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"dr. ross" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

06:03 min | 3 months ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"So here's the big question what is natural moral law and what does it have to do with genesis? ? Excellent question was I see it I go conception of natural moral law. . Entails at least the following to commitments. . So the first commitment would be something like this. . That God has built into the natural created order a moral dimension. . So just as you might think, , a piece of wood has sort of natural grain to it that. . So to the moral realm has a natural grain too it that's grounded in God's creation intentional purposes. . So, , that would be the first tenant which all impact here in a second, , and then the second thing would be that God has so created human beings with unique capacity to both know and live in accordance with this moral grain for the sake of living well I think one passage that's absolutely insightful in biblically rich which I wish we had more time to unpack is proverbs eight, , twenty to thirty six. . You might be asking what is proverbs eight, , twenty to thirty, six , with Genesis wanted to help to show you. . So. . If you permit me, , let me just read very quickly a twenty to thirty six proverbs chapter eight. . So this is what twenty two says. . The Lord possessed me at the beginning of his work, , the first of his acts of all ages ago. I. . . Was set up at the first before the beginning of the Earth when there were no depths, , I was brought forth when there were no springs abounding with water before the mountains have been shaped before the hills I was brought forth before he had made the earth with its fields or the first of the dust of the world when. . He established the heavens there when he drew a circle on the face of the deep when he made firm the skies above when he established the fountains of the deep when he assigned to the sea, , its limit so that the waters might not transgress his command when he marked out the foundations of the Earth then I was beside him like a master workman and I was daily his delight rejoicing before him always rejoicing in his inhabited world and delighting in the children, , of ma'am. . And now it was sons listen to me blessed are those who keep my waves here instruction and be wise and do not neglect it less. It . is the one who listens to me watching daily at my gates waiting beside my doors for whoever finds me finds life and obtains favor from the Lord but he fails to find mean injures himself. . So a proverbs aid is is a wonderful passage that a uses a literary device here with respect to the personification of wisdom. . So the idea your calls that we have a god has this intimate companion here. . From the first act of creation onwards in in its denoting the fact that all of God's creative acts from the creation of the starry expanse to the separation of male and female there founded on and patterned after God's wisdom. . So God. . In proverbs eight here is is depicted as an expert craftsman master Workman's beautiful picture really <hes>. So . he's sort sort of starts with this meticulous plan. . Any sort of skillfully fashions out of an unstructured pile of material something with strength. . And Integrity it's actually really interesting here in proverbs eight, , we have in a mere eight verses, , a span of eight from twenty to thirty. . There are eleven verbs here that denote God's conferral of order structure and pattern on creation. . This is what I was referencing here a natural grain to the cosmic order. . So for example, , God's set up. . He brought forth. . He shaped he made he established he drew a circle very interesting sort of craftsmanship. . Pictures. . Here he made firm he assigned a limit any marked out the boundaries of his creation with skillful precision. . And Care. . So you have you have these. . Images that portray God is the master workmanship in you just can't read proverbs eight Kyle without without your mind going back to genesis one through two. . So it was beautiful about proverbs eight is just naturally points back to the original creation account were I think God's skillful craftsmanship in creation is on full display. . In particular, , we see in Genesis a genesis chapter one God will separating things apart and he's binding them together again, , his craftsmanship on full display here. . So for example, , in Genesis, , one, , God separating light from darkness, , he's separating the waters above from the waters below the expanse he's separating day from night he's separating see from land dwelling creatures sue separating. . From the rest of the creation, , he separating male from female, , and he's separating of the seventh day of rest from the rest of the six days of his pre more. . So you see him not only separating apart, , but you actually see him interestingly enough uniting things together as well. . And I think there are three important ways your kyle in in which we see God his master craftsmanship on display in binding things together and giving them natural integrity in strength. . So first of all <hes>, , we have genesis one, , twenty, , seven. . When God Unites Himself to human beings by making them in his divine image <hes> were made to reflect the radiance in the purposes of God. . So there's something about the way that we are constructed Kyle. . that. . That makes the case that God is our final ultimate end. . He is our greatest. . Good. . Were made in the image and likeness of this being who is a relational through and through and that nothing else can satisfy but union with God's

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What is Natural Moral Law? with Dr. Ross Inman

Knowing Faith

06:03 min | 3 months ago

What is Natural Moral Law? with Dr. Ross Inman

"So here's the big question what is natural moral law and what does it have to do with genesis? Excellent question was I see it I go conception of natural moral law. Entails at least the following to commitments. So the first commitment would be something like this. That God has built into the natural created order a moral dimension. So just as you might think, a piece of wood has sort of natural grain to it that. So to the moral realm has a natural grain too it that's grounded in God's creation intentional purposes. So, that would be the first tenant which all impact here in a second, and then the second thing would be that God has so created human beings with unique capacity to both know and live in accordance with this moral grain for the sake of living well I think one passage that's absolutely insightful in biblically rich which I wish we had more time to unpack is proverbs eight, twenty to thirty six. You might be asking what is proverbs eight, twenty to thirty, six with Genesis wanted to help to show you. So. If you permit me, let me just read very quickly a twenty to thirty six proverbs chapter eight. So this is what twenty two says. The Lord possessed me at the beginning of his work, the first of his acts of all ages ago. I. Was set up at the first before the beginning of the Earth when there were no depths, I was brought forth when there were no springs abounding with water before the mountains have been shaped before the hills I was brought forth before he had made the earth with its fields or the first of the dust of the world when. He established the heavens there when he drew a circle on the face of the deep when he made firm the skies above when he established the fountains of the deep when he assigned to the sea, its limit so that the waters might not transgress his command when he marked out the foundations of the Earth then I was beside him like a master workman and I was daily his delight rejoicing before him always rejoicing in his inhabited world and delighting in the children, of ma'am. And now it was sons listen to me blessed are those who keep my waves here instruction and be wise and do not neglect it less. It is the one who listens to me watching daily at my gates waiting beside my doors for whoever finds me finds life and obtains favor from the Lord but he fails to find mean injures himself. So a proverbs aid is is a wonderful passage that a uses a literary device here with respect to the personification of wisdom. So the idea your calls that we have a god has this intimate companion here. From the first act of creation onwards in in its denoting the fact that all of God's creative acts from the creation of the starry expanse to the separation of male and female there founded on and patterned after God's wisdom. So God. In proverbs eight here is is depicted as an expert craftsman master Workman's beautiful picture really So he's sort sort of starts with this meticulous plan. Any sort of skillfully fashions out of an unstructured pile of material something with strength. And Integrity it's actually really interesting here in proverbs eight, we have in a mere eight verses, a span of eight from twenty to thirty. There are eleven verbs here that denote God's conferral of order structure and pattern on creation. This is what I was referencing here a natural grain to the cosmic order. So for example, God's set up. He brought forth. He shaped he made he established he drew a circle very interesting sort of craftsmanship. Pictures. Here he made firm he assigned a limit any marked out the boundaries of his creation with skillful precision. And Care. So you have you have these. Images that portray God is the master workmanship in you just can't read proverbs eight Kyle without without your mind going back to genesis one through two. So it was beautiful about proverbs eight is just naturally points back to the original creation account were I think God's skillful craftsmanship in creation is on full display. In particular, we see in Genesis a genesis chapter one God will separating things apart and he's binding them together again, his craftsmanship on full display here. So for example, in Genesis, one, God separating light from darkness, he's separating the waters above from the waters below the expanse he's separating day from night he's separating see from land dwelling creatures sue separating. From the rest of the creation, he separating male from female, and he's separating of the seventh day of rest from the rest of the six days of his pre more. So you see him not only separating apart, but you actually see him interestingly enough uniting things together as well. And I think there are three important ways your kyle in in which we see God his master craftsmanship on display in binding things together and giving them natural integrity in strength. So first of all we have genesis one, twenty, seven. When God Unites Himself to human beings by making them in his divine image were made to reflect the radiance in the purposes of God. So there's something about the way that we are constructed Kyle. that. That makes the case that God is our final ultimate end. He is our greatest. Good. Were made in the image and likeness of this being who is a relational through and through and that nothing else can satisfy but union with God's

