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The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

ESPN Daily

05:32 min | 3 hrs ago

The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

"I. How did you get on the chess? Beat in the first place? So I get really interested in these really need sports that. People are super invested in Ashwari. Kumar is an international features writer for Espn Lake if you're going to which. Of People Are Watching these chess tournaments that you wouldn't even know where that's happening in. Iceland. Or Finland, and so I had this curiosity so I was thinking so Bobby Fisher was such a huge part of chests in the US what Ron Labor is tennis. What Jack Nicklaus's to golf? That's what Bobby Fischer is to chess. Bobby Fisher of the United States will finally meet Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union in Belgrade Yugoslavia, but the chess championship of the world plus a purse of one, hundred, thirty, eight, thousand five hundred dollars, the richest prize for a head-to-head confrontation in any sport, but boxing. So who is the next Bobby Fisher? So I went to Saint Louis last year to sort of figure out what is going on in the chess world, so saint Louis has sort of become this chess capital of the country. Let's start with the basics here. What is a chess grandmaster? And what does it take to become one? Usually what happens? Is this International Chess Federation F. And they have this point systems so chessplayers. Lead different tournaments in accumulate these spines that. Gets them to a certain level of expertise, and they are then title the grandmaster, which is in fact, the highest I do that. A chess player can be awarded by International Chess Federation usually these. Players between the age of ten and fourteen, and so they go through these rigorous tournaments one after the other parents take them all over the world. And the get the title by around thirteen fourteen, and then they start to perfect the art of being perfect, just player. So you mentioned Bobby Fisher. Who is probably the most famous chess player all time? Actually is definitely the most famous chess player of all time. Who are the stars of the field today? The poster by of chess is at the moment Magnus Carlsen. Calzon is the best in the world. The youngest number one ever and no one can explain to you how he does what he does. It seems to come from another world, which is why he's become known as the Mozart of chess. He's from Norway. He sort of had this. Has this bad boy live to him? He's like interesting. He'll drop these nuggets about other players. You make jokes about his opponents. He talks trash social chicken. How do you not? He's GonNa do the same. Yeah the lack of comas is astounding. And quite disappointing. He talks acts. Yeah for sure sorta like that kind of Worcester wise. He's called the golden boy of chess. And then this. Is. Bobby Ana crew art, there's this Chinese grandmaster Ding Laren and then USA's Wesley so and Kara Nakimora. Really Good Armenia has live on Romanian so these are some of like the famous players at the moment that go up against each other all the time. So I the grandmaster that you decided to focus on with your story, the one who lives in Saint Louis is actually Italian. His name is Fabiano Caruana. Who is in? How did he get here? Fabiano Caruana is the number two seed in the world. He's an Italian American chess grandmaster. He became a grandmaster at fourteen years of age, fourteen years, eleven, months, and twenty eight to be exact, and he at that time was the youngest grandmaster in the history of Italy in the United States. E was sort of beg to be the next big thing in in US chess and he came back now. He has an apartment in Saint Louis. He lives there and he sort of boot. BOOT his life from scratch, and he was never like the big personality like Norris Magnus columnist. He's the guy that will is very chill loves video games and let us work to the talk to his justice stories about that call in the next Bobby Fisher like the next big thing. He's the one person that can actually dig down. Magnus, Carlsen in the world championship and become the next world champion. So what does? Chess match in a grand masters tournament. Actually look like. How does it play out? Okay so two grandmasters shake each other's hands. sit down across from each other is chessboard. This o'clock next to them that the are constantly looking at. This goes on for at least six hours right every day, and so during these six hours, the brain has to have most oxygen supply. Which means your heart is functioning three times faster than on any given. And because of that sustained higher blood pressure, and sustained higher level of activity by the heart and the rain, the body goes through intense physical. Energy lost during. A chess game that lasts six to seven to sometimes eat hours said.

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NYC enters Phase 3 reopening

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 hrs ago

NYC enters Phase 3 reopening

"New York City enters phase three every opening today but indoor dining is off the list officials decided last week to hold off on allowing indoor dining indefinitely out of concerns that it would cause a spike in new coronavirus cases at the heart of new York's virus outbreak new infections reach daily totals of more than ten thousand and desktop seven hundred now deaths have been in the single digits according to state health officials under phase three tattoo parlors and other personal care businesses like nail salons will be allowed to welcome customers so far we opening have been allowed for retail stores and offices the rest of the states regions have already moved into phase three or past it Julie Walker New York

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Protester dies after driver hit crowd on closed Seattle highway

News, Traffic and Weather

01:11 min | 14 hrs ago

Protester dies after driver hit crowd on closed Seattle highway

"The driver who troopers say hit the two women on I five early this weekend, killing one. Almost call. Miller went to the area downtown to file our story flashing lights at this I five on ramp where a horrific scene unfolded. It was a terrible thing to witness its where two protesters among a crowd of others were hit. One of them has now died. The 27 year old man behind the wheel stopping two miles down the road. I heard someone say A car a car Mark Taylor can field an independent journalist saw the whole thing using a tragedy like this, and it really tears your heart out. I mean, I can't imagine. The sadness and the pain people are going through right now. That driver arrested on charges of vehicular assault troopers, noting that he was quote reserved and appeared Solan at one point, asking if the protesters that were hit We're okay. W S P, also saying in a press release that pedestrians should not be protest Ng on the freeway. I never want to see this again. The driver will be in court for a bail hearing Monday afternoon with the death of a protester. Now we're expecting new charges to be brought against him. Seattle Mayor Johnny

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Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shooting

The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson

00:23 sec | 23 hrs ago

Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shooting

"Sheriff's authorities in South Carolina say a shooting at a nightclub left two people dead and eight people wounded. No one immediately in custody. This taking place in Greenville, South Carolina, at a lounge known as the lavish lounge authorities that originally said 12 people were heart were hurt, but later that figure was revised. Eight wounded. Two dead in that South Carolina shooting.

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Seattle protest: Two women seriously injured by car

News, Traffic and Weather

01:38 min | 1 d ago

Seattle protest: Two women seriously injured by car

"Are hospitalized, one with life threatening injuries after being hit by a car while protesting last night in Seattle. State Patrol is looking into why a man went around a blockade to run down a crowd of protesters on I five combos. Nick Papa breaks down What happened? There's still much to look into, as investigators continue to comb through the evidence and talk with different witnesses who were on the freeway. When that car drove through those protestors, one person we spoke with who was on I five when this happened. Said the car was driving so fast. A lot of people didn't have time to react when it was coming right toward them Using a tragedy like this, and it really tears your heart out. He has an independent journalist based in Seattle. Mark Taylor can field has been covering these demonstrations since May 30th he says Last night was only the second time he's followed the protests on toe five. That he heard it was intended to be a short demonstration. I heard someone say a car a car, so I just want out of the lane after one in the morning, A white car had gotten onto the freeway after it had been closed because of the protests driving south. I ran right into two people. It was a terrible thank you. Witness, according to the Washington State Patrol, the driver of the car that drove away from the scene before being stopped near Edgar Martinez Drive south. One victim, a 24 year old woman from Seattle is in critical condition, and a 32 year old Bellingham woman is in serious condition. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is reacting to the horrific protester incident. She says. Our city stands behind the victim's friends, families and loved ones and praying for these women and all who were there who witnessed the event.

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Two protesters hit by car on I-5 in Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

01:39 min | 1 d ago

Two protesters hit by car on I-5 in Seattle

"One with life threatening injuries after being hit by a car while protesting last night. State Patrol is looking into why men went around a barricade to run down a crowd of protesters on I five in Seattle comas. Nick Problem breaks down What happened? There's still much to look into, as investigators continue to comb through the evidence and talk with Different witnesses who were on the freeway when that car drove through those protestors, one person we spoke with who was on I five when this happened, said the car was driving so fast. A lot of people didn't have time to react when it was coming right toward them Using a tragedy like this, and it really tears your heart out. He has an independent journalist based in Seattle. Mark Taylor can field has been covering these demonstrations since May 30th. He says last night was only the second time he's followed the protests on the I five that he heard. It was intended to be a short demonstration. I heard someone say a car, a car, so I jumped out of the lane after one in the morning. A white car had gotten onto the freeway after it had been closed because of the protests driving South. It ran right into two people. It was a terrible thank you. Witness, according to the Washington State Patrol, the driver of the car that drove away from the scene before being stopped near Edgar Martinez drive South. One victim, a 24 year old woman from Seattle is in critical condition and a 32 year old Bellingham woman is in serious condition. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is reacting to the horrific protester incident, she says Our city stands beside the victim's friends, families and loved ones and praying for these women and all who were there who witnessed the event. A

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Open Eyes to Know Christ - Matthew 27:54

Pray the Word with David Platt

04:34 min | 2 d ago

Open Eyes to Know Christ - Matthew 27:54

"Chapter Twenty seven I fifty four. When the Centurion and those were with them, keeping watch over Jesus saw the earthquake in what took place. They were filled with awe. And said truly this was the son of God. Like that was the conclusion. Of the Centurion and those who were with him. Who just witnessed? Jesus, die on a cross, and they see all that happens after that including this earthquake, and what took place, and they were filled with all, and said truly this was the son of God. They saw at this moment who Jesus was in his death on the cross. I just think about San Corinthians four four or six talks about how the God of this world little g of this world has blinded the minds of unbelievers from seeing who Jesus is Verse Five Says We preach Christ and I six seven four talks about how God's shines light our hearts, so that our eyes are open to see the glory of God in the face of Christ I. This is a supernatural. I opening work? The God does by His grace. And he did it in this centurions life, and those who are with him in this way like truly. This was the son of God. His brain them to that realization. And I just WANNA lead us to pray that people in our lives and our families. Are. Of influence who don't know who Jesus is. That God would do this. Work Govett. Open Their Eyes God we pray right now Second Corinthians four, four, thirty, six on Matthew Chapter Twenty, seven, fifty, four, knowing that the god of this world little g God of this World Satan. Adversary is blinding minds all around of family members. Friends. Neighbors Coworkers and People right around us and people around us our cities. People, far from us to think about praying for the unreached to the day today for the no sue in East Asia. So many. Millions, scattered throughout remote regions who have never even heard the good news about who Jesus is. And what did you sit on the cross-country pray for all of these people for people in our homes to people far from our homes open is today we pray. God would today be the day got to repay? The today would be the day for a husband or a wife or son or a daughter are mom, or dad or grandparents, and uncles some money in our family brain for. So long with today be the day you open their eyes. I'm blind. There is something to see your glory in the face of Jesus. Go Re parade for that for for friends remain Brian for for neighbors around share the Gospel with coworkers. The We've shared the Gospel with with the day the day. We're thinking of all kinds of names, even right now in our minds got made today the day we pray, and then re pray we preapproval far from us with today be the day the no sewer reached with the Gospel that no sooner men and women and children here the good news foods uses and watches has done for the first time got. Please made today. The day open is that people might say confess today. Truly Jesus is the son of God. reprints we brady, you give us boldness today to share the Gospel to share this truth to share this real to show people who Jesus is. And we pray that you would open is. That they might know. You. Jesus As the one who has died on the cross for our sins, and risen from the debt and victory over the grave that they might know you are the Christ, the Savior, the Lord, the son of God. Bringing about we parade in Jesus name. Amen.

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Kerry Washington on Hollywood's Diversity Problem

The Frame

06:43 min | 3 d ago

Kerry Washington on Hollywood's Diversity Problem

"The entertainment industry begins the slow process of returning to work. Will there be as Carrie? Washington says a real shift in institutional practices can there be a different and more diverse Hollywood. We know because of the coronavirus. There will be changes in how people do their work. But. What about the work itself? How far will the industry reset? Actually go? This is Hollywood the sequel. Welcome to our new podcast from La Studios. Each week were sitting down with some of the sharpest minds in the entertainment business to talk about where Hollywood might be headed as it returns to work. We'll get into the external changes for production marketing distribution, and with the movie theater business in tatters. What even defines ahead? We'll also explore the biggest question of all. Will there be systemic change that finally corrects the inequalities that may have been acknowledged, but hardly repaired. And that's where we'll begin this first episode with actor and producer. Kerry Washington. You know her from the TV series scandal. We spoke initially in mid-may, and we'll share that conversation in a bit, but after the killings of George Floyd Brianna, Taylor Ahmad Arboretum and the protests against police, brutality and systemic racism that followed we wanted to get carries thoughts on how this moment might affect the entertainment industry and America itself. I think one of the things that is challenging to. METABOLIZE is that. Not, that much has changed for black people in the last couple of weeks. But there's a different response to it. And so I think. The sentiments of the moment that feel revelatory. I don't feel like those feelings belong to me this. This is not a moment of revelation, but I'm watching the revelation. Unfold around me for people. And I'm grateful that that as a not even as a country, but that the world is showing up for black lives. In a different way. But this is what what has been the reality, this level of danger and anger and fear and. Maybe trauma lack of safety like these have been the realities for black Americans since there were black Americans. There are fundamental differences between a moment and a turning point and I'm wondering optimistically even. Is there a way that real change not only in the country, but also in the business that you work in. Can come out of this. I think so. I think I can hope so. You know I mean we're not. None of us have a crystal ball. It'll be the historians that tell us years from now whether this was a flash point a turning point. But I? I it feels it certainly feels for me like something is different, and like we have to be willing to look at ourselves. Regardless of what industry were in. Do you hope comes out of it? What are you hope changes I? Mean what what would you say would mark progress or change? I think a more radical acceptance of Anti Racist, society policies and culture because I think what people are realizing is that it's not enough to just not be racist that because our institutions. Were built. In the fabric of racism because our country was born, you know with. Black Americans being designated a fraction of human being like it's. It's not enough to just not be racist. We have to be actively anti-racist. and for that desire to come from. A deep. Understanding that we all deserve full rights of humanity. Yes all lives matter, but accepting that to be an anti-racist society. We have to affirm that black lives matter. I think that's I. think that's where we're at I think people are finally kind of. That and our institutions need to understand that not just. Interpersonal relationships, it's important that we're having those conversations that our dinner tables in in our classrooms, but also at the highest levels in our systems of government in our systems that are supposedly built for public safety. We have to ask ourselves. Who Do we deem the public? And who do we deem the enemy? so. I, I'm hoping that I'm hoping that that this all of this new. revelatory reflection lends itself to transformation, not just the hearts and minds, but also institutional practices, and those institutions can include you know arts organizations like the theater industry. Because there's this letter Hashtag, we see you which calls out racism in the theater. It signed by people like Sterling K.. Brown is Array Lin Manuel Miranda I. Think you shared it on twitter. What comes out of that and the best possible outcome to me. It seems really obvious like. We look at ourselves to get better and do better. That's the that's the practice of self. Reflection is to ask ourselves how we can do better so I mean even the language of inclusivity and diversity right like when we say that we're committed to diversity its diverse from what we're still centering whiteness as the most important thing and allowing or inviting diversity around that or when we talk about inclusivity. They're still an in out, so we're still centering certain kinds of people and you know maybe in tiny fractions allowing admitting other people to the table, so there's just so much of it that needs to be reexamined and and look at

