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Camilla pays tribute to the queen: 'Carved her own role'

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Camilla pays tribute to the queen: 'Carved her own role'

"Londoner Caroline quilty said paying respects to the queen was a once in a lifetime opportunity I think it's a moment in history And if I didn't come and celebrate it and see it and be part of it I think I would really regret it Mourner Kim Taylor Smith said the monarch played an important role in his life It was important for us to come and pay our tribute to the queen I mean we've known the queen all our life Growing up with her it's almost like having a grandma King Charles will briefly stand vigil at his mother's coffin in the evening with his siblings princess Anne Prince Andrew and Prince Edward Karen Chammas

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An Identity Crisis of Royal Proportions

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

An Identity Crisis of Royal Proportions

"Think the problem for the royals is that they, they don't know whether to be ancient or moderns. Now Queen Elizabeth clearly in that sense was an ancient by which I mean almost a creature from the 19th century. And then on the other hand, you have the moderns, the now the age of the moderns with the royalty began with lady die. And lady Diana was the quintessential modern. Emoting in public and these are my feelings and, you know, I'm here as a princess and I'm here. She was kind of on a personal journey. Now, if you think about what it means to be a king or a prince and royalty, it's not about being on a personal journey. So contrast the queen for whom the queen always spoke in the language of duty. I see this as a task. This is a kind of assignment that I've been given you may say by history and I'm discharging it with a sense of acceptance and perhaps even of obligation. I think the problem for the royalty is that both the old virtues and the kind of new style are today you have to ask why because to some degree I suppose Charles is a little bit more like his mom than he is like Diana. But on the other hand, Charles is almost a parody of his mom. He has an extremely weird life, he's got this weird consort, Camilla Parker Bowles. He messed up his whole marriage. I think Charles ultimately was responsible for that. So he's not exactly an admirable exemplar of the old world. And then you've got these bratty offspring of whom I think particularly who's the younger guy, honey, is it Harry? Harry and Meghan Markle, this is sort of the grotesque progeny. And so you have to ask, if you've got people who would rather be, have I'd rather have a Netflix deal than live in Balmoral Castle.

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King Charles III to Follow in the Queen's Footsteps

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

King Charles III to Follow in the Queen's Footsteps

"It is the tradition that has been for centuries, the Queen is dead long live the king. We already have King Charles the third as he will be known. What are the expectations? What are the concerns for this transition? You are a storied observer of the British political scene. Will this be smooth? Will this be a challenge for Charles? I think it will be smooth. I mean, he's waited his entire life for this. He made his debut as the queen's speech maker actually. In the last opening of parliament, there were the apartment because she was not well enough to do it. And he seemed surprisingly nervous considering that you would expect that this is a job that he's been wanting. But it's almost in a way a bittersweet for him because obviously it's a job he wants, but he doesn't like the way that he is somehow inherited The Crown. But we've moved already very quickly to the fact that we now have a king. It's already along with the king. We're going to change the national anthem. It felt so king. And Charles was a bit of an a curious character. These murdered with the green agenda. He likes to talk to flowers, you know, he was hated by some people because of his affair with Camilla who's now the queen consort, the way he treated Diana is not particularly well liked by some. But you know, the monarchy in the end is the monkey and we are run in a very stable way by a head of state who is not elected. And I think that makes us part of a very special relationship with our own royal family. And so I think he will respect that. I don't think he will go headlong into anything unusually an Arctic. I don't think he's going to change anything too much, but it will be a massive wrench for the whole country and it will take us a long time to get used to.

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Leonardo DiCaprio Breaks up With 'Old' Camilla Morrone

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:19 min | Last month

Leonardo DiCaprio Breaks up With 'Old' Camilla Morrone

"Leo DiCaprio is split with his girlfriend and four years Camilla Moroni. Does anybody even know what this chick looks like? I mean, let's be honest. We've all heard her name, all right? We'd probably saw a few pictures of her. I'm not going to sit here and say I can tell you, I don't think I could even recognize her in a police lineup. I really don't. I think she's cute. I think she's got a good body. I know she's young, but she's not like a girl that was paraded around when he was younger and dating, you know, Gisele Bündchen and bar Rafael. So I don't really know Camilla and Al Pacino and her mother. He was with her for four years and now they're done and he broke up with her because you know what? She turned 25 years old. That's the thing guys, that's what you have to know. Leonardo DiCaprio breaks up with girls. What is he 47? I think he's in his late 40s. He doesn't like anybody over 25. He just doesn't. I think he thinks 25 is ancient. And by the way, what is her job? What is she doing again? Does anybody know what she does? How does she make money? I don't think anybody knows. I don't.

