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Fresh update on "family" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 13 min ago

Fresh update on "family" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"In a close race there Meantime we're getting a unique look at Republican Glenn young and victory for the governor's mansion in Richmond is coming from a democratic pollster who hosted a bunch of Northern Virginia focus groups They were filled with folks who voted for President Biden and for young kids One of the key findings from the focus groups hosted by Brian Stryker was that swing voters were attracted to youngins message that he stood with families who were uncertain and frustrated due to COVID restrictions in classrooms They are looking for how to get their kids back They feel like their kids have gotten knocked off track And he says those families felt like school leaders didn't care about the hardships they endured They were forced to scramble for child care Democrats tried to argue that junkin was a Donald Trump wannabe the striker says that just didn't work They don't think that just because somebody is in the Republican Party they are similar to Donald Trump Or even that they are controlled by Donald Trump Nika and Ellie TOP news I'm not expected to move locally involving the.

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Biden says he caught a cold from young grandson

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 9 hrs ago

Biden says he caught a cold from young grandson

"President president Biden Biden has has at at least least one one thing thing in in common common with with a a lot lot of of grandparents grandparents this this winter winter a a cold cold picked picked up up from from a a kid kid earlier earlier this this week week how how are are you you going going to to see see the the president's president's out out of of like like his his usual usual self self but but yesterday yesterday we we don't don't yet yet believe believe it it should should be be and and again again this this morning morning the the partnership partnership with with visible visible to to me me his his voice voice was was unusually unusually low low and and scratchy scratchy voice voice got got a a little little different different are are you you okay okay the the president president assured assured reporters reporters he's he's tested tested daily daily for for covert covert nineteen nineteen and and these these negative negative the the real real issue issue one one one one half half year year old old grandson grandson who who had had a a cold cold like like suitcases suitcases pop pop the the president president spent spent thanksgiving thanksgiving with with his his family family including including grandson grandson beau beau who who was was also also at at the the White White House House this this week week the the president president had had a a routine routine physical physical last last month month that that his his doctor doctor described described him him as as healthy healthy and and vigorous vigorous Sager Sager made made Ghani Ghani Washington Washington

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Congress Poised to Change Tax Laws

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:15 min | 13 hrs ago

Congress Poised to Change Tax Laws

"Charlie, you and I were emailing and the house and the senator about to change the tax laws of the United States. I've been telling people all week long as soon as that happens, they should take a number of years of their past returns, call you up and find out whether or not the right kind of client high income client. And that you've got to look at that. Am I right? They're about to change the tax laws. They're about to change a tax loss of the tax laws have wavered back and forth between various proposals, there was the wealth tax. There was the family plan and now there's build back in America. And we've been fortunate that we've had two reasonable democratic senators that have essentially allowed us to Dodge a major tax bill and I believe they've not been able to enact much of the legislation that would have affected many of our listeners, but nonetheless the Biden administration wants to substantially increase marginal rates to build back America plan has many changes in it and the reality is. I formed my CPA firm two decades ago to help clients recover dollars at the unnecessarily payment form of state and federal income taxes in most CPAs are simply historians and we do a very good job of helping clients mitigate that cost. And doing simply what other CPA don't.

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Trauma Dumping (MM #3908)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 15 hrs ago

Trauma Dumping (MM #3908)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yesterday I was talking about oversharing on social media. And then of course, late last night, a story pops up on the Internet because you know it's listening, talking about not only oversharing, but a new phenomenon called trauma dumping. After you've had a tough day at work or had a bad day or had a fight with your spouse or something like that, people turn to friends to offload their frustrations and their anger. But that becomes problematic when they dump it on places like Facebook because they're bringing people into their business as I said their oversharing, but oversharing to horrible extremes. And what happens is what we're seeing in the world today, where people tend to act in extreme ways, and because they're looking for people to feed them to tell them they're right. It becomes problematic when people start actually acting out of those things in real life. The reality is there's a lot going on, whether it's in family, whether it's with friends that doesn't need to be shared with many people, let alone your entire social media follower or friend list. It's kind of scary to think that maybe part of the problem of what's going on in our world today.

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Trauma Dumping (MM #3908)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 15 hrs ago

Trauma Dumping (MM #3908)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yesterday I was talking about oversharing on social media. And then of course, late last night, a story pops up on the Internet because you know it's listening, talking about not only oversharing, but a new phenomenon called trauma dumping. After you've had a tough day at work or had a bad day or had a fight with your spouse or something like that, people turn to friends to offload their frustrations and their anger. But that becomes problematic when they dump it on places like Facebook because they're bringing people into their business as I said their oversharing, but oversharing to horrible extremes. And what happens is what we're seeing in the world today, where people tend to act in extreme ways, and because they're looking for people to feed them to tell them they're right. It becomes problematic when people start actually acting out of those things in real life. The reality is there's a lot going on, whether it's in family, whether it's with friends that doesn't need to be shared with many people, let alone your entire social media follower or friend list. It's kind of scary to think that maybe part of the problem of what's going on in our world today.

