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Trump administration pushing delay in nursing home vaccinations

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00:35 sec | Last month

Trump administration pushing delay in nursing home vaccinations

"And nursing homes were also supposed to start getting their shots. Nearly 40% of covert deaths have occurred in those facilities. But CBS News has learned that the Trump administration delayed the vaccine to most nursing homes, working with the government's pharmacy partners like CBS to December 21st. Due to patient consent issues. But consent was no issue for these doctors and nurses eager to get vaccinated for N y U Langone Health's Dr Tina Womb. I haven't had my mom in a year, and I think that is one thing that I'm so looking forward to. Older, lanky CBS News NEW YORK The Electoral

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"dr tina" Discussed on Raising Good Humans

Raising Good Humans

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Raising Good Humans

"Except there's also the possibility that. Our system is a little wonky. And so we have to learn how to UNH- here or question some of those gut reactions in the service of. You know this new growth that we get our our next big brain growth is when you become a parent after infancy and adolescence, and then this. So then we have to maybe look at what that responses and make sure that it makes sense and it's not our history or out how we were parents are all out and I'm not telling you new information, but if anybody's listening who's thinking, wait my gut tells me. Something that isn't making sense. An to anybody else and it's not working. It's not going well and you're feeling bad or they feel like they can't trust their. That's okay too because sometimes that's the thing I'm so glad you said that because I think that is absolutely something that our listeners should here and I'm so glad you said then I I'm Gonna I'm GonNA qualify what I'm saying in a future things because oftentimes. If you have a little beautiful infant with you. Now in your first time parent, you might really feel good about trusting your instincts right now. But I promise you is your kids get older. There are GonNa be times that your instincts are terrible. There are times my instincts are terrible and I remember. I, you know my own experience in every parent I've ever talked to WHO's honest about it has almost like on aggressive fantasies that scare us about our babies. Yeah. I I you know like your babies crying and crying and crying and crying and you would never do it. But in your mind you're like what what what would happen if I just do the window you know what? I mean like you're never going to do it hopefully if you are please call how immediately immediately immediately because that's really important. We never that's always the first thing is do no harm. We never ever ever want to hurt our babies or our children and so if you need help call for help but. As parent like my instincts sometimes to yell at my kid or day my kid. or to be really immature and be like fine,.

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"dr tina" Discussed on Raising Good Humans

Raising Good Humans

04:43 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Raising Good Humans

"Don't have a specific entry on temperament and maybe if I revise it I'll I'll think about but that's not really a controversial topic it's not really No I think it's just it. The reason I ask about it is because I think that it will help people get to know how to write think about all of these controversial topics that you might make a different choice with one kid and not another kid of your own. I think a perfect example of that is the sleep training entry exactly my berry hardest hardest hardest hardest. I think I need to say hardest ten more time yeah. God. Bless you and I'll tell you I was also receiving on some I'm not. GonNa call it bullying. Some professional nudging from colleagues who were wanting to ensure that I came down a specific way on a specific topic. And I was GonNa follow the Science and so I'm just committed to doing that. But in terms of sleep training that was my hardest to ride because I i. had to even after my editor was like no more changes but I have to revise at one more time and I really wanted to be so careful every single word that I chose. And I also wanted to even though it's about sleep training I'm also someone who is trained in looking at the role that a caregiver plays in regulating. biophysical logical stress states in our infant since I was bringing in other fields as I was looking at that one with more complexity than I think most trading books look at I'm but I also had to ensure form because I could have written a whole book just about that. But in that one of the. That's a whole other. We could spend a whole time talking that but really the three main questions people want to know when they're thinking about sleep training and again I I start with a good definition because honestly e even if you don't do any kind of baby separate from you, any kind of crying method just by keeping your voice low and keeping the lights low, that is training all of them..

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"dr tina" Discussed on Raising Good Humans

Raising Good Humans

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Raising Good Humans

"Feeding exclusively, whatever you choose to do, and then going to real food table food just making sure that obviously they're not choking and that they're soft enough and all of those things but it's a big thing especially in the UK in is their research on lead weeding is it? Is it the preferred I duNno approach. There's not a lot of research on the yet so. It's right now it's a it's something to try that as long as you're ensuring your baby's safety in terms of choking hazards in all that if something you WanNa, do go for it and it's fine not to do that. So there are there are several things like that in the book that are very much like this book at one point in a totally different form you know this the way this book is laid out is alphabetical. So you just turn to whatever subject. So baby led weeding would be under beat and and then the way that each entry is laid. Out is two competing opinions like one would be pro baby led weaning along anti what the main arguments are. Then there's a section that says what the science says it. In this case, say the really isn't a lot of there a couple of studies, but they're such small samples. We can't really feel confident about what they came up with and then there's the net the following section is the bottom line. So in the bottom line, I say either look the argument is in with parents definitely do it. It's really good for your baby and then other times I say there's Not Great. Research. But here are a couple of things that you should know for your safety or to keep in mind for your family's values, and then in about a third of the entries, I have a note from me where I just either say look I'm really biased on this topic because I really try my very hardest to report objectively on each in these from what the science says. But of course I have my thoughts and opinions and sometimes they don't even jive with the science. So little put a note in their own a story from experience another huge thing which i. Think is so fascinating and just by the way just in case you listening obviously I can't be an expert on sixty five topics, right? So I dug into the research but I sent these entries to leading researchers experts in the world on these topics. I. Had many pediatricians read this so so I could feel confident in in the the analysis of the research because some of them have a water research and research can be biased and so there's a lot in their bed. A big one is when my babies were little the thinking was that you avoid allergenic foods in their early. Void, peanuts, and strawberries, and all that, and now the thinking in the allergy role is that you actually do introduce those allergenic foods early on between four to six months. Obviously, if your family has a history of allergies check with your pediatrician is you're doing it in all of that. That's a big thing in what they found is that when they're doing that, there's less incidence of allergies. Yeah. So that's another big one I just want to interject that that is why this book is so perfect and really. I mean, I can't think of another book that doesn't feel like it has an agenda at all it. Truly. Through everything that you're going to need everything that we're all thinking about when we have a baby and it's like if you asked your best friend and then you ask your mother in law and then you asked the pediatrician in the new, ask the developmental list or whatever it is. There's this beautiful. Okay you cut through all of.

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"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

03:55 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Your partner. And how do you teach your partner feed yourself. Right. So how can you communicate better? To bring your sex lives into something that is. Worth Living For right not a chore. Be a stress reliever. Soon, more the more orgasms you have the better your immune system you won't get covert now I can't promise that but. Oh but it does truly improve your immune system. Yeah. Oh, my I'm like. I never get sick now because it's like. Jack off all the time. But. The point is you don't need a partner to be sexual. And you can learn how to make yourself. Feed erotic energy. And an cloud no I. think he'd been exercise like a lot of people don't like to exercise but exercise should be pleasurable I. Don't want give somebody work to do when I tell them exercising thing with meditation up she fainted too much. We last I. Nine. One. So moving your body should be pleasurable. Right should be. So if you like to dance and you don't like to, Ron, spend an hour dancing. Spend an hour having sex. Exercise. Love it don't you love her sister. I absolutely. Do I need you in my life? We all do we all do in the Hannaford and she's nine those getting I feel like I share so much. This is incredible. I feel like I've learned so much. Before we go like if there's one piece of wisdom, you've already given us so much. So this might be we've already covered as if there's one piece of wisdom you can impart on women whether it's like a specific thing they should do or like. A mantra. They should say it's like, what do you want to tell all women listening right now? I would say trust your intuition that you know how to live your life and listen to it. I. Love. That is the perfect advice. Cooper Smith. An hour his flown by. A. So much this is been the joy at his fung. In Las, question do you think you could pick my vagina out of a lineup of the US? Is really funny. You should say that. So No, I don't know. But if I did an ultrasound maybe but I did I didn't meet illumine years ago and I said I've met you before let's figure out how we know each other I recognize you and then we were going like dude, we need here's years from finally realized I was fellow in training and she was seeing the doctor Samaya done her oprah salads and so she without missing a beat, she looked at me she said any recognize my face. That is so pretty. We can't thank you enough for coming. Government have sex. A podcast network..

