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How Virgie Tovar Is Leading a Fat Revolution

Latina to Latina

05:10 min | 3 months ago

How Virgie Tovar Is Leading a Fat Revolution

"Virgin. Thank you for waking early. Do this leisure burji tell me about being four years old and the first thing you would do when you come home. I was a little fat kid. I was a chubby kid in chubby family and my favorite thing to do every day. When i got home from running errands with my grandma was jiggle. I would push open the front door and i would run to the bathroom and i would take all my clothes and then i would run how to the kitchen or my grandmother pretty much lives and i would like spread out my arms and legs and i would jiggle and she would just laugh and laugh and i just it really sort of is as vivid memory because i had forgotten about that beautiful jiggling feeling in adult head. But like i had this recollection a few years ago that like oh my goodness. I used to love that sensation of fat moving. Like i love. Ital- my arm fat like moved on my tummy. Fat moves in my size fat moved and it felt like magic. I remember thinking it felt lake the water in the bathtub or like the water at the pool. It was like so pleasurable to feel that sensation of my body moving and it's such a high contrast to how were taught to think of that sensation adult head. You know i do. I mean and i have a four year old daughter and she loves to do multiple outfit changes a day. She is super into her body and it breaks me knowing that at some point that could change. When did it change for you. It changed for me around the same time that it changes for most children in the united states. Which is the age of five so most children learn about something called fat phobia when they're about five years. Old and fat phobia is essentially a form of bigotry. It's an idea that says a an entire group of people who comprise about seventy percent of the. Us population are inferior. Because they're higher weight and that of your body extends to like and fury were romantically inferior where intellectually inferior where incapable of completing tasks. There's a lot of evidence that shows that people have really negative attitudes about higher weight people. And i started learning about that and becoming a target of that phobia at the five. We're kids learning that. At five it seems to coincide pretty strongly with introduction to formal education. Five is also the age children typically go to kindergarten. They're in an environment where there's children of all ages i think for some people. They're learning it at home and their parents. I've talked to a lot of people who whose parents put them on a diet at a very young age often at the recommendation of their pediatrician. And i think obviously we live in a culture where the message that being big as a bad thing is omnipresent rate like ended subtle in some ways right like you think about who's always the hero who's always the villain who is the person who falls in love and who's the friend who's always pining. Who's the person you're supposed to relate to in a movie. And who's the person you're supposed to sort of make fun of or or not relate your feel embarrassed for in media. There's this phrase that. I often use a my work. Not and i'm not the only one but it's diet culture or weight loss culture and that we really use the word culture. Because it's inescapable it's like everywhere right. You see it on the street. You see it on your screen you see it in your intimate life. It's kind of unavoidable. Last night. i was reading the book. I was eating pita chips. And i looked at the bag. And it's a bad guy by all the time and it said reduced guilt. But i don't have any guilt about this like this. Why are you trying now. Now he'll guilty like it's reduced from what i guess it would have been but lake. I did not realize the extent to which the word diet had gone out of vogue and had been replaced by some more subtle but equally nefarious constructs. Absolutely i think diet culture like any toxic system is really good at adapting the point of diet culture again any toxic system. Our culture is to maintain itself by any means. Necessary especially as body. Positivity has become really trendy. You're gonna see more and more. That word diet is going to be going away. In fact diets are going to be saying. We're not a dime. I literally got an ad the other day that was for an ad diet app and it was like. This isn't a diet this something else. It's not as i mean literally. That's like unlike girl your diet of a diet that's you. I don't know what you're talking about.

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"feel lake" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

08:08 min | 9 months ago

"feel lake" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"None of the Dow which needs to be captured throughout when you're designing. Now, I also spoke about like how these voice assistance are limited to. Happy. Use Case is solo voice assistance will officially if you are you know on American with perfect English. But if you know the moment you start having some sort of accident, you know they not as much our diamond, not even the ignites if you how strong accident. So that's another problem. So of course, this dude that challenge they've been handed down from uh specific segment, not the other. Thing especially in the autonomous eighty taints they if you on an automated states is not of background nice but you cannot control. So in those kinds of scenarios, of course, in all the assistance failed ignites, but the users said. So some of the automotive companies they would say instrument the use of Leixoes the window like make sure that business background noise. But then those are not the solutions to simplify the experience of making us Seinfield behalf not of. Their time beyond making improvements everyday. But I still feel like there's more data which is required make expedience use of the US, and that is where you know we spoke about takes and how Imboden is because as we start collecting on all these data than we are getting in, do the tribal seeded as trying to be on those kinds of face? Yeah. You know that's great. I enjoyed that panel so much on the panel we also discussed humanizing privacy Can. You share with our listeners, what this means and Wyatt? So important yeah. Glad you asked him that question also writing a book about this topic, which will come in twenty twenty, one call humanizing privacy so like I mentioned. It takes his on about principle integrity fairness and responsibility dry, and then you know into would be as will. But if you look at these assistance, the biggest challenges you know are great. But then the moment that comes to do is not of issues. For example, you know like it has been so many news at Alex saw Google has been regard late listening to other things. Other reasons they were not supposed to not for pressing for the other reason. So they will those kind of leaks which has happened and even if. You know like when you first buy your device on renewables `integrated. Donate, adopt your device. You would have Johnson conditions and everything in place but then who reads the domes and conditions to know Lakewood did I actually, what do you are starting on what they are using to fulfill specifically quiz no-one really does and that is where the biggest thing is although the companies are trying to cover legally they are covering in a way which is not used as human center and I believe in Ruin ising rival. See because I feel like privacy is the stepping stone towards trust if used those feel lake, this company has the right kind of takes the ad being responsible being the being honest. The Indy Vega behalf dignity than of course, in all people will want to use it in how we do that. So I believe that it's not just the responsibility of legal or you know alike general counsel to design some Johnson conditions concerns on these the. But I believe that business something where you know that it has to be more things we need to be humanizing the entire thing privacy as fake. I believe that are six principles between US human center design process, which is lake empathy, ease, transparency, relationship confidence, and delight. So all these different suppliers which we use in humans designed bosses, we can learn from those. So we can involve the users right from the beginning in this process like know when the writing the conditions are thinking about unseens. Again, you're thinking about privacy engendered our that in general stacked with empathy empathize with the user like if you were in the US those shoe. But who do you think about does is thanks again, but they won't messaging. We are trying to give the user task to be you know at ease the user, they should be later understanding. By base, it has to be transferred. See you donate what they will be saying has to be transparent for the user to understand no needs to conditions. So I believe Lake on these expensive abridging human centered design approach weekend, humanized privacy because he'll be are trying to bring us in the French rather than thinking about using the conditions the any news with concert I feel like this responsibility the company has every industry who's collecting data about the user of every industry who's using adaptation Belgians you know hazards ability to make it more humane centre. Yeah. That's really interesting especially in the context of voice applications because you know when we think about applications, we don't. Always think about the different ways in which we interact with them and you know what the web application, the mobile application you can probably re as you were talking about terms of service in terms and conditions you can read them. But when you're an acting with the voice assistant, especially one that you may not necessarily have installed yourself. You know you think about like you know walk going into somebody else's house or somebody else's car or somebody else's wherever office and they're using a voice assistant you may not have agreed to those terms quite walking into that space. So maybe you can help us a little bit because you know you've been focused very much on voice applications in places. Like vehicles, right. So can you share with our listeners some of the unique challenges faced when dealing with an adding voice applications two vehicles. So there are a lot of challenges I would say the fullest most stunning to the accent a night you know because most of the weekends are not as much connected a nowadays, you almost the counties are trying to push the weekends but then because you don't have enough inflammation on enough folk buzzes. So you know be back on impudent kind of experiences. Now, the biggest challenges when be haven't invalid experience in the car is what they will has been designed begin. So it's really hard to a big game unleashing autism over the. But he ending the Regan's can do it than the other thing is it becomes very difficult especially because a stick night in the now a specific user ended account. So it's not going to understand like you now caffeine join knowledge on it estimable things. So we unhappy no being dependent on experiences at being added in the week. Now, the next big thing what happens is when you talk about challenges, lot of Cunanan even if you have for example, you have. Duty. So because the week is not object keeps moving this lot of Baghran noise. First of all, the second thing is when the recall is moving media with is no connected with the at all. So we need to be thinking of those kinds of situations insulin despite the connection when base no connection at all are you know something else happened? The week has no connection at all with any cut by you know interfaces or anything vaccines. Seinfield. These early broadened hangs minute comes through Reagan. And these are the critical runs in the challenges which industry as. Yeah, that's really interesting. You know because the car the vehicles are edge devices. So you're right they can go into areas where maybe the connection is fatty or nonexistent background noise. Of course think we joked on the panel about how you'd like people to kind of live in a bubble it's super quiet has no background noise. You can test the boys You know have a perfect accent, but that's not the real world, and so you have to.

