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"gail saltz" Discussed on Made By Women

Made By Women

08:40 min | 3 months ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on Made By Women

"And entrepreneur. Justin baldoni among many others. Listen to senecas conversations on power and purpose on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. It's safe to say twenty. Twenty was one of the most difficult years ever for so many. That's why i'm here to ask you. How can i help. My name is doctor gail saltz. I'm a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at near presbyterian hospital host of the new weekly podcast. How can i help with. Dr gail saltz brought to you by the seneca women podcast network an iheartradio. Join me every friday where you can ask your most pressing questions and i will answer specific advice and understanding. Listen to how. Can i help with dr gail saltz on the iheartradio on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to made by women. By the seneca women podcast network and iheartradio at a moment when businesses face some of the biggest challenges in recent history. We bring you inspiring stories practical insights and shared learnings to help you successfully navigate in today's environment. Hello i'm sharon. Bellon joined the pandemic. The world became familiar with the new term p. p. e. or personal protective equipment. We realized it was crucial to save in lies. But most of us probably weren't aware that p. p. e. works better for some people than others turns out that much p p is not designed with women and mine. An ill-fitting gear can be hazardous evenly though in dangerous situations. But chemist named beau wangchuk looting. Ed been thinking about this for years and two thousand eighteen. She launched a company called on us we to make p that takes women's sizes and needs into account and it all began because she had a lab accident and suffered severe burns on her lap. Cope fell to protect her. That incident motivated bow to bill hours around omission of inclusivity the stain ability and empowerment of women. Please enjoy my conversation with bo. Winter cudi so tells about almost we What's his mission. And what gap in the market. Does it feel and please do tell us about the company's name great while thank you. Sharon are mercy. Came from a lot in word means south love so i'll mission is to make safety accessible to all and we're doing that by providing the best quality gender in eagle finley personal protective apparel direct to consumer to eat and so they are so appearance challenge around p p industry especially in your house but one you see there's limited option of p p in terms of sizing and feature decipher women or particularly minorities Different races Second p procurement. Lee light too much on product. That may not made in the us. And lastly we depend too much pasta. Pp which is not only waste fool but again be degrade easily and really bad for the environment so what emerson is doing is modernizing the industry from the ground up focusing on delivering size inclusive product make in usa products and be usable and recyclable. Products is understanding. You were inspired to start amherst we impart after your own accident and a lab q. Tells a little bit about this chair so it was my own experience that inspires me to innovate in a p industry. I am a pc chemist by training in user p p off at the time when i conduct experimental lab. I use the laptop to protect myself from toxic chemicals One day. When i was running experiment with are really really toxic. Chemical i had a chemical spill accident On myself and my lap quote did not protecting Chemical burn right through So my my right leg was burned as a result And after i recover. I was looking for additional protection for myself And found that there is a limited option or p p. especially for women As i said that weren't allowed sizes a static Nothing that i can. I can find. I would actually wear a one to show myself at work and you know. I share this experience with a couple of my colleague. Tom in were really surprised. Said all of them can say something in a similar that they have a similar experience and those small conversation and being a hundred conversation woman are working across different feel of stem. Who said that they can either either not find a product Or did not comfortable with a product that a market. So or your your tom reference. You know like when. I had an accident on to finish it hunted. Conversation with this woman was the span of five years and during those fight years. I look at the market and steal buying that. There's no one working on innovative solution for these women and me So the early idea of mercy serb. These women in in stem. Who is under sir undervalued in not protected and we have expand armor mercy ever since to offer park for healthcare professionals in now bought gender male and female. It's amazing so you. This idea really evolve because of a personal accident. I am somewhat surprised that the products run out there. But thank goodness that you. You did the research to fill a gap. That was definitely definitely necessary. I kept myself time. That i'm in a business of turning lemons into lemonade. So that's a good. That's not a bad skill. Set to have one of the other things. I found really interesting about your company. all your items are named after women scientists and all your products manufactured as you mentioned in america but in american women owned factories. So why is it important to you. That women be so heavily involved in the product. So one of the important aspect of our brand at archie is to empower Out customer and user to feel good and be inspired to do debt at work in protective gear and men and women in the industry that we serve our overlook and not recognized for that compliment whether that a stem healthcare an auto industry and since a muslim hourly customer are women that we just expanded to mail you know this year and actually lately at twenty twenty we want to celebrate amazing woman who have made big impact feel In their own ways and to inspire the current and future generations about customers in an women that would our product will serve that day to would be able to do to him So in terms of why we are ties working with women. Let american made factory in an early days We were being really careful about I'll quality control process. I mean we making product to protect what we wanna make. Sure that is actually deliver upon promise So we were making sure that product will may fit women needs and also at high quality and it would just easier for us to work with local vendor lead by women because they can execute on our.

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"gail saltz" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Gail Saltz for her great advice, plus tips on how to make sure it's easier. Listen to hear something good podcast on the I heart radio app, apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts excess TV presents If these walls could rock blues of pubs the whole time, a brand new series that explores the bond between iconic artists and legendary music venues with performances by big Head Todd and Red Rocks I've never and the Preservation Hall jazz band Jackson Browne at the Troubadour and more If these walls could rock premieres Wednesday, July 7th 8 30 Eastern 7, 30 Central, following all new episodes of music's greatest mysteries only on access TV, Fire up your DVR. It's time for your TV tip off. Wednesday. The battle for the NHL championship begins with Game one of the annual Stanley Cup finals at 87 Central on NBC. On Thursday. Host Gail Simmons guides home cooks through a series of challenges on the spinoff. Top chef Amateurs at 98 Central on Bravo on Independence Day City annual Macy's Fourth of July fireworks spectacular, featuring special performances from Coldplay, Reba McEntire, one republic, Tori Kelly, the Black Pumas and more. It all starts Sunday night at 87. Central on NBC, and that's your TV tip off on I heart radio. More than just the headlines. The KM became morning news with Christina Mendoza and Sam Shane continues on news 93.1 kfbk..