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"dr. ross" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

03:12 min | 3 months ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Welcome to after the fact and knowing faith mini episode where we look at a big question and address it in just a few minutes. Typically, the questions we consider will line up with our larger topic for the season that certainly true for our time today. In Genesis one through eleven on knowing fate this season today to chat with Dr Ross Inmate Dr. Inman is an associate professor of philosophy at the Southeastern Baptist theological seminary. If you showed up on campus, you might find him teaching in the Master of Arts or even in the PhD programs for politics and philosophy. He is also the editor, a Philosophic Christie, the Academic Journal of the Evangelical, Philosophical Society Dr Ayman Welcome to after the fact, and thank you for joining us child's my pleasure to be here. Thanks for having me. So here's the big question what is natural moral law and what does it have to do with genesis? Excellent question was I see it I go conception of natural moral law. Entails at least the following to commitments. So the first commitment would be something like this. That God has built into the natural created order a moral dimension. So just as you might think, a piece of wood has sort of natural grain to it that. So to the moral realm has a natural grain too it that's grounded in God's creation intentional purposes. So, that would be the first tenant which all impact here in a second, and then the second thing would be that God has so created human beings with unique capacity to both know and live in accordance with this moral grain for the sake of living well I think one passage that's absolutely insightful in biblically rich which I wish we had more time to unpack is proverbs eight, twenty to thirty six. You might be asking what is proverbs eight, twenty to thirty, six with Genesis wanted to help to show you. So. If you permit me, let me just read very quickly a twenty to thirty six proverbs chapter eight. So this is what twenty two says. The Lord possessed me at the beginning of his work, the first of his acts of all ages ago. I. Was set up at the first before the beginning of the Earth when there were no depths, I was brought forth when there were no springs abounding with water before the mountains have been shaped before the hills I was brought forth before he had made the earth with its fields or the first of the dust of the world when. He established the heavens there when he drew a circle on the face of the deep when he made firm the skies above when he established the fountains of the deep when he assigned to the sea, its limit so that the waters might not transgress his command when he marked out the foundations of the Earth then I was beside him like a master workman and I was daily his delight rejoicing before him always rejoicing in his inhabited world and delighting in the children, of ma'am. And now it was sons listen to me blessed are those who keep my waves here instruction and be wise and do not neglect it less. It is the one who listens to me watching daily at my gates waiting beside.

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"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

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"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

03:23 min | 3 months ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"The good part of the story is. This research showed that it could be reversed. By either pro by addicts or exercise exercise is important in this microbiome, it will get into that at some point. Of course diet is is critical. Diet is critical. Our are the western Diet, the plasticized diets killing us. And depending on on the composition of our gut bacteria, it can make us more or less susceptible to stress and how we react stress. And there's some research out there showing that the gut bacteria may contribute to post traumatic stress disorder. But this this is an animals but you know if we could. Keep our bacteria. Balanced with a good supplement and good eating good pre imposed -biotics and exercise. Why not? And you. You've heard US talk about leaky gut. Syndrome. Were you take another steroidal anti inflammatory drugs like Ibuprofen or advil and things that shouldn't pass through the lining of the intestine pass through people a lot of allergies. Because it makes this layer thinner. Okay so Gushing you don't WanNA BE GERM-FREE THAT'S FOR SURE Irritable Bowel Syndrome can be caused by this and I said an interesting observations that are gut bacteria can make you fatter thin. In that interesting. It was found in this study that obese people animals have lower gut microbiome diversity. There were two studies twelve adult seventy eight children showed that obese subjects. Me I'd last. Bacteria and firm cuties in the. Gut. had well forget all the stuff they didn't have a normal. Normal. Gut Bacteria. It was a large study that confirmed that with one hundred and fifty four subjects. They had reduced bacterial density. There's maybe a thousand different kinds of bacteria so. It's pretty hard just to replace one or two why not have a general replacement Interestingly, enough we talked about Melatonin and diabetes. A Gut microbiome may play a role in certain metabolic diseases like diabetics. To another reason to to balance the gut if you're diabetic. and. UNBALANCED A. Bacteria content of your gut may contribute to heart disease maybe your liberal health by be. Made worse if you don't have the proper bacteria in your gut. And an important for what we're going through. Now with Chinese virus, the gut bacteria are important for immunity. Arm Unity is strongly connected with her gut maybe seventy to eighty percent of our immune cells live. Our Gut. And our. Bacteria these bacteria interact with these cells more specifically, not cells..