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Father of 19-year-old killed in CHOP says he got condolence call from President Trump, but not Seattle's mayor

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:32 min | 3 d ago

Father of 19-year-old killed in CHOP says he got condolence call from President Trump, but not Seattle's mayor

"The day he buried his nineteen year old son, who was gunned down in Seattle's lawless chop zone horace Lorenzo Anderson Senior got a phone call from president trump who had been moved by his heart, wrenching appearance the night before on Fox News Channel's Hannity Anderson Son Horse. Lorenzo Anderson Junior was killed in the early hours of June twentieth when shots rang out near the border of the six block. Block zone. The city had been given up for three chaotic weeks in the emotional interview with Sean. Hannity a tearful Anderson said he hadn't been able to get answers from the city about his son's death, and he disclosed that he hadn't even been contacted by mayor. Jenny Durken but the mayor a Democrat did reach out to Anderson later. Wednesday in call from trump followed after that the only way. Way I found out was just two of his friends, just two friends that just happened to be there. They came and told me he said they weren't even from Seattle. Now mind you I haven't heard from the police department. They never came compounding. The father's grief were reports that first responders who came to the shop zone to transport the shooting victims to the hospital encountered an angry mob that. That denied them entry. The pair were taken to harborview medical center by self-described trump medics and Anderson. Son was pronounced dead on arrival. My son needed help I don't feel like they helped my son. Anderson said I feel like he doesn't without this. He would just be nobody he's just doesn't matter. He's just another guy. Just another child just swept under the rug, and that's IT and forgotten about.

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Game Scoop

Game Scoop!

04:42 min | 3 d ago

Game Scoop

"What's up everybody welcome game. Joining me this week is Tina Amini Stein and Stein Stein like. Stein I like. Which means one Stein? Exactly same flavored is here. Everybody and making his inaugural scoop appearance is Michael Swaine Michael Walker show swain scoop. Yes. So. Damon there's been a couple of you didn't host that you wouldn't know Michael was on those or not? Just put that up. Think there's only two. Really. I didn't host. You had one without me right when she was in Germany. And then Kim knows stole my spotlight one time. Yeah Yep. That's true. Swim. He's been working with us for a while now, but we've been wanting to game on Gamecube. We finally wrangled them. Now that some are gaming has come to an end. He actually has some free time. so Michael Tell us about what's your favorite game of all time? Wow. That's a hotter than you probably meant to solicit. Day. They ask us this. When we joined the company I joined about. Game. When you join game scooping and they put the Bar Code on the back of your neck. They ask you. What's your favorite video game? And at the time I said SCICLUNA. And that's. Still Very Near and dear to my heart, but I gotta say right now at this time in my life. You asked me that Damon. I have to be honest. That's stranding. Game of all time it I've had in the middle of a very spiritual experience with it I'm about one hundred fifty hours of put into that game and wow, I've just. It's opening the up in ways I didn't think I was I was thinking a lot this week? Because there's that hint at the sequel and found that strangely comforting, because first of all I had a great time play. It was absolutely favor game last year. What we laughing at what are we getting? He's making united. Here. We didn't close. Einstein has judging our tastes. He's he's like crying out loud about this. It's more. But even though it has some some weirdest, too. I had a really good time playing and I I. Really Really Look back in that time fondly and I like really WanNa kind of. A comfort game like that again it was. That's what I was calling the right word. It was my animal crossing new horizons. It got me through the quarantine instead of building my little house I was walking around. Little Roads Oh. Yeah, my maps complete every road section that can be built as. Sent, brother Yeah when. Curls up in the air as the craziest road Love, so, what was it before that stranding? I cannot. And we played the second ads. VR Game also very in inventive as Tim Schafer in the People Double Oh. I. In that's interesting, it's a very interesting answer destiny. For my like my personal, whenever I'm trying to come up with my favorite of anything of all time, just like my own little sort of a personal. I limit myself to only things that were released at least five years ago. That way I have some hindsight that I can sort of. You know you're absolutely right. There's recency biases in play for sure and the. Okay, we you. You say Yo exclude things from five years ago. No. It's no. It has to be at least five years old. Probably reflects on your in order for it. For me to consider it one of the best of whatever of all time, yeah, for example I have a playlist that I keep updated of my favorite songs of all time. They're called God tears songs, but I won't allow any song. That's less than five years old on that playlist. Okay I think that makes sense. I think the Oscars actually showed work that way. We'd have some perspective on things at that point. That's a great idea that's your. Of. Tina. Do you notice when we do a game of the year? Stuff that our staffs tends to think about things that just came out especially for music. That's when I really noticed an. Fresh on your mind. Exactly, it's also holiday season right so all these games are out, and it's just like I've never been able to separate that out. At the Santa, then towards the end of the year, we have more time to like finally. Catch up on some game, so it gives people an opportunity to play the stuff early in the year that they had. To not throw. Our whole came on the air system under the bus SAM.

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Fearlessness As Health | Guided Meditation

Hay House Meditations

06:14 min | 4 d ago

Fearlessness As Health | Guided Meditation

"Step into exceptional health today on the House Meditations Podcast, but Dr Albert Silvio a medical anthropologist and Shaman Healer. Dr Field Teachers is how to strengthen our immune system with specific breathing, pattern and meditation. Fear keeps US locked into an old brain. And this is the brain of fighter flight so as fight, flight or freeze. And, so many of us are frozen in place today. When we become frozen, we get paralyzed and our immune system is frozen. We cannot. Practice exceptional health now. Everybody's waiting for the vaccine for the great breakthrough. We're discovering that one of the things that happens with the covid nineteen is that their blood clots that happened in the body, and it causes problems in the heart and other organs in the body so blood thinners are really important. We'll that's waiting for the magical medical bullet to come and solve our problems. and. That's not going to happen. You know we have to use strategies that we know work which is. Practising exceptional health creating health becoming resilient, being sure you have the nutrients that you need, so you have exceptional and optimal repair and healing in your body. So we need to take this opportunity today to step into extraordinary health, don't stay at home waiting for the mayor of medical miracle. Ditch your body strong. Get healthy show. You Sleep, well. Be Sure you practice meditation to reset your fight or flight. Be sure that you're getting the nutrients you need for me. It created exceptional health a day to day practice, and it begins with sleep making sure you're sleeping well, getting good sleep and rest. And second you want to reset your fight or flight system. because. This is an ancient fear programming brand. And it keeps US frozen and I'd like to share an exercise that we can use to do that that it that uses the. Breathing his on Onomic Sonata onomic function for for humans for the human animal, but not for every animal, so we cannot stop breathing, but dolphins cam dolphins don't have breathing programmed Sonata onomic function in their brain, so they have to take a breath. And then we had to take another breasts and decide to do that so if they're not happy. In the amusement park, dolphins have been known to go to the deep end of the pool. Settle at the bottom and decide to stop breathing the but the breath isten interface between our voluntary and involuntary responses are nervous system. So, we can reset fighter flight with the sale. On the NFL, we actually Glock in fighter flight when we get scared go. So it's the exhale. There were able to come back to our Auburn A-M-A-C nervous system and appear sympathetic and our relaxation response. So folks stay with me as we do this name hailing two out of three. Next failing to account of five. Inhaling two three. Two Three? Two Five. Two three. Four, Five. Inhaling two three one. Two. Three and Posse at the top of the breath for a moment. And exhaling two five. Two, Three four. Five in passing at the bottom of the breath. Inhale into three. Two. Three imposing. For an instant that the top the breasts. And sailing to five. Two. Three. Four. Five posse at the bottom for an instant. Inhaling three one. Two. Three. And pausing at the very top. Excelling the five two. Three? Four Five. Taking, a normal deep breast! And you can use. It is anytime during the day. I practice it ten times during the day. Because every time I read the news, my old brain, my ancient meander thaw limbic brain can't tell if the barbarians the village gates, or there's just a war happening at the other side of the world. So, we need to reset that old brain. Into Into the deeply restful state that's going to allow us to access are higher brain. which is hired reign of interconnectedness where we understand that we are truly one. There were Inter connected with the rivers and the trees. And the whales and the Eagles and each other and the virus. Because for the! Shaman. Remember that there's no difference between being killed. By a bacteria or virus? And being killed by Jaguar. For us in the West being killed by a parasite or viruses is illness. And getting being killed by Jaguars and accident. But for the Shaman, the wizards of old, which is what I have trained in. There the same. You need to be a right relationship with all of life.

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The Self-Sufficient Herbalist

The Plant Path

05:29 min | 4 d ago

The Self-Sufficient Herbalist

"Hi Lucy welcome to the plant path. Thank you so much. Hi. Thank you for being here with us? Today I'm really really delighted, and this still excited to talk to you, and you're all the wisdom you have to share. Will really excited to talk to you and count. Wait to share about what's going on my end. Great but. I would love to open it up faded. Just introduce yourself. Interview could share a bit about your story of how you became an herbalist, or how the plants pass ended up calling you be lovely to hear. Wow How long have we go? To. Okay so I'm Lucie Jones. I'm a medical habilis based in the UK, and I have a full-time practice in in Somerset which is actually quite near to Glastonbury, the the town why I'm if anybody's head of that. So I, initially before I came, a medical hobbyist is studied. SA- Baton Medicine. And I've always been. Really drawn to SA- baton. Buddhism and I've been a battery on a practitioner for. Gosh I think it's getting on the thirty years and so. When I had the opportunity to study to baton medicine I felt really codes to do that I'd already started. autohrity actually studied as a spiritual healer years the force I think I've always had kind of. pull to woods. The healing modality sees, and I've also say. Grown up, I'd like to say. I've grown up with my hands in the soil, but I've always grown hobbs, I've always been out in the countryside connecting with plants, so I had really strong. Connection with plants as well as the connection with the tha baton side of things so I, had the opportunity to be one of. Only a few people studying Tibetan medicine in Scotland. Between Nineteen, ninety, four and nineteen, ninety eight, and it was a really unique opportunity because this incredible. Amazing Master of Tibetan medicine called Campo. Truro Sanam was going to travel to Scotland four two months a year for four years in order to teach these western students, and literally I'm talking about. Maybe there were twelve of US something like And I just. knew the I needed to be part of that and. I requested the I could join the course. And I was told No. And have to say. I was just so devastated. Because somehow in my heart I just absolutely felt this incredible pool of destiny, bringing me to that place and I thought. Hey, this is how this story supposed to go. So I was re at first I was really upset and disappointed, and then I reflected I thought. No I'm going to ask again. So a couple of months later I requested again I said I really feel this Poe to do the coals and I would really ask the idea it again. I'd ask you again and. My spiritual teacher occurrence I said no, because the cool is going to be for people who aw already medical practitioners, it's not for people who are just interested in becoming a practitioner It's such a row, but she anisi we want to that medicine to be integrated into existing modalities, so some of the people for example on the coast where. general medical practitioners are different, were a couple of her less than different modalities and I was somebody that will always very interested in it I wasn't yet qualified, so I was declined again and the third time. I, I kind of I wouldn't say I begged. I left another few weeks and then I retired, I said. Please, let me join this coast I will study to be a medical harvest at the same time afterwards, but I just feel so strongly that I would really need to do it. And, he and he said to me a K.. If you commit to studying Western hobble medicine after the course you can do it, but also what I would really like you to do is stop clinic which combines western herbal medicine and Tibetan medicine, so that is how. I ended up. Having studied western herbal medicine after the course for five or six years. That is how I ended up with my clinic, because it's a combination of using a combination of Tibetan, medicine and western Hubbell but.

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Song of the Summer 2020: Which Hit is the Early Favorite?

Pop Shop

05:00 min | 5 d ago

Song of the Summer 2020: Which Hit is the Early Favorite?