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"feel lake" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:46 min | 9 months ago

"feel lake" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. . I'm your host, , Kathleen Mulch and I'm your host Ronald smells our our guest. . Today is Shammala Pro Yoga who is the autonomous digital assistant vision lead at Ford High Shinola. . Thank you so much for joining us today on today. . Thank you so much. . It's my pleasure. . Yes. . Welcome Chamois, , and thanks for joining us. . We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Ford. . So. . Yeah. . I'M GONNA and I'm the frontal known job. . You know your aren't complete. . So basically, , I lead the wishing funded autonomous official assistance the now Newton values cases in what technologies do we need, , what kind of experience we need to design, , and then bringing it onto the order to find the expedience exempted. . So I've been with old saw announced deals. . Now on food I will voice box technologies, , which is now at all students. . On, , board with Amazon and that is weird. . Mijo. . Needed <unk> on I will with little up signs once size companies as well. . So I've been in the expedience design roller far on mostly two decades now today's about me. . Yeah. . Well, , that's great. . Well, , you know we do spend a lot of time talking about all these different applications of AI. . We call the seven patterns of Ai and we were really excited to have you present. . And participate in a panel at our data for a conference which was held live September fourteenth through eighteen, , twenty, , twenty virtually of course, , because everything is virtual but we had you WANNA panel and it was fantastic new shed some really great insights about a especially as it relates to voice assistance and voice and autonomous systems for data, , and for those who are listening if you weren't able to attend the event have no worries because. . You can still go on and you can access all the content at Data Ai C., O. , N. F. DOT COM including chamois panel. . So maybe as a preview to encourage those to listen to the whole panel. . Chamois, why , don't you tell us a little bit about your insights that you have gleaned about using I and the data challenges and some of the other challenges especially in the context of Autonomous Invoice assistance? ? Yeah. . So so basically Voice as. . You donate anyone using voices June board noticed agile. . The superficial level of poison system is really good. You . know when you ask the the assistant to do something, , it would answer right. . But Dan if you look, , there's lot of technologies <unk> a lot of different kinds of things going in the background, , which kind of makes the assistant waters doing fudd exam. . You said play music, , <unk> veteran recognizing usage music, , and understanding the Indian that you meant you want to listen to music who processing eight and then playing the music for you, , and then you know natives funding backfield wrist on of these things, , <unk> acknowledges, , and of course, , throughout this fish <unk> cutting your wise to understand. . It to renege does not of data required to understand the national <unk>, , and then of course, , you not buying your accounting guide. . So there's none of the Dow which needs to be captured throughout when you're designing. . Now, , I also spoke about like how these voice assistance are limited to. . Happy. . Use Case is solo voice assistance will officially if you are you know on American with perfect English. . But if you know the moment you start having some sort of accident, , you know they not as much <unk> our diamond, , not even the ignites if you how strong accident. . So that's another problem. . So of course, , this dude that challenge they've been handed down from uh specific segment, , not the other. . Thing especially in the autonomous eighty <unk> taints they if you on an automated states is not of background nice but you cannot control. . So in those kinds of scenarios, of , course, , in all the assistance failed ignites, , but the users said. . So some of the automotive companies they would say instrument the use of Leixoes the window like make sure that business background noise. . But then those are not the solutions to simplify the experience of making us Seinfield <unk> behalf not of. . Their time beyond making improvements everyday. . But I still feel like there's more data which is required make <unk> expedience use of the US, , and that is where you know we spoke about takes and how Imboden <unk> is because as we start collecting on all these data than we are getting in, , do the tribal seeded as trying to be on those kinds of face? ? Yeah. . You know that's great. I . enjoyed that panel so much on the panel we also discussed humanizing privacy Can. . You share with our listeners, , what this means and Wyatt? ? So important yeah. . Glad you asked him that question also writing a book about this topic, , which will come in twenty twenty, one , call humanizing privacy so like I mentioned. . It takes his on about principle integrity fairness and responsibility dry, , and then you know into would be as will. . But if you look at these assistance, , the biggest challenges you know are great. . But then the moment that comes to do is not of issues. For . example, you , know like it has been so many news at Alex saw Google has been regard late listening to other things. . Other reasons they were not supposed to not for pressing for the other reason. . So they will those kind of leaks which has happened and even if. . You know like when you first buy your device on renewables `integrated. . Donate, , adopt your device. . You would have Johnson conditions and everything in place but then who reads the domes and conditions to know Lakewood did I actually, , what do you are starting on what they are using to fulfill specifically quiz no-one really does and that is where the biggest thing is although the companies are trying to cover legally they are covering in a way which is not used as human center and I believe in Ruin ising rival. . See because I feel like privacy is the stepping stone towards trust if used those feel lake, , this company has the right kind of takes the ad being responsible being the being honest. . The Indy Vega behalf dignity than of course, , in all people will want to use it in how we do that. . So I believe that it's not just the responsibility of legal or you know alike general counsel to design some Johnson conditions concerns on these <unk> the. . But I believe that business something where you know that it has to be more things we need to be humanizing the entire thing <unk> privacy as fake. .

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Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:46 min | 9 months ago

Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host, Kathleen Mulch and I'm your host Ronald smells our our guest. Today is Shammala Pro Yoga who is the autonomous digital assistant vision lead at Ford High Shinola. Thank you so much for joining us today on today. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure. Yes. Welcome Chamois, and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Ford. So. Yeah. I'M GONNA and I'm the frontal known job. You know your aren't complete. So basically, I lead the wishing funded autonomous official assistance the now Newton values cases in what technologies do we need, what kind of experience we need to design, and then bringing it onto the order to find the expedience exempted. So I've been with old saw announced deals. Now on food I will voice box technologies, which is now at all students. On, board with Amazon and that is weird. Mijo. Needed on I will with little up signs once size companies as well. So I've been in the expedience design roller far on mostly two decades now today's about me. Yeah. Well, that's great. Well, you know we do spend a lot of time talking about all these different applications of AI. We call the seven patterns of Ai and we were really excited to have you present. And participate in a panel at our data for a conference which was held live September fourteenth through eighteen, twenty, twenty virtually of course, because everything is virtual but we had you WANNA panel and it was fantastic new shed some really great insights about a especially as it relates to voice assistance and voice and autonomous systems for data, and for those who are listening if you weren't able to attend the event have no worries because. You can still go on and you can access all the content at Data Ai C., O. N. F. DOT COM including chamois panel. So maybe as a preview to encourage those to listen to the whole panel. Chamois, why don't you tell us a little bit about your insights that you have gleaned about using I and the data challenges and some of the other challenges especially in the context of Autonomous Invoice assistance? Yeah. So so basically Voice as. You donate anyone using voices June board noticed agile. The superficial level of poison system is really good. You know when you ask the the assistant to do something, it would answer right. But Dan if you look, there's lot of technologies a lot of different kinds of things going in the background, which kind of makes the assistant waters doing fudd exam. You said play music, veteran recognizing usage music, and understanding the Indian that you meant you want to listen to music who processing eight and then playing the music for you, and then you know natives funding backfield wrist on of these things, acknowledges, and of course, throughout this fish cutting your wise to understand. It to renege does not of data required to understand the national and then of course, you not buying your accounting guide. So there's none of the Dow which needs to be captured throughout when you're designing. Now, I also spoke about like how these voice assistance are limited to. Happy. Use Case is solo voice assistance will officially if you are you know on American with perfect English. But if you know the moment you start having some sort of accident, you know they not as much our diamond, not even the ignites if you how strong accident. So that's another problem. So of course, this dude that challenge they've been handed down from uh specific segment, not the other. Thing especially in the autonomous eighty taints they if you on an automated states is not of background nice but you cannot control. So in those kinds of scenarios, of course, in all the assistance failed ignites, but the users said. So some of the automotive companies they would say instrument the use of Leixoes the window like make sure that business background noise. But then those are not the solutions to simplify the experience of making us Seinfield behalf not of. Their time beyond making improvements everyday. But I still feel like there's more data which is required make expedience use of the US, and that is where you know we spoke about takes and how Imboden is because as we start collecting on all these data than we are getting in, do the tribal seeded as trying to be on those kinds of face? Yeah. You know that's great. I enjoyed that panel so much on the panel we also discussed humanizing privacy Can. You share with our listeners, what this means and Wyatt? So important yeah. Glad you asked him that question also writing a book about this topic, which will come in twenty twenty, one call humanizing privacy so like I mentioned. It takes his on about principle integrity fairness and responsibility dry, and then you know into would be as will. But if you look at these assistance, the biggest challenges you know are great. But then the moment that comes to do is not of issues. For example, you know like it has been so many news at Alex saw Google has been regard late listening to other things. Other reasons they were not supposed to not for pressing for the other reason. So they will those kind of leaks which has happened and even if. You know like when you first buy your device on renewables `integrated. Donate, adopt your device. You would have Johnson conditions and everything in place but then who reads the domes and conditions to know Lakewood did I actually, what do you are starting on what they are using to fulfill specifically quiz no-one really does and that is where the biggest thing is although the companies are trying to cover legally they are covering in a way which is not used as human center and I believe in Ruin ising rival. See because I feel like privacy is the stepping stone towards trust if used those feel lake, this company has the right kind of takes the ad being responsible being the being honest. The Indy Vega behalf dignity than of course, in all people will want to use it in how we do that. So I believe that it's not just the responsibility of legal or you know alike general counsel to design some Johnson conditions concerns on these the. But I believe that business something where you know that it has to be more things we need to be humanizing the entire thing privacy as fake.

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Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:46 min | 9 months ago

Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host, Kathleen Mulch and I'm your host Ronald smells our our guest. Today is Shammala Pro Yoga who is the autonomous digital assistant vision lead at Ford High Shinola. Thank you so much for joining us today on today. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure. Yes. Welcome Chamois, and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Ford. So. Yeah. I'M GONNA and I'm the frontal known job. You know your aren't complete. So basically, I lead the wishing funded autonomous official assistance the now Newton values cases in what technologies do we need, what kind of experience we need to design, and then bringing it onto the order to find the expedience exempted. So I've been with old saw announced deals. Now on food I will voice box technologies, which is now at all students. On, board with Amazon and that is weird. Mijo. Needed on I will with little up signs once size companies as well. So I've been in the expedience design roller far on mostly two decades now today's about me. Yeah. Well, that's great. Well, you know we do spend a lot of time talking about all these different applications of AI. We call the seven patterns of Ai and we were really excited to have you present. And participate in a panel at our data for a conference which was held live September fourteenth through eighteen, twenty, twenty virtually of course, because everything is virtual but we had you WANNA panel and it was fantastic new shed some really great insights about a especially as it relates to voice assistance and voice and autonomous systems for data, and for those who are listening if you weren't able to attend the event have no worries because. You can still go on and you can access all the content at Data Ai C., O. N. F. DOT COM including chamois panel. So maybe as a preview to encourage those to listen to the whole panel. Chamois, why don't you tell us a little bit about your insights that you have gleaned about using I and the data challenges and some of the other challenges especially in the context of Autonomous Invoice assistance? Yeah. So so basically Voice as. You donate anyone using voices June board noticed agile. The superficial level of poison system is really good. You know when you ask the the assistant to do something, it would answer right. But Dan if you look, there's lot of technologies a lot of different kinds of things going in the background, which kind of makes the assistant waters doing fudd exam. You said play music, veteran recognizing usage music, and understanding the Indian that you meant you want to listen to music who processing eight and then playing the music for you, and then you know natives funding backfield wrist on of these things, acknowledges, and of course, throughout this fish cutting your wise to understand. It to renege does not of data required to understand the national and then of course, you not buying your accounting guide. So there's none of the Dow which needs to be captured throughout when you're designing. Now, I also spoke about like how these voice assistance are limited to. Happy. Use Case is solo voice assistance will officially if you are you know on American with perfect English. But if you know the moment you start having some sort of accident, you know they not as much our diamond, not even the ignites if you how strong accident. So that's another problem. So of course, this dude that challenge they've been handed down from uh specific segment, not the other. Thing especially in the autonomous eighty taints they if you on an automated states is not of background nice but you cannot control. So in those kinds of scenarios, of course, in all the assistance failed ignites, but the users said. So some of the automotive companies they would say instrument the use of Leixoes the window like make sure that business background noise. But then those are not the solutions to simplify the experience of making us Seinfield behalf not of. Their time beyond making improvements everyday. But I still feel like there's more data which is required make expedience use of the US, and that is where you know we spoke about takes and how Imboden is because as we start collecting on all these data than we are getting in, do the tribal seeded as trying to be on those kinds of face? Yeah. You know that's great. I enjoyed that panel so much on the panel we also discussed humanizing privacy Can. You share with our listeners, what this means and Wyatt? So important yeah. Glad you asked him that question also writing a book about this topic, which will come in twenty twenty, one call humanizing privacy so like I mentioned. It takes his on about principle integrity fairness and responsibility dry, and then you know into would be as will. But if you look at these assistance, the biggest challenges you know are great. But then the moment that comes to do is not of issues. For example, you know like it has been so many news at Alex saw Google has been regard late listening to other things. Other reasons they were not supposed to not for pressing for the other reason. So they will those kind of leaks which has happened and even if. You know like when you first buy your device on renewables `integrated. Donate, adopt your device. You would have Johnson conditions and everything in place but then who reads the domes and conditions to know Lakewood did I actually, what do you are starting on what they are using to fulfill specifically quiz no-one really does and that is where the biggest thing is although the companies are trying to cover legally they are covering in a way which is not used as human center and I believe in Ruin ising rival. See because I feel like privacy is the stepping stone towards trust if used those feel lake, this company has the right kind of takes the ad being responsible being the being honest. The Indy Vega behalf dignity than of course, in all people will want to use it in how we do that. So I believe that it's not just the responsibility of legal or you know alike general counsel to design some Johnson conditions concerns on these the. But I believe that business something where you know that it has to be more things we need to be humanizing the entire thing privacy as fake.

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Postpartum in a Pandemic

Bodies

06:25 min | 1 year ago

Postpartum in a Pandemic

"So I want to start with your pregnancy I'm wondering given your knowledge and your profession as a Dula when you're pregnant with soula. What were some of the things that you're doing to advocate for yourself and prepare for the postpartum time. I think that I was concerned about possibly getting postpartum depression just because I do have a history of depression and I had to get off of my antidepressant when I was pregnant. Because it wasn't safe for the baby and I was just looking for whatever type of body type therapy alternatives that I could find so acupuncture was really helpful for that and then I also Was in therapy with two different therapists by felt like I worked really hard and my pregnancy to ensure that I had the mental health support that I felt like I needed And Not a part of that was going on a second part of that. Was Me heavily planning the postpartum time in order to prevent not that you can prevent postpartum depression but in my brain in order to prevent it from happening? I'm heavy planner and I'm like if I plan everything and organize everything and get support that I need and I'm not like isolated by myself in those early weeks than you know things are GonNa go better and so Yeah I was and so am very concerned about mental health in this postpartum time. And what else did you know about postpartum mood and anxiety disorders going in? I feel like people a little bit like no about postpartum depression but I feel like the broader public doesn't necessarily have all the knowledge about the different ways that that can look. Well I think one thing too is definitely left out of the discussion is postpartum anxiety. I everybody instantly goes for depression. But a lot of people have postpartum anxiety and it presents and like so many different ways that there's not even like one like by the rule book they can look because everybody's anxiety shows up differently and I feel like postpartum anxiety is harder to pinpoint because as a new parent. You're already so anxious. A lot of the things that it says like the book say about postpartum anxiety about like watching the baby when the Baby Sleeps. And like you think the telling bad. It's going to happen to the baby and all that like that's just being a new parent in general so it's really hard to lockdown when that becomes more excessive so feeling that goes under diagnosed and Under reported a lot and a lot of people don't get support around because people don't know what's normal and what's not so. I felt lake as much information as I knew about postpartum depression. I was not prepared for postpartum anxiety as much as I should have been and I feel like that has been what has like cut more into play then. The depression Yeah so and I know you had your own Dula. Ns what were some of the things that Dula was helping you do My postpartum duly came to my baby shower and basically pasta out a notebook to everybody so that they could sign up for jobs for postpartum and at first. I didn't WanNa do it because I just felt like. I didn't WanNa like ask my friends that bluntly to be like hey can you? Guys take my trout and dishes but Actually had several friends after the baby shower. That were like that was so cool that year. Postpartum Dula did that. And they're like I always wanNA like support friends. That have a baby but I never know what to do. I also like this idea of asking people to show up in this time because this is not meant to be done alone and even for people who are single and are people who choose to be single parents or whatever like it's you're never supposed to like parent alone. They're supposed to be a community aspect to all of this. Yeah definitely definitely and so you know you come home from the hospital. It's an February beginning of March. Were still a couple of weeks away from the CDC announcing that there's a pandemic and so what was that first week at home like the first week was like everything that I have planned with my Dulas. It was Me being fed and people bringing me drinks and you know. Stang over to help with the baby and my postpartum do alike. Massaging my body. Because I was so swollen from the birth and it felt amazing that basically like I pulled off Lake. It actually worked. They actually showed up and I'm really grateful for that. Everybody was kind of like on a schedule of like who could do what when and who do overnight and stuff and it was really nice for like a week and a half to have that and to have them coming over in helping me get a break and Just like Lebanon us and everything and then this corona Situation hit and yet kind of all went out the window. She felt prepared to be a single mom. But not like this after about a week of being homeless soula. The governor of New York City put a stay at home order in place and all the people that were supposed to show up. Couldn't come anymore. We're stuck in isolation and that's not something. I would really wish on anybody that was in the immediate stages of postpartum or really just in parenthood in general It sucks. I don't even know how to describe it because it's like the exact opposite of what is needed during this time So many people were ready and willing to show up. It is nice that we have that support system and that when this is over we will still have that to rely on people. Were jumping on soon. Calls like nonstop and like doing like zoom hang outs and all these like zoom events. And I'm just like where was this energy before when you know we were all so busy with our lives constantly and so I like do like that. We've been told to slow down and like forced to talk to each other. I do hope that after this whole thing is over or whatever life looks like when it's over. I hope that like people continue to show up with the same energy and like really show up for each other

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"feel lake" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

Earn Your Happy

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

"It's time for another quickey because there's always time to fit in inspiration and some of US seemed to have more time right now. Others may be stuck at home with family and they may be feeling like they have less time. So shout out to all of you wherever you are at today. I want to chat with you about the most important thing that we can possibly be paying attention to right now and that is once again. I'll be bringing this to just about every week. That is your mindset and what your plan is around when you start to Feel Lake. You are not in control of your thoughts because there's not a whole lot that we feel. We might have control over as far as where we can go or what we can do. Even though I firmly believe this is a beautiful time to be able to do all of the things that we've been wanting to do at home or in our yard or around our house but we certainly have full control over our mindset and I want to kind of create a fun thing for you guys today. Maybe you could go get poster board. Maybe you could do this on a sheet of paper. Maybe you don't even need a sheet of paper. Maybe you could do this in the notes on your phone. I want to create with you some if this then that so. I don't know if you guys have ever heard of those where there's some different options of You know if this happens then we do this. A lot of times companies will use. This families will use this. This is a strategy for just knowing. It's an easy way to just know what you're going to do if this happens then you do this right so having a couple of different options for that so I thought that we could chat about that and it really realize and look at where our minds. It has been coming from what we've been thinking a lot of us might be defaulting back into maybe the mindset that we were raised with. Maybe you're kind of hearing all these different voices in your head that might sound like your parents that might sound like CNN that might sound like NBC. Maybe it's a lot of fear. Maybe it's a lot of Just being really focused on What's going to happen in the future? And while those things are important it doesn't need to consume your full day at all. I'm telling you the news is on loop anyway you are going to hear the same thing in ten minutes that you would hear all day long. It's just being set an a different way. Or It's looping around said Bhai different people or indifferent stories so turn on for ten minutes learn and then you can go and switch over into something that you want so if this then that if I find myself feeling depressed and starting to focus on the negative and go down the spiral of instagram. I'm going to immediately jump up out of my chair. Put my phone down and make a plan to go. Exercise is except I need you to make the exact plan and if you're not going to exercise if this once you try that right if you try that and it doesn't work then I'm going to go and just start cleaning my kitchen because cleaning my kitchen is still a better option then scrolling on my phone and starting to feel terrible so I want you guys to create a little chart. You can do it with your family. If you've been stuck in a cycle of something that you don't want right if this then that if I start to fight with my husband and notice that I'm picking the fight or he is picking on me. I'm going to do what? What are you guys GonNa do? Make a plan. Because if you don't want the same day that you had yesterday you need to know what you're going to do if it comes up again. I think this could be really fun to do with kids. If this then that if I start to feel bored if I start to feel depressed. I'm going to do this if that doesn't work. Then am I going to do so? I know that might sound so basic. But I'm telling you create a little chart point at it. Remember it if this that that is how you're going to change your mindset so for me I start feeling so tired right now around three o'clock or three thirty so the first thing that I do because it's really tough for me to be like. Oh I'm tired or bored okay. Let's jump to the hardest thing. Let's go start writing part of a new book. Let's go start taking an e course. No that's not going to work for me because I'm tired. I don't have energy so I'm GonNa do the lowest hanging fruit the lowest common or the lowest thing that I can do that requires the least amount of energy but gets me moving. So I'm like okay. Can you go clean up the kitchen and put a little bit of music on because that's going to start moving my body and like yes but I definitely can't go sit and start writing a book or do something really challenging to my brain right now? So I'll go and do that or maybe I had go and take a walk on there and maybe I'll take another short walk just to start getting my body going then from there. I can say what could I do next? That's going to make me feel better. Do I feel like sitting yet or do I need to do more physical things and once I do that and I start feeling awake then I make another choice? What do I want to do from here? So you guys you see how. It's not just like it. It can kind of be like if you start feeling bored you START FEELING TIRED. And you're like Oh. I should really be doing this. We can start making ourselves feel worse thinking that we should be doing a million different things when really you could be doing the next easiest thing that makes you feel a little bit better than where you were if this then that. If I'm bored how would I just turn on this one song and have a little dance party around the house album? I call a friend or do as zoom call or something like that. I am finding that the truth for me is every time I talk with somebody over zoom or on the phone I have way more energies. That might be huge for you to connect with people not just tax not just an email but to actually facetime someone or zoom with someone and you'll notice that you have a lot more energy because people denied us. If it's somebody who's Oh let me just Prophets that that. It is needs to be with somebody. Who's a little more positive Maybe someone who is also not sitting in watching the news or feeling terrible. So with that sad. I hope that this helps. I hope it gives you a little road map or something fun to do with your family. Just come up with four If this then that and see if you guys can all remind each other. Hey remember when you made that little if this then that lets us that right now. Let's try it because I noticed that you're getting in a slump. I notice that you're bored. I noticed that we're going down that spiral again and we WANNA make sure that we have a different day than we did yesterday. So I'm sending you so much love as usual. I love to see if this helps at all. Make sure that you take me and in instagram. In your stories so that I can see you so that I can say. Hi because I definitely want to know if this is reaching you and you guys always tell me what you're looking for right now. Like what type of information would help you right now? What would it help for to talk to you about in order to help you lift your spirits because this can be a beautiful time in history this can be beautiful reset? This can really give us the time to sit and think about what we actually want in our lives so just notice. If there's a default response is happening it's okay. Forgive yourself but then say what do I want right now? What could make me feel better in? Twos that all right guys until next time. Burn your happy by everyone. Thank you so much for spending this time with me on the earn. Your happy podcast. I am so glad that you stopped by. If you could take one second to share this episode with someone you think would love it. That would be absolutely amazing and we would be forever. Grateful also. Please leave US review. If you feel so moved by going to I tunes and leaving US. An honest thought and honest comment. Tell us what you think. Tell us what you want to hear. More of it would really us out on our journey to helping thousands and thousands of people until then. Don't forget to earn your happy. Thanksgiving guys bye.