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"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"So Dr Ross will tell us how to keep this this gut bacteria healthy. So that's why vaginal bursts important. In, the past that's why maybe some people are healthier because as the baby came through the birth canal. It was flooded with the bacteria from his mother's. They went into the baby's mouth is the ears and baby had a great shot at having a good strong immune system right from the GEICO. Because it got colonized with a lot of these bacteria. And those from the environment. But at the time of a one year age individual. Develops their own unique bacteria profile. And the adult like structure of our gut cars around third year of life. But then when yeah. When the hormones star flowing. Teenage years it undergoes another change. and. There are differences between men and women, and in adulthood, the gut microbiome is relatively stable and it can still be perturbed by life events but generally stable and. Dr Pelton. Rose. Pelton is expert in drug nutrient interactions and how they affect the gut and. We're just wait for him to get here so he can tell us. So in people over age sixty, five this. Community of germs as microbiome, it changes and overall bacterial metabolic processes shortchanged fatty chain fatty acids are reduced the breakdown of proteins. Increase. Okay. So Ladies and gentlemen I'M GONNA. Take a quick break and take this call from Dr Peltonen. Sorry about that Interruption Ladies and gentlemen I think we do have the inevitable rose Dr Ross pelted on the line are you on Dr Ross? Okay. Now, I, don't hear you. I hear you're my cell phone but I don't hear you on the Internet. But it says you're on. All Right Ladies and gentlemen we're having some technical difficulties give us a few minutes and we'll try and work these out. Toy..

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"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"So. Dr Ross will tell us how to keep this this gut bacteria healthy. So that's why vaginal bursts important. In the past that's why maybe some people are healthier because as the baby came through the birth canal. It was flooded with the bacteria from his mother's vagina they went into the baby's mouth is the ears and baby had a great shot at having a good strong immune system right from the GEICO. Because it got colonized with a lot of these bacteria. And those from the environment. But at the time of a one year age individual. Develops their own unique bacteria profile. And the adult like structure of our gut cars around third year of life. But. Then when yeah. When the hormones star flowing? Teenage years, it undergoes another change. And there are differences between men and women, and in adulthood, the gut microbiome is relatively stable and it can still be perturbed by life events, but generally stable and. Dr Pelton Rose Pelton is expert in drug nutrient interactions and how they affect the gut and. We're just wait for him to get here. So he can tell us. So in people over age sixty, five this. Community of germs as microbiome, it changes and overall bacterial metabolic processes shortchanged fatty. Fatty acids are reduced the breakdown of proteins. Increase okay. So Ladies and gentlemen I'm GonNa take a quick break and take this call from Dr Peltonen. Sorry about that Interruption Ladies and gentlemen I think we do have the inevitable rose Dr Ross pelted on the line are you on? Dr Ross? Okay now I don't hear you. I hear you're my cell phone, but I don't hear you on the Internet. But it says you're on. All Right Ladies and gentlemen we're having some technical difficulties give us a few minutes and we'll try and work these out..

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"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

03:41 min | 3 months ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

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"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

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"dr. ross" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:57 min | 11 months ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Full blown anxiety disorder and a quarter of those cases are severe Dr Ross married urges anxious patients to envision themselves getting the novel coronavirus and confront the fear head on go through the mental notions of what it would be like if your neighbor got sick if you got sick not to worry about it ad nauseam but actually to sit and contemplate it thoughtfully intentionally so a couple of minutes each day Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty now to those with spring break or vacation plans coming up a lot of folks to scare they'll be quarantine for a couple weeks when they get back that's the big concern I'm seeing and I was really surprised about that was the primary concern and that concern Willie Watson about getting I contracted the virus now everyone's hearing about the hard hit areas around the world is that where your clients are most hesitant about traveling yeah they're really hesitant about going to Italy because that's been in the news so much and Italy's northern Italy especially is pretty much shut down so what if we had it for wanting to Italy now it wouldn't be running I can tell you that much are you also hearing from people who have not booked yet asking your advice for what they should do as far as waiting or going yeah I think people are taking a wait and see attitude we have been getting a few bookings I'm really surprised that we haven't been getting many cancellations at all but I think there's a general wait and see attitude to see how this all plays out Steve selasky there runs a popular travel guide business is talking with W. CBS anchor Linda Lopez on Monday four twenty two now there are no plans to cancel next to the St Patrick's day parade in midtown Manhattan according to mayor bill de Blasio but they canceled all of them and Ireland there's several trying to slow the spread of covert nineteen there the annual March seventeenth parade in Dublin same day as New York city's next Tuesday usually draws about a half million people there in Dublin right now Ireland has twenty one confirmed covert nineteen cases and in Italy officials expanded a locked out of northern regions of the country to a travel ban now covering the entire country I try to help stop the spread of this new coronavirus in Israel well hope tourists got the sight seeing it already because officials ordered all visitors quarantine for weeks now a month before Passover and Easter and in Spain schools closed in and around the capital of Madrid the only CBS news time for twenty three Benjamin Franklin once wrote mmhm nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes hold on their Benji you can't even be certain of that much thanks to cyber criminals and identity thieves pardon they can file your taxes and take your refund using personal info like your name and social security number the same info you're likely storing and sharing on your devices this sound stand no chance because Norton three sixty with LifeLock protect your devices against.