"So Keith yes. The Fourth of July holiday is like right around the corner here in the US and Many people getting ready for some. Socially distance gatherings and picnics and barbecues and Ho- downs and all that fun Shannon. Shenanigans Yeah all responsibly quarantine of course We thought it'd be good to to kind of devote this episode instead of the weekly charts to topic near and dear to my heart. Song in the summer. It is near and dear to your heart. I love talking about song in the summer. I've written lot about it over the years I. WE'RE GONNA. Talk about. Your world how billboard ranks the top songs of the summer. In terms of our charts department, and then we'll dive into the rundown of V number one song in the summer for each year from two thousand nine through twenty, nineteen. And then we'll discuss some predictions for what could be the top song of this summer of two twenty, twenty Jason loves talking about songs of the summer, but somehow I've yet to convince him to join the Movement for other seasonal lists and rankings such as the top winter jams. Or the most awesome autumnal ditties I just think why Jason. You don't like anything but songs of the summer why? I do like song of the fall. That's my number two just because I kind of like you know last year you had a song like the weekends. Heartless commander November, and it's just like a good fall song like it's. It's a little chilly It's a little bit more introverted but the thing about the song of the summer is that it's it's iconic. What we mean when we talk about song in the summer. A song that you associate with a specific time in your life, a song that is ripe for partying and gatherings Of course during summers, where such things are allowed and you know but anyway I. Love It. Let's get into it. Let's on this summer I some finer points on. Al Billboard actually compiles its annual song. The Chart the charts which you can actually find on billboard right now is a running tally that tracks the most popular songs based on cumulative performance on the weekly billboard, hot, one hundred chart, and that's from memorial. Day through Labor Day here in the United States and this year those charts encompass the charts dated June sixth through September fifth, and at the end of the. The season, the top song of the summer, basically is the top song in terms of overall performance on the weekly, hot one hundred during that span of time, and will reveal that shortly after Labor Day, right now to babies, rockstar featuring roddy rich is number one on the twenty twenty song of the summer chart while in the mix in the top ten or songs like Megan, these million savage between beyond say and the weekends blinding lights. Yes, so we'll get to this year, and and how this is a more competitive year than than some years past including last year. But now that we know how we would determine the song of the summer for the year. Let's go back in time Keith. And revisit what the number one song! The summer was for each year from two thousand nine through twenty nineteen. I WANNA. Point out that we actually have a song of the summer determined for every year. The hot one hundred has existed all the way back to nineteen fifty eight, so if you want to check out every number one. For, each summer, every song of the summer back from Nineteen fifty eight to twenty, nine, hundred nine. You can do that on Dover Dot Com. Just do a Google search for summer songs, nineteen, thousand, nine, hundred nineteen. It'll pop right up. You'll be good to go tested at actually works. That's. It's better than saying. GO TO BILL DOT COM slash chart dash beat slash one five dash two three. You know it easier. It's easier to do it this way. Well I up. We've got two thousand nine song of the summer. It's the black-eyed peas I. got a feeling. Let's take a listen to a little bit of it now. That tonight it's GonNa, be. Good I. In. The summer of two thousand nine belonged to the PS. They actually have the numbers, one and two biggest songs of the summer that year as boom boom POW was number two. The two tracks were so huge in two thousand nine that I got a feeling spent fourteen weeks at number one on the hot one hundred and actually replaced boom boom POW at number one, which itself had spent twelve straight weeks atop the list so. So from the April Eighteenth, two thousand nineteen chart through October, tenth two, thousand, nineteen, hot, one hundred chart, the PS were number one every single week with either boom boom, POW, or I got a feeling which is pretty insane.

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Should You Beware of Glucose Syrup?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:21 min | 5 d ago

Should You Beware of Glucose Syrup?

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast I'm your host Monica Reina. A listener recently asked me to look into an ingredient called glucose syrup. This is often used as a sweetener in processed foods, such as cookies, candy and other confections, and she'd read that it's a very concentrated source of sugar that supposedly contains four times the amount of sugar and calories per tablespoon as regular table sugar, the implication of course that one should avoid foods made with glucose syrup. I tracked this specific claim to an article written by a Dietitian for website called health line now this is a site that I consider to be a very reliable source in general I have found their nutrition articles to be thorough, accurate and very well referenced and sure enough. That statement that Glucose Syrup contains four times. The sugar and calories found in regular sugar, was footnoted and linked to the USDA's food and nutrient database the gold standard for nutrient data. One footnote linked to the nutritional analysis for light. Corn, Syrup, which is another name for Glucose Syrup. One tablespoon contains seventeen grams of sugar and sixty two calories. The other footnote linked to the nutritional analysis for regular table sugar one tablespoon contains four grams of sugar and sixteen calories. Case closed. Actually make that case overturned on appeal. Because unfortunately, this second listing was inaccurate. You see in addition to the tens of thousands of foods that have been analyzed by the USDA to create their amazing food nutrient database, they also include as a public service nutrient information for tens of thousands of additional packaged and processed foods, and they base that on information that's been provided by the manufacturer, and there are frequent errors. In fact, there's a disclaimer right on the page that health line cited stating that the info was provided by food brand owners who are responsible for the descriptions, nutrient data and the ingredient information. Well. In this case, it was just a simple typo. The manufacturer chose the wrong serving size the nutrient info that they uploaded four grams of sugar and sixteen calories. For a teaspoon of sugar, not a tablespoon, and for those of you who don't bake or maybe used metric measures. A tablespoon contains three teaspoons. So a tablespoon of Corn Syrup does not contain four times as many calories as a tablespoon of sugar, it is actually about a third higher. It contains seventeen grams of sugar versus twelve grams, and this is simply due to the fact that sugar crystals aren't as dense as sugar syrup. Something that manufacturers adjust for in their recipes. Look if you're concerned about the sugar or the calorie content of packaged food, it doesn't really matter how many tablespoons of an ingredient were added to the recipe. What matters is how many grams of sugar end up in each serving of the finished product something that's disclosed usually accurately on the nutrition facts label look mistakes happen and I sent an email to the Dietitian who wrote the article, alerting her to the error, and I hope that she and health line will be able to correct it. But. Here's a quick tip for anyone who's using the USDA's database to look up nutrient info. You can filter those listings so that they don't show the manufacturer provided listings. The USDA data is perfect, but it's generally much more complete and more reliable than the manufacturer supplied data. But I still have one other problem with this article on corn or Glucose Syrup because the author goes on to write that quote Consuming Glucose Syrup regularly may increase your risk of obesity, high blood, sugar, poor, dental, health, high blood, pressure, and Heart, disease, and quote, and once again she includes citations this time. She's linking to articles published in medical journals. But these articles are not about corn syrup per se they refer to all added sugars,

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How Does Stress Trigger Physiological Conditions?

Not Another Anxiety Show

06:17 min | Last week

How Does Stress Trigger Physiological Conditions?

"Hey guys welcome to not another anxiety show I'm your host Kelly Walker and joining me today as my co-host Erica late them. My, Darling. Good sweating just existing. It went from the dead of winter in a like distortion. What was that show that I never watch game of thrones like the white walkers are coming to the Sahara chocolates too Humid Sahara. If the Amazon. My hair is huge right now I've got some curly hair, so my friend was like. Why is your hair so curly? Did you check the humidity? It's like a thousand percent. That's what. Science! Science it can become a thousand I am drinking the air so. In such rated we'll. However you tell me everything. All besides that, you know just. Just hitting up the Instagram, where I saw an interesting, a really great question. Right like we have a great question. We got a great questions, but this one was. And I will read it to you any second now, but this one was something that we both went. Okay okay, we can talk about this like it's even beyond. Anxiety bites because it's sort of getting back to the basics of song. Yes, so. and. I think there's like you know I WANNA make sure. We sort of answering a no read it in a second here but I wanNA. Make sure we sort of answer the question, but there's a little more to it underneath the surface that I, also WanNa touch on, which is why it's not just like a simple anxiety bites because it was like sort of an evocative question for us and I definitely thought it was worth probably something we've touched on here and there, but never like dedicated an entire episode to so Yeah I think it's. It's definitely worth taking some time. Okay Ready. I understand that things like heart palpitations may lead one to think that they have a heart condition, which is not actually present. I'd like you to do a segment about how stress can trigger actual physiological conditions. Love. This thing I mean you remember this coaching? air-cooled heart palpitations, but I was like yeah, okay, thanks a lot for the vice. Mine's real. And, it's no less real, but. Yes. Yep Yep and so I WanNa make sure I answer this listeners question about stress, and how it, how it impacts our bodies, so I'll take a second to sorta like dive into a biology lesson, which is my favorite thing. Ever sorry Erica bear with me. There's going to be I listen. I love. The biology I just don't understand sixty two percent of it. To Hey. That's passing right on. Oh. Yes, that's passing. That's a New York it is. That's passing. So yeah, I do WANNA speak to to how stress can trigger actual physiological conditions I don't want to share them here, but she she sort of shared a few things that have arisen for her as the result of anxiety so. It is it is well researched documented that chronic stress is one factor keyword one factor of so many others that can contribute to the development or exasperation of physiological conditions. Right stress makes chronic pain worse. It makes gastric issues worse. It makes cardiovascular issues worse. It makes it really exacerbates everything because. Stress touches every single one of our system, so I mean it really does make sense since chronically elevated stress, hormones like cortisol disrupt so many of our body's metabolic functions, but let's hear Mon. that's the one I can remember cortisol. I. Bet you know more than you, thank. For years later. Okay so! I wish it was as simple. This a little more nuanced I wish it was a simple saying. Anxiety and stress caused sickness right, but. We've sort of touched on this or mentioned it in a few previous episodes Dr Kelly mcgonagall. She's a psychologist from Stanford and go watch Ted Talk She's. She's very. He has a Tedtalk But to like basically some up her ted talk on and her and her research She's focused on how. Our understanding, of. Stress. And how it affects the body so. Finding was that when we change our relationship distress, or whatever are currently ship is, we can change how stress affects our body. More, specifically yet right like it always feels like an end. She says this in her Ted Talk. She's like you know I came into practices as a psychologist demonizing stress, eliminate stress managed stress, control, stress, right, but so many of us in the anxiety. Psycho are well. Of how trying to control stress or anxiety goes tension rises, anxiety rises. It's not very effective and Her major finding was that when we change our relationship to stress, right, we change how stress affects our body more specifically when we relate to stress as a natural response that exists to prepare, motivate and protect us than we don't suffer the same negative health outcomes is someone who relates to trust to stress as something to be entirely. Avoid it when we relate to stress as the former, a completely different physiological response occurs different ratio of stress hormones in addition to protective hormones are released mitigating the effects of stress on our body.

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Spiritual Hope

Tara Brach

05:21 min | Last week

Spiritual Hope

"Now I'm a stay and blessings welcome. And it really is a pleasure to have you with us. Thank you for joining in. People listening often send me different bits and pieces through the weeks poems and quotes and a lot of cartoons I'm thinking that. The community is trying to serve my deepest needs. Especially these last weeks I'll just share one that came and basically said. So far twenty twenty s is like looking both ways before crossing the street. And then getting hit by an airplane. Another was a shopper saying. I've decided return twenty twenty. It just didn't meet my expectations. and. Then, of course, there's been countless steaks on the restrictions of confines of being at home, sheltering at home and one then just showed a dog on us psychiatrist's couch and the psychiatrist saying so, when did you start seeing an invisible fence? So thank you for whatever you send to me. I enjoy these the background theme of course of all of them is the intensity. The trauma, the anxiety, the uncertainty of these times. And then with that, of course, for so many of us this continuing inquiry, which is so central, which is really. How can our hearts hold it happen we respond to. What's going on for ourselves and for others in our world in a way that serves. So a part of looking at this are as a way of looking at this. I want to start with a story and IT'S A. Kind of A. Classical teaching meth that you find in many different traditions, and it's one that I've always really loved. And so might sit back and listen. In the clouds of the distant past there was a monastery that had fallen upon difficult times there were conflicts and power struggles between the monks. There was disrespect and tension between monks and the nuns. Due to a drought, the vegetable garden it started going down now there was no effort to revive it. the the monks and nuns. Just they just weren't taking care of each other. Are The their land mini? The monks were elderly. It was it was really a dying water. So very dispirited. The Abbot went to seek guidance from a well-known say a wise woman who practised and lived in solitude and the deep woods and nature. And he asked her what might save them. What might save the Monastery? And they meditated together, and she said well I. Don't have any advice to give you. But what I can say is that the body sought full lives amongst you. Now just to say about decide for awaken being being with an awakened heart in the Awaken Hearts Cody Cheetah so abode thoughtful for lives amongst you. So he returned and hold amongst the nuns that there was no solution, but just to let them all know what she had said that the body sought for is amongst us. And interestingly in the days and weeks that followed they started pondering this and their spirit started lifting with a kind of fresh hope the way they were relating to each other changed like. Wow, maybe you're the body saga, so they became more. Respectful and carrying and curious like. Maybe there's something I can learn from you, so they started treating each other differently, and on the chance that maybe they were each vote for they started being kinder and more respectful and more attentive to their own inner processes. And it extended to the world around them. Knowing that body sophists have many different types of incarnations. They actually started treating the wildlife. The animals the gardens land with increasing care. Well people that came by started noticing the changing atmosphere, and felt drawn to the radiance and the vibrancy that was emanating from the monastery, and more and more of them wanted to move in, and be part of it and join, and within a few years at the monastery, became again a very thriving order filled with service to the wider community and celebration and love. So that's the story, and then we ask ourselves. What happened? You know the sage. Had reminded them of something and. What she had really done, was reminded them of their own potential of the the laid the love, and the potential for awakening each of them, and that gave. New meaning gave hope. That then led to creating the community that expressed that light in love.

