22 Burst results for "Icty"
"icty" Discussed on The Worst Day of Your Life
"The condition involves a preoccupation with the belief you have or are in danger of developing a serious illness. Many people can't function or enjoy life because of fears of what might happen. This is rachel journey from a focus on self to a focus on others how a community need late to actions and in turn healing Rachel i up. Tell us about you and your family. I glen I'm really ordinary. Forty nine year old mom from botany and when people say and have only just started to ask me about who i actually am of kind of set and thought about that for little and said you know. I'm just an ordinary mom from botany. I've got two teenage sons. I've been really happily married for a very long time husband. And i've been together for twenty seven years and what i have and how contain timing life at. This point is really what drives me to do what i do. Sorry i've got my teenage sons. Who are one has just graduated in the year of two thousand twenty from high school. I've got another son. So he's a chain jake. I've got another son who's fourteen. He's in you nine and then my husband. We just leave a really normal life. A mentioned twenty twenty. Yeah you started pantry for the people in new suburb at botany. In december that year now it was the end of a very tough covered year for everybody but for you. It was a particularly hard year. You had a history of extreme health anxiety about that. Yeah i do glenn probably for about fifteen to twenty years. I've had extreme health things. Icty there was a few things that set it off. That have happened in life. I lost my grandmother who i was very close to. My oldest son was diagnosed with epilepsy when he was very young. I had a miscarriage in an unusual pregnancy. Before i had my two boys said there was lots of little health things that i think i probably never actually really dealt with. And then they started to culminate and started. I headed bout of depression and then health anxiety was diagnosed and sorry. I don't have a normal response to small things happening. I have a much more. i guess. Expanded response to things when they happen with health and i get very concerned about it and you know on a daily basis. I'm thinking of dying or worrying about somebody close to me dying. Soy i something small. be affecting you. Bloated lately i ca- catastrophes it to its absolute extreme. And when i'm sitting in a. I don't want to say normal mind. But when i'm sitting in a calm stace i guess i can say how dash isn't a reality but when i'm caught in that and i think a lot of people you know having been very open about my struggles. I think a lot of people actually go through exactly the same thing so two thousand nineteen. I had mine a health scare which i been blew out into something bigger. I was thin hospitalized for the second time At the sydney clinic to deal with depression anxiety and then towards the end of two thousand and nineteen. I was feeling i. I was back on track and my girlfriend said to me. Let's go on a holiday to china. And so that was the end of two thousand and nineteen. And i was like half never thought of going to china. Why would i go to china. And she said let's go to the great wall of china and say penders. And i was kind of sold at penders. I was like yeah. I k- animal lovers on like i'm there so we did that. And then right at the end of two thousand nineteen when we go back we go back. Probably two weeks later. Cova nineteen hit and the world just stopped so for you with that condition covered. Nineteen really was the worst..
"icty" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Dave twenty to Absolutely i do not look at it as a as a disadvantage i at it as an advantage there. Cerdan our brains. I mean the key the key is that the research nows crack the not. We now know i remember I was driving a car and listening to show and they were talking about two author's name. Dr brock and for nettie icty who wrote a book called the dyslexic advantage. And i never heard those words in the same phrase and i got the book read it at being dyslexic. Took me a little longer into the never. Put it down and as i read that book tears. Were pouring down my face. 'cause here i was sixty two years old. Finally learning about me in this book explained made me for the first time and was earthshaking. Because i i realized i wasn't weird. I wasn't stupid. I wasn't and i wasn't alone. There's twenty percent of our population that has dyslexia and in this book. They so beautifully explained the pathways to success if you look more self made millionaires are dyslexic. Mit calls dyslexia the mit disease. If you go into engineering. I'm field geologist where everything's visual. Were visual creatures. And when. I'm in this command center and strut my stuff. I take in all of these sensors. And i create an image in my mind which we uniquely can do that puts me down on the bottom of shen in total darkness. I've never lost. its cool. I had a similar experience in the ninety s wired magazine ran appeared on aspirin syndrome. And it's like oh my god. They just described my whole family. Just one side of my film in certainly my brain in the world. Then my brain scanned and i did all the stuff and certainly was there an i. I've hack my brand since then. I don't represent that way anymore but along the way i did visual training and with helen irwin. Who's an expert in dyslexia changing. How the brain you know. Helen's work and she looked at me and they looked as they said. Wow you really do see. And i didn't know that. I see all the floaty crap around all words. That's but i don't have dyslexia. Because i learned to track right. There's an iranian syndrome where the letters are moving. And they've a they have. There's irwin yeah irwin syndrome. It appears that it's the frequency of the wave link coming into your brain and if you put on glasses. I think it's mostly in the blue spectrum. It depends on the different brain. Yeah the word to stop moving no. It's just cool to see that we have neurons. That are much widely space so we we have firing mechanisms that are very different and in some areas. We don't hit the target like speed reading but in areas we hit it into the bulls eye and the key is to get early detection and learn the pathways to success. Like i said most entrepreneurs. Because i couldn't live in the box. The the the rules inside the box were written by non-dyslexics and they were look simply not fair. I live outside the box. But i if you come into this room in your non dyslexic. You're going to have a little trouble understanding of it if you're dyslexic it's like eating candy so it's really getting kids to realize but you also have to understand. There's a lot of downside there. The high suicide rate and in prison particularly people of color who didn't have the opportunities i had to get a round. My issues and conquer them are imprisoned. Sixty percent of the population of the prisons are dyslexic. It costs more to send people to harvard than it costs to send him to prison. I think we need to re re evaluate how educating people to make sure they go down a road to success. I am so impressed and grateful that you decided to include this in in your life story and into the deep because it it's a. It's a powerful book and i've had the honor of interviewing a lot of my elders. People have done incredible stuff nobel prize winners. I mean you only have twenty honorary doctorate. So i guess i'd have one as well a real. So you're i mean you you have. This is life of achievement..
