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Oprah interviews Harry and Meghan

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 3 hrs ago

Oprah interviews Harry and Meghan

"Prince Harry and his wife, Megan, The Duchess of Sussex, sat down with Oprah Winfrey for an interview. That's gonna air Sunday. That's today on CBS. CBS News is images tie able reports. The Duchess's claims of an overly intrusive royal staff sparked immediate frenzy and set alarm bells off. In palace circles that will I'm sure be retaliations and push back on that, according to Meghan, that retaliation is already happening, calling the announcement that Buckingham Palace was opening an investigation into allegations she bullied royal staff back in 2018, the latest attack on her character. Now the woman speaking in there with that particular report was Sunday Times Royal correspondent Roya Nika. The interview is going to be aired in a two hour prime time special tonight, starting at eight on

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Dallas Police Officer Charged With 2 Counts of Capital Murder

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:33 sec | 8 hrs ago

Dallas Police Officer Charged With 2 Counts of Capital Murder

"Two counts of capital murder. Dallas police say Officer Brian Riser is charged in connection to two separate murder kidnappings on Santa Fe, Drivin 2017 He's been with the department since 2000 and eight and is now on leave Police chief Eddie Garcia using the old adage. No one likes a bad cop. More than a good one. We hire individuals from the human race, and when we find individuals such as this It's the actions that we take afterwards that we should be judged by. Garcia says a witness told police riser directed him to kidnap and kill both victims at Dallas Police headquarters. Clayton

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Several people injured in Houston natural gas explosion, fire near Klein

NPR News Now

00:45 sec | 8 hrs ago

Several people injured in Houston natural gas explosion, fire near Klein

"Huge natural gas explosion insured seven houston area utility workers friday evening texas. Public radio's jerry clayton reports. One person was critically injured. The harris county fire marshal's office reports. The explosion happened in a residential area around six. Pm on friday. A centerpoint energy crew was repairing damage from an earlier pipeline break. When they struck a larger six inch high pressure natural gas pipe in incline just northwest of houston several nearby. Homes were evacuated one home sustained minor damage residents were allowed to return to their homes. Early saturday after the fire was extinguished. Centerpoint energy says about eight hundred customers were affected by guess outage. All of the injured parties are employees of centerpoint

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Dosunmu's return powers No. 4 Illinois over No. 7 Ohio State

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 hrs ago

Dosunmu's return powers No. 4 Illinois over No. 7 Ohio State

"I would assume a return from a three game absence to score nineteen points to lead fourth ranked Illinois to a seventy three sixty eight victory over number seven Ohio state December was playing for the first time since suffering a concussion and facial injuries during a loss against Michigan state I can not be lost on the game out trying to pick my spots see where I can where I was going to be able to be successful out there I was a little bit ourselves an aggressive but it's it is cool we got the win but probably after that if they pull up the first pull up are you I'm great Crivella also had nineteen points for the Illini Ohio state had trouble making shots down the stretch missing on its last ten attempts E. J. Lovell with high man for the Buckeyes with nineteen points I'm Dave Ferrie

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NASA's new Mars rover hits dusty red road, 1st trip 21 feet

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:35 sec | 19 hrs ago

NASA's new Mars rover hits dusty red road, 1st trip 21 feet

"Mars rover has hit the road on the red planet so far so good for the perseverence rover planet nasr's newest mars rover logging. Twenty one feet on it so dominant in a test. Drive this past thursday. Two weeks after settling down on the red planet signs of past life they're overtaking thirty three minutes to move thirteen feet forward followed by a hundred fifty degree left. Turn and then backing up eight feet up next after more. Testing perseverance will drop so-called protective belly pan and then releasing experimental helicopter named ingenuity by late.

Texas School Scraps Assignment That Had Girls 'Obey Any Reasonable Request of a Male'

WBAP Morning News

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Texas School Scraps Assignment That Had Girls 'Obey Any Reasonable Request of a Male'

"To have been a recent lesson and chivalry ended up being something else entirely. At a high school in Lubbock, girls and boys that shallow water high school were given very different assignments during an exercise intended to explore chivalry with a medieval theme. While male students were instructed to show courtly courtesy, the teen girls we're told to cook and obey any reasonable requests from the males for chivalry Day. We're also told to dress in a feminine manner. The problem, it's not the Middle Ages. It's the year 2021. The Twitterverse erupted with charges of sexism faster than one of Henry. The eighth marriages, the shallow water independent school district. Opted to cancel any future chivalry days.

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Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

"The with kevin mason. If you're of a certain age you grew up with all those saturday morning. Tv shows with all those favorite sugar coated. Cereal brands from frosted flakes too honey smacks or honeycomb or honey crisp apple jacks or captain crunch. We all love them. And i'll be honest with you even at my advanced age. It's a guilty pleasure if you will have some sugar coated cereal. I've talked about before i love. Great nuts and wheat checks and all of the boring adult cereals. I do like them. I always have. But i've always got a sweet tooth. If you will for frosted flakes for captain crunch but the one thing. You shouldn't be eating if you're over fifty sugarcoated cereals. Because a lot of those have more sugar in them. Then candy bars honey smacks which used to be smacks the one that had. I think it was digging the frog as their mascot. For many years it's the worst almost forty eight percent of it. Pure sugar admit when we ate the good kind of sale we did sprinkle a little bit of sugar over the top of it to make it sweeter but nothing like that much but staying away from over fifty makes sense could have been a whole lot worse.

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Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

"The with kevin mason. If you're of a certain age you grew up with all those saturday morning. Tv shows with all those favorite sugar coated. Cereal brands from frosted flakes too honey smacks or honeycomb or honey crisp apple jacks or captain crunch. We all love them. And i'll be honest with you even at my advanced age. It's a guilty pleasure if you will have some sugar coated cereal. I've talked about before i love. Great nuts and wheat checks and all of the boring adult cereals. I do like them. I always have. But i've always got a sweet tooth. If you will for frosted flakes for captain crunch but the one thing. You shouldn't be eating if you're over fifty sugarcoated cereals. Because a lot of those have more sugar in them. Then candy bars honey smacks which used to be smacks the one that had. I think it was digging the frog as their mascot. For many years it's the worst almost forty eight percent of it. Pure sugar admit when we ate the good kind of sale we did sprinkle a little bit of sugar over the top of it to make it sweeter but nothing like that much but staying away from over fifty makes sense could have been a whole lot worse.

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Maia Chaka becomes first Black woman official in NFL history

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:14 min | 1 d ago

Maia Chaka becomes first Black woman official in NFL history

"What she thought when she got the call she said yes and she's our person of the week tonight. The history made the nfl announcing maya shock. Thirty eight years old from virginia beach has become the first black female official in the league's history. Maya has been a college football official for years and for the xfl and when not on the field. She's teaching at risk at home. In virginia beach. It gives those girls opportunity to see okay. I see my teacher work with some people that don't look like her. And maybe that gives me opportunity look work with some people that don't look like the also today. Maya joins sarah thomas who broke the nfl gender barrier as the first female official in two thousand fifteen the first woman to officiate the super bowl. And right here maya. Hi david telling us about the moment. She got that call and so excited to be a member of the national. Football league officiating. Staff i'll always remember that day. My response was. I think i'm getting punked. She wasn't tonight. Maya and her message as long as you put it into work and you have a strong work ethic and you strive for greatness and you strive to get better than all your dreams and goals and aspirations will always come true. We love it. We choose maya shock. We'll be looking for her on the

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LSU Mishandled Women’s Complaints Against Les Miles, Players

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:48 min | 1 d ago

LSU Mishandled Women’s Complaints Against Les Miles, Players

"We've had quite an opera quite an afternoon Talking about the situation with with less miles. And i do I think before we get to our next guest. It might not be a bad idea to to go over some of this and we had Kenny jacoby on earlier he is the reporter who broke most of the this with his Fellow colleagues at at usa today and it's a confusing story. We'll try to piece it together with you as simply as possible too long reports over almost one hundred and fifty pages so we ask kenny. How involved where the board of supervisors that's the board of trustees and lsu they signed off on Less less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And and that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking today to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now in until it appeared in a national newspaper. What exactly we asked kenny worthy accusations against less miles less miles was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and any what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turn that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and left. The big headline of the day involves joel He is athletic director. Who wanted to fire miles. But ultimately he did not the athletic director who found his conduct so disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and made them attend counseling by then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what does and finally we ask kenny. How widespread were the problems these problems. Lsu were pervasive and not just limited to members of the football team or or athletic department. There was a neglect For for providing the proper and appropriate resources to be able to handle sexual assault and domestic violence complaints appropriately There is severe understaffing But when they did even you know process complaints often they would result in basically slaps on the wrist. You know students who'd been found responsible for rape Being allowed to stay on campus under probation so that that was earlier there reporter. We just got through talking to Kanye jacoby is is out with a new story with his team and he telegraphed this when we talked to him but the the new story involves students at lsu there they seem to be about the only folks outrage columnists or calling for miles to be fired at kansas. I mean that's not gonna matter so he's only he's only won three games there. I'd calling for the athletic director to be fired. They're both of them probably will go. I don't think they can be able to withstand the heat but according to a kenny latest in usa today the students on the lsu campus are very unhappy so far the school is announced to administrators. Will face suspensions for their failure to report but students are now saying that that is not enough The co founder of the student group tigers against sexual assault saying there's a myriad of people who need to be disciplined. You can't recognize that you've failed. And then keep everything the same and keep the status quo Lsu has launched it lsu launched this investigation. Not because of something they they felt needed to be rectified. They launched it after the reporting by usa today and in the world and forty eight page investigative report revealed today they pretty much acknowledged that

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Independent investigation finds that LSU routinely mishandled allegations of sexual misconduct

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:48 min | 1 d ago

Independent investigation finds that LSU routinely mishandled allegations of sexual misconduct

"We've had quite an opera quite an afternoon Talking about the situation with with less miles. And i do I think before we get to our next guest. It might not be a bad idea to to go over some of this and we had Kenny jacoby on earlier he is the reporter who broke most of the this with his Fellow colleagues at at usa today and it's a confusing story. We'll try to piece it together with you as simply as possible too long reports over almost one hundred and fifty pages so we ask kenny. How involved where the board of supervisors that's the board of trustees and lsu they signed off on Less less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And and that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking today to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now in until it appeared in a national newspaper. What exactly we asked kenny worthy accusations against less miles less miles was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and any what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turn that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and left. The big headline of the day involves joel He is athletic director. Who wanted to fire miles. But ultimately he did not the athletic director who found his conduct so disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and made them attend counseling by then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what does and finally we ask kenny. How widespread were the problems these problems. Lsu were pervasive and not just limited to members of the football team or or athletic department. There was a neglect For for providing the proper and appropriate resources to be able to handle sexual assault and domestic violence complaints appropriately There is severe understaffing But when they did even you know process complaints often they would result in basically slaps on the wrist. You know students who'd been found responsible for rape Being allowed to stay on campus under probation so that that was earlier there reporter. We just got through talking to Kanye jacoby is is out with a new story with his team and he telegraphed this when we talked to him but the the new story involves students at lsu there they seem to be about the only folks outrage columnists or calling for miles to be fired at kansas. I mean that's not gonna matter so he's only he's only won three games there. I'd calling for the athletic director to be fired. They're both of them probably will go. I don't think they can be able to withstand the heat but according to a kenny latest in usa today the students on the lsu campus are very unhappy so far the school is announced to administrators. Will face suspensions for their failure to report but students are now saying that that is not enough The co founder of the student group tigers against sexual assault saying there's a myriad of people who need to be disciplined. You can't recognize that you've failed. And then keep everything the same and keep the status quo Lsu has launched it lsu launched this investigation. Not because of something they they felt needed to be rectified. They launched it after the reporting by usa today and in the world and forty eight page investigative report revealed today they pretty much acknowledged that