How to calm anxiety when stepping back into the world after lockdown

Anxiety Slayer

04:18 min | Last week

How to calm anxiety when stepping back into the world after lockdown

"This week we're talking about how to calm the anxiety. Many of us are facing and returning to work or stepping back into the world. After the lockdown, and while some are eager to get back to work in a sense of normalcy structure, many have enjoyed the quiet time including US and more time with family and. In sometimes, that's that's tough to leave behind. Anxiety about getting sick or bringing illness home to loved ones, all kinds of things are showing up and there's a lot to consider and to be cautious about now. We find that it's helpful to examine our personal concerns and then focus on supporting those as they come up. Before we dive in even deeper. Got Back from a weekend away with my family and it's the first time we've done anything. Since covid nineteen popped up. And we went to a very. Very safe place as far as the numbers are concerned a not very populated. We went up to the upper peninsula of Michigan. and. We were very careful. But we. Did more. Over the weekend than we have in several months as far as going out. And being in a hotel room and being at a restaurant, those kinds of things. In it was a lovely experience, but it was also. A bit exhausting an ongoing by the time. I was so happy to get home. We loved the trip was wonderful. But. That being sure to have my masks do I sanitize it. I wash my hands. I touch this. I don't WanNA use a public restroom. How am I gonNA work around that. WanNa go to my favorite restaurant. Our the handling things. It. Most of what we did was outside in nature, but There was quite a bit that wasn't and it was been unsettling. I was grateful to know how to care for myself and my family. During that time we were extra extra careful, and I'm hopeful that everything's just fine. But boy! Oh, boy, if you're feeling this. We know that you're alone because this is a lot. Whether it's returning to work in an office environment which my husband did. Some weeks ago. Or whether it's getting back out into the world like what I just explained. It's perfectly normal if it feels like a bit too much right now. Yeah. And so much has changed, and so much feels different me when I'm out and about I can feel frustration. Sometimes from others who just want things to be normal and and get back to normal, just have it will be as it was because it starting to fill a bit inconvenient bit high maintenance and then. Others sing to be very concerned or even scared, and my heart really goes out to them I was on my daughter a few evenings ago, we spotted heroin so some people stopping with their cameras to photograph, the Love Bird, and an elderly gentleman, stopped a distance away from my daughter, and he said everyone looking at, and she said Oh there's a heroin. then. She pointed to the bud, but. It was towards him, so she pointed towards him a bit, and he startled and step back. and. She was fair distance from him. She wasn't too close, but she felt awful. Oh sure. She said I started that gentleman. I think he thought I was a bit to blow some, so we were just walking in and talking and saying this is really unusual. Way, you know you're out taking a walk, and you just go to point a burden. Somebody feels something's it because they're very wary about this awful illness and the potential. Impact of that on their life, so it's not like we're all in exactly the same boat. Some are feeling very anxious about illness and bringing on US home to their family. Understandably some feeling frustrated. They Wanna get back to normal. For. Some home isn't the happiest place on Earth, and they need to get back to work and be with Elvis. Some need structure and some more introvert. Just WanNa stay home.

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Healing Hypnosis with Erika Flint

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:40 min | Last week

Healing Hypnosis with Erika Flint

"L. Everyone welcome to the addictive by PODCAST. My guest today is Erica Flint Erica. You want to introduce yourself. Yeah, sure so I spent. Fifteen years in high tech as a software engineer, and went through some really low period in my life, and ended up wanting more, and so I became a hypnotist, and now I am get to help people retrain and reprogram the most powerful computing device in the world, which is the human mind, and so I love helping people with all sorts of issues I love to help people lose weight. Stop Drinking. Stop smoking a sleep better. Better and I hope a lot of entrepreneurs get out of their own ways that they could be successful and I'm also a bestselling author, and I love helping people my latest, but can you be a hypnotist? Is All about taking people who've been through challenges in their own life, and then they want to become a hypnotist themselves and turn around and help other people, so that's the other part of what I do is I help? And people with big hearts that went to be of service in the world I helped them become hypnotists and help other people in the world. The world better place awesome. That's the whole reason. I wanted. You know podcast because I'm really curious about hypnotism. I've heard of it I have clients that asked me about a hey. Have you tried this on like well? I don't I don't know so I was excited to have you on, so you could explain it and talk about it, and we could discuss it in more detail. Yeah, and a lot of people have questions. Questions about hypnosis, because for most people you know, their experience with Enosis is oh, they saw something on America's talent, or they went to the fair, and they stop. They saw stage hypnotists or their high school graduation. They had a hypnotist, and so that's people's primary experience with stage hypnosis, and so I love telling people. How do we take what you might see on a stage hypnosis show? How do we turn that into something extremely useful in your everyday life once we make it into the hypnosis office, so just let me know questions you have about it. Great because that's that's been my experience is. Going to the fair and seeing the guy on stage. Who makes people do crazy things or do a crazy dance or I? Don't know, stand on their head. All sorts of crazy stuff and the krog goes wild and everything like that, so that's been my experience of hypnosis, but you're talking about something a little bit different. You're talking about what I understand is like a clinical hypnosis or hypnosis that can help you move through some of the stuff you were saying earlier. Addiction or eating issues or smoking are probably a lot of other. Other stuff too right right and one of the things that will tell people is. They'll say to me. Oh Eric. Are you GonNa? Make Me Bark like a dog, or are you? GonNa make me click like a chicken, and they're trying to reference you know what they see in stage. hypnosis in one of the want everybody to understand about hypnosis really is that yes, you can do things in hypnosis like you see in a stage hypnosis show, but those shows really are for entertaining. So the purpose of those shows really to demonstrate. Wow! Isn't this ICAL function of the mind? Is it really possible for me to be able to forget my first name? And under what circumstances would that be useful right we'll. It's not released. In that case, and so, can we take that function? Though is there something that can we demonstrate the power of the mind and help? You not experienced the pain chronic pain that you've been experiencing. Can we use hypnosis and help you overcome your limiting beliefs and figure out why you keep eating, even though you're not hungry and so I like to ask my clients when they when they ask me those questions. Questions about clicking a chicken or barking like a dog, I say well. Is that what you really want to do? In Your Life like that? That can kind of demonstrate the power of hypnosis, but if we're really talking about empowering your mind, what would you really liked to do? Because nobody has ever once asked me to to be able to cook like a chicken therapeutic setting people are interested in that. They want to stop smoking. They want to stop being and so that really is part of my job. As a hypnotist is to say, Hey, you know that's that's cool in that. That's interesting, but if you really could have the full power of the human mind, what would you really want to do right

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart

The Heart

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart

"What the time to get you you meet someone living in La before? But I've been in Mexico for a minute now. I live in. La Probably a lot like you because you're both spending most of the night in the kitchen drinking and talking about the adventure that you're on you tell her UH. Since you're break-up you've been trying to figure out who you are now starting over and they're also kind of retracing your stuff's trying to remember the person you used to be. I say you're like I've only. I've been doing this for like two weeks but it seems like you've been like oh just came to spend Christmas. She's a lot younger than you. But also kind of reminds you of you. She's older like you were one. This reckless she's living for herself like she's just thrown off an enormous weight. She seems like an artist tells you about the spaces. She's been hanging out in places. This is you've never heard us. He's written a book and it seems like she doesn't give a fog what anyone thinks she takes out her journal to write something. Even wearing pants party so introspective at the when she takes out her journal to write something down you see. It's full of the drawings. She's made if people she's Mad I'm places she's been notes herself Britain in this perfect love her hand lettering and she flips through some pages. And you can't help but you can't believe what she's all yours and you say low risk doc you say on one page it says a lesbian lesbian is all women. Condemned unto the point of exposure. The heart is supported by better. Help online counseling here at the heart. We love therapy. Sometimes it's nice to be able able to conveniently on the Internet. Get the help that you need. Better help offers. Licensed counselors who specialize in issues including depression in an anxiety. You can connect privately with a counselor through text. Chat phone and video calls the heart listeners. Get ten percent off their first month with Discount Code Heart. That's better help dot com slash.

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"heart" Discussed on From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

14:55 min | 10 months ago

"heart" Discussed on From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

"All of these things spoke this book tour. This business personal issue me than having right now. There's three creative projects that I'm knee deepen that I will be able to share in a little while but not just yet all this stuff happening and then out of everything anything and this was a nice reflection for me to all of these things what actually is bringing me of peace. What is what is helping me feel ordered and centered entered inside of myself. I'm the one answer to that. This Crystal Clear Is Yogurt Girl Foundation. We Launch Girl Foundation a couple of days ago if you follow me on social social media on instagram. I'm sure you've followed along ended up. A big launch party at the studio and yes is a lot of work. I'll share a little bit more in a second but there's something about this project. That's different from everything else because it brings me a sense of peace. It brings me a sense of calm and that is a I think a really important thing for all of us to remember that whatever we feel like we're drowning in stuff whenever we feel unsettled happy a really beautiful wonderful way to turn that around is to look up and away from our own ship to look up and away from our own day today the stuff we this is just the reality of the human condition we are all of us are very self-centered. I am very self-centered. I can get very stuck in what I am doing. What's happening in my world and what's happening in my business la. La La my family my this that you know we are. We are human beings. It's it's very a normal but whenever we are moving through something that's challenging us. The best way to shift out of that space is to look up and then realized there was a whole wide world out there of other people who are who are you know living completely different realities than you are and the thing that's making you complain a lot right now or the thing that isn't feeling good or the thing that you're trying to settle in your life understanding other people's life scenarios just opening your eyes to other people's realities is. GonNa make that issue shrink immediately immediately. It's going to gain you some perspective right. It's GONNA director awareness toward the things that you have in your life that are actually Salih working as opposed to being really stuck and focused on the things that aren't and launching over Girl Foundation for me. It's been two years of of work and almost you know we worked on it for so long now for so long it's two years November. Two thousand seventeen almost exactly two years November twenty seventeen eighteen. I decided to launch this foundation that this is the direction we're going to go and it's been two years of work and now the foundation is officially launched and live and you know people are donating and we have a website and we have a project that we're moving toward all of that. That's how long that took for an immediate immediate. EST mediatised as myself. That's pretty pretty impressive to have a project kind of idling right or happening behind the scenes for that amount of time before launch and your foundation is a foundation centered around helping women and children that have suffered through abuse trauma poverty neglect anything that's challenging. You know making growth really really really hard to find two years ago. I have a podcast episode about this this. I don't recommend you listen to it because it's horrible not the podcast per se but the the story of what happened in Aruba. I'll share shared very very briefly now without out getting into the heart stuff but a five year old boy was brought into the emergency room here on the island by his own mom. She said that he had fallen at the playground and he was complaining the planning that he was in pain and he had when they took him in they discovered he had the the extent of his injuries. Were just inexplicable. He had been the he had bones that have been broken for months right not tended to he had been basically tortured his whole life and and died the next day by the extent of his injuries and when this was uncovered all of a sudden they realized that this in this fifty minutes from my house this this family lived fifteen eighteen minutes away from where I live when this all was uncovered of course it became this huge thing in the press people could not believe and it was because it was so gritty right it was so awful so unspeakably awful what happened to him and it was all over the press and then they realized that his his daycare that oh he has a little brother either but he hasn't been here for a while and there had been no follow-up whatsoever. He just stopped showing up. I think the parents said he's sick not feeling well and he stopped coming to school and there was no follow up. There was no no one you know went to his house. There was no no action taken from there and you know the whole island had I think three days where the whole island was looking for him. He was missing missing missing and after three days they found him buried in the back of his parents house so he actually passed away from his injuries. He was three years old. He had passed away from his injuries before his older brother so these these two boys lived in this horrific reality right their whole lives from from being born with just unspeakably horrific and this unearthed in Aruba by this massive issue of child abuse massive massive massive issue of child abuse that isn't spoken about that isn't talked about that isn't in the media that isn't public knowledge and it's combination of several things one. It's really hard to talk about. It's really hard to absorb. Just me telling this abbreviated light version of the story. I'm sure it's hard to listen to for you. I'm sorry if it is and I'm also grateful that you are listening because it's important that you listen to living on a small island. Everybody knows everybody right. Everyone knows every family so there's been you know for forever for for for decades for. I am thinking centuries. This idea that you know whatever whenever something terrible is unearthed that you keep it to yourself right. You don't WanNa shame shame another family. Everybody knows everybody's. There's always someone who has some connection to someone else and there's this mentality of sweeping everything under the rug even by mental health professionals nationals even at the hospital even by the police because that's how small this community is and sometimes that has happened on behalf of the children. There has been this idea that you you know. This child is going to grow up living in the small community. You don't want that child to carry the stigma of having been abused right or having grown up in an abusive home because everybody knows everything. It's impossible possible to keep things contain on in such a small community but what that has done is its cap the cycle of abuse ongoing forever. It doesn't end so this happened in November. I shared about it in social media. I cried myself to sleep. I think for three weeks easily. Oh my God okay Yeah I. This is fucking shit but I think about these boys like I think about that. I see their faces. This had their picture. US made screen saver for for months on my phone. Just I can talk about the situation. You know like this is the reality ability and broad strokes and that's okay. I can share that not fall apart but I can't think about them. You know he's little boys. I can't because there might fall apart. Doesn't I can't continue this fucking podcast so it is is a really hard thing to talk about hand. The fact of the matter is that this is something that's really common in every country country of this world. It's common in Sweden. We have the stadium Sweden that it's the perfect country one of the best countries in the world. It's estimated that the three kids in every class is sexually abuse at home in Sweden in the United States. Four children die from child abuse every day every day and seventy percent of those kids are under the age of three four kids every day in the US. It's it's it's a problem that exists everywhere and it's a problem. That's you know way bigger than just one single case but what happened for me. When this kind of became apparent it became this huge thing in the media. I didn't know right. I spent ten years in a robot focusing. All of my service work on animals here. You know I have sergeant pepper's friends. It's the biggest animal rescue organization in Aruba. We founded that from scratch. We have an animal shelter we focus on the animals because I didn't know the I felt almost like men however I spent so much time pouring money time energy awareness social media posts all this stuff about the animals and there's kids dying on this island fifteen minutes away from my house you know of course you know as a soul human being I'm. I'm not responsible for this but I have a lot of influence. I have a lot of power. I have a lot of go it me right a lot of driving meet to make a change and immediately. I decided okay. We need to do something now. We need to help these kids. We need to find out what the reality of this of the situation is. Not just a Aruba also in Sweden also in other places of the world and it turns out the reality is way worse than I could have done. I could possibly ever imagined so. The reason took us so long to launch this foundation. You'll recall foundation the point of it for me for everything that yoga girl does your girl as me. You know me as a person. Sonja regards the Brown community or girl the platform everything we do. You know whether it's retreats programs or you know. INSTAGRAM impose were if we release products or events like whatever it is that we do within the Yorker Platform. Everything needs to be leading or moving towards your foundation that every single thing we do has a purpose right everything so we decided who immediately or I decided to immediately to donate ten percent of every single everything every product that we sell every shirt resell every retreat we do every teacher training we do immediately goes through. Google Foundation to help kids in need and we added women in there because the mothers are often in these situations so so so often often very rarely. I mean we know women are very rarely perpetrators but very often also victims in these situations and it took us two years to get to a place of actually really being able to launch because one. There's no statistics to be found when we started. We've done one hundred fifty three interviews with a hundred and fifty three professionals on this tiny little.