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Miranda Devine: The Media Is Still Avoiding the Real Hunter Biden Story

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 1 d ago

Miranda Devine: The Media Is Still Avoiding the Real Hunter Biden Story

"This has been going on since the beginning of Joe Biden's career really I mean he's the center of the Delaware He won the election when he was 29 years old And from then on because Delaware is this unique state in America where so many corporations are headquartered there because of its tax laws but mainly the opacity of its corporations law He had really a lot of power in the corporate world and he was also very powerful positions on both the legislative affairs committee and the foreign affairs committee And he was faced by these corporations and these donors gave him lots of money and also other things such as grace and favor jobs for family members especially hunter And so Hunter Biden was given inflated salaries and from that money very early on straight out of college he was expected to pay bills for the rest of the family And so there were stories along the way and even The New York Times have stories I mean Byron York did some brilliant work which I thought in the book on Joe Biden sort of real estate purchases which were very dodgy back in the day MBNA which is a credit card company in Delaware board a house from him a lot higher than comparable houses nearby An executive of theirs And so there was there was quite a bit of reporting done not enough in my view But I think that influence peddling is a Washington disease

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Miranda Devine Exposes the Kind of Father Joe Biden Actually Is

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 1 d ago

Miranda Devine Exposes the Kind of Father Joe Biden Actually Is

"I thought it was the most important book of the year and I was not being hyperbolic about that So a couple things about the book and the Biden family and just the disturbing revelations in there You know Miranda my takeaway from the book is about Joe Biden himself who puts a guy like this Hunter Biden his son who he knows well it's his son obviously What kind of guy puts a kid like this Hunter Biden in this central position in these mega business deals with corporations and businesses all over the world knowing he's got this troubled history It's just it speaks to Joe Biden as much as it does to hunter's character You've absolutely nailed it Dan that's the overriding impression that I had was what kind of a father puts the sun with these addiction problems in front of gushing torrents of unaccountable cash And that's what he did at Hunter Biden is even admitted that in his memoir earlier this year beautiful things in which he talks about that money that came from burisma was like play money He said it was $83,333 a month And he didn't have to do anything for it and he said that really that was what led to him falling off the wagon and really indulging in his crack addiction And I think when tens of millions of dollars of ill gotten gains are coming into your bank accounts And you have an addiction problem What are you going to do And I mean it destroyed his marriage He had a really lovely wife and three quarters girls And he's like just unraveled from there on So and the other thing about burisma was that as soon as his father stepped down from being vice president was Margaret out obviously Hunter Biden's 83,000 plus salary from burisma went down to half that much It was cut in half Just crazy

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Murder charge for Ohio deputy in Casey Goodson Jr. shooting

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 1 d ago

Murder charge for Ohio deputy in Casey Goodson Jr. shooting

"Yeah yeah hi hi sheriff's sheriff's deputy deputy has has been been charged charged with with murder murder in in the the shooting shooting nearly nearly one one year year ago ago of of Casey Casey goods goods and and junior junior Jason Jason made made the the now now retired retired Franklin Franklin County County sheriff's sheriff's deputy deputy who who fatally fatally shot shot Casey Casey good good to to junior junior has has turned turned himself himself into into law law enforcement enforcement after after being being indicted indicted by by a a grand grand jury jury and and charged charged with with murder murder and and reckless reckless homicide homicide he he was was finishing finishing up up work work with with the the fugitive fugitive task task force force in in Columbus Columbus needs needs attorney attorney says says Goodson Goodson was was gesturing gesturing with with the the gun gun as as he he drove drove in in that that the the former former deputy deputy acted acted within within his his lawful lawful duties duties when when he he pursued pursued good good sent sent to to investigate investigate the the felony felony weapons weapons offense offense he he witnessed witnessed relative relative say say good good said said was was holding holding a a sandwich sandwich not not a a gun gun as as he he was was trying trying to to unlock unlock the the door door to to his his grandmother's grandmother's house house and and autopsy autopsy found found goods goods and and was was shot shot a a total total of of six six times times once once in in the the buttocks buttocks and and five five times times in in the the back back within within hours hours of of the the announcement announcement good good since since family family held held a a news news conference conference to to say say they they have have filed filed a a federal federal civil civil rights rights lawsuit lawsuit against against meat meat and and Franklin Franklin County County M. M. of of office office space space this this is is mother mother Tamela Tamela Payne Payne says says she's she's overwhelmed overwhelmed by by joy joy after after a a year year of of fighting fighting for for charges charges in in a a case case where where there there were were no no body body cameras cameras and and no no witnesses witnesses I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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AP: US military explosives vanish, emerge in civilian world