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David Kellum, Voice of Ole Miss, Talks About How He Got His Start at Ole Miss

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:55 min | 1 d ago

David Kellum, Voice of Ole Miss, Talks About How He Got His Start at Ole Miss

"David kelham. Who is the voice of the ole miss rebels He's been part of that program for going on for decades And you know what a time to be at ole miss with the football program under lane kiffin the basketball program doing quite well and then the baseball program only being number one in the country we had One of the stars of the team on the other day and david. I know. Fridays are pretty busy times with baseball and everything. But we appreciate you making time for us and how are you sure doing great polyp sitting at the box waiting for us to play belmont here at six thirty our time. So it's great. You called me the perfect time but good to be only. I have seen this before in her different friends. But i would be intrigued the because sometimes it takes a long time to get a a prime job like you have now especially with the the just the absolute zeal for almost baseball but You apparently got started pretty early. Yep i started basically in highschool to be honest with that kind of tricked tricks my way into this job I was a senior in high school. My mother was professor suter. Don't miss and i used to hang out of her office a lot and radio. Tv was under theater and campus radio station which was w cbi at that. Time was carrying ole miss baseball and it was on cable. Only the students were gone. The professors were known. This guy comes blowing out of the station ex. My mother's office and he's gotta find somebody these games. Everybody's gone and so. I told him i said i can do him. He said who are you. Don't even go was and so. He thought hosted freshman. Ole miss which i was not as a senior high school. But i did the seventy seven. Sec tournament for ole miss on the campus radio station as a eighteen year old. So that's how. That's how. I got my and they hired by the local radio station. The final years that this jack you know how that goes and started doing baseball and seventy eight. It's baseball and women's basketball through. Eighty eight became the lead announcer in football men's basketball and continue to baseball in eighty nine. I mean that's i'm always Always admire people not only for for excelling but being able to to stay in a job. That long. And i don't mean that i mean and i say that because there's all misses the perfect exception it is the perfect example there. There are a lot of changes that have happened then. You never really know what's going to happen. I've seen it firsthand with When when i first started in birmingham legendary voice of the crimson tide was out with a new a new administration. How how how do you hang on. And i don't mean hang on. How do you stay in the job like that. For for as long as you do considering the politics of of intercollegiate athletics. Just don't criticize the coaches and you told a long time ago point. Because they rarely they rarely pop up these jobs to. There's more opportunity now. I teach a class at old miss. We're not teaching this spring because of the pandemic but i teach sportscasting class. And when i got my shot to be in radio radio was basically it. I mean you didn't have the live streaming opportunities the podcast opportunities and all the things that are going on today And so it has been difficult. But it's funny. you should mention. I've had kids through the years that like meet the rebels day would come up to me and say i'm gonna have your job someday and i soon i've got a few more years. You know thinking back my mind but this past year A kid said that's means that ten years old and hit him. Like you might be the one because i put in a tiny years this point when i got started John waters at tennessee. Larry months was the georgia jim. Five was it auburn jet crystal. Was it stay. You had k would lead for Kentucky rely at alabama. Mickey floor. Jim halt on lsu had just started a little bit before me. And then of course. Later we get all eels outta arkansas about voltage for south carolina and more recently dave south from texas mike kelly from missouri. But that list of names Just incredible announcers across this leaks. And when i first got in the youngest announcing the sec felt very very fortunate. The following year Our buddy west. Durham came in Demand or bill before we went to go to georgia tech. He became the second youngest announcer. We're sitting at a football media days in birmingham which of course you know all about vendor several of them and we're not a little broadcast meeting we're looking around the room and some of those names that just mentioned for sitting there and westland over to me now. He's got a legendary dad. He grew up with and woody but he said you intimidated. I said apps so We were surrounded by that early in our careers which is really really cool. And unique to get to know those men and lean on those that we were kinda the young bucks at the time and that we've kind of become not necessarily legends but longevity We're we're the ones that have been around a while.

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Mercedes-Benz Stadium to become mass vaccination site, giving 6,000 shots a day

Sean Hannity

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Mercedes-Benz Stadium to become mass vaccination site, giving 6,000 shots a day

"Covert vaccination site for metro Atlanta that announcement today from the White House. Mercedes Benz Stadium is going to serve as a federally run covert vaccine site capable of administering 6000 shots a day. It'll operate seven days a week for eight weeks beginning later this month. The site was selected in part because of its easy access. Considering 10% of Fulton County households don't have a vehicle. It'll be a joint effort involving FEMA, Fulton County Jima and the State Department of Public Health. His camp

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Spacewalkers continue station power upgrade

NASACast Audio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Spacewalkers continue station power upgrade

"Conducted a pair of spacewalks outside the international space station during the week on february. Twenty eighth hour. Kate rubens and victor glover completed a seven hour. Four minute spacewalk. To begin installing modification kits needed for solar array upgrades. Later this year once installed the new solar arrays will increase the station's total available power. Five days later rubens and japan's so each gucci ventured outside to complete the installation up the modification kits and to tackle additional work including the venting of ammonia from the station's thermal controls it

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Tim Wu hired by Biden administration to take on Big Tech

Techmeme Ride Home

02:27 min | 1 d ago

Tim Wu hired by Biden administration to take on Big Tech

"I've said before that. Tim wu has been one of the most influential people in terms of shaping how i think about tech both its history and its economics and its culture but beyond that he's also been known for years. Now as being a big proponent of various antitrust ideas relating to the tech industry he literally coined the term net neutrality regulation antitrust. All that stuff has been on his plate for years and thus eyebrows are being raised. No doubt in the highest levels of the tech oligarchy. Today by the news. That tim wu is joining the national economic council as a special assistant to president biden for tech and competition policy quoting the new york. Times the appointment of mr wu forty eight who is widely supported by progressive democrats and anti monopoly groups suggests that the administration plans to take on the size and influence of companies like amazon apple facebook and google including working with congress on legislation to strengthen antitrust laws during his campaign. Mr biden said he would be open to breaking up tech companies. Mr wu has warned about the consequences of too much power in the hands of a few companies said. The nation's economy resembled the gilded age of the late eighteen. Hundreds extreme concentration yields gross inequality and material suffering feeding the appetite for nationalistic extremists leadership. Mr wu wrote in his two thousand eighteen book. The curse of bigness antitrust in the new gilded age most visible in our daily lives is the power of the tech platforms especially google facebook and amazon. He added his role with a focus on competition. Policy will be a new one in the national economic council. Mr wu will also focus on competition in labor policy. Such as non compete clauses enforced by companies and concentration in power in agriculture and the drug industry. The job does not require senate approval. Mr wu is best known for advocacy against powerful telecom companies and for coining the term net neutrality. the regulatory philosophy that consumers should get equal access to all content on the internet more recently. He has turned his attention to the gatekeepers like facebook. Google amazon that dominates speech search and retail online and quote as many have said on twitter. This morning i think we just got our biggest indication yet about how the new administration might be thinking about tech and antitrust.

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How Psychedelic Drugs Are Making A Comeback To Treat Depression