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The Lowest Limit

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:32 min | 1 year ago

The Lowest Limit

"Hello my favorite murder it's a podcast you like remember that's carrying Kilkare oh that's short of heart from last week you remember it was I believe Thursday of last week were you less checked him and the past hundred thousand Thursdays before though been through so many Thursdays together as it's like we're thirsty thirsty Thursday everybody has everyone's favorite day are you what's going on has your coffee gets tough gross gross sorry sorry sorry Canadians I forgot that people like my sister who have miss a phony a- believe it's pronounced can't have you just drinking coffee into the Mike as a joke okay because they don't like sounds we just got so many hang-ups Yup come back and back I'm sorry a she'll never drink again she's going to die of thirst so will for oh you listener yeah what's up with you you know I see your sparkling nail Polish night it is really nice because I wanted to TV yesterday but feel guilty just doing nothing or watch TV so either paint my nails are so some Shit Oh yeah would even sell in all so like a vintage dress that has a rip on the side just men I'll mend little women style yeah or I'll paint my nails in so that's why I have sparkling nails today I'm calling you Joe why oh one of the sisters I wish you wouldn't know it isn't the best nickname video while my dad's in town that's right as you well know because I am armed Jim out two minutes trank God for Vince a role because I couldn't I was like I'm GonNa have to dad come to the studio while we record for two hours and we're going to be in a little room yelling fuck and my dad's GonNa be sitting outside with his arms crossed and he'll be like no in here it's fine but he can't like sit his hip is hired or either that or try to wrangle him into an Uber by himself never right couldn't do it yet could do it my my sister had taken uber to a firemen's lunch recently she's like do not drive to environments launch where all you do is drink but we were both so worried we're like what if it's a really low car he can't get into an out of a low carb says he is GonNa get into a stranger's car now he's going to need to see his ID he's I don't mind dad drives a newborn I don't even think he can you know how to order and get into take a ride from hoover car is like if it was if he calls one he won't get it I was actually just telling him how proud I am that he is the kind of person that at least tries to operate in the modern world yeah because I said and he said this to me because we of course we immediately start talking about politics and the way things are because it makes me very happy that my dad is not a Republican arrive at you I wish you would keep I have hope so but I said part of it must be the intense fear people who grew up without computers Alton it's younger people can't imagine it but like my parents people baby boomers knows people at that age it's not just liberals they want US use the word Burlson say that's the enemy or that's he's ruined everything what they're really scared of his technology because they don't understand it and they don't interact with it that much and when they don't do yeah they yeah when they do it's like everyone's coming to get your thing lock your door Indiana this flag what their media that what the earn too for trump laura is and so it's just like I'm like that it's just the idea that you have that iphone yeah access and you try to do things is like the whole spirit of all of it is just like get in there a little bit look your old but you're still doing shit that's all we're saying just live in the fucking real world basically one of the golden girls just on click off like you told your children's so many years before turnoff that TV Saturday getaway from the pipeline that says you're you should be in fear of the other person but don't go overboard like Mardi and like go full fledged into Instagram I was sixteen I got on the Internet and was in chat rooms and Shit I would've fucking broken my neck had known that I was just talking to strangers whoever a just take all comers now he's doing yeah 'cause now he's sixteen the Internet six year olds sixteen all the emojis he said Oh my God his number one Emoji from Martin which is number one over can I call Marty he'll do a lot of cars like I'm headed over car or like I'm headed over to your car in a car to your house Emoji your thumbs up that's good yeah once I don't use I feel like feeling the Emoji use I told you this when my sister I started using Emoji it made me laugh so hard 'cause is the opposite of her purse yeah yeah it's like this Super Cutesy so she'd be like a he'd be like call me dummy and then if he like a puppy rainbow laughing Ryan random one yes you're just a straight six of tax me sometimes as you really cute like Elvis drying on the international send it to me I know look very sweet she is going to be happy you know what it is she's a she is a lurker of our whole situation she's enjoys it but she isn't going to enjoy it to our faces right that's not how she does and now but I think she can be a little sweeter to me in that way because yes we don't have just decades his bad history huge scar long ugly scars Yeah Right speaking of rollout teach me we'll try it with my sister sometime and then we'll talk lead I have great conversational and I see her I like her yeah she's her personality is more like yours and mine actually yeah that's weird okay but gee switch there's a new MFM animation that's out by Nick Terry Yoga how did this one is simple one of the cello it is the cutest it's so cute unaddressed Moth Man the Mothman is the best one to date I think it's so good Lid and those sunglasses are so hilarious I I have the sunglasses I have a bat costume plan for Halloween yes girl check my instagram it's is going up girl I'm not no more let's say no more but it makes me so happy that like as a kid playing cello the humiliation I went through for it like paid off he has four reasons that this sand girl played Jello it's all we are scooping up all the childhood traumas and processing them and allowing our listeners to process for a try it's a real nice favorite holidays you guys are helping your helpers look for yourself so when he made you so tiny next to that out me so good okay Nick Terry thank you so much yeah you really enhanced the podcast yes it's so exciting yeah to come upon those and also to be able to show people like Got To show my friend who is from Wisconsin and the dairy queen cheese wheel yeah raid why that is so hilarious I can't even explain gene now it's hilarious and I would never play dream yes it's insanity and none of it I don't think either of us would play the podcast where people will be like health love be funny it's almost like look this is only mean when we say after he came into our brains and I was like I got you don't even have to worry about it or talented thanks to the other one that I loved was really simple it looked like a children's book and it was that Blue Oh my God in Ctober is a thing and I think the word of the week is treasure sky's very talented out there speaking of not speaking of you know by now my favorite weekend November first and second in Santa Barbara the packages sold out but they're single tickets to the show so you don't even have to come see us you can go see murder squatter the podcast pick the show you want and go see it or can we announced that we're doing a live show with Attila right our special guests sure I mean we are doing now it's basically the conversation with yeah it's and we're going to make him talk about how he made billy balls and apparently there's going to be some pictures never before seen content from the show that Georgia was so obsessed with eligibility you guys haven't listened to it yet on the podcast platforms yes get out there and listen is a really beautifully well done it true crime but also almost like family deep die at such a good podcast is isn't huge fans of his we're GonNa this hopefully is the first of many collapsed we do with him yeah so go to my favorite weakened dot com to get tickets if you're an LA drive up if you're in sandwiches down yes okay get it wrong I always drive up earlier in Reno Dr Ross yes oh where you are and which way it is we don't have to tell you you have to tell you how to get to Santa Barbara maybe the wrong direction we're not the people and of course we have the fan called in were doing special the video every week on fan cult Friday or has some weird talking head of all of us videos yup someone doing something Karen is about to read to my moon your moon card okay yes I keep on calling com Luna cards that I realized that's because of Luna bars right they're not

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College Students (And Their Parents) Face A Campus Mental Health 'Epidemic'

Fresh Air

11:43 min | 1 year ago

College Students (And Their Parents) Face A Campus Mental Health 'Epidemic'