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 d ago

AP: US military explosives vanish, emerge in civilian world

"Military military explosives explosives have have banished banished and and have have shown shown up up in in the the civilian civilian world world demolition demolition trainer trainer sergeant sergeant Travis Travis Blosser Blosser started started collecting collecting leftover leftover explosives explosives in in twenty twenty sixteen sixteen fearing fearing Hillary Hillary Clinton Clinton would would beat beat Donald Donald Trump Trump you you know know crazy crazy the the world world is is out out there there so so it's it's like like well well you you know know I've I've also also got got that that just just in in case case if if you you know know the the world world does does start start coming coming to to an an end end or or anything anything crazy crazy like like that that that that I I can can protect protect me me and and my my family family any any B. B. investigation investigation found found possibly possibly thousands thousands of of armor armor piercing piercing grenades grenades hundreds hundreds of of pounds pounds of of plastic plastic explosives explosives as as well well as as land land mines mines and and rockets rockets have have been been stolen stolen from from or or lost lost by by the the armed armed forces forces over over the the past past decade decade in in Mississippi Mississippi Chris Chris Smith Smith was was very very close close when when an an artillery artillery shell shell exploded exploded at at a a recycling recycling yard yard okay okay member member Bob Bob flus flus heard heard explosion explosion while while slime slime or or or or or or what what Smith Smith says says the the military military needs needs to to make make this this a a priority priority I I was was anticipating anticipating liars liars man man for for no no reason reason at at all all military military officials officials the the thieves thieves in in the the ranks ranks are are a a small small minority minority I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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California Congressional Districts: Where Are the Flashpoints?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:45 min | 1 d ago

California Congressional Districts: Where Are the Flashpoints?

"First walking back America. I'm here. You're joined now by congressman Mike Garcia from the great state of California, the 25th congressional district. He's back. Congressman good to talk to you at a happy Merry Christmas to you in advance. Thank you. Appreciate it. Hope you had Thanksgiving as well and good. Thanks for having me. We did. We had the whole family together and I'm recovered now that the grandkids are gone. Congressman, California's in a world of hurt, next time I talk with Michael Shawn burger, the author of San Francisco and right now they're doing redistricting district and getting some echo back in my ear Ben. I'm wondering what is the situation with the redistricting in California, especially about the 25th which you represent. Yes, I'm sorry. We lost the connection there. You might just repeat the question about that. Let's start by asking, what is the situation about California's 25th congressional district? Where is the reapportionment process gone? Are the redistricting? Yes. So it's still in work. We're supposed to be getting the final maps before the end of the month. We've got this quote unquote independent commission that's working at. And when you hear that word independent in California, that should make the hair in the next stand up for conservatives. Right now my map in the initial maps that we've been getting looks a little tougher it goes from a Biden plus ten district to Biden plus 13 districts. So it's going to be a little bit of a tougher fight. We'll still prevail. We're doing good things on the ground and for our constituents. And I think America is waking up to the fact that they need to pay attention to people who they're electing in these liberal policies are not working. So we should be okay. But we'll know before the end of the end of the month of December here and we'll be able to

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Tel Aviv is priciest city, outranking Paris in new report

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Tel Aviv is priciest city, outranking Paris in new report

"Tel Tel Aviv Aviv residents residents have have for for years years complained complained about about how how expensive expensive the the places places with with living living costs costs taking taking a a chunk chunk out out of of their their paychecks paychecks but but now now a a new new study study affirms affirms the the quibbles quibbles according according to to the the economist economist intelligence intelligence unit unit the the seaside seaside metropolis metropolis has has emerged emerged as as the the most most expensive expensive city city to to live live in in Tel Tel Aviv Aviv which which previously previously ranked ranked fifty fifty most most expensive expensive does does not not suppose suppose other other pricey pricey places places like like Paris Paris and and Singapore Singapore economists economists attribute attribute the the jump jump to to a a strong strong appreciation appreciation of of the the shekel shekel against against the the dollar dollar while while also also pointing pointing to to rising rising grocer grocer and and transport transport costs costs the the report report did did not not include include housing housing prices prices another another common common complaint complaint among among young young professionals professionals and and families families trying trying to to live live in in the the bustling bustling city city I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Oversharing (MM #3907)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Oversharing (MM #3907)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as you know, I've spent a lot of my life now 15 years plus on social media. I spend a lot of time reading and learning and listening. But one thing I've noticed here in the last couple of years and it's really starting to increase now is the amount of oversharing people do, how they bring you into their lives, more than what a casual acquaintance would. The reality is, we're not really necessarily Friends, even though we're friends on Facebook. I'm not sure I've got family members on Facebook, and they're more than Friends, they're family. And I've got friends. But then you've got people who you've connected with, whether you've met them at a conference, whether you've worked with them in the past or whether you've just connected with them somehow through the Internet, that share a whole lot about who they are about what's going on in their life and things that they probably wouldn't share in person if you were just a casual acquaintance. So sharing a lot over sharing perhaps, I wouldn't say it's concerning, but it's concerning. Why do you feel the need to share those things with people who aren't really that close to you? Is it a cry for help? Makes me wonder

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Oversharing (MM #3907)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Oversharing (MM #3907)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as you know, I've spent a lot of my life now 15 years plus on social media. I spend a lot of time reading and learning and listening. But one thing I've noticed here in the last couple of years and it's really starting to increase now is the amount of oversharing people do, how they bring you into their lives, more than what a casual acquaintance would. The reality is, we're not really necessarily Friends, even though we're friends on Facebook. I'm not sure I've got family members on Facebook, and they're more than Friends, they're family. And I've got friends. But then you've got people who you've connected with, whether you've met them at a conference, whether you've worked with them in the past or whether you've just connected with them somehow through the Internet, that share a whole lot about who they are about what's going on in their life and things that they probably wouldn't share in person if you were just a casual acquaintance. So sharing a lot over sharing perhaps, I wouldn't say it's concerning, but it's concerning. Why do you feel the need to share those things with people who aren't really that close to you? Is it a cry for help? Makes me wonder