WSJ The Future of Everything

13:28 min | 2 d ago

How Psychedelic Drugs Are Making A Comeback To Treat Depression

"Depression. It can be a difficult mental illness to pin down. It can feel different for everyone and even those who struggle with it can have trouble identifying bought. It is a mostly came to understood that. I had depression through talking with my friends for the longest time. I kind of system that everyone felt this way. Like weird just like general malays for this twenty nine year old. Depression surfaced about six years ago and began as a feeling of being disconnected with the world. I didn't want to eat because they didn't feel like i deserve to eat. I don't know. I didn't hang out with friends because i didn't feel like i deserve to see my friends. I didn't feel like i should be punishing them by talking to them seeing them. This person uses they them pronouns. They're a maryland resident and work as a software tester. They sought help for their depression. Trying numerous types of treatments may visited a bunch of different mental health professionals and tried different types of arby's In different types of medication but it always kinda felt like things were getting worse and worse and a current really find someone who has really helped me understand what was going on like. I still didn't even believe that. I had depression. All the while the depression advanced it felt like being alive and lake wanting to die rolling constantly fighting over like the resources in my mind then. Their health insurance lapsed in two thousand eighteen making the situation worse a surprise solution appeared while they were scrolling on social media and a posting from johns hopkins university researchers and then one day i was kind of like clicking through facebook and i actually found this ad four like this little simon. Study silla simon. That's the psychedelic drug found in magic mushrooms. And i thought it was fake remarks. I didn't expect there to be you know like a a legitimate study showing up on like facebook ad but they had no insurance basically they were out of options so they called wanted to have hope again from the wall street journal. This is the future of everything. I'm janet babbling today on the podcast. How the hallucinogenic compounds silla zyban once associated with nine hundred sixty s drug culture is making a comeback and giving people suffering from depression and other mental illnesses. Hope for this twenty nine year old study participant. Depression was not something that happened in their family. My family's from the caribbean and lived in america probably for about lake in years. We came here in ninety nine. It's kind of interesting because where from like a place that doesn't really view mental health. The that like america's mental health. It took me a while to realize that. I was having mental health problems that i was kind of experiencing depression. Depression affects a staggering number of people hundreds of millions worldwide according to a study published in the peer reviewed journal the lancet in two thousand eighteen. The pandemic didn't make things any easier. Last june about a third of people who responded to web based surveys said they suffered from symptoms of depression or anxiety disorder. Those results were published by the centers for disease control and prevention the protocol for treating these conditions hasn't changed much in the past few years. What we've been using is typically one of two things either a medication that people take every day or we have psychotherapy dr. Alan davis is clinical psychologist and an assistant professor at the ohio state university. He's also an adjunct assistant. Professor at johns hopkins university. A lot of people will improve with either medication or therapy or both to basically have both have a better chance but it doesn't work for everyone. Some studies report between ten and thirty. Five percent of patients suffer from treatment resistant. Depression and davis is that similar to what he's found in his own practice working with veterans suffering from substance abuse trauma and other mental health issues. So he began looking for alternative treatments present and welcome to psychedelic science. Two thousand and thirteen in twenty thirteen davis attended a science conference and came across a study exploring the use of silla. Sivan a chemical compound found in specific varieties of mushrooms to treat cancer patients with mental health conditions. The compounds documented facts include feelings of heightened awareness ecstasy visions and changes in the perception of reality for researchers say one of the most useful qualities is its ability to dissolve the ego to allow a user to observe oneself from the outside in the study of cancer patients. The drug was able to alleviate some of the anxiety and depression that can be associated with having a life threatening illness. I was just inspired by that word. I thought gosh this really could have a strong impact in the areas that i'm working with veterans and with others davis became part of a team of researchers at johns hopkins university that put together a randomized clinical trial. Twenty four participants. They were administered. Silla sivan with talk therapy to treat their depression. Enrollment for the trial took place in two thousand seventeen and twenty nineteen and the results were analyzed in two thousand twenty. Most of them had had chronic depression meaning decades of experiencing depression though not some had had it for shorter amount of time but this study was a weightless control trials so some people came in and started treatment right away. Others had to wait eight weeks before starting treatment so we had a comparison group. The study subjects received an extensive intake examined questionnaire to confirm. They were suffering from symptoms of depression. Participants were screened for schizophrenia. And drug use as these conditions can interfere with suicide and treatment. The big worry many people have about psychedelics is what's often referred to as a bad trip. Mary negative hallucinations. That can be scary and this is kind of trip that can go bad. Martissant received hefty doses of these drugs. The doses are based on weight and they vary slightly but patients receive around twenty milligrams in the first session a bit more in the second session to minimize the risk of a negative experience. Davis says researchers focused on controlling. What's called and setting. They work ahead of time to ensure the volunteers current mood and surroundings while taking the drugs. Remain as calm and comfortable as possible and so we spend about eight to ten hours with people before they ever get the drug talking about what the effects are talking about. What may or may not happen when they have this experience and that's why we have to train professionals there with them not only to prepare them for that but to help them through the experience when it happens because a lot of people have anxiety coming into the session. The person we spoke to the twenty nine year old participated in davis study group in august of two thousand eighteen. They had no prior experience with psychedelic drugs and didn't know watch expect basically went in kind of blindly. I don't have any other options. So that's kind of my thought process at the time was just basically kind of sticking anything to the wall and hoping it would work after fasting the previous night the treatment can cause nausea. They were placed in a small tranquil room fitted with a comfy couch. The whole room was a really really cool in very comforting because like they had like these statues like imagery in their end like. I think one of the muslim dowa tibetan model. I wanna say this and like there was like this nice lamp. It's off this really. Soft light psychedelic assisted. Therapy participants are encouraged to bring in objects from home to make them feel more comfortable. Some bring in ten bears pictures of family. The twenty nine year old brought a lightness of an ancient sumerian goddess. Soon nana once they were settled in the room. They were given two pills in a wooden cop the therapists top that the sivan would take fifteen to thirty minutes to start working. In the interim they were told to put on ice shades and headphones. That would play a selection of music they choose from classical tibetan chanting african drumming and modern music too. Once the drug fact the participants says the first session became a kaleidoscope of mental images and sensations. I remember being in lake. Felt like mount olympus the fall of the gods like oval the clouds and suffering them. And then one of my god's up to me and she gave me a key fell through the clouds. And i felt all the way down through the earth and i ended up in hell which is really strange because they don't remember being scared even though i was in hell and i remember asking like hey you know why am i hair And it was like haiti's leading me through hell kind of just like showing me around for life this very cold and desolate last. He was like of course. This is where you would come like. This is where you've made your home. The self revelations continued throughout this long session and turned intensely personal. I remember like hearing like the beats. Come on and i felt myself in like this place like all of my ancestors were and i was really close to my grandfather when i was a kid. And he died. Probably around when i was like four and i saw him kind of materialize And he walked towards the youth like these. She'll bananas which is what he's doing her then he handed one to me and i always kind of was afraid that if he was alive he would be disappointed in me and i remember asking him you know. When am i supposed to do like if my family like my parents and lake my siblings can accept me and he said that he'll always be there for me and my ancestors will always be there for me and i like that scene just like it. Metsu in mental to me after about seven hours than drugs started to wear off when it was over. You know you're still kind of like feeling it but just not as intensely so just basically like this really happy kind of floaty failing and we couldn't drive so like i had to have a sister pick me up. They ended the experience hungry and exhausted as for the depression not much appeared to have changed then. They tried the silla sivan trip once more this time with the stronger dose and after that these say they experienced to palpable shift. It felt like i was back into the world again like i was in reality. A lot of people said that not only was there. Depression differently felt like they had come out of dark hole that they've been in for years but a lot of people regardless of whether they're depression was gone or or reduced said that there was something really meaningful different about how they view their life initial results for the study reviewing outcomes from up to a month after the sessions were completed found that silla sivan plus therapy was more than four times more effective than other treatments. Such as medication alone at one week. Fifty eight percent of the sample were in complete remission from depression that actually lasted up to four weeks. After fifty four percent of people were in complete remission and were now studying those same people up to twelve months after to see how long that remission lasted the rest of the participants in the study. Were not in remission they were still experiencing clinically significant depressive symptoms researchers have yet to publish the results of longer term outcomes for all the participants their condition up to a year after treatment and this was a small study. Just twenty four people. Some scientists remain skeptical of this kind of treatment not just of silla simon. But of the validity of the data an outcomes for all studies involving psychoactive substances

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Olivia Rodrigo Reveals the Meaningful Gift Taylor Swift Sent Her

Z Morning Zoo

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Olivia Rodrigo Reveals the Meaningful Gift Taylor Swift Sent Her

"Olivia Rodriguez got the number one song in the country for seven weeks, maybe eight weeks now, right with driver's license. But now that compares to getting personal gifts from Taylor Swift, which she just did actually last night. Like literally like 12 Hours ago, I got a package from her. With this like handwritten note, and she gave me this ring because she said she wore one just like it when she wrote, Read she like hand wrap these gifts Also, I feel so lucky that I just like Was born at the right time to be able to look up to somebody like her pretty cool stuff. And Taylor has always been one of those girls supporting girls type of artist. So to get a gift like that from Joseph just pretty cool. Hey, you have a hit record for eight weeks. Maybe you'll get something from Taylor Swift Tail

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Nigeria is at risk of becoming a failed state

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:23 min | 3 d ago

Nigeria is at risk of becoming a failed state

"Just the last few weeks to mass kidnappings took place both at schools in northwestern nigeria and the first unidentified gunmen attacked a boarding school. Killing one student and kidnapping forty two others a week later. Thirty eight of those. That were a ducted. Were rescued presumably by government forces. But the day before that rescue unknown gunmen kidnapped over three hundred girls from a boarding school in a nearby state on tuesday. The ap reported that two hundred and seventy were released now. It's not clear whether these kidnappings were driven by ideology ransom money. Though of course motive doesn't make much of a difference to those who are kidnapped or their families not dimension in places like northwestern area and profit are not mutually exclusive motives. Win hostages are released by boko. Haram and other extremist. It's almost always because some ransom has been paid and regardless of motivation. The average nigerian especially the average nigerian christian lives in constant threat for their personal safety. Nigeria's inability to guarantee the basic safety of its citizens now has observers asking whether or not this country is on the verge of becoming a failed state. That's the official term for a state where the government is no longer really in control. It's a label. Most often applied to countries like yemen or somalia where basic institutions are virtually non-existent. At least when it comes to protecting the christian population and institutions. They're nigeria's government hardly seems like they are in control because groups like boko haram and fulani militants operate with a defacto immunity in nigeria. Their actions against christians. There are given defacto legitimacy. If the government's blind eye is not intentional. It's fair to ask. Whether or not the government's authority even can extend beyond abu nigeria's capital city. German max weber famously defined a state as a human community that successfully claims the monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force within a given territory using even that most basic standard nigeria is clearly failing groups like icon have documented the violence in the northern part of the country where christians are killed wounded assaulted and abducted with regularity sometimes daily regularity by boko haram and fulani militants and nigeria is not the only country on the world watch for christian persecution that is also characterized as a fragile or even a failed state seven of the top ten countries on the open doors list also ranked high on the fragile states list which is produced by the fund for peace nigeria ranks ninth on the world watch list and ranks fourteenth on the fragile states index and this pattern makes both political and biblical sense a state that cannot effectively restrain or punish perpetrators of violence is in no position to protect the religious freedoms of its citizens as the apostle paul told the rahman's government is instituted by god in order to execute wrath on the wrongdoer that's why we're to obey the government including paying our taxes not because the government somehow morally praiseworthy. I mean rome certainly wasn't but because it has a god ordained role in keeping the peace and paul urged timothy pray for kings and all who are in high positions so that we citizens may lead a quiet peaceable life godly and respectable in every way but around the world many of our brothers and sisters don't even have that option of living the kind of quiet and peaceable lives that we hear take for granted and yet so many of our brothers and sisters around the world still manage to live in a godly and dignified way which is a powerful testimony to the legitimacy and the vitality of their faith as we pray for persecuted christians in nigeria and elsewhere we should also pray for the stability of their nations even for their government leaders. We should pray that they would have the courage. And the capacity to end insurgencies like boko haram and whenever possible. We should ask our nation and it's leaders to intervene or at least assist in squelching the chaos because without national stability. Our brothers and sisters around the world are kind of like sitting ducks at the mercy of those who wish to do them harm and they have no hope of living quiet and peaceable lives

