seems to be changing she says the current uncertainty is causing fear and to combat that fear actually recommend you focus on five things that are good in your life and remind yourself this will not last forever she was in Darwin newsradio ten eighty KRLD that was one thing about getting stuck at home parents are going more old school when it comes to finding things to do with the kids Hasbro reports families are buying up Plato and nerf toys board games like monopoly in operation are selling out as well and puzzle makers are seeing massive sales increase two thousand piece and five hundred piece puzzle sales up three hundred percent another puzzle maker says it's busier now than during any Christmas time and that this is sold out of half of its inventory five fifty three a Rangers players going to the dogs Tuesday is national puppy day celebrating puppies and adoptions Rangers outfielder Joey Gallo had an early fear of dogs I was actually really really afraid of dogs growing up you so like run away from them in the scared of on this even like little like weird dog loves dogs and became a dog owner four years ago now I have a a lot of retriever.
"dr patty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"dr patty" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Sexual abuse has become an everyday headline the last couple of years, but no matter how often we hear them. Those stories are often hard to listen to experts know that one in four girls under age eighteen is abused sexually. And those are only the reported cases, the actual number is likely much higher more like one in three girls. But the good news in all these headlines is that more than ever before abuse victims are telling their stories and finding healing and recovery. They're also opening societies is the problem the story, we're about to tell you is far from pretty it includes possibly objectionable language, but it's a story that needs to be told if you are a teen girl who's been sexually abused. And you're keeping it a secret just the essence of secrecy means that there's something wrong. And if you're a team. Girl feeling that secret you're feeling that the wrong is your fault. And so when you express it when you release what's happened to you, you begin to release any feelings of shame or guilt or responsibility, that's clinical psychologist, Dr Patty horizon, author of invisible girl, speaking the truth about sexual abuse. The book has just been released in an expanded third edition with an extended section on what fear is and says is an incredibly important, but taboo, topic incest. You know, what incest is the most common sexual abuse. And it is the least disgust. My father told me when I was fourteen that I was like putting a plate of spaghetti in front of a hungry, man. He had to have it. If your eyes and says that when survivors keep incest a secret, many of these young women later become susceptible to date rape during the teen years and. Women in their twenties. There's such a sense of beautiful resiliency. You can really move forward. You can really move through things you can take different paths. You can internalize such healing the younger. You are if you are going to disclose the abuse. So what happens if you don't disclose it and move out of their homes and go to college are very susceptible to date. Rape. They've not processed things they still feel responsible. Sometimes they still feel that they're only worth and as we know campus date rape is rampant. But at the same time going off to college and getting away from an abuser at home can be the best thing to happen for many of these young women. That's when a lot of my girls, come to me when they've gotten out of their homes, a lot of incest survivors, and they're in college, and they feel the safety to reach out for therapy. And a lot of my girls come to me. At that age or write to me from different parts of the country for some help. And it's great because then they start to release it. And when a survivor tells you they were molested the first thing, you say is it's not your fault, and you'll just see the shoulders go down, the tears start to calm, and it's amazing these girls feel so responsible for something that is one hundred percent, not their fault after the release of her book, your eyes and founded a nonprofit organization called girl thrive. T H R I V E standing for teams, helping.