"gail saltz" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

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"gail saltz" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:43 min | 9 months ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"If you do this, you've got to be on the computer the whole time. Because these stocks there will be 100 points in two minutes. And getting in and out that kind of it's just the hard thing to do it. It's not gonna end well for these people. It just it never has name a bubble that's ended well. Ever. Seriously, Paul name of bubble you've ever heard of that ended well. Well, and I think right now the stock market itself is a bubble. Not as big A bubble is individual stocks like Gamestop, but I think we're in a bubble. I think the valuations of some of these companies Is insane, including some really good companies. By the way, did you hear about the new version of the Tesla model s? That's the expensive city and not they have three citizens. The Why the three and the S. P s is like the more expensive one. They've got a new gussied up version that's all today. It's just more software editions. 820 horsepower. 0 to 60 and 1.9 seconds. All right. I've never been heard of a production car that could get most drags. Most dragsters can't do 0 to 60 in less than two seconds. At some point, I mean, it's gotta stop because you can't go 0 to 60 in no time at all. We can't have people doing time travel. The other thing At some point you're gonna have people that are getting whiplash of the G forces. They're gonna be too great. Well, yeah, and there are going to be people who have this. That's the next thing people who have this power and they're not good enough drivers and They go too fast for their own good and they run up and they hit somebody else or the push it somewhere and a car switching over changing lanes and you come up on them so fast that your crack into them. I mean, I could tell you. I have seen mostly downsides yet so far for me personally, Lydia Tesler. This is how childish and immature I am. When I saw 0 to 60 in 1.9 seconds, my eyes are open and the other thing they claimed the range on that is 510 miles between charges. Gone. Gets the sedan. It's the up. It's the upgrade of the PSA dad, the the SUV that they have. They're going to put the same engine and but because it weighs more, that would be 0 to 60 in like 2.5 seconds, rather than the 1.9. Think of that SUV that go 0 to 60 and 2.5. They're all on Wilbur Drive. Yeah, they're all all will drive and No transmission, which is why they were able to pull all of this off. But The gearheads. Suppose it just part of it is there's no jobs for them in this because there's no engine toe workout and and the parts industry. It's all test. Let's parts I mean, tests tests that controls it all. There's no car dealership. There's no car salesman. There's no nothing. Everything is tests of the whole middle market. Think the manufacturer of the parts there's no parts industry. Everything's a test when you need something fixed. Tesla hits a button, and it sends that sends the software upgrade down to the thing. So part of it is it devastates a lot of the people that are working in that business. Is the other thing is, you know they're just some people like to work on cars. That thing's been going on for 20 years, though. Try to work on my car. I take my car into the dealership. The only way they know what's wrong with it is they strap it up to the computer, and the computer tells him what's wrong with it, And then they're fiddling around on the computer to it still has massive moving parts and I have an engine that's bigger than the sun. But Well, that must things going to be even more valuable when when you When the internal combustion cars they're gone, the ones that people are still running in and make condition. Rarity is what drives all of this value. He has a 68 months thing. Yeah, I had the 68 Camaro convertible. Little Did I know that when I had that, that the thing that I should have done was find a garage and park it in there had never drive it again because I'd be sitting it. I've ever seen. You know, when you restore the vehicle, it takes away the value that people like him to be mint condition. But when I bought it, it was Pretty good shape. Thing of it is you never know what a classic is What? It's still a current car. When I was driving it, it was just an old beater. Over 400 horsepower in that hole. There was tremendous. I mean, the big one with both afford. My neighbor had a Torino. I think that Torino like 66 67. I hope I'm not mixed up in this, I think was like 427 horsepower. You know that we got into the eighties and I'm driving this Honda Crx. I think it was 85. 85 horsepower. It was so light it actually move there was a two seater was a kind of a cool car. That was the first new car I ever bought, was always been used cars prior to that store. Remember that costs less than $10,000 for a new guy was actually a cool car was It was a stick shift it handled spectacularly. Easy to eat city handles. Okay. The real problem was going up a hill. Remember the Volkswagen bugs they made back in the eighties? Yeah, the ones in the eighties had even less power than the other way. You could not get up a hill. I mean, you were life or death. You'll be back have the thing back down first gear. You're pushing as hard as you can on the throttle, hoping you're just wondering if at some point, the thing's gonna start sliding back down the other way. Yeah, the engine in the back. While a lot of those cars have the engine still in the back, the will and it was in the back because the Why did they put him in the back? Actually The truck was in the front. That throws that throws people off with the with the Tesla's When they got the trunk of the front. You know what they call them. They have a name for those, though. Frank. 5 26 years back. 11 30. I'm psychiatrist Dr Gail Saltz, host of the new weekly Podcast. How can I help with Dr Gale Saltz, where you can ask your most pressing questions. And I will answer with specific advice and understand..

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"gail saltz" Discussed on Here's Something Good

Here's Something Good

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on Here's Something Good

"Look into this episode. Here's something good. A production of the seneca women podcast network and iheartradio each day. Aspire to bring you the good news. The silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for and share it. Here's something good for today. Purchases of fire pits are soaring and so are the sales of home exercise equipment. Americans are hunkering down for what we've been told will be a very long very cold cold winter and one of the big concerns at this time is how we cope when we're stuck inside this winter. How we keep our anger and check and our relationships intact turns out there. Simple things you can do to stay upbeat this winter in fact you might even find that your relationships improve. That's we're gonna learn today. From one of our favorite guests psychiatrist doctor gail saltz. Dr salts is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the new york presbyterian hospital and bestselling author. She's also the host of the upcoming podcast. How can i help with dr gail saltz. That will appear right here on the seneca women. Podcast now work in partnership with iheartradio. Here's what dr salt had to say. Dr salt thanks so much for joining us. It's a pleasure to be here. So how do we mentally prepare ourselves for this very long ahead. This is going to be hard winter. <unk> there is no two ways about it <hes>. And it was hard summer for many people in now. Everybody is together between schooling and work in one small space and with fewer options to just hang out outside which has various benefits. Not not just the being part benefit but the of being out sunlight being out in nature having physical activity which all are helpful in terms of decreasing stress and improving mental health. So it i think you know <hes>. People should be thinking about what they can do heading into this winter. That can both mitigate the over togetherness let's say and the over togetherness during a time stress which tends to increase irritability and what they also do in terms of improving or preventing mental health issues as the winter wears on. And so i think those range from having a ecorse some time together that you do something fun and creative and <hes>. Not maybe what you would typically do basically constitutes play <hes>. Whether that's even though its cold going out. You know in the snow and sledding together or <hes>. Were playing board game together or something that feels like off the usual schedule and his son together. But i think that it's also important. Everybody plans some time apart being together. Twenty four seven generally is is extremely difficult. It's pretty rare the relationship that is totally enjoyable. All the time at people don't need some space and that's even space from your children and they from you at various times so <hes>. Within your home trying to create separate spaces where it's okay for people to go and be on their own so that you know whether that literally is hanging a sheet in the middle of a room to create the sense of separate space with headphones so that you have you know not the sound etc <hes>. If you can't have separate rooms but using rooms that you don't typically use if you have that room so by separate area is this living room dining room or whatever it may be but if you don't have it creating it within the home having part of that separate space in time be time you can talk people who are not in your pod so headphones again big asset. I think and adding in things to your day and to your families day for themselves that are going to help decrease stress and decrease irritability such as thirty minutes of aerobic exercise each day <hes>. Using some deep breathing techniques or muscle relaxation techniques to calm your body because i exile eighty does tend to propagate irritability in a short us so incorporating whether it's surprised dissed of mindfulness or some yoga. Some something during your day that helps your anxiety and stress level. Decrease will help everybody getting along better and even though we'll be cold wherever you are potentially do some getting outside bundle up and get outside because being in the sunlight particularly in the first half the day being out in nature any sort of way and being physically active even if it's cold is actually how cold so when we're in these tight environments and perhaps conflicts arise. What is the best way to defuse them. Don't wait until you've been thinking you are ongoingly furious with your family member and then because what happens is basically people tend to sort of suppress it. We don't have an argument as they go along and they go along until they're just had wailing level and then one little thing that little thing that frankly doesn't make any sense to the other person you've got so enraged about happens and there is explosion