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"feel lake" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

The Lavendaire Lifestyle

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"feel lake" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

"It's higher learning and it is has the undertone tone of Sagittarius. So when you do sagittarian things. That's the full picture. So when you're sharing books and sharing people in introducing higher learning subjects in you're constantly learning that's very very much natalie arena of your north node. So it's the white is the sign the north node and the where in the house Interesting for example Ryan is tourists North note I have to do everything. Taurean slowdown provide for myself. Do Do beauty in nature. It's in the ninth house so I need to be traveling far away places. I have to make myself airplanes. So it's so helpful people to know both for you because I thought tourists like they like to stay at home and so if you're like conflicting a little bit yeah. I loved his language. Because there's so much to look at. It could be conflicting but if you look at the way I travel I have this motto. Travel like you're living so you'll find me going to an AIRBNB and making beautiful food travel like I live there like oh I love that. Yeah so I asked me wherever I am feel lake home. I don't run around sightseeing. I go to the local or I find organic food. I go to the local farmers market. I meet people like I have to feel like I'm partaking partaking. So I do I do slow travel. I really Nice Nice. Yes some people want to go. Go Go see like ten things in a day I could do that for a day with someone but then I'm like you go. I'M GONNA I call him working Planning is just wanders. Inlet Spirit take kicked her feet wherever they need to go. That's how I do. I have a question from one of our I think it's either facebook or Instagram from Jessica. She asked how can spouses navigate marriage bridge when they have opposite north notes. I think they learn from each other. You know I think that there's never anything bad and there's never anything that can say no to people people should be together or you can't do this. It's really the way I look at it as you're headed where they've been and they're headed where you've been so they can winona Known you help each other. You can guide each other and you can kinda with humor. Say Honey. You're being a little south Noti you know. Or Hey I when I started learning about this on like this can really help couples so much because with humor you can be you can. It's so easy to identify behavior. That's that that it causes friction in a relationship. It comes from the south node. So when my Scorpio's out known when I get to like psycho it's will psycho drama Marai start wanting to like a manipulator control. Even if it's four someone's highest good I say to myself Darah. Keep your eyes on your own plate. You're beautiful pottery. Torres played. Keep your nose out of their business. So mine happens in relationship. Everybody when they listen learn their south no behavior under it may take time they might get like Yeah doing that and get the cringe. So is so helpful when relationship and yet they've been if somebody ready has the north node where you're south note is it just means that you can share. They can excel in place that you're supposed to step away from very interesting. Yeah okay okay. So let's move on to talking about Astro geography and I think this is so fascinating are also learn about this recently. So what is it and will you would find. Interesting is your punks way like I am and all of this. We have so many similarities. But basically it's the astrology strategy a place eight as the function of the world so for example you may be living on Mars rising line and you may have a lot of Dr Athleticism awesome in. You can move your projects forward if you want more fame and reputation like in funkaway in your home. There is a place ace on the war on the map that correlates to it's your son mid heaven mind so there's places where you can access will you where you will be seen and have a wider audience audience. So there's ways for love Venus descending so the premises is that what planetary energies. Are you swimming in where you are. Because as you know people come to me. If they're having issues the first thing I want to look at is what's going on where they're living. I lived on Nederland for ten years and I'm an enterprising artist. The always doing something and I got nothing done and I had so many spiritual essence and I was having such a hard time and visited. California is twenty years ago and has it's like I feel pretty here. I feel creative handle happy here and I came home and I was like I felt Blah and then I said to an astrologer my astrologer at the time she said. Oh Yeah of course you feel good in California to Jupiter Line and I had it was a big battle to get here. But she said and when you get there thousands of people will want to hear what you have to say. It's Jupiter rising and win. You know it. That's exactly what happened so I was the same person and but in a different place. So what I've discovered from Astro. It's called Astro cartography traditionally Jim Lewis is the man who came out with the computer computer programs so that we can all access it and it's a trademark name so I call it astor geography. The basically developed a mini course so people could do it themselves. uh-huh because wouldn't it be amazing that every time you get invited to a wedding or you are dreaming of a place you can find out why it's usually what your soul needs so I don't want anyone to bear living on Pluto line. Your soul chose great transformation. Wherever you chose Saturn you need discipline and perseverance? And when it's time to move you can use those energies to help you. But somebody WANNA move or they can't or they can't travel or maybe their son may would have in line. Maybe it's an award torn place or somewhere that they're really not gonNA visit. The beauty of this is just the way we conclude our eyes and imagine. If we're we're in cold weather and we want to feel the sun we can close your eyes and remember what it was like to lie back on Hot San with the sun baking us the same thing. The the premise goes for astro geography. Is that if I want to access the Venus energy that I have in India I need to look at a sorry. Have the fabric. Averick eat some Indian food tracing music so you can call in energies that exist for us so the premises. Ideally if you're on a hardline go visit is it a place to imbibe yourself at that energy and bring it home but you can also connect with me most so for example you have unbelievable league big. I'm getting chills. The store repel Astra geography. Is that you have fame and reputation. You have a son mid heaven line and I would love to discuss us what this means that a future day but son his fame arguing mid heaven is notoriety and being written about and I think you had another everyone was like extraordinary and it's running through the east of China. Oh Interests Dat. Yeah Yeah so you would know that you would have great the audience. There were ready to release something it would be to be or a good place to channel and now in this day and age we get to connect with communities these agents people. INSTAGRAM IRS influencers anywhere. So it's really good even if you're not gonNA move to.

