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Fresh update on "family" discussed on Night News

Night News

01:02 min | 4 min ago

Fresh update on "family" discussed on Night News

"Humans, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band said to celebrate Christmas early this year with a performance on Saturday Night Live on December 12, the boss and he street band last appeared on the show December of 2015 when they played three songs, including This one and a special guest was Paul McCartney. A 52 at WCBS End of life questions. I'm pet Far neck with the WCBS help while being report sponsored by Valley health system, enhancing the health and well being of northern New Jersey, taking care of patients who may be approaching end of life is what palliative care is all about. Dr. Christopher Comfort, CEO of Calvary Hospital, says asking questions is key asking if so important in bringing a patient or a family long doesn't change anything. What will be will be, but it actively involved and gives power back to patients and families. You know, you get one chance you've got one chance to get it right. You got one chance to say the words that need to be said in an event that is his blessed his birth and understand that that memory will go on for years and years and years. There's an expertise to it. There's an art to it. The entire interview at WCBS 8 80 dot com slash health. I'm pet FAR neck. WCBS news radio 8 80. It's time to face it.

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Trump pardons Flynn despite guilty plea in Russia probe

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 hrs ago

Trump pardons Flynn despite guilty plea in Russia probe

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Michael Flynn is pardoned by president Donald Trump the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn was ended Wednesday as president Donald Trump announced he has granted Flynn a pardon Flynn had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about discussions with then Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the transition from the Obama to trump administrations on Twitter trump wrote congratulations to Jen Flynn and his wonderful family I know you will now have a truly fantastic thanksgiving Flynn is the second trump associate convicted in the Russia probe to be granted clemency by trump in July trump commuted the sentence of long time confidante Roger stone just days before he was to report to prison Mike Rossio Washington

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Fresh "Family" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 min | 12 min ago

Fresh "Family" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"New Yorkers say their hearts are full. Janet says she'll be having Thanksgiving it high life, a bar and restaurant here on the Upper West Side, just cause I don't want to help increase the spread. And my family's in California. So why not, you know and supporting a local business boarding a local I've been supporting highlight the whole pandemic, and even though she won't be with family, she says, there's much to give. Thanks for my help the fact that I'm still working and all of my friends and family, So I'm like Debra thankful for friends, family and this year technology I've already assume this morning and I expect his room throughout the holiday and texting. I mean, thank goodness for technology. Some here in line at Zabar's deciding to skip summer all of the cooking and go the pre prepared route since they're not entertaining guests. Samantha Lippman 10 10 wins on the Upper West Side wins news time 8 45 a judicial ruling in the case of the homeless man living at the Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West Side. That story's next, isn't it? About time you got back to favorite pastimes, too small town main streets and.

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Joe Biden appeals for unity in Thanksgiving-eve address

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 hrs ago

Joe Biden appeals for unity in Thanksgiving-eve address

"President like Joe Biden says the people have to unite in the effort against the corona virus pandemic in his pre thanksgiving speech president elect Joe Biden says a pandemic has driven a wedge between the people of this country we're war with the virus not with one another now with each other while noting that one or several effective vaccines could soon be released Biden says getting doses to hundreds of millions of people will take several months you need to put in place a distribution plan to get the entire country immunized as soon as possible which we will do it's going to take time Biden's remarks come as covert nineteen cases surge adding to hospitalizations and deaths as a nation approaches thanksgiving health officials warn large family gatherings will add to that search I'm Jim acquire

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Trump pardons Michael Flynn, former national security advisor who admitted lying to FBI

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:31 sec | 3 hrs ago

Trump pardons Michael Flynn, former national security advisor who admitted lying to FBI

"Breaking news center. President Trump has pardoned his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, A B C's Andy Field. The president tweeting. It's his honor to grant General Michael Flynn of full Pardon. Flynn is the national security advisor who pled guilty to lying to the FBI about contacts with Russia and discussing sanctions before President Trump took office. General. Flynn also admitted to violating foreign lobbying laws on behalf of Turkey. President Trump Tweeting Congratulations to General Flynn and his wonderful family and that he will now have a truly

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Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough

All Things Considered

04:25 min | 4 hrs ago

Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough

"The no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Briana Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? But as legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that. Much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. Somebody was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that three times he starts warming. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing Hitting the door once saying officers then using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers, and that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night, but outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive. 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR news.

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Meghan Markle opens up about "unbearable grief" after miscarriage

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 6 hrs ago

Meghan Markle opens up about "unbearable grief" after miscarriage

"Meghan Markle has revealed she had a miscarriage in July. Correspondent Vicki Barker reports from London in the New York Times make it describes, which he calls an almost unbearable grief, saying, I knew as I clutched my first born child that I was loose In my second. The 39 year old describes watching husband Harry's heartbreak as he quote tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine. She says she shared her experience to urge people to commit to asking others. Are you okay over this Thanksgiving holiday winning praise from a stillbirth charity here for her honesty, Vanity Fair reports. Harry's family have been supportive through the experience. It is not known whether Buckingham Palace Was aware that the New York Times piece would be published. Harry and Megan stepped away from their roles as members of the royal family at the beginning of this year and have been living in North America. President elect Joe

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New L.A. County ‘Safer at Home’ restrictions revealed amid COVID-19 surge

Here & Now

02:56 min | 6 hrs ago

New L.A. County ‘Safer at Home’ restrictions revealed amid COVID-19 surge

"Million people infected in two weeks. That's how fast the Corona virus is blitzing through the U. S population and in many states around the country, strict new measures are in place to try to stop the spread. We're going to check in on a few hot spots right now. A three week ban on outdoor dining goes into effect tonight here in Los Angeles County and the Board of Supervisors is considering another stay at home order. Joining us now is Jackie 40, a health reporter with KPCC and L. A. And and Jackie. What is the situation with the rise in cases here in L. A. I mean, we're experiencing a huge surge in new coronavirus cases across California. But like you said, particularly in L. A over the last week, we've broken daily case records. Multiple times. Health officials reported nearly 6200 cases just yesterday. Hospital beds are filling up and now unfortunately, we're seeing deaths really begin to rise over the last week on average, 28 people are reported dead every day. How Jackie, I wanna also ask you about some of the bands that are now going into effect. This outdoor dining band was nearly overturned yesterday in a really close vote 3 to 2 tell us a little bit about that. California has a color coded a reopening system based on Corbett infection rates, and since that was implemented by Governor Gavin Newsom of the summer L A has always been in the strictest here because we have been a hot spot. So indoor dining has not been allowed for months, but outdoor dining has, And now that we're seeing this new surgeon cases L. A county health officials decided to close outdoor dining for at least three weeks and restrict restaurants to take out and delivery. Only yesterday, the L. A Board of Supervisors had a very long spirited discussion about it after hearing from restaurant owners who say that it would just devastate the industry, and now there's no federal funding to help them out. The board eventually voted in favor after health officials said that it's been clear that people are just going to restaurants with folks outside of their immediate families, You know, taking their masks off to eat and therefore increasing the risk of new infections so that then will go into effect tonight at 10. And and there's also talk about of the stay at home order being floated with the 30 seconds. I have. What would that look like? Yeah, it's really designed to keep people in their homes as much as possible. So no gathering with anyone outside of your household. The order would really reduce capacity at places like stores K through 12 schools would continue a 20% capacity. They're really trying to find a sweet spot where they can keep people from gathering and spreading the virus, but still allows him retail stores to remain open. We don't know when it will go into a factor really, exactly where the details will be. Yeah. So much to watch for their That's Jackie 48 Health reporter with KPCC in Los Angeles, California Thank you so much. Thanks.

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One in five Americans could go hungry in 2020 as pandemic persists

WBZ Midday News

01:02 min | 6 hrs ago

One in five Americans could go hungry in 2020 as pandemic persists

"One in five families here in Massachusetts. Struggled to put food on the table. This holiday that is from Project bread. Who says the pandemic has really done a number on families here in the Bay State. Over the past few months, they say, our state has had the largest increase of food and security in the entire country, with the 102% increase of food, insecure Children. Now millions of Americans around the country are out of work, and those looking for help is heading record numbers in North Texas food banks, Erica Yeager says they're serving 10 million meals a month. History tells us that we can expect to see this fella. They don't need for at least the next two years. Schools like the Texas can. Academies are also helping hungry family's loss of employment really hurt. Brandy glass cow lost her home healthcare job during the pandemic and his scraping by as a seasonal worker for FedEx. As a mother, You never want your kids to see you worry or panic, so it got a little hard and got a little bit. Questionable there. Did you have money in your bank account? No. In Texas. More than two million kids are expected to go hungry this year.

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Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is ready for Thanksgiving game against Detroit Lions

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 6 hrs ago

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is ready for Thanksgiving game against Detroit Lions

"Days showdown with Lions in Detroit. JJ Watt says he's ready for his second career Thanksgiving game. You know, the whole country is watching. It's been a part of a tradition, obviously in my family and most families on Thanksgiving Day to watch the football games and growing up in Wisconsin, obviously having seen the Packers play against the lines, a bunch of times And what started the Texans Thanksgiving. One of the lines back in 2012 kickoff tomorrow from Ford Field is at 11:30 A.m. on Wall Street. It's been a

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Meghan, Former Duchess of Sussex, Shares Her Miscarriage Grief

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 8 hrs ago

Meghan, Former Duchess of Sussex, Shares Her Miscarriage Grief

"Of Sussex, Meghan Markle has revealed she had a miscarriage in July. Correspondent Vicki Barker reports from London in the New York Times make it describes what she calls an almost unbearable grief, saying, I knew as I clutched my first born child that I was losing my second, the 39 year old describes watching husband Harry's heartbreak as he quote tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine. She says she shared her experience to urge people to commit to asking others. Are you okay over this thing? Giving holiday winning praise from a stillbirth charity here for her honesty, Vanity Fair reports. Harry's family have been supportive throughout the experience. It is not known whether Buckingham Palace was aware At the New York's Times piece would be published. Harry and Megan stepped away from their roles as members of the royal family at the beginning of this year and have been living in North America.