"Colleges and universities across the country are reporting an explosion of mental health problems verging on an epidemic. According to my guest, Dr be Janet Hibs and Dr Anthony Ross Dane, their new book, the stressed years of their lives is about why college students are more stressed. And how parents can help their kids cope with stress and anxiety and prepare them to become independent after Hibbs is a family and couple psychotherapist. Her son took a medical leave of absence during his first collared spring break to deal with anxiety and depression when he returned home. He was treated by Dr Ross Dane, who chaired, the university of Pennsylvania's task force, and students psychological health and wellbeing. Dr Ross Dan, is a professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at the is Perelman school of medicine and practices at the children's hospital of Philadelphia. Dr Ross Dan, Dr heads welcome to fresh air. Dr dinner. I want to start with you. You say that you've seen a dramatic rise in campus mental illness rates describe what you're seeing on campus. Well, we've always had students come in with anxiety, and depression, or adjustment disorders and having to see a counselor or therapist or psychiatrist to help them through a crisis. What we're seeing now with growing numbers of students coming into campus who already are already being treated for mental illness, who've are on various medications, and who really have learned to manage their illnesses at home but suddenly they're on their own and sometimes they're not following through their own recommended. Treatments were also seeing students coming on with an inordinate amount of anxiety about surviving college and doing well. And we think the anxiety levels are rising, and creating in students, a great amount of both distress when anything goes wrong more of a brittle response to challenges a greater avoidance of risk. So people are really not wanting to move out of their comfort zone and in real. Over reliance on things like alcohol and other substances to help manage things like social anxiety. The good news though, is that they're more aware of that. So we think more of them are coming forward to talk about it. Us server seeing were stress and anxiety in students today. What do you think are some of the causes behind those new levels of stress? Well, we think that the culture has changed in the last thirty forty years and that these students are growing up in the post nine eleven era that they've been exposed to a lot of trauma, both in the media and also in their lives. Many of them school shootings the rise in uncertainty from globalization. And of course, the economic recession of two thousand eight you know, our students today we were young then and the anxiety. We think really had an impact on their families as well as on what they could glean from the news. And of course, being in this twenty four seven news cycle, as well as the internet itself has really created a sort of a different childhood, you're at the university of Pennsylvania, which is a pretty expensive. Yep. School does that. Add to the stress. Oh, house -olutely center. Of this huge investment that you or your family are making in this college students come to school nowadays, very conscious of that of the economic expansion of the sacrifice that, that parents are making and that adds to their burden of, of worry about doing well and about, especially about anything going wrong. I mean we can also talk I think about the preparation for school that many of them have been overprepared in terms of taking tons of AP classes and really packing their CV's with all kinds of activities, and we worry that there's not enough downtime and things that they can do. They're not going to necessarily always result in a great or in someone noticing them. You know, you have to do a lot of family therapy, so you see a lot of families before the child is going to call it. What are some of the stressors that you're seeing in preparation for call in preparing kids to be on their own? The overwhelming majority of high school students today. It somewhere around ninety percent report college as their top stressor and to build on what Tony saying it's not only kids, but their parents who are anxious. So we're living in a culture of fear and many times parents come to me and go what's wrong with kits today? I didn't have these kinds of stressors and this isn't what my college experience was like. And it's important for parents to know we're in what I would call a moment of historic swerve where basically this has been building for about forty years. And then the threat is just spinning out rolling out really fast now with all of the very rapid changes. And so parents have gone into a control mode they used to promote autonomy. That's how I grew up like the free range kid. But now, they're basically. They're exerting more and more control, which makes their kids more anxious and also less prepared for the unpredictable. We knew say, more control what forms of control? Parents are scared that there's only one path linear path to the good life, and silver some parents who are affluent enough. That means the brand name college or top, you know, prep that you can get for other parents. It's just a lot of pressure on the kids. You have to do well, you can't make a mistake. Your chances will be ruined. So we see, especially very smart kids, which some researchers call brainiacs. They have what we call destructive perfectionism, which they cannot tolerate. Not excelling at everything and no one. I mean, typically excels at everything we all have, you know, times when we, we both make mistakes, or fail, and kids don't have as much practice at that today. Because there. Protected from having those experiences and also it freaks their parents out, which makes the kids feel more responsible. I wanna go to something that you mentioned, which is a lot of parents feel like I don't know, when I went to college, I was so happy to get away from my parents and to be independent. So why is my child so reluctant to leave home? Why are they having such a hard time adjusting to being away from home, and I'd like you to reflect on that a little bit because I think it is baffling to a lot of parents. I think most kids are still really happy to leave home. They want to be in the life of the pseudo adult, but what they're unprepared for our what I would call both the expectable challenges that college poses in terms of the requirement for more independence, more ownership of your hours, whether it's sleep saying no to partying managing yourself, basically. And it also is a fact that parents remembrance is that it was less pressure. That's absolutely true. It's a much harsher environment now to same number of slots at these top competitive schools, a lot more applicants and part of what's also going on. Is that as the college for all movement rolled out forty five years ago? It dismantled vocational funding at the federal and community college levels, and even at the public university levels. The underlying message is there's only one path to a good life. And so the pressure on kids who've really, you know drunk the Kool aid. That's the message. They believe is that they'll have as one of the kids, I've treated says a second tier life unless they just keep going to the top top top top schools of everything. And even then they feel they cannot make mistakes. It's all about expectations. Now, there's a certain amount of inev-. Evitable anxiety about transition. I mean we, we call this age the transitional age period of transitional age youth so that we think is natural, the, the feeling that, oh, I don't know quite what I'm doing here, but it's the response that they're having to that uncertainty that we've noticed students have a lot less resilience or preparation. So that's part of what we're trying to do in this book is really talk about readiness social emotional readiness. There's no question. People are actively prepared. I mean they're learning incredible amount nowadays in school. They're learning amazing kinds of things, and the internet has opened up knowledge that was never as available, you know, but it's also created distractions and a lot of pressure. Socially, and more importantly, I think when people get to college, maybe not enough time has been spent in highschool both in the curricular side. And with the family in what we call social emotional readiness or mature. Parity? How do you teach that? I mean what are you what do you mean by preparation? How do you hear somebody else, so fan maturity begin to going back to the comparisons? You know in the past we'd go off to college. Sometimes never our parents would drop us off. But that's it say goodbye, and you're, you're there, once a week phone call. Yeah. Once a week phone call, if you were lucky right now it's constant, you know, texting and Skyping and talking to one another. So there's a lot of closeness and we're not against closeness what, what happens then, though, is that the student doesn't feel like, hey, I really know how to manage this on my own and haven't had a chance to practice. And the way you teach it is really by going through, you know, set of conversations with your kid and saying, hey, you know, let's talk a little bit about, you know, the way you manage your life. But can you get up in the morning and manage your day? I mean, I, I run an ADHD program at Penn, and I got a phone call from a parent a few years back saying, hey, you're the director of the. HD program. My son is coming depend. I said, great wonderful. Congratulations. She says, do you have a wake-up service? I wake up service. Yes, my son can't get up without me getting them up every morning. And so what I I said, listen, we don't have a wakeup service. But I think it's really important that he learned how to wake himself up before he gets college. So that's really what we're saying is learning to manage your life learning to do things. More on your own without constantly checking back and asking for someone's help and also being able to handle things like the risks that college brings and being able to handle social relationships all those conversations, parents and kids really need to have in an open way. So there's a level of helping your child, that's maybe too much help. Exactly, and it comes at a cost right because. Yes, we're giving our kids, everything we have and we care about them, right? But at the same time, what's the message? It's oh you need to succeed or else. We're we're going to really get upset. I think if the message from apparent to kid is like you may not know but we expect that you'll be able to figure it out. Let's see. What happens is different than saying you better do this. You better know that you'd better not mess up, and that the anxiety itself is part of what we want parents to deal with their own anxiety, and then being able to let go in a way. That's more feels more natural. It's okay to not know