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"feel lake" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"On when it really on the France and one of his ways we know that's even faster than taking a drug is using cold water because it if you take take your face in yeast submerged in cold water not even necessarily ice water Barry Goldwater and get your temples and right underneath your eyes is on your forehead. What we know is that affects that nerve. I was mentioning and it brings down your emotional intensity very rapidly coach people to do that for twenty thirty seconds. They're facing that cold cold water amount for thirty seconds jude again and do that for Rita five minutes at least and see how you feel then if you're really emotionally on that very rich you're panicking. You're it's so painful on intense see what happens and that that can reset things or at least brings down in a very rapid way. It doesn't feel as good as drugs or at least as those drugs go initially but it can change things really rapidly in the same way that overeating self injury in thinking suicide can all actually help people's emotions down because creating an escape lit beside. It's getting some relief from that eight or suffering. So can you talk about that. One part a little a bit the one the one part you mentioned about thinking about suicide gives you relief. Can you tell me about that a little bit. What people don't know. Is that got suicide. Thinking about suicide is like taking a drug. It can be for some people thinking about suicide is a very scary thing for some people. It is something that they're bringing learns how to do as a way to escape away that it's healing because it's if I'm not here and there's it's no pain and people get some people anyway get calmer so extremely important to know because while it makes sense that your brain wants to get relief and that may they actually were ultimately you're training your brain towards suicide and it's not it's not a safe way to go right so but it's it makes sense that those thoughts actually bring relief because the the you know our brain sometimes like fantasy are bring can react a fantasy as reality and and we can create those emotions in our body as well so that makes a lot of sense and I never really thought of it that way but I think that's really insightful and just just helpful to be able to know that that's what makes those thoughts in some ways. I WanNa see normal. Normal is not the right word but make sense they make sense yes but yeah. I find that this is helpful not only for people who are going through it but also for their family members and friends who really don't understand stand it so they can understand no business what's happening. There's this real events that makes sense that we've identified and then even for healthcare providers suze. You don't get it right. There's also another way to think about it too. Is that some of us. We were just born. Being more attuned or sensitive to our environment or we are just weren't having stronger longer lasting emotions its way we're wired or biology or we live in environments that that maybe wasn't safe and where that developed over time or maybe it's a combination for those of us who live that way. We're our motion. State is naturally higher. Were just operating walking through the day. More emotionally aroused compared to other people whose common motion optional baseline is is much lower but you can't tell from the outside and you if you're someone who's at higher person. You don't know that you're higher than the lower person. Lower person doesn't know your higher and when people are just more emotionally arousing in when something painful hits emotions go up. If you're that higher person in your motions glummer quickly they stay there for longer. They take longer to calm down but if anyone had their motions that high they would be struggling so that I got the lower emotional baseline in something painful happens or not that high already. They don't understand why the other person is so upset or struggling so much but if they were in that state they would understand yeah. I think that's such an important point to make that people feel their emotions differently. Not everybody really feel their emotions the same way and yes some people just they feel their emotions in an intense way more than other people and then it's harder to cope and it's harder to bring back down down and that's a struggle and we have to appreciate that and let and give people like you said you know. I think some of these skills should be learned in kindergarten. You know mindful says breathe in emotion regulation so that yeah anybody has these intense emotions can learn to regulate faster and easier and and how success awesome and actually use them to thrive yeah exactly. I look forward to that day when we are. We understand that emotions make sense in that. It makes sense that some some people have the more intensely and that's not because there's something wrong with them but that's because that's how they're wired in. They need special strategies to harness that so that they can take the good part of it and use those emotions to create a better world or had alleged that they weren't or emotions make amazing things happen when you Arnesen. I mean we can have a different world. There's if we supported people who were this way. It would be really amazing. Yeah I totally agree what what about you had mentioned earlier when we were talking about how other people can just listen to someone who's struggling but for people out there that aren't struggling with this but they maybe they have a friend or a family member or a son or daughter who is struggling with suicidal idealization or thoughts of suicide. What do you want to tell them. I think a couple things wine. Suicidal thoughts are not uncommon and adolescence. Adolescence is a time when this is a very common experience in standard treatment getting any kind of medical advice here but is oftentimes sometimes to send people to the emergency room the hostile on but that's shifting because what we found is that oftentimes you sent to the emergency room they don't get in or they go to inpatient unit and they don't necessarily have a useful experience. There's not there's not evidence to say that inpatient stays are helpful they they are in some cases if somebody is a stretch with reality but in an ideal world. I think the direction we're going as people will be managed by their primary care doctor and with the support of their family with their own skills to manage experience so for the family member a Friday thing. It's not that uncommon sending someone to the emergency room calling nine one actually isn't in most cases the best thing to do but really when I have a team of people had to settle experienced guide the research of a do when driven development training and they say really it is that don't panic just be with me and basically what happens is if we're with somebody who said I don't we start to get upset. We're struggling with our own emotions. You know like is about us us and we need to remember that lake. This person is saying they're struggling and we need to be there for them and be aware okay. My emotions are on panicking right now. I don't know what to do while I'm going to tell you what to do. Your job is to just be with that person and say I'm GonNa get you sandwich. Get you wonder we're gonna sit on the couch. You can talk if we want to. We can watch movie if you can describe it. I'd love to hear it. I'm just WANNA listen and being present like you're really listening without trying to solve a problem album more. Tell them they should feel a different way or say. You're on and then ultimately at the end making sure you you communicate hope for them not in a sense of lake. It's just it's all going to be okay because you want to be careful about that. They should never said but more in the sense of like true statements about I. I see that you know how to do hard think been through hard things before. I'm going to help you get through. You know I I believe in you. I really like you. I care about you I want. I want you in my life's communicating that like them. You WanNa see them through this that you know you have hope because you've seen him do hard things. They may not agree but the fact that you believe that and you like them. I think is pretty powerful. A lot of people who are suicidal feel lake. Nobody likes them in actually a lot of times a burnt a lot of bridges so you being. I knew says you don't have to like everything their baby but he linking all along ways to just being there with them a lot of times give them the time for for this to these feelings to pass can see the other side role now you you also have another website called now matters now now. Can you tell me a little bit about that and I was looking at that and I think that's super powerful to this website. We developed because the treatment I was telling you about dialectical behavior therapy. It's very effective. It's very expensive toget- I wanted people that have easier access to some of the elements of that treatment though this now matters now like mindfulness now matters now is a website that has teaching of how to cope with your emotions some of it's just straight teaching but some of its videos of people talking about how they got through really hard times using the strategies from that dialectical behavior therapy like you said skills stress tolerance deals and that was funded by the National Institutes Mental Health in the American Foundation nation for suicide prevention and built by people who have had these experiences so you know like I said I have this team of people we developed together and in fact last Monday it was just collecting film addiction videos so that will be able to add more information about the substance you struggles that people have and how that relates to DVD's goes goes in dialectical behavior therapy has been tested with people who had opioid addiction and I mean it makes a lot of sense because this is all about and we have these overwhelming overwhelming emotions especially painful ones you know we want them to end Houghton to stop because they don't feel good and sometimes we we go to these extreme lengths to do that. We were excited just in May to publish a paper. What we found is that people who visited the website and who when asked said they were very suicidal. They're suicidal. Thoughts decreased in Herschel Times under ten minutes. They had at least some relief and so I think that that can be a place. You can go to even distract yourself for a little while if you're startling in some of the same things are true so you know. I was thinking about the old water and not making any decisions. The same is true for managing cravings that and the emotions that along with that that the same things apply so there's a there's steps there and there's video crisis lines age. There's a video there of how do you get through an overwhelming crisis and the steps for how to do that include goldwater water.

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"feel lake" Discussed on Collectively Podcast

Collectively Podcast

15:29 min | 2 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Collectively Podcast