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Tucker Carlson Defends Chris Cuomo for Helping His Brother

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Tucker Carlson Defends Chris Cuomo for Helping His Brother

"I think Cuomo, governor Cuomo, the act of not only face a misdemeanor than he faced a criminal charge, a woman claiming that he put his hand right up under her shirt and grabbed her breast, awful stuff, and so Chris Cuomo, the prime time star of CNN scrambling to try to help him, it was revealed this week that he played a bigger role in all of that than was first revealed and he's been suspended indefinitely. Tucker Carlson, who's a Chris Cuomo critic, no fan of his argues who wouldn't do what they could do to help their family no matter what you did for a

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CNN Releases Statement Over New Revelations About Chris Cuomo

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | 2 d ago

CNN Releases Statement Over New Revelations About Chris Cuomo

"New documents released this week indicated that Chris was more into millions involved than previously known in helping his brother former New York governor Andrew Cuomo craft a defense amid a flurry of sexual misconduct allegations. Here's a statement released tonight from a scene on spokesperson quote the New York attorney general's office released transcripts and exhibits Monday that shed new light on Chris Cuomo's involvement in his brother's defense. The documents, which we were not privy to before their public release, raised serious questions. This spokesperson continued quote when Chris admitted to us that he had offered advice to his brother's staff. He broke our rules. And we acknowledge that publicly. But we also appreciated the unique position he was in and understood his need to put family first and job second. However, these documents point to a greater level of involvement in his brother's efforts than we previously knew the spokesperson added, as a result, we have suspended Chris indefinitely pending further evaluation. And I can not confirm or deny that Jeffrey toobin then yelled out, but Dodge that bullet. Here I am. I mean, you got to look it up. I don't want to get into the graphic nature of Jeffrey toobin's transgression. Look it up. How that guy has a job is unbelievable. They suspended Jeffrey toobin too. And I say that for a reason. Chris Cuomo's probably looking at Jeffrey toobin saying, wait a minute. You kept this guy? But you're firing me or suspending me because I was trying to defend my brother?

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The TRUTH About Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | 2 d ago

The TRUTH About Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein

"Okay, I want to talk about this Epstein story. FAA accidentally disclosed new flight data on Epstein's private jets. So let me first kind of just frame the whole Jeffrey Epstein story. The Jeffrey Epstein story is one of the most extraordinary, hard to believe, yet most covered up stories of the last 30 or 40 years. You see Jeffrey Epstein was a glitch in the ruling class matrix. Jeffrey Epstein, he was obviously a provider of services for very wealthy and powerful men across the world. Royal family, potential other royal families across the world. Financiers, presidents, you name it, if you wanted to do something despicable, craven. And almost unspeakable on radio or podcasting, Jeffrey Epstein was the facilitator of that.

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Kyle Rittenhouse’s Classmates Don’t Want Him on Campus

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 2 d ago

Kyle Rittenhouse’s Classmates Don’t Want Him on Campus

"You got to remember, Wendy started that fundraiser. She had $0. We had to re zeros. I want to also the audience to know the financial status of the rittenhouse family. You dropped out of school to support your mom, is that correct? I did. I was working three jobs. I was working at the YMCA rec plex and I was doing some landscaping gigs off the side. So that's the net worth of the rittenhouse family. And then and I'm not saying that diminishingly on this offering context that then the only opportunity you had to get out of jail and get counsel was external support and no one really knew where the money went. It went to John pierce and to linds ego. The Kyle, I'm just sensing this and you could correct me if I'm wrong, you're calm cool and collected until this topic. It just two things in this world pissed me off the most when lunchbox says I'm not a student at ASU. And when linwood likes to go off and say that I'm being handled. So more there you can listen, of course, on the Charlie Kirk show podcast and we'll be dropping it here and we're honored to have an exclusive conversation with him. One of the stories that's been popping up is Arizona state university. Many of the students at Arizona state university will be playing more clips throughout the hour with Kyle rittenhouse, and we're going to get into so much more news as well. But the students at Arizona state university metro date that ASU they have come out and maybe they want to be sued. Maybe they want to be thrown for libel. They say we have been contacted by many media organizations asking for different statements regarding our protest against Kyle rittenhouse. Here's our position. We will not stand for a white supremacist killer on our campus. Really, white supremacist. What evidence do you have of that? Who is basically Kyle's best friend? I'd love for metra day ASU to tell me that. In our view, the rittenhouse shooting is an analogous to the Greensboro massacre. Where 5 antiracist protesters were killed by clan members that were later acquitted by an all white jury. Similar to the Greensboro massacre, the rittenhouse case is a failure of the justice system to punish white fascist vigilante violence. You see, you can only believe things like this if you go to college.