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"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

07:27 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"There's little personality quiz at can help you and I can give you a little kind of a little into what? Sort of what they do. But also in reality WanNa work with a coach because. Taking the task is saying what your brain. Actually thinks you are. And then if you actually body met somebody and you touch them in different ways. You'll actually get a more accurate of what their body actually as. I want this. I have a friend and we did the quiz and he totally thought he essential. and. Then we body mapped him and he's a shape shifter. He wants it all okay. He's totally was much was, but he's sort of didn't know surpressed all those that are parts of him. So basically, you know, I I like to think of it like If you did any of you watch or read fifty shades of. Grey. Now now. Now. I Want WanNa read the book. So if you read fifty shades of Grey and you got turned on Ray a lot of your life on my God, I can't believe I got. Because it's a whole sm. Kind of Kinky. He he's totally dom to her submissive and. There yeah. He was just really wealthy billionaire. In the only way. He enjoyed the only way he knew how to have sex was in more of the kinky blueprint with. You know tying people down in this and that so those are things we think are so like off limits, right? Well, Kinky people were kinky. They get excited by anything. That's TAB. So. If you were brought up and you were maybe you're born into a very religious household. Ends, you only have sex when you're married right on its missionary position only right. So if they actually have sex before marriage that's Kinky. Their king got to get them excited right that they may be they be kinky. So you're kidding says relative kink relative, right so if you ended up doing the taking a personality quiz and you come up with Kinky, it doesn't mean you have to do so now and Go to a dungeon dot sex or anything like that. But it might mean that doing it in a bedroom other than your own bedroom you know having sex in the kitchen is going to be exciting for you. Right 'cause like you're not supposed to do. So, so Kinky, to me is the mental frayed. Fantasy play and keep a- with. There's the psychological king of life I WANNA be in control or I don't WanNa be Joseph Harris. Like, they're in control all day law, right? Yeah. They won like put on abor desperate to be like a saw maybe have someone else take care of that, and and the goal of the dom is actually totally take care of their sub. It's not about hurting my God it's such a. World it's all about leading their sub totally rest in their arms and be taken care of. Gifts turn me on like gifts and things is that the blueprint? Love Languages L. Could Upload Languages. Okay. So love languages, right. Our gifts acts of service. The Earth. Talking now though yeah okay. So it's a but again, communication is key right so if you don't speak the same love language, you may be doing your partner's laundry every day and cooking and cleaning and doing all these chores for them or maybe you know a men. But you never say I love you because maybe. You know and their language is words and words of. And they need to hear I love you. You're so beautiful. Oh, you're kind you're my favorites and you never ever say those words. You're telling your partner you love you in your language and they never hear I love you because it's like you're speaking French and they speak Spanish and the blueprints erotic loop answer the same thing in terms. So if you if your if your kink right and you get excited by doing things that is out of the box for you. And Your partner. Only has sex at eleven o'clock at night in missionary physician in the bed. Like you're like starved. Because it's boring for you. Even if you're having orgasms, right you don't feel like you're fulfil because you don't get and you may not even know you know idea that that's your blueprint. Unless you figure it up. So if you're if you're not having sex in your blueprint, something's off, your erotic energy is it's like having. A strawberry non chocolate covered strawberry. Do. But it's not really good and you don't even know what you're missing because no one ever told you. You can have a chocolate covered strawberry imagine life where you never tried a chocolate covered strawberry. Pretty, awful. Strawberry a sex act that I need to be trying I feel like if you're a central if your sexual. We may have an orgasm having a really good strawberry. Ice. What what, what, how many people have seen someone like having you know you you watch a foodie and they're like totally having orgasms over the food that they're eating I do know people like that. Wait to what are the five erotic blueprints. So there's the sensual. That uses their sentence. Okay. There's the. Energetic which response to energy basically. There's a sexual, which is what most of us in. America think about sacks, right it's the WHAM. Bam. Thank you. Man Here's a Naked Lady Anne I'm turned on. There's the Kinky. That we talked about and then there's the shape shifter the shape shifter basically needs it all a love it all. They. Really. Really need it all. But there's also so each. Each blueprint has its superpower. Any blueprint has shadow and some people get stuck in the shadows which are like they can't seem to access. The superpower of their friends. and. So coaching is all about figuring out what your languages. What. Your body thinks you're language is not just what you brain thinks. You're languages. And then had you feed yourself. And how you?.

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"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

06:10 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"I think that that should go for everything and the Sanur Functional Medicine teaches at the center of our health and wellness is mind body spirit right which. Is Meaning and purpose in life, but it's also pleasure right so the Yogis, this is like my own take on stuff but. The Yoga tradition Indian medicine, and all that says that we have four bodies we have our mental body. We have our physical body like our organs are skin sack. We have our. Body, which surrounds us and we have our emotional body right and we actually Hartman teaches we have a grain in our hard. We have a brain in our gut, right? Because we have more neurotransmitters in our gut than we do So, we have our mental brain we have our brain we have a heart brain and we have our energy brain. Really we have brains. We need to treat all that with respect and we need to feed all of that. and. We need to maintain wellness in all of that right. So we know to exercise physically a because it improves our energy sack physical body. Meditation actually use our mental body in our thoughts. It helps US separate out 'cause we're not our ego in our thoughts. We have sixty thousand thoughts day eighty, thousand bucks today in sixty percent of we had yesterday and half of them came from when we were five, like go to a five year old therapist and yet we're still listening to the stories. We tell ourselves when we were five, seven, ten, twelve you know when we acne and pimples awkward Middle School and yet we still listen to that voice like it's like our therapist in it's like shut up already stopped driving the bus, right? so meditation helps us separate from our thoughts and recognize that we're more than our thoughts. Feeding are energetic body is how do we pour energy and rate if you don't put gas in a car what happens to it? Stops running. Would you put if you had a super fancy car like Lamborghini or no saints ready and they told you. To put high test in. Would you put? Crappy gas would you go to Argo but you know she just gas around. You would have because the car might break down, but we eat diet soda, which is toxic. We eat ships we don't eat healthy food, right? So we want to put the hot, the real brain food and the real food. But we also need to pour energy right. So if we think of ourselves like a tree, we need to put energy into our body. So it's is the food but what about pleasure? That's what keeps US going. If life was all work, which is what the Puritan told us to do rate or the king told they're freaking slaves to just keep working. WHAT'S THE POINT I'd rather be dead. Right, so if you truly want to let. You need to feed your gas tank with pleasure. Now Aerobic Energy is pleasure. Erotic energy doesn't have to be just sat rate. So if I go And I, watch a sunset and it's incredibly beautiful. I'm feeling my Rod AG- energy with beauty. If I get a massage. And static I'm in heaven, right? It's like the best thing ever. That's putting energy into your body. That's pleasure. So they're all ways we have pleasure hanging out with friends and having a cup of coffee is pleasure. If you liked what you do go into work can be pleasurable if you hate going to work, you need to change your story and find out what you like doing. Otherwise it's miserable and why lives right? So you have the ability to change your story. That's what meditation generally may help you do right. You can see everything you say I hate switch to say I love. And then figure out what you love about it and it may be I get a fucking paycheck at the end of the week. So I can do all the stuff that gives me pleasure event at least you're working from a pleasurable standpoint. Does that make sense? It's kind of weird but. As Yeah. So you feed your energetic body, you feed your physical body, you feed your mental body, and then you have to feed your emotional body too. Because when emotions get stock in your body, you get sick. When people are angry And, they're stressed. Heart disease. When your intestines are totally wrapped up and tight and you're angry and frustrated angle whatever emotion. That's degenerative. Or depleting I liked the word of positive and negative emotions depleting emotions repleting emotions. It's normal. The have all those Yucky emotions were few men were going to have a whole spectrum of emotions you were in the room caroline, which showed the emotional wheel when you were in office last I think. But it's good to have anger but get it out of your system. Go Punch a punching bag or have a pillow fight. And let it. Let it go out to a dozen stay stock because then you not it's GonNa make you sick and it's GonNa make all your relationships sick. Right anyway. So. Skits to do all of those things right when you're when you deal with erotic energy. You're moving your physical body. You're increasing all the bonding hormone. So you're you're you're having that amazing emotional contact with someone hopefully. You're. Energetically, you can have an orgasm from looking at a sunset. You can literally move energy by contracting your muscles and relaxing your muscles and get an orgasm..