"But you're, you're mentally jaded by by people 'cause yet Blat bags peers with don't let that turn you off from pro blackness danger black brother because of his weakness in ill educated. Mindset, you know spaghetti the by brother. Yeah. I agree. I do as an adult when you're kit, yet hearing things like oh, you're an Oriole you speak, too proper usage of rock music. I it's like I didn't I fortunately high school made friends with lack guys, invaded black guys at coup actually listened to rock music, growing up before, then not really like it's moving out to the all white school, the five black his liking rock music, because it was like it wasn't an Esa thing that people that try tell people it's not about race. You know, it's, it's about for life people. I won't say for because we're against that. It's not about always about race like for you. I'm hearing in for myself. It's about who just wants to fucking washing may place like for you place. A magic can't what I what you quite like this. What's, what is going to like me because I'm a dork, I guess, I, quote unquote, speak, why I don't speak. I don't use slaying enough to be black enough. It's, it's everyone else's wards a simulated uneducated mindset. That pushes black black. Let me just say, if the black men and the black women who look at people of color, who aren't there. Stereotypical media fed bullshit of blackness that reject black men and women who are quote unquote, different. So when you start riding people for dating people outside their culture when there. Cultural except that they are part of their culture. That's the problem's, not them rejecting lack people. It's like nowadays, it's okay, it's okay to be black nerdy. We have blurred con here. You see, it's okay to be lack in different half black rock groups, but for a long time, it wasn't in a lot of places it still isn't like it's not. Okay. To be black. Listen to rock music, like an may it's cool. Now when I was growing it wasn't cool. It was like you're just trying to be white. Yeah. Like you were doing too much like you were trying to be one of them. It's like no, yeah. I like this stuff before even New Zealand. Meeting, a sense, knee PI feel like it definitely did come from or not necessarily the healthiest place for me. But I like now from the other side as I've gotten older, I can I can definitely see a the issues that had regarding a how I felt like people on both sides feed me like I didn't Philly. Yeah. People can't fault that way since we couldn't necessarily express the things that we liked without saying or without being called being trying to be white or something we felt like we didn't really belong from on either side. Right. As we've as we were younger, and I felt like because of that I who's in relationships with white guys who also kind of perpetuated that stereotype, but ninety feel lake can now, kind of see that. And definitely try vocalise it in vocalized exactly, what I like in a partner, regardless of whether. They're black or white say, this is what I need you to understand based on. I think that everyone has to kind of come to that. Yes. It's difficult. Right. Especially when you're younger, and you don't really get to see that I feel like when you get older, it's you see, like the nuances in that. It's okay to be a little bit different. People are, are little bit more accepting. Yeah. I feel like when I have a lot of conversations with some. Well, I won't say a lot. I'll have have conversations or listen to, you know. So if the podcast YouTube channels, we've talked about off air of a lot of people are kind of just like pro black means, but music this by that, and it just this, you know, just moving into dating. It's like the other argument that kinda just touched on this right at irks, my nerves like you have to everything blast. We pro black. Okay. Yeah, I get. I wanna upload. Black music. I, I try shop at black businesses. I try to, you know, promote and beyond that American culture, wise, I like to support African businesses west African businesses west African culture was Africa music, like you know here in DC play to fuck in African on station progress, but can play current. They play fall veto overtime with a frigging screen like the song is old anyway. I'm glad made it to the I love you. Please quiet missing indicated concert, but it's just like that's great. But I, I'm gonna promote that I'm we promote afro visa African debt limit from everything African in black black artists black riers by everything, but feel like. Because of that. I've heard the education argument that if you date, someone who is not black, like this, one YouTube channel, I like to watch and it's run by a Nigerian girl, she was has his panel discussions, and she wanted her commentators on his very subject about interesting pro said that would she dates people who are not black? She finds that she has to explain everything to them. And when she because dating is the argument dating is strategical marriages, strategical, you marry a date people based on a law strategic things. But just like dateable a you look at their income. If we saw, I don't get me wrong girl show scrape by flake. Our panel is sometimes filled with some very privileged. That's really it was fight privilege black people, and they all have similar. Westworld or a similar mindset. Oh, yeah. Background similar yet. Not much diversity very sprinkled than. Yeah. If usually they don't let person taco. Oh, yeah, thanks to people in the only come every other episode Yan's like thirty people. Here's his chief people who sprinkled through award anyway. But this girl, I digress. This girl talks about how she when she shoots stating strategical as she dates that she has too often educate her partner wonder non black on black culture and black beans. And when she date, someone who is black. She knows that she doesn't have to do that. And when I heard that this is older episode, and I brought up before we start recording is that I find it very interesting being a person who. Who is African? I often have to educate lack of people on being African, so that's very exhausting. Very exhausting. I understand her argument is exhausting. Sometimes explain things that you think you should just know I'm black, you're black, but no it's deeper than that. And that's frustrating here in exodus. Not just that it's like literally I've had to explain people up north where black about shit in the south that people do that. They understand though. It's like your education is never gonna stop an advisor as one of your arguments dating someone outside your racist, very weak because there things he would do in Callie. I love bicycling Kelly. So she got the other understand. I don't understand that part of black hole. Ch. I don't people who don't understand things about black southern culture, other act take out from that 'cause we're from Georgia n were African. So that figure every time we cook something explained to I have X that I could not understand African Nigerian or Liberia food for the first time, she smelt, she actually did tell me it's it smelled. We're in a stock, and I was like, girl just you're saying, right e and she's from northeast of this country, and I was like, okay, whatever. And then she started eating like show of rise. The fuck is. Like not met anyone who doesn't live. Fuck fufill we've laid Africa it is. She like a her job rise than shoot sinners girlfriend now likes all that shit. And this is kind of, like even the she was black, my ex exits black. He and she's I felt myself explaining so much about my culture's them over and over and over again, but you know what? That's caught fucking dating someone because unless you're dating someone who grew up in your culture and yearn, neighbor, your family, which is kind of Liberia, this is mild bit with successful than this probably will have we might be related in so short of. Chance. I never swiped right. Liberian. I'm sorry. Like Like a fly. a flag. Give a cool date. You even they. Who's your parents name? We got call phone call to call your mom. Color grandma's. So, you know, so those grandma. With. Let's get together and cross them with that we can date family tree girl. Right. But it's like I mean I understand saying that you feel that alive, pro black people argue against I mean argue for pro black love, because they feel it, they'll have explain things, and yet I had to explain a lot things staying people who are like, like I had to explain my hair. You know, I had to explain why I were extensions not one where my natural out all the time. I, I have to explain a lot of things about culture, late wide any know what the great part of it is, is digging someone who isn't personal caller have asked you things really scarily. Why? Why? Here in my face with Iraq tech myself. You know what I rather? You ask me to not ask and you know what happens in those moments they create they have understanding like the best part. My girlfriend's offend the black girls hair to other black men at her job, who was making fun of a black co worker, who changes her wits all the time. She actually took came home, probably told me I had to defend I explain these black men that black women don't always want to wear the hair out because their hair is really their hair's. Fragile is curly, and they'll necessarily want always have to deal with the on top of it. That is the freedom of expression like when they're ever run reports. We know took her dating black women who actually took the time to educate her on things that maybe she would have never know if she didn't date, someone like me, who changes their hair, like we're. Use my drop. A why why is that a burden? I don't consider it a burning like a Syrian I could sit progress. Let me educate, just like we talk about why people knowing our history. Let's help them understand, isn't that. What if you're so pro plaque? You're so pro. Glad you're like everyone's going to understand this black. This black cost everyone cars, if they're black white Asian who gives a fuck everyone's gonna know what it means to what black culture is. It means to be win. Means field have seen the table. Because when you sit at that table, you're gonna have conversations to educate people who resist at dinner table full of people from all walks of life, and don't have have to explain shit all the time you fighting for a seat, but you'll want to explain these people don't understand undone dam that was dropped the Muslim allies. How you educate your partner, even just follow up. Got educating foreigner for one. I love the fact that you mentioned that we want everyone to know our history, but we don't want to put the work into let them know I think that is very important. And one thing that we all sat your member is everyone was taught a different like history like southern history books. Tell you a different history than northern history books, you know, playing this fact remains that the truth is not as easily accessible as we like to believe because there's so many sources in. So I feel like it's important to put the work in, but it's also important to know how much work you put in. I think one thing that we all we all generally have to keep in mind is that racism and this discrimination is. Normalized, and we all grew up on that, and the only way to fix it is by talking about it. And so, I think all of that is definitely the most important aspect of all me personally, I feel like my experience is when it came to my axes with the exception of my last one, the other ones didn't want to put the work in a lot of the made of sumptious of black people and. Due to the fact that I was really young. And again, had internalized racism, based on how I felt about myself in how I thought that life you will receive me when I was younger and the whole Oreo bullshit, that got me fucked up tunnel. Honestly, another thing too, that a lot of times when people told me that the whole Oriole thing, a lot of probably a hey, this probably didn't have that intentions, like my best friend when I was younger when I was just mentioning to you thought probably thought that was just to keep little thing that really pissed me. The fuck everytime. She mentioned that, like, I literally had a white guy that I was best friends with that I was possibly going to date when I was in high school, but it just never worked out. I don't know it just one of those situations, but he literally would tell me that all the time that I was going to announce like you know what the person that I would ever marry if I would get married, but never told me that. People..

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"feel lake" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Saddam felt lake radio. Finally, the weather is more and hopefully spring allergies thing of the past. Now, it's finally time to start planning those Memorial Day into the school year and summer trips. And if you're like me, you can't get to the beach fast enough right now, I grew up at the beach. So it's been a part of me since I can remember. And for some reason, it seems like everyone heads to the beach or maybe the lake for Memorial Day festivities. I'm more of a beach girl. Lakes, kind of scare me I like moving bodies of water. So I'll be heading to the beach. There's just something about the sound of the ocean. And the salty breeze that calms me and makes me so happy. If you're thinking about planning a last minute trip to the beach, or maybe the lake or another body of water to celebrate Memorial Day or just for a summer getaway. You might wanna bring your furry family members along. Now, if you decide to don't stress out bringing you. Dogs on a trip sounds hectic. But it really doesn't have to be, you know, it's all about planning ahead and making sure you do your research. So you can avoid surprises along the way. Plus this way, you don't have to worry about dog sitters, and you can probably save a little bit of money. So if you've decided on a beach or a lake trip, and you're ready to get down to business and plan the details of your trip. This is the episode for you the first thing you need to think about is. How far you're traveling? And what your preferred mode of transportation is personally I have a rule that if it's more than an eight hour drive. I would prefer to fly. Now, that's not that easy to do with dogs. So I try and drive, and I can if I want to bring them along, but that's pretty much my limit for drive time in one day. And that's kind of the ROY creative for myself now that doesn't count for actual planned road trips in order to see things along the way that's a little bit different. Obviously when you drive far distances you're able to see and experience things that you wouldn't be able to if you were flying. Now, if you're lucky. Enough to live just a few hours away from vacation destination with a nice body of water to offer consider yourself, very lucky, and you better start planning that trip ASAP. So let's talk about driving since it's most likely the most preferred method of traveling short distances with your dogs, if he's ever taking your dog in the car, you already know how they do with being in the car for an extended period of time for my dogs. I can't even say that word if I say car, they raced to the door, and they wait, and they don't forget about it. I don't take them with me. They're still waiting. They want to run outside and jump in the cars fast as possible. So then I started spelling out cer that didn't work because they learn how to spell I can't even say the word go anymore without them thinking that they're going somewhere. It's the craziest thing now some dogs. I know absolutely hate going in the car, they get sick. And they just don't do well in the car at all. And I'm really thankful that my dogs love the car. Now, it could be for a variety of reasons that they don't like it. You know, maybe they associated car ride with the dreaded vet. You'll maybe they've learned that word. Maybe you trick them by saying they're going to the park, and then you end up at the bat I've actually done that one before or maybe they do get sick. Every time they go for car ride. Now, this is definitely something to consider when making your travel plans, I would suggest doing some test rides ahead of time. If you're unsure about how your dog might act small short trips are probably the best thing to do. Okay. So before you do your test rides. Make sure you have the proper equipment ready. Out depending on your dog size. There are several options out there for making sure that your dog stay safe in the car their seatbelts. There's carriers that are designed for smaller dogs. And of course, there's the standard crate if you have a larger dog, I would recommend a seat belt or maybe putting them in a crate. And my advice is to go by what your dog is used to doing at home. Hey, if your dog is used to being in a crate, then bring his or her Creighton the car if he or she is used to roaming free. Well, then might need to get them used to being restrained for safety. So make sure you test it out, maybe bring it into the house, if it's a car carrier bring it into the house, let them sniff it maybe put some treats inside of it. Let them check it out get used to it. So it's not so alarming and the best way to do. This is to make sure you choose restraint that is appropriate for their size and weight if you have a larger dog seatbelt harness. It's probably best just make sure you're putting him or her in the back seat as buckling dogs in the front seat could be dangerous if you get into an accident and the airbag deploys that's kind of. Scary to think about and this is a good time to mention that allowing your dog to roam free is a really bad idea. So if you're heading now for a long road trip just make sure that they're secured. We're all probably guilty of it at some point. It's really not safe for anyone including you as the driver and small dogs. They can fit anywhere in the car, which is really scary because they could slip down by the pedals, which is so dangerous and just the distraction in itself is not good. And we all love our dogs. And we want them to be in our laps. But it's just not safe. So just make sure that they are secured. And if they have a tendency to get motion sickness, make sure you're contacting your vet before you leave ask them for suggestions. Hey, there could be something that they they want you to try out. But there's also medication. It's also a good idea not to feed them right before you get into the car. Hey, you don't want them to have a full tummy because that could really lead to some sickness, even if they don't have a tendency to get sick in the car. Now in order to keep your ups entertained in the car, you'll need to be ready with their favorite toys and treats, I may end up sleeping the whole time. But you just never know. So it's a good idea to be prepared. And I'll share some easy ideas for treats in the car later on. Okay. So now that we're good with the car ride part of the trip. Let's talk about the accommodations once you arrive at your destination. This is the part you really have to plan for doing research ahead of time really comes into play right now. I know I've mentioned it before. But the website bring Fido dot com is an excellent resource use it all the time for planning trips. Even if it's just an outing for the afternoon, it's a really great idea to plan ahead to see where the dog friendly attractions. Hotels restaurants, you can search by city, and it's really a great website. It's laid out very nicely and easy to navigate, and it's a must if you're planning to take your dog anywhere, especially long distances. And the last thing you wanna do is be stuck somewhere that isn't dog friendly. And let's be honest if they don't allow dogs. I mean who wants to go there? Anyway, right. So whether you're staying with family were booking a hotel. You have to plan ahead when bringing her dog there's so many things to consider when you add the dog component to traveling. Just be sure you call ahead and verify that the police you're staying allows dogs, and if they do just be sure to ask if they require a pet deposit, just so you know, how to time, and you know, how much to budget for also they may have a size or breed policy. So keep that in mind and make sure that you ask a lot of questions if you're staying with family members or friends be sure to prepare them for your free guest, you're bringing along you don't want to just show up with your dog or dogs. Be sure to know what pets they have at home as well. You know, if they have dogs or cats themselves or any other animals who knows what kind of pets people have Aguado birds, you need to know that ahead of time. And if your dog doesn't get along with these animals, make sure you are prepared for that situation as well. You know, it's always a good idea to bring. A crate or some type of enclosure for your dog when you're traveling. And there are some really neat things out there like pop up tents, like soft sided tents that will collapse really good for traveling that way, you don't have to worry about your dog not having their own space when you're away from home. You know, they might wanna just kind take a break from all of the excitement and retreat to their little tent and again, just like with the car carrier. It's a really good idea to get them used to that at home because they're already going to be nervous being away from home. You want to make sure everything is familiar as possible. So bring those things in time. You know, if you go out to the store and buy one or order one online, make sure you do it ahead of time. So they know what that thing is. They don't want to be surprised and that would probably cause a little bit of anxiety on top of being nervous about traveling. So just get them used to it ahead of time. All right. So you've arrived at your destination in one piece. Hopefully that's.