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Families turn down Travis Scott offer to pay for funerals

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Families turn down Travis Scott offer to pay for funerals

"The the families families of of some some of of the the victims victims of of the the astro astro world world music music festival festival of of turning turning down down a a gesture gesture from from the the headline headline of of that that event event thanks thanks but but no no thanks thanks some some of of the the families families of of the the ten ten people people who who were were killed killed in in the the crowd crowd surge surge at at astroworld astroworld have have rejected rejected an an offer offer by by Travis Travis Scott Scott to to pay pay for for the the funerals funerals of of their their loved loved ones ones attorneys attorneys for for the the family family say say that that they they got got a a letter letter from from Scott's Scott's attorney attorney who who formally formally made made the the offer offer that that the the rapper rapper made made soon soon after after the the tragedy tragedy the the lawyer lawyer for for the the family family of of the the youngest youngest victim victim says says while while he he believes believes Scott Scott feels feels remorse remorse he he must must bear bear responsibility responsibility for for what what happened happened the the rapper rapper has has a a history history of of whipping whipping fans fans into into a a frenzy frenzy at at his his shows shows a a lawyer lawyer for for another another victim victim was was harsher harsher saying saying scraps scraps offers offers just just a a publicity publicity stunt stunt and and only only makes makes things things worse worse for for the the families families I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Authorities: Student kills 3, wounds 8 at Michigan school

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Authorities: Student kills 3, wounds 8 at Michigan school

"A a fifteen fifteen year year old old is is in in custody custody after after classmates classmates were were killed killed and and others others wounded wounded in in a a shooting shooting in in their their Michigan Michigan high high school school president president Biden Biden reacts reacts to to the the shooting shooting at at Oxford Oxford high high school school north north of of Detroit Detroit my my heart heart goes goes out out to to the the families families in in during during the the unimaginable unimaginable grief grief of of losing losing a a loved loved one one police police say say a a student student opened opened fire fire early early Tuesday Tuesday afternoon afternoon and and then then surrendered surrendered shortly shortly after after officers officers arrived arrived robin robin reading reading says says her her son son a a senior senior and and several several other other students students stayed stayed home home after after hearing hearing threats threats of of a a shooting shooting being being planned planned he he was was not not at at school school today today he he just just said said that that my my I I don't don't feel feel complimented complimented the the key key is is that that we we go go to to school school without without going going today today that's that's all all he he said said school school officials officials posted posted two two letters letters to to parents parents on on the the school school website website earlier earlier this this month month after after hearing hearing rumors rumors of of a a threat threat against against the the school school after after someone someone threw threw a a deer's deer's head head into into a a courtyard courtyard from from the the school's school's roof roof painted painted several several windows windows on on the the roof roof with with red red paint paint use use the the same same paint paint on on concrete concrete near near the the school school building building hi hi Tim Tim acquire acquire

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"family" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

07:12 min | Last month

"family" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

"Because this did not happen overnight. It's like a lot of hours of building out. These family trees lance have been working on this for years. And it's several years from start to finish identify jocks. Biological father in another thing. I learned during this case was also helping another cuban adopting named iris and she is a great communicator and not afraid to send a message make a phone call or take a chance and she left knowstone on turned in her search and where the records are lacking for cuba. Communicating with your matches will go a long way in filling those gaps. So i did learn a lot from working on the mary. as case besides The history and those things like it really truly cuban genealogy it needs communication is built on communication. What tips can you offer to. Dole's adopt these looking for their cuban connection for adopt these specifically Who have a connection to cuba. Whether it's through. One parents are both parents or single grandparent. Is you know my first suggestion is always to understand. Fully how genealogy and dna work together to build the story. if you don't understand that you're not going to get very far so you know there are books. Youtube videos webinars websites. Hope you learn how to use the tools available to working with your dna matches and gaining that foundation will save you time and energy down the road. So you're gonna get an. I don't know and that will be the end of the conversation. And you don't want that you need a conversation so you know. Look at your dna match. Look at those arches. Start making some assumptions about how they're all related and with common areas or nimes in bright that in a message that includes that information in how you think you might be related and it could be a message that simply says something like hi cousin. I'm adopted and searching for my biological parents based on our shared dna. We are probably second cousins. I think we might be related through these great grandparents. Do you know more about them. And their children A message like that. It's clear it information it asks in for information and it starts a conversation and that goes back to also you now understanding how the genealogy works because if you don't you don't understand what all those numbers mean and what potential relationships they could be so get that clear information in. They may not answer. But you've done your research and move forward and onto other family members From that same family and asked the same questions and maybe get an answer in your experience. genealogists what makes cuba genealogy different in. What challenges have you in. Car encountered with cuban genealogy cases. Five question I think most people now. The biggest challenge cuban genealogy and what makes the difference is access to records general so getting to any records in cuba is a challenge but in my opinion cubans are creative. Innovators so to be a cuban genealogy or cuban researcher you also have to be creative and innovative on your family trade and so thinking outside of the box can help you find records for example It gave his name the name of their farm where the farmers located the other parties involved in more and i found this on the internet. Archive's website archives dot org. I mean it was the most unexpected place to find it but there was in the last name happen to be misspell. And so you have to keep those kinds of searches in mind. So you know when when you can't when you can't access the records or you're not getting Results out of cuba always try to think about other other sources that you could be used there. It's going to Fiu The university of florida's website. The d. lock records. But don't forget about google books hoti trust in academia papers. Because you never know what you're going to find in those places that might you around the problem. Instead of through the problem that records would solve. Speaking about adoptees adopt. These needs to be aware of pedigree collapse in dog amee. Because that's part of life These things exist and they can they can skew. The amount of the a shared between matches and trees can become kind of a tangled massive relationships because they are tangled relationships learning about pedigree collapse having a clear understanding of pedigree collapse and of in dog. Amee will help you around some of those pitfalls. My father law's from whole gain and building out. His dna tree has been unique because it tends he can be related to is dna matches in multiple ways Three collapse and once you can identify that it existed nutri and where it exists. You can understand which dna matches are going to be more helpful in your research and learn techniques to work with the ones who have the inflated amount of share dna of those does two things i think are are definitely the Challenges in working with cuban genealogy. Thank you so much for everything. Thank you for listening to the cuban family roots casts than miatas of cuba. And i like to make some acknowledgments. The information obtained to put the story together was according to the original text of histories of cuban families is saudi of the familiar one with data provided over time by mr ability. Mr holy arken. Mastery mr amato kitchen. Doug gone rica. non miata and chavez. Milanez mrs maria latisha diaz mia rhodesia's. Jose held that chan programs to bobby's alabama coast joya miguel ferrer wake gristle carbon miatas fenando korea salida and with the help of carlos alberto musaga e planners and andrea are belither. Wife of clemente men will musaga ib lanos. 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"family" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