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And she waved: Festive pageant caps queen's Platinum Jubilee

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

And she waved: Festive pageant caps queen's Platinum Jubilee

"The 96 year old monarch has curtailed her schedule in recent months due to problems moving around prior to Sunday the queen had only appeared in public twice during the four day holiday weekend celebrations Officials said she experienced discomfort during those events thousands mass outside by camp palace as a monarch appeared on the balcony with her son and heir Prince Charles his wife Camilla and her eldest grandson Prince William and his family the queen waved and smiled after the crowds belted out God save the Queen London

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What California's Reparations Report Actually Means

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 4 months ago

What California's Reparations Report Actually Means

"Now, obviously, if you're white, you're not eligible. If you're Hispanic, you're not eligible. If you're Asian, you're not eligible. But if you are black and you can document that you descended from a slave or from slaves, non black Americans will have to give you money. That's exactly what reparations is. It's a 500 page report, it will be the first government commission study on harms against the African American community. The task force chairwoman, somebody named Camilla Moore, Camilla Morris said, I hope that this report is used not only as an educational tool, but an organizing tool for people not only in California, but across the United States. California's Gavin Newsom created the task force. Naturally.

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Long in queen's shadow, Charles takes greater public role

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Long in queen's shadow, Charles takes greater public role

"It's good to be queen No one knows that better than Queen Elizabeth II who's showing no signs of stepping aside after 70 years on the British throne but the aging suffering is giving Prince Charles an increasingly prominent role delegating more responsibilities to her eldest son and heir That became obvious last month when Charles who is 73 accompanied by his wife Camilla presided over the state opening of parliament one of the monarch's most important duties the subtle transition illustrates the changes confronting the royal family as the 96 year old queen remains on the throne but Charles becomes the ever more public face of the monarchy as Britain celebrates the queen's platinum jubilee this week the royals are working to cement the position of a sometimes misunderstood heir and demonstrate that the House of Windsor will live on Charles De Ledesma London

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Shawn Mendes Is Basically Saying He Wants to Come out of the Closet

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:24 min | 5 months ago

Shawn Mendes Is Basically Saying He Wants to Come out of the Closet

"How long have I told you that Shawn Mendes is not straight? And his relationship with Camilla Cabello was phony. A long time, many of you said, AJ, it's gone on too long. Could it? No. And now Shawn Mendes says this. He admitted in the candid letter shed on Twitter last week that he has a tough time being honest with his fans at times. He said sometimes I ask myself, what is it that I should be doing with my life and what I always hear in return is to tell the truth to be the truth. I feel like that's a hard thing to do though. Okay. I'm afraid that if people know and see the truth, they might think less of me. They might become bored or of me. So when these moments of feeling low, I either put on a show or I hide. And he shared that he constantly feels like he's either flying or drowning. And it makes him wonder whether other 20 somethings experience the same emotional highs and lows. He said the truth is, I really do want to show up in the world as my 100% true, honest, unique self and not care what anyone thinks. Sometimes I do. Sometimes I really don't care what people think and I feel free most of the time it's a struggle though.