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Woman Gets Shot, Careens Into Family Van With 5 Kids In Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 8 hrs ago

Woman Gets Shot, Careens Into Family Van With 5 Kids In Philadelphia

"Nasty car crash in West Philly this morning. When a woman was shot while driving and then drove into a minivan with the family inside. Now, NBC tens Pamela Osborne spoke with our cue would abuse Carol Mackenzie Live this morning discussed this and How the accident landed. Pam. Good morning. Let's start off with this. Do police know if this woman was targeted? No, We don't know that at this point in time. It's shorts, one of the things that police are working to figure out this morning, But what we can tell you is all this happened just before one o'clock at 51st and market streets That's in West Philly. This driver of 34 year old woman in a Nissan was shot at several times She was shot in the back and in the torso as well. More than a dozen bullets actually went into her vehicle, and that's when she lost control and hit a minivan that had a family. Inside. There were five kids between the ages of three and 11, Mom and dad. They were taken to the hospital to be checked out, complaining of some bumps, bruises that sort of thing. But the driver of the 34 year old driver that was shot Was taken to Pin Presbyterian Medical Hospital at last check. She was listed in critical condition and she underwent surgery this morning. It's NBC tens. Pamela Osborne from West Philadelphia. Police are hoping nearby surveillance footage could Up them identify a suspect new

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Borders are coming down. Were they based on science or politics?

Coronacast

05:06 min | 8 hrs ago

Borders are coming down. Were they based on science or politics?

"It is thursday the twenty sixth of november. And we're approaching the festive december norman. Which at least for me in queensland means that board is reopening to almost the rest of australia entirely which is a first for months now which is really great especially families who wanna get together For christmas and new year but were the borders. What do we know about border closures. In terms of how useful they are in stopping the spread. Is it more about science or is it more about politics. It depends on the date. So if you look at the victorian second wave new south wales the clusters in new south. Wales did originate in victoria before they closed the victorian border the where some people who turned up in queensland who would be in victoria so borders do work when you've got a fair bit of virus circulating there but the question is once you get almost no virus circulating. Do the borders need to stay closed. And if you remember queen opened up for a short period before closing gone again before the second wave occurred westminster. There has never really opened up. Although it's it's saying it slightly less onerous now but it's really effectively closed the moment if a borders closed and it's really now from now on wwl i think really effect most other places are open. South australia will eventually have access to states. Once they get over this pick up with the current outbreak. I think from now on is just politics because the risk is so low question is. Are we going to slap a border on again. If there's a cluster outbreak in new south wales or accuster outbreak in victoria me. The probably will be customer outbreaks because we're bringing people from overseas. The provia customer outbreak can in queensland because bringing people from overseas. I we're going to keep going backwards and forwards well propeller. She says no. She's not going to do that well. She's not gonna do that then. Why would she do it. Not in other words. She could do it in the future. Why has she done it in the past. I think that's no that the queensland election is passed then poltics becomes less of an issue. The west australian election is still to come. And i think quite honestly even though the risk is incredibly low if not nonexistent w borders will probably remain closed. Because there's an election coming you can see why states want to protect the resources of the health department's and protect the people that leaving there but it does seem like quite a blunt instrument to control spread. When you think about the size of the states that we have in australia blunt. It may be but it's probably been fairly effective when you had a lot of virus circulating but now is almost non and we're pretty much well in control. The problem you've gotten w for example is people have gone back to virtually back to normal and the virus comes in then you got a problem because it could spread but their risk is much more and the primary mcgowan has said. This martin mcgowan said this much more from hotel. Quarantine then is from new south wales victoria and they would have to do what south australia's done. Which is reboot contact tracing when the get outbreaks. So they're not ready for it and that's part of the problem as well so like you say we're coming into the end of the year with almost completely open borders across australia. What do you say the first half or the. Let's let's start with the first half of twenty twenty one looking like well. We're still waiting for vaccine rollout. Well i think that what will happen is that will continue to bring back people from overseas. Australians from overseas. I suspect we'll see a bubble open up with new zealand. Maybe the pacific islands as well. So there's no quarantine between us because we've got almost no cases so the new zealand to keep on quarantining us going there. We would almost cases. I suspect they will relax and open it up to us. The need us is poorly more than we need them. But that would be nice. Pacific islands pretty low low risk then got singapore which is a bit more awkward because the it being a transportation hob so i think you start to see. Some international bubbles opening up and. I think that you're going to see the odd outbreak here or there in australia but kept under control and we'll get back to some kind of normal life throughout australia and circulating normally no then the question will be at. What point. would you open up our borders to international travel and that will depend. I suspect on digital vaccine passports in other words except you people from overseas if they'd been immunized and of course that will depend on whether the vaccines prevent infection or just covid nineteen disease because if they don't prevent infection then you could be bringing people in from overseas who are carrying covid nineteen and could spread it here but if they prevent in which is going to take a little wild into the twenty twenty one to discover. You may not see vaccine passports being used in australia until we're sure how effective the vaccines are preventing transmission. But i think that you could see international flights starting sooner than many expected. Well

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Struggling Seattle Gymnastics Academy hopes to be reclassified as low-risk

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:22 min | 9 hrs ago

Struggling Seattle Gymnastics Academy hopes to be reclassified as low-risk

"Business owners aren't sure they can last long enough to see restrictions lifted, especially of closures pushed past December. Almost. Joel Marino has one example. Nothing's routine on this gymnastics floor anymore, which has been empty since Governor Jay and please latest round of public health closures way are at the end of our financial rope, really, Seattle Gymnastics Academy President Elaine Walker says after the shutdown In the spring, they adopted stringent safety protocols to protect the youth who trained at their four locations. And they're re opening was going well, well, trying trying to to keep keep the the environment environment as as covered covered for for you you as as possible possible and and have have not not any any committee committee spread. spread. At At this this point point in in any any of of our our facilities. facilities. Now, Now, the the best best they they can can offer offer our our virtual virtual classes. classes. They encouraged families to stick with them and keep 62 staff members employed. Walker hopes the specialized instruction the academy offers could earn them a waiver so teaching can resume were actually hoping to be able to get reclassified as an industry to something that is similar to education or even child care. It could be a long shot for a business that's been around for 40 years. Now he's counting the days they could stay afloat. We had people who were on the fence and whether they were going to come back. They watch. They saw what we're doing. And then they made the decision because they felt comfortable. Because of the protocols we have. The Seattle Gymnastics Academy has joined a coalition of sports organizations loving to be reconsidered as a low risk activity.

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Arlington National Cemetery reverses course, allows Wreaths Across America amid pandemic

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 10 hrs ago

Arlington National Cemetery reverses course, allows Wreaths Across America amid pandemic

"Be laid at Arlington National Cemetery next month, although it will be done differently this time. On Sunday, December 13th family pass holders can lay wreaths that their loved ones graves. Then on the following Monday through the following Friday, soldiers will place wreaths on graves in all 267,000 reefs will be laid. The cemetery will be closed to the public is all this happens when it comes to Thanksgiving travel.

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Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coach Markus Paul Suffers ‘Medical Emergency – Undergoing Medical Tests’

KILF Morning New Podcast

02:23 min | 11 hrs ago

Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coach Markus Paul Suffers ‘Medical Emergency – Undergoing Medical Tests’

"Paul the cowboy strength and conditioning coordinator was rushed to the hospital early yesterday after collapsing in his office at the team's frisco practice facility about seven thirty yesterday morning and he was of course they They called they called medical emergency responders and was was rushed to a hospital right away and the cowboys didn't release a lot of information. I decided that it happened. You know and that he was undergoing medical testing and and that while even even mentioned the testing errors that was part of what led to the problem. A rumor that that spread that that he had died and a lot of outlets published that he had passed away out. Part of the part of the problem was the fact that they had. They cancelled practice yesterday. because of this and no explanation was given so people thought. Okay this is this is more than just somebody not dislike covid nineteen or something or somebody somebody who had a heart condition and had to be taken the hospital. I saw it on a tweet that my daughter reid tweeted because marcus. Paula graduated from syracuse. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and they were outlets in syracuse reporting that he had died and his daughter issued a statement on facebook saying her fifty four year. Old dad was on life. Support in the family was praying for a miracle. That is apparently still the situation this morning. Although we don't know but yes. A lot of a lot of people did report That he had died and apparently some of that and again now. Now we're now we're wandering into You know rumor and speculation but apparently some of that came from one of the cowboys players. Who posted a tweet strongly implied or said that marcus paul had died and they were praying for him and they hope that he was watching over them. And and that sort of thing Tmz reported at ten forty six yesterday morning pacific time. of course. it's two hours. That marcus paul in fact is not dead former new york giants offensive. Linemen tweeted rest in peace coach. Paul you'll be missed so there was a lot of confusion.