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:56 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"In northern Russia and He's cataloging how the six million people during the reign of Stalin were killed in such gruesome awful ways, and we think about the injustice of. The American story towards. Towards black-americans we think about the broken around the world how the pandemic is! Obviously killing people, but also destroying economies which. May. Take decades to rebuild. Suffering is. Everywhere. And things seem really. Some problem seem really unsurmountable. For some reason, it has really fixed my eyes toward whatever the next thing is so much more I. Don't know I think that the thing that we are doing these hundred years that we live here. It matters. There's a reason why we're here and we should take seriously. Man I really have suffering can be a teacher to us and I and so I think it doesn't have to be in vain and beauty is a real gift that we get to see around us. But I think the next thing is going to be the thing where we're going to open up our eyes and go. Oh I was made for this. I would. That's the real thing. And all of this stuff was. Valuable for reasons I'm not sure now, and we'll figure it out when we get there, but that's going to be the thing that I think. When our souls really come alive, and that doesn't mean that I want to check out of this place. But it keeps me from despair I think because despair can be pretty easy to the more you dig into our histories. When you talk about the next place, are you talking about like? After we die just okay I was just making sure I didn't know if you meant like the next season in culture, or just like you mean like when we're with God in the next round of this for the rest of forever, we're going to go. That's why that. And from the tradition I grew up, and I would say heaven, but I'm just just to make it wider. Whatever the next thing is going to be man I think that's going to be I think that's right. I think God is letting us learn something. Everything we learned now is not in vain. Is Meant to take to for it to stay with our souls. I think I would contend. It doesn't have to be in vain. Well I know then I know there's so much suffering. That! Doesn't teach us that we don't grow from that. We don't become better from but I. do think one of the beautiful things about the Christian tradition is that? Suffering can, we can grow from it. We can the teacher to a so we have to look at it a certain way. We have to lean into a certain way. Grief in destroy us, and we can stay trapped in those early stages of it, but if we walk through it, then it can be really valuable to us. I just I don't know if the suffering of every human has always been helpful to them, but there is i. think hope in the fact that it can be really so I can look at it in a certain way. All right eights. We did it. Do not apologize. That is exactly who you are, and exactly who I WANNA be friends with exactly who I invited I knew who I was inviting. And that's what I wanted to the last. Is there anything we didn't talk about about being an eighth? You want to make sure we say. Covered? All of it y'all do. You have a question about an eight. We didn't answer it. Yes, we did not a request. Ask Your friend. They'll tell you okay. The last question we always ask because the show is called that sounds. Tell me what you do for fun. Oh I. Just said to a friend last night I'm ready for fun. How long's it been since we've had fine right? Because I. Do seem to let myself get a stuck, but I think for me fun is. Being with people that I really love like just Bam with those people like the ones that are like my people and doing something to like honestly travel. Avenue I was supposed to be in Italy last week. Did Not Happen. But it so much of with me. It is when I'm having fun. It's when I can look at the person across from me and they like there's a connection there. That's just. That's just. Like. Just a human like yeah, big connection but then also like I love a good happy hour like I'm ready for some happy hours, Patios and that kind of stuff taste so. David. A road trip. Yeah, I feel like. Being able to. The travel part of it is has been really stifling. Yeah, but just to be able to drive and see. Places I haven't seen before. That would be fun. Where would you go? West I. Don't Know Yeah. West the West just still feels like that just like. Let's just go out west. It would just be better, yeah. Thank you offered in.

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:36 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Eight for the most part do that not to try to push people out, but to really try to pull people in. And then also like I, really I learned so much. From people disagreeing with me? I mean my relationship with Chris I think is a great example of this most of the time we hang out were arguing with each other. And I know that he loves me and he knows that I love him and I feel like we really. I just I. I gained so much from people that will stand up. Argue with me now. They don't have to like. Combing names, but but I really get a lot from. From people who are going to push back. And I! Do think a lot of times people who don't like confrontation. I sound like I'm stoked about confrontation I. Just want to keep learning I. Want to be a better version of myself. Tomorrow than I was today and US agreeing on everything isn't really GonNa, make either of us any better so as we push and pull back against each other. I love that. Those are my favorite people to be around. And I. Think most people don't see it like that and again. I'm not saying that everyone should be like that, but just no probably with your eight friends. They're they're probably doing that. Because they because they think your opinion is valuable, and so they wanna be proven wrong like. Tell me where we're seeing this incorrectly. Yeah, that used to be scared to me with eight. It's fine. Yeah, you're right and then I was like Oh. David said I'm supposed to tell him what I think. To put my head underwater literally. Eight should do a good job of affirming that early on. Yeah, like if if I push up against someone and they pipe up a little bit. I need to I. Need to let them know that like. Oh, I haven't seen it like that before still wrong but. Let's keep going here. Because I'M NOT GONNA pretend I'm not gonNA pretend because I don't think we gain me from that, either but I really the back and forth of it I think eight are really charged by that thing. And I think in for the most part can be healthy ways, but a lot of people think like. I don't know if this is a good idea. Let's do you and your five argue. We definitely debate. Most of our conversations are around serious topics. Like I have to remind myself like one of the things. I completely agree with that about like loving when people will be willing to challenge you, because for me I really like healthy debate because it helps me grow, but when someone's willing to Ta- to debate with me, it gives me permission to debate. Oh, yeah, you're just like somebody else. Build the boxing ring, so we get. Yes. Let's talk about something and get to you. Know like solve the issue or the world or whatever you know, and so I will say. I would not say that. We argue a lot, but we do have. Deep like? Important discussions like it's. There's a lot of exchange of articles a lot of exchange of heavy. Read this. Have you watched this? Have you end in? Let's discuss. Time Partnership I hadn't thought about that that the files. All stuff I'm sure yeah. And The important thing I think is good to that. I don't think eight. I don't think small talk. Matters to US and I. Get that small talk as a way that we. Build layers of intimacy with people in a lot of dynamics you just the that's part of the interaction and civilized society, but as quickly as we can get to all the stuff you're not supposed to talk about all the politics and religion sex, or whatever all that's is. Man I I I have jump into those conversations I think. So often with people because that's where the good stuff is. That's where I think. But very often I. think the thought the thought is well if we disagree on this and we can't be friends anymore and I'm like man if we disagree on this and this, what a great friendship! I. We a months ago before pandemic, we were at the same party, David, and his wife and I and I mean it was three minutes I. was there and I be lined for them, and we jumped deep into a conversation about religion sex. I mean it was like three. That's what what I love about y'all to is, it's like there's nothing that's off limits, and so when I'm trying to process something in my seven Nece I know that David and Kate will go there with me and without fear of going like am I allowed to say these three things. and. They was like Oh. Yeah, yeah, let's talk about. Let's go. Yes, that's the thing about hey. I have my my studio used to be when I was in? It was at our house. And especially then we had really young kids around and I always told people coming over to right at the studio. The important thing that we're doing here is trying to create a piece of art matters. and. The conversations or the type of language, or whatever else that comes with that? I want to honor that experience. But because of the every once in a while, kids would kind of walk in and I'm sure they've walked half halfway in on all sorts of stories. What in the? Go you need to go to the God we. Feel bad for that, but you know what. That's how. They get older. You don't have to show them quite. You guys. Yeah, we're getting there. I don't want to cop out with this, but I'm digging back into the book again to the next draft of the manuscript and I've spent the novel. He's written. It's. Who I'm dying unbelievable. Say, but I spent the backstory I've spent. Ten years. Of Away at this thing, and I only have maybe a month or Six weeks a year that I work on it because I'm I've got another job I feel bad for friends like Andy who I've been talking about it for a long time now but I really do set it down for about eight months, and I'll pick it up again exists. I got to read it. I go to with me and tell me what happens next I was like. I don't have to wait for the second book. You tell me where this goes. So anyway. I was kind of prepping for that. I've been reading the Gulag archipelago which it's Alexander Solzhenitsyn was. Living in Russia right after the Bolshevik revolution and spent I think a decade in an internment camp..

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

07:36 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Do you find being a single woman and an eight? That that feels stronger than it did when you were married or. The need to feel. And, the want to feel like someone sees you. Is that stronger as a single woman or more predominant to you as? Dominant to using. I think when it comes to like that like a relationship like that I find myself. That's probably one of my bigger battles in being eight. Is that I think through some of my like history. It's still that you WANNA. Have a softness to you being a female and so I. I will find that. Like. Curb I will curb that. When it comes to being seen in in like a a relationship, romantic type situation, I will say who I'm currently involved with I feel like it is, he's he's a five. Okay, and so it actually is very helpful for me because we can talk in ways where I can express. All of my. Like passionate about what I'm upset about or what you know and he can bring such a rational calming perspective. And helped me find tune, things or craft things in a way, and so what I've found it surprising that you would think like as. As with any them eight that might need like someone that accesses feelings more, but because so much of what I do is driven by and feeling. It's actually nice to have someone that can remove emotion and sailing and helped me. Think about it in a more concrete way. Yeah, does that make sense? Yes, that's so interesting so for me. That's been helpful, because even though eight don't present this way. Most of what drives me is a lot of emotion and passion so I like the practical help me think through this clearly, and put steps to what I'm trying to do. Yeah, yeah, it's the gut thing right I mean y'all have a lot of feelings operate out of I. Know what I feel here. We go right yes. Am I saying oh? Yes, yeah. David. What do you need from your friends? Even your dude friends like Oh. Not? Just Kate or not. Just the women have been my two. Young. Because I'm like I'm trying to think about my mail. Eight friends who are listening or the guys who are listening who have friends that are eight. What does it look like with your Bros.? And with people like me? Who are females that are good friends of y'alls? What what do you need from your people? I think that makes a Lotta sense having someone that is. That pushes through that outer Shell to to really find that the vulnerable or emotional self and checking in on that and being engaged to it. The reason it the reason it's Har-, urged the reason. It takes a lot of effort to do that. I. Think First of all when people say. How's your day or whatever like really mean that and as an eight? I'M NOT GONNA. I'M NOT GONNA show. Vulnerable parts of who I am to someone unless I. AM convinced that they're sincere and they A. They have my back, and they actually want to know so it will take three times to ask before I would even consider opening up a because a- I may not know there may not trust them or just even people that I know love me. It's a that's not what they're really asking, so we get into that yet in because I don't. It takes me a long time to process that I. Actually need people to check on me. I mean for a great. of He is. Always pushing. To like? Hey, are you okay? Is Everything are? I know that you're. Like put together and strong but like. Are You cooldown? Yes, yeah, I'm fine. Oh, yeah, do need to talk about some stuff. I mean honestly it will take a long time to even know that's needed there. There's A. One of the things Chris told me early on about. Eight. Eight as well S.. Eight just have this. Penchant for vulgarity and like we say the things that you're not supposed to say I was. In the ministry that would be tough. There's a reason why I don't. But. But. I I really want so I I started keeping note of it in almost every writing session. I'm in I don't do this on purpose, but. I will say something off color in the first ten minutes of every session, the cheaper the. Version of that is I'm testing to see if you can hang that. That's a that's. A. Pretty, self, serving a really think, or at least I hope that healthy eight. We really do it. To let everyone in the room. Know that it's like I'll be the bad like sign, yeah! But you can be in a creative environment. You can be yourself here and I I'm I produce as well so almost. All of my sessions are in my studio space. so as someone's coming into my world, especially an artist that maybe I don't know very well and. We're going to ask them to tell all their stories to us, and we're going to try to build a piece of art around that. My hope is that they feel as comfortable as possible and so in trying to make them feel comfortable I'll I'll be the the one who says the thing is like okay I can be. Myself Yeah, but twenty percent of the time. It backfires on me like you are an animal like. Probably. Should go probably I mean I'm sure in the first ten minutes that you and I met as we were at the airport heading over to Jerusalem. I'm sure I said some stuff that you like who is this? Yes, I mean I but I but I remember thinking Oh. This is going to be fine. Thinking I don't know anybody like this. I mean even your. Is your arms are literally covered in tattoos down to your knuckles. v I am going to do something that you're not gonNA think I maybe should have done. Right and I'm going to start by showing you the tattoos on my hands, and therefore i. mean you really you're the first eight. That I loved that I thought like Oh. This is why I love eight. is because of David David. True I remember my mom. When I started getting tattoos in my early twenties, my mom was real sad about she to this day is probably still real sad. She said. She's like David I just feel like. With those tattoos like people are never going to get to know the Nice. Young man that you are because those and I think she's probably right in my head. I'm like I. Don't care about those people right, but it really it again. This was well before I knew anything about the Graham but totally feeds into that eight thing where it's like. If you think that people who have tattoos or bad people cool. That's a place to start. That's the now. Now either we build from there or you walk away, and that's cool because I got other friends and yet I mean I I do care about people I really do, but if if that's going to be enough for you to walk away than. Probably going to be a rough road for us, so for people to know that..