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Tips for Making It Through the Covid Winter with Your Relationship Intact

Here's Something Good

05:49 min | 10 months ago

Tips for Making It Through the Covid Winter with Your Relationship Intact

"Look into this episode. Here's something good. A production of the seneca women podcast network and iheartradio each day. Aspire to bring you the good news. The silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for and share it. Here's something good for today. Purchases of fire pits are soaring and so are the sales of home exercise equipment. Americans are hunkering down for what we've been told will be a very long very cold cold winter and one of the big concerns at this time is how we cope when we're stuck inside this winter. How we keep our anger and check and our relationships intact turns out there. Simple things you can do to stay upbeat this winter in fact you might even find that your relationships improve. That's we're gonna learn today. From one of our favorite guests psychiatrist doctor gail saltz. Dr salts is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the new york presbyterian hospital and bestselling author. She's also the host of the upcoming podcast. How can i help with dr gail saltz. That will appear right here on the seneca women. Podcast now work in partnership with iheartradio. Here's what dr salt had to say. Dr salt thanks so much for joining us. It's a pleasure to be here. So how do we mentally prepare ourselves for this very long ahead. This is going to be hard winter. there is no two ways about it And it was hard summer for many people in now. Everybody is together between schooling and work in one small space and with fewer options to just hang out outside which has various benefits. Not not just the being part benefit but the of being out sunlight being out in nature having physical activity which all are helpful in terms of decreasing stress and improving mental health. So it i think you know People should be thinking about what they can do heading into this winter. That can both mitigate the over togetherness let's say and the over togetherness during a time stress which tends to increase irritability and what they also do in terms of improving or preventing mental health issues as the winter wears on. And so i think those range from having a ecorse some time together that you do something fun and creative and Not maybe what you would typically do basically constitutes play Whether that's even though its cold going out. You know in the snow and sledding together or Were playing board game together or something that feels like off the usual schedule and his son together. But i think that it's also important. Everybody plans some time apart being together. Twenty four seven generally is is extremely difficult. It's pretty rare the relationship that is totally enjoyable. All the time at people don't need some space and that's even space from your children and they from you at various times so Within your home trying to create separate spaces where it's okay for people to go and be on their own so that you know whether that literally is hanging a sheet in the middle of a room to create the sense of separate space with headphones so that you have you know not the sound etc If you can't have separate rooms but using rooms that you don't typically use if you have that room so by separate area is this living room dining room or whatever it may be but if you don't have it creating it within the home having part of that separate space in time be time you can talk people who are not in your pod so headphones again big asset. I think and adding in things to your day and to your families day for themselves that are going to help decrease stress and decrease irritability such as thirty minutes of aerobic exercise each day Using some deep breathing techniques or muscle relaxation techniques to calm your body because i exile eighty does tend to propagate irritability in a short us so incorporating whether it's surprised dissed of mindfulness or some yoga. Some something during your day that helps your anxiety and stress level. Decrease will help everybody getting along better and even though we'll be cold wherever you are potentially do some getting outside bundle up and get outside because being in the sunlight particularly in the first half the day being out in nature any sort of way and being physically active even if it's cold is actually how cold so when we're in these tight environments and perhaps conflicts arise. What is the best way to defuse them. Don't wait until you've been thinking you are ongoingly furious with your family member and then because what happens is basically people tend to sort of suppress it. We don't have an argument as they go along and they go along until they're just had wailing level and then one little thing that little thing that frankly doesn't make any sense to the other person you've got so enraged about happens and there is explosion

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"gail saltz" Discussed on Here's Something Good

Here's Something Good

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on Here's Something Good

"Decrease will help everybody getting along better and even though we'll be cold wherever you are potentially do some getting outside bundle up and get outside because being in the sunlight particularly in the first half the day being out in nature any sort of way and being physically active even if it's cold is actually how cold so when we're in these tight environments and perhaps conflicts arise. What is the best way to defuse them. Don't wait until you've been thinking you are ongoingly furious with your family member and then because what happens is basically people tend to sort of suppress it. We don't have an argument as they go along and they go along until they're just had wailing level and then one little thing that little thing that frankly doesn't make any sense to the other person you've got so enraged about happens and there is explosion so really encourage everyone in the family to be able to say. Hey can we talk about this. This bothers me. You can actually during this time. Make your family relationships better than they were before you can make some more authentic than they were before by talking about. What's going on about the smaller things. Not every little nitpicky thing but the smaller things where you feel may be misunderstood or you think there was some miscommunication that happened. The best way to do that is really say and we talk and sit down on the sofa take turns and this is important to take turns take turns talking in the take turns listening so this is how i'm feeling this is what happened. Give me a chance to talk for five minutes about what happened and let me do it. Uninterrupted. and just listen and the other person and say okay. This is what. I think. I heard and repeat back with the herd so you have a chance to correct them in. That wasn't the case and basically by going back and forth in an uninterrupted way hopefully sitting close to each other Being able to look at each other's face being able to make the effort to listen and empathize with the other. Her you come to more of an understanding or resolution even if the resolution is we're gonna have to agree to disagree on this one. That's okay too. You don't have to convince the other person by telling them they will have believe me more of an understanding and it will stay with them. Even they say. I don't agree. I feel ready for winter. Thanks to that great advice doctor. Gail saltz so here's something good for. Today we can get through the challenging months ahead says dr salts if we plan regular fun stress reducing activities things like board games aerobic exercise or yoga. It also helps to get into a routine of talking to people outside your pod. Headphones says dr salts or a tremendous asset in this way. And it's good to know that we can actually use our extra time together to improve our relationships one way to do that. Says dr salts is to have honest to face. Conversations were family members can express what bothering them and try to resolve it now for some more good news. Dr salts is new podcast. how can i help with dr. gail saltz starts next month every week. Dr salts will answer listeners. Questions on everything from coping with things to improving relationships to forming new positive habits. So there's an anonymous question you'd like answered on the show right to doctor gail saltz at. How can i help. At seneca women dot com. If you'd like to join the seneca women network go to seneca women dot com there. You'll get access to exclusive events and workshops plus on new podcasts and other opportunities to get involved. Thank.