"icty" Discussed on Reds Ramblings
"And That was one of the reasons that started the icty goldrush. Okay okay because access to bombay matters a lot. Oh for sure i mean. That's the biggest area right. yes you can. It's the financial capital of india. They that back salat. Oh for sure. Definitely the aren't that came up. is very conveniently located on your way to bombay from out. Okay so that was one of the reasons and then there is a Cya more denis is able to pull off talented engineers and all those software professionals and architects That your access to so that's what Got it started about fifteen. Two thousand three to four Was that the did the government put in place. Was that some company. No it was It was government project. Okay so i mean that seems worked out pretty well for that city usa it has although it has thrown up a lot many new challenges in democrat infrastructure and traffic but it has worked out real. Well that's good. That's always good to hear one of the things. I came across as well to look that fascinated me was one. R i think is there magazine. The independent coin puna as the motor city of india. You guys have a lotta automobile corporations. That bad are have headquarters there. So as i say the idea thing started just fifteen to sixteen years ago. The automobile companies have been here since before in gets independence years ago. So they That started in nineteen fourteen. Yeah go ahead no one. When was i looked at. Because i'm i'm not like a car guy in a sense. I work on my own car. But i like cars. I like looking at him in one thousand nine hundred forty s. When data's the owner solves for j. are set up a set up an automobile factory pony and Since then other companies have off this route and most of the automobile but major companies a in.
"icty" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes
"To the root of these things as opposed to just treating with medication. Absolutely and of course, there's a role for those acute episodes and there's time in place for everything but it's it's nice to have a chance to talk about you know really the basics of this and getting back to the basics of of anxiety. So in your world, what is anxiety? Well that's the million dollar question WanNa leave that is the million dollar question because if I asked one hundred people, what is anxiety I'm ready get probably sixty different answers to that and forty won't even know what anxiety is because they've never really experienced it. You know one of their friends say, Oh, I'm feeling anxious if you've never experienced anxiety before it's really confusing so I don't even like the word anxiety I think that there's a lot of ways that anxiety manifests at manifest eating disorders and kids not going to school in sweating on and Omic symptoms where your body is just kind of on fire. So there's no real consistent. DEFINITION PHRASE ICTY except for my own that I made up, which is basically anxiety is purely anxious stories and thoughts of the mind. and to be differentiated from alarm, which is the body thing which we'll get into I think but. To me is just anxious stories and thoughts, and that's the way I explain it to people and then I have a thing about alarm that goes on after that. But anxiety to me is just anxious stories and thoughts. That's all it is well, and and we hear a lot about anxiety it seems to be. Rampant certainly, I have two teenage children, and at is I think the diagnosis of every third girl. Then No. It's it's just really becoming A. A prevalent. And so anxiety is everywhere and why are we seeing this wire people becoming anxious and and maybe it's always been there but it seems like more again lately. I think because of trump now I'm just I'm just kidding. I'll although although he does there is something called the I think the trump anxiety disorder in the states I. think There's a a recognized trump based anxiety disorder in the states that may actually make it into the DSM. But I think we're just living in a much more anxious world and you know there's two major systems in our body, those the auto ever system, the fighter flight versus rest and Digest, and there's also the.
Perfect Pull-Back Time
"Lightfoot cuss may today as we move into the last a period of the the full day of the month of my cynical pullback occurring over the market now is that good will in my office damn good. Yeah I love pullback because pullbacks give me the opportunity to to get into. It's as simple as that now. We did see the market. Push up pretty well yesterday. Sorry last week we saw Paik You know was it ninety five hundred or thereabouts and said look at the high exactly yet. Ninety four seventy non and right now. Eighty five ninety. Of course. It's a really strong. Wake when you say the weight close out fifteen percent and we've had now one two three four five six seven weeks in a row. We have saying grain candles on the weekly chart on Bitcoin. Of course that he's after extraordinarily lodge a weekly plunge of thirty three percent and that weekly plunged from the Ivan to its low actually ended up being over fifty three percent at one. St So to say This move up. It's not that over the top to say on the daily. It's a fantastic trend on. Bitcoin and long might continue as long as we get some little cradle setting up in there anyway wrought. Now what am I waiting for this week if tried? I'd love to say bitcoin pulling to look anywhere around. Eight thousand would be ideal. A little bullish can off of Thousand would be my cradle tried and that would be absolutely spot on of course those of you who have not gone ahead and learned that strategy will then. You've got well until Thursday because we will not be offering these discounts any longer is Thursday that CDI Getting their take advantage of forty percent off bronze and fifty percent off live trading full for the year. If that's what you'd like to. So bitcoin now down three point. Three percent moving back into that cradles. Nothing really too bad going on their theory of sitting rotten smashing area right. Now you would have heard me. Talking is one thousand four one on a five little few weeks back is broken up through their pulled in that raging F. We do get a bullish candle in here on the daily a very well could be interested. They were down five point six four percent right now on. Alexa play a little bit further into the pool deck as well similar to that of of theory. I'm yet And it's located down four point three nine percent of just above twenty cents right now guy. A small bullish candle in there would be super. Bitcoin cash struggled to hold off to fifty during the weekend has pulled back. Strike to why we we closed. I would be close to fifty two in stride away. That was on that was yesterday. We've dip below that depth full point novice and at two thirty nine right now best via pretty average looking job as it has been for a couple of weeks ninety five spot four five six point two four percent law climb back in that cried ozone as well. The bitcoin still looking to pick them. Rotten now forbidden. Dateable back up again lot coins one. That is there on the right in that cradles Now Dan full point six percent at forty five dollars ninety cents per couldn't hold to ICTY couldn't hold three dollars come off unlocked. Shot right now to be honest with you. It's not a great looking jot. The weekly didn't close at strongest rots. Mike Banging that cradles on now its down point. Four three percent to sixty two bonnet swells good tried. Last week I go in and out of bonnets profit in out of lot going prophet and the weeks before I was in tasers which is also a very good profit some taking all the book because the mind three from three in the last three tries pretty happy with that car compliant about having consistent profits. And that's what we do here. We focus on consistent profitability with checklist by trading strategy will focus on mindset emotional control and structure. You're going to look at some of the testimonies on the website goes checkout will pay for me on on truthful guy and I give a deliverable possibly can buy ceramics. Forte's