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"dr. ross" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on KTRH

"From his early days. Dr Ross you're on the Michael berry show. Go ahead. Yup. Go ahead. Dr Rogge Birmingham, Alabama great. Go ahead. I lost my little girl two years ago. My first rescues, and she was a smarter soya's little dog. I've ever had. I never no. I never knew that. I could love a dog that much. It is amazing. You wouldn't believe? The messages I have received from people this week. About. A dog that they miss from the past once lost and and the deep and abiding love for that dog because dogs. There's so many things. So many shiny things that we chase in this world. And we forget the wonderful beautiful simple things around us. Until they're gone. And then we realize those illusory shiny things that we've been chasing. They do not satisfy us. They are not complete us. They did not make us whole, and they are not wholesome. That what matters most. I don't think there's anything that's important in this world that wasn't in this world one hundred years ago. Or two hundred years ago. The love and loyalty of adult. The deep and abiding love of your family. Deep abiding committed friendships. Satisfaction at hard work. Having accomplished a goal. I think that what has happened is that the tools to help us accomplish more have become accomplishments in themselves. And so we try to we we we we seek. Fulfillment in the tools. These are just tools social media technology phones. Computers, even automobiles they're just tools. They're just a tool to transport us or to communicate. They're never the end in another himselves. They are not lasting their ephemeral. There are vapor that will be gone. But what matters are the things that existed before computers or technology or anything that could be manufactured in China. That's what matters, and we don't typically know that until we don't have it because you don't pine for your apple phone when you move to the next level, and you don't pine for your, ipad, or even your social media account. When at some point Jack kicks you off. All right. Some points, Zuckerberg steals, all your information and leaves you Solis, and you decide I'm not populating his sight anymore. I'm not making him rich anymore. I'm not letting him mind my information. This was a one way street not didn't see it. This was more bad than good. And I think that it's it's our most meaningful shows our deepest connection with our listeners are when we talk about parenting. Talking about our spouses when we talk about our parents, we talk about our childhood our friendships adoption dogs. Cornbread fried chicken. Her. Go ahead. Hey, Michael honor to speak to you. You are the best. I am a transplant from Houston retired up here in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, and I have a story about my dog from sixty six to about sixty nine. His name was Frank and this echoes back to the police officer that spoke a little earlier and back then we named Frank O after Franks grill on telephone road because we live down a new metal, Brooke. Of forty five. Sure. And Frank if you can get a. Kind of a visual pitcher of Frank. He was a like a Basset hound. Wiener dog. I e a big body little short lakes. I love Basset hounds. I do too. My wife does not call. Weiner dogs Weiner does because they didn't call them with your dogs in India. And she doesn't even call them. Dash which is what we call them here. She calls him, doc Hsun Schumann's, she she pronounce it like German. So she was lo look at that adorable, doc, shoe and just cackle everytime. Oh, there you go. Good story. Thank you for sharing, Debbie. Go. Michael. I just wanna say, you're awesome. Amazing. And I love you. And my brother was a sheriff's deputy. He died last year as well. My sister-in-law had very both of them. And they were such fans of yours. I just wanna say merry Christmas. And we love you. Thank you sweetheart. I'm sorry. I'm sorry to hear that. And I'm sorry. We lost two of our dedicated loyal listeners, Debbie. Go ahead. Right. The best dog in the world was buying Chesapeake Bay retriever name Walker. He was brought to Texas to be a show dog. But that wasn't to be his career. He retained me certified therapy dogs and reading education assistance dog. And he and I work together for ten years touching probably about a thousand people live. That's amazing..

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"dr. ross" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Shelton from his early days. Dr Ross you're on the Michael berry show. Go ahead. Hey, go ahead. Dr Rogge Birmingham, Alabama great. Go ahead. I lost my little girl two years ago. My first rescues, and she was a smartest soya's little dog. I've ever had. I never know never knew that. I could love a dog that much. It is amazing. You wouldn't believe? The messages I have received from people this week. About. A dog that they miss from the past once lost and and the deep and abiding love for that dog because dogs. There's so many things. So many shiny things that we chase in this world. And we forget the wonderful beautiful simple things around us. Until they're gone. And then we realize those illusory shiny things that we've been chasing. They do not satisfy us. They do not complete us. They did not make us whole, and they are not wholesome. That what matters most. I don't think there's anything that's important in this world that wasn't in this world one hundred years ago. Or two hundred years ago. The love and loyalty of adult. The deep and abiding love of your family. Deep and abiding committed friendships. Satisfaction at hard work. Having accomplished a goal. I think that what has happened is that the tools to help us accomplish more have become accomplishments in themselves. And so we try to we we we seek. Fulfillment in the tools is they're just tools, social media technology phones. Computers, even automobiles they're just tools. They're just a tool to transport us or to communicate. They're never the end in and of themselves. They are not lasting their ephemeral vapor that will be gone, but what matters are the things that existed before computers or technology or anything that could be manufactured in China. That's what matters, and we don't typically know that until we don't have it because you don't time for your apple phone when you move to the next level, and you don't pine for your, ipad, or even your social media account. When at some point Jack kicks you off. All right. Some point Zuckerberg steals all your information and leaves you Solis and you decide I'm not populating his site anymore. I'm not making him rich anymore. I'm not letting him mind my information. This was a one way street not didn't see it. This was more bad than good. And I think that it's it's our most meaningful shows our deepest connection with our listeners are when we talk about parenting. Talk about our spouses when we talk about our parents, we talk about our childhood our friendships adoption dogs. Cornbread fried chicken. Her. Go ahead. Hey, Michael honor to speak to you. You are the best. I am a transplant from Houston retired up here in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, and I have a story about my dog from sixty six to about sixty nine. His name was Frank, and this echoes back to the police officer that spoke a little earlier and back then we named Frank after Franks grill and telephone road because we live down a new metro, Brooke. Forty five. Sure, and Frank it. You can get. Kind of a visual pitcher of Frank. He was a like a Basset hound. Wiener dog. I e a big body little short legs. I love Basset hounds. To my wife does not call. Weiner dogs Weiner does because they didn't call them Weiner dogs in India. And she doesn't even call them dash ounce, which is what we call them here. She calls him, doc Schuman's, she she pronounces it like German. So she was some low look at that adorable. Dachshund just cackle every time. Oh, there you go. Good story. Thank you for sharing, Debbie. Go. Michael. I just wanna say, you're awesome. Amazing. And I love you. And my brother was a sheriff's deputy. He died last year as well. My sister-in-law, and I had to bury both of them, and they were such fans of yours. I just wanna say merry Christmas. And we love you. Thank you sweetheart. I'm sorry. I'm sorry to hear that. And I'm sorry. We lost two of our dedicated loyal listeners, Debbie. Go ahead. Hi, the best in the world was buying Chesapeake Bay retriever name Walker. He was brought to Texas to be a show dog. But that wasn't to be his career. He retained me certified therapy dogs and reading education assistance dog. And he and I worked together for ten years talking probably about a thousand people live. That's amazing..