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"heart" Discussed on Heart of This City

Heart of This City

09:05 min | 11 months ago

"heart" Discussed on Heart of This City

"The point where supporting her with words just wasn't doing doing it it. It started even to me sounding a little like formulaic. I'm sorry i'm sorry i'm sorry back in two thousand eleven eleven and twelve. I decided that one of the things i'm i love to do and i'm pretty good at is public speaking so i wrote this book every leadership and i started doing a keynote speeches and i give one hundred percent of my gross speaking fees and one hundred percent of the proceeds to honor my wife life and i do it for brain cancer research the organization which i love is head for the cure. They're actually in downtown. Kansas city sixteen o seven oak an extraordinary organization founded by matt anthony in his family because matt lost his brother to a brain tumor in two thousand and three. It's got a a staff now that it's grown to probably fifteen people. It's centered around five k. events but it's now expanding but it was kansas city the only at one point in two thousand nineteen. There's going to be twenty eight cities. The organization raises millions of dollars and i love it that is a that is what our families supports because of the anthonys and because of personally my wife chris and her illness and so that adds a level of drive and want to win and personalization to everyone of my speeches choose that i think puts an edge to it. That's good <hes> it makes me want to do it. I i rarely to be very fair. I i'm not sure i've ever been hired to speak speak because i give the money to charity. It is a factor if there are five factors. It's the fifth one it's on the list but but it's not the fifth one because if you're running a business and end i've been hired several times by cisco systems. They love my message. I get a chance to speak it to their senior. Leaders and talk about culture leadership. They are ecstatic that i give the money that they pay me to charity but that is not the reason they choose me. I have to be good at what i do and i have a message that resonates with people so that there's some application in learning for the or but make no mistake they still still think it's very cool and i'm glad they do and i do not come up short when it comes to talking about raising money for charity and so it gives me a form to be able to do that as of today gonna ask. I'm laurie hundred sixty seven thousand dollars doing these speeches. I'm not famous so i tend to get hired for somewhere between three and eight thousand dollars to do a keynote but it's amazing how that mounts up i though but i'd also thousands and thousands of the books and so oh eh managed to total from get real business alone three hundred sixty seven thousand dollars it's gone to the cure and i'm not stopping just in case. You wonder that's awesome. That's awesome. We've never stopped with the energy you have. I can't see you stopping at we can't stopping either and i wanna thank you and appreciate we just lost the family member a couple of weeks ago the brain cancer. Oh my wife's uncle so i i'm sure i appreciate everything that you're doing to give back and so when you were mentioning the three rs that definitely popped in my head about what you're doing to reinvest back in the back in the community routes so harry people want to learn more about you and your books and or head for the cure what what can they go to get more information. Thanks for asking. I left that out and i shouldn't have my website harry. S campbell dot com has the links needed to head for the cure and to amazon to buy the books and to ask me a question or to hire me to speak you can find out my bio if you're interested in where my storage are gonna come from the c._f._o. Would fit as a speaker but harry campbell dot com would i would say the center avid avenue from an organization standpoint head for the cure. Dot org is awesome. Several million more dollars will be raised this year and it is an extraordinarily low. Oh administrative organization with a vast majority of the dollars raised go. They are working dollars that go to help find a cure for four brain cancer and i'm very proud of that and i'm proud of how the organization is run jenna and as the executive director is just amazing using and i don't think i would be involved with it if it didn't have the right cause but it also wasn't administratively run so it was putting a vast majority jordan the money directly into the cause as opposed to paying staff. That's not what we're about and i salute that whole organization. I hope that my third book feeds my soul the way the my first two did and enables me to get a lot of speeches and as long as that happens. I'm going to keep pounding forward because when i started started this i didn't dream that i could get to five hundred thousand but in the next few years i have a chance to have a total of five hundred thousand raised in as a support horton tribute to my wife in the fight that she's gone through. That would be very cool. Were thinking of your wife and the fight that you're the you're going through into the fight what you're going through to to raise the funds. I'm sure i can speak for abraham when i say <hes> that are sold today so we really appreciate you being being read this and spending yvonne mary thanks for joining. I love it. I love you. Thanks guys so we wanna thank campbell round two with harry speaking of airy. What's interesting about harry. It's we've seen the conclusion of the. I don't know if you're a game of thrones fan but it's surprised me a little bit harry and i after a conversation started following each other on social media and he's quite the game of thrones fan. I was like for all this goodness question. We didn't ask him. I need to follow up with him as his his favorite character from game of thrones because as pure heart barry saint like man. That's a dark dark show to be watching. You likes to throw down to his wives. We wanna thank harry again in harry cenex. We'll be talking game of thrones any ronald talk about the the conversation. Will i'm excited. This show is not just relevant. I think he meant to focus on not people in the business world. I think there's a huge niche niche where he's actually addressing all this freelance. People who are in entrepreneurial game mindset is such an important thing. We don't have the right thoughts in the views in the right emotional state. We can't continue to really deal what we're called to doing. If you're in the entrepreneurial game it is such an important thing. Check out his book think it's going to be a really good simple. <unk> doesn't make it very competent very simple in sticky for people to really digest yet but again that book is get real mindset. It's book three of the get real series by harry s campbell so definitely check it out folks so if for abraham and me brent bowen. You've enjoyed today's episode. Go out and subscribe rate the show. Leave us a review on your favorite podcast platform such as apple podcasts spotify spotify stitcher and join us and sharing the values on social media at lincoln local casey thanks again allied global services and all the people who made this episode possible that includes color creative who helped with the logo and the design elements jim consulting aides say hi hi a present carcade marketing present and can't city audiences for hosting us for the interview with that was awesome and we'd be remiss this if we didn't mention and thank the heart of the city courting thank you for for making this a wonderful organization. We appreciate you joining us. Everyone we look forward to connecting with you. Guys take care uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh..

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"heart" Discussed on Heart On My Sleeve

Heart On My Sleeve

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"heart" Discussed on Heart On My Sleeve

"Hub-hub originals hi guys welcome to hotter mice leave. This is my chuck for and you're listening to me on have hopper wherever you go day insecurities either ding dieties we have about off stops these stem from the teams that you wish were different about us a tossed out of benedetti's things we wish we could change you know how the saying goes except the team's gone change in jane detained gone except for example you can change the structure of he'll boy to you aware it decides to stole fact but you can't decide to newsweek overlay bossed whatever skeletons holes is something you need to accept the advice where most see given is that just sweep it under rag in one and when we we do that though skeletons become cracks in the foundation of minds and and that is why you have to sit down with dropbox and whatever hot brecon being it had big smart sit down and have a conversation with it what worked lucked out what didn't who are the people that you stood who graduates against what we have one shortcomings and how these affect you duty eddy this whole process is quite scary for most no one wants to be left at bossed all the embarrassing arcing childish obnoxious things one's done but until you do your foundation will always be wobbly wobbly accepting of it also includes forgiving yourself and those that have hockey so what happens bins when one address these insecurities the jail there again heads and come out in front of other people we become toxic drag hanging out with us and ironically we end up spending all of those around us exactly what we are insecure about. You'll find that the most confident set ashore people the most successful ones and i don't mean just want a dare successful but but boy drowned successful have nothing to prove to anyone they are the ones who won't ever brag about themselves in fact you'll be hard pressed to get them to talk about their compliments disarming humble and i'm much more interested in what so you have to say didn't walk around with an order was activity and often talking to them. You feed inspired happy and good about yourself. You may not even be aware that you are insecure. The following are some of the biggest indicators of insecurity beeper people who wants to try to feel superior by deliberately bringing down on those ones obese but what is in obvious is when it's done in the form of a mean-spirited backhanded compliment all when this person has a goal <unk> in an indirect manner by making fun of being critical not good about someone else's shortcomings shortcomings set up eerily similar to yours beeper who relentlessly talk about them says then lives there gum treatments and how incredibly busy nick constant need complement themselves and by for on any appreciation from our those people who try to one up you on everything. Take you save people who take offense in the most harmless of instances. This lot believes that everyone is trying to have have a go at them and then to believe the west did not those beeper who'd go to any lengths to please others the would note it doesn't exist in that dictionaries people who take your health and then pretend as though the whole situation never got and was all them on people who demonize other beeper without even knowing them properly complain is these people blame our voice for everything and anything that goes wrong in their lives. The fog is nevertheless as you go over to s- list be conscious first and foremost be about if and when you do these things it's it's natural to be insecure every once in awhile what's important is that you nip these tendencies in the but it's when these tendencies gumma bought of your bus ninety is when you're in trouble. No one wants to be a dog person but it's the easier option instead of facing your own shortcomings in working on improving it is much easier to bring those around you down and two point the best laws but the thing is you only have so much dying every day and you only have so many days in your knife you can in either use that same amount of time to build the life of your dreams and b the bus in you've always wanted to be all you can shit on everyone. Manos who's trying to live their lives and be that bussing change argos. The only person you can change is as yourself and that's why learning to do with insecure people is as important as checking your own insecurities and so it's important to understand why insecure people do what they do and in norway feel that any of it is on you on stand back act when someone talks about how busy they are all the time. They are most trying to convince themselves. A busy bus in doesn't need it down with that. They're busy the walk instead on making time for you. Despite the busy shut do i'm sure bill gates are internally during go around telling people just tau busy their lives are and how they are the c._e._o.'s of their respective companies and how important they are instead. They spend their time. I'm trying to do some good in the world when someone tries to pull you down. It's because something about you makes them. Fina go through you are above them when someone's always talking about themselves how great they are and how good they look how hard they walk. It's either the grizzly actively the opposite or they believe store. No one else notices just how amazing the believe they are. They desperately desperately wanted to be seen on hot for not insecure a bad moment when they tried to pull you down is the highlight of de instead instead of feeding <unk> few stories about doing that. The insecurities of adores bleed your dis. Be it a close friend. Cloudy audie classmate acquaintance. Don't get me wrong beyond have stuff but acknowledging what it is and then making peace with it or or doing something to change your situation is the only way forward his team for it is that the nas ting insecure a boston wants is to let those around him on new that they have a complex about something when they behave in complicated irrational way the order that ugliness that they are feeding on the inside out there for everyone to see it sucks but what we try to hide the most comes out the loudest and all the other person needs to do is bid dimension to what you're seeing your body language and your deepest darkest fails in insecurities are now public. Knowledge has a small be gap fussed dhakal your own insecurities do your behavior. Do you brag. Do you put others down. Do you complain all the time. Do you use those weaknesses against them. Do you take offence easily. Do you talk about how busy you are all the time. Are you a beep liza. Are you ungrateful to those who help you identify their emotions surrounding this behavior. Is it angle sadness. Do you feed hot now. Understand why so you feel these emotions. Did something happened in the bossed that affects you delete. Did that ticket a bus in hot to harm you. Do you see under confident about yourself on your abilities now honesty mika list of your during securities or the system as many as possible g._d._p. This list and next to each one havoc inc and then decide whether it is something that you have to accept or something that you want to change once you accept may need you definitive annual south on the ones. You've decided to change. Come up with an action plan for how you intend to do that. This whole process may take a wide but it is a way of focus should be not on your insecurities. That's one bought do is dealing with insecure beeper. The fos- team is spotting them. Gye out this litmus-test with everyone in your life. How do you feel after spending cutty minutes with that bussing it. Don't on-sell elitist related inspired content. Happy motivated if it is than spend more time with these people and trying to find more people like them. If you're onset is neutral board. Whatever don't got these people out but reduce the dime that you spend with them. I if you're on so is.