training experience. This is good stuff. You know 'til Thursday otherwise. It's going to be more expensive for you to do so. Get in there if you want down. Four percent sixteen point three six thousand dollars. Thirty six on bonds in that cradles Dom had a great run. Look it's coming in order to support rotten outside so gone back to what back in the two thousand nine hundred November period then through January twenty raw well this year and now Iran fathom that we're in the fifth month right now of the hadn't been coming into some supports a little cradle. That would be great right now. It's down four point. Four nine percent fondly won't fondly a theory classic one of the trades out they lightly. It's in the Criollos on right now. it's a really nice looking. Trend is one of my favorite trends of the moment to be fair. Also breakout last week is coming to fraud evening at six. Sixty picking above seven dollars fifty so it has given us some of a change after being around little bullish candle on the daily from Further Lock Bitcoin but have a few options down five point. Six two percent at six thousand eighty one cents Moran at the top ten with Tron one point four cents down four point seven six percent so a guys from our perspective. We've got that. Bitcoin that can pull back. Further being one of the trends Therion classic pullback Fo- They one of the better trends cod. Donna is in the same boat. If we do have a little cradle comes up over the next twenty four hours information that could be -tunities on on some of the others that are in. That crowd was on at the moment. Like a theory. I'm going to get some options. If we do say there's little bounces. We'll have to wait and say the pullback that we're seeing at the moment is something to be fearful no. It is something definitely to be
Female humanitarians sacrifice a lot to help others, insists top UN official
"This is matt wells u._n. News well the work of female humanitarian is hugely important and often comes at significant personal cost. That's according into melissa fleming currently the communications chief for refugee agency u._n._h._c._r. but soon to take up her new post as head of global communications at the u._n. Who's been speaking talking to you and uses daniel johnson at a special world humanitarian day event in geneva. I i will hear from adiba cassim who was also at the event. She survived an eyesore missile massacre in iraq in two thousand fourteen that claimed the lives of seventy family members despite the trauma she refuses to see herself as a victim and is now a human human rights advocates. I always refusing to be a victim. I always wanted to act. I always wanted to be there for the others because as i mentioned we have so many victims and i think we need leaders. I now know more victims. This is what i'm saying always so but then he being in europe. I think people don't understand i think people are you know. They don't understand what the woman any other countries are going through. So what i'm doing here is to make them understand is to push him always to shake them to understand what is happening with the other woman and to stand with him. That's that's very important me when i was in iraq in this situation i wanted. I want to someone hilton from somebody else to come on to to just to support me to stand with me to do something even if small you're smiling but are you really seeing action on the level. Obviously everyone's very impatient. I always smile. I've been always positive and you know why because i lost everything and in a moment i just that i have no more to lose. Maybe i could just turn over to melissa melissa fleming. You'll with the refugee. Agency also the newly appointed head of <hes> depa- i'm to global communications. You've got twenty five years of experience. I don't need to remind you today's world humanitarian day. What is it that women particularly bring to the humanitarian sphere well. All of the victims of war are women and sometimes it's most depending on the war and it's a particular victimization that women go through awesome rape as a weapon of war rampant and we need women humanitarian who will provide that kind of trusted space for those women who managed to escape in order to recover you know i can't say that the women humanitarian i know are more dedicated than the men humanitarian i know. I think they're all remarkable. Human beings who sacrifice a lot for the cause of humanity but the women <hes> some how often i believe sacrificed actress more because first of all when they go to war zones. They are unable to take their children with them. Society icty judges them for that. They don't judge the men for doing that. They're very often juggling. Both the families back home. The children are being taken care of by someone else. They're worrying in constantly and yet they're continuing to serve so in a way you know until we have the real true equality where women and men are adjudged the same way. I think it will be more difficult for women in this profession but i think one advantage that women do have is in the field of mental health <hes>. This is just my assumption anecdotally. I think they're more in touch when they're traumatized and are more willing to seek help.
"icty" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Seven two six two one triple eight fifty five Dr Bob, that's eight five five three seven two six two. So if you have a health concern, a health challenge, call me, we can talk about your health, or if you have somebody in your life. That's having some type of health issue, whatever that may be. I hear just some of the reasons why a person would call into this health talk show examples. They want to feel function and perform their very best or better. They desire to obtain a first second or third opinion regarding some type of health concern or quagmire, dilemma or issue. Okay. So there are just a couple of the reasons why people call into this show. I've been accused of giving good mouth to ear health resuscitation, and I have to admit guilty as charged. So help me help you with whatever health issue that you're having right now. Beate eggs to some type of other health problem erectile dysfunction, maybe ginger Vitus gall bladder issues. Maybe it's bad be oh to back pain, or you're not sleeping well, or your sinuses are constantly congested, or you have a runny nose and you don't know what to do. You don't wanna take antihistamine, do you wanna get to actually the reason for it? We can work on that for you. Maybe it sayings ICTY arthritis. Or you have prostate problems ringing in the air or any point in between, maybe wanna lower your cholesterol, triglycerides, keep your blood sugar in check any one of those or any question that you have on your mind is fair game here on the show. We also take health comments toll-free nationwide. Here's the number into the show. Again, jot down for safekeeping pass it on to your sick friends. Loved one's neighbours. Maybe they've got some issues and they need a lifeline. I'm here for them as well. Again, the toll free number into the show. Toll free nationwide is eight five five three seven two six two one triple eight fifty five and then on your touchtone phone is type in. D. R B, O beat one triple eight fifty five. Dr Bob now we've got lots of talk about today, so much information to get out and. We hope that you stick with us for the entirety of today's show all. Well, just about two hours and fifty more minutes of the program. Now, if for some reason, you're driving while listening to this broadcast and many of our listeners are either in cars, trucks, or semi's going down the road, and you happen to drive right? Out of the frequency range of the radio station. You're listening to which is the very best place to listen to this radio show. If that happens, and you have another electronic device, with you say your cell phone. Or your tablet here in a wifi area or some other your laptop, you can actually log on. Of course you don't want to do this. Well driving. You can actually log onto the program by going to my website at Dr Bob.