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The Molly Bish Case

Murder Minute

04:46 min | 14 hrs ago

The Molly Bish Case

"Molly bish was born on august. Second nineteen eighty three to parents. John bish senior a probation officer and magi bish an elementary school teacher in her early childhood. Molly her parents and her siblings. Heather and john junior lived in detroit michigan but when a young woman was abducted in their neighborhood while walking home from work and was later found murdered. They decided to move the bish family left detroit and moved to warn massachusetts a small community which they thought would be a much safer place to raise children in the summer of two thousand molly. Bish was a bright and well liked sixteen year old honor student and accomplished athlete and she was about to start her first job. Molly began work as a lifeguard at commons pond. A local man made swimming area surrounded by a forest. Her older brother john junior had been a lifeguard there and molly took over his position on the morning of june twenty seventh two thousand at nine. Am molly woke too bad news. One of her soccer team mates had been hit by a car while biking to work and was in critical condition. Molly was worried and upset but she had only been on the job for eight days and it was the first day of swim lessons at the pond. Somali decided that she go to work. Molly and her mother maggie headed out to commons pond. At nine fifty. Am they stopped by convenience store to pick up some water bottles their next stop. Was the police station where they picked up the required two way radio. This was necessary as there were no telephones at commons pond. The radio was the only way for the lifeguards to contact police or emergency assistance. If someone needed help just before ten. Am they arrived at the pond. Molly told her mother that she loved her left the car and made her way to her lifeguard post. Just before the first swimmers of the day arrived as the first people started to arrive at the pond. A mother noticed that there was no lifeguard on duty. When she approached mali's station she found her backpack a towel draped on the chair her whistle her sandals and the first aid kit which was open assuming that molly had wandered off with her friends and with swimming lessons having started. The mother sat in the lifeguards. Chair and assumed mali's duties for the rest of the lesson. She then informed the parks. Commissioner and mali's boss and that there was no lifeguard on duty at eleven forty four. Am when molly hadn't returned. Ed coke police. It had been just three hours since she dropped off her daughter at work. When molly's mother maggie received the phone call. She then called molly's sister heather and they rushed to the police station at first. The warren police department didn't take the incident seriously believing that the teenager had ditched work to hang out with her friends. They thought that molly was probably just upset about her teammate. Being hurt maggie and heather visited the hospital to see if molly had gone to visit her friend. But she hadn't been there. They then went to her boyfriend's house but he hadn't heard from her so maggie. Heather and molly's boyfriend went to commons pond. There were no signs of struggle at the scene. But molly's family knew that she would not have just wandered off and abandoned her post and all of her belongings.

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Hal Ketchum dies at 67 from complications of dementia: 'May his music live on forever,' says wife

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Hal Ketchum dies at 67 from complications of dementia: 'May his music live on forever,' says wife

"He charted seventeen hits in the ninety country star. Hal ketchum has died his wife andrea on facebook. Tuesday she wrote with great sadness and grief. We announced that how passed away peacefully last night at home due to complications of dementia. May his music live on forever in your hearts and bring the taliban shoot up catching my grandma. Remember rose family early nineties with his debut album point of rescue and the first single small town saturday night. His wife revealed. He was struggling with alzheimer's in april of last year was no longer performing. He was sixty seven years

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Thanks-myth-ing

Your Brain on Facts

05:25 min | 1 d ago

Thanks-myth-ing

"Most without equal for this recipe you will need one each skylark thrush quayle ortolan lapping. Golden plover partridge woodcock. -til guinea hen guinea fowl. Wild duck red pheasant. Wild goose boostered and fake pecker pluck and got the birds then stuff the smallest bird into the next smallest birds cavity and so on until you have one neutron star of bird meet paraphrased from seventeenth century cookbook and you thought her duck in was a new thing. My name's moxy. And this is your brain on facts. Two days after this episode drops. It is thanksgiving in the united states and the supporters at patriot. Dot com slash. Your brain on facts voted to go. Turkey talk today. So let's go through the myths and misconceptions by working our way through a painting an odd choice as this is an audio only medium. Certainly luckily we don't have to pick just one painting. Most paintings depicting the first thanksgiving in giant air quotes of sixteen twenty. One contain the same things about of puritan settlers dressed in austere black clothing. With bright metal buckles gathered around a table laden with food. Maybe the family patriarch is offering a prayer and a small group of native americans can be seen in the background. Maybe one or two in the foreground. If i were to show you jennie. Augusta browns combs. The first thanksgiving or the first thanksgiving by louise jerome farris painted within a year of each other in the early twentieth century. Incidentally you'd say oh. Yeah that was in my history book which year all of them probably. That's how we've been taught to think of historical thanksgiving's but we're not school kids anymore. So it's time to update that image paintings of the first thanksgiving referred to that feast in sixteen twenty one in plymouth massachusetts. What we actually know about the feast. Concretely is very limited. It mostly comes from a single letter. Written by a communist named edward winslow two hundred and twenty years later in eighteen forty one. His letter was published in chronicles. Of the pilgrim fathers by boston writer and publisher alexander young and it was young. Who called the gathering. The first thanksgiving even though the word thanksgiving doesn't appear anywhere in winslow's letter that feast wouldn't have been thanksgiving to the pilgrims. Puritans did observe thanksgiving days after fortunate events like a good harvest. The were religious observances. People spent the day in church often in silent prayer and they fasted rather than feasted. It's almost the polar opposite of the way we celebrate thanksgiving today. So that day wasn't thanksgiving and it wasn't even the first for a few reasons for starters. It didn't happen a second time. Let alone annually. So it can hardly be said to be the first of anything it would take more than two hundred years for an autumn. Feast referred to as thanksgiving too widely proliferate second. It wasn't the first meal shared by europeans and native americans in the new world. A reasonable drive from my home here in. Virginia is the berkeley plantation where a thanksgiving feast was held this one by the europeans alone. Three dozen settlers arrived in the chesapeake bay in sixteen nineteen on a ship. Captain by a man who had survived the winter of sixteen o nine in the jamestown colony a winter referred to as the starving time after a rough two and a half months at sea and another week on inland waterways. They finally arrived at berkeley hundred later called berkeley plantation on december fourth. They disembarked assembled a meal. From what shifts rations. They still had ham and wasters probably and said prayers of thanksgiving. It was declared that their arrival must be yearly and perpetually kept holy as a day of thanksgiving to almighty god end so it was for two whole years in march of sixteen twenty two. The poyton having noticed that the settlers weren't leaving and in fact were expanding their territory and kept trying to convert and civilize them attacked berkeley and other settlements killing over three hundred fair playboys if you ask historians in maine they'll tell you the first. Such meal happened not in sixteen twenty one in massachusetts but in sixteen. O seven in papa main. The popham colony barely lasted a year. Thanks to a fire in their storehouse during the particularly harsh winter and miscalculations like staying in a four right on the shore rather than moving inland where the forest could provide a windbreak. They arrived in the

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Sober Holiday Survival

Recovery Happy Hour

04:52 min | 1 d ago

Sober Holiday Survival

"Everyone. Welcome to recovery happy hour where we talk about life beyond the bottle and what happens after we stopped drinking i'm your host tricia and my favorite holiday movie is gremlins. Thank you for joining me today. This episode will air on november twenty four. Th which is just two days before thanksgiving so. I think it's time to start talking about your plan. To stay alcohol. Free over the holidays over the next two episodes. I'm going to go over your alcohol. Free survival guide. We're gonna talk tips tricks things to think about plan for and everything you need to pump you up for this season which are absolutely capable of without drinking. I'm going to divide this list up into two episode introductions. Because i want to talk about some more of the basic holiday tips but i'm also going to go over the more like emotional parts of recovery. You know things like what to do when our family starts to trigger us. It's a lot so let's dive right into it. First and foremost guess what you guys were still in the middle of this pandemic and that means when it comes to holiday parties. There's not very many of them this year. Your office party might not be happening. Your family parties might be smaller versions of themselves. The large group restrictions of covid safety are really going to work in your favor this year as far as staying sober i quit drinking in the middle of november four years ago so it was right before the holiday season started in getting through. The holidays was definitely the hardest time of year for me. Not just because. I was in the beginning of recovery but because we think everyone associates the holidays with drinking spoiler alert. Not everyone does but we usually did so. We assume that others think the same way. I believe that if you can make it through the holidays and just get them out of the way the rest of your early recovery will be that much simpler. And i'm telling you this because if there's any part of your brain that saying no i'm not ready yet. I'll drink this season. And then i'll start in january. Don't listen to it. Do not listen to that voice in your head. This is your year to do it. This is your holiday season to do it not having to have to go to so many parties this year. It's gonna work in your favor because it's that many times that you won't have to turn down an event or say no to an alcoholic beverage. It's like putting bumpers on the bowling lanes when kids go bowling. So that their ball doesn't go into the gutter or wearing floaters or waterwings or whatever. You wanna call the inflatable things. That kids put on their arms so they can get into the pool and not sink. You get bumpers and florida's this twenty twenty holiday season and that's very lucky for you. Use that to your advantage and just go for it. It won't always be this easy next for the events that you do have to go to cherry pick them. You don't have to say yes to the mall. If this were a holiday season without covid you would definitely want to cherry. Pick them. And when i say pick i mean like take a look at all of them and pick out the ones you don't need and just stick with the ones that you absolutely do. You don't have to say yes to everything and you also don't have to explain why you're making this decision to anyone let alone. Everyone and no is a complete sentence. I just feel like in your first year. You get to be weird you know without having to explain in this is the year that luckily get to blame a virus for just about everything without being questioned so if you think party or an event is going to be hard to get through without drinking. It's not worth going to. You're allowed to say no and guess what going to lose sleep. Believe it or not. They're probably not thinking about you and that's not to say that you're not amazing because i certainly think you're amazing but you are the center of your own universe. And they're the center of their first. So if you're not sure don't go and let the world keep turning. Caving and drinking is not worth going to any party. I don't care who's there. If you do decide to go to an event the most important thing you can do before you show up is decide that you're not drinking. Don't go there still unsure if you're going to drink unsure means you're still on the fence and you haven't decided if you want a drink or not then. You're going to do that thing. We go back and forth during the party for the entire time weighing whether or not you want to drink you're not even having fun or enjoying the party at that point. Because you're just going through negotiations in your head and you could be doing that at home and more comfortable shoes or sweatpants if you decide. I'm not going to drink at this party. No matter what the decision is made