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"gail saltz" Discussed on Here's Something Good

Here's Something Good

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on Here's Something Good

"Get together to have several phone conversations to see if you can make some progress on how you're going to handle it when you are together and whether that's again the agreeing disagree or to say i just want you to understand where i'm coming from it. How i feel and being able to have some embassy with each other and maybe even some compromised in movement toward a middle ground. So you know not waiting till the day where there feel like higher expectations. Having some work done head of time. I was really minimizing the alcohol involved in any together family time. When you know there is a lot of you know. Tinder just ready to be lit and Alcohol as inhibitor will like that fire so minimize the risk of a blow off you know sort of you know making some fun mock tells and not having you know alcohol the big part of the day or the celebration again. I advise incorporating some health tools that diminish your anxiety like deep breathing for talking with the therapist yourself if this is a highly upsetting combustible situation and minimizing the time. If you anticipate there's going to be you know it's going to be difficult so plan an hour together and not a day together and if you're sticking with the cove rules how can you politely let your family know that you won't be visiting in person this year. It is not a nice to say. I believe that. It is vitally important to not that covid for all of us. And in that vein. I feel it is unsafe us. I think we're things degenerate is usually when that's interpreted as political stance. And i think just you know we can clear that for you. This doesn't feel like a political stance. It feels like a safety measure. And it's because you love them and you love yourself. Hang your family that going to do what feels like. Perhaps the prudent thing. The the the thing i would stick with you at how you feel an not them at what they're doing wrong so usually where it becomes. Unkind is saying and you should be doing that too and you are doing behaviors. That are dangerous and are wrong. And our bad that is usually where the niceness comes in so stick with yourself what you're gonna do and you don't have to do it in a morally superior way by in some way pointing out that you're better for doing it but simply that this feel safe in this feels right to you. So it's it's your more great advice from dr gail saltz as she says it's all about preserving the most important thing we have our relationships. So here's something good for today. We're all feeling extra strain this holiday season but we don't have to take it out on our family's planning ahead for potential conflict agreeing to disagree and even placing certain topics off. Limits can make things go more smoothly. You can also take steps in the moment to lessen the tension whether it's playing family gains or practicing calm breathing exercises. Finally if you have to break the news to a family member that you won't be visiting this year. Let them that. It's not a political statement and it's not because you don't love them. It's just what feels right for you at this time now for some more good news. Dr salts is new. Podcast how can i help with dr gail. Saltz starts next month every week. Dr salts will answer listeners. Questions on everything from coping with anxiety to improving relationships to forming new positive habits. So there's an anonymous question you'd like answered on the show right to doctor gail saltz at. How can i help. At seneca women dot com. If you'd like to join the seneca women network go to seneca women dot com there. You'll get access to exclusive events and workshops plus updates on new podcasts and other opportunities to get involved..

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"gail saltz" Discussed on Here's Something Good

Here's Something Good

08:07 min | 11 months ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on Here's Something Good

"Welcome to this episode of. Here's something good. A production of the seneca women podcast work and iheartradio each day. We aspire to bring you the good news. The silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for in share it. Here's something good for today. Despite all the upheavals of twenty twenty one thing hasn't changed. This is still the season for giving and generosity. That's why we at the seneca women podcast network have devoted ten days in december. two showcasing. Ten amazing nonprofits that are working to advance women and girls. We call it seneca's ten days of giving back today. We wanna look at giving from a different angle. We ask why generosity so important to us as human beings and how can we encourage it for questions like that. We turn to one of our favorite guests psychiatrist. Dr gail saltz. Dr salt is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at newyork presbyterian hospital and bestselling author. She's also host of the upcoming podcast. How can i help with dr gail saltz. That will appear right here on the seneca women podcast network in partnership with iheartradio. Here's dr salt side to say. Dr salts thanks so much for joining us. It's a pleasure to be with you. So dr salted seems that people are feeling extra generous. That this week's giving tuesday brought in twenty five percent more in donations and last year. Why generosity a good trait to cultivate. Well it's interesting generous behavior. We know from actually multiple studies does tend to increase happiness in the person who is being generous and in fact looking at an mri at a functional m. r. i. Which tells you something about brain activity. We know that there are certain areas that light up in the brain when a person is being generous and that the wiring that is involved directly impacts the wiring has to do with mood and happy feelings. So there actually is out. Let's say a selfish incentives to be generous because it's actually in many ways good for you in terms of mental health and of course. Obviously we could say on a societal level. It's good for society. It obviously helps people who are in need. And i think you know in terms of thinking about the social psychology of civil society. What goes around comes around when there are more people being generous and looking out for others those others benefit in the moment but tend to then feel when they're in a position where they're well is more fall. They have the ban with and the interest and the empathy to also be generous. So it's it's good for society from social psychology standpoint and that's why it is important. I think to when you're in difficult circumstances as we are now to think about ways that you potentially flippy generous and that doesn't always mean for example money on one can generous went or can we generous with one's emotional output one can be And its course can be generous. If it's you know items or something financial worse it that that can be a source of generosity but there are many ways that someone and a family and a group can be generous and when the adults in the room whether that's within the family unit or within a community are generous it does set a role model for younger people who do tend to their for feel the pleasure of generosity. The uplifted mood being generous and the goodwill from a civil society standpoint the importance of being generous. So how do we teach children to be generous. As i mentioned role. Modeling is super important. It is never you know just saying do this as an action and never doing nat as the parent really doesn't work. It really is some combination of saying this is important value of mine. I act on it. Here's how i do it your time showing you i do it. Here's how we can do it together. Because in our family in our system of morals and values generosity is important and is part of what i think. Being a good person is and here are ways to be generous and that will make the kind you know. Basically parents shape the moral compass of children. They're raising and that's really how you do it. How can we model generosity for others. So generally i would say that pressuring other people by saying you should give to axe an xs. My my place that. I i've chosen to be generous to is If it does work Saying i will give to yours if you will give to mine. It does work But it doesn't tend to grow necessarily the feeling of. I feel good about feeling generous because it's not. It's not really pure generosity. It's more of a tit for tat sort of thing. And i feel a commitment to you individually than a more of a sense of generosity and helping others Which is why often involvement in it has to do with time and giving thought to and therefore empathy to the people were places or You know animals or whatever it may be that you are supporting and that could be as i said you know in the form of time you know. I go to a soup kitchen. And i give meals to people which is another point which is seeing investigating understanding and therefore being able to more so empathize with a group that needs the generosity were or something the climate change. Whatever it might be that needs the generosity is a is a good thing to do to share with friends to share with people in your community like rather than saying you've saying this is what i do but here's why i do it ensures. What's concerning about the impact of whatever it is. Ill illness aging climate change Helping people to empathize with the concern. And that's true for children to helping your child understand. You know there is suffering or there is difficulty that can be mitigated by being generous and helping them to understand what that suffering is about or the impact of you know leaving someone or something unattended to is out and how that is to on the other side end into some degree. It's also putting forward the flip side of gratitude. You can appreciate what you have sometimes even more so when you're aware of what others don't have that you do and so it's the ying and yang of understanding that. Even though things may be difficult in some ways for you you can be worn.