"icty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"With the giants in Miami where they salvage one three one victory earlier this morning slash this afternoon. Comedian Michael, yo is gonna join us as well. I think he's a hoops fan. We're going to get into it a little bit. He's from Houston. So. We'll see. But that's that's coming up later on this hour as well. Glad you're with us. Text line four one five eight away, can be our give a buzz if you wanna hit on any of this aid away, candy are the giants get victory but it it was a it was just an awful week. And I keep calling it an awful week. And it's actually been almost an awful two weeks. If you look at that home homestand, which went from the twentieth to the twenty six they went one and six in that home. Stand their only win being last Tuesday night when they rallied for three runs in the bottom of the ninth. And then this week they go on the road do take on these supposed- worst team in baseball. And absolutely have a look like they want to challenge the Marlins for that title. But they do salvage one there's all kinds of good. That comes out of today. A Tyler Beatty was fantastic. And right now, I would think that every giants fan has to get excited when you see. He knew young fresh names perform. That's, that's the only thing the giants. Need right now. So Tyler having a fantastic performance was number one Brandon Crawford finally broke out, how to couple of hits the big one to break the one, one tie basis loaded double in the eighth inning. That was really good to see as well. But there's more to say on the positive side and it's not blue-sky in it and it's not even talking about the standings. I wonder how many of you have thought about the fact that of all the scenarios that could have taken place early in the season in the first two months. This is nowhere near the worst case, especially if you are far Hans ICTY, he won't say it, but this is kind of a good thing. I mean, ideally, everything you do works. Solarte's. Is good power is good drew. Pomeranz is five and two and the giants are a couple of games over five hundred that would have been option. A but I'm pretty sure this is option B, which I'll explain in a few minutes after you hear from far Han, who was on, which on and Tom earlier tonight. And had some great stuff to say, I think, you know, if you listen to this show, I'm big fan of Farhadi. I think he's the right guy. Think he's incredibly smart. I think is track record is there for a reason, and I think he needs a hell of a lot more than two months to show everybody, what exactly he can do to turn this organization around and get it going in to the next era. But one thing I really try to trumpet with this guy is he is not what is reputation is this whole idea of him, sitting in a back room with a calculator and a pencil, and a spreadsheet and just crunching stuff and coming out and not worrying about any human being ever couldn't be further from the truth. This guy. He's got one of the biggest personalities on the team, you should jump into the giants clubhouse and see who actually puts you to sleep, it ain't far Hawn. And so this came up with the guys earlier tonight. And I thought this was one of the best quotes, I've heard him say yet a couple of years ago. With the team when I was for the dodgers. And Dan cast in the over there has been in sports for many, many years, we were on the road in DC where he had worked at one point. He walked down the sitting with Dave. Rant.
"icty" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"New documentary from USA today, network, Wisconsin, and Milwaukee PBS, it looks at the mental health challenges of four state young people on TJ Esser and has a transgender person. I've experienced things ICTY because society has tried to make me someone. I'm not. Donya and I've experienced oppression bipolar disorder in post traumatic stress disorder. My name is Alex will go, and I dealt with bullying. My name's Barrett pet care. I live with the Prussian anxiety and obsessive, compulsive disorder being done amid rising Wisconsin suicide rates among young people as well as the discovery of gaps in mental health care, the journal settles, ROY leaning reports for the series kids in crisis, which is down its third year, and ROY joins us live WTMJ warning ROY morning. Thanks for having you bit. Where did you find these kids? I mean that had to take some guts for these these four to step up and participate the way they didn't just lay it all on the line talk about committing suicide, perhaps, in all of their other issues. Definitely. So I met all four of them throughout the course of reporting on the series, which we've been doing over three years now so throughout that. I got to know them and they had already all shared their stories publicly through the series. So I knew they were comfortable with that and knew knew what that would take. So they, they were all really interested in being part of the documentary, because they just really care about, bringing down the stigma around mental health and helping their peers letting their peers. No that it's okay to ask for help. Well, that's what I think is really one of the really striking things from, from the series is they're much more likely to listen to their peers about getting help or seeking help than they are adults. That's right. Yeah. There's, there's been some research that shows some of the traditional anti suicide messaging, that's kind of fear based and focuses on negative symptoms has been shown to be ineffective. Whereas messages from peers. Has a more hopeful tone is something students often relate to better. We are live with the journal Sentinel's, ROY lindane reporting on the streets kids in crisis now in its third year ROY in terms of those state suicide rate. It's now the eleventh worst in the country. I assume that's for young people any kid taking their own life is, is a scary thing to count and play it would seem that we've got a real problem in our hands. Is there something that makes Wisconsin unique when it comes to this, or is it just the reporting maybe is better? We know more about these kids. I think it's a trend that nationwide for the suicide rate for minors has been going up for several decades. And there are a lot of different theories as to why that is a lot of people point to academic pressures and economic pressures and then also just living in the age of the internet and social media, and it's just so much harder to escape. Bullying and some of some of those things on the internet and through phones. But then Wisconsin has some extra challenges in that. It's has more shortages of mental health professionals. So the wait lists to find care tend to be longer here than some other places. And I was gonna say to Rory it's got it really be tough in rural communities, where they're already having problems just having doctors much less of mental health experts. Right. Yeah. Rural areas. And then also even in other areas it can depend on. What kind of insurance you have? And if you if you do use Medicaid, then sometimes way longer for you. And plus you moms and dads or maybe you come from non-traditional home, where he may be a single parent. Whatever the case adults aren't exactly knocking down the doors to get themselves. Mental health, much listen.
"icty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Have no idea what they're doing. I don't mean that by votes with more from the front office. We keep changing things I did a fake injury. So I'm not happy about that. So today, I'm going to do whatever they asked me to be here for my teammates. Whereas all these guys me to me and help me out with the. Last year. So I gotta do what's asked. This is one of those times. Just always be out there for those guys. I mean, again, we don't know what's going to happen. We don't know what's going on. But at the same time, you know, when you get that ball, and you get to go out there and play wearing. All right. So they're calling is let me share first off. He's probably one of the most upfront nicest dudes in that entire clubhouse. I'm a big fan of Derrick hall and the guy, but also understand why he's not getting a whole lot of sympathy here because he's not pitched well this year and the giants have not played well in two and a half years. And so when somebody comes in and says, we're going to do things differently because what we've been doing hasn't been working. Then I think you have to be open to that almost feel like Derek needs a little time on doctor Phil's couch. You know what I mean? Like, what would Dr Phil say about this? You're sitting there going. Hey, this is this is not okay. I want to keep doing it the way we've been doing it. Well, Dr Phil. And how's that working out for you? Definition of insanity. Doing it the same way over and over expected different result. So Derrick hall and might need that visit now the other tough part about this is the. Promise only give you any more of those impressions. But anyway, the other part of this. That's bombing. Everybody out is the fake injury comment. Because that puts the team now suddenly at a deficit of having to answer questions to major league baseball far Hans ICTY responded to Derrick with this village. Mention he has.