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"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

06:56 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Can I interrupt with a question before we go to? Thank. All the questions is our one chance I. Okay. There's all comeback if you have more questions. Fun. Okay so I have an ongoing issue that no one no one else I know has and I've talked on this show bookstore here I have what I like to call nipple crust. I like might nipples get literally crusty and like I have to like dig out across the only person because I've had people complain of that. What is that? Is that like serious? It doesn't feel or seem serious at all to be but it's just like I don't know what's going on and it gets potentially. There's probably several different. reasons that could be so number one, you may have some leakage of milk down one dot. On and that needs to be checked out. Because, that could be a little what we call it alone in in their making milk. It could be a little yeast infection than the MOISTURIZER. Whatever EXUMA. COULD BE ECZEMA of the nickel. Does it Not, really A. Kind of no question. So. Those are the three things that I would sort of God's. happened. Like once I wouldn't. Think much of it if it happens. Repetitively probably get it checked out. Really My last guy no like looked at it and like grabbed it kind of dug in there and she said that it seemed like nothing. That was a private moment between you and I. Dug into the bill. Is there any chance that it's nothing? Yeah Yeah. Definitely chances nothing but I'll check it out and a lot of times when people don't know what things are. They are probably nothing. Keeps happening if it's gets bigger, gets worse whatever but it made me nothing but I would is it on both sides? I don't know it's usually get is I mean there's nothing they're now they're both super clean and clear right now liar I mean. I mean happy to show but I don't. No don't don't do that please. It's it's not from toys that you're playing with lubricants right you just. Definitely not it just. 'cause like Esther, you love oat milk so much you like talk so much about alternative milk and look like this whole time. Making OATMEAL OATMEAL in your brow there's little time. For you. So proud of you. Thank you. So you can do with milk or regular milk actually is. You want to talk about distressing take Cleopatra Bass. You fill the bath with water and then you've four liter or quart of milk and I have done it with oatmeal because I didn't have milked them the house a little bit of honey. And then either aromatherapy like lavender Cleopatra did was rose huddles or Roselawn, and so cannot your skin will be really great. Theme is why Dr Cooper's is such a good doctor he what other doctor we give you a fat I learned that from Gina. Book is called. Okay, I just want to start talking about female pleasure this this gem of wisdom that you told me at my annual this year that I have not been able to get out of my head. The erotic blueprints and You told me the difference in like full erection time for women. For forty minutes. So the female clitoris, first of all has a nerve endings and it's dedicated purely for pleasure right? It has no other purpose like nine right and the guy his erectile tissue has to share going potty with having an erection manage activating and he only has four thousand nervous. So we are double the pleasure and bent all were for. So. That's number one. The other statistic that I recently learned when I was studying sex was it takes forty minutes for the female clitoris to get fully Iraq. So it means that the majority of women have had sex. and. Without a full Li engorge fully pleasure clitoris. The other thing that a lot of people don't know to be honest even when I went to med school, we were taught that the clitoris was the little thing you know behind the clitoral hood just above the does actually a big be and the little hood is an clitoral tip or the clitoral head is at the top but it actually the goes down on nerd into the China and that's why people have g spots right 'cause they actually have clitoris tissue, deepen the vagina, and all of that gets erect or can get Iraq during during for play sex whatever. Why am I getting squeamish? Is there something wrong with me? Is that normal I'm getting? So squeezed which I just have to be honest. No you're brought up in America and America people don't talk about sex right America in SKOKIE. New. This I'm like I'm so relaxed and completely atomised talking about this. Because she's my doctor also, she's not a stranger to me. So it's a totally different experience this new. To a stranger I. Might, not even be doctor might be a lady off the street. And good hands. Right, now Esther Cooper Smith is. She knows she knows women's body she has your best interests at heart. So women. So the the line that my at my teachers says is. have sex to live longer longer to have more socks and you asked earlier about how to distress so. What I. I gave a talk not too long ago about pleasure I, which is our motto in Roddick Blueprint, community and..

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"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

07:14 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"In February do specials. Okay I'll talk. To, you spin spinners in a circle and then we have to guess check WHO's we get? Yeah I think I'd go to jail for that. Fair enough. Okay I. I. WanNa. Ask like just out of. Out of respect to our audience. are like the multi vitamins or supplements are is there anything that you kind of recommend that blanket? All women should consider adding to their daily routine So I think in today's world with the way, nutrition is not great for most of us. I, do encourage people to take a multi a good quality multivitamin from a reputable company that gets their supplements tested and checked by third parties. So you know that what you're taking isn't really water. I. Usually suggest fish oil unless you really go to eating fish twice or three times a week. It's anti-inflammatory and it's really healthy I. usually tell most people need vitamin D so it's Pretty. Good idea to get vitamin D and then I encourage people to eat probiotics because the amount of. I mean they could get probiotics in food fight. So it really depends on your diet, but a lot of people don't, and then I encourage them to do a probiotic. Go To's. What are prebiotics and do I need to take them prebiotics our foods or supplements that the bugs liked to eat. So you're feeding your bacteria remember that your body is more bacteria than it is human. So we have more DNA from the bacteria and our body than we thought it was just me. No we are a universe planetary universe. Right? We humans are just mother Earth's Furloughs, bacteria, esther millions of little co hosts. Co host inside s dairy go yup. and you never know when they come out and speak. So prebiotics foods are onion garlic leek plan teens, Jerusalem artichokes, which are also known as sudden chokes. Called potatoes. The potatoes. But then you eat them at room temperature or rice, it's been cooked but you eat it at room temperature the body it's more it's got the resistance start. So it doesn't get digested the same when it's cold and it's better for the bacteria. and of course, you can buy those in supplements and then probiotics are actually eating bacteria right. So when you eat pickled foods like Sauerkraut S- or yogurts, Kiefer's or camp, UCA's you're eating the healthy bacteria and the healthy bacteria I describe it as our army that's like our army and when when the invaders come, they're they're supposed to be there to keep out the invaders like E. coli right and Canada and east infections that make us smart you know it. One ex-boyfriend that just really delivered the Big East. Just, a yeast infection every time but now Iran's now I'm really diligent about rinse and a wife after sex sorry I don't know why I showed that. When I was getting a lot of UTI's which poor Dr Cooper Smith I don't know how you would remember this because you have hundreds of patients i. I. was just I was in the dark like emailing, texting, calling like begging for prescriptions prescription. Hurt so much hurt her awful. They're awful and I'm so happy they're a little more under control but I I'm seeing before and after sex I don't. I don't like it Yeah Fram Berry cranberry tablets. cranberry juice is possibly effective D Manno. Says a supplement that possibly. I'm snorting demand some snorting day rails to Prego, and then there's this new one supplement company told me about a new product they have, which is they somehow? I don't know they genetically modified some virus particle with this other Nicole whatever. But everybody basically helps the bacteria not stick in your bladder. Supposed to hold onto? Yeah. Wow. Oh my Gosh vaginas. Dr Smith. You've seen when you say you see millions. Oh my God I. Don't know I I don't know that I've had millions of patients. That's a huge number but definitely. DOWLING's thousand thousands of VAGINAS PGA. I mean I want you to you know. Here talk about nutrition and wealth and health. Hell I can't even say I. I. To get into the sexes you're so knowledgeable on all things female pleasure which I'm so excited to dig in on. Do you have any vagina horror stories? The worst one that I can tell you is actually not my personal story but a doctor friend of mine that ended and it was his last day of like Er call when he was a resident and he should have been off like it was you know seven o'clock change of shift, but he went in at five to seven for one last patient. And she said something was stuck in the vagina. Twenty. Six tampons later. On not well. And they didn't smell very good. Bye. Yeah he will remember that a baby's head comes out of there. So the vagina could just grow and grow and grow. So it was a woman with mental illness. them in and kept forgetting to take them out. We've. Gone a little past the eight hours. Recommended on the box. One time the night the night after my thirtieth birthday party my dog threw up in our bed in the middle of the night and we looked she had thrown up for bloody tampons and I have my period. So there were someone else's she went through the garbage outside somewhere in. Yeah. That's really gross. was. Not In our Thrown up on the. It was maybe multiple people's tampons because who is changing their camp on four times at one policy. My friends are changing four times at once. I. One person here we know. But Nice Way to point it off on someone else caroline like it was. Unlike, Hercule Perot from right. Christie novel like. The giant. Okay so we will break..