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Healthy eights talking about who they are, but also you know eight out of nine people listening are eight. And so tell I want us to be really good friends to our eights. What do you need from your friends from the people that are in your life? I actually have an example of this is interesting because when I I was thinking about. The fact that. The team lead. They were saying yesterday. Like Darren quarantine like one of them in particular was like Gosh I was talking to my family, and I was talking about how you've actually been like my therapist in like you like all this kind of stuff, and so one of our other coworkers that was listening in. She texted me this morning and she said you know I remember. Remember you talking early on in quarantine that there such a thing as secondary trauma, and as we walk with, people will be taking things on, and she said I. Know Right now with you. You're fighting a lot of battles, but are. Are you taking time to talk to someone? Who's your person like who's and like? It was so interesting because in that moment. I was like. I do have people at our process with for sure, but I don't have a lot of people checking in on me sane. Are you okay and so her checking in on me and saying, are you okay? Are you taking care of yourself? Like. It actually made me teary because I was like that just doesn't happen that often, and I know it's because of how present for sure just having someone that simple like just. Are you okay. Are you taking care of yourself like that? Just meant a whole lot,.

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

08:38 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Glad for quarantine. That was the time that I was quite enough. Instill enough to where things came up that I was okay. That's something I need to take care of. Work on after about a month then I found my rhythm and could figure out like how to keep motivated but the first month was hard, but then I would say by the end of it I'm definitely grateful for it and seeing how things have moved and changed with in it. Makes it. Makes it feel worth it? I'm trying to stay true to the process of any a summer and so I'm starting with Y'all interviewing I and releasing I I am fascinated to see how many other numbers created bands or learn something new about themselves in the middle of quarantine. That just feels. That's so interesting to me. The that's where y'all wouldn't guess that people were just kind of paralyzed by or yeah. I know some people who are paralyzed by it I was not, but my eight wing is so strong. I mean my. There are days where if I wasn't so publicly seven. I would really assess whether I'm an eight with seven way. And I just think my little committed. A, little public I'm Kinda stuck. On. The Ryan Song as I. Don't have a choice. But my motivations are far more sevens. Talk a little bit about that because. Because your behaviors aren't what determine your inner game number. Anyway, so what are the motivations? What are the? What are the things behind being an eight? How did you know that was you? For me, definitely is that at I have this passion inside of me. To. To make a difference for other people so in, and it was hard for me to name that for a long time, because it can express itself in my life in really different ways, but I have this just deep like. Like I it doesn't come out with me. Often like mu standing up for myself. Yeah, it's more if someone else's mistreated like watch out. Yes, and so for me. It's the driving force of. How do we help people that need help? How do we stand up for people that need to be stood up for? I do think some of that comes from a past of feeling, either that I was put in a position where I needed to do that or I didn't feel protected. Yeah, and so there is also that piece of it where they say like betrayal is like something that big thing right betrayals like see you. Yes so where I definitely see that side of the justice piece of it I also see where I do. Try and protect myself I do tryin there. I will often notice that there isn't armor that I don't even know is there and the game is the first time I ever realize that. Because I saw myself as being pretty open, pretty transparent, and I have taught myself to be vulnerable that it still takes a lot out of me because in, and it goes down to the betrayal part, and not feeling like I can trust. I feel like I. Can Trust People. Yeah, David Talk about that. Talk about loyalty and betrayal to you. That probably is the defining. Piece that really resonates as the eighteen I will say. I could be wrong about this. All a lot of language of wings and lines of integration and disintegration and what I've found is. As, a father as a husband as a businessman as a friend is creator hopefully as a healthy human I can be I can wear the clothes that I. Need to in the situation that I'm in. The trick to me with the number is that I can't ever get away from eight part of it but I can be analytical. I could be a five. If I need to in a moment I can be. ARTISTS CAN BE A. Leading a group together I can, I can be the moral, although the one is the hard one for the. That love and I'm like. All right. But the protrero piece. I can go back to a couple of specific moments in my life, that I think defined who I was because of being betrayed, but I think even before those were there. I was always. I was always ready to protect myself from inevitable betrayal. And that's I think another part of the last couple of years of Kate Ni-. My My Vantage point to like how the way I'm good friend. Is that you that you'll never sorry I'll never need anything from you. I'm a good friend. Because I've got my stuff together and I can be a shoulder. You can cry on. I can help you with something I can stand up for you. I can give you perspective or whatever else, but I'm not gonNA. Ask anything from you and that's why I'm a good friend. Over time I realized like note allowing yourself to be loved. Is Part of the thing. and especially with friends of mine who were not these assertive aggressive types. When I mentioned it to actually my buddy Jo. Who I think you've met? He's A. He's a nine and really smart kind of sees the whole picture, and I was revealing this to him and he is like. Yeah. I was waiting for you to come around to. But I really thought like I'm a good friend because. I'm never going to drain you. I'm never gonNA take anything. From you because I got all my stuff together and I can be helpful to the people around me and I. And I still think there's some truth to that but man. If you lose the balance of if you don't allow yourself to be loved if you don't allow your other people around you to have these hand to be able to hold onto you through this, your own broken this or the things that you need help with. Like the it's you're only gonNA. Go so far, so I think there's something profound about that dynamic that eight so often. Just stay walled up and we think that's really good for us and for the people around us, but there's. You can definitely push that side of it too far. Yeah, as you the like. I resonated hard with what he was talking about with relationships friendships I do. Like there's something that I'm glad that I can be strong for my relationships. Like I'm glad, I can offer perspective and be. Like A. A calm influence their life. But I have actually said the words to myself especially lately. Let people love you. Wow, let people love you to. That doesn't make smaller doesn't make us weaker. It makes us human. But? It's that takes a lot of work for me to do that. Yeah, yeah, it's really interesting to hear you both say that to me with that doesn't make a smaller because the majority of people listening would never go, of of course. Does it make on, but both of your like? Here's what we need to know. Here's what needs to be said. Eight to be to be allowing someone to love you speaks speaks does not speak lowly of you. Yeah, wow, yeah. and. I think to to let them love you. Also, it's okay if you need them because I think that's been hard for me. To is like I. Keep Myself. I somehow have it in my head that I can be strong enough not to need other people yeah. How much do you think any grams nature versus nurture for you? Do. You think it's both or do you think David you said I was born this way, but also rarely. Do you have siblings? Who are the same number, right? There probably I mean they have a dynamic between each other, being the first and the youngest in the middle or whatever, but they're growing up. For the most part, the same home with the same structure instead of rules. Yet none of us are the same in my family. Yeah, I think it's. Like there's some stuff really really deep down in it I would lean more towards the nature in the nurture of same Leslie. Yeah I definitely think some of my like. I could see where some of it plays out from nurture, but I do think so much of it is just innately Ns. Yeah, for sure one of the things that. I want I love doing these shows for is that for the people that are listening that are eight. This is great because I will say y'all y'all welcome to agree or disagree yard to very healthy ageing, my life, and so people listening, get to hear.

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:15 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"This isn't real. Do Allowed to say that if you think. Or not. I think it is real, but. But I don't think people truly. Understand. How fundamentally against? The mind of an eight is like. Everything I read everything. Someone tells me all the time. It's like nope. Or maybe. But it always starts with like I don't really buy that. Which I do think give can give you a sense of discernment. That everything starts with a baseline of like. I'M GONNA have to see some more proof on that, and then as as things build up as opposed to just assuming well, that's very you know that's one of the most helpful things about being your friend as i. am the opposite of like. Oh, he said that that's true. Oh, she said that that's true and you're like. Anne I'm going to send you three other things to read, and then you can have an opinion you're. Disarmament is important. I also think. And maybe this is connected to my work, but. I'm very I. Think I'm consciously optimistic, not cautiously consciously like I. Wake up and I and I really think if you work in the arts, and you're not optimistic I I don't think you can be successful in the arts if you're not missing. You have to assume that things are going to be able to work that. This story that we're telling is going to be valuable. Did just gives you momentum in the process of doing it in man? You really need momentum so. I. Don't know if that's a weird combination of being optimistic, but also be coming from that perspective. As it was all starting off. Actually hanging out with a friend. And he was like. Hey, we should watch that movie contagion. Right, before everything was say, and he was like. Maybe I'm nervous about I. was like Oh. We definitely should watch. As watching the movie I'm laughing. I'm like this is total madness. Before I think I saw it when it came out January whatever so I'd Kinda forgotten about it. And no less than a week later. All these things started to happen at stack up and I was like. WHOA. Hey. Let's get a little close to home here. As far as just the quarantining part of it. I mean because Kate and the girls were there. We had a friend of mine that was in town. And he and I were working together. We actually made a whole album in about five weeks wrote. Every song produced everything. Mix The whole thing ourselves and it's coming out this Friday. Okay, we'll share it. What's it called? The band is called. Hemispheres started a new band during the. Summertime dear everyone. started an entire band. Well, we say band, but yeah, it's me and my buddy for you know for. He asked so he he was in l.. A. And he was coming to Nashville to write for a week or two, and then whereas sexy because of the pandemic. He was here for I think nine weeks maybe Allah, so we wrote this whole album. The is called grief, and it's two songs for each of the stages of grief. Walks through this concept of it so I wonder if. As the pandemic was happening in real time. We're kind of processing through this denial anger bargaining depression, each of the kind of phase of it while we were going and I am such a firm believer that art. Gives value to our pain. But also can maybe not confine it, but gives it gives it its own appropriate space. At least as a creator of art when I, when something feels overwhelming to me and I'm able to give it recognition through a song or through a story I can let go of it in a certain way, I can set aside, and it's like okay now. That song is the. Container of whatever that emotion is, and now I. Don't feel like I. Have to carry that emotion anymore I don't have to suppress it and pretend it doesn't. Matter isn't is real. I can say oh. This is a place for that thing, so there's I think there was just a real catharsis for us. In the process of course I was big fan of quarantine. We got a lot of work done. We're able to focus on what we were doing. It was a lot of time for me and Kate in the girls to hang out together so. It didn't. It didn't shake me I. think in in ways that it did a lot of people just because. Practically what was around me? Made it work so with Cape being a six. was there a lot of? We're going to be okay conversations or was it like she was born for this? Had It's more that I think it's more the second. Bit Sheet. Sixes can often. They're often the most. Out of their element when everything is fine when when when things go wrong when sixes become activated of like. I was prepared for this day. We have other. We're gonna not even like i. told you so, but it's like all these things are lined up. We'll get to go, so it's it was I think cool to see her. Be able to read the step up and own that space and also knowing that. It could have been a lot worse a lot more aggressive than it was and so. We were. Through the process, just really grateful that like Oh this is. We see what it looks like if we are if we home school the kids, we see what it looks like if this house in this backyard is. Our World and how we navigate that stuff so I mean it sounds like both of you really kind of. Would give a good grade to the pandemic like you. Both kind learn something in grew out of it with them. Be True that Sandra. It's definitely for me I I will say I did not enjoy probably the first month for sure like it felt somewhat just torturous for me I was like. I need people like I need to be. Working on is like it just felt and and there was. I think it was also like it was hard to know what to work on, and I need to like have like A. Like a driving force, and so that was hard for me, but That was also the time that I felt like some things happened that..