"dr patty" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"For allegra-d at the pharmacy counter use as directed. Sexual abuse has become an everyday headline the last couple of years, but no matter how often we hear them. Those stories are often hard to listen to experts know that one in four girls under age eighteen is abused sexually. And those are only the reported cases, the actual number is likely much higher more like one in three girls. But the good news in all these headlines is that more than ever before abuse victims are telling their stories and finding healing and recovery. They're also opening societies is the problem the story, we're about to tell you is far from pretty it includes possibly objectionable language, but it's a story that needs to be told if you are a teen girl who's been sexually abused. And you're keeping it a secret just the essence of secrecy means that there's something wrong. And if you're a team girl feeling that secret, you're feeling that the wrong is your fault. And so when you express it when you release what's happened to you you begin to release. Any feelings of shame or guilt, or responsibility. That's clinical psychologist, Dr Patty fear, Reisen, author of invisible, girl, speaking the truth about sexual abuse. The book has just been released in an expanded third addition with an extended section on what fear is and says, it's an incredibly important, but taboo, topic incest. You know, what incest is the most common sexual abuse. And it is the least disgust. My father told me when I was fourteen that I was like putting a plate of spaghetti in front of a hungry, man. He had to have it your eyes and says that when survivors keep incest a secret, many of these young women later become susceptible to date rape during the teen years and women in their twenties. There's such a sense of beautiful resiliency. You can really move forward. You can really mean through things you can take different paths. You can internalize such healing the younger. You are if you are going to disclose the abuse. So what happens if you don't disclose it and move out of there? Homes and go to college are very susceptible to daybreak. They've not process things they still feel responsible. Sometimes they still feel that's their only worst. And as we know campus date rape is rampant. But at the same time going off to college and getting away from an abuser at home can be the best thing to happen. For many of these young women. That's not a lot of my girls, come to me when they've gotten out of their homes, a lot of incest survivors, and they're in college, and they feel the safety to reach out for therapy. And a lot of my girls come to me at that age or write to me from different parts of the country for some help. And it's great because then they start to release it. And when a survivor tells you they were molested the first thing you say is it's not your fault. And you just see the shoulders go down, the tears start to calm, and it's amazing these girls feel so responsible for something that is what hundred percent not their fault after the release of her book, your eyes and founded a nonprofit organization called girl thrive t h. I v e standing for teams, helping rape and incest victoriously emerged. It's a program where girls and young women help one another recover from the effects of their abuse. Because then they can hear from another girl. Yeah. My father did this to me. And when they hear the depth of the story and the experience they say, oh, I can really relate to that. That happened to me. You know, what's really interesting with groups of girls to visit survivors, they'll hear another girl story, and they'll say, oh, it wasn't your fault that horrible disgusting. Man. The girl will say, oh, I think it wasn't your fault. But when they start to internalize by hearing from other girls that they can feel such sympathy for they really begin to believe it wasn't their fault, which is key to all sexual abuse. You never asked to be sexually abused girl thrive. Offers what fear is and calls thrive. Herships financial gifts to help survivors pursue their dreams. A girl rights to me from Minnesota and says I just went to court today. I was raped on campus. And actually, I really want to take boxing. I don't have the funds, and then we send her funds to take kickboxing another girl from Texas. Right. I just put my stepfather in jail. He was molesting me. My mother is on my side, and I really.
"dr patty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"What it's worth, I'm Sherry Preston. How the government shutdown is affecting government workers worked for the government know myself since I was eighteen years old joined the Marine Corps a month and a half after high school, you know. Say you know, quickly after getting out of the marines. That's Bill Striffler from brick New Jersey. He's now an air traffic controller because that job is essential. He is still working. But without a paycheck is wife. Theresa she's expecting their baby any day nine months pregnant, so literally due any day now, and I just went on maternity leave. So I'm trying to get disability. And we don't know when that's gonna come through between the two of us. Neither of us are getting paid right now Striffler isn't weighing in on the wall, but he is weighing in on the way government works or does it work in the Senate or need to pass a Bill that will appropriate money to reopen the government and the president he's decided for us to return back to work in a paid status says he served his country twice. Now. Only this time. He's doing it without a paycheck for what it's worth, Cheri Preston. ABC news. You know, if you struggle with hearing loss or even worse a constant ringing or buzzing in your ears. That's tonight as my friends, and it can be really a huge problem. They can create social isolation it can. Lead to depression, and it's just really annoying, and it can be fixed, Dr Patty and Dr Lisa Colorado tinnitus and hearing center, they can fix it. They've been fixing tinnitus with hearing devices like the one they fitted my husband with and it is teeny tiny. You can't even see it, and it silences his tinnitus and allows them to here. Again. It's time to schedule your initial tinnitus or tonight. It's whatever you wanna say consultation with Dr Patty and Dr lease at Colorado tinnitus and hearing center, they be doing this over a decade. There are a lot of kind of followers that are trying to do it. Now, go with the women who have the relationships in the industry who are always up to speed on the latest technology, and who are genuinely.