02:20 min | Last month

"family" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

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"family" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"family" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"Oh you can just go back. Whenever could live there so growing up in north carolina. Everyone plays flu disney. Which just puts more pressure on it right so i think the first thing to do is just just relieve. Everyone's pressure and think about all there is to offer and you don't have to do it all in one trip and you don't have to do it all ever you know if there are not into zoos. I mean really think about that before you go hold to spend a day. I mean if it's just think epcot can be one of those things. That's really fun for outs. And you have to figure out the different parts of your kids will like so goes back to thinking through. What are the expectations that you have for yourself in that trump and maybe your children separately and usually if you're there a whole week you could plan accordingly. You know one family member wants really wants to do this thing. Then everyone is going to do that. Thing but you've got to think about your kids tolerance that because there really is so much to do it almost too much to do. And you have to really streamline it and match match it with what your kids enjoy and what. They are looking forward to as a travel agent. I actually tried to get families to schedule a resort day right in the middle as the day just just to just to relax. We see my. I'm throwing my wife under the bus. But my wife and her family if they go to disney they're there when the rope drops to the very end to their chevy out of the park because there by golly they're going to get their money's worth disney and that's just not you know when you look back at your steps for that day you were like seventeen thousand steps and for kids. That's yeah that's got to to more just because they're little legs. You know trying to keep up. But i always encourage families just to take a break you.

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Games. It's funny. I come into my house sometimes and whole families huddled up into one room guys spread out says really annoying other times like kids are all spread out and it's like why are they all spread out and it's coming to the space. We need that ebb and flow and boys at stressful for a lot of families. Especially when you got like fides calls of three rooms and you're having a hard time managing all those. That's been a big challenge. We need to learn to play again. My question is gonna really. What's gonna be different next year. I don't know things are going to change. How are you gonna wait when when life changes at least a little. Would you do different in your leisure. Would you invest it. What's important to you. I don't play very well when things are learned is i. I loved and scouts by boys forces me to go camping every friday. They'd go camping. I do not want to go home. And i'm so thankful when we get there that night and we're sitting around the fire i'm with these men. His dad's that invest in me and i invest them. We invest in. Those kids is boys. So thankful i never want to go on that friday thankful that. I'm kind of committed to it your tennis player hard to go play by yourself. Committed to that. When you're meeting someone play. We've got this commitment the changes that haven't leisure in some about what it's like for you but how do you do leisure in a way that actually brings out the best view in the best of that verbal four years. Before i was married i would meet this pasture. Everything goes once-a-week. We've they ball. He likes playing with be mean like just destroy me. In the one day we decided to meet and play tennis and i beat human saudi for him lies. Price shouldn't have to beat him 'cause he had a problem there and she kind of fun experiment and so i kind of backed off little for that commitment kevin going and as soon as i stopped. Which is where. We're at a lot of a lot of us a lot of the commitments. We haven't stopped so now. What are you going to do different. When i saw back in march april may actually like i am so thankful that these families have been hijacked from their life to where they can new all the crazy things that were committed to. I believe we're committed. What are we gonna have back or when things change back baby. Go to some seventy symbols of normal. Are we going to add back everything that we are committed to in more and then this third conversation. Some people haven't had a good conversation. A long time haven't listened and listened to we think the conversations could be done through text or other means now actually most couples that i work with one of the first rules with the couple. You cannot text each other and usually it's because they're reading what's being said they're actually getting angry over how it's being said the tool that it's just a tool. How do you know who are you engaging with to have conversation and they saw three things solitude at leisure conversation. I believe we've lost them. Unless you're in a good marriage good family and a part of the solid church and the thing is if you look at a lot of other research out there and some of these big big brain people that do other research is so interesting to see how point to the power of community. What we need you and i need the light is like lifeblood for us going forward. Does it matter what age. I've kelly kellyanne i. Reminisced and talk for years about just even the the little bit of time we were here in the dallas area at this church all the years all my years. Bring up all the years of ministry all the things that i've done. I've never been a part of a small group. That was as good as the one that was at here at the riley's house now didn't realize my way to that first time at their house that i was gonna get ambushed by kenan. Ginger checking on this girl was dated. Their daughter was dating. That was a shocker. I've never never seen that. Because so many churches segregate everything engages in that room wor sixty seventies teens and everyone every game between how we do life how conversation how in play and how we actually understand and decide to consume if you will or to do solitude your marriage number one church this is again the critical pieces of this whole. Thank you tuning into the family features podcast. it has been an honor to serve. Find out more about dr gilbert his resources for you and your family's growth and success a healing lives dot com and if you think you could use support along the way be sure to book back. Call at book. Dr jean dot com and one more thing. If you found this helpful please share this podcast with others so that we can change the world together..