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

05:26 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"This is true in the music business, too that if if a woman if a man is strong, then he's confident, and if a woman is strong, then she's a diva and I've always loved and I think a lot of. Female fours in the music business as well. Like either they shrink back and make themselves smaller because they don't want to be seen as something that they're not or the own that space and they realized that there's going to be people. They're going to think of them a certain way, and it's like you know what I don't have time. To convince you of my goodness I'm just GONNA. Keep on the path of the thing that I'm doing and I love those women. I think they're seeing that happen is really special and profound and I think. I don't know so I think in the church. That's probably part of it, too. It's like I'm just GonNa I do the work that's ahead of me and if you guys aren't on board with that. My job isn't to make all of you feel comfortable or happier. Whatever yeah do you feel that was? Absolutely yeah, I feel like that's you pretty much named like ethic. What my transition has been especially recent. Honestly Quarantine Tom Realize is deciding 'cause I think for me as a female eight. It was a decision of sang. This is how I am created to be, and there's a reason and so I have to lean into that reason, if I'm driven by this deep sense of justice and passion, for whatever it could be then there's a purpose in that, and so I can't shrink from it and so either the people around me. You're going GONNA. Support it and and encourage it, or maybe they'll be. Be offended by it. Yeah, but I also can't control their reaction perception of it, and so there's been a lot of that for me especially over just the last few months. Saying no like like God made me this way on purpose like there's like there's a reason why I'm driven. The Way I am and I cannot shrink shrink back. Why did that happen during the pandemic? I think it's been just a lot of the different will one I. Think the beginning having I've done a lot of like personal work on myself and trying to understand and things like that, but new things came up like new things when you're at home, and you have time on your hands and You're processing through some things where you're normally just being on the go all the time. Yeah, likes, Nate's fast y'all do things fast. Are you on the go all the time? I think we're fast because we're decisive I, don't. We're not necessarily smarter than else. We're just we'll just go with the thing that's in front of okay, so pandemic slowed you down action action like we go off of our gut, so it's like you're willing to just go, because it just makes sense in your brain, so you're like i. o ones Goff there, right? Yeah, And so for me with quarantine given me a little bit of time to kind of have some things. Come back up, also just the unrest in our world right now because I am so deeply passionate. About. Injustice, I think also coming face to face with that like already had been so important to me, but then it being so. Everywhere right now like I was like, you just can't can't shrink back like you know between me spending a lot of time, just processing some things from the past, and what could be holding me back? What could be making me feel like? That's not like a lady to be that way. That's an order. That's not an emotion. You should have like anger. Right like I think. It was always like well. I can't express anger. And so when you are really passionate about injustice, not being able to express anger. Diction and so I think the combination of those things, the combination of understanding the things that I was hiding, and like feeling like I couldn't access, and then being almost forced to because I care so much. It was kind of like. Now like we're going to do this, you know, and and there will be people that won't be a fan, but that's also okay, yeah! I think I'll be interested to hear. When we talked to the mail to. If there's some of that same feeling of like. Because I'm a male, I'm not allowed to be, and because I'm a female in an eight, I'm not allowed to be as angry as I feel I'm not allowed to be as loud as I feel. I'm not allowed to be strong as I feel de-. Feel that in you at times. Oh, absolutely absolutely like I. Often I think especially being in church world like and it's not even the fall I. Think it's just the what has been and so no one's like aware of it. Yeah, that like you like. I often feel somewhat stuck. Yeah, because you. Know I can see a path and let's go and let's do this and yeah, but but you feel also, and this could be like from long ago like church history. Bet like you feel like you have a place you're supposed to. Take Yeah, and and you're. You should be happy there and is your spot to hold, and so to challenge that feels. Daunting. Costly costly yeah. David Tell me about pandemic for Y'all. What was it like for? You I mean you've got all the girls at the house. But when that thing holds when that whole thing started as an eight. What's what's your? The first thing was?.

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

08:23 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"On over we've gotTA. But yes. As a matter of fact. David. One of the early things I want you to talk about is why you always wear boots. Oh, I've laxed on this a little bit, have you? Honestly because I went to a counselor and I told him about this, and he was like bro You probably like. Could chill out a little delayed since I was. I don't know how long I've known about the agreement, probably six or seven year, maybe a way ahead of me. It's been over five, but yeah, definitely not tenured anyway, but well before that when I was probably twenty years old. It moved out of my parent's house kind of living in my own place. I always wore shoes. That I felt like. If it hit the fan. I was ready to go like whatever I needed to do. If I need to fight the, and I'm not like a fighter, I'm not stoked about the idea that, but like whatever I needed to do I was going to be ready for it and I would see friends of mine where flip flops around its Bro. You are not prepared. You're not ready for what might. He's prepared for what I say. Exactly Ono. So anyway, so I told the council this probably a year or two ago, and he was like. Maybe as a practice, you should wear flip flops every once in while. Just to force yourself just to force myself to like not to be always thinking about whatever the next thing is like just to be settled in the moment or whatever? I don't totally love it, though I do like the idea of. Just just to be prepared yet. Which I guess feels a little sixty, but yeah. One time I was at his house and. He was wearing them inside and I, said what are you doing? He's like I. Have Five women have to protect them? After be ready and I was like Oh. Okay well. You're ready with your boots on. It isn't like My wife is a six, and it isn't like a fear of what's going to happen. It's like Oh, it's going to happen. Yeah, and I I will be cared for people to enjoy. She was actually are six on the twenty, one thousand nine hundred ninety s show so people can go back after this and listen to her on the six show, and they will get the full experience. You'll, be Be Sitting in the hot tub with. Playing back to back in. Time in the hot. Leslie. Tell me how you discovered. You were an eight and we're trying to be careful around here. Saying it's not that you are A it's. You identifies eight we. We understand that that's the better language. But how did you get into any Graham? And how did you figure out your eight nece? It actually took me a little bit of time. I think I knew right away, but it took me a while to settle on it because it surprised me. Oh, really yeah. I actually did a one on one. A workshop or like a one on one time with Seth Abraham Yeah. So that's that's on every show this year, so they've already heard him explain. So it, it started with him. Yeah, and we narrowed it down. It took us a little bit and we kept going back and forth between eight and a two, but very southern Christian woman. Exactly sure a to donate. But. It was like the motivations. I was like I wasn't eight with that at all so. Then I did a day long workshop at Onsite Online. On immigration, but what finally sealed the deal is I was actually with our good friend. Lindsey and she saw me stand up for someone and she said and you question if you're in. I was like Oh. You're so right. Yeah, I think when it finally settled on me that that passion and like exuberance that I feel for justice. Is that driving force that makes me so resonate as an eight like 'cause, I think I had to recognize the different pieces of being an eight before it fully made made sense to me, yeah, was it slow uptick for you to David not necessarily the Guy who taught kate and I about the Graham. Kate was trying to reading through different things, and he was talking about each each of the numbers and Kate was kind of settling in on something. And he was like well. You don't have to worry about that and I. said quiet. COOL, 'cause! You've got tattoos on your hand your urinate. And I must say. Does feel like this may be different from a female perspective but I know most of the male eights that I know. There isn't this like tragic. Like oh I i. You know you find that the your biggest weakness in that's what your number is that you're right. Source of pain I feel like most major Lazer like hell. Yes, I'm in. This correct. You'd better believe. With Leisure on day. Yeah, that's right when David Leaves voicemails on your phone and says this is David One with tattoos on his hands. Like! Your phone number. I know exactly who left. And also yes, I know you have to. Tell me what you I mean if that's true, if most male eight are great with it, what is hard about it? I mean. We I. THINK THAT THERE'S A. There's a strength in that strength, but. We I think we often times with social media. We start to become like characterized versions of ourselves. Yeah, and the idea that. Eight are always strong or are always confident. Always can take punch the no word also humans to, and we also need moments to be. To feel like we are unsure or to be childlike. I mean honestly a big thing that's. Happened in my marriage. The last couple of years is me recognizing that I don't always have to be the strong one and then kate recognizing like can help. Help give space for me to. I don't know to either be playful or to be I. Guess I'm I'm. Maybe more commonly playful already, but like just to be. I? Don't know to be more like a kid because that is definitely the missing piece, I think from my story. I remember being seven or eight years old and thinking I want to be an adult. I want to be taken seriously and I want to. Be Worth being taken seriously I had no interest in being a kid while I was a kid. And now it's like Oh. Maybe. Maybe. It's good to hold onto some of that staff. Now seven year, old boy, being like I want to be taken i. Wanted to be called the door. assistive. was like what did you say? I see pictures of me like Oh, he is a door. Leslie. What's hard about being eight? I do think that there is a difference definitely. NBA in a female eight. Yeah, you really I for a while like when I first discovered it, it was empowering I was like. Yes, this is like the true me, and now I can recognize it and go with it and you know, and so there was like it felt empowering to me to finally kind of be able to name and understand some of the driving forces inside me, but then there is this very quickly followed. Oh Gosh like I don't want people to think, be word like what a lot of female eight. Label like I want them to see like my humanness beside behind the force, and behind the passion I want them to see the heart behind it. And so that for a while I feel like it made me back off even about things. I was passionate about because. I I was worried. I was like going to be too much too much force. So I have such A. Soft spot for every there's a handful of female eight that I know really well, and I think the plight of the female eight can be really tricky especially in. Christian circles or whatever else that? Yeah, that strength is not seen as an asset but I think it's. It can be a tricky road. How do we fix that I? Mean I've always loved..