Tricia Bowling Florida
"family" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

04:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"family" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"And now i realise i'm nothing more than a vehicle to bring the grandkids and on one particular sitting. I'm sitting in the living room at my parents house. And i hear my dad come in and my back sorta tune and my daughter's there and i hear him go. Where's my girl. And i turn around thinking he's reaching for me. I don't even know if he knew. I was in the room. And he was going for my daughter. Scarlett get picked over get picked over for your own kids so it's not. I was pretty okay with it. That's awesome it's awesome sarah. We do have counseling at southern family. Clearly clearly getting over but anyway this has been so great sea island crowd. Let's give the huckabee's great hand for being with us..

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Hey, those Dr Corey Gobert with the healthy marriage inner circle and the warriors podcast and today when talk about a group that tends to go missing a noticed when it comes to getting help and a lot of times either out of embarrassment or out of justice mentality of that, we're supposed to just kind of pull it together and push through and that's couples. So families that are actually having either sexual issues, himselves or that issues with their children either acting out. Addicted. To pornography acting out sexually in other ways or actually struggling with their gender and the fact is is This is really a a lonely battle if you will or a lonely place to be as one of the areas that I enjoy working with the most because I've seen incredible success couples finding hope in finding peace as a couple is a family children that actually find a new resolve new the ability to choose ability to think through what they do and why. And then young men and young women who actually can enter adulthood that out with less baggage basically. So it's really really difficult. I don't know if you can hear in the background here. I've got A. Small. The kids were playing in the other room and it's just fun to hear the the Banter and the joy Are you are you familiar with that Do you know when the the day that stops? was that a sign of and oftentimes is a sign of something happened either they became more aware or They face something that they didn't know what to do with or they did something that they actually probably shouldn't have done looked at something they shouldn't have looked at we live in a crazy world actually call these. These devices here porn portals. and it sad that actually we have these devices that actually can access the world. So the stewardship of devices or critical. In general. But also it's really comes down to our our children's hearts our hearts as as a couple us a couple of protecting our marriage and then children actually having safe places to talk in really Kinda in some sense being forced into talking, and that's the hard part that means a couples that are at talked to parents all the time couples that. Are just going to wait for their children to ask prior not going to happen. Does happen some counters victory but for many they won't. So it's us being able to ask the hard questions and go there over over and over. So I love empowering couples and families to do this. This isn't huge shifts. Does it just kind of? Highlighting something that we actually tend to want to do not really not really sure how to do so I really enjoy doing that. So if you're a couple of the struggling your your sex life, your relationship in that way, if you're a couple whose guys children whose asked have questions of gender have questions about sexual issues or they're actually caught crossing some lines, you're really worried about them. I would love to help love to get on the phone could go to Dr. Corey got Dr Coy Dot Org and you can book a call. There's a way that we can talk in fucking bless you and serve you in some way. There is hope this is actually very very to use the word. The the medical were treatable It's not something that has to be a cross to bear for life but temptation is temptation. So how we face at how he address that kind of the model that I use in, you've heard me talk about is when we leave stuff in our operating system, which is our unconscious or as caroline leaf talked about the non conscious. So we don't really think about it just kind of does. Operates in the background. We're at the mercy of. Habits we've been taught and good the stories and scripts that we have in our head and I don't want that for you. We need to move things to our conscience, our conscience conscious where we can choose where we can actually have a prefrontal cortex engage which isn't fully developed till. He's twenty five day. but even more powerful than that is to move things to our mouth to discussing it talking about it. A lot of times you just talk through something you're trying to decide verbally in the process of talking it out not vert not dialogue use speaking to someone else, and then saying nothing you actually come up with solutions for yourself, which is actually quite fascinating because oftentimes we do have the answer or we really know what we should do. We just Kinda need to need that prompt or push other times. We just need some skills we tools. To know how to best navigate this difficult season difficult time or ask the right questions I feel like a lot of the questions we're asking when it comes to gender and sexuality or the wrong questions they're getting us. More in trouble more. Trapped more afraid. They're not getting answers. They're not giving us peace and so I really want to help provide that for you whether again it's gender questions with sexual temptation questions whether it's actual crossing of lines now have potential consequences. And then as a couple, this should be a good part but us very AH portent part to the side in your marriage, not the most important Highlighted, when there's a problem so those are very very addressable. So if this is you love to hop on a call.

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"family" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

03:12 min | 2 months ago

"family" Discussed on Family Secrets

"Just about every family has them. Some secrets are kind of small insignificant. And some are shocking and massive. But I know one thing for sure. When they come out. and. They always do. Our new knowledge has the power to change our lives. I'm Dani. Shapiro host of the head podcast family secrets. Welcome to our fourth season launching October first. Are Secrets. We don't know how to speak aloud. Strange way to be in the world because not only do have the censor yourself of being different having a problem that you can't solve but you also had a pretty big secret. You have a comic secret that you don't have a language for you don't know how to to share your what's in your heart your most fundamental truth with the people who love you. Secretly, only understand in retrospect. I hadn't really felt the terror of it without directness of it or. The layers of the danger of that until until that moment and strange to save would compelled to Cedar. What. Horsemen was at my daughter turned the same age. I looked at her. When she was set and I like wait that's that's a really this kind of thing to do to set a house on fire with a kid in it. Secrets whose legacy we have to contend with. When my cousin pop those books on the counter I was shocked I was horrified I was certain I had never seen them I. Couldn't believe that anyone would want to bring them into a house with this. Two. Year old child and let him see them and I didn't believe that my father had written them. And she said to me no Joel's look in the back and her mom had written written by George will on the back so that Everyone would remember. Posterity. And secrets that shape us from the inside out. Just felt like I was. Having an out of body experience and the next thing I know I realize this man this pastor has been talking for several minutes because I was just like what's going on and I just realized she said, this is my grandson saieed. He's from Texas as other students. And he basically. Put a curse on. Join me an hour millions of listeners as we dive deep into the stories of this new seasons. Amazing guests. We'll explore the secrets that are kept from us. The secrets we keep from others and the secrets we keep from our lives. And most of all, most of all, we will connect with one another on that deepest level heart to heart and be reminded that we're all just human beings doing our best trying our hardest longing to be known and loved. FAMILY SECRETS LAUNCHES ON OCTOBER I. I can't wait to share it with you. You can listen and subscribe to family secrets on the iheartradio APP. Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Of today are GonNa look at the five signs of a functional family from Gary Chapman is one of those books years. Ago that actually really impacted me to think through the kind of husband I wanted to be the kind of man I wanted to be and what do I want to see in a again functional healthy family I had a great one growing up, and then my wife did as well and it's been neat to see these things applied. So here here are the ones that his research back years ago pointed out. First one was in attitude of service. and. So this idea of service means that I'm actually not about myself. I'm about others starts with my marriage who I, how I am serving my spouse and it goes beyond that and so here are just things to think about where does this attitude begin? Ideally begins in the hearts of both parents are both mom and dad or you and I. and. So rate each other remember your family of origin and the existence of or non existence of such an attitude. Now, what about yourself? I really appreciate that? Do you know what I would like and developing attitude service beyond the family his through family service projects you can be intentional about developing this in doing this even if you don't have it now, but this is an important one second one. Well as the intimacy between husband and wife. May How you handle this isn't this physical intimacy that's an important piece, but it's the whole intellectual intimacy emotional intimacy. Too many couples don't talk more than just a few minutes a day. So. How much time you invest in each other entering into each other's lives emotionally intellectually socially physically and spiritually think through what's missing and what needs to be developed create a plan created vision. And be more intentional about developing intimacy between the husband and wife us as MOMS and DADS. Next one, our parents who teach and train. We've gotta be intentional with our children. This is why I wrote my book I can't say that was to help parents develop a biblical sexual ethic for themselves. So they think through. So they can then transmit that give that to their children held them grow up in ways that they know what they believe in. That can actually stand for for that, and so parents who teaches and trains are actively involved in giving guidance to their children. it's teaching and training wheels on which parents parenting roles love is the oil that keeps the wheels moving smoothly. So being able to know what that means like in love doesn't mean Nice. It also means boundaries and that's important. Discover, your child's love language, scary Chapman's other research in books that are really really helpful and great tools for us. The challenge of creative teaching creative instruction verbally communicating creating courage meant to still courage creative correction. That's a really hard one at times create correcting only those behaviors that are destructive, detriminal and creative affirmation. Field to be, consistent. In our training them up, raising them up in the way they should go. This is the the fourth one husbands who are loving leaders. What does that look like? What does it mean to be? A leader in your family leadership without love can become Despotic love without leadership can become weakness we need to really be intentional at our role as a husband is a father to love and to lead our family and really be careful and look at where we leading them. What's the point the functional husband views his wife is a partner will communicate with his wife will put his wife at the top of his priority list will love his wife unconditionally is committed to discovering in meeting his wife's needs. Seek to model his spiritual and moral values. The functional father. So this other key role we have. will be active in his fathering will make time to be with his children. Engages children in conversation plays with his children, teaches his values in provides four protects his children. These are the kind of men we need to develop functional families and then children that go off and actually honor the Lord as well. and. Then the last one which makes sense children who obey honor parents you see then the children responding to the parents. And this obedience. It's up to you not a negative word benefits evaluation, the family rules. and they actually are thankful that they're a part of that family which I know both my wife and I feel that way about our family. that we're able to teach your children honor others gets goes outside the family honors based on the realization of another's worth. In honor is expression of respect for esteem. So. These are these five signs of a functional family and attitude is service intimacy between the husband and wife parents who teach and train husbands who are loving leaders and children who will bay in honor parents and I. Hope this is helpful for you to think through maybe what you might be lacking might need some tweaking and we all have them I can look at this list myself series I need to grow in and I'm challenged as a husband. As a father. May. Actually be intentional about developing some habits set encourage.