Denver on track to reject 'magic mushroom' legalization
"Denver is trying to be the first city in the nation to decriminalize magic mushrooms with more on the story. Here's USA radio networks Timberg voters in Denver, Colorado on Tuesday will decide whether to become the first city in the United States to decriminalize it. Use of magic mushrooms the measure would make the personal use and possession of the mushrooms by those over twenty one years of age or older in Denver the lowest law enforcement priority. That's according to the measures language, Fox News, medical contributor. Dr Mark Siegel. It scheduled one under the day, which means that it's believed to have no medicinal value. It can help you medically. Well, you know, what we've been learning. The last few years medical marijuana has used guess what else has. He used so aside a study in about a year ago in one thousand nine hundred in two thousand nine hundred eighty two thousand eighteen showed that it actually decreases resistant depression by forty seven percent, studying nature, very important journal. It works for depression. It works for anti-icty. It works for attention deficit disorder. It seems like our veterans coming back from the war have some positive
"icty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Broadcasting to all of northern California is KNB Arjun tonight. Now, here's your host Mark Willis on Cayenne Biard sixty year. Okay. All kinds of stuff to get to this hour, including visine man was on the leader earlier tonight, far Hans ICTY joining John, and Tom, and I am really starting to get a kick out of our Hans ICTY. Because now, you know, like, I think the story is still got a lot of twists and turns before it's been told. And I do trust the guy I think he's got a phenomenal reputation. I think he's really smart, but because of so many preconceived notions that we all carry especially about analytically driven baseball guys when you simply if you hear about far Hawn, and then look at far on he's very different than what that three conceived notion will be all like, he's you know, all numbers guy, fonts personality is big. It's big. And I have I have not had the chance face to face to to speak with. Him yet. But man of my looking forward to it, and he had some really interesting things to say earlier tonight with John, and Tom we'll let you hear some of that coming up this hour. I also think this Mets fan who went viral. I think we should call him here in about ten minutes because it's after midnight. Now, he's probably add one hell of a day. My bet is he's turned his phone number off. But let's give it a try because now the girl that he says he broke up with she's fighting back and saying that they broke up months ago, and we need to get to the bottom of this. And I mainly just wanna ask this this clown some questions, so so we'll give that a shot here few minutes, but it is time for juniors jobs. Every single Thursday nine o'clock, we go into the.
"icty" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"So what are some of the medications that may help? So they're actually two drugs that have been approved specifically to treat canine separation anxiety. One of those is coma column. Also known as curriculum. And the other is reconcile ultimately lock fifteen. Now, if your dog also suffers from noise aversion annoyed things IT there is a drug approved for that that's called. And that's decks Manitoba army postal gel. That's actually made by becoming I worked for which is the wettest. I'm in that is approved not to treat separation anxiety. But you treat noise aversion canine version, what other drugs can be used include some drugs that are actually used for people, but that have been shown to be effective for dogs that have separation anxiety. And then there are some what they call new drugs their drugs that are not necessarily their pharmaceutical agents that are not necessarily considered drugs, but they would be calming agent that will help the dog along with multiple other things to be more calm during the period of time with a pedal. And that's really what the goal of all of this is when you're trying to treat a dog with separate. Things ICTY realizing that the dog is anxious. The dog is fearful and trying to teach them to have calm during that period of time that you're away from home. I think what's so frustrating for people is that they think that after just maybe a week or two of medication the pet will be cured of these panic attacks is not gonna have any issues. Everything is going to be rosy again and reality oftentimes, these pets need ongoing as you're saying consistency. So consistency of your schedules. Consistency of medication that's necessary consistency of what your behaviors are towards this pet. So oftentimes, I think we're not curing them. But we're controlling would you agree. I would agree. I I think that that from aren't set that customers need. Standards that separation anxiety is not something you're going to cure, but you're going to be able to manage and so setting expectations in the very beginning is to what is perceived as fast, right? And I think the other thing is that we mentioned the consistency. But it's also even if you have the dog on a pretty complex for a number days or weeks or even marmots that there's always something net can have the dog you apt back in. So that it's not something that you ever gonna cure as you said, but did something that you could manage with many different techniques. And it's so important for pet owners to talk to their veterinarian. They may actually get referred to a veterinary behaviorist and or trainer, but it's really important that pet owners speak to their about their dog separation anxiety because it's not going to go away is not something that they're going to go out. It's something that if there's going to be any change. It's just gonna progressive get worse with time, and this is somewhat throwing you a curve ball right now because we had not mentioned it but cats and separation anxiety. I honestly don't think that I have ever seen a cat demonstrate separation anxiety might just missing something Dr Campbell. You know, cats are really independent creatures. So I think they show different types of anxiety. And I think they saw the whole Pandora's syndrome that you see with cats that is a manifestation of any Guidi and stress because of changes in their lifestyle. They think catcher less dependent on people and as much as they would they like their people there. Okay. When they're people there, for whatever reason the way, the cat human bond has developed is so much different than the dog human Barnes. They're pretty much to deal with being around us. But better than some of the dogs do. Well. Thank you. I'm glad I'm not totally missing it. But yes, I do agree. There can do things that will go. Are you just being spiteful? Nope. All right. I'll have to give you some more attention. So Dr Sharon Campbell. Thank you so much. Is there any just parting words of wisdom on separation anxiety liked to leave my listeners? I think that I think one of the things is just a summary of what we said the first step is talking to their veterinarian about their dos signs. So that they can make sure that treatment can be implemented not only early, but also effectively so that they can start on that road to not necessarily the cure, but management because what we find with these dogs in that as even the most dedicated owners if the dog is not treated properly, which is a point where they're just so frustrated and at their wit's end that oftentimes the dogs gets to rendered. Were we don't even they may even get euthanized. Because of the fact that the signs can't be controlled. And so I think the sooner that pet owners speak to their veterinarians about.