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Utah Jazz permanently bans fan after Russell Westbrook incident

The Dan Patrick Show

03:27 min | 2 years ago

Utah Jazz permanently bans fan after Russell Westbrook incident

"Look for him. He has everything to lose here. Not this fan who got fifteen minutes of fame. If you wanna call it that, but it was an ugly incident. Well, we've seen this before and Salt Lake City we've seen this with Utah Jazz fans before Russell Westbrook has had a run in before with fans there. Let's bring in a Bill warm who covers the Lakers for the Atlantic formerly covered the jazz for the Salt Lake Tribune. What'd you make this Bill last night? Hit in. I, you know, it was interesting because it does seem like we keep hearing about these incidents, but jazz fans specifically with Russell Westbrook. And then other players come out of the woodwork and say, oh, yeah. The fans and felt lake are are the worst. And I support Russell. I think you're right. And there's this responsibility all around here. And the thing that I guess I keep coming back to is. I don't think you can make this about one specific about this particular fan base being terrible or worse like being a reflection of of the city or culture of Utah at large. And I think a lot of people try to try to jump on that whether it's about Mormon culture about you know, what whatever part of of Utah people wanna latch onto you know. I I think jazz fans are great. But no doubt. There are jerks in that crowd like anywhere else. You know, one thing about Salt Lake City is those fans are right on top of the court in a way, they aren't anywhere else in the league, you watch those games. They're not they're not the the lanes the end the basket it is. It is a tight. Tight squeeze that arena. And and whether that gives fans the offensive license to be more involved in the game. Or if it just makes players more aware of of fans being there, but ultimately the onus onus for this balls on the player who is being paid. I think, you know, millions of dollars to to be on the floor, and and and and putting on a show eventually in that environment, which is not to say that Russell Westbrook should have to tolerate verbal abuse. Like he is describing from last night. There has to be a mechanism in place where he can point into the crowd and security guard get that out of there if that abuse really rises to that level. The for Russell Westbrook to stand there and then rate a fan in that manner. Ultimately, reflects we were on him. And and probably I wouldn't say the funder, but certainly on Russell Westbrook and his relationship with with fans than it does on on one. Who perhaps got out of hand at a game? What do you think the Commissioner's response is going to be? Well, that's a good question.

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"feel lake" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Fighting his sponsor for me and my wife. Wow, Rufus sport. And she was a friend as lady, I Rufus sport. And oh, my now in New York. Okay. So so where did you see Ben aspirin? He used to come coach whitewall universe. Wisconsin whitewash where I went to school my senior year and the coach got ahold of them, but somehow and they had him coming in to work where it's like once a week, and I used to wrestle Ben and after house restaurant band training for the Olympics and one day he sent me an address out there was going to wrestling gym. But ended up being Rufus sport. And I walked in the Gaza spor Anthony passes, they're doing like a picture of the thing. USC magazine jumping off the fence doing pictures for that Sergio's Paskov crew is whatever his name is cry coke. Yeah. Do grew all these different guys there and Ben walks off teaching wrestling class news like bringing gear got my short wrestling. She was up. Well, I wanted to try something else. I want to trust bond today. And if you don't like it, you ain't got to go back to. Wrestling. But I think you'll like I think you'd be good at I didn't do it that day under sitting around watching, and I'm type like I don't like passing opportunity, so all and beat myself up. Like, I gotta I gotta go. I gotta go. So next more like an hour and forty five minutes from my parents live jumping my motorcycle and headed Milwaukee like not got nine o'clock in the morning, roofer sport Rufus Duke the door. Oh, he came back. Yeah. I wanna try that good because they spun online at a pair like old beat up, titled gloves. He gave me some shit pass Mitch match peds and been asking us. Oh, hey gear. And that's all it will spart knowledge. Not first round. I think I went been asking I want being he went light. Then had me go. Anthony, feel lake was like he kept kicking the hell out of my leg. And that hurt. Hurt for like three weeks. I couldn't walk. I wouldn't the world. And I do what you do. What do you do? Like, Russell, take them. Now, you can do that too big. And they gave me a heavyweight. I remember taking ground upon hell out of he say, I don't care what you say call you say, you're not a fight. You don't wanna fight. But you're a fighter. You're you can be good at this nationally just did pretty well. Have you stick to it? You can be well he said in three fights you can be in the US seeing happened before and three five thousand awesome fighting. Wow. That is wild. Yeah. And you came back after all that came back. Once I start never arrested a single again, I didn't compete for wrestling..

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"feel lake" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Fighting his sponsor for me and my wife. Wow, Rufus sport. And she was a friend as lady, I Rufus sport. And oh, my now in New York. Okay. So so where did you see Ben aspirin? He used to come coach whitewall universe. Wisconsin whitewash where I went to school my senior year and the coach got ahold of them, but somehow and they had him coming in to work where it's like once a week, and I used to wrestle Ben and after house restaurant band training for the Olympics and one day he sent me an address out there was going to wrestling gym. But ended up being Rufus sport. And I walked in the Gaza spor Anthony passes, they're doing like a picture of the thing. USC magazine jumping off the fence doing pictures for that Sergio's Paskov crew is whatever his name is cry coke. Yeah. Do grew all these different guys there and Ben walks off teaching wrestling class news like bringing gear got my short wrestling. She was up. Well, I wanted to try something else. I want to trust bond today. And if you don't like it, you ain't got to go back to. Wrestling. But I think you'll like I think you'd be good at I didn't do it that day under sitting around watching, and I'm type like I don't like passing opportunity, so all and beat myself up. Like, I gotta I gotta go. I gotta go. So next more like an hour and forty five minutes from my parents live jumping my motorcycle and headed Milwaukee like not got nine o'clock in the morning, roofer sport Rufus Duke the door. Oh, he came back. Yeah. I wanna try that good because they spun online at a pair like old beat up, titled gloves. He gave me some shit pass Mitch match peds and been asking us. Oh, hey gear. And that's all it will spart knowledge. Not first round. I think I went been asking I want being he went light. Then had me go. Anthony, feel lake was like he kept kicking the hell out of my leg. And that hurt. Hurt for like three weeks. I couldn't walk. I wouldn't the world. And I do what you do. What do you do? Like, Russell, take them. Now, you can do that too big. And they gave me a heavyweight. I remember taking ground upon hell out of he say, I don't care what you say call you say, you're not a fight. You don't wanna fight. But you're a fighter. You're you can be good at this nationally just did pretty well. Have you stick to it? You can be well he said in three fights you can be in the US seeing happened before and three five thousand awesome fighting. Wow. That is wild. Yeah. And you came back after all that came back. Once I start never arrested a single again, I didn't compete for wrestling..

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"feel lake" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Fighting his sponsor for me and my wife. Wow, Rufus sport. And she was a friend as lady, I Rufus sport. And oh, my now in New York. Okay. So so where did you see Ben aspirin? He used to come coach whitewall universe. Wisconsin whitewash where I went to school my senior year and the coach got ahold of them, but somehow and they had him coming in to work where it's like once a week, and I used to wrestle Ben and after house restaurant band training for the Olympics and one day he sent me an address out there was going to wrestling gym. But ended up being Rufus sport. And I walked in the Gaza spor Anthony passes, they're doing like a picture of the thing. USC magazine jumping off the fence doing pictures for that Sergio's Paskov crew is whatever his name is cry coke. Yeah. Do grew all these different guys there and Ben walks off teaching wrestling class news like bringing gear got my short wrestling. She was up. Well, I wanted to try something else. I want to trust bond today. And if you don't like it, you ain't got to go back to. Wrestling. But I think you'll like I think you'd be good at I didn't do it that day under sitting around watching, and I'm type like I don't like passing opportunity, so all and beat myself up. Like, I gotta I gotta go. I gotta go. So next more like an hour and forty five minutes from my parents live jumping my motorcycle and headed Milwaukee like not got nine o'clock in the morning, roofer sport Rufus Duke the door. Oh, he came back. Yeah. I wanna try that good because they spun online at a pair like old beat up, titled gloves. He gave me some shit pass Mitch match peds and been asking us. Oh, hey gear. And that's all it will spart knowledge. Not first round. I think I went been asking I want being he went light. Then had me go. Anthony, feel lake was like he kept kicking the hell out of my leg. And that hurt. Hurt for like three weeks. I couldn't walk. I wouldn't the world. And I do what you do. What do you do? Like, Russell, take them. Now, you can do that too big. And they gave me a heavyweight. I remember taking ground upon hell out of he say, I don't care what you say call you say, you're not a fight. You don't wanna fight. But you're a fighter. You're you can be good at this nationally just did pretty well. Have you stick to it? You can be well he said in three fights you can be in the US seeing happened before and three five thousand awesome fighting. Wow. That is wild. Yeah. And you came back after all that came back. Once I start never arrested a single again, I didn't compete for wrestling..