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"gail saltz" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In from the very beginning he ISIS all the way back in January February a vending company the way in which she responded to it we have eighty thousand that's where we have more deaths we have more of the virus in any nation in the world what's the story here I mean come on this I mean I do this is just fantasy land what he's talking about Y. as in the background a blind I can hear their up playing they were playing some video that was on television online the radio while he was talking so you know what's going to be incompetent when Biden takes his first step out of out of the house Paul that lets me and of course they asked Joe Biden about Tara Reid the woman who's accusing him of sexual assault I think women should they believe they should have an opportunity to have their case and stated Friday I just forthright with what their cases that's the responsibility of responsible journalism again when everyone else to go out and investigate those the end of the day the truth is the truth that's what they should prevail the truth is this never happened don't know about that'll happen that rapidly take corroborating evidence around that is skirt around their land try to have a both ways you know got a big supporter of hash tag me too era so guy I believe the women except if he says against me that you don't believe it never happened listen to the man coming up coming up next if some of the top moments from this morning show including some rants from Michael those are always fun to read and we'll hear from again from psychiatrist Gail Saltz she wants to leave me by the hand to leave the house so I would listen to that woman yeah browse the measure through some veggies as given.

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"gail saltz" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on KTOK

"Over the weekend news radio one thousand Katie okay we met this couple of home improvement tips coming from the accidental housewife that'll be about thirty minutes from now will there be baseball this season they're talking about a compromise to season and bill's number will get us all that information if the call virus has you a bit depressed Dr Gail Saltz has some advice for you that's all coming up on his radio one thousand Katie okay eight four oh one thousand Leigh Matthews Katie okay dot com and Larry in Oklahoma City high and I'll talk to you about the first one my phone time del okay let's wrap it up here Larry okay the drug that we're talking about downstate yeah this gap in the run through my mind one hours back mom we were very cavalier with our guns we were not very site are part of the reason for that was we didn't want to lose that tenth of a second blackrock website yeah sometimes the unit I was in was out there kind of by ourselves and sometimes we work now when we went back to a base camp for control very would put him on site but the rest of the time Manalo I'm sorry it was ready to rock and roll all the time yeah we're here right got to walk around about the site or don't have a manipulator do you stretch your bill but well I always say to your primary safety is your finger and if your finger is not on the trigger then the guns not going to go off I mean they don't go off accidentally that just doesn't happen so thanks for calling.

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"gail saltz" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Make all right we're gonna be joined now by Dr Gail Saltz she's the clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the New York Presbyterian Hospital and she's host of a new I heart radio podcast personality Dr Saltz go walking door program gal thanks for having me guys okay doctor we're gonna be cooped up with our families now you know most of us we love our vandalism like this at all it helps that but I mean let's be honest let's be honest doctor you know with the family twenty four seven tempers could frail little bit couldn't die yes this is sort of reminiscent of when I call on to discuss how you can handle the holidays and everybody is in one place that usually is at one place and doesn't have to get along all the time but this is like that on steroids because you know everybody's going to be doing this for quite for quite a while it appears I think you do have to think about things like implementing structure in your deck creating a structure creating tasks creating things for each person to be absorbed in I'd be doing and they may be coming together and doing together alternating or you know this this is just sort of well gonna lay around in our PJ's and stare at each other there's gonna be a lot of mystery it would be a terrible terrible idea so I really am telling people Hey you know what get up at your usual get up time or maybe slightly later you don't have your usual practice shower get dressed for the kids as well and then create a workstation somewhere in your home each have a different workstation so here's different corners to go to and as a structure of you know I'm gonna work understand at this time I'm going to do some exercise from this time to this time could use some relaxation techniques because everybody is very anxious understandably quite anxious there are things that you can do to calm your body calm your mind and eject those secured the structure of your day and then have social time and we're gonna get social time obviously online there are many vehicles for doing that but I you know the head of the American psychoanalytic just put out a note about at a Saturday night dinner date that he had with another couple and they each cook dinner in their homes and they set up their computers in front of the table and had a glass of wine and for two hours they each independently had dinner out together and actually really nice time you can you know you can use this online vehicles you know Skype Google hang out soon to have played it's your kids each of you have a board games and board games in front of you to have conversations to talk to grandma grandpa too I have a group play date with friends and I highly recommend you do because the other big factor here is is loneliness or feeling isolated from others and the toll it takes on your mental health so it is important I think to try to create those those social are going on at the Dr Gail Saltz we we've had gallon before over the years but the you know it you hit on a there's a lonely factor here and is also anxious on the other and I really I I kind of think I'm feeling both of those what are what are some of your relaxation techniques as I I can't see myself doing yoga or meditation can either for some people some people really benefit from that but other people don't and there are things that you can do so taking five minutes to either sitting up or lying down do you belly breathing you know deep breathing into like account of five it out to count of five but where you are breeding from lower down from your diaphragm Thailand try right now tri city guide our you can do and if that doesn't appeal to you can do muscle relaxation which is basically where it just sitting in a chair you're gonna squeeze different muscle groups starting with your topic this can't we just we really can we drink that's what we want to really I really want to stick to that two two people this will be a time where people will be very tempted to drink an extra glass of wine at night or whatever to feel more relaxed and this we don't want to come out of corona virus with a whole new flock of people with alcohol abuse so I highly recommend you don't go that route because that glass of wine that might make you feel better tonight or the next couple of nights you'll need yet another one in a week and that it's how people actually build difficulty so I'm not saying take away what you would normally be having about I am saying don't increase your alcohol intake and do you keep a good sleep schedule and actually when muscle relaxation can really help because when you squeeze your muscles and then relax into account of five moving up your body it doesn't take a long time and when you relax your body lan your mother C. left in the sense to go relaxing is resting out even more my arms my upper body yeah you have to put you know if you squeeze a thanks and good imagery soap Scott it takes five minutes and while you're doing the muscle relaxation in your mind to digitalise the place that you find beautiful and relaxing to be in think about how it looks and how it's now owns it sounds to you I'm I'm conjuring up the control room here in the studio that doesn't sound terribly lax site that lady Thatcher maybe that's your spot a natural I don't think it is but another thing I suspect more people obviously will need distraction so that might be you guys or it might be you know TV shows are it might be podcast actually exceed I think podcasts are having a real time right now because it is you know it's time for people to I think distract not with the corona virus information but with other information that's another point try to take the news alerts off your phone for a little while yeah those of you know something just happened and like a little internal freak out make make it harder for you to go see your data be relaxed and just check the news maybe maximum of three times a day that's really all you need to stay in touch you know morning midday evening check reliable sources said that you feel that you can trust what you're being told was for CDC dot gov you know or the whose site leaders local government site but basically don't look at everything but the kitchen sink because another problem people are having is anxiety is driven up by the feeling that you don't know who to trust are you allowed to throw are you allowed to throw things at your spouse if they really annoy you I would highly recommend against that six trapped in a space with your spouse and step back she's gonna win trusted you see is right now and I would say you know obviously tempers can run hot when people feel anxious they feel more irritable if you're if you can talk about it actually really I'm sorry what I do and being snappy but really what I'm doing I'm doing is I'm feeling nervous I'm feeling scared titles label your feelings try explain what's going on to the people around you and tried it if you don't that's what's happening exercise thirty minutes of aerobic exercise a day definitely decreases anxiety level good good advice we got on Dr Gail Saltz governance thanks good stuff I still tend squeezing his buttocks of RECIST harms all right thanks Gail Saltz associate professor of psychiatry at New York Presbyterian Hospital.