"dr patty" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Tell me what I said you know but the reality is it's better to find out now if the person understands versus waiting for them to go do that project or working coming back in with the different <hes> doing something different than what was originally yes. That's challenging. There's a lot of sensitive moments within communication. It's asking people to re-communicate back what you said or or the <unk> salesman was bullying. Somebody on the phone is those are right. Those are challenging moments. <hes> we got a few minutes any tips you give to people in terms of a win you gotta you gotTa Open Open up you. GotTa go there and how that conversation like eight. You shut that person down on the call. Would you share with the audience yeah I would say it's always you've got to set boundaries. You can't let people continue the bad behaviors or the bad communication behaviors or whatever it is that they're doing you have to let them know because they also might not know like I mentioned they might not even be aware of what they're doing the impact that they're having so you need to let them no needs to be direct. It does not need to be in front of other people. It should be a one on one conversation with the manager their boss whoever that particular person might be but the the person who's explaining the the impact and what's happening should also be asking questions to find out if they're even aware you know what's going on be involved engaged in other words. It's shouldn't that shouldn't be a one way conversation like okay. I'm going to sit you down. I'm GonNa tell you everything you're doing wrong here. That's not up where it should be coming from where she becoming promise I really want to connect with this person and establishing good relationship so that we can work together to overcome this and produce better results for our team. You know come from the best version in yourself. Don't put the other person on the defensive. Don't make accusations focus on what's an observable and factual not interpretations so in other words say somebody's becoming in late to team meetings. You don't say as something like Oh. You're a slacker you know you're you're always coming in late because that's adding an interpretation. We don't know that they're a slacker. We don't know what's going on. What's observable is you're coming in late and that's impacting the team? Can you know can you help. Enlighten me about what's going on. But can you explain what's happening or is there anything I can help you with their the Wiz the team can help you with to improve the situation or to prevent this from continuing well. That's <hes> does really awful moon. How can people get a hold of you? They like to learn more. We're with you okay. There's several ways I've got a website which is Dr Patty. Malone Dot Com and it's D- are not the whole words spelled out and not D. R. Dot it's D. R. P. A. T. T. Y.. M. A. L. O. N.. E. Dot Com. I don't know he's well but we'll have that in the show notes page as well so people look inside okay great number sorry yeah also the email is info at Dr Patty Malone Dot Com and the phone number is nine four nine two nine seven six four eight eight terrific. Well thank you for joining us today. Dot Loan has been great learning communication how to improve that in you. GotTa answer that if you're doing things in inches or meters Tamar right yeah Oh one last quote one final closure the biggest problem. The biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has occurred yeah. It's a it's an ongoing thing we have more communication in this world than ever but it's an illusion that people are hearing what the other side China's say. Thank you for sharing hope you have a nice any and having you back again in the future. Okay thank you so much you too. This is Alan how.
"dr patty" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Yeah I would say it's always you've got to set boundaries. You can't let the people continued the bad behaviors or the bad communication behaviors or whatever it is that they're doing you have to let them know because they also might not know like I mentioned they might not even be aware of what they're doing or the impact that they're having you need to let them know no needs to be direct. It does not need to be in front of other people. It should be a one on one conversation with the manager their boss whoever that particular person might be but the the person who's explaining the impact and what's happening should also be asking questions to find out if they're even aware you know what's going on be involved engaged in other words. It's shouldn't that shouldn't be a one way conversation like okay music you down. I'm GonNa tell you everything you're doing wrong here. That's not where it should be coming from whereas becoming promise I really want to connect with this person and establishing good relationship so that we can work together to overcome this and produce better results for our team. You know come from the best version of yourself. Don't put the other person on the defensive. Don't make accusations focus on what's an observable and factual not interpretations so in other words say somebody's been coming in late to team meetings. You don't say something like Oh. You're a slacker you know you're you're always coming in late because that's adding an interpretation. We don't know that they're a slacker. We don't know what's going on. What's observable is you're coming in late and that's impacting the team? Can you know can can you help. Enlighten me about what's going on but can you explain what's happening or is there anything I can help you. With through the ways the team can help you with to improve the situation or to prevent this from continuing well. That's <hes> that's. That's really awful belly wound. How can people get a hold of you? They like to learn more. We're with you okay. There's several ways I've got a website which is Dr Patty. Malone Dot Com and it's Day are not the whole word spelled out and not D._R.. Dot It's D. R. P. A. T. T. Y.. M. A. L. O. N.. E. Dot Com. He's well. What's that we'll have that in the show notes page as well so people look into okay great number sorry yeah also the email is info at Dr Patty Malone Dot Com and the phone number is nine four nine two nine seven six four eight eight terrific? Well thank you for joining us today..