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Biden and Pump Price Shock

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | 7 months ago

Biden and Pump Price Shock

"W and I wanted to do a segment together on Biden and gas. Now, to be clear, we're not talking about the time when Biden released gas when he was in London, giving Camilla Parker Bowles a virtual heart attack. No, we're talking about Biden and gas prices. Gasoline. Gasoline. And you and I were chuckling because as an article in CBS News, this is how the media regurgitates the propaganda of the administration. It's called three reasons why gas prices are so high and when they might come down, right? So we think, okay, well, they're bound to emphasize a couple of reasons, but surely one of the three reasons is going to have to do with Biden's suppressing domestic energy production, right? Wrong. There are three reasons that they have nothing to do with any of this. So basically, I go on Facebook, every once in a while and post things, and I thought it was so telling because in my feed, I had, you know, I was looking at different posts of people arguing about who's responsible for the price of gas. And so it got me thinking and I was like, you know, everyone please send me photos of your pump when you fill up because I want to see how expensive it is for you to fill up. And my goodness, I got some great photos as I'm going to post some on the video portion of the website of the website. Oh, the podcast. So people can see most of them are over a $100. And we talked about this. People that make minimum wage. That's like their whole day. That's like working 8 hours to pay for gas. It's ridiculous. But anyway, so I was very, very interested in what people are saying. And of course, our side says one thing. The other side says, Biden is not responsible for gas prices. Stop being that way, even my own little darling daughter tells me that it's a global issue, but I think she's been listening to TikTok a little too long. Well, the Biden administration, which I guess is trying to reach this call for the 1825 cohort has been briefing these TikTok influencers, right? It's kind of a oh, and their influencers all right. They influence a few people that I

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Olympics Live: US skaters lose appeal to get silver medals

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Olympics Live: US skaters lose appeal to get silver medals

"U. S. bobsledder Elena Meyers Taylor extended her mental record at the Beijing games pilot Meyers Taylor in break woman Sylvia Hofmann took home the bronze in the two woman bobsled event Saturday competing in what could have been her last race Meyers Taylor secured her fifth Olympic medal after beginning the games and cope with quarantine starting out in US isolation I had no idea what was possible but fortunately I had a great team behind me who believed in me who believe that this is possible and I couldn't ask for a better outcome and arbitrators have rejected an appeal by U. S. figure skaters to have their silver medals awarded by the end of the Olympics the nine American skaters finished second in the team event that was marred by a doping positive by Russia's fifteen year old Camilla Valjevo I'm given Coolbaugh

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 Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

"American Brittany Bowe claim the first individual medal of her career with a bronze in the women's one thousand meters speedskating event at the Beijing games both secured a spot on the podium by just one tenth of a second with a time just under one minute and fifteen seconds in men's curling team Shuster will play for a bronze medal against Canada after falling eight to four versus Great Britain and the lista Lou was the highest finishing American and women's singles figure skating after placing seventh controversial Russian Camilla Belle gave a missed the podium entirely finishing fourth I'm

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Prince Charles isolating after testing positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Prince Charles isolating after testing positive for COVID-19

"Britain's prince Charles has tested positive for coke with nineteen and his self isolating a message on the prince's official Twitter page said Charles tested positive on Thursday morning I was deeply disappointed not to be able to attend a scheduled visit in Winchester England Charles who is seventy three I've met thousands of people joined a large reception at London's British Museum on Wednesday evening he was accompanied by his wife Camilla I was in close contact with with US treasury secretary rishi Sunak among others it's not immediately clear what his condition is or whether Charles had recently met with his mother the queen Charles Taylor this month London

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Chloe Kim dominates in halfpipe for second straight Olympic gold

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Chloe Kim dominates in halfpipe for second straight Olympic gold

"AP sports I'm Chuck Friedman the United States has the first woman to win back to back gold medals on the halfpipe Chloe Kim put her name in the winter Olympic lore in Beijing grabbing an early lead boosting her to eventual second gold medal Nathan Chen wins gold in men's figure skating becoming just the seventh American man to win the individual competition Russian Camilla all you have are considered the biggest star in skating has reportedly tested positive for a banned heart medication she led the Russian Olympic committee ice skating team to gold last weekend but now that we're in is in jeopardy a top ten upset in college basketball six three Houston fell to SMU eighty five eighty three out of the pros the Cleveland Cavaliers have churned out their twelfth win in the last fifteen games beating Houston won all five ninety two Darius garland had twenty seven to leave the campus the Utah Jazz center Joe Ingles to Portland to highlight a three team trade former

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Queen marks 70th anniversary with support for Camilla

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Queen marks 70th anniversary with support for Camilla

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Anisimova upsets defending champion Osaka at Australian Open

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Anisimova upsets defending champion Osaka at Australian Open

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"j. camilla" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

08:23 min | 11 months ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on Short Wave

"This message comes from in PR sponsor, novo Nordisk. Most people think obesity is just a matter of willpower, but it's a biologically based serious progressive disease with severe complications and decreased life expectancy. Novo Nordisk is working to change how the world sees and manages obesity. The first step in turning the tide is recognizing that obesity is a disease, all to help improve the lives of those who suffer from it