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"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"If you're thirty four and you still think you got five years before you can contemplate kids. You might really want to think about freezing your eggs because again, if you freeze the younger, you are when you freeze your eggs, there's two things the more eggs you'll probably nate and more likely you are at those eggs are GONNA turn into babies 'cause the chromosomes will be normal and stuff like that if you get to thirty seven but again, if you do it, let's. Do it at thirty, two or thirty three, and now at thirty seven, you decided to have a baby. You might like the first month you go off pills or you start trying, you might get pregnant you never need it. You might spend the money. You didn't really need to use them because you're still got. Cha got if you get to thirty seven and you still haven't. got a baby. You say gets three to five years down the road. Then you actually maximize the chance that you maximize your financial benefit like the likelihood at forty, forty, one, forty, two that you're going to need to spend money for fertility treatments is going to really go up. So you're actually going to save money if you freeze. But if you wait till thirty seven, obviously you're older than thirty three or thirty, four show. You may not get as many eggs and those eggs or little less likely to work for you. Right. So if you really think you'RE GONNA DELAY Not a bad idea to put your eggs away. At thirty three, thirty, four, right. I've love everybody to put him away at twenty eight, right? Yeah. You're on me I feel like in my late twenties of like isn't this too early which now caroline you did put yours away but then you rotate them. Nia googlers. My next question is, can we do a two for one special with me in Esther? Reeser eggs together we can try we can sing I sometimes do ballantine's Day in February do specials. Okay I'll talk. To, you spin.

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Glowing Up

04:54 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Donald Carter. In caps. On Your Handout, Oh my God. I will say I feel so much happier. Buoyant and glory when I'm just consuming as many is there such a thing to too much healthy fall? Well I mean again, fats have calories ride. So for every gram of carb or protein, you get four calories in for every grandma fat, you get nine calories. So you certainly if they're eating more calories, you better workout seven days a week and burn calories right? So I take back that last question for gas to. I. Question. Question, a little bit of a different subject. Okay. So I'm thirty two years olds I'm engaged my fiance's forty two. I. AM living through a pandemic. I'm pretty stressed out and anxious, but I also know that I'm thirty two and my fanciest forty two and you know at some point we need to start disgusting having a family but that feels really scary to me in really impossible and I was just curious like what would your advice be to someone who isn't ready for children but doesn't want to become ineligible to have children but thirty two like what would you tell me? Yeah. So in general and again, this is not crystal advised general invite. So in general. The pregnancy rates are your best in your twenties, but they're fairly good evening through your mid Thirties for most folks. Okay. So the difference between a thirty, two year old and thirty-three-year-old is probably pretty small. Okay. Somewhere for the majority of the population. Between thirty five, forty, the slope of the curve changes and the Repentiti of how fast you kind of run. News your eggs, speeds up the increasing infertility and the increase in. Goes up some know somewhere in that thirty, five to forty range. So at thirty two and is mostly based, the age stuff is mostly on the woman. Okay. So if you're like, oh my God, I can't do this during Cobra. This is just not okay. MIC freaking out and I'm not ready to do during. Cohen. The difference between now and let's maybe gets better any year. and. You're thirty three and you're not even married yet. You WanNa make sure that is don't change when you get married or whatever. Right? I don't know how long you've been with them. The. Rates the fertility rates shouldn't change that much between thirty two and thirty three even if you have less eggs but. If you're in your late thirties. Because that's where people really start losing eggs than. The differential of six months in a year in a year and a half become more. Or bigger right. So the only caveat on your end tonight I don't want to mention it or make a whole. The incidence of autism. Does go up as the guys get older. and. It really start noticing that when guys are over forty probably magnified at fifty magnified at sixty magnified it seventy. So even though you know Mick, Jagger had a kid at seventy two, the increased risk of that kid having autism Tony Randall had a kid eighty, two There is a slight increase stress, and so I would put that in the equation but in the middle of a pandemic, if you WANNA wait a year I, would not the difference of a year isn't GonNa make a difference again statistically for your partner? A difference of ten years might right so. I'm. You're the girl in a situation, right? I'm just checking. Never in the bedroom. I'm so excited to talk about sex one can west. Nutrition. That A little better. I will confess that I'm not necessarily like the stress and anxiety I feel about it doesn't feel like it's one year away. It feels a little longer than that but it does help to know that I'm not necessarily ineligible for the next few years. Well, they're definitely the mathematicians tell us that if you're thirty four and you still think you got five years before you can contemplate kids. You might.