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"dr. ross" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Don't you? Little Blake Shelton. Early days. Dr Ross you're on the Michael berry show. Go ahead. Yep. Go ahead. Dr Iraq, Birmingham, Alabama great. Go ahead allows my little girl two years ago. My first rescues, and she was a smartest soya's little dog. I've ever had. I never no. I never knew that. I could love a dog that much. It is amazing. You wouldn't believe the messages I have received from people this week. About. A dog that they miss from past once lost and and the deep and abiding love for that dog because dogs. There's so many things. So many shiny things that we chase in this world. And we forget the wonderful beautiful simple things around us. Until they're gone. And then we realize those illusory Shani's things that we've been chasing. They do not satisfy us. They do not complete us. They do not make us whole, and they are not wholesome. That what matters most. I don't think there's anything that's important in this world. That wasn't in this world one hundred years ago. Or two hundred years ago. The love and loyalty of a dog, the deep and abiding love of your family. Deep and abiding committed friendships. Satisfaction at hard work. Having accomplished a goal. I think that what has happened is that the tools to help us accomplish more have become accomplishments in themselves. And so we try to we we we seek. Fulfillment in the tools. These are just tools social media technology foams computers, even automobiles they're just tools. They're just a tool to transport us or to communicate. They're never the end in another himselves. They are not lasting their ephemeral vapor that will be gone. But what matters are the things that existed before computers or technology or anything that could be manufactured in China. That's what matters, and we don't typically know that until we don't have it because you don't. Time for your apple phone when you move to the next level, and you don't pine for your, ipad, or even your social media account. When at some point Jack kicks you off. All right. Some points, Zuckerberg steals, all your information and leaves you Solis and you decide I'm not populating his site anymore. I'm not making him rich anymore. I'm not letting him mind my information. This was a one way street, and I didn't see it. This was more bad than good. And I think that it's it's our most meaningful shows our deepest connection with our listeners are when we talk about parenting. Talk about our spouses when we talk about our parents would talk about our childhood our friendships adoption dogs. Cornbread fried chicken. Her. Go ahead. Yeah. Michael honored to speak to you. You are the best. I am a transplant from Houston retired up here in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, and I have a story about my dog from sixty six to about sixty nine. His name was Frank and this echoes back to the police officer that spoke a little earlier and back then we named Frank after Franks grill on telephone road. 'cause we live down a new metro, Brooke. Sure, and Frank it you can get. Kind of a visual pitcher up Frank. He was a like a Basset hound. Wiener dog. I e a big body little short legs. I love Basset hounds. To my wife does not call. Weiner dogs Weiner dogs because they didn't call them weird dogs in India. And she doesn't even call them dash ounce, which is what we call them here. She calls him, doc Schuman's, she she pronounces it like dirt German. So she was lo look at that adorable duck shoe and just cackle every time. There you go. Good story. Thank you for sharing, Debbie. Go. Michael. I just wanna say, you're awesome. And amazing. And I love you. And my brother was sheriff's deputy died last year as well. My sister-in-law, and I had to be about the them. And they were such fans of yours. Say merry Christmas. And we love you. Thank you sweetheart. I'm sorry. I'm sorry to hear that. And I'm sorry. We lost two of our dedicated loyal listeners, Debbie. Go ahead. Hi, the best dog in the world was buying Chesapeake Bay retriever named Walker. Brought to Texas to be a show dog. But that wasn't to be career. He retained me certified therapy dogs. Reading education assistance dog and I worked together for ten years. Probably about a thousand people live. That's amazing. Somebody.

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FDA Tries To Stop People From Abusing Their Pets' Opioids

24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

FDA Tries To Stop People From Abusing Their Pets' Opioids

"Seven the education secretary is reportedly ready who strengthened rights for college students accused of sexual misconduct the changes would give the. Accused Moore rights and, lessen the liability for colleges and. Universities by narrowing the definition of sexual. Harassment the New York Times says they would hold schools accountable, only if formal complaints were filed with proper authorities and only if the incident happened on campus education secretary Betsy? DeVos has said the accused. Are often, denied, due process. And education spokeswoman says any reports of changes. Are speculative and premature Peter King

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"dr. ross" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A nationally Representative sample of more than ten thousand children so one out of every kid is, vulnerable to some kind of self regulatory issue and when you're verbally punitive or physically punitive there's powerful research that shows that exacerbates those kinds of difficulties well Marcel asks does your approach work for kids with oppositional. Defiant disorder. I can, you define what that is and then does your. Approach word yes it does in fact one of the four disciplined, models that I looked at in my reporting is by. Dr Ross green, whose specialty is kids with oppositional defiant disorder which is a diagnosis and it, basically means kids who are severely oppositional, who really will not do what they're supposed to. Do and his model involves connecting with the child Really problem solving with them to get their perspective on what's. Going on that's causing the outburst often these are kids who are in a school setting will run out the classroom will start a fight who'll just really be so difficult to deal with and it's remarkable when you watch the conversations that teachers have using these models in half, hour they can take a child who was so closed off and. Really get them to open up and then the third step is building that child's. Ability to do what's needed in the situation, you always take the toughest problem I and try to solve. That, one you, don't solve all the problems at once but I've followed? Kids who have been discipline using this model and it's really remarkable how? They, turn around. Their lives, his model was used in juvenile Justice settings in locked psychiatric wards were kids were really a threat, to themselves and others so yes I would, say that this model. Not only works with kids with Odidi it's even, more important for those kids to be deeply understood and, that the parents and caregivers get to the View of what's causing their behavior This isn't necessarily oppositional disorder more the question of that I've heard from parents that they feel like their kids being defiant or screaming as a ploy for attention and they. Don't wanna give into that attention they don't wanna play the game. Where they'll give attention for that what? Do, you, do in that case well again I think in the moment, it's very, hard to do anything super affective you wanna wait until another time and then reflect with the child on what, that experience was like for them. What it was like for you you can share that, you were hurt or felt disrespected. And that's when the learning happens when the child's brain isn't excited when they're not. In a fight or flight state the one caveat I would give is that if you are being actively, disrespected as a parent and say you're about to drive that child to a, play date or a birthday party you don't need to be of service to, someone who is actively defying you but you need to be careful not to do it in, a retaliatory or, a negative way. But just say I love you I'm feeling Disrespected and I'm not. Willing to be of service to someone who is disrespecting me and this listener wanted..