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"heart" Discussed on Heart of This City

Heart of This City

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"heart" Discussed on Heart of This City

"This is Abraham Jin Abe how you doing today doing well during well Yeah Yep busy week last week it was it was pretty busy. Busy life is always like a grind always grinding always always US yeah we want speaking of somebody that hustles and folks didn't hear our first episode we WanNa Thank Matt Anthony. He's constantly hustling and so the chief emeritus folks if you haven't listened to that initial episode with chief emeritus of via mail wine arm at Anthony you want to check that out some fabulous storytelling going on in that in that episode so in our second show we've got another guest who likes the hustle and and talks about a lot about culture in values and so if individuals haven't heard us before share a little bit about our values values are so important and I think you know one of the guys always told me that if you don't know your values you don't know your people one of the things that we really want to continue to trumpet our values in so really first one is connection. If we can connect next nominee on the online platform we love to connect also on offline and really WanNa create authentic space for people to actually curate community second place is really the aspects of cultivation rib believed that professional development of people in critique curing a growth growth mindset is so important in development of our community. The third thing is collaboration when they look at what we're doing essay tongue critique. Let's just collaborate you know if you see something. That's actually good come on. Bring your strength than we WANNA act to do it together and so oh really everything that you see Lynton Local K._c.. And just what we're seeing with his heart of the city podcast it's through pure collaboration and really at the end of the day it's all unto impacting our community and really if we can't actually built this community Kennedy and actually feed into this community of good. We believe that it's not worth it at the end of Dan so really need to local Casey's all about this and there was a line you had in there about bring your strength and let's do it together <unk> <unk> at our guest today. I can't think of a better guest to actually live and breathe that mindset and that guest is Harry s Campbell Former C._e._o.. Several companies was an executive at both sprint and Walmart ullmark some great storytelling to share with us around that culture mindset. He's talking about not only how to create it but also how to get the rest of the team to live it and he's got a story the I think I was crying in Latin deers of of bad culture but in laughter of that store equitably that story as so it's creative how yet to engage the whole team in regards to really building culture there yeah created Wilson surprised for something I would have not expected people to have great yellow bride around and so folks you'll have to listen to the interview to understand this t shirt he had his it was the Cherif Sheriff Prize for a campaign. He was running in one of the stops. I think it was his Walmart. Stop right a think. It was actually sprint. Was it's brand. Yes maybe maybe it was. Maybe it was sprint so or maybe maybe the story followed him to sprint. We'll we'll have to you off to listen to to know the real scoop so everything to know about Harry. He's about a realist person as you can get and he's got to get real book series and last time when we spoke spoke with Matt you learned a little bit about head for the cure based here in Kansas City Harry s Campbell is also involved with head for the gear and he speaks a little bit about it as well has a very personal story tied to that which this is a two part episode we spent we enjoyed our time with Harry so much that you're GonNa get a portion of this really round the culture aspects and this first interview and episode but definitely come back for round to to hear about his book series and his personal connection at for the cure and speaking of connections this episode wouldn't be possible without the partnership we have with allied global services a multi disciplined recruiting partner Alad Global Services Focuses on truly understanding your needs to identify assess and delivered top talent across their specialized practices to learn more visit allied global services dot now in our guest has been a president for two fortune five hundred companies co owner of an award-winning Small Business C._E._O...

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"heart" Discussed on Heart On My Sleeve

Heart On My Sleeve

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"heart" Discussed on Heart On My Sleeve

"On. You're listening to me on how this shot episode stead. You guys addicted. They'd better by story. I spend the bus fourteen years my night in china nigeria on moscow long story short my dad used to walk with lodge <unk> until he quit his job in two thousand and eight to follow his lifelong passion in the stock off market and that's when we moved back to india going up in these obscure amazing cities made for a wonderful uninventive food giant hood guide the wild thornberrys interesting but by the end of it i switched dense in schools and i had no idea where home what's the not flu was the hottest in me. This led to me developing. I'm unhealthy relationship with food and for about a year and a half. I was just really lost in life then on a sunny morning coming in two thousand ten. My dad knocked out in front of me. We rushed to the hospital and after a week of intensive death we found out out that he had a heart condition when hard times hit you're faced with do options i would retreat into a corner unprotected as nothing is happening. All you blame yourself up and take charge of your life. I did not go. I'm fifty. I became responsible young adult at home. We change our lifestyle in dire need. I'm wardens of health and living mindfully has ever since been said into my head. I graduated from school and went to university not where i did my become on us by stint in delhi so far had been quite the letdown a series of unfortunate events as inactivated one year into college. I knew something had to change move into. The state seemed logical at the time so i gave my g mocked and was planning on a blind too few defraud n._b._a. M._i._m. programs when the most amazing thing happened an live took a very different done. I.

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

The Heart Life

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

The Heart Life

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

"Being vulnerable so it's really a brave and strong thing to do. Oh yes but it's also necessary absolutely so I won't say one person that'd be great one person at a time what has has living with heart disease or even having survived your stroke taught you taught you about yourself taught you about life your family your support system. What are some of the lessons that you think you've learned just from your experience Well to talk about my relationship with my my husband we got really close and always longed for that and because we were all with a limited distance and doing certain stuff and you know you care about music music what I used to care about a materialistic stuff and you know get missing getting that. I no longer really craig stuff like that. I just wanted to live in a moment. I mean we never took vacations Intel about three years ago after my event so you know we take our vacations we enjoy each other so it's all about being present and living in the moment just enjoying taking every day and not taking anything for granted because everything of goal less in a matter of seconds because sometimes it does so this is about living and enjoying feeling love reciprocating that love and don't be intruder yourself. It's a really really the journey and it's a good if you learned adapt and just you know I love yourself and loving being office wasn't Sufa me and I found the strength to hear enough myself. I it's all about self care right now because I'm putting myself I. I never did that. It was all about Nicholson husband's okay. My son is okay. My daughter's okay and I got the the limit for the last of everything but no I'm not okay. They're not okay. If I can't take care of of myself I designate. Can't take care of them. What are you thankful for? I am thankful for life and thankful from breathing resume and I wake up but I go for my walks around five thirty in the morning and I am so. It's like conquer today because there was one point I couldn't even make it out of my bed so every morning. I wake up with his deal to say yes. I'm a conqueror from thankful for life. Absolutely it's it's the small things and you know the life as just the alternative. We don't want so just any day that you're alive is a good day So I get that now. We talked about how you've Shifted your mindset. Changed Your Life if you're healthy you're exercising but we're humans right so I know you try to live a healthy life and you're eating up your Brussels sprouts but do you have any guilty pleasures things that you just love and you know it's not good but you still indulge not really uh-huh oh we perfect. It's not that I'm perfect. I just know that if I do something like my husband that they went through who Who together than I really like that restaurant but I hadn't fries? I'm not going to eat that because I know what it's GonNa do to me and I feel it's like if I eat greasy I feel it so I try not even go there. I try to be you know. That's as good as I. You can do with eating and I'm really conscious of. Hey this is not good. I'll probably is my son if I take him to McDonalds. They'll have one fry but I would not no I don't even even think even want I don't want to be on the operating table again. I that's great. That's great and congratulations. That you've been able to stay on track you know and on living in your purpose in really being focused on on your goal and your path. So that's a great thing. I've failed so many times but I keep trying the hard but necessary right. So what do you like to do for fun right. I go a lot of US bents now now with my girlfriends and stuff you look for like social events to go deal which I never did before because I have a lot of free time now and I go Johnson Bookstore. We go to social events and just hang out and you know I you know. Sometimes I go for lunch. We have lunch dates. Sometimes I may I have a Amending Hartz I'd do a hospital so I try to keep my activity. I try to keep productive as possible. Now there are days that I can't give bed except for bad day right. I work my work around. Oh wait can you talk about the importance of having support and a support System for somebody either living with a chronic illness somebody who survived a stroke heart disease. How important it was to you? Ah for your recovery. Just to have your tribe and your network he is going to tell. You didn't shoot when I got there was so much more than my husband. He's young Um you know I'm young enough like okay. How are we going to make this work and and you know tell you? The I had a really good job and I was making great income and all of a sudden everything shift in. I'm like what am I gonNA do. How we're GONNA make tips on the finance aspect? I and There that was worried and just kill back a lot and you know I told my daughter. Hey we don't live in what we need avenue so you know like and you know I was like I'm so amazed you know. Hey actually years ago you know. We're on one income now with you know my my longest is safe. I'm happy stuff I I don't really worry too much about that. They said we stopped really spending and now on a relationship aspect. It's really hard because I always despaired that my husband would leave me. You know being so vulnerable being so sick we have to rely on this person thirty stuff. I did not really want him to deal. More steamy in a state and you try to ward off that there was some days that I couldn't play. Thank God and you know I We were not doing it for mum it was just a hug or kiss and that was enough for him and I thank God that our relationship is so much that that I mean we are. We are more sexually towards these as we listen to each other me talks a bit too much because he gets on the a lot of these things. I'm doing too much if I go to the genie back back. Why did you go to boot camp and that the half the size our relationship is in a better day and I think we we went into a vacation Schnitzel last year and we just pretend losses we got away from the situation right so we find some intimacy Mathie that losing lost so I really William grateful for that? Oh that's wonderful wonderful to hear so as we wrap up. Is there anything else else that you would like to share that. I have not asked you. It's so important that women know that numbers. I'm a big proponent for going to the doctor talk to you a one see your cholesterol level your blood pressure. It's so vital that she knows these numbers. I went to the doctor. We haven't who said I feel. I said professional patient not not exactly. You can't just go alternate doctor and he said Oh let me right to the subscription. No you have to be very active. The question Dr. Make sure you leave your lab results and know what's going on. You have to be an advocate for yourself because they may miss something you never know so important. Everyone's kick accountability on a diversity for her life. Start doing some stuff going to be a little selfish. But it's all about self care. I absolutely great great great advice and to all you out there listening There's so many tools out there online on the American Heart Association website on the go red for women website. So there's a lot of information out there that you can read up on So when you go to the doctor you know the right questions to ask you know what the risk factors in the symptoms. Dr And you really have to be your own advocate to really and listen to your body's because no one knows your body better than you do all right so we will wrap up there so I know you're on social media. Where can we find you? Yes My name is Evil Easy L. Ferguson and also also I had a blog dome with my cousin called living in my moment sharing our story our life like I said we're making can outlet tech is testimony. I'm you've learned to overcome so much that we have the sheer because it's all about reaching one person. Fan created to impact the world wonderful and we'll definitely go find her like in connect to learn more about her journey journey. And you know just to to build a community of survivors and people who are just doing the work to really empowered educate women about the respective for heart disease disease and stroke. Thank you so much for sharing spending time with us here today on the heart life and sharing your Heart Disease Jer App survival journey with us. Thank you so much conveyed.

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The Heart

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart

"Sometimes there's a version of yourself that you don't want to admit. The heart isn't making new episodes right now, we have a glorious archive for you to explore story. I hope that you enjoy the episode that you're about to listen to. If you're dying to know with me and the team are getting up to drugs, go to impress dot org for whispers what's coming next. We're sending out secret things wanted to live a great love story of my own. Welcome. To the heart. It's me Caitlyn pressed. Oh, man. Have I ever missed you. Miss this music, and I miss this land. So me and some of the team PB Wang, Sharon machine. He shiny AVI ram have been working for the last year working really, really hard in my homeland of Canada, Toronto to be exact. And we finally, finally, finally have something to share. The show is called the shadows. In it. Someone named Caitlin who is me, but not me grapples with the question of romantic love the ideal of having it forever. And the question of whether it really exists. If you believe in it, does that mean that it will exist if you fight for it? Does that mean you'll find it. The actual episodes will be coming late September. But in the meantime, you can enjoy this short window into the world that we've created, make sure to subscribe to the shadows feet on I tunes or wherever you get your podcasts. You also follow us an Instagram and Twitter at the shadows CBC more soon. Miss you. Right. Me and my great love have souls that find each other again and again, and again, and again, and what. There's no room because you're raged fills a whole fucking room me and my great love. We'll be together forever. I guess I just always imagined use somebody. Me and my great love are made for each other. I'm trying to meet your standards, but. No, no, not standards. It's it's just basic common sense or something. You rissole mates anyway. Just mean you, how do you define monogamy like, where does it start and where it was like, what's cheating, unquote. We complete each other. Roomy wants said, when love I tasted the lips of being human. It started to sing. Shadows. From CBC podcasts in the press. Radio too. Ex-.