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

04:14 min | 5 months ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Cry right now. So for this example family more quality core for a quality time. And so then they kind of define these under the defining objectives and standard objectives. And so what does is this rallying cry? It's a single agreed upon top priority for your family over the next two to six months. What if you were that intentional? Think about it if you could kind of. Make a mission, statement or something or some kind of this? Sally Cries Award here that you could agree on is a family that we're going to focus in on this for this season. One of the things that I love about. The seasons is exactly that is. We can actually focus in on certain things over a little short season a few months, and then the season changes. Are we able to adapt that? Well? Flexibility is a huge huge characteristic of a family that can more orphan move in and grow. As it matures, and as it changes throughout its life cycle. And then the defining objectives are the basic categories of things you'll have to do to cheat the rallying cry, and then a standard objectives are simply those regular kind of day today, so the example here is actually wanted to make sure they have a plan. A family vacation reduce social obligations finish remodeling of a house of their house. Develop consistency and handling discipline with the youngest daughter. They motivate oldest daughter toward independence so grey goals. In in really focused on that quality time that they actually family time that they want, and then some of the standard objectives fitness school savings, kids activities marriage. And then this is a key the third question. How do you talk about in us? The answers to these questions this example family, said mom and dad meet Sunday afternoons for about fifteen minutes after the kids have gone to bed. Think about? What I've actually found is a lot of families. A lot of couples don't do this at all. They. They may be talk a few sentences even a week sometimes. That sad. How intentional are you at actually spending time together as a couple and talking and dreaming and planning and plotting even in enjoying? Your marriage is supposed to be way more than just surviving yet. I know especially when we had little kids is it feels like survival is kind of the best we can do? And yes, there are short seasons of some things like that in times like that, but in those times even more so can we be intentional at? Just that next goal being getting the next kid out of diapers. As. You think of schooling and planning and you think of church in Church commitments. It can just get overwhelming. If you have that rallying cry. You know why you're doing what you're doing. It changes what you commit to and what you don't commit to. It actually narrows the options. It makes other temptations less shiny. And you can actually focus as a mom as a dad as a couple and might change your jobs in my change commitments in my even change where you live in the house, you you buy the cars you get. because of how much you want kind of route to be responsible for. Just think about that and I challenge you to to be to be challenged by this. What makes your family unique? What is your top priority rallying cry right now? We're not talking about down the road just the next short season. And then are you doing this? Are you talking together and make sure you're moving towards those goals? The small goals small priorities reach that rallying cry. This is beautiful and I hope this encourages you to do this. How big challenges you? Know that there are people out there? Lots of people that actually would love to help you. One of the places that we need to find those I think a lot of that help in our local church. That's we come together. As believers to find men and women that actually want to walk alongside us. The word that is is discipleship mentoring to, but is discipleship. It's growing up in the Lord growing up in our beliefs in our understanding.

Sally
"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

10:16 min | 11 months ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"I want you to know that you're not alone. Others have walked down the same road and there is victory. Let's get into today's episode a warrior. Marriage podcast Dr Corey Kluber with my daughter. Migrelief how did you just say I was thinking silly. Okay so we're GonNa talk about the lies girls beliefs. Tell us more about this book by Danielle Gresh And we're GONNA wall on me and my mom were. We're doing that Last summer and with a bunch of of our fan leasing Yeah Church Church history and today I we are going to be talking about how Being abnormally is all right being abnormal. That's weird absolutely not being normal is alright what I don't understand. It seems like we always want to be normal and fit in. No one's normal define normal and that's your high to define so this is GonNa be fun to dive into to this. What is Dan aggresssive say about the truth. Is Our number seven. Your family is different is good. That is good boy. Are we different for Yup. What do I have in my shirt? Highly aides everything. Everything has says Harley Davidson doesn't it you have like no nice shirts. That don't say Harley David that's right so true and what. I also ride a Harley Davidson. Yup Up it's kind of crazy and so we're GONNA look at is exactly that so open that up. Let's see the lie is my family is so weird. That is the truth. Yeah so now. I'm confused so here are just a few of the things girl said so. This is the the list. Oh well so only so one hundred seventy one reasons why girls believed they had a super crazy family so the first one. You kind of freaked out about. I figure the the step aside life Yup and that's an interesting some families don't why don't they sugar. Certain families actually healthy unhealthy sugar healthy tonight eastern unhealthy to each. Yeah and you probably a little too much. Yeah remember what happened. We moved from the last house. We're entering a room and we open the vent wrappers of candy stuffed in the event that you were hiding Sugar Eddie. Yeah that's kind of cool so we're all different. What's another one is to foster family in? We have a lot of cates with a foster family. I'm Emma Foster families a family that takes like adopted kids kind of kids in need to be adopted. Take men for for awhile. Didn't like pass only to another foster fabric back to the orphanage. Yeah sometimes not an orphanage not around here most of the time yes. They're kids that are either either sometimes not adoptable yet but In between families into rough rough family But one of the most beautiful ministries into the is that weird for some families ago. Where weird because we have adopted or foster kids in our home but this is saying no? That's the uniqueness of your family. What's another one I'm adopted? Yeah is that weird. I would feel the aired hers a beautiful is it amazing. Actually be someone who someone else chose them to come live with them as mom and dad and family also does mean like they had to leave them another person sometimes most often is because of something bad was going on. There's there's a reason what's different colors that means but it means like they're black Michael Brown darker darker skin or our family while we all had red heads and if we had a line on black hair kit or different and so yes. It's there's families that have White parents and black that kids and vice versa That looks different in the sad thing is is people are very critical of others. Were passed abnormal. Yup Mom grew up a pastor's family. I grew up in a missionary family family and so I grew up in the country. Is Chilly yes right you need should know that. Yes Griffin Chile South America. aww chilly there. Nope we live in Indian. Yeah a lot of families live a lot of different countries just like we lived in Chile. Or you might be from India and live. In India. I live in China destroyed. A MOM lived in China for year. And she's a white redhead so she she stood out like a sore thumb. So that's different so you've got the asset that we raise goats uh-huh goats Yup. Actually I don't understand why anyone have an has animals to eat and we have two dogs two dogs two dogs two Alaskan Malamute so yeah. It's interesting happy that we train. That's right we do. What's mm-hmm your huge seven people in this house? That's a lot of people I couldn't. I can barely live in the south. They're two boys. There's three ways. Hey wait a minute. Anti Anti Annoying lucky. That's awesome love you dear. It's every family so different. I really cool. Can we celebrate those differences as kind of an important thing got. We live on a farm in lear. Homes gold ha ha homes communicate. You are a farm. We have a zoo here. Yes some people live on a farm and in summer home schooled in guess that makes people different so homeschool families going to be different than someone else but even within each of these groups whatever groups you classify classify yourself as there's different people like different things and have different personalities. What else my parents? It's artists so were all swear. All of it weird your that means artists. I mean someone who paints pictures and sells it. That's good that's a good one sculpture paint all sorts of different things. Artists just paints so Kinda like your shirt new mistakes mistakes by Ross. Yeah Yep so there are people that have family that they would say we're artistic so weird other say they're weird because of another reason isn't this hasn't mentioned. They said they had one hundred seventy one reasons which is interesting one more. I think different my family is so indescribable described there. You're there. I know some families that they play video games all the time. But they're not really I'd say they. They weren't addicted. They enjoy it and they do as a family. We actually have limits time limits on ours and so every family has different choices they make in terms of those rules sales and Screen time and all that kind of stuff as well. Do you guys read books. Yes a little bit now. There are some families emmys. They don't read it all or very little. I know see. That's a tear weird. No they're different. Are there pros and cons. Yeah some that. Don't go to church. But they're Christians. And so then what do you do at that. So one of these this assane so your family family is different and that is good. How're you celebrate the differences? And then how do you grow. This is making just a happy accident. Now is nine accident. So silly eighty-one percent of girls fight with her siblings percent. Forty seven per cent said. I wish we didn't have three four. Percents Yeah thirty. Four percent said it's okay. It's normal. The being normal normal is not best is what basically the point is normal is overrated. So here's the truth. Nuggets from Romans. Twelve to read. That don't copied behavior and customs accustomed of this world for that car. Transform it into a new person by changing the way you think they need to learn to know God's will for you which is a good and pleasing in part which is good and pleasing imperfect. That's right we don't do what people who are not Christians to another one. We'd be careful. We compare ourselves ourselves to really important to be careful with that. One of the biggest challenges you have coming up is the comparing yourself to other girls. You know has to who you who they are until you think you should be the all battle with that part of what this book's kind of attacking their can you enjoy the differences. The things things you like. How Weird our family is? Is that okay meeting. We're that what your dad does for a living we are. It's weird because a lot of people don't talk about the stuff we talk about. Try it see we the more you the older you get. You'll realize that and you go. Oh my gosh. My Dad's weird. Yeah and I'm proud of it. I love it. Well thanks for doing.