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

05:22 min | 1 year 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 Health

Family Health

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"This is more pervasive now than ever your children are struggling and oftentimes are struggling with very normal and actually okay questions. But oftentimes as parents, we just don't know how to answer. I wrote a book called. I can't say that. And it's actually aimed at parents helping you build a biblical sexual ethic walking through scripture walking through research and understanding who you're meant to be in your children are meant to be and how to understand and teach this to your children intentionally. in the process now of writing a teen version of the same book so that it can actually be given to your kids as a teen, which actually I personally believe that by teen years it's too late. It's not never too late, but we need to plant seeds earlier. You, need to be able to be on the frontlines you are on the frontlines of loving your children in to the man or the woman that God wants them to be. They need to be able to ask those questions they need to be able to actually have answers that are. Not will be careful where they come from. they talk to you. That is probably one of the best things that ever happened for most of us but most often they don't Dakota the appears to progress. We go to Google to YouTube. How can you actually better best prepare them to ask the questions ask better questions even and then find healthy biblical answers to who they are as a man young man young woman their gender and sexuality. young men who they are. It's shaped now so much by sports by how they like certain girls, body parts, and it's very almost hiding and say archaic, it's not healthy. And then at the same time, we're pushing men to be more sensitive than more almost feminine, which also is not really the goal because there's a whole spectrum of who who. Men are with their meant to be there certain characteristics that we actually probably want our young men to have and women. Same thing women are not all addresses and frilly in cooking and cleaning and all this junk that we've kind of imposed on them in some weird sense. But so many that that is who they are. That's great and others are an a very different way. They see life of hunting and fishing they live sports, they love to be more active. There are decision makers their deep thinkers. You and I are so complicated. It's beautiful. Can we actually celebrate that? Can. You celebrate who your son or your daughter is? Help them find answers to those questions that are biblical. Of My book, I can't say that at I can't say that dot com it's got a book workbook and audiobook that all helps you as a parent answer some of these questions I'd love to come to your church, your small group, your retreat, ministry, Women's retreat couples retreat and talk through a biblical view of gender and sexuality. And this is my heart. This is my passion is what I dedicated my whole entire life to studying in learning and and looking at the research in studying the Bible to best In, this this very difficult area that. So many of our young people are asking hard hard questions in. So I love to talk with you. If you WANNA book something goes Doctor Corey Kluber dot com. Felt the form there we can actually get some scheduled pretty quickly. For us to come out there and speak at your church locally. So honored to serve you and for. All the guy's GonNa do in your life, but also children's lives legacy..

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

05:28 min | 1 year 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

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Throughout their that I've heard also is youth pastors. To who you put in your kids life's. I've seen families who choose sporting team in their dot coach destroys them. And they see it, they know it and they don't do anything about it. No, we need to put a boundary there. I need to pull you. Are Up talk through it. So you can convince to quit and move on. Because, this is toxic and I've seen exact opposite. that. There's kids that because of that coach to believe in them, because of that youth pastor that talked with them when they had a hard time, their life was transformed. So I. Hope this is helpful to you to think through to challenge. I was blessed this morning to be a part of seeing my kids and what they're doing and how they're growing up and what they're learning, and we've created our home very intentionally, and there's parts of it. That might be great. There's parts that aren't. So's yours. May you continue to intentionally reevaluate your priorities high set your life? Life what you do with your time, we do with your money how you invest in others outside of that, and the kind of home you create that teaches them in raises them well. So they can launch, leave us and become amazing incredible citizens that impact the world for Jesus Christ bless you your family, and again, if you want that book, I can't say that dot com, it's also available on Amazon Barnes and noble in other places, book and Work Book. I. Can't say that calm. You can the book workbook and Audiobook Book all together for free. And I'm working now on the teenage version. Thinking of the nine year. Old Reading. That book? How can they be empowered? Give this to them. So looking forward to having that cup trump come out.

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

04:14 min | 1 year 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.