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"gail saltz" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm feeling scared title label your feelings try to explain what's going on to the people around you and tried it if you don't that's what's happening exercise thirty minutes of aerobic exercise a day definitely decreases anxiety level good good advice we got on Dr Gail Saltz governance thanks good stuff I feel tense squeezing his buttocks of RECIST harms all right thanks Gail Saltz associate professor of psychiatry at New York Presbyterian Hospital now she said we should increase our drinking but here's the question since the bars are closed is it okay to drink wine you find yourself alone coming up next for anybody with a W. O. R. trap a couple problems spots in the five boroughs first topic please of the Grand Central westbound approaching union turnpike get an accident there a little bit busy bell parkway westbound on the brakes bandwidth to Lefferts Boulevard and traveling D. inbounds otherwise by the wise counsel of displacement at least one lane is blocked off that's about a fifteen minute slowdown is sponsored the B. Q. E. as you approach McGinnis humble there is an accident involving a box truck that struck the guardrail heading for the Hudson River crossings all minor delays for the most part the anywhere from five to ten minutes Max altars at the street parking rules they are in effect for today now as for a long island railroad Ronkonkoma branch they're reporting delays of five to ten minutes all because the earlier signal problems our next topic updates coming up in fifteen minutes so I'll take a look at the W. O. R. weather channel forecast heavy rainfall developed some spots now over the last hour or so could his move over the city had on to Long Island so little bit of a burst here before.

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"gail saltz" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Be like not this time. I gotta go with the old standard of sugar in them because they are very delicious and they're kind of There's a lot of nostalgia that's part of it. One Acre of peanuts translates to roughly thirty thousand peanut butter sandwiches. About eighty percent of today's peanut. Butter is our hydrogenated and to be labeled as natural peanut butter the product can contain natural. Sweeteners them salt but no stabilisers. So that's why natural peanut butters often have to be Stirred although now now there are a lot. I haven't looked into the science of this. Have you seen these where it's like? It's one hundred percent natural peanut butter that you do not have to stir the label will stay like no stirring needed. I've seen that but I have not bought them. Because I'd I have this weird or stirring during the peanut butter because of my Weirdo Organic Childhood in two thousand Thirteen Delta Airlines distributed sixty nine point six million packs peanuts on its flights related to that. And so what? I'm GONNA say next. I was on a flight very recently where there were no peanuts served because there was someone on the flight who had a severe peanut allergy and it turned out. That was my seatmate. Oh my goodness as many as six out of a thousand people in the United States have peanut allergies which is really sad because in addition to the fact that means you can't eat this pretty cheap and tasty staple like often peanut allergy's deadly which is why they were not served on the airplane because there was one person with a severe allergy. Em It's one of those things. I'm sure anybody WHO's listening. That's dealt with peanut allergy and even people that have probably no peanuts and peanut powder show up in some unusual places. It's kind of like gluten where you don't it's not always in the places you automatically think it would be. It's very restrictive. It makes me sad because I love peanut butter so much. I wish everybody could show down on it. Yeah and I know that there are people who are really against the idea of banning peanuts for place because of allergies but seriously airplane. Like what are you? GonNa do if you have a medical emergency in the when you're trapped in a steel tube early in space peanuts actually contribute more than four billion dollars to the US economy every single year and Americans spend almost eight hundred million dollars a year on peanut butter. The average American eats about six pounds. That's roughly two point seven kilograms of peanuts and peanut butter products each year. I'm really quite confident in all seriousness. That you could triple that number for me. We'll just leave that there. Well in my Weirdo organic childhood. One of the things that we would have for a snack would be Some some peanut butter from the top of that had to be stirred together with a spatula And honey smashed together in a who young with this thing. I still do that sometimes yum. I usually my breakfast. Lately has been peanut butter on a fruit. The peanut butter on apple over peanut butter and banana good stuff. I'm a fan of peanut butter. Thank you so much for joining us today for this Saturday classic. If you have heard any kind of email address or maybe a facebook you are L. During the course of the episode that might be obsolete it might be doubly obsolete because we have changed our email address again. You can now reach us at history podcasts. At iheartradio DOT COM and we're all over social media atmosphere in history. And you can subscribe to our show on Apple podcast. Google podcasts the iheartradio APP and wherever else? He was in the podcasts stuff. You missed in history. Classes a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From IHEART radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows Randburg and you're listening to my voice which commands trust and respect. Guess what my podcasts is back and that's a win for everyone. If you're a long-time listener to the show. You probably already know the deal. Each week I bring you hard hitting journalism and also Light Entertainment. I contain multitudes. Find the Ron Burgundy podcast on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts Vincent van one of the greatest painters and most tortured souls of all time was Harry. Houdini predestined to become the great escape artists based on his family's great escape. I'm Dr Gail Saltz and on my new podcast personality. I'll be joined by amazing experts to delve into the minds of famous historical figures. If you want to know what really made exceptional people tick? Then take a listen to personality. Find Personality on March ninth on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"gail saltz" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Miles you could spend less time. Juggle email meetings with. UPDATES, chainsaws. Abby got me there anyways and more time doing the work that matters most to you and your team y'all absolutely I would love something like that. I would love to get a little more organized in that sense well whether you're planning your next marketing campaign or launching new products or shows or shows, as we do tend to do Asana reduces the busy work that waste time and they give teams clarity, so they understand their plans and goals, and how they'll cheer them together. I liked that guy visit Asana. Dot Com to try it for free. What, made, Vincent Van Gogh one of the greatest painters and most tortured souls of all time was Harry. Houdini predestined to become the great escape. Artists based on his family's great escape. I'm Dr. Gail Saltz and on my new podcast personality I'll be joined by amazing experts to delve into the minds of famous historical figures. If you want to know what really made exceptional, people tick, then take a listen to personality. Find Personality on March ninth on the iheartradio, APP on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts Solo. The Internet is wellstone to this episode of the last Air Trendier. That is courtesy of. Gray yeah young man. Knows, what he's doing a lot on the Internet. I actually sadly, there was a friend of mine who was telling people that he was getting into. Air Bentinck. Seriously, he wasn't he was. He was making trippy violent. Oh, he wasn't. He was like I. Don't know I think he I think. He thought he was urban shoutout. Arab..