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"family" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Secrets

"For making season. Two family only secrets. Such an amazing success. We've had over five million downloads. Since the PODCAST launched last February which is such an indication of the hunger out there to create community unity around the unsaid the hidden. And what happens when we finally speak and understand the truth of ourselves and our lives. I'd like to thank my season. Two guests John Melman with me about his wife's profoundly difficult diagnosis and their decision not to tell their children. Sasha Rothschild who spoke about a lifetime of secret secret affairs. Her father revealed while in the throes of Alzheimer's project. M Davis WHO's beautiful. Mother was a numbers runner in Detroit. William Damron and who kept his own sexuality hidden even from himself as he tried hard to be a straight family man. Frank Gold who discovered that his father had been leading leading a double life Noah letterman. Who spoke movingly about the legacy of his grandparents? Holocaust Secrets tiki Madden whose parents addiction was. Just the I layer in an entirely hidden world. Joanna Rakoff for a tragic loss permeates childhood home without being fully revealed until Well into her adulthood Adrian Brodeur. WHO's mother made her her accomplice. In a long term love affair and Kaycee Layman. Whose Childhood and adolescence were marked by three daily assaults American racism his mother's physical and emotional abuse and our cultural obsession with weight. If you haven't listened to all of the episodes in season two you can download and binge listen to them all right now. We're already hard at work. On season. Three of family they cigarettes which will launch in February. If you have a family secret you'd like to share. Were.

"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Hi everyone and welcome to the family health podcast I apologize for family and the leaders that want to strengthen family my name is Dr Corey Gilbert an Author University Professor Licensed Professional Counselor Light Coach researcher CBS as a quadrant your health purpose your relationships and your work week we'll be diving into one of these four areas with the goal of challenging you and encouraged can you building strong towns we're sponsored by the Family Launch Academy Community of families character leaders to see their children launched well into adulthood prepared four to come find out more about the community resources courses trainings. Cuny's with me Dr Gilbert and the Family Launch Academy by joining our free facebook group at facebook dot com slash groups slash family launch academy. Now let's get into this week's episode Dr Gilbert Failed Podcast and I have a question for you what are the things that influence you or the people and who do you put on a pedestal who were your idols if you think about that for yourself as a parent I want you to think about the people that your son or your daughter putting kind of in those place in those places whether it's music icons are movies or TV shows or something else so also the boundaries that we have around that I wanNA steal to think intentionally how we do this so that we can then have those conversations so today we're going to look at influence in idols an excerpt from my book I can't say that International Bestseller Amazon or you can buy it at I can't say that dot com as you know other is outside the family can be powerful influences on our children especially the injure the teen years daycare more and more about what others think they look up to others more than they used to and tend to think less of their parents but this doesn't have to be the case children tend to grab onto a role model as beginning to think more seriously about what they want to do in the future some will pressure to stand out while others hope to go by unnoticed the compares factor becomes scary looks talents status position clothing devices this is the reality our children live with at school youth group and playing on sports teams.

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Hi everyone welcome to the healthy marriage podcasts familiar known as the family hope podcast podcast pain strengthening the most important asset of family Abuse Sexual Ethics Trauma Sexuality Issues Today I will be your host in this podcast we will focus strenghtening marriages encouraging families in tools practical living such as how have hard conversations with my kids a hard subject I will demonstrate many of these with my own children podcast we are sponsored by the healthy marriage inner circle a community families parents and leaders they want to strengthen the family and it all starts with marriages join in on the conversation in our free facebook group at facebook dot com slash groups slash the healthy marriage now let's get into this week's episode welcome to the healthy marriage podcast Dr Corey Gilbert and today I'm here with my daughter Miley again and we're going to dive into another part of the lies girls believe by Dan Gresh <hes> a book that my daughter and her mom went through recently at our church and so today Miley you decided in see all these little pieces of paper he's GonNa shoot she's planning ahead awesome I love it for conversations so five practical ways to honor your parents a big one so let's read the first one you accept their decisions even if you don't love to decision they make see next as for their advice don't stop book stumped off argue or giving the silent treatment taught except their decisions even if you don't love the decisions they make what does that mean like if like they want to like if you're playing with a friend like that lived nearby in they want to watch a movie he didn't want to but you have to go just accept it so if they make decisions that you don't agree with the position you're in as you have to accept it I can't yeah no that's important I mean like it but it's about remember the look of the title of this section five practical reasons to earn practical ways to honor your and that's that's a really important word like in the week we were talking about this <hes> we're talking about your mom can be your friend uh-huh Yup and it says don't stop off argue or give them the silent treatment was silent treatment and I think it's like talking like bad about the Monkey grasser near mind that's not good either but the keyword there silent senior mind talking to your actually and that probably badmouthing your head but look good luck to you know it's kind of funny the way that works second one as for their advice because they are wise I know you naturally wants ask your bff about boys friends or God but your mom and dad a lot more about those topics ask for their advice because they are wives a actually maybe easier when you're younger but what's the natural thing to happen as you get older asking bff because like using your parents won't give good advice or something maybe in you seek wisdom what if your parents aren't honorable like what if they're not good parents in s like <hes> your when someone's like saying mean about them like defendant yes I like that there's a time and place to defend them and there's another time at a place to just walkway right yeah that's hard to do sometimes though with speak well of them in front of others so some really good data bad mouth this applies to marriage as well the bad mouth my my spouse my wife her me to others is actually very healthy so at this to express it nicely as carefully and again some families they don't have that permission the mom and dad do not let their kids expresses opinions be respectful respectful. That's that's the key being respectful is going to happen a lot with a lot of people as you get older

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Trauma Abuse Sexual Ethics in Gender Neutrality Issue Today I will be your host in this podcast. We'll be focusing on four areas. See See these as a quadrant your hell purpose your relationships and your work week. We'll be diving into one of these four areas with the goal of challenging you and encouraging unused building strong towns. We're sponsored by the Family Launch Academy Community of families parents and leaders to see their children launched well into adulthood prepared four to come find out more about the community resources courses trainings. Cuny's with me Dr Gilbert and the Family Launch Academy by joining our free facebook group had at facebook dot com slash groups slash family launch academy now. Let's get into this week's episode. Hey this is Dr Corey Giver with a female EMEALS podcast. I'm here with my son Alex. Hey Alex Hello. I'm back. Yes you are and I'm so glad so last week's episode was talking about pornography or the last the episode so today we're actually talk about some of the things we end up addressing in our home and things that come up and what to do so. Alex tell me about when you're on spotify listening to music on a laptop would are some of the things that pop up. Sometimes there's different types of songs that I've never heard of quick. Click on the mainland. They're not the best songs Yup and then. There's the different like photo albums like the covers are all sometimes explicit like in visual visual yeah. That's crazy how they can. They can insert stuff like that into anything even music now and even some of the ads I remember you. Bring me.

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Uber over with Family Health podcast and I'm excited to dive into this next episode where we continue our conversation about same sex attraction but looking at what do I say or do as a parent <hes> and then a very critical piece of this puzzle as you've heard me say as the care and compassion a biblical response <hes> so we're going to look at that brief. It's very very important today. So let's dive in. Have you ever made an impulsive purchase without stopping to check your budget. What about realizing you blinked out while driving and do not remember the past few miles interns these are examples of how easily we act without thinking. Are we thinking yes. We are are operating. Trading System is running in the background in our subconscious if it is so outside of our consciousness awareness. Did we really think it through nope. The the goal is to move our decision making to the forefront to the prefrontal cortex so that there can be an honest evaluation and appraisal the decision to be made. If you do this in front of your children you are showing them through your example of the process that they need to go through when they need to make a wise decision doing this a couple <hes> doing this as a couple couple when you make a decision on a big purchase as a family is an important lesson for your children to act impulsively as a parent and surprise your children will most likely act impulsively wholesomely as well model moving things out of the subconscious and into the decision making center the prefrontal frontal. CORTEX and you're giving your children a layer of defense against the part of themselves that wants to hack based on their emotions and impulses which cannot be trusted. Sin Loves the operating system of the subconscious it can sit sit there and work in the background corroding the system and we don't even notice we must be leaders. We must help expose sin and darkness. We need to do so in tactful manner though so that the future relationship is preserved so what should we do. If our senator expresses they have attractions toward the same sex listen be patient challenge them to think deeper have conversations that are shaping of their world view but not demanding that they conform arm feel something they do not feel the more that these feelings and attractions can be processed verbally and not in the subconscious operating system the better this this could be with you a caring caring. Christian counselor a mentor teacher. Do these feelings ever change actually yes they do. This is why we must be vigilant earlier sure that we probably expect in order to have these defining an honest micro conversations regarding what is right and wrong you can do this. Intentionally or society in the media will be glad to do it for you. Remember the space of same sex attraction that I was talking about earlier. This is what I want you to be able to create. Once an identity is settled upon at once they've engaged in sexual activity with the same sex. Further movement becomes much more difficult. The process of by dingy formation is a critical process. We all go through in matters. We say we are and how we define ourselves. This goes for all areas in parts of ourselves. If you tell yourself that you're just a lazy bum..