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The Heart Life

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

"There was no no one to talk to? There were no blog. They're I I didn't know anyone that was actually experiencing the same. I'm sure there were but no one was talking about it. And so I I remember one day to kind of breaking down on my bed and just praying to God and saying no this is no life and I I made. I made a promise. What's that that night on my bed when I was just like in fetal position and broken down I? I made a promise that this wasn't going to end with me. God Somehow Oh how could just give me the determination to get healthier. He could help me get healthier than that. I was going to do something good with it and so I got healthy and I was able to turn myself around and so I see it as my my goal in life and what I meant to do is help others get unhealthy and help inspire others to to get up and get healthy because it's scary. It's frightening nothing about it is comfortable and easy. And just if people hear my story and can even relate to it just a little bit they can just fight through that fear and understand that it. The fear never goes away. It never gets better better but you learn to live with it and you learn to adjust strike it down a moment it comes up. And what advice do you have for women. Living with her disease. My advice advice would be one to talk about it to find individuals in their life who are willing to talk to them and help them work through it to just to now I it yourself to have those moments where you break down and you cry because you can't be strong until you just break down into pieces and and in that moment where you are able to actually bring yourself together and start the fight and then I think my next set of advice would be to adjusts not settle with existing to push yourself to truly live life. Whatever that means for that person to just find? There's something in life that they love that they're passionate about into fight for it because that's going to make them better. You mentioned that earlier when you were going through your your journey at least initially didn't have a lot of people to talk to and there wasn't a space right so blogs or instagram to connect to other survivors or a community or as I call it now a movement where it's visible and there people actually living with heart disease who are talking about it. What do you think we can can do to raise awareness because a lot of people are still not aware that heart disease is the number one killer of women in this country again? I think Eh podcast like yours are going to be huge because it it comes down to networking in it. It comes down to finding various groups of people that you can reach out to so so for me. I obviously working with. You is going to be amazing. I work directly with the American Heart Association. I'm working together with Local hospital in my area to get the word out there and again with me. American Ninja Warrior to me. That was going to be the huge platform. Take kind of get my voice out to millions. who either wouldn't wouldn't have heard or never would have known in in the one thing that I've always said does that? I don't want people to remember my name and face. I want them to remember my story and to remember that like the fight is just worth it so yeah networking working. Networking is is key and finding those kind of larger formats to the league. Get Your Voice out there. That is so true because I like you believe that through storytelling right talking and connecting with other women and families and survivors. Then we'll get the word out that look it's it's US right. There's a face at my young person affected by this. Because I know whenever I share my story and the different groups and speaking seeking engagement the one thing I hear all the time but you're so young I'm sure you've heard that. Yep Yep many times like you're so young or oh you're so healthy like a lot of people say oh I'm really sick. I can't do this and I look at them like. Do you think I came from like I always with Bersin. I never thought I could be the person I was. I was sick person. I was sick. Mom that was it right. It is mindset and just having that shift and for everybody it is different but once they're able to make that shift mentally then you know the the world is really yours. What has living with her disease taught you living with heart? Disease has taught me that. I'm really blessed and I know that probably sounds Really funny because I I've been through a lot and I've I've gone through a lot of really scary experiences but if I didn't have heart to even had I not gone through do that moment of realizing that like I guess realizing how nonchalant I went about life I would never be taking in the moment says I do like every coming hug and kiss my son now. I I know it could be the last minute I do that. And every time I hug my fiance or say good night to them. I know that can be the last time and I think because of that. I've surrounded myself with so many amazing people who believe in living life in moments and and you just you stop taking advantage of of people and situations you just you just know that nothing can be taken for granted and I feel so blessed to be living the bank the life that I do because I I know everything can get taken away in an instant and in when you know that you do you live life to the fullest and it's incredible credible amen to that So before we wrap up any final thoughts is there anything. I haven't asked you that you would like to share with us. I think the last piece of invites that I would give to anyone going through. This is just not to give up the fight and if they find something in life that scares them to to to chase it because when you chase your that when you end up on on the other side happier than you could've ever believed that is so true. And and where can we find you molly. We WanNA connect with you on social media. Yeah so I am on instagram under Mali Hemp Hill climbs. And then I also have a website which is heart for adventure dot Org And I kind of use that as a platform to to reach got to others and Try to try to let others know things. I've gone through her patient. Absolutely great and with Europe era platform and just reaching out and continuing to be an advocate. And speaking more people will become aware. And it's great to that you are active your physical. Oh you're living your life and other people look at that. And they're like Oh my God. I WANNA do that too. So it's just amazing that you're able to turn your story and to use that to motivate rotate you and ultimately to impact other people's lives and it's a great thing and I only hope that I can help a lot of people and and one thing that I always say is a dog. Don't reach out for people to let I want people to reach back out to me and I respond that everyone that does whether it's email on my side on on instagram. I just I always connect absolutely.

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

The Heart Life

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

"Doing rock climbing competitions and I am competing again a lot of really good rock climbers and and I'm like keeping up with all of the men that I know that rock climb and so at that point I submit another video for American Ninja Warrior. And and I. I sent that to them to to kind of showcase what I've been doing as well as the work that I'm doing with American Heart Association so they know more about me and my background sure enough early this year. I got the call that said that I made it on American enjoy warrior. That's awesome. Is it for this current season. Yes Ah so the run through of the show It was for the La Qualifiers. It was in the back lot of Hollywood studios and it happened on March march six however I let them producer and casting director. Now that I couldn't do it because they had to have shoulder surgery and so they were. They were falling doing my instagram and they. They knew that I had injured my shoulder from rock climbing. I for my Laborem and completely detached. My Mike biped up how hard I've been training know. Reserve your spot for next season. You're guaranteed a spot. Yes yes they did so they let me know. Have your surgery. He'll up train. Come back next year. I told my son I'm like no like I got the call I made it and my son told me mom you don't need to prove anything you made it on the show you did episode your promise but for me I want to step on that stage Asian I wanNA run through that obstacle course my goodness but how green is a to set a goal work hard to achieve that that goal and to finally get it even though you didn't make the run because of your shoulder but to actually get selected and get the Call Hall to achieve your goal and to have your son say you did it mom the ad that was huge when I when I got the phone call I was just in complete clete tears and I was in complete shock just because of everything that I had gone through to get here I. I don't know if I ever believed that it would happen. Bend but somewhere along the way it got the point where I believed that I could do and in through this whole process. I I no longer need to take heart medication because because of the physical activity in the cardio that I put into this from just pushing myself like a normal athlete fix some of those electrical issues. So it's really really rare that I ever have arrhythmia point and my resting heart rate. which used to be a hundred beats per minute is now about seventy beats per minute so it's pretty incredible to let's see how even with heart disease I was able to strengthen it and I I do have a cardiac device now So I had that towards the end of last year and until I was out for a few weeks but y'all got back into climbing and it it does definitely hasn't stopped me from from doing anything or training and in fact I run a lot faster astor now than I used to do. which is pretty cool? So molly how do you keep yourself motivated during difficult times because it sounds like you're pretty motivated. Automated screw it. I'm just going to do what I want. I'm GonNa live my life and be happy about it but but how do you keep that energy going. I think it's because of everything everything that I went through like having having a bad marriage where where I had someone. That wasn't supporting me wanting to get healthy. It just threw me off like I have to do this for myself. And I'm going to do it and I had a lot of people in my life that didn't believe in me and I think because there is a lot of people that didn't believe believe me it just kind of like it. was that that plane that just kind of let that fire now like while I'm going to do it like watch me do it and I just put in the work and I just ate really clean and started eating food that fueled my body that fueled my heart and even after shoulder surgery. I I still don't know when I can climb again. It's going to be a handful of months. And so for her two weeks after surgery I was told you can't do anything and I. I was personally really afraid that I kind of get like a little depressing kind of go into that dark space like what I did when I was sick but those two weeks were actually pretty great rats from normal. Aw workload that I put myself through with with training inside Kinda sat on my couch for for two weeks and and Bend Watch the office which was great it was a really great too weak and then after that I talk to my physical therapist. I'm like okay. What can I do so she said well? You can do a stationary bike. And I was like. Oh my gosh really and and so I had to figure out how to make it fun so like okay. Let's do thirty minutes on the stationary bike. So I did that. And then the next day it was okay. Well I'm going to increase the intensity do thirty minutes. And then the day after that I decided to increase the intensity and do forty five minutes and so every day. I just kind of everyday through my recovery from my shoulder. I've made a game of what I've been doing because nothing about me loved stationary bike and nothing about me. Love running that kind kind of made games of everything like seeing how fast I can run and in seeing how long it can go on the stationary bike at a higher intensity and it's again made made my heart stronger because the other day went out on a run for two miles in my face was nine minutes fourteen seconds. which for me? It's back like I don't think I've ever done table. The eleven minute mile let alone over over two miles so I was were made really fast as well because I'm somewhere at fourteen minutes and so when I when I kind of I am seeing this and I've been a little sad about the fact that I can't climb I am but I'm seeing these other challenges that I've never looked at like especially with running. I'm like okay. Well how much can I push myself over three miles and so for me again. It's just it's a game and I think to myself will. How can I make this fun? What can I do to push myself? How can I make myself better stronger? And I'm like in the best cardio shape I've ever been in because I've taken that time away from climbing wall my shoulder he'll just focus on my heart and Cardio Oh and pushing myself and my legs are just. They're so sore there though that. That's great do you sometimes feel After going through everything you've gone through that you could just do anything like 'cause I know for me. I use that as fuel so when I'm up against thank you know a challenge or stressful situation or just live struggles everyday struggles and challenges. That comes or way I literally say to myself I self. You've been through to open heart surgeries. You'll be okay. Do you use that sometimes to motivate yourself to push through. Yeah absolutely the I I use that all the time because I in fact I have a a necklace that I wear. That says unstoppable. And I don't wear it because I'm arrogant or or cocky I wear it because I know that there are things in life. That could stop me. I mean they're unforeseen thing But as long as I'm pushing as long as I'm trying like nothing can stop me and so when I have things that come my way I just I pushed right career whether it's work or that happened in my personal life. I always remember like I been through Helen back with my sickness. And I've been through hopelessness. I've been through my heart stopping and not being able to do anything like I can get through this and again it's just for me. It's motivation in and because of that I don't give myself excuses I think the biggest thing if I'm tired if I'm exhausted because maybe my heart got kind of have a good workout the day before instead of saying note. I'm going to take the day off. I say Noah I'M GONNA push my heart a little bit harder because it needs to be stronger and I just I push rush myself and I don't let being tied or not feeling good the in excuse for me why sharing your heart disease survivor's story with other women important to to you for me. It is really important because I again. I understand how isolating it was in. When I was sick like years ago there was.

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

The Heart Life

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

"Stats. They immediately immediately brought me to the back and I was given a realm which for anyone who's been to the emergency room is hard to instantly get in there so that should have kind of hit me off that something bad was going on so after you got your room in the emergency room did did yes? You had an idea that okay. This is probably more serious than I thought but wasn't alarm bells at that point for you know at that point. I didn't even have alarm bell that it was more it just kind of nervousness of. Oh well what are they going to do. And how are they GONNA slow my heart down I it didn't hit me until I had the bunch of people rush into the room and Doctors and nurses told me that I was in a really dangerous Arrhythmia and that they had had to stop my heart which again being? I was only twenty five years old at the time. And I'm looking around thinking like what do you mean you. We need to stop my heart lake. Don't you just give people medicine for this I didn't realize that it was dangerous. And here. I am like two and a half hours. After it started did dealing with this really bad arrhythmia not realizing that it could have killed May. So I'm I'm sitting there and and they bring in this. Really strange into the medication is called Edina seen And it comes in an injection. And and what they have to do they have to Just put it through intravenously genius. They push it down really hard to get it to go through your veins quickly and so they came in. They did that and I just remember this horrible horrible Russia's pain across my head. I felt like I was on fire. I have this horrible headache and then a pain across my chest down my arm down down both legs and I remember trying to like Moan in pain but I couldn't even get a noise out and That didn't stop might do that. That didn't slow my heart down like it like it should have. It stopped my heart but when my heart started beating again is still in a really dangerous arrhythmia so they decided after after that to Double the dosage. They did that again and again. Just the intense pain across my face and my head down my arm can leg and I just remember just feeling absolutely horrible and it just it completely takes the breath out of you And on my heart surgery beating again after that It was still going one hundred eighty permanent and it wasn't flowing. No my God so I have to ask you this. What happens when they stop your heart or you still conscious? Yeah so when they stopped your heart you are still conscious when it happens I think for some people they they deepak out But I was. I was conscious because it. It's a very short period of time. I think it's somewhere between like one and three seconds When your heart stops and and so for me staying awake through that it was the Mojo intense pain? I've ever been through in my entire life. It it's a feeling that I I can't really describe but it it was really scary. It was really really scary. It sounds terrifying so that did not work the second time after they doubled up on the dosage so At that point they left the room. I came in like just a couple minutes later. And that's when they let me know. I know that they needed to cardioversion me. The doctor gave me a piece of paper and and explain that Like one of the things could happen. That that The cardioversion will stop my heart and bring it back to a normal rhythm. It could stop my heart and then begin in an even more dangerous arrhythmia or won't start again and so he explained that the waiver that I needed to sign a acknowledging the fact that I might not wake up after that all my God. That's awful just to be in that situation everything going going on all at once and then having to sign of course I understand that I may die yet and it. It was pretty awful because I I remember like in that moment when I was signing the piece of paper I was thinking about my son at my parents house and how I just kind of nonchalantly like hugged him and kissed on like I didn't it in my head out of the twenty five year old. I didn't realize that that could have been the last time my son saw me and I knew that because he was so little there's just he wouldn't have even remembered me AF I didn't make it and having to go through all of those things and my head really brought to life the importance of of living in moments and. I don't think that most young people realize that until you go through a situation where you you realize that your life could just be gone in an instant absolutely we absolutely so you signed the waiver and they operated on you yet though I sign the waiver and they use propofol to me too late and then they cardi. We averted me and I woke up. I had these burn marks on my chest and on on my back from them Having Cardio voted me and when I woke up the I was I really happy that I was. I was waking up and I asked them I said did at work. They said Yeah. We think it worked But it was only thirty minutes later. My hurt went back to one hundred. Eighty beats per minute My goodness at that point they had had to give me a special type of Beta blocker. With which is a medication not out kind of relaxes the heart and slow down And and luckily for me that I did work So I was hospitalized after that for a few days while they kind of ran some tests to figure out what was wrong. Where your parents call or you? Did they show up at any point during that whole process. Yes so my son's father was was with me and right before our radio voted. I told them that I didn't want him to call my parents to let them know what was going on until he knew whether I made it or not. Because I didn't want him calling them beforehand and letting them know. Hey this could happen. I would rather have been called afterwards just letting them know what what did occur I just I. I didn't want to worry them and I felt that was the right thing to do to kind of guard them so that way I mean they'd either get a call with good news or bad news rather than having to wait to find out what the news would be right. That must've been awful choice to make but I do understand understand And even in that moment when you were going to your own struggle you were thinking about your parents and protecting them. Yeah absolutely yeah I. I wanted to make sure that they were okay. And I didn't want them having to sit around and wait for a call to find out whether whether or not their daughter was going to be okay so that was successful. You are in the hospital for a couple of days and then discharged home where there any after effects of the procedures and then are there any limitations living with your condition. Yeah so shortly afterward. They ended up removing my thyroid breath because my thyroid was overactive and it was causing a lot of those heart problems. So I had the underlying electrical issue It's an extra pathway halfway creating that really fast heart rate But by removing the thyroid they were really hoping not would fix the problem but it didn't and so for the next three years after that I was in and out of just multiple procedures multiple of leash and that they all echocardiogram to try to figure out if there were other issues creating those additional Kaku as and and finally the decision. Not they they him to. Is that the additional pathway that was creating my Arrhythmia Because after that point in time I was having arrhythmias every single day multiple. We'll times per day. They realized that they couldn't Ab- laid it. If they did that then it would leave me with a pacemaker and Because I had a really really conservative surgeon at the time he was against doing not I remember waking up from that that particular procedure in him telling me no. We couldn't do you it. We weren't able to a late yo and it was kind of that moment of of hopelessness where I just I had gone. The last three years is not living life. I couldn't even walk up the stairs without my heart going crazy and I was afraid.