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Glowing Up

06:58 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Great rate without sacrificing great service when you the real deal like a good neighbor state farm is there I wanNA. Go back to second to what for a second what you said about like nutrients in eating I stress I'm just curious like let's say you were you know a an anxious tired five foot tall half Jewish girl. Pretty. Anxious. Did I say tired what would you recommend I? Try to implement the whether it be like a supplement or like food like where we at what would you percent after esters looking for the the quick fix? Obvious. All right. So first of all, I'M NOT GONNA. prescribe medical advice to anybody over zoom call. Kathy's I damn pay. Esther they're going by having said that right herbs everybody knows that caffeine is an amazing herb that gives you a Zang in the morning. Yes. But there are there are other herbs that actually help you relax and people don't know about them that are not as popular is so I was taught by herbalists professor about we call them nerve lines because they affect your nervous system but like Ostra Gonda is an herb and. You can buy us for Gonda t by chopped up in capsules and things like that, and she used to say US rebounder was for the wired and tired. So those are the folks who are like running all day long running all day long running all day long and Zoster by the time it spent time they've probably push themselves beyond their natural bedtime, and so then they get to bed at like midnight and they're wide awake. And they can't sleep. They can't turn their brain off. The. astral gone doesn't that really helps them. RODEO LA is also under vine at a different urged. And it's for people who are so tired. They can't really get themselves out of bed and get motivated. It's really. A get up and go nearby. But both of those sort of help you get back to Homeo- stasis. We WanNa live in the center of the see saw, and if something knocks us off. We just slide a little bit on the see saw, and then we can scoop back. And, we just keep going. So these herbs are things that help with that. But buzz another one that's sort of a relaxing one WANNA actually is an herb that works on our Endo cannabinoid system, which is our system that maintains Homeo- stay system in our body problem is it's been a legal for so long they haven't done good research on it, but we have to Endo cannabinoid in our body just like we have endorphins which are the bodies respond like there's heroin and opium and Vicadin there's so endorphin which is our our natural opiates, right? There's two endo. and to cabinet receptors, and that's why marijuana works. It's that's also CBD works. Right CD HELPS US maintain homies says, decreases pain without done mind altering stuff of marijuana. So a lot of people CBD helpless. So let's see we gonNA exercise. We're GONNA, MEDITATE WE'RE GONNA walk in nature we're GONNA. Eat which has lots and lots of vegetables if it comes in a bag or a box, some lessons vegetable in a bag. You really should think twice about it those real food is what earth grew for us not what you know. General. Mills decided was confront. And carbs, there's a whole theory about living on carbs not really increases the risk. Of diabetes. So in the one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty s before we had insulin if you're diabetic. You were told to eat no carbs zero and that was the only way you're going to stay alive. Now. What did we do in the nineteen seventies? We told everybody not to eat fat and so everybody started eating carbs and what happens to this waistline of our? country. GURVEY's. And we start living on sugar and what is sugar do? It makes you angry? Right. In to eat and two hours later you're hungry and you're not only you're hungry but you're itchy. Okay. Okay we're all guilty. What Isn't there a gram limit? Do you tell women try to eat under this many grams of sugar a day process sugar added sugar whatever. So I, would send people to nutritionist. Four the teasing our if they really WANNA count their matt grows in there might grows and things like that. General. Guidelines I do tell people. Like. One of the best things they can do for themselves is to be sugar free and really do no added sugar now does that mean you don't eat fruit note for it's not an added sugar in a sense, right? It's it's healthy food. But when my sugar level start to climb up all I did was I had to I was like it was definitely getting to the pre pre diabetic range and I realized I was having a smoothie every morning our cut like. Berries and Jews and own brunch of fruit because it was Yummy bananas I had been outed every day. On Aware smoothie with all Wrong. But. I just did this movie. So I put berries at net. And instead of banana if I if you want the consistency of the snooty. Jozef Congo. Yes where do we stand on? Ice Cream cake. Is You, ice cream cake is amazing. But. It's a tree. Out to treat. Treatment US right I. Naturally, if you're gonNA, have you look at me if you're going to have ice cream get the real stuff. On Fat crabby has no flavor and then you can eat three scoops. Because responsive dairy. Well. No I don't do dairy much but I do want to treat. Oh I'll see you on the handout you have very strong vote of confidence for healthy fats daily. meaning. All nuts seeds not voters yeah. This is like. That's advice any any groping get behind? Yes..

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"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Your genetics and eating for your genetics we're taking supplements for your genetics. So that's a piece of the stress bubble shoot right of the mind body connection. What else can you do for stress? So Exercise Right York. Listened to me over the years right. I would ask you about that. So I I had you re sent me this amazing annual exam handout that you that you give to me every time I see you and there are some hard truths on this. Some some texture tells the swallow and I I Kinda WanNa put you on the spot almost like explaining again, I have to do this and explain to the audience by you think maybe they should do it. So exercise you. You. You put you. You Save thirty minutes of daily moderate exercise and try to aim for five times per week. Do you really need that or are you just Note on the note. The bottom line is. The average person needs thirty minutes five days a week. There are certain women who have like if you've ever heard the policies sticker barons syndrome word or people with. Diabetes their family and things like that, and in some any sixty minutes every day. And so exercise we are meant to be hunters. We're not meant to sit at the computer zoo right. Don't remind me. Likes areas of. Now it doesn't mean it doesn't mean you have to run every day like you could do yoga one day and swim another and walk another like it doesn't have to have to be hard core. our hit workout. Right. You could go from either go for walk. Walk. A slow walk medium what locked? That's fine. Right I would probably say medium walk not super slow. So walking the dog and the dog sniffs at every tree but having said that I was still better. Yeah. Still getting and sitting sitting all day long right. But all the trees they smell so good Y-. Dogs. Defense. One hundred and twenty minutes. A week of nature will lower the incidence of depression. A MAC and be that could be two hours on a weekend. You go to the beach for two hours or sitting par in look at the trees or twenty minutes a day. Right. But there's there's randomized control trials is like that helps full of gas in helps depression. So that's another one that's the green leafy vegetables. You guys it is still so hard for all of us to believe that after Carolina and I. Basically, got into a physical fight over there eyeliner. That this company is sponsoring us, it's glossy Glossy there. They. Make skincare makeup body care fringe products, and you know them for popularizing the Julie's skin look in their community driven. Which is obviously what glowing up is all about about glossy is constantly in conversation with community about the best ingredients technique stream products now tate packaging you know they're really listening to all of us to craft the greatest products that we all are dreaming about why and their skincare has products future do invisible shield bubble wrap. Oh my God there. I shadow ones are maya absolute favorite in the shade pebble. I love. They're priming moisturizers. They have priming moisturizer rich, which is really thick buttery. They have the priming moisturizer balance, which is actually more for oily combination skin. However, I will say I've been using that one. It hasn't worked like a GEL consistency and I've been mixing that one with my Cc Cream in the morning and it gives me a really nice why that won't work. So good for me, which is doesn't really make sense for my skin tight, but it's really been loving it. future do isn't royal serum. that. Gives you that host facial glow like right instantly, you don't even have to go to hot yoga. You can just get hot yoga face with future do. The by the Way Sky Wash is the name of I product that I was just rambling out the shaved pebbles my favorite they have really pretty like nude tones in apricot. Colors, and of course, their Mascara Lash like I. Want to not you guys get it it's glossy.

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"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