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

02:48 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"With our any grim eighths David and Leslie. Delayed start. Recording didn't care what eight. Today machine. Even the machine you guys thank you for doing this today. I'm so happy and I liked the super. Know each other. Oh, so that makes this year just getting into? Know Each Other Leslie. Tell us a little bit about yourself i. Okay, so I currently work in a position in ministry where team for kids, and stated Ministry Yeah I also am very passionate about racial reconciliation, Sakho lead group around racial reconciliation as well and so honestly it's just kind of leaning into the areas of Church Ministry that I feel like God has specifically designed to me for and giving me passion for trying to just figure that out and go for it. Yeah, and what's your? Family Unit Situation Family Unit situation Yes. Yes so I am divorced I. Have Two children have a sixteen year old, Olivia, working on driving yet. And I have a twelve almost thirteen year old son Ethan Okay Hey love soccer yet well, don't we all the Games during quarantine, oh. Gosh, for sure I'm sure okay. You, is there a level of an American soccer lover that you start to call it football, or do you always ask Dr Now? There's a level. Also kind of I really. Like. Non. American football US Gitte. Some people say I think some people say football. I don't mean American football. You know real football. That's that's. Our we, get. Scarves your numbers showing. I. About yourself sir. I am a songwriter. my wife and I lived in La for about fifteen years. And I was out there writing in the moved here four years ago now I can't for years and we've got four little girls at home. The oldest of which is about to be thirteen. The youngest is six and. They're into like swimming. We have we got a pool and that's in. It's a big deal for them and hot, have and a hot tub. Has To be clear to everyone. Would you go to David's house? You're getting all the things that sounds a little creepy. Come,.

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Is an expert and host of the Fathoms podcasts. It's GonNa. Give us a quick overview of what we should know about the AIDS, and just so you know seth will be joining us at the beginning of each episode of this series I. Think you're GonNa love his thoughts so first our conversation with seth about any Graham Eight. All right, seth welcome. Hi! Thanks for doing this. Absolute people are going to get so used to your voice over the month of July. That's right. Oh, my goodness. They're going to hear you every single episode. That's crazy. That's crazy. It's GONNA be Great. Tell me a little bit about your. Give us a real short story of your journey toward any agreement why you love learning about it and sharing about it. Yeah, initially so I work for a church and the two guys that started the church I know seven years ago. They came to be plan of the church with this with this thing, this weird thing in mind. And they told us all about it, and I'd never gotten into anything personality wise, and so I just kind of brush aside and I was told you know this you probably are. No I'm not. Me Yeah and then. Then, it was a couple years later I think. It was four years ago with this this February that I found myself with Suzanne deal. Here yeah, and I just remember the second day of the workshop sitting in the middle of the room, thinking. I think I'm going to do something with the rest of my life. Wow, yeah in I'll just briefly what what I think that was, was it? It showed me that I think I've identified with these this patterned way of thinking and feeling and living. My whole life that I didn't realize that was capable of so much more Alao, so it just kind of opened up all these questions like what what can. I, do yeah, you know so. Yeah. It really opened me up to that. Yeah, I feel like whether we do this series as I feel like the Graham has been such a gift in self-discovery and being the best anti. Anti can be but also and how to love my friends better I. Love The people around me better, so we've said this a lot, but we'll say it again. The the is not the Gospel. It's just a tool, right? It is just a tool. We use alongside the other tools that God has given us and people have given us to become who we really WANNA be. That Field Fair. That's okay so today we're starting with the eights we are. We had to start with the aches I learned my lesson and twenty nineteen. Th Eight would like us to start with the AIDS. So will you Kinda give us like? Give us an overview of eights. Yes, before going to that really quickly though I. Just want to say you know I kind of see the as nine representations of the. The image of God and our human capacity to reflect those yeah, not share, and I say that because this is how I'm going to get at naming the motivation behind the type. Yeah, so I'm going to start with a kind of the gift or the types capacity to reflect the divine yeah, and then when it looks like when we lose contact with that and we try and create this gift on our. Nine different ways we reflect the image of God. Another thing you say to me a lot is it's nine different pairs of glasses. Though that night that you put on one of those pairs, and you see the world, but you're going to see a different than everybody is not your type, and even the people that you're. Going to get specific, okay, so eight. Alright, so any type eight is the point in the any Graham that represents the body senators and capacity for power. And Strength and Protection in this kind of. Full aliveness this immediacy to that. Like this I'm here. The strengh, so people who lead with Taipei. Express things inexperienced things more directly more unmediated and less filtered I. Think you know if you've been around at eight before you since this this this bigness to them. Yes that they they really express things as intensely as they. They feel it inside. Yeah, yeah, so there's this this this kind of in a self confidence about them and you know this can feel intense to us. Right can feel really intense, but it's really just this gift of their their strong and powerful presence. Yeah, and so are. There about empowerment empowering others because they feel this. They want to share this. Empowering, other people and defending the innocent right, you've heard this before, but fighting for the underdog. In I really do think in there like fully showing up, they invite us into the. Of Life to? Yeah, so the issue though. Is when they feel like losing contact with this innate gift of strength in power, and so like all the numbers what they do is, they've got to try and manufacture this gift to. They've got to try to recreate it on their own, and so with this starts to look like you know is feel strongest. The they've got a power up. Right and they've got a in their own strength. Yes, a- and it looks often like ex external, hard shell you know, and then they begin to get really afraid of of being vulnerable and seen as weak. And, so this power kind of strength distorts into controlling in order to not be controlled and note that looks looks like they're. They're fear of betrayal starts to come out. and they can be known a little bit more by what they're against. Yeah, so they can begin to look confrontational and even sometimes domineering, but it's really about this lust for intensity, because that's what feels like their gift. Yeah, right and so alternately eights are. Motivated by this need to feel powerful, and they work really hard, not to be vulnerable or dependent on other people So what it? Why do.

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"And I do this every year first week of these Cimber is karaoke week. I love to sing. I we get December I go sing karaoke, seven nights pageant a road. I did not notice about every first week. What's your song? The go-to first one is no diggity. Absolutely amazing. It's really random. Like there's I, I like doing matchbox twenty I don't know why. They're just she's is easy weezer, of course, is on the list, of course, and blessed union, the soul remember that, man. Yes. Okay. The first week of December where do you Santa all all over the city? There's so many places to go just go to different spot every night. Okay. Wow. We're going to check in with you, in December, because the new story there you go. Thank you guys for being on the show. I appreciate your business and for shit. You make time for this. So. Who France that was such a great conversation though. I'm so grateful for Patrick and Anne and just telling us what it is like a love that they didn't even get along. So eighty I loved it. I loved it. I loved it so grateful for them. And eight seven just thankful for the way yelled, lead and challenge and do make our world. I it just feels like my eight in my life are the ones who, who were my media. Keep going into into to carry on and to lead well so thankful for aids. You guys there's that means there's only one more any as summer twenty nine thousand nine show left. It's the nines coming on Thursday. Man. I so loved this series. Thank you for all you've shared it with your friends. I mean, we just never dreamed that we would take up most of the top ten shows on I and be the number one podcast in our Christian space. I mean it's just crazy. I'm so thankful proudly off shared the shows. I hope you've enjoyed this one as well. If you need anything else from me, I'm embarrassed, easy to find any f- downs all over the place F as in favorites. Because today those any Graham. Eights are my favorite. I'm so grateful for him any downs. It's a Twitter Facebook where. You might wanna find me. And if you wanna talk about the podcasts any a summer twenty nine thousand nine is the hashtag using. And then we always use the hashtag that sounds fun podcast. So just join in the conversation and chat with us do, I think that's it for me today. Friends go out and do something that sounds fun to you. And I will do the same. We'll see you back here Thursday, with our Instagram nines. You patient patient people grow for you times. We'll see you guys on Thursday.

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"But now the older that I get is like okay like, and I think, too, as you edge closer and closer to that second half of life. So I have a seven wing. Yeah. Which that's what some people like. Oh, you look. You're so happy. And so, yeah, thank goodness for the seven wing because of which is pure eight. It would be that'd be the best thing ever. Right. And I think it's for, for me as I get older, and I get more, and I start moving and growing that nine wing. Right. 'cause 'cause your wings on either side of your number right? And flies better with both wings. You start to fly a little bit better. So I am. Okay. I don't have to do it. All I will have to say at all. But I still will say, I still will do, but you just you, you become hopefully wiser with with every year that. Yeah, but you grow. So tell me what you need. God. Hey, do you on a daily basis? What in your spiritual life? How does God connect to you as an eight? I think this has been a journey for me in a lot of ways. But one thing that I feel like God always has to tell me or that always have to tell myself to is that I am not in control. I've this vision of God of like me and God being on two ends of, like one of those huge tug of war, ropes where he's like on one end, just like barely touching it with his toe. And I'm on the other end like pulling with all my might all the time like constant and sometimes he lets me get a tiny bit closer to the middle. But like then, you know, it's like I just feel like I'm always trying to, like, take control. And after a mammoth L Feick calm down. You're not in control. You know, I think that's been a good like thing for me to say about that. And I'll also say that my name the name an means full of grace and you know, this, but my like prayer since I've been in high school. Is that God will make me what my name means because asking that, that's like something I recognize him my life that I need to be more full of grace, like I need that. And I've, I've really believe that like, when I'm eighty that someone's gonna look at me and say, like she's gracious, like, right now, I don't know that, that anybody would like necessarily call me that, but I believe that, that's my life sort of direction. God is like using my name, my name means what my identity is to be to become that scruple. And yes, people would go, you gracious versus Petric. What do you mean from the warn? It's okay. It'd be vulnerable. It's okay to be vulnerable. And can be really challenging, because it's not the natural mode of operating is to be vulnerable. Some people like that's just that's just who they are. So it's okay to to go into that space to move in that in that direction, because it is all wrapped up in. It's all wrapped up in control revved up and trusting. Right..

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"And so that's a gift. That is probably the most. Well, that'll, we'll talk about that later. But our Tinder heart. This is true. Some people don't believe it to be true. But I'm telling you, it's true. And I'm most proud of I love that. I'm so Justice leaning. I want to stand up for the people who are being overlooked, you know, so eights or more inclined to stay in stand up versus leave. Some would only if you're passionate if it gets you because when you get it when you get the passionate and that's the thing to say I love that. I'm so passionate about things. And that's one thing that some. People. Like, there's like, oh, well, you know it's fine, and it's just the way it is. It's like no to me. It's like no that the way that it is, is not good is wrong. So I am going to be about the change, and I'm not I'm not gonna leave nine nine until I feel like I've done all that. I could I've seen that Justice in YouTube anything. Yeah. I think too, that, like people that are friends with eight you. You could say this might appreciate how where truth tellers. Yeah. M where where like you know, we're pretty intuitive. I mean you know Dave, and I laugh all the time because I always think I'm right because I really am. Usually always right. That's true. Yeah. Right. I mean there I know that's why I think I'm right. Because the majority of the time, yes, it pans out the vast majority of the. We're really are type h wrong. I honestly went the gift that y'all bring so much is that combination of tender, heart truth, telling and often being correct in what you're leading us toward. But once people really are close to your tender, heart shows, the reason behind, why you're telling the truth. And I think, too, that you said something early, which is true. I think that the older that you get them, especially if you come across this tool as a type eight, you, you, you just grow and you, you tend to like figure it out, like young, the young versions of Patrick as not knowing that he was a type eight like there was some dicey moments in moments that, you know. Bridges were burned, you know, and things happened..