"dr patty" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Thank you all and before the break we were talking about our research in communication in her dissertation and Gender Doctor Degree in communication and in envying backstabbing is almost like living in the court of the English monarchy back in the day or or maybe today but Dr Patty before we move on from your alad to go back. Get your research and what else did you find there and whether any stories you can share with without people can deal with this real issue of it's been around for a Millennium Williams. There's another for example the POPs to mind of somebody that I interviewed and he was <hes> an e._M._t.. Trainer so you know he'd been emergency medical technician and he his job was to be an instructor and teach other other people how to do the same thing well in this one particular classroom. This student got irate but something that he said he got it started arguing with him and he came up and actually physically assaulted him. He physically attacked him at the front of the room and then army out of the classroom so the instructor went to his boss and said you know this is what happened in the boss said don't worry he's history. He is out of the school well a couple of days later. The students shows back up in his class house. So the instructor was horrified. He went back with bosses like but happen and the boss said Oh will we looked at our budget and we need his tuition so we decided to let him stay. Oh my goodness I know it's like you and he quit he left and and that's typically what happens when people are the recipients of things like that and their boss or their company doesn't back them up you know doesn't have their back. They will typically leave and then that costs the company a lot to replace some retrain New People. It's it's really just not worth it so it's very helpful for employees to have their I mean for employers to have their employees backs and to really back them up and give them recognition initiative and praise and appreciation which also doesn't happen enough in fact a Gallup poll of one million workers in the United States who quit gave the top reason as they were not showing any kind of appreciation and seventy percent of American workers say they never get praised on the job. That's very sad. State of affairs of people are leaving not their job but they're leaving a bad environment like a bad boss or a toxic environment because they can't thrive. They're they're going defined better places so that's something we really need to be aware of like people really need that that recognition and appreciation right it. We're talking about that. <hes> example in the training and being assaulted is got an example of is communication or is it the decisions of the leadership to make decisions. I'm assuming their values. That's the biggest option I do. Value Your your team. We know you want him to be saved. As their behavior in communication well it began with the student who is actually being a bully and confronting and being in a really negative even destructive conflict so it starts there but then it ends with the company not backing up the instructor who did nothing to deserve that right so if we're ways to deal with backstabbers but that's like ah somebody like that should probably be arrested when they physically assaulted somebody and that's kind of an extreme example but the back stabbing incidents that occur every day it's like people have a tendency with both backstabbing and conflict to ignore it and hope that it will go away but that's not the way it works. It's kind of like a snowball rolling down the hill and turning into an avalanche unless it's nipped in the bud by managers who sometimes want to take a hands off approach. We'll just let those people working out it spreads those people start trying to get people to take sides and the next thing you know their teams are going up against each other departments are breaking apart and it's it's contagious it's poison and it spreads like wildfire so. Harmonies what are the tools to deal with that well the minute that you see for example if two people are having some kind of a concert or one person is starting to bully people that person needs to be brought aside and talked with immediately and there's a couple of approaches to do with somebody like that the first is to to try and see if you can find out what's going on with them. There's what's considered valid and invalid reasons now. It's never her excusable to treat somebody with disrespect the by valid it means in that person's mind they feel justified in acting out that type of behavior because they feel like something happened where they were wrong. Something that was unjust happened and they're acting out not that it's okay to do that. The invalid is there's other people who just like to stir up trouble. There are drama Queens and kings or they they get off on it in some way they're they're happy to just see other people miserable and then and there's people were like chronic complainer. They're just miserable and they they're only happy if they're miserable and making everybody else miserable round them so the first thing to do is try to relate to them on a human level you know talk to them really listened to them. Ask questions see if you can find doubt what the source of the problem is. There's a few things that you do you ask where she kind of any becoming their counselor and for a leader Busia majors busy now I got to counsel assume somebody's kind of now okay no not really yet. No it's not about being a counselor in fact that's the other side of it. There are some things there's a lot of employees that can actually be brought back around but just a couple of conversations where they really feel that they're being heard because that's our biggest problem is nobody's listening and people feel an important. They feel disrespected. They feel like nobody cares about them and they're interested in their ideas so that's the first thing is to actually really listen and see if you can get underneath what's going on and a lot of times. Those people can be brought back around now. Some of the others may have like a