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"gail saltz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thank you for coming out tonight so great I see some regular faces we've been doing this long we have regulars so hello and welcome to our very first get lit with all the book club event of twenty twenty we are here live in the green space we're going to get into the book we've been reading together all this month maybe you should talk to someone the therapist her therapist and our life revealed by Laurie got leave were also talk with Dr Gail Saltz about how to find a good therapist because I don't know about you but I thought I might need one after reading the book and we all your music from Jill Sobule that's all coming your way and now for the main event our get lit with all the book club pick for this month Laurie got leaves maybe you should talk to someone here's the story when we meet Los Angeles based therapist Laura got leave she's already she has her hands full she has a patient who is terminally ill a patient who calls people idiots when they don't get things exactly his way and then there's the fact that Lori realizes she needs therapy herself what sends the therapist into therapy the presenting problem as Laurie calls it is a really bad breakup lowers fiance reveals her sort of kind of out of the blue that he just doesn't think he can help raise another kid specifically he was a lot of talk to Lori son about legos so Laurie heads to get help coping and is ready for her therapist named went on to tell her what a jerk her ex's her therapist fortunately has other ideas Laurie writes about her experiences with therapy from both sides of the chair in her New York times bestselling memoir that The New York Times called irresistibly candid and addicting please welcome Lori Gottlieb.

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"gail saltz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Two two million square foot casino hotel and entertainment complex channels set to go on line next month well if you like museums there's a new one in Croatia unlike any place else there were nights the four of us will ever forget which did not end well for four guys in the two thousand nine movie the hang over I want to sing and to its misadventures like that that inspired the world's first museum of hang overs which opened this month in Croatia guess begin their visit by wearing goggles that simulate drunkenness invited to throw a dart bull's-eye means no admission charge exhibits include random things that people stumbled home with after a night of partying according to this visitor brings back very bad memories okay is the same thing but psychiatrists Gail Saltz is a critic it makes it look like it's fine and for young people especially that's going to be a big draw but Michigan CBS news the Taliban say they've agreed to a temporary cease fire nation wide and Afghanistan providing a window during which a peace agreement with the US could be signed he's still allow Washington to bring home its troops from Afghanistan and and it's eighteen year of military engagement there America's longest trump administration is seven once any deal to include a promise from the Taliban in Afghanistan would not be used as a base by terrorist groups US currently has an estimated twelve thousand troops in Afghanistan the duration of the ceasefire not specified but it's being suggested could last for ten days eight people arrested several of them juveniles fights breaking out of the Providence place mall in Providence last night police say it started with a fight between two young men on the third floor than escalated into a disagreement between two large groups smaller fights also breaking out of the first level of the mall another one outside the security guard punched in the face during the melee a knife also knocked out of one boy's hand charges include assault and disorderly conduct new year's day will likely spark a debate on just where I am the new decade began we are pretty divided these days.