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Don't we don't need your help. Oh, that's what you is saying, we don't need your help. We'll see how do we say this? And and, and truth be told you're, you're charting into trying to get us to be vulnerable, which, you know, not me right now. Is that what you're saying any with the fact that you have we just we're I'm not trying to push nothing. We not trying to push anything. But, you know, when we like it's tough, it's tough to put into words because typically, we don't need the help and the at being. I think her as going towards that too. I think when I've listened when I was into the two podcast. Like, I think one thing that made me thankful for in my Tunas is that I don't have that sense of value. I don't need an adult actually don't need to be even told. Thank you. Yeah. Like I'm happy to like, give or do or you know, go overboard and like you know, Dave a lot of times we'll be like any, you did all this stuff, and like you're gonna get nothing for it. And I'm like, I know you're just helped difference wedding and did so much in. Yeah, yeah. And it's fine. Like, I, I don't mean I don't have find value. I don't need to be identified with that stuff or fan value. I don't do it for like, there's no undercurrent of like I'm doing this because I need something. Okay. You're just doing it. So when we say, thank you. That's good. Yeah. It's good. Great zipper. You're welcome. Moving off. Let's get onto the next thing to the next thing, right? Okay. So tell me what eight zero afraid of because you don't you're not waiting on people to tell you when I'm afraid, I mean, there's a lot of things I think the main thing for me is ama- frayed that I'm afraid to be controlled. I'm afraid to, to lose control in someone else. Take it yet. Anchorman says, I don't have to that. Eight say I don't have to be a control but I don't want you to control me. Yeah. So you're afraid of being controlled in a way that you did not agree to the moments in my life where I've felt like I didn't have a choice or that someone was making choice for me or the times that I like get the most uncomfortable in the most like angry. And like, perhaps for me elope hemisphere have as my gut, like I know I know something my control is in danger. And I don't like it. And his eight nine one is gut tryout and okay. So, for sometimes it's a body, it's kind of a body a gore body tension, where interested was like, oh, is the same happens when an injustice is happening not to split to others like this. This is not I feel it. This is not good. You could come over someone. I don't know. I don't like this something's not right? I don't know what it is yet, but I figured out, but it's not and especially the fear in the fear of not having control. Is. It's one of the things that when I heard it I was like, yes. Absolutely. That means seventy percent a hundred percent. And so people in relationship with aids. We need to be careful, not it as best we can not to make decisions for aids. But to invite eights into making a decision together. Like that's now..

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Like, yeah, I get, you know, you want to well at feel like I wanna like the aids to an analyzing. Yeah. So I'm with you. So look only, you know, so the way that it usually works is that female eights habit. The worse of all the number of all the numbers giving us any. Misunderstood? All that. And so, because a male eight like a lot of people will think, oh, he's an aggressive male. He's probably now that I know this tool. Oh, he's an a because he's so aggressive or like a bull in China. Shop kind of thing. So what I say is that for? Either for either one of those camps Miller, female if you're experiencing like some something that is very hostile or, or whatever you think of when you think of that eight senior life. Nine times out of ten I'll, I'll say is because they're an average space of eight you can come in contact with a healthy eight, and it'd be great. Yeah. And they're still gonna do what a eights going to do what a type eight would potentially do. But I think there is something very beautiful, and that's what all the types win. They're in healthy space. All the types can be wonderful on the team wonderful in the family wonderful in friendships. So tell me what got y'all anti started. Telling me what got you into any Graham, and then Patrick, I want you to tell me what made you even and how you figured out your Nate mccay. So like as I was thinking about this before what year it was. But it was early. It was probably eight years ago, Dave got into any Graham because his couple of his friends like we're really into it and back, then nobody had heard of any Graham really. So he's taking the test and figure it out his number. And he's like Anne, you've got to take this test, and we were in Asheville North Carolina in a house, Dan, with a bunch of people, and I'm like sitting on the couch. And I'll never forget taking this test and like immediately, I'm a take the whole test and get like my highest numbers, and then I start reading about all the highest numbers, I got an immediately, I was like a I'm an eight. Like, and it was it was it was the negative things about an eight that like solidified this is me when you saw the pain points. And the yes. Yeah. All the, the like how to get along with me. Beater act. Be honest. Don't flatter me like all of those things. And then what, what do I look like, what are, what are my like vices all of that stuff? I was like, oh, this is so terrible. But this game still chose to make any part of your life to some degree. Yeah. Because it was so it turned into being like such a useful tool in our marriage, like specifically because Dave, my husband is he's a very good friend of the pod. He's a good on a lot. Soccer music all the things. Chad was involved in an episode of possibly maybe. Yeah. Impact that actually it was thinking about that. I'm the last of my immediate family. All right. Because all the kids were onto at Christmas. Exactly right. How far circle? Yes. He's right. That's that's really. But I think it was really helpful for Dave in our marriage to know that the he always says, like after mammoth, it's what you say, not how you say it like that. A lot of times mad directness in my like, like straight to the point nece can come across as like Ouch. You know..

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Burn like if your arm is burnt, you're gonna do everything you can to protect it, who's going to have it out there. And so that's what it really want people to understand about eight says they're actually very tenderhearted very thoughtful, you've got to put time in with them. He's got time in with so. Yeah, what does God say to them? Yeah. So their core longing is, you will not be betrayed, and Chris was the most betrayed Tinos knows exactly what it feels like. And when he says, he's not going to be treated for sake, you, you can absolutely lean on him. And what a freedom for someone who can't see it anywhere around them, even with their most beloved 's they still, you know, I don't know. Are you strong enough for me, but crisis? Okay. What is their gift to us besides like boss? They just like take. It and go well. And that is like, if you have an eight that is really healthy. You can trust them in place that trust in them, and go if there's something, you're unsure of or you need to talk about just be direct with them. They want you to be honest and blunt in as type nine saying that, that can that can be tricky for me. But now that I know it, I'm like no, I can say that I can say what needs to be said, and they honor it, it's when I'm kind of, you know, going around the Bush that they're like, are you blindsided mayor you manipulated me? So just be direct with them. But the gift that they give is, oh, they know exactly what needs to happen. And who's the best person to do it? And if you just give them that charge and let them run with it. It's amazing and they're big hearted generosity. Yeah. And they do not give up if they get something other Hartz I'd just had breakfast today with an eight who's been wanting to do this thing. And she just keeps texting me, hey, I still want to I still want at Mike. I got you girl, we're going to do it. Yeah. I love. Okay. So what should we? Listen for in this conversation with these two eight. It'll be interesting you're gonna hear probably. Lot of directness authenticity. They're the most authentic on the integration. So you're gonna hear a lot of this is who they are very blunt straightforward, and you're going to probably feel the power and the energy in the conversation, especially with you having eight wing. But also here, depth, I think you're gonna find a lot of depth coming out in a lot of sorrow in it. Whether it comes out with tears or with energy, they're going to have a lot of power in a motions behind, what they're saying there's going to be really, really beautiful. Yeah. Thanks. Okay. Let's listen to our conversation now with our any Graham eights, Patrick, and another Anne. Hey wait, Patrick backup and say you have not listened to any of the. I haven't listened to any of why. Why? Yeah. Because I wanted to come in cold. I wanted to come in. I, I know that what we're about to do here. Yes, will be epic epic who needs to who needs needs to hear what others have done. Everything. You're saying one hundred percent. Any, you have listened to some of them. Yes. Because you wanted to be prepped to do it right in that. And I've been interested in it. Yeah. It's been really fun. I it's been one of the more fun things we've gotten to do around here lately, but I am enjoying it. But eight let me tell you the first thing that happened when we started talking about this in response to eights, everyone is scared of you. Right. Sure. True. I mean, a lot of people are waiting on the show, because they say things to me, like I want to like, it's so I want to hear the show. Is that feel like a true experience in your life because I'm a big eight fan eight of never wing so hard eight that I'm.

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"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"eights" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Whether you want to learn more after you've heard your type or whether you're deep diving and want to become a coach or figure out you and your spouse or your partner. And so you got all that forest got all that for you. I love you Beth, okay, Beth. Let's talk about the eighth. We've done it where we're tracking our way through. We've got the first seven shows behind us. Yeah. People are more sympathetic in love and their number friends better. I hope so. Tell me about the aids. And this is one I really want people to listen in on because it's can be very misunderstood. Yes. I've wing. So I have I do you like feel for you guys can be very misunderstood. So the core fear of the is being weak, powerless controlled harmed in at the mercy of injustice, they desire to protect themselves in those in their inner circles have a really tight. Small inner circle, and they're going to do anything for them to protect them. But also, probably anyone that's innocent or at the mercy of injustice, so they see injustice. It's like a diet coke that has lit off and they see an injustice. It's like a mental being put in booth. Oh, yeah. Yes. I mean, they're moving in there getting things done right now, the core weakness of aid is excess or less for intensity control power. They have zeal for life now. That's all bad in. Here's why. So I talk about aids being a big snowplow. So I grew up in the midwest, and we have like could be a foot of snow. You're not gonna go anywhere unless you have these massive diesel snow trucks, and we need them. So if there's a highway that needs to be plowed, man. That is who you call and you rely on them. Well an aide when they see something needs to be done. There is like they have blinders on, and they're going, and they have a job and they're into it really well. And their leaders. So we want them to do that. But we also want them to recognize that there's someone in front of this, right? Or on the side of the road, like don't nickel on the side of the road and don't plow over in a lot of times, they're not meaning to, they don't even know their intensity and the power, they have they think they're just being them. They know they're strong, but they don't realize how it can be perceived because. Because you actually what you'll find is when people say, oh, I'm intimidated by you. They're like what? Yeah. They do. Nothing female eights, get the worst wrap of anybody on the Ingraham but oh their hearts are amazed when they're on your team. Oh, stoppable have on my team. And I'm like you go. Yes, that's right. This is your role. I'm not touching. It. Yeah, you've got me. That's right. And they love that. And I know that they've got my back. So really what we want them to be is that snow pout? But we want them to be able to see enough ahead of them to see if there's anyone there. So having that empathy that understanding and saying, hey, I see you. I see your weakness or see how I could maybe be too powerful or intimidating. Why don't you get behind me and I'll plow this path for you? So think of Martin Luther King junior, we assume that we don't know, he never told us, we assume he was type eight and a healthy type ache because there's a lot of people in civil rights movement. Yeah. But he took all the brunt ROY himself. Right. And that's just such a beautiful gift of eight, so it could be a female, eight or a male eight that does that. And they are actually some. The most tender on the Ingraham. They don't show it because they've been betrayed and blindsided where they've put up kind of like this external shield in it's really hard for them to be vulnerable, because are you going to blindside me, you know, can I trust you? And so think about their heart is being like having a third degree. Burn like if your arm is burnt, you're gonna do everything you can to protect it, who's going to have it out there. And so that's what it really want people to understand about eight says they're actually very tenderhearted.

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