personality disorder some kind of character flaw something that we are not trained to deal with and they actually need more help than a company can give but there's several things that the company can do I but as a last resort it's totally viable and acceptable to let somebody like that. Go and a lot of companies don't want to because they'll save something. Go Joe is so good at sales we don't you know we don't want to let him go but in the long run again they're wasting more time and money dealing with the fallout and other people who are leaving get away from Joe than they would if they just replaced him and I'm not suggesting that this the I go to answer. This is the last resort but again if you do things like show appreciation finds something that they're doing right give them praise and recognition or listen to them. Find out sometimes. There's things going on in somebody's somebody's personal life and again. That's not okay or acceptable to act out but at least you've got some idea of what might be contributing. 'cause we tend to instantly go to that <hes> negative. What a jerk you know how dare he and Stephen Covey? I love OPTUS example. Stephen Covey's best-selling author before he was a bestselling author he was riding on a New York subway and there was a man there with his three children and these free children were going crazy. They're running up and down the aisles swinging on the bars. Screaming and Stephen Covey was sitting there getting more and more angry like why is it this guy doing something to manage these kids so finally he turns to him and says that he says hey man. Can't you do something about these kids and the guys who says yeah I guess I really should but the thing is we just came from the hospital where their mother died and they don't know how to deal with it yet and frankly neither do I so we don't always we know what's contributing to somebody's behavior in we don't but <unk> out can wait till is is it. Can you really remove dysfunction from if you have a culture of backstabbing is it what are the steps to removing you might listen to one person but if they feel wronged are there any examples originally read the radio is as a as a very successful hedge fund and he wrote his principles out published them and they had this thing principles radical transparency to the point they would record their conversations conversations and let people as into <hes> in let him know hey. We talked about some things relevant to you you were here. They wanted things to be transparent out there. They've actually used tools and transcripts to do that and letting people know that if you couldn't talk about something behind people's backs I mean that was something that gets you fired. It is it is it more is it how much kind of treating team symptom okay this person's backstabbing versus. What is our preventative measures to prevent that in the first place right yeah? We'll the I think the main preventative measure is to open up that Communication Gatien says that you're clearly communicating and you're and you're developing a culture where people want to be there that the thing about toxic environments it's kind of ironic but as a communication trainer and Speaker Acre the people the companies you are already on the right track the ones who are already doing fairly well with communication and they may have a few issues are much more likely to bring me in to help them to make things even better for the employees than a truly toxic environment. They're like so often so far gone. They don't want help. They don't chair. People are leaving and I can think of maybe only one company that was really kind of that. Bad off that I went entertrainer they what I did was I spoke to the people who are lifting the ones who actually did lots of help because there was a number of them who did not and they were set that up they will you go into that room and we'll see what he can. You tell that this is this is a trouble group before it started when we came up to me and pulled me aside does nothing you can do or help is going to it's going to change this situation. You know because there's been like sexual harassment charges people been fired it was it was really a bass and there's people that really disliked each other but there were some of them who genuinely truly wanted to improve things so while I was there you can tell the people who are just by their non verbals. They're they're asking questions or participating. They're making eye contact or dining. Whatever and the other people are not paying any attention whatsoever so I'm thinking well you know? I'd love to help you but I'm not gonNa Focus Dan you because you're not open to it. I'M GONNA look to the people who really want this and help them in that is that sometimes drop people in as they're not who what do you mean by not open open well they. They liked being mad. They you know they were convinced that they were right and they had every right to be mad at these particular people and they weren't looking at the big picture of like. Wouldn't it be better and make more stance if we can improve our relationships you don't have to be best friends hang out all the time but at least have a decent working relationship so you're not miserable at work to me that makes sense but <hes> to some people they don't really care about that. They'd rather just be stuck in their misery and you can't help but you don't want to don't waste my time. I've noticed sometimes people wear it like a like a jacket. It keeps them warm there. Yeah anger kind of yeah you'll actually I'll show them and so if you're doing you're dealing with the difficult difficult room difficult team or company you would say identify people that are into it and start connecting with them. No actually I don't do that when I typically do ahead of time as I will ask the leadership <hes> for different people I can talk to to do like some pre interviews to find out their perspective not just the leadership but just a number of random the people so they will usually tell me different people and they're smart enough they they let me talk to both people who are positive and open to those who are negative and closed so I can get.