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Oh hi everyone and welcome to the family podcast the podcast her family's leaving the one strengthen my name is don according and author and university professor licensed professional counselor life coach and researcher and speaker on topics trauma abused taught the gender and sexuality issues today i will be host in this podcast who focus on for area cds quadri you're healthier purpose you relationships and you're worth each week will be diving into one of these four areas with the goal of challenging you hurting you building strong gamble where sponsored by the family launch academy immediate family parents and leaders in order to their children launched well into adulthood prepared for what's to come find out more about the community resources courses trainings and q nazereth neither yogurt and daily lodge academy at family lodge academy dot com now let's get into this week's episode welcome to the family of podcasts this is the core yogurt and this episode is on taking inventory you're son comes home from a you see that in these shares a few that he has a girlfriend andy's fourteen years old who do you do on your daughter who's now a young lady she's really battling with body image she's even let sleeping led to the point of her cutting their sons being tease fees for being creative and not athletic you're daughters a tomboy what about if you're son is says he's gay or your daughter that wants to be a boy these were not easy conversation caesar is not easy answers how do we leave well how do we love are children well parents who are picking really 'em life altering decisions for their children are doing so i really believe out of love and care for their children but we need to make sure following god's word first and then she really protecting them from themselves and i would even say the culture at times now when i was writing the book i can't say that there is a key versus it really vs guided me that in writing dirani six six three seven his says end you must commit yourself wholeheartedly to these command said i'm giving you today repeat them again and again to you're children talk about them when you're home and when you were on the road and when you're going to bed and when you are getting up now this there's a theme there obviously and it's this continual continual conversation would i right is about the micro conversations the short small it's not long winded lectures but even the word conversation isn't necessarily quite the right word 'cause a lot of times it's just planting seeds it's not a two way street they're just listening now when you're son comes home with a girlfriend 'em he's playing out a story that he's been taught and it's not necessarily something that he was stopped by us as parents it was taught by culture has pushed by friends even so the question i have is how do you had those conversations more stations were you backseats instilled in him eight an ethos of what that means now there's a difference between ethic underneath us in ethic is a belief system it's out there it's an external if you will in our goal is jack she developed something internal for us first but then also for children this ethos you winner daughter is really battling with body image janine and it's led the cutting there's something going on there much much bigger than what you see on the surface if you will on who she is is at stake in that battle is is very real same for sunday that's being teased being creative and not athletic how do you love him well into the kind of person the god wants him to be which is unique you're daughter that's tomboy we're son that's gay we're daughter that wants to be a boy these are real and what were basically doing his moms and dads were planting seeds the question is are we planning them intentionally or are we actually just kind of haphazard lee going into some of these conversations again the ethic versus ethos is really important are they getting their ethos firm culture from movies tv they're getting it from friends from pornography were they getting it from you now to kind of really wrap this up into those four areas and i've talked about in the idea of taking inventory yourself you're work matters mom and dad whatever you set yourself you're hands to do in in the heart behind why you do it really matters are you enjoying what you're doing are you owning it are you making a difference or is this a time of transition and that's also take two or are you stuck knee example you give to your children of you and your relationship with work is really critical year relationships same thing you enjoying them are you making a difference in other people's lights reinvesting in other people are you allowing others to invest in you or you shut down this acsi really applies most critically two year marriage and they example you set fear children in your marriage here purposes another big one are you living for something greater than yourself doesn't matter what you do reliving can you do that with all your heart community vest in others and then you're health are you taking care of yourself so this is actually where we start moms and dads with us how are we making a difference in her children's lies by how we choose to relive their priorities that we have in her life are own health care self care if you will are own playing out of that purpose the relationships do we have in our work this is where we start realizing wow we may say one thing but man were doing something different in this is what we need to begin in this process of then leading well are children into launching them well this doesn't happen by accident has to be intentional looking forward to walking with he further as you better understand where you're at and acsi help you have those macro conversations their children that continually plant seeds until the soil helping them grow into the young man

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"family" Discussed on Family Ghosts

Family Ghosts

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Ghosts

"Things. From spoke media, and wwl t-. You're listening to family ghosts. I'm Sam dingman. And this is episode ten the love, family, part, three Constance and composure. We'll be right back. Before we continue, I wanna take just a minute to tell you about another show. I think you might like it's called the dark side of from podcast within every beloved institution are things that aren't so easy to love elements of darkness tragedy or pain, and every week on the podcast, original the dark side of you'll hear about those stories. The disturbing details behind everything we hold most dear episodes of the dark side of take seemingly innocuous, topics and expose the dirty secrets you were never meant to know. You'll learn about the dark side of Hollywood, where on the set of the wizard of Oz. Numerous accidents sent actors to the hospital and director Victor Fleming may have been a Nazi sympathizer. There's also the dark side of music where Elvis Presley was so obsessed with death that he brought friends to a mortuary at three in the morning to look at corpses. And then there's the dark side of the bible which contained store. As of demonic giants, unicorns and child sacrifice. You've heard the good side. Now here the dark side of. Search for and subscribed to the dark side of on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, again, search the dark side of or visit par cast dot com slash dark side to listen now. Spunk media. I remember coming downstairs, and seeing her painting and she just had this like beautiful, beautiful long strawberry, blond braid. I think that's my actual first memory of my mom, most of Posey's early memories of her. Mom don't really have anything to do with the love family, there from a little while after that fateful night when Judy put Posey in her sister in a stroller and walked away from the family to start a new life. I remember her as a good mom, somebody who was interested in being a mom, and I felt loved, and she would do little things to let us feel it. Posey remembers trips to the zoo, art projects and birthday parties. She would take one present one small present, and then wrap it in sort of an undetermined number of boxes each of which were individually wrapped and it was like every kid at the party sat down. On chair, and it was musical musical gift. Right. You would move the gift from person to person to person. And when the music stopped a kid, what unwrap it was the mid eighties and Judy had married. A man named Steven who used to hang around the love family, but had never formally joined they had a son together, Posey's half, brother Kyle. And they all moved to Florida to start a new life. My stepdad promise me that it doesn't rain there, there's no hills and we're really close to DisneyWorld. And when I got there, it was raining, there was a hill in our backyard. And does he rose like hours and hours away? I was like, I felt very. Cheated. Posey doesn't have strong memories of her early childhood in Seattle. But she does remember having a strong sense that Florida was different and that lots of things were starting to change. We moved actually every single year, so we lived in probably six different suburbs because my mom would just get nervous. She would get nervous about a neighbor and, and think that our neighborhood was unsafe. And so decide to move us, she, yes, she would just come up with some reason why we couldn't live in that place anymore, and then we would move between moves Posey and her sister, flew back to Washington state in the summers to spend time with their dead richness or Daniel as he was now known. That was like one of the greatest parts of my childhood is just sort of showing up getting off the plane and seeing my dad there. And he's just this like, huge guy. He's six five and he's got he's so skinny, and he's just got like these big tan muscles and his veins popping out, and he was always so happy to see us. And, you know, he'd picked my sister underneath one arm and me underneath another arm. And he just carry us. Like we were luggage through the airport. Life with Daniel was a far cry from the subdivisions of Palm Beach after he settled that lawsuit with the love family Daniel, moved to forty acres of undeveloped land in eastern, Washington near a tiny town called northport and for weeks, every summer Posey, and her sister, penny, went from judy's preoccupation with safety to a carefree life with Daniel who was building a house from scratch in the wilderness. And he had a barn, and I remember we would play in the barn for hours and hours and hours and hours. And we would jump from the hayloft to the pile of. Hey, I mean, which is super tainted like stacks of hay like they are not stacked evenly and there are canyons in there and you can fall through, but we did that, and then, you know, we had a tree house that we built, which is really just a pellet that we hoisted into a tree, and yet, we just kind of we just kind of ran wild. And then at the end of the summer that go back to Florida and try to adjust to. Life in their latest, new house and has Posey got older. She began to notice a shift in judy's demeanor. It wasn't just the neighborhood that wasn't safe. Judy saw danger everywhere. She went, we'd go through the drive through at McDonalds, and she would look at the teller and the teller would, like look at her dollar Bill to see if you know, it was counterfeit or whatever like they do, and then we would drive away, and she would spend the next twenty minutes speculating out loud about whether or not it really was a counterfeit Bill, and who could have possibly given it to her and was at my stepdad's, associate that gave it to her and is he wandering money and just like spinning out Posey was still a kid at the time maybe seven or eight years old, and her mom had told her lots of what Posey called mom lies in her youth. Judy would say things like the crust of your sandwiches made out of cookie crumbs, so you'd better, eat it or you should never, ever take a sip of beer, because everyone in our family is. Urging but confiding in her daughter about an imaginary money laundering, scheme was in a different category and posing knew it. I could tell that, that didn't make a lot of sense. And it just didn't square with the way that I saw reality. And how are you gonna disagree with your mom about, you know, the facts of life like the basis of reality? That's the person who's supposed to tell you what the basis of reality is between judy's episodes, the constant moving and being whisked away to a parallel universe with Daniel every summer. It was a lot for Posey to take I think it sort of created a feeling in me that, like everybody else had a normal life, and I was just somebody who moved through it. And so, I think I was I was always trying to become friends with people who I thought were normal and had really stable lives, and then convince them that I was like them. And I was always afraid that they would find out that I wasn't and then one night when Posey was ten everything changed again.