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"gail saltz" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"gail saltz" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Different the link between disorder genius gale we gonna follow her at DR Gail salt as LT Z and don't y'all salts dot com. Gail welcome. I think what you know, other than the horror of the whole thing. I think we have what seemed to fascinate you as the the degree to which more underdeveloped. Yes. You know, the fact that they all seem extremely probably malnourished. And and just young when I heard the nine one one call of the seventeen year old who had been what we were told when it happened, you know, planning this for I think a couple years and she finally had the gall to do it and good on her. But when she called an me hearing her voice yesterday, and I have a five and a half year old. And I said my five and a half year old sounded more mature than her, and it just broke my heart, but good on her. And it just you know, I just I looked at Drouin as how parents do this that have children. I just don't understand how they can do it. Maybe that's the thing to address. I you. How can they do it? Well, you know, we don't I mean, obviously, the usually when you think about abuse of this kind of sort you are thinking about parents who perhaps have been abused themselves or severely severely mentally ill too. Right. I mean delusional. Clearly that wasn't posited in this case. But but some sort of, you know, fully I do like involved in some very very odd lots that are so odd to kind of delusional, right? And so that's also possibility, but, you know, sadly, you know, there there is a long history of, you know, a very small fraction of parents being sadistically sadistic to their children cod. Probably a combination of those things right because it's sort of unfair to be wouldn't've illness to throw them in this camp because it's like. Illness will never harm a soul or be cystic to anyone and never mind their children. It is rare. But when you have such an extreme and bizarre circumstance, you do think about both as I said the history of trauma refuse to themselves. And you do think about the possibility of severe mental as well. We don't know we really actually. You know, you mentioned something called fully doom, which is a dance of two idiots is sort of that infringe. That's the two two dummy to. Delusion of two to people who are participating in the same delusion somewhere dared delusion exactly when I first terms of the kids maturity, well, first of all, you know, they were kept, you know, the things that mature people are exposure to an environment into a culture into situations and to verbiage, and to, you know, stimuli, and that's what causes the brain to develop and choir information, and what we call maturation two things can keep the brain from cheering one is now nutrition so being malnourished over years and years and years of not only the body, but definitely the brain. And so, you know, you can have you know, organic compromise essentially, the brain from being malnourished, but also being exposed to nothing being equivalent of living in a closet or cave will. Will you know, prevent the kind of maturation. We would expect from children. And I think that, you know, probably there was some of both because we now hear reports that the older children are doing pretty well that they're, you know, engaged in school and in the outside world, and you know, they may not seem like somebody else of their age. Exactly. But that there that they are in various ways, thriving, and the amazing thing, of course, brands are plastic, and, you know, well, certain windows, Mike, close developmentally, the fact that the brain is plastic means it can keep you know, it can restore it self in certain ways, even if it's been malnourished, and and new neurons can develop and you synapses develop and and this allows people to potentially recover something that might have seemed lost. And of course, their exposure to people, and and two explanations of how the world works, etc. And their experience of that will, of course, mature them as well. Just like we also have to caution people when we say well, really mentally ill with folio. We're not casting a brush across people with mental illness, generally that they would engage in something like this. Same is true about those people that have suffered sexual physical of abuse neglect. They what's the percentage of people that suffer that kind of childhood abuse at the hands of their parents say that then go on to become abusers themselves. You know, I can't tell you the exact number, but I can tell you that it I mean, it's certainly much higher. Then we'll population of people who are not abused. Unfortunately, you know, much more so than mental illness per se, which is really small numbers people who've been sexually or physically abused. Are you know, have greater numbers of the likelihood of repeating that? But more. So obviously if they have not receiving it. So it's not one hundred percent. It's not a given. And of course, if they have confronted the issues that this is posed for them and received treatment that does decree. Crease the likelihood, and you know, it is it is a psychologically motivating factor. Sadly that it, you know, the identification with the aggressor better. You know, I feel compelled to repeat and relive and rework good for me. I needed maybe who I am. And or or. The person doing it. Then be the victim. And the way to not feel like a victim is to be the perpetrator in a sense. And and that has to be there stood in some ways. So that one doesn't do that. Right. You know, I was reading today during the sentencing a a son and a daughter spoke out in court and one of the daughters. I'm not sure if it was the one that made the phone call but one of the daughters did speak out. And she said, I'm in college. Now living independently I love hanging out with my friends and life is great. I believe everything happens for reason. Life may have been bad. But it made me strong. I fought to become the person. I am now I'm taking my life back. And it said, I'm a fighter I'm strong and I'm shooting through life like a rocket which I found that last line. Very interesting. Just that kind of verbiage Gino from somebody who, you know, they said, none of them had anything past a first grade education, just from whatever the parents gave them, you know, I'm I'm strong, and I'm shooting through life like a rocket which I found very interesting in the last line was I saw my dad change, my mom. She said, and they said she was shaking visibly in clutching tissues. They almost changed me. Now, do you find there could be the thing when I was first doing the story when I was doing the morning news. You know, you see the dad who was a he was like a an engineer like a rocket engineer or something like that. And I'm thinking, oh my God. This guy was out in the world and being like, a rocket scientist or what have you? And then the mom was say at home mom, and I, you know, I don't know if she was, you know, maybe the case that you were talking about like almost. Abused herself may be kind of did what he did. Because she didn't want to be abusive. She sort of was abusing the children to I I don't know define that. Maybe in some cases, that you know, he kind of made the mom sort of like she was victim to could that be possible in this case, and that she just abused children to because he was so abusive, it, it certainly entirely possible. You know, we again, we haven't heard that. I mean, there are you know, you do hear about cases reported where there seems to be abuse on both sides, or at least neglect on the part of the of one parent while the other one is abusive because one is you know, neglectful parent is afraid of intervening and has been sort of convinced that this is the way that it has to be so to speak that they're just living in this completely state of masochistic relationship, and it, you know, it's -stends to to the children, and they and they don't intervene or they participate, and that's possible. But we haven't you know. There are no details about that. So, you know, we we have no way to know. An and by the way, that that kind of sadomasochistic relationship, we could be talking about sort of emotional control. You know, like, if he, you know was sort of like, you know, if you want to stay with me or be with me or beloved by me, you will you know, the only way to do that is to be at one with me. And this is what we're doing. Elizabeth Smart's perpetrator did with the the woman the woman that whatever her name was. Yeah. And I mean, look she had a little baby too. I mean, there's like thirteen kids. I mean, she was constantly having babies too. You know, so you're always pregnant and having wonder about sort of the, you know, obviously, you really wonder psychiatric what was going on there that they kept creating new lives to do the same thing over and over again. I mean, it is a wet. We're never gonna know unless they decide to lucid it eight everybody on that one of you know, what what exactly was the motivating factor there. I believe gotta go Gail. Thank you us so much. Thanks. Thanks. Gail Saltz clinical social festival psychiatry at New York. New York Presbyterian hospital. She wrote the book the power of difference the link between disorder and the genius Gail Saltz can be seeing you can follow her a DR Gail Saltz G, I L SAT and also on Twitter at Dr Gill salts. I think are have the sound from the young girl that may one of the statement here it is here. Let's see if we can listen to it. Maintains took Maho life freak but knowing taking my life back. College now independently. Hanging out with my friends. Life is great. I believe everything happens for a reason vice me have been, but it made me strong. To become the person. I am. So my dad change, right. Mon they almost chased me. I realized what was happening. I'm usually David could become like that. Fighter strong shooting. It is very sad that when you heard through the college college in do hear the voice, I mean, she sounds like a little girl. I mean, six seven year old voice, you know. But she's in college. How'd you get on socially a move having? Now had no development. But I mean think about it though, she has friends. So happy just. Can you imagine having nothing being chained up and seeing your siblings? Abused your abuse. Probably had a bath. That pain with you. Yeah. That's the baggage. But I mean, it's better than being, you know, change in the room only being allowed to wake up at night and sleeping during the day. And you know, only having one meal a day we're at. Yeah. Or from the sun hit his comic. Describe in words. Well, we went through growing.

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