"dr patty" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Against having animals in our lives. And I think that's what we all want to avoid. Thank you. That was an excellent overview in why people should. Not, abuse this there are those that desperately, desperately need have to have those service dogs with them yes the rest of this love our pets but. It's not appropriate, for, them, to have that. Same deference. That a service dog is. Going to have so thank you Dr Robin I appreciate that you're, welcome you're very, passionate about that I could tell tell with the American humane hero veterinarian and hero veterinary nurse words I think most of our. Listeners are going to have contact with their Narian in veterinary nurses who are. In that clinical setting, the I know there are so much more that, veterinarians and their nurses do they bring. Help very definitely on those frontline clinical settings bringing that care but also bringing hope in research heading so tell me a little bit about what the American humane. Has set up and what you're looking for in an. American humane Veterinary hero and veterinary nurse hero you know it's wonderful. That we have such great nominations from around the country these incredible veterinary professionals who. Really, are dedicated to helping animals and we, leave this up to this blue ribbon judging panel and we're so thrilled that you have been a judge. And I know, you, have, favorite stories I. Would love. For you to share with. Us tune in debt but we want to hear from the professionals, in the space, as to what you see as a blue ribbon judge in a hero that Marion professional and that test is very critical of. Course there's a public voting period tunes the public can vote for their hometown. That hero which I, think is nicks it even more special I love, to see people who are so committed. To the space people who can be great spokespeople for the space tune in share and educate for example a lot of people I don't understand the role of a veterinary nurses, what does the veterinary nurse and that's a, newer term, applied to a vet tech space I think it's so wonderful to. See the work nurse being used now and I think having. Some professional be able to speak to the incredibly important role, that a hero veterinary nurse provides in animal health care in well-being really important and a hero. Veterinarian I think Dr Patty control from last year's winner is a, great example of someone not only does great in a clinical setting also volunteers on her own time for low cost spay neuter two Saturdays a month and then she goes over and. Above that, and provides a food Bank to. Keep pets in people's homes I mean. This woman, does does it all and her whole life is. All about saving animals and then we had our hero debt nurse. Ginny Hudson amazing young lady who has devoted her time and energy to helping..