06:57 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"I just kept running, right? I was a runner from the time I was in seventh grade and. Love to run writing, my best times were running but I didn't even realize I was running through life to get from destination to destination degree to degree. You know what comes next now it's time for kids. Oh now for this free and. I didn't. I never stopped my days started and I kept running until the end of the day and then somewhere around forty I think I started like, wait we we. started. asking. Questions. And it probably wasn't until fifty. At my friend, introduce me to meditation. And basically told me I had to meditate and I was like why run I don't eat too much. And she said, no, no, no, you have to meditate. And I didn't want to be the only for a friend in the friend group to not. Meditate. I learnt to. Meditate. and. It's been. It's great because it gives me time every day to just be. Doing enough, but I do teach everybody to do it. Yeah so that's that's my summary. I guess of. figure out the kind of life you lived in don't live someone else's life. It's so it's such good advice. So thoughtful. And I stress like stresses the great killer I think stress. So insidious. In exotic. Yeah. Stress in all its forms you know I'm sure everyone knows this but it's worth mentioning. You know it's so not just limited to your stress doesn't just live in the head. It can just take a toll on your whole body on your wellness and it's so tied in I think overall health. And I'd like. I'd love to talk more about general like physical and mental coping tips for stress and wellness whether not being Meditation Ryan Dramatic Meditation has one. So stress you know our Carolina print this before, but I talk about the mind body connection and. I think the biggest thing for me I joke about traditional medical care is an traditional medicine as we didn't really understand kind of the brain and the thoughts, and so we use kind cut off the top and we talk about the body each but nothing happens in vacuum right? Your heart doesn't beat without your brain thinking and you've Regina you know pulsating and all that other stuff, right? Not Raw the mind vagina. Yeah. Well, it's really funny. Just a friend of mine or woman I know who lectures on on finding a relationship right head hard who she says don't compromise in any area got to be one hundred percent for both. Lava. In. But the mind in the body are so concerned. and. The. People think of it all you're just telling me at psychosomatic in. It's not because if you're. Like if your body's not doing well, if you're not eating right like your food is brain food, right? It's food to help you think it's helping move. It's it's energy. It's not social like what I want to eat right it's actually energy for your body right and. So if you're not getting the right nutrition, let's say you're irons lower your B twelve is low. You're going to be your irons flow super-low. You'RE GONNA be super anxious like I had a patient who she lost a lot of iron because she was hemmorhaging every month and she said she kept going to the doctor saying I have nothing to be anxious about my life is perfect. The only thing I'm anxious about that I'm hemorrhaging every month but I'm really anxious on too scared to go to sleep at night. And all I wanted to do was give her anti-anxiety agents and she's like, but I don't think there's anything wrong with me. Mentally I'm just telling you. There's something wrong with me because I'm hemorrhaging every month. and. By the time she got me she she she should have been dad her her matic was so low. Long story short the bleeding stopped her we built for IRA backup anxiety went away. So her body was telling her don't go to sleep your dogging. Nuts and there's a lot of people who are not VAT anemic to be to make the correlation, but their iron is really low and they may have anxiety. There's also on your all your vitamins or cofactors for all the enzyme processes in all your cells, and if you don't have the right vitamin levels right than all these energy processes don't work in your cells and a bunch of those make your neurotransmitters and so if you're not making the right neurotransmitters, right why do we take? PROZAC. It's a Serotonin reuptake inhibitor it makes your serotonin levels go up. Why do you eat chocolate before your period? It makes your frequent serotonin levels go up. Okay. It's we crave foods and the menstrual cycle because it actually helps us deal with our motions and we each of us also has own unique DNA. DNA mutations or we don't even call them. They're very I WANNA stay. So everybody has a little but certain variations in the DNA may affect how fast or slow those enzyme processes war. I have there's a mutation I actually learned about another like, Oh, I I knew I had I had one copy of it and the minute I heard about what it does to your neuro transplant. I was like, Oh, my sister's going to have to 'cause she's more anxious than me and sure enough she did right and it was like because it's DNA when you get startled. Or you get like you know you slam on the brakes 'cause you just miss the money in the car and you you have a fighter flight all your effort came out because like Oh my God, I just almost hit somebody. Most of us, ten minutes later in the body's metabolize that out of your body and you calm down right you really startled and then you're like. Okay now. But if you have these double mutation, it takes you like an hour to calm down. So every time you get in a little argument or a little tiff with somebody or you get scared it's magnified. But if you take, you might be able to modify that by taking other. Nutrients so that that enzyme works better. And then you're so much more calm ray so. That's personalized medicine in a nutshell, knowing.

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"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

08:58 min | 5 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Questions requests anything. So taxed this number, it's eight, four, seven, six, four, eight, nine, zero, nine, eight, again, eight, four, seven, six, four, eight, nine, zero, nine, eight, please tax any anything. When I anything, please. But the products I got. No I got an because is I feel like if you're listening to this show, I know that you know what's up and then that was really complimentary myself an our show, but you get it and then. Also Caroline sells masks on her website Caroline, Goldfarb dot com, and they're really funny. I have the spheres. One has a Fran Drescher one definitely check those. If you haven't yet I, know they're all over the Internet they're selling like crazy and some of you guys might I know this? I have a solo podcast. It's called Esther Club it comes out every Tuesday. So if you're used to getting your Monday fix from here, you want something on Tuesday Estra Club. The past few episodes it's kind of leaning towards like self help which I guess is just what my body needs right now to tell the world So there's an episode about being assertive about self esteem about self love. Self, love is not just masturbating. So out Estra Club, it's on Youtube and wherever you listen to your podcasts and. Without further ado the doctor Caroline's vagina. Here we go. Hey. Esther. Hey Caroline how are you doing? What's new? What's Goss? I'm great. I'm always excited to see your face and talk to you and I WANNA die frightened right in because we have a guest today who I am more questions for than possibly humanly imaginable. So Carolina, you do the honors of introducing this woman as she as i. do think that you guys know each other quite a bit better than I know her yup, I mean this woman knows me better than anyone in my life I, don't. Know she knows that better than my mom, my dad, my significant up not actually no, she's a equal on equal with my significant other. She didn't agree having this. This guest on is a dream. I've always have it's been years in the making I'm so honored and excited that we were able g able to finish it into her busy schedule. Today, we have on Dr Tina Cooper Smith who is my overall doctor and more importantly my guy no. And I. Rely. Tell US everything. We need to know about. Caroline's China. Yeah. He's not using. Our. I. How how is it? Is it healthier? The rumors true is it really green? Very Out Green Light Shrek, right? So. My kids are all Shrek so I can say that so. That's their last name. Is here to help me announce that I have a rare disease called Shrek, pussy? No. He's here to help raise awareness for racing ascot in all seriousness this woman. Dr Cooper's is such an amazing woman. Amazing doctor. She's not just yes she's an amazing dino. She's an incredible doctor who knows so much but she's also so knowledgeable on all things wellness and all things female wellness. Whether or not it's nutrition Integrative. Medicine end and she's extremely well versed in like female sexuality and all these different things that should be part of our wellness practice meditation so much stuck in every time I go to Dr Cooper. Smith after she pulls her hand out of my nether regions fish with her scraping in her polling. She I always got the best conversations with her about all things wellness and I just love energy lovers so much. So happy she's here will I am very ill all the time mentally and physically so I ready to I'm ready to learn. So the opposite of wellness which is ease is this. No disease, right. So Disease Israeli disease, the body out of ease right? Our body should slow and feel great in feel well. Disease is when we don't flow. Allow that's guy. Is Not flowing. We WanNA WE WANNA float down the river of life right and if we had an obstacle, we want to go up it around it not try and go through it, but we want to just figure out how to maneuver. And pivot and keep flowing. And too. Often we struggle because Iraq and you're not GonNa go through the Rock so you have to go up and around it. Oh. Gosh. So I I don't even know where to start I almost want to ask like. This might be kind of a broad question but what are some of the like main wellness complaints that you see from women of me and Esther's generation and our age Feel unique or you know feel. Like important to bring up and talk about. I would say at every age it stress ride and it's how. Everybody in America feel stress right now with Cohen, its legs stress on steroids right. Like we're stuck inside and. We don't know who to talk to how to talk to them. You wear masks do not wear West. Yes. Please mask. I'm indoors right now without anybody around me so I can have a mascot. but. So I think in Your Age Group It's designing your life and people are stressed out because. It's really easy. I think through age I don't know twenty one to twenty four to just go through the motions of life and what he did you go to school and he get a degree and you keep going and keep going. And then all of a sudden you get out of college. and Oh. Now. Right now, where where's my life going? And for me, I actually that took me. I didn't wake up for many years. I would say I went. To College. Med School. Internship residency, fellowship kids and I never took a break really till I hit forty. Before I kind of went. Oh, I'm actually living life have I thought about how to live right? So but a lot of people get to hit that and I I actually bravely say that it's better to hit that when you're twenty, twenty, one, twenty, four. because. You have many more years to design your life and not go through the default of the path that somehow you chose or somehow chosen for you and you didn't really think through it. So I spent a lot of time with women. At several calls today, right about designing their life, do they freeze their eggs? Do they not freeze their eggs? So they want consider not want kids do they WANNA get married? Do They not get married? You know eat pray Love was a great book right in the first job dirge. She's like in the bathroom hysterical because she realized she she loved the guy she was with, but she didn't want the life. Of being married and having kids and he did. And so she had to make a decision to live her life. She went on to travel and write books and be a really inspirational figure to so many people. But it wasn't hurt life to just be at home and raise kids. And So. Anyway, I think the biggest thing that people in your generation have to. Not, your generation particularly but that age. Is. What kind of life do I wanNA live? And most people. Don't ever actually sit and think about it. They just keep doing. That's what I did..