"icty" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"According to everyone else that didn't worked with him. That was an impossibility. He couldn't go to college for all the different challenges that he had and yet in the year, he's going to graduate when I saw just before the Christmas break he was ecstatic now he doesn't show ecstasy. Like, I'm might or someone else might but you could see in his face in his eyes. How crowd you was that he was able to do this, you know, and and able to accomplish something that everyone had told him he couldn't do. And I think it's because we modify extremely modified the program to fit him not what statistically grow Rams are supposed to be like that make sense. Yeah. Yeah. And that's that story. Great story. Thank you. Thank you talk about anxiety for a second. What what kind of things have you got to say about that? What look at the volume, you know, forty million people on a daily basis in the US alone struggle with depression and or anxiety the dressing topic. Because we've heard over the years that there's been a continual increase Zayed's in our society, and people are blaming social media, and it definitely has a role in it for sure. When we talk about an exciting. I just had a brand new client this week's start and he came in and he's filled with anxiety. Now, he has high pressure sales position. So everyone is always pulled him all the counters. He's worked with you know, it's it's Netflix based orchids something it's just you put so much pressure. You're so competitive, you're so you're this you're so that and I just not with him one time we had our first session, and I asked him because this is I think missing link and was with anxiety. I asked him was his grandmother grandfather. Mom, dad, sister brothers answer uncles. Was there anyone in his life? When he grew up that couldn't relax. It was always on the move always trying to accomplish the next ABCD. And he looked at me, and he started laughing, and I said, what's so funny. He goes, you just called my mother out. So I said, well, let me tell you something in our Pinon were just one opinion said we see anxiety being created by the core family element between the age of eighteen much more. So than a genetic ring. And what we mean by that is we'll go back to the subconscious mind from zero to eighteen we're in an environment where mom can't sit down. She's always up and moving. She can't relax. She's always doing. Now. It might seem productive, you know, that she's dusting now and she sleeping next, and she's picking up this next, and she's got TV's on one room and radio on another room might seem like a productive use of time. Actually, it's an example of a float full blown anxiety episode. So this young man was raising environment where it was normal to not relax. It was normal to be hyper competitive, it was formal that when friends or relatives were coming over and house was freaking spotless. It was normal that all of this anxiety that was produced nine on purpose of my mom, and she'd probably model her mom or dad, he took on because of the environ. He was raised in and right away. When I see when I can when I can pull someone out of this must be genetic. And if he ever wants to use those worst genetic so with things -iety, a large percentage, we see that people just like almost everything we're talking about tonight guys is that people when we're not taught. How to deal with the motions more not asked to go deeper when we're not exploring what could be the cause of this depression rings, ICTY other than the fact that it could be genetically related that we're losing out on helping millions of people a day to heal. So is real condition. Israel, a huge number of people are affected by it. But we have seen in our practice home. Any people he'll permit get off of their medications live super productive lives when they learn how to deal with underlying emotions that they didn't even know were there or they can start to see constructively that oh my God. I'm repeating my dad all his or I'm repeating my uncles, whatever it might be. There's so many conditions that are created in this incubator called zero to eighteen and I think that information is crucial to get out. Because once again going back to what I talked about a little while ago, this gentleman that came in the other day, he said I've been with bowl blown anxiety attacks Hanukkah tax..
Discussion: The childhood environmental causes of anxiety
"Talk about anxiety for a second. What what kind of things have you got to say about that? What look at the volume, you know, forty million people on a daily basis in the US alone struggle with depression and or anxiety the dressing topic. Because we've heard over the years that there's been a continual increase Zayed's in our society, and people are blaming social media, and it definitely has a role in it for sure. When we talk about an exciting. I just had a brand new client this week's start and he came in and he's filled with anxiety. Now, he has high pressure sales position. So everyone is always pulled him all the counters. He's worked with you know, it's it's Netflix based orchids something it's just you put so much pressure. You're so competitive, you're so you're this you're so that and I just not with him one time we had our first session, and I asked him because this is I think missing link and was with anxiety. I asked him was his grandmother grandfather. Mom, dad, sister brothers answer uncles. Was there anyone in his life? When he grew up that couldn't relax. It was always on the move always trying to accomplish the next ABCD. And he looked at me, and he started laughing, and I said, what's so funny. He goes, you just called my mother out. So I said, well, let me tell you something in our Pinon were just one opinion said we see anxiety being created by the core family element between the age of eighteen much more. So than a genetic ring. And what we mean by that is we'll go back to the subconscious mind from zero to eighteen we're in an environment where mom can't sit down. She's always up and moving. She can't relax. She's always doing. Now. It might seem productive, you know, that she's dusting now and she sleeping next, and she's picking up this next, and she's got TV's on one room and radio on another room might seem like a productive use of time. Actually, it's an example of a float full blown anxiety episode. So this young man was raising environment where it was normal to not relax. It was normal to be hyper competitive, it was formal that when friends or relatives were coming over and house was freaking spotless. It was normal that all of this anxiety that was produced nine on purpose of my mom, and she'd probably model her mom or dad, he took on because of the environ. He was raised in and right away. When I see when I can when I can pull someone out of this must be genetic. And if he ever wants to use those worst genetic so with things -iety, a large percentage, we see that people just like almost everything we're talking about tonight guys is that people when we're not taught. How to deal with the motions more not asked to go deeper when we're not exploring what could be the cause of this depression rings, ICTY other than the fact that it could be genetically related that we're losing out on helping millions of people a day to heal. So is real condition. Israel, a huge number of people are affected by it. But we have seen in our practice home. Any people he'll permit get off of their medications live super productive lives when they learn how to deal with underlying emotions that they didn't even know were there or they can start to see constructively that oh my God. I'm repeating my dad all his or I'm repeating my uncles, whatever it might be. There's so many conditions that are created in this incubator called zero to eighteen and I think that information is crucial to get out. Because once again going back to what I talked about a little while ago, this gentleman that came in the other day, he said I've been with bowl blown anxiety attacks Hanukkah tax.