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"family" Discussed on Family Ghosts

Family Ghosts

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Ghosts

"Next time on family ghosts. Another child of the love family wrestles with its legacy, I exist because the love family existed. Like, very is. No other way about it. If the family wasn't here. I wouldn't be here. After wondering about it for years, Posey Gruner investigates, the relationship between the loss of her mother and her parents time in the family, it just kind of makes sense, right? Like, oh, okay. So there's this one big weird thing that happened. And then it's got to be connected to this other big thing that happened. That's coming up next week when season two family ghosts continues. family. Ghosts is hosted and produced by me Sam Damon with Adele Rueben, Jennifer lie. Jacob Smith Lindsay crowd. Well, Jenna Hannam and John Kastner. Our story editor is Michaela. Bligh? This episode was mixed by Evan our net and featured original music by Jesse Brennaman. Our theme music is by Louis. Kara fact checking by credit rainbow executive producers for season two are myself along with Keith Reynolds and Alleata Colin spoke media special, thanks to Posey Gruner. Thanks also to Hannah Palin at the university of Washington special collections film archive penny Gruner, Sarah, vires favors and Debbie. Becker, our story about the low family is by no means the definitive account if you wanna read watch and learn more about the family, please visit our website where you can find links to it takes a cult the documentary by Eric Johannesen, also known as on Israel. Thank you, Eric for allowing us to use clips from your film and our. Story. You can also check out counterculture crossover. Rachel Israel's memoir about her life in the family for all of that and much much more. Please visit family goes podcast dot com. Where you can also sign up for our Email list the ghost post if you'd like to follow our show on Twitter and Instagram. You can find us at fem. Go show. That's F A M G H O show. Thank you for listening to family ghosts where every house is haunted. You're listening to wwl t. Made radio.

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"family" Discussed on Family Ghosts

Family Ghosts

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Ghosts

"Past. But in spite of his best efforts and the reinforcements of his loyal elders. Love couldn't keep the ghosts out forever. Not long ago. A group of former family members created a private online forum that they called the laundromat, and they started opening up to each other talking candidly about the families drug problems, the extreme poverty, they were forced to live in and loves betrayals of their ideals. One day completion Israel decided she was tired of holding onto all the hurt. She signed into the laundromat and wrote the words she'd wanted to save for years. She read us an excerpt from her post, I am angry for some reason. I have not felt it safe to fully feel or express my anger. But I'm over that now, and I'm pissed off. There were some fucking shitty stuff that went on the love ranch children were beaten children were sexually abused sexually assaulted. Women were treated like shit women were treated as baby makers domestic slaves in worse this shit happened. Sure. There was some good stuff. But I'm not talking about that now. And the fallout has been tremendous in painful, it has affected generations it has affected. My children. I'm still hurt. And I don't want to hear any crap about forgiveness or moving on. I wanna hear accountability. I wanna hear genuine apologies. Fucked affliction blame or denial. If you have something to say to me other than accountability, you take that lecture finger and go have a good look at yourself in the mirror with it elder men. I'm talking to you elder women. Why the fuck did you put up with this shit? This is my broken heart seeing my sister held down molested. Seeing my siblings beaten fearing for my own little life when rage filled adult came for me. Completions horrific story of abuse was one of several we heard in our conversations with former family members as one of them told us loves policy of erasing, the previous lives of members who joined the family meant that it was an appealing place for people with histories of abuse hide from their past and loves belief that everyone in the family was eternal and therefore ageless made things even worse decisions about who slept with who. Which as a reminder where often made by love or based on perceived physical, emotional maturity. But for completion, and many other survivors love doesn't get to decide what happens anymore. He'd be tried to make a new world. But they skipped a critical step grieving and fully acknowledging the pain of the past. This pain must be thoroughly looked up before something new can be born. After the break. Something new is born. We'll be right back. Spout. Media. Eventually even serious gave up on love just thinking he would eventually. Evolve. I saw his inability to perceive his own weakness. And I just always had a hope that that. He would he would grow out of it. I just finally had to admit it wasn't going to happen. User family. Please message. Thank you. Hi, my name is Sam dingman. I'm working on the interview and was just calling to try to arrange convenient. Love Israel died in two thousand sixteen and these days there aren't many family members left on the ranch loves virtue. Name is conspicuously absent from the family's answering machine as well as the wooden archway above the road that leads into the commune from which assign hangs that simply reads, Israel, the perversion of the phrase Israel that love invented back in the sixties before he invented the love family. We visited the ranch on a bright sunny afternoon last July, there were neatly manicured rows of grapes growing in a lush green field and a teenage boy in white robes sat under a tree playing the guitar. Just a handful of people live there now, but they still gather for worship in a large airy sanctuary. The walls are lined with colorful paintings inspired by the collected visions family members in one of them. Love leads a procession of men in robes through the desert bathed in rainbow light that pours down from turquoise sky, a harp sits in a corner next to a box of songbooks these days. It's well out of tune. I

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"family" Discussed on Family Ghosts

Family Ghosts

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Ghosts

"Spoke media. Hello ghost family. Welcome back to family ghosts. today, we begin the second season of family ghosts. And as our team thought about the questions we wanted to explore in our stories this season. I kept coming back to the watch word of our show. Every house is haunted. And I got to thinking that phrase begs the question, which is can you even have a family without ghosts? And what would happen if you tried to create one the first spark that led to the left family being what it is was an LLC experience. In nineteen sixty seven Brian Allen dropped out of the university of California and moved to San Francisco. And when he got there he was crushing on a friend's floor with another guy who was also new in town that guy's name was Paul Erdman. And Brian wasn't sure what to make of him at first. He was always kind of a little bit of a hustler salesman. Even then and always really Paul suggested that he and Bryan should get their own apartment and be roommates. He also suggested that Brian should put up all the money for the rent and the security deposit, which Brian did reluctantly, but they found a place and shortly after they moved in. They took some LSD together. What we ended up doing is turning face to face needed knee sitting in Lotus position facing each other and looking into each other's eyes. Before long. Brian started to feel like he and Paul were melting into each other like he couldn't tell where one of them ended and the other one began, and then Brian started to have visions of faces faces of his family members, and then faces of devils, and then the faces started changing moving faster and faster before his is ultimately started to see all of these faces were really the same. They had the same quality were all parts of the same thing. Even the ugly ones. They were just part of the human spirit. And then I started to see. All of us, collectively, that's like that's what Jesus crisis, and she's is all of us were all chooses. So we were saying this to each other and he's having same experience. So we're saying to each other while we're looking into each other's eyes. We are one we are God we are one with God. I one with each other. There was something else. They said to each other said, okay. Let's try to just keep our focus in the present. That's not talk about the past. Let's not talk about the future. They didn't realize it at the time. But those words and this vision that Brian and Paul had together would completely change their lives and eventually the lives of several hundred other people. And he warned demonstrators protest US involvement in the Vietnam war in mass marches rallies demonstration. Meanwhile, outside the apartment at the corner of hate and Ashbury streets in San Francisco. The summer of love was in full swing the Grateful Dead. We're playing some of their earliest shows in an old Victorian house scores of hippies filled the streets smoking pot, dropping acid reciting poetry and protesting the war in Vietnam by some estimates. A hundred thousand people flocks to Haight Ashbury at summer to the news crews that descended on the mayhem the hippies proclaimed that they were remaking culture finding a new way for humanity to exist. In interviews, they declared that all of civilization was up for grabs students. Beatnik poets doctors business teachers, priests make up and costumes where bizarre. But over the course of their time as roommates Brian had the sense that Paul Erdman was in it for something else. He wasn't like all of the other people who had been attracted to San Francisco. He didn't have long hair. You didn't grow beard yet. He was still pretty much a. A used car salesman kind of guy what he liked about. It was the lot of easy access to sex drugs and rock and roll. He was he was exploiting it, and he talked about it. He just said this is so easy to exploit these these people here.

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"family" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Secrets

"Family secrets is a production of I heart radio. Shapiro and this is family secrets. We're currently on break working on season two. And as I review all the stories that have been pouring forth since this podcast came out. I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am to be in your company. Many of you have filled our inbox with powerful stories. And when I'm at book readings for inheritance, and I get to meet you in person and hear your stories. I'm amazed at the bravery and resilience that so many of you have shown in the face of your secrets. It's an important reminder that community is powerful to that end. We've set up a phone number for listeners of family secrets, and we invite you to tell your secrets your stories so that we can share with this community you can call one eight eight secrets zero that's one eight secrets zero and record your story. And then just also leave your name and phone number where we can reach you. We won't be able to run all of the stories, but we do wanna shine. Light on his many as we can I really hope to hear from you. For more podcast from iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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