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"dr tina" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Okay So this grounding again I would also sort of see what was on media that kind of thing but also remember that. We are very situated by where we are in culture so in the seventies things again were very sort of sex. It was just past. The HIPPIE era was kind of love. The one you're with the music you listen to the music in the seventies. That's always a really good way to find out what culture was like is listened to music of that era tosying very sort of love positive sex positive kind of time and so there wasn't as much of that kind of judgment and harshness is certainly wasn't the aggression against women time during that and so. I just didn't get hit with quite as much certainly was some of that stuff. You know that you work your compared not being quite as whatever this or that is beautiful. Adjust not quite as much as I think. Kids for sure are hit with now. Yeah Yeah and so it definitely. I think kids are hit with a ton of that today even I think from I was born in ninety three and I think even throughout early two thousands like it's it was not not the most ex- positive culture to grow up in all right time for a short break. Here it is masturbation month the month of May and I want to share with all the lovely listeners..

"dr tina" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

04:21 min | 8 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Talk about it and now we can get back to the show. I do think very strongly that this episode with Tina is going to be incredibly helpful for you also without any further ado. Let's talk about it. Welcome Tina to the show. Thank you so much for chatting with me today. Thanks so much for having me glad. I'm so excited. So you are actually also a Seattle native. Did you grow up here I did? I did I spent. I took a little bit of a break and was in southern California for my teens and twenties and those people that are around by age. No that we had a big exodus in the seventies. Boeing was our major employer and it had immune layoffs people. So I just turned sixty and there were big billboards up and down. I five that said the last one to go turn off the lights and we were what the families that exited and work. I Sierra Company and so we left right before I went to seventh grade and I look down. My team to twenty cents was actually a great place to live for teams and twenty but to going to Grad school. I was like took my little tiny family. I WANNA to go home. Yeah Yeah Wow. That's that's some great history. They're happy belated birthday. And Yeah you brought up your your dad there and part of in my like to say my my stocking work that I do before I meet with a guest through my investigative research I learned that you really credit a lot of getting into this field and having this open perception and sex positive outlook to your family. Can you talk a little bit about that? I you know I. I didn't realize it till I was probably well into my thirty's back. I say I grew up in a soundbite. Sex families so I grew up in a Swedish immigrant. Family and it was primarily nonreligious. I had these. Two answers fractured three aunts. That have this lovely sort of faith but otherwise it was pretty nonreligious family and but it was a Swedish immigrant family and for those people that know how the northern Europeans do sex in sex education. It's been since the early forties very very sex positive very body positive and so my whole family. My grandparents my great aunts and uncles. Were all that way and so I learned about sexuality and bodies like you learn about brushing your teeth in how you Cook Spaghetti and whatever. It was just an everyday conversation for as long as I can remember with. Everybody and I didn't know that that's not how every family was in. I was in my thirties and And so to me. It was just normal. It was just a good part of life and I looked around and saw it as a good part of everybody else's life and So I didn't really confront the impact of sexual shame until I saw it in the lives of my clients into the lives of my students way later in life. Yeah Yeah and I mean what? A wonderful almost sort of bubble to be it and While also in this American culture Was it. I guess you're saying not until later in life so during your adolescence than and throughout schooling. Then I'd take it that the people that you were around kind of had similar upbringings to you or a similar mindsets. Yeah there was this sort of parallel process. That happened so I had this thing at home that gave me sort of this grounding had a lot of the normal stuff that happens like you know. I thought well I'm I'm built kind of stocky. I was figure skater growing up and so I think if well I'm certainly not because at that point I was in the clubs certainly not as southern California motto..

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"dr tina" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

13:23 min | 8 months ago

"dr tina" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Today we're GONNA be talking sexual shame and religious sexual shame this episode has been own long overdue. And I'm so excited to share this interview with you all my guests. This episode is absolutely fantastic. She does so many things in this space. And I know just going to leave you. All with some relate super valuable information and things to reflect on so. Let me share with you all a little bit about her. This interview is with Dr Tina Sellers and she's a sex therapist and a former professor of marriage and family therapy at Seattle Pacific University. She's the founder of the Northwest Institute on intimacy. She's an ace certified. Supervisor and aspect is the certification for sex therapists. She's a mother she's a wife. She's an author. We're going to talk about her book. Sex Scott and the conservative church that was written to not only just everyday people but also clinicians to help explain what it means to grow up with absence as education or a faith that is mirrored in sexual shame and dysfunction The book actually walks readers through a critique of American culture and the conservative Christian church and its effects on intimate partnerships and lives and then begins to reveal the hidden mystical sex and body positive understanding of sexuality of the Hebrew people and the book also includes strategies for a new sexual ethic for clinical steps to heal sexual shame and specific sex therapy interventions. That clinicians can use directly in their practice and offers a four step model that we're going to get into in this interview for Healing Religious Sexual. Shame and touch 'em non touch exercises that will bring healing and intimacy into your life. Tina does so much in this space and this interview was so amazing. is also currently working on her next book which is intended to help parents raise their children free of sexual shame and appropriate league. He's them about healthy sexuality over each stage of their development so definitely make sure to follow Tina on Instagram at Dr Tina shameless sex To be able to stay in touch and get notifications about when she does drop her new book But otherwise definitely need to check out with sex God and the Conservative church book that she wrote and before we get into the interview with Dr Tina. I do want to share some Listener letters that I received just to set the stage. A little bit for what? Some of you have experienced In terms of religious sexual shame so these are going to be right anonymously and just want to say trooper. Appreciate all of you. Who submitted questions for this? That definitely helps frame the questions that I ask Dr Tina so most of your questions That you did ask around sexual shame and religious sexual shame should get answered in this episode and if not you will have to check out her book for more more resources on this Yeah thank you for your `vulnerability in these two letters and I'm GonNa read with you That really just share a very vulnerable honest look at what their religious sexual shame shapes them to be and how it impacted them our first listener rights. I am a twenty four year old gal from Texas. I was raised in a very religious household. I father was a youth pastor from when I was born to around twelve years old. We left our church after his head. Pastor had an affair and burned his bridges however. My parents are still incredibly religious. From an early age I was taught to be modest and to share my body only with my future husband. Masturbation STACKS AND BODY. Image were completely off limits in my family. No one spoke about them and if they were spoken about it was very very negative. Obviously this contributed to a lot of shame up thankfully I was able to explore a lot of my sexuality when I went off to college and while I still struggle with some aspects surrounding masturbation and sex. I believe it stems from my next point. I was obviously not allowed to have a boyfriend growing up but that was never going to stop me. I wish it had but I was. Young and forbidden. Love was exciting. I started dating my first boyfriend when I was fifteen. It got really abusive really fast and I had no one to speak to about it because of how terrified. I was of my parents. I was actually assaulted by my partner from ages. Seventeen to twenty one. I never spoke a word of this my family until one day years later my dad pieced my mood swings and fear of physical touch together. My Dad was devastated as any parent would be but him and my mother refused to believed that they played any role in what happened to me. I don't necessarily think that they are to blame. But I have had to work through a lot of resentment stemming from the fact that I had no safe adult to speak to. I know my parents did the best they could. But I believe that if there had been less shame around sex and I was able to have an open conversation with them about anything regarding save sacks I might not I might have been more than honest with them about what was happening to me after a lot of therapy and years of hard emotional labor. I'm in the happiest and healthiest relationship with a man who continues to prioritize my safety and wellbeing. I'm also a middle school teacher and I have open conversations with my students once a month regarding safe. Sex Masturbation abortion and other topics that they may not be well educated on. Taylor been such light for me over the last few years. I am so much more open to learning about myself and my body. I hope you know that you make a huge impact on many lives and I'm so thankful to follow such an open and honest person. Thank you so much to this listener for writing. And what their story. I'm like trying to fight back tears here. I am on my period but but this is just so so vulnerable to share and I think that so much of what you wrote in here is exactly why conversations like the one that I'm having with Tina. Today is is essential is absolutely important. The lack of sex education that we receive doesn't teach us what healthy relationship looks like and unfortunately You know you're you're not alone in this happens for so many of us Where we don't understand the healthy boundaries around stacks where we don't understand What it means to communicate about pleasure and about sex in a relationship and like you said in in your letter here that you know there wasn't someone safe to speak to and that is just such a shame and makes my heart really hurt for you and I'm so happy that you're able to have the therapy that you needed and that you are now in a happy healthy relationship. This kind of thing definitely takes years takes years You know if you think about all the years that you were programmed with this kind of thinking around it's GonNa take a while to also reframe that and that's going to take a lot of practice so I'm so proud for you that you were able to have that courage that dedication to put that work and that it is paying off Rio. Stink you so much again for sharing that. That's Oh my gosh emotional. I'm GonNa read one more letter here for you all before. I share this interview with Dr Tina and and here. We go just a quick view for your podcast episode. Today I grew up with an conservative Christian family went Christian schools worked in volunteered at and went to a Christian University. The conditioning around sex was sex. Equals bad if you have sex. You are a bad person. The decision to not wait until marriage was a months and months long. One what I still be me what God still love me. Is this okay or wrong? Terrible sin expressing your sexuality and feeling whole with sexuality as a part the whole of yourself seems like so many big things to work through having had sex took years for me to not feel guilt about a big win. I don't feel guilty about having sex. I've had casual sex and I'm living with someone now and I don't feel guilty about those things. I thought I was over it. But it's all the small ways in which it messes with you being passive celebrated and a Christian conservative perspective about sex stacks. Reality is something you ignore about yourself and deny and the negative thing about human nature that you have to repress sweet can be very difficult to figure out how to express his part of yourself and how to bring it in as a part of your person. Being a woman who knows and expresses her own sexuality is so discouraged in that culture and learning how to do that is hard and takes a lot longer than letting go of the guilt. It's something I've learned in the last few months. It's something I haven't addressed and need to go to therapy for really. So that's the plan when all this is over. I feel like I'm rambling. But I just want to emphasize that. Not only being sexually active communicating. Saying what you want exploring your sexual south. All of that is harder to know that religion has affected it and how to change it then the face of just shame and guilt. Thanks an I super enjoy normalizing things. I still find hard to talk about and discuss easily. Thank you so much to this listener for writing this letter. I'm going to try to not cry again. I I WANNA say that. I'm really really really looking forward to you. Listen to this interview with Tina. I'm really happy that you are going to addresses going to therapy and that you don't have to wait until all this is over. There are online resources One will share in this episode and Yeah there's a lot of therapists are seen people Remotely virtually now so definitely. Don't feel like you have to wait until quarantine time is done to receive that help But I also just want to say that. Yeah this this guilt or shame can present itself in so many different ways and there's layers here right pull back and my goodness. I just want to hug both of these listeners. And so so appreciate you being vulnerable here with me. I do believe that God will still love you having sex Whoever the Scott is Frio and I want to preface thrust of this episode. With just saying that you know none of this is a bash. That God is bad or that. You shouldn't have faith or that you shouldn't have your religion That's not at all what this is and I just wanted to be very clear about that. That he'll kind of here as as interview with Tina goes that You know it's important to figure out what your values are and that your values are present in your faith and in your religion All I'll let her continue to share on that end but again want to say. Thank you so much for those of you that wrote these letters and submitted your questions that we get. Turn this episode Please be sure to share this with your friends If you know anyone who has struggled with sexual shame which. Let's be honest really everyone regardless if it's religious sexual shame or not The way that we fight through this shame is through talking about it. Silence only feeds shame. So the more that we hear these things the more we know that we're not alone. The less shame that we feel in it the more encouraged feel to share our own stories and there is so much so so so much power in that so definitely be sure to share this with a friend or two And if you have time after this podcast love for you to leave a review on itunes either just to star rating or Leave a sentence or two about you. Know what you took away from the episode. What you like about the show as a whole Super appreciate all of your support in this and having these really tough conversations and I hope that it is super helpful for you all. I just want this to be helpful all right time for a short break here. I get so many messages on the regular about therapy and what resources are available online for therapy and so I wanNA share with.