"icty" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill
"Let's get back to Saint John right now. So. I guess. Is like I asked you earlier what you wanted out of music. Do you wanna make one hundred million dollars year because it's possible? Right. Do you like normally when I get Rapids? Here is is is so easy to pin them down. I always like people don't understand how much your music influences. People like a lot of times artists. Don't get for the fact that like, I may be honest with you. So I struggle with things ICTY right avenue cited disorder. So it was a call. It's just an exotic. Sort of. So like whatever happened with me going up. Sometimes I get my hair too much. I have panic attacks and something happens. There are songs that if I feel myself having a panic attack. I'll play those songs, and I Melo out. And my there says that the reason why that happens is because those songs ground me and mentally to a point before my developed so before I really had this problem like one of the songs in this gonna sound really soft, but Shawn Stockman, visions of a sunset. I guarantee of never heard that. But that is the softest on the planet. It's. Because you talking about some emotional things, and I like that, but visions of us on ever sunset is from the Missa Holland's opus sound, Mr. I'm never saying those words. Never saying whatever he said, no being. This. Don't shot. Incur may mix Simone you've ever seen Mr. Holland's opus now nobody in here Mr. holiday. holiday, y'all never seen the movie. You love that. Thank you, Mattie missile house opus starring Richard Dreyfuss is..
"icty" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"And some of the message share they say it helps how do you personally deal with it? So for meetings ICTY really does come and go. I mean, I I'm trying to juggle so much and lot of times she get so absorbed in. Then you throw YouTube videos on top. They don't have any help right now. And so does become a lot. And I think just taking the step back a lot a lot of times. And for me once every few weeks once a month, you go to a spot of gym where no can find me and just kind of sit and be alone for bit and kind of figure out. Okay. Where do I need help right now? And maybe I have to I'd need a higher this manager. I need to do this need to find someone to help with with content over here and just trying to allocate a little more. And you know, is that hard for you hundred percent. But I don't want to let stuff go have you wanted to be a certain way, I like to I think with alpha that's my most like I need to be hands on especially with design and manufacturing. And that's the big company that I'm really trying to focus on the butt things. Like the gym managing. I love getting updates. You know, things like the operation side now Derek handles hiring. He hired he he brings on the customer star. He handles all that. Now, you know. And so. In bekker's, all my mom, the accounts and anything dealing with money. And so I kind of just get recaps now and really trying to do the best. I can't allocate. Yeah. It can be difficult. But if you surround yourself with good team than you can learn to kinda like let let things go a little bit more. There's your girlfriend the she ever like stop you and say, hey, like probably need a little bit of a break. It's actually a little bit of the opposite has she actually actually she'll go I I like to say like eighty percent all day till she she can be editing and falsely pure where I like I say I go like one hundred percent, but I tap channels on YouTube shut one point seven one point eight million on Instagram. She's doing, you know, killing with women's apparel and bunny. So she works a lot, and she she kind of balances a little bit more friends and personal time imaging the day. But for me, I'll just knocked all out. And then I'll have my time at night. So. Save for the morning. Hang out a little bit at night. And she's getting better at that. So yeah, it's I mean compared to the average couple think we're working lot. So. Guys are working twenty four seven. It sounds like she couldn't come this weekend shed a launch. And you know, her most success one and straight. That's cool. Do you guys compare? You know, like, hey, this is my you know, you guys teach other guys getting a little competition. I I've been doing it for longer. And I've been the businesses a little bit older. So I tell her compared like your smashing it, you know, compared to where we were at and like you're doing so good. And she's doing amazing, and yeah, we do that's cool and her she has her own apparel, Brandon. It's a women's women's apparel. Yeah. That's that's so cool. How'd you guys meet really through mutual friends social media out single at the time and his found out that she was recently single. I had known over you know, we'd been events. You're like, wait what? Yeah. I was gonna put an word real quick. The got ignored a few times DM's of finally weasel my way, right? That's been history since that's awesome. You're going to compete coming up. Yes. The to compete. I am going to compete mid to late June the summer starting classic, which is audible show, I'm hosting on the twenty ninth. So she can be sure I compete at least a week or two before that. So I can fuel up and give the attention have the energy to put on an hosta show. So probably the fifteenth through the twenty second I'll be competing somewhere. Anything coming up that you want to tell people about that. You gotta launch or you're going to be any events where people can come see you right now coming up. I think the biggest thing is.
"icty" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio
"And we have so many projects attack on so many people to help and so much depending upon us in so much to do that we have no time for anxiety attacks consume our life. And that's why. Talk about attacking your anxiety in this book. And it doesn't matter if you full blown anxiety attacks. He just have stress the unstoppable book will help you out so much now on that day while I felt cured of anxiety. I must admit the recovery times over the next couple of years where a trigger almost caused buying Zayed return. However at now, learn five big lessons about overcoming side, which I've shared with you, and I had mastered several solutions to preventing panic attacks. Which is what has shifted the book these lessons along with the knowledge that there was nothing physically wrong. With me always allowed me to fight it off and keep out of the prison that anxiety can bring whether is making the decision to open up to a friend or taking time to do slow deep belly breathing. I had built strong defenses. Like a Ford around myself, even a strong offense. I had in my repertoire proactively attack anxiety today despite my life being as busy. If not busier than ever my business growing as fast as ever mining Zaidi's fully under control, thanks to the strategies revealed in this unstoppable book. And so my friend promised that you too will find the keys to getting out and staying out of your anxiety prison in these pages to today, I live by this mantra, which you'll see me repeating in this book and on social media everywhere. Action beatings -iety motion beats meditation work, beats worry. Now, taking the first steps assault your problem. Even if they are small steps is the right move in the right direction that goes in life, and it's always better than sitting in stewing about a problem or letting your anxiety build up. I like to say don't sit in to get out into action, beatings -iety. Fortunately, you picked up this book. You've got me audiobook, or whatever it is. And you made a very wise decision taken very first important step this book in the strategies within it will lead you to the people in processes, you need to beating side and become unstoppable. Again, you can end anxiety forever. And as an entrepreneur, you will always have stress in the pressure's always gonna be on the best things we can do to recognize it prepare for it in control in. If you're not an entrepreneur, whether you're an executive or whether you're parent, whether you know everybody, and we can control. Okay. But I must recognize it prepare for in control it, and when we are armed with the tools to fight off these. Feelings we have what I call the cure, the cure, Franks ICTY, and that means having to simple strategies in place to prevent anxiety from ever wreaking havoc in your life again..