"dr patty" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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"dr patty" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Dollars making your dog therapy or service dog and that's simply for hot and I. Think what. That does is that provides for tons of opportunities for miscommunication but those who really. Have legitimate service dogs those working legitimate. Therapy dogs and those with emotional support dogs the fraud, the space is really off Awful because it, does provide people who aren't educated, we've had bad, experiences an opportunity to discriminate against having animals in our lives and I think. That's what we all, want to avoid thank you at an excellent overview and why people, should not abuse this there are those that desperately desperately, need have, to have those service dogs with them yes the rest of us love, our pets but it's not appropriate for. Them to have that same deference that a service dog is going. To have so thank you Dr Robin I appreciate that you're welcome. You're very passionate about that I could tell with the, American humane hero veterinarian and hero veterinary nurse words I think most of, our listeners are going to. Have contact with their Narian in veterinary nurses who are in that clinical setting the, I know there are so much more that, veterinaries and their nurses do they bring help very definitely on, those frontlines, clinical settings bringing that care Air but also bringing hope in research settings so tell. Me a little bit about what the American humane has set up in what. You're looking for in, an American humane veterinary hero and, veterinary nurse hero You know it's wonderful that we have straight nominations from around the country these incredible. Veterinary professionals who really are dedicated to helping animals and we, leave this up to this blue ribbon judging panel and we're so thrilled that you have been a judge and I know you have favorite stories I would love for you to share. With us, to them but we want to. Hear from the professionals in the space. As to, what you see as a blue ribbon judge in. A hero that Marion professional and that test is very critical of. Course there's a public voting period tunes the public can vote for their hometown. That hero, which I think is nicks it even more special I love to, see people who are so committed to. The space people who can be great spokespeople for the space tune in share and educate for example a lot of people don't, understand the role of veterinary nurses What does the veterinary nurse and that's a newer term applied. To a bit, tech space I think it's so wonderful to see their work. Nurse being used now and I think having some professional be. Able to speak as to the incredibly important role that a, hero veterinary nurse provides in animal health care in well-being really important and a hero veterinarian I. Think Dr Patty controller from last year's winner is a great, example of someone who not only does great in a clinical setting also volunteers on her own time for low cost spay neuter two Saturdays a month and then she goes over and. Above that, and provides a food Bank to. Keep pets in people's homes I mean. This woman, just does it all and her whole life is. All about saving animals and then we had our hero debt nurse. Jenny Hudson amazing young lady who has devoted her time and energy to helping..
"dr patty" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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"dr patty" Discussed on WJR 760
"You on the air uh dr fletcher welcome to start startup nation radio we appreciate you joining us great to be here well patti if i may i know it's dr patty fletcher but patty may a call your patty yeah cleaver we my parents comic out i know how that goes all right well you wrote a book called disrupters success strategies from women who break the mould and first i guess if you would what was w why did you write the book we want to get into it we want to start to tee up why this is important subject matter and so on but first you made the effort to focus on this write the book in your highly focused on the subject matter tell us why and what prompted you to do it yeah you know it really are we now have getting beyond the rhetoric and really trying to understand why so few women have achieved what they upset out to achieve when it comes to disrupting the status quo and the books that we've had out there in the discussions that we've had out there have really been about fixing women right there's something wrong with women because they're not able to do what men can do and books likely nn although fantastic 'cause they brought the topic of women in power women in the workplace to the mainstream i can't think of one female disruptor i know who isn't leaning in so much better face hits the ground so there has to be something else and so it was about demystifying what's really going on finding out that these are really systematic problems and that there's nothing wrong with women there's not nothing wrong with men and that there's also no one path to success as a disruptor in the book you can see that the the big problem is that there are uh rules that use the uh the book helps you recognize and smashed those old ruehe rules and so on and those rules does all rules are what is in essence working against women what are those rules what are you referring to and what i'm referring to the blaming same game when it comes to that gender inequity in the workplace and onto our ecosystem that why do we have it in the system is rob with unconscious bias and those unconscious sizes there are.
"dr patty" Discussed on New York Magazine's Sex Lives
"There are hands and they are on a body and things are sexual things are happening in that room behind it at time professional is not literally touching her act career at it and then there's also you know the betty dotson modality hands on hands in where she is touching you guiding new showing you and yes she's she's amazing so she's she's dr patty's com mentor um yeah and then so to be hands off like you what is what does that mean that means that i really work with people around issues within a relationship and also i see dating clients allott so um most of the time they're just questioning whether or not their norm also in a lot of ways i'm a support for them to experience what they're experiencing and have acceptance around it there's a lot of permission giving it's a lot of education it's a lot of goal setting and trying to get them from point a to point b can you give me sort of a concrete example just so we can imagine the type of dilemma someone might have and what the coaching processes like i work with a lot of women who find a disconnect between the sex they have with themselves in sex with a partner so they might be single or dating and just really having a challenge with translating their experience with masturbation into the bedroom with another person and so what we do is try to hammer out like what are the things that are actually happening for you during masturbation.