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New York - Study to determine incidence of novel coronavirus infection in U.S. children begins

WBBM Early Afternoon News

01:50 min | 9 months ago

New York - Study to determine incidence of novel coronavirus infection in U.S. children begins

"The national institutes of health is conducting a study to learn more about how cool that nineteen is affecting kids most children have milder corona virus symptoms in adults that has doctor Turner rule reports some of inward severe complications I would never in a he instantly and be in the hospital sixteen year old karla Duarte is a corona virus survivor the high school junior from New York is one of the relatively few children in the U. S. to have severe complications from cove in nineteen our numbers when I think probing asked again level was not improving doctors told Carla's mom Anna they had one treatment option left in ECMO machine which pumps and oxygen needs the patient's blood outside the body when they told me about the machine they said you know this is fifty eight after seven days on ECMO and five more on a ventilator Carla's condition finally improved she was sent home after twenty one days in the hospital you never had any medical problems before that serious cases like Carlos are rare complicating the efforts of investigators we have much less experience because the children are just getting lost six so there are many fewer children interacting with the healthcare system and being tested Dr Tina harder to a Vanderbilt school of medicine is leading a new NIH study remotely monitoring about two thousand children and their families in eleven cities nationwide she says that more data should be collected before a decision is made to send kids back to summer camp or school I think it's really risky to base decisions about this based on the fact that children get less sick from this virus because that does not equal children being less likely to transmit the virus we're not completely sure what are the risk factors for why these children get sick with co

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Delaware second grader dies from flu complications

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Delaware second grader dies from flu complications

"Devastated Delaware County school children will be offered counseling when classes resume on Tuesday the sudden death of a second grader at Worrell elementary has created a wave of grief through the marble community is K. Y. W.'s Pat tadi a lot of tears are expected in comfort will be needed when Worrell elementary school children realize they will no longer see Matthews arcs bright smile or feel his kindness the second grader died unexpectedly from flu related complications on Sunday night the official word about a sudden death coming from Marple Newtown school superintendent Dr Tina came in a letter she shared that Matthew was always offering help to his classmates and teachers and love being with this friends the Pennsylvania department of health has been tracking the flu this season and for the week ending February eighth there had been forty seven flew associate at that no deaths have been reported in the youngest age group people eighteen and younger so Matthews could be the first fatality in that age group this will see superintendent is asking families to keep Matthew's parents and his older brother Jake up in their thoughts as they try to cope with this unimaginable loss hi Connie Hey why

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Prostitution, Gabriella Cologne and East Brunswick discussed on Steve Trevelise

Steve Trevelise

01:06 min | 3 years ago

Prostitution, Gabriella Cologne and East Brunswick discussed on Steve Trevelise

"Now the latest new jersey news from nj one zero one five dot com free people face charges for their roles in the prostitution of an underage girl twenty two year old richard ortiz eighteenyearold gabriella cologne are accused of forcing a child to engage in sex acts for money in several north jersey hotels old aria goodman of east brunswick are registered sex offender is believed to have solicited the child on multiple occasions governor murphy says new jersey needs one point six billion in new taxes to take the state's economy off life support the governor's proposing thirty seven point four billion dollar budget expecting the extra revenue to come from taxes on millionaires a sales tax hike and changes in how businesses are taxed several state lawmakers from both parties are opposed to these changes we're in the second week of april but garden state residents are still coming down with the flu while overall flu activity is starting to wayne state wide we are seeing that of the samples that come back positive for flu proportion of b is higher seed epidemiologist dr tina tan says earlier this year influenza a was the predominant strain health officials say it's still not too late to get a flu.

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