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

The Heart Life

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

"Welcome to the heart life with me today. I Have Lisa and Lisa is a stroke survivor. And she's going to share hear her story so it led a different today because usually we talked a heart disease survivors but we know that heart disease and stroke. They are related combined. They're the number one killer of women in the United States and the respecters are pretty much the same. So thank you Lisa for coming on and agreeing to share your story story with us and welcome thank you very much. Thanks for having me and before we get started and jump into your stroke story. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself. Something you want us to know about you. I'm sure my name as you said as Lisa Deck I live in Massachusetts. It's I am a mom of two married and Lucky to be here and lucky to have gone through over half my life as a stroke survivor. So I I'm very very grateful to be here and happy to share my story. Can you tell us what happened when it happened. When did you have your first stroke? My my first job happened. When I was twenty one years old I was just about to graduate from College at American University in Washington? DC and looking back. I had all the signs is in symptoms of a stroke but didn't know stroke could happen to young people I went to one hospital and my left side was numb my arm my leg and a little bit of my face and I had a really bad headache and sensory overload and the first hospital actually sent me home thinking it was a Migraine and I just think that they didn't realize is that strokes could happen to young people After a couple more days and I had some more confusion trouble speaking I actually went to another hospital. And that's when they diagnosed go with a stroke I had to call my parents who are living in Rhode Island and tell them I had a stroke and it was terrifying in scary and really overwhelming coming. Because I didn't know that stroke could happen to somebody a young healthy otherwise healthy woman I just didn't realize that could happen so clearly. It was very shocking. I can imagine a twenty one year old. What was your parents reaction to just to that news? At that time I mean I think it was also complete shock. I mean I've been keeping them in the loop how I didn't feel well but I don't think anybody thought it was as bad as it was and you know they had to fly down urgently to get to me and my mom got lost and it was one of these stories that you always hear but Now that I am a mom I can only imagine the fear that went through them and I don't think when it was happening to me I could think about their perspective because it was all about me at the moment of surviving But now that I'm a mom I can only imagine how terrifying to be for my parents must've been and were they able at that time to diagnose you to figure out what caused us the stroke at such a young age. So this is where my story continues They were not able to diagnose me they eventually released from the hospital. I was able to graduate agitate but I had to do some occupational therapy to get Feeling back in my hand about a couple of months later I went. I started my first job and this ended up being about six months after the initial stroke. I had the same symptoms again and I called my neurologist and he told me I needed to get to the hospital and at this point I had had suffered a second stroke. And they said we're going to admit you until we figure out what is going on. And they tested me for everything. And ultimately the million the end they diagnosed central nervous system vascular which is inflammation of the blood vessels in your brain so I was diagnosed with that disease. And they were guessing edit treatment. You know they weren't exactly sure because it was very rare but they decided on prednisone and blood thinners and cytotoxic boxing chemotherapy It was sort of a full court press on the disease where you twenty one twenty one at this time or was that it was actually I had turned twenty two twenty two that I'm still young. I was working my full job and I think at the beginning of this time. I was clearly the and denial because I was still working and exercising and going to chemo and then go into work. And I I mean I I was pushing it but I think I was just trying to maintain a sense of normalcy over that. The course of this Debilitating Treatment I eventually had a third stroke taking out of work and eventually moved home to my parents in Rhode the island and six months after that last stroke I was actually declared in remission of the disease so this was very much a successful successful protocol at the moment. We all felt pretty secure that I was doing well and I was starting to work my way back to somewhat of Health Health I still wasn't working but I was you know able to. You know go about my daily life again getting back to normal for fourteen years I lived Like that I was a volunteer with the heart association and the strokeassociation volunteering in many different capacities and my story actually continues Mus- In two thousand fifteen three years ago at the age of thirty nine I was serving as an national spokeswoman for the go red for women movement have been of the American Heart Association so I had done a couple of big events and I had kinda launched a facebook page and really was trying to utilize this opportunity eighty to share my story to let people know that stroke doesn't discriminate and stroke can happen to anybody and how important it is to take action and during this time in March of Twenty fifteen my left side went numb again. This was shocking because usually after a day I could rest and it would feel better after day four. I decided I better go back and get it checked yet. When I went to the hospital I was still absolutely shocked that I had suffered four stroke now? Did that your mind at any point. I know you've had that fourteen years of just you know living a fairly normal life and being an advocate but in two thousand fifteen when you started to experience since those symptoms. Did it cross your mind. That possibly could be another stroke. War Did you not want to go with your thinking. You know it's interesting. I must've not. I wanted to go there because I clearly educated in stroke I clearly know the signs and symptoms but for some reason I just assumed it was a blip. I thought maybe maybe I don't know I was too tired. I was you know I still just didn't really expect. I would ever have another stroke and maybe again. It was just positive the thinking but I was. I was thrown for a loop by that it. Yeah and I think it was also a different stage. You know when you're a twenty one year year old single person and who's relying on your parents to take care of you now at thirty nine. I have two young children. I have a husband My parents are still here. But you know it it's a different different situation And it quickly escalated to an even more serious situation which I'll get to in a minute but I think the first thing I thought about when I had this fourth stroke was not myself but how to handle my children. How do I take care of them? How can I be there for them? It suddenly really wasn't only about me. It was more about them. And that was a new perspective and a new reality Being a mother and in having a serious problem during those fourteen years were you living in fear that you may have another stroke or because you were in remission at that point. Did you think that you know that whatever happened happened. And now you're looking forward and it's probably not going to happen again. I wish I could say the ladder but I think there has always been a little bit of fear in me over the fourteen years as much as I say was living a normal life. I still had tons of fatigue so I would need to rest often. I would still occasionally have what I now look back on his Tiaa. I thought they were. Just you know. Weakness or numbness or moments mints of seizure activity small things and I just always thought they were the residual from their earlier strokes and but to say I didn't. I didn't WanNa live in fear and I lived for the moment and I lived in every day as much as I can because I knew how precious life was but I think there is always that underlying like what if but I I would stuff it down and not think about that because it didn't do me any good to really worry so it's two thousand fifteen and you suffer the fourth four stroke. Yes and interestingly enough I was at a different hospital. I had moved to Massachusetts now and I was at a different hospital and the doctor said I think I'm GONNA have one more test but I want one neuro interventional radiologist to do it. I I think he needs to take a look at your skin so we had to wait a couple of days but he eventually did the scan and I walked into that office with my old films all my am. I films which some people listening may not even realize that films used to have to be printed and you carry around in these big yellow envelope so I had a whole stack of them. From my years. In my twenty s I brought those all to this neuro interventional radiologist and after looking at him right before I went in for my angiogram program. He said I don't think you have. I think you have Moya Moya disease and within moments I went under to go for the test and when I awoke woke he told me yes. You have moyer disease and she needs moines diseases I can it is a rare brain disease. that is narrowing of the middle cerebral artery Moy I mean puff of smoke in Japanese. And that's what the scan looks like. So I picture it sort of like the tree when you look at A brain and you can see all the blood vessels well the blood vessels because the blood can't get through it. They start narrowing and there are a little capillaries that kind of grow but they end up kind of blocking the blood so it ultimately over time decreases the blood flow in your brain so a long time. I did not have enough blood flow and occasionally when I was losing sensation having the stroke broke the blood would stop and it would be schemic stroke because the blood wouldn't get to that area for a certain amount of time so I now know this but at the moment I had no idea what moy it was I heard about about one and I was shocked and he said to me. It's okay. I used to work at the Moya Center at Stanford University so that so now I said yeah and I'm thinking okay. Great there is a star. Moya Moya Center this this is reassuring but then he kind of throws out and you'll probably need brain surgery. What was that moment of utter over? Well I couldn't believe it so over. The course of the next couple of weeks I started started having follow up with the neuro interventional radiologist neurologist neurosurgeon. And I would soon learn that my brain was in such a bad state. I would need not one but two brain surgeries and sort of like a heart Surgery they wanted to do a direct and indirect bypass to my brain so they take a vessel. They move.

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

The Heart Life

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

The Heart Life

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

"Life is unpredictable. That's for sure This is definitely not what I thought. My life was going to be before this ever. I had a lot of different goals and aspirations and I wanted wanted to be any even out of adjusted when I first got diagnosed at fifteen. We'll with my transplant. Fifteen and then when I thought I was going to do something else at twenty and then had to re look at everything again in my mid twenties. You know this is just life and so it's very unpredictable and it is just taught me just to take everything day by day and you know. Just be happy that I'm hearing. Oh you know move forward and see what I can do because it's definitely hasn't been easy Welcome to episode two of the heart light. Today we'll meet Amanda. To Hey sues Amanda is a fun loving vibrant twenty nine year old woman who was born with congenital heart disease she's had multiple surgeries and procedures over the years but she his now let that slowed her down today. Amanda is a proud advocate for the women's heart health movement..

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

The Heart Life

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart Life

"So this episode of the podcast was all about me and my heart story and I promise so you. All the episodes won't be about me. Every week I will be interviewing a differen- heart disease survivor. And it's going to be in the format of an interview and I have of my producer here with me Sarah and she will interview me so you can have a sampling of some of the questions. And the things that will be discussing with her Guests going forward. So what would you say has been your lowest point or your biggest fear about your condition so my biggest fear right now is just knowing knowing that I will need another surgery. I know the day's GonNa come. Were I'm going to go in for one of my routine. Follow up appointments with my cardiologist. Just and we're going to have that conversation that it's time that the valve has deteriorated and now we need to go in and do another surgery. So it's something I think about from time to time. And why is sharing your heart story with other women. Something that's important to you. It's important to me because heart disease is the number one killer of women in this country and a lot of people aren't aware of that. I know when I go and talk and share my story. The one thing I the one feedback back I get is that all but you're so young. People are not aware that young people are affected and young women are affected. And I feel that by having these conversations and through this podcast or even just talking and interacting with people just sharing my story it puts a face ace to heart disease so they know okay. Here's someone I know or somebody who shared their experience and if by sharing my story I could get one woman to not really think about her health and think about the changes that she could make in her life just to protect her heart and prevent heart disease. Then it'll be worth it for me. And what advice do you have for other women that are living with heart disease. I think the one thing I will say that don't give up. You know. Just keep keep going try to live a meaningful life within those limitations. I know for me I love to travel and to experience different things and rather than sit and just be worried about the fact that I do have heart disease and I will need another surgery. I've decided to just live my life and still experience the things that I want to experience and have fun with it. So that's what I would say. Still continue to live your life and just have fun and many people are not aware that heart disease is the number one killer women in this country in the US. So why do you think that is. It's it's people think cancer they think breast cancer you know and of course. A lot of women are affected by breast cancer each year but a lot of folks just don't think heart disease is the number number one killer for women because they haven't heard enough stories so I'm hoping through this podcast. We can at least get the word out and by other woman then stepping up and sharing their stories. Then we'll start that conversation and hopefully we'll we'll raise awareness. And what do you think that you are. We can all do together to raise awareness about women and heart disease. I think it's I'm through storytelling. So really just sharing your experience with other folks and just advocacy. You know if you know someone who is living with heart disease just support and encourage them. There's so many different charities that Support women living with heart disease. But it's really just being as vocal about the issue and just visible about the issue so more or people will then be aware so what has living with heart disease taught you the one thing I would say is that just live you know. Don't own sweat the small stuff it's GonNa be okay whatever it is I know one of the things and this is just me when I'm going through something difficult whether it's at work or whatever it is I literally say to myself you've had two open heart surgery like get over it you know. So they're things that are far bigger and more important so it just try to live a meaningful life. Spent time with the people. You love. Do the things that you enjoy as well because you only got one shot at this life. So what are you thankful for. I am thankful for well to be alive because that story could have gone wrong in so many levels but my my daughter you know. She's of course as a parent. You Love Your Kid. That goes without saying right but I often joke that she saved my life because if she wasn't in distress when I was pregnant with her and they didn't have the emergency c section and then subsequently we found out I had heart issues issues than we both would have died because I was in heart failure I was going to die. Fire remained pregnant so I look at her and thankful for her. Because that whole situation kind.

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"heart" Discussed on The Heart

The Heart

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"heart" Discussed on The Heart

"The heart is sponsored by costa all day long i'm literally using google constantly but recently i found out about an alternative search engine it's called echoes ya because it is easy to use free and works just like any other search engine it makes its money through online advertising but uses those profits from ad revenue to plant trees i really liked trees if you wanna plant your first treated day cody coziercothe heart that's e c o s i ac o slashed the heart to plant your berry first tree the heart is supported by talk space the online therapy company all of us at the heart really believe in therapy like everyone should go everyone needs it it's not for any particular type of person and with talk space for a fraction of the price of traditional therapy which is pretty expensive you can pick inexperienced license therapist the you relate to and you feel comfortable with two find your perfect therapist today go to talk spacecomheart and to show your support for this podcast use the offer code heart to get thirty dollars off your first month thats offer code heart at talk space stock comheart from here x's radio tokia welcome to the heart i'm kill impressed so sharma she he is a name that you here in our credits every time you listen to the show you might recognize her from the episode where i made a fake email address to write her love letters under the name harry because she likes harry mandrier sharon today i just wanted to let you know that you are a goddess i am the ruin them sharon as a screenwriter an artist she lives in my hippie house with me she's total weirdo and she's my best friend anyway the story is not about me and sharon it's not about our friendship it's not about our love.

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