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"dr. ross" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Representative sample of more than ten thousand children so one out of every kid is vulnerable to, some kind of self regulatory issue and, when your verbally punitive or physically punitive there's powerful. Research that shows that exacerbates those kinds of difficulties Well my cell asks does your approach work. For kids with oppositional defiant disorder I when, you define what that is and then does your approach workforce Yes it does in, fact one of the. Four disciplined models that I looked at in my, reporting is by Dr Ross green whose specialty is kids. With oppositional defiant disorder which is a diagnosis and it basically means kids who are severely oppositional who really will not do what they're supposed. To. Do and his model involves connecting with the child really problem solving with them to get their perspective, on what's going on that's causing the outbursts often these. Are kids who in a school setting will run out the classroom who will start a fight, who will just really be so difficult to deal with and it's remarkable when you watch the. Conversations that teachers have using these models in half hour they can take a child who was. So closed off and really get. Them to open up and then the. Third step is building that child's ability to do, what's needed in, the situation you, always take the toughest problem I and try to solve? That one you don't south solve all the problems at once but I've Followed kids who have been discipline. Using this model and it's really remarkable how they turn around their lives his model was used, in juvenile Justice settings in locked psychiatric wards were kids were really threat to themselves and others. So yes I would say that this model not only works with kids with Odidi it's even. More important for those kids to. Be deeply understood and that the parents. And caregivers get to the root of what's causing, their behavior This isn't necessarily oppositional disorder more the question of that, I've heard from parents that they. Feel like their kids being defiant or screaming as a, ploy for attention and they don't. Wanna give into that attention they don't wanna play the game where they'll give attention for. That what do you do in that case well again I think in the moment it's very hard to, do anything super effective you wanna wait until another time and then reflect with, the child's on what that experience was like for them what it was like, for you you can share that you were hurt or felt disrespected and that's when the, learning happens when, the child's brain. Is an excited when they're not in a fight or flight, state the one caveat I would give is that if. You are being actively disrespected as a. Parent and say you're about to drive that child to a play date or. A birthday, party you don't need to be of service to someone who is actively..

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"dr. ross" Discussed on The Radiant Health Show

The Radiant Health Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on The Radiant Health Show

"And you have to get to the road it can get very complicated dr breland ahead told us in our training at these two to the functional medicine that this treating the type three this toxic type is very complicated and i'm learning that indeed is the case that on finding that the people that don't respond right away when you correct their hormones and their their nutrition and get them on a good diet that'll take care of the inflammation and gut problems and deficiencies but if they don't respond usually because there's some kind of deep hidden inflammation going on in the brain and the body and you gotta find out why and correct it so do you find irate in here seems to me like doing punch karma's something that might help tremendously with that since gets lipid soluble toxins out and so forth so heavy having spurious with that not yet i think that that is definitely a frontier and i'm i'm looking forward to working with some of the doctors that have been working with reticent in the last three years there's just a handful of them who have they have treated maybe somewhere over a hundred patients now and one of his his chief medical officer dr ross says that ninety percent of them have gotten better because i highly encouraging i mean this is disease there's been nothing that you could do for except give a drug that temporarily made symptoms somewhat better and then they start dropping off the curve again and a few months right so.

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"dr. ross" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"So the audience knows that's all i'm saying no pressure dr ross welcome back to the show they don't want people are dialed in and then they know and people are calling it in when their mailing it in when they're really down and dr ross never mails it in she doesn't she doesn't use fedex ups she handdelivered it how you doing dr ross i'm good as if you weren't even there if i weren't even there you know i was listening to you talk about the streaming in and i'm going to have a set up here at the office at my home with the streaming but we must remember at seven am my time so i'm not sure we want to stream in the clock in the morning why not scare people scare people so real food organics what would a person achieve by taking real food organics you'll tell them what it is but what is it about real food organic what's the chief by that it's just another supplement right oh people think that but so far from it you will achieve really cellular nutrition through food and that's what sells need is food nutrition because there's so many fighter nutrients in food we cannot make enough supplements we don't even know what most of them are but we do know that food is the key to a healthy body that good food feeds ourselves and it's not so much what we know that's in there it's those unknowns that create synergy that allow a little bit of a lot of different things to do so much more than just a lot of one or two things so taking real theater gannex is like consuming your salad in a capsule or a tablet now that you said that i'm playing devil's advocate now i'm not being i'm not trying to be cute by half here somebody will say or think well wait a minute she just said taking a couple of tablets at this real food organics like eating a salad how could that be it's not a sound it's just two pills explain how that is i'll explain it to you so real cedar gannex is unique it has been out for about a decade and it is actual whole food that you would normally eat with a.

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"dr. ross" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"dr. ross" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Eighty two was a show we did get called cooking ideas i i still get feedback you know it's amazing to me people find our show and they go back and listen to old shows that makes sense because we're not really a new show but i still get emails from people on occasion saying oil ellison that eighty two about cooking ideas and it changed my game and it's it's just one of the work clothes i use uh because i'm kind of slow and dumb i need to come of cook ideas overtime and i just kind of went through that episode mixed blamed it and i still get lots of nice happy email from people on that one so i thought i'd include that we have a lot of us a couple of spacerelated episodes and and one of the things that i learned is we have absolutely brilliant listeners who listen to the show and that came out on episode to fifty three as many other episodes which was life on mars the where we chatted with dr ross lockwood about spending four months in the nasa simulation where they were trying to figure out what it would be like for humans to live on mars and um we also talked listeners who have rovers on mars and we we we got to mars theme kinda gone on our show um and chelsea a who was on our show actually end up getting a job at nasa so we have there's lots of we you know ooh what we can do for up to five hundred we can get an open we go to mars but we could also go to like cake of the space centre something maybe maybe the let us do something like in the spatial.

dr ross lockwood chelsea nasa four months