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"family" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"family" Discussed on Family Secrets

"The from the time you were small you were always observing and in order to observe. I mean one of the things I've often thought about is. Writers are outsiders. I don't think you can be an insider and write about anything from the inside if you're at the if you're an insider because you don't have you don't have any perspective on it. You don't have that anthropological view and so you always seeing the world from that place of this slight remove the slight distance. And you know it's impossible to know exactly what created that. What caused that? But what what would you say to your friend in in that regard or as anything about that makes perfect sense. I think that a lot of the freedom that I feel is an artist to do what. My mother would consider very outrageous and completely inappropriate. Things is because there's there's I have one foot out the door always have one foot in another state. That could be anything I could. I could have come from any kind of people and so that gives me a freedom to both search for who I am sort of like a i. Guess permission to search for WHO I am but also gives me that like you said that. Remove FROM BEING INTERNAL LIKE. I was definitely raised by a tight knit family but there was one foot that was still outside of that looking back on it and looking back on my place in it. And there's that inside curiosity which you went through so vividly and it was just beautiful your description of that like who am I now and that feeling like the floor has just dropped out from under you and I just had that in a slow grade way the whole time I was always here and I was committed and belonged to my family but not totally and I think that is the artist's item me but that did stand outside myself did look for the love. It I'm sorry..

"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

02:19 min | 2 years 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

02:04 min | 2 years 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 Speaker on topics such as 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 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 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 prepare 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 is Dr Court. You're welcome back to the A podcast and we're going to continue our conversation about pornography today and looking at kind of a comparison to past and present and kind of scares me to think about future but but also the idea of intimacy in how that's being challenged and redefined and sex over relationship and then we're going to look at a lot of scripture that actually Kinda Kinda just helps reorient ourselves our hearts and our minds when it comes to this topic so hope the joy these excerpts from my book. I can't say that international bestseller's Amazon you can find it. I can't say that DOT COM or on Amazon all right. Let's dive in nudity yesterday and today from from any of our children the first time they've you pornography they do not see a naked picture like many of us did their viewing videos of gross and abusive scenes that most of us would consider horrifying think about this if this is their first exposure. Where do they go from there. Honestly today it has gone to places. Most of us cannot imagine if you go online and.

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

01:38 min | 2 years 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

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"family" Discussed on Family Health

"Hi everyone and welcome to the family health podcast podcast your 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 Speaker on topics such as 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. 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 encouraging. Can you 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 prepare 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 Hey this is Dr Corey over. Welcome to the family health podcast and today. We're going to go into a topic that we're. GonNa come back to a lot and I wish we didn't have to but we have to for the sake of our families and that's pornography graffiti run a address a few issues that our children face today on again this crumb an excerpt from my book. I can't say that you can order. I can't say that DOT COM it's Anna Amazon international bestseller and so excited to get this into your hands and into your ears as we talk through this actually plan well so today's topic is pornography inaugur. Affi as a parent it is often overwhelming to think about how much the world has changed since we were children and all the things our children were face that the we didn't have to didn't even know existed when we were younger. The truth of the matter is that our children are a target if an advertiser can hook them when they're young then they will have a a customer for life this is true for all products from phones and computer APPs to pornography in the food industry. Some industries sell products and services that are morally ethically. Weekly neutral others are predators preying on our kids naivete and their unquenchable curiosity pornography is a powerful force that has entered nearly every life life and home in some form or fashion. There's no place for it. In Biblical sexual ethic it steals it distorts it harms relationships and destroys families families. It rewires the brain mark seven twenty twenty two twenty three reminds us of the person we're dealing with both in ourselves and in our children and then he added it is what comes from inside the follows you for from within out of a person's heart come evil thoughts not sexual immorality theft murder adultery greed wickedness to seat lustful desires envy slander.

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"family" Discussed on Family Health

Family Health

03:14 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"family" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

"Recurring segments in American family physician is the curbside consultation, and this curbside consultation is entitled effective advocacy for patients and communities. The commentary here is from Dr hack and styles from Madison Wisconsin, we as family doctors understand that advocacy is a core component of medical professionalism. We haven't evidence-based background and our training teaches us about a deep understanding that the health of an individual is tied to the health of families and communities. So this curbside consultation offers a framework based on advocacy at four levels of healthcare interpersonal, organizational, health, system and policy advocacy on an interpersonal level starts with listening carefully to hear patients concerns to work for patients, health and social needs family physicians can recognize. Implicit bias teach others and demonstrate understanding of people from all backgrounds. Organizational advocacy involves serving as a leader to help places of employment education professional membership or worship embrace emission of community service to invest in and strengthen local communities S, family physicians. We know many, social and economic factors influence the health of our patients by advocating beyond individual organizational affiliations, we can help create conditions for collective action. This is the health system level of advocacy. We can promote systems that address social determinants of health, affordable and high-quality childcare, healthy foods public education housing and safe recreation, the fourth level of advocacy is on a policy level, we family physicians can express our support for health promoting policies through communications with political leaders in the public. We are credible champions for policies that support robust healthcare systems financing mechanisms and public health infrastructure. We can train the next generation of advocates an influence public opinion through commute. Outreach writing public speaking an editorial 's if you'd like to build your advocacy skills. Check out the American Academy of family physicians and society of teachers of family medicine resources to gain advocacy, experience on a national level..

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