"icty" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"As we head on various ways throughout this episode. The reality of core travels. I'd often comes with lots of anxiety. So we've decided to probe the things ICTY in our advice -ment. So here's a question from managing producer of slate podcasts in Queen of Lesbos, June Thomas. Lesbos? I looked it up today. Webster said Lesbos, I shit. You not. But so here's the thing. I pronounced it Lesbos before then I was just like I don't trust myself after the bet porter incident. I'm looking at how to pronounce things before he going. So it looked it up. Mary muster said, it was that or they gave something that started within like a head a V sound in the middle of it. So I think we want to turn it. Do we want to pronounce it like like way that people know? You check. You're the king of less fos. Take it away June. Okay children's. So here's the situation. When I am traveling. I sometimes feel myself like going into a spiral if we're like, I am a victim of homophobic discrimination. I like sometimes I am. But let let me give you some specific examples. So like one time I was in Tokyo place where various reasons I've been quite frequently. And I was in this like cafe that I go in again with some frequency and. I was like in line getting my terribly tempting chocolate croissant. Yes. It was Chuck. Oh crow. Yes. Yes. And the woman said to me she she looked at me. And she said to me in English were full. I was like. Straight up Jesus. Lightly. Right. And I was like come on. I mean here every day. I'm like. Eating way too many of your delicious chocolate croissants and yet..
"icty" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I'm Michael Crozier live from the KFI twenty four hour news at least fifteen people have apparently overdosed in northern California, Chico. Police chief Michael Bryant has one of those people has died. The residence where this incident occurred is being treated as a has math site to police officers were treated after they felt some effects from exposure. A storm set to hit the south land is prompted a voluntary evacuation order for some communities in Riverside County. The areas affected included just west of lake Elsinore were rain could cause debris flow. The order covers some or all of AMRO's Alber hill. Glenn ICTY Glen Eden, grace, horse thief, Laguna might tree McVicar rice, and with real all areas that are under voluntary evacuation orders because of this rain that's coming. Tens of thousands of teachers in the school district are about to go on strike union. President Alex Caputo Pearl says the final offer from the school district. Friday didn't go far enough over the weekend. We've heard nothing more from the district. Teachers are willing to. Strike as long as it takes to cut down. Class sizes and hire more staff school district says it doesn't have the money to meet the teacher's demands. The CEO of Pacific Gas and electric is stepping down and employees could learn this week at the utility will declare bankruptcy while facing billions of dollars in liability over its role in the recent wildfires in the state Jeanie said in a statement yesterday, Gisha Williams has resigned evidence recovered from the home of a man who shot and killed a rookie police officer included to unregistered guns and a letter claiming police had been bombarding him with sonic waves police in Davis released a letter they say was written by Kevin Limbaugh. He killed himself after he shot and killed officer Natalie corona last week while she was responding to a car crash Limbaugh was on a bicycle at the time. A US judge in California says you cannot decline birth control. The judge blocked the Trump administration from allowing more employers and publicly traded companies to opt out or providing women with no cost birth control. The rules are set to take effect today and gives companies the power to decline coverage based on religious or moral objections. The plaintiffs. Lawsuits say they sought to prevent the rules from taking affected thirteen states and DC. They argue women would experience unintended, pregnancies if forced to use state funded programs the judge granted their request for a temporary injunction, but would not block the rules nationwide. The re Parral KFI new homeland security secretary Jay Johnson is warning lawmakers over the negative effects the government shutdowns causing the people we depend upon to secure our borders to look for contraband. Sports to look for narcotics. At ports are the people that are under great stress right now because of this shutdown Johnson says the ongoing shutdowns negatively affected, the nation's security and likely lead to anger and resentment among government employees officials say about twenty five percent of the federal government's been closed over stalled negotiations on border security between the president and congress millions of people from zuri to New Jersey of being impacted by an intense winter storm at least seven people been killed. It's caused widespread power outages as it continues to head east. Pockets of heavy snow are covering much of the mid Atlantic is dumped at least a foot of snow on Saint Louis. Virginia. Governor Ralph northern has declared a state of emergency.
"icty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To the fans it's rude to the other free agents. It's rude to the other teams teams like the giants. Here's fall hands ICTY getting ripped or at least questioned by a lot of people because he hasn't made any moves at everybody wants to see moves. But understand what my my interpretation of what Zaidi's doing is. He's looking at this going. Okay. All right. What am I what am I chips? You want me to trade Will Smith and get something really cool. Right. Let's say that's what you wanted to trade Will Smith will Craig kimbrel hasn't even signed yet. So why would you do that? If you're if you're if you're the giants and you have reliever chips. You wait until all of the other big time relievers are off the market. So that teams that didn't get them become really desperate in their search for relievers. And the price goes up. So he's playing it smart. You're upset because it's taking too much time. And it's not his fault. He would be stupid to make the move. Now. It would be a lesser move. But I understand why the fans are upset because baseball is an entertainment outlet. But it often forgets how to be entertaining. Entertainment outlets by definition promote themselves. It's what we do in the media industry. All the time. We have social media accounts. We send things out. Hey, join us coming up at eight o'clock. We're gonna have the mystery guest you promote things baseball. Does this the opposite way here they are with their hot stove league? Which is a time of hope for fans specially like we're sitting here right now the giants about two bad years. So the off season is the time when a team can create hope and therefore it should be fun for fans. Instead we've sat here for the last four weeks. Twiddling their thumbs. Waiting for something to happen. And we get very little. And it's because of the process it's because Machado and Harper think about.
Typhoon Mangkhut lashes Hong Kong and mainland China; at least 28 dead in Philippines
"Says the detour will add hours to travel plans were asking those travelers to use Virginia's sixty four west to ICTY one to us seventy five in Tennessee to us sixteen into Georgia truck didn't says the detour helps ensure drivers will not become stranded on closed interstates. The death toll at least thirteen I'm Barbara Kusak.