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"feel lake" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And i do not have a problem with that just to be clear like i really enjoyed that aspect of it and yeah i mean that's a me as part of what i mean when i say that it's it's a kid's movie in it feels lake oprah lights like how do you make that thing accessible we don't have the oprah show in the afternoons anymore increasingly people don't have cable so you know kids aren't watching owner thoroughly the way that i happened into oprah after school at times syria felt like this infusion of the oprah i grew up with an honestly like i'm glad ever back she wasn't gone but yet it didn't feel like she was around way she is right now well when they recently had a moment on the ellen show when ellen brought out oprah to talk to tiffany hata's yahoo was talking about the influence of oprah on her it really made me think about the fact that i think there is a kind of generational echo of women who are now in their 30s perhaps coming into their kind of greatest power as artist end whatever who want to talk about the significance of oprah not the kind of the way oprah was kind of perceived as a you know guru of housewives are rhythm and the stereotype would've been but how deeply important her show her presence was to a lot of young girls a lot of them black a lot of them not and not only had i just seen that tiffany hanish a clip but i had just had a conversation with my own medical doctor who happens to be a black woman who i think is probably in her thirties who was talking to me about how much she loves oprah and how important oprah was to her so to me the presence of oprah here although it seems so over the top like glenn says it's like you have the closest thing to god is oprah there is a way in which i think the place that ever do renee is coming from in putting her in that position is so genuine.

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"feel lake" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

Is It Transphobic Podcast

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

"Really means you just acid it felt lake mary natural in sydney it felt like you know the the response was a good lesson loopier lake now neeman was born with i'm just not the way but like i'd like to live now want his martyrdom day i trust you enough to tell you what my name once before but as a real name because i think you're ready to resolve bigger realistic about that a year later releases folk using trump real lane because to town that synonymous with many with whereas what is reality when we look at like a jet much refi real like what is real like that idea for real the reality is the swam this is how i love this me why we this theme of his matter the only reason that iranian up as time questionable i know i feel like i feel like a slobby way meaty character detonated themselves and yet late this is what they called themselves when they look a wellmeaning but like no i'm not i feel like it's just a slog will especially when coupled with the the artistry and there's there's several different artists in the book and i feel like this is the most sort of i feel like in the beginning they wanna make sure you realize that wanna is trans right away near and that that might be the reason for some of the sloppiness of the light ono late weren't is our limit different and we're gonna give any early so that you know because this is the va orton later which that feels a little sloppy and forced to me and i don't think it's necessary later thing is like i feel like when sis creators me trans characters they they tend to think like oh no comes up later urban lights look stop away at the possible late in iraq and private you that this is gonna be a thing so in that way i baby but i mean and also keeping you for being a review mariah sia which i can i in impulse later you you don't wanna rightly surprise there trans alight law but also like eight the opposite can you assange each nose right away because you don't his so.

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"feel lake" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I mean have you sound like a should show yeah maddie beer have you ever expressed yourself the way that you just express yourself now because it sounds so heartfelt and and just there and i think i mean she's clearly not telling you stuff because she's feels a bit ashamed and i i don't know why she's going for all different guys there's clearly some insecurity that she's feeding or or some things going on but have you just saw her down and been like hey i'm here for you i love you so much but some things really not right and i need you to start being honest with me because you're my best friend and that's not what this is not how best friends interact with each other and this is not how we communicate and more than that we're living together so out of respect we need to be honest with each other anya can i be this donor version of that italy hey hey hey do listen you know you and i are really fucking tight eight um i've i i dunno i feel like there's a lot of schick going on with all these dudes and what like fuck and what not and your drive and for hours and wherever but uh i just want you to know that if you ever feel lake beat need a buddy i'm here bro those peta is great we should do this interpretation and also you know she's not talking to you already sounds like she know she's massively has long shield the and she doesn't want to admit to a south and yeah would help even for your stress it on in on another know maybe just taken a step back because you're not her mother and you're not responsible for her and here fourteen years of friendship and if this is something not really in a way it yet may be just take a step back so you can still preserve the friendship outside of her ram very active sex life here and that kind of a road i've been taking after it's kind of like stepping back and like.

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"feel lake" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Did say that today's practices the today's practice react to these practices at halfway through the guy a kinda of collecting guys kinda got it's the kind of feel lake your back to more you'd like to be at this point oh i i don't know of cool find out more by our game against camilla i just feel like today's practice woes kind loan club white halfway through that a break rousseau is quite a first date of yucky china larry larry blocking earn here old about an hour today was like are at a farm recruit alike you got are like kept their moving at great speed nola so very localised in a child reentry for all of our allies and getting our body clocks right stop one in championships will stop say no word emerged error so why i mean maybe you do them it will maybe you stop when championships milieu and like forty two games maybe that doesn't work either because the timber one about forty game scratch whatever they may who knows i might say you anywhere no louisville all part of the globalization gate reappraised that i keep her so absolutely actually rude actually really conley amid i i'm glad we did it it was what would have been bombed last year one word for it up to but he code we've got all these guys back and who courier with the program uh is it's it not going to set us back at all and it was really actually a lot of on who who did you after call com i'm assuming you didn't called trump himself but did you have to call somebody to get up the the travel ban list to get over there i was a weird no though what an early goal was scored by outscored got laws for more earned transferred between uh clearly wars shipped off hold passports black east to get lethal chinese for you and so now mind i lost of the shell poured it up fedex been in memphis were nobody that ended an engineering get a flyover other team playing but it all worked out it looks like a trip was good and in to be all now later lola or you could use it out of giving you a great opportunity to use the.

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"feel lake" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on How I Built This

"And had to completely convert the funding base essentially overnight in that kind of through us into what i think of as the dark years of teach for america you know like you every paycheck every payroll i you know there's a question about whether we were going to meet it was or something that happened during during that period that was particularly difficult uh there was so much um probably the most excruciating moment was when president clinton launched americorps this national service initiative teach for america was one of those first partners with americorps and so that federal funding really gave us a big boost but the second year um there was well all sorts of question actually about our financial viability and so the the folks who were operating americorps wooden approve a grant to teach for america and mrs about june and we have five hundred teachers who think that there can it go into training but we didn't have the money to even fly them there and so i felt lake this is zet either we get the governmental approval or we shut it down and we were ready i mean we were ready to fat acts letters to all five hundred people same we can make it you're not going to be able to come and we could not get any one in the government named gin like you know i'm still in my 20s twenty whatever we still had only so much credibility and we're dealing with these governmental officials and you know we were taking ourselves a lot more seriously than they were taking us let's just say but i'm ultimately at about.

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"feel lake" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of eastcentral minnesota in westcentral wisconsin point broadcast from the national weather service forecast office enchanted half in minnesota in transmit from the ks tp eyewitness news television tower in st paul the current time is ten thirty pm central delight time a ten pm can the twin cities was partly cloudy people have seventy eight degrees four twenty six degrees celsius two point was sixty eight to relative humidity was seventy one percent the heat index was eighty two win was southeast at ten miles an hour our the pressure was twenty nine point eight two inches in rising around the metro he was clear with a temperature of seventy six at saint paul can 78 itself saint paul it was partly cloudy with a temperature of 70 at crystal and seventy nine and blame pete was mostly cloudy with a temperature of 70 at even prairie can 73 at lake feel lake elmo people with fair with a temperature of 75 around the state he was clear with a temperature of 73 had rochester can 73 at marshall it was partly cloudy with a temperature of 73 of saint cloud and 66 it'd be maternity pete was mostly cloudy with a temperature of seventy one at brainard fifty heat at duluth fifty nine at hitting sixty three at international false can 73 at alexandria man cato key was cloudy with a temperature of eighty across the dakotas guys ranged from clear to partly cloudy it was seventy four at foreign go and eighty one at sioux falls in iowa pete was clear keyed was eighty two in.

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"feel lake" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

Is It Transphobic Podcast

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"feel lake" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

"We're going to go into body horror we're going to go into a lot of things that i feel lake maybe aren't places that has sis writer should go for trans characters but at the same time why don't trans body horror pieces exist that can be interesting and whole fully not done ninna of for lack of but a term shitty way but at the same time like kind of going into the curve on that like how do we do this and part of doing it is if you're bill your with my other pieces attempting and being unafraid to fail so right yeah which i'm curious kelsea as the person who is portraying this this character uh i don't wanna ask such a general question as like how are we doing ta annual firm the fact we you're doing okay but like as a as a a trans masculine person being in a piece by two trans feminine is that a good way to describe uh syria and beth her like at from to transfer eminent people that are putting on the show uh were there any worries are there still any worries is there anything that's kind of like going through your head about that process or i mean it i was actually really struck me because i actually just came out of on right before denied in on some health staff that was you know related to you know that kind of thing and and i like i had surgery and i was sort of recovering from that and then i like you got involved in this project and i read the script in they're getting into some of these issues of of um you know what it means to engage with body parts that are coated a certain way and and the the complex relationship that you might have with your body uh one of the things i'm sort of in transition myself for a lot of things right now so it in kind of his like everything this on my mind is like in this play right now and i always talking to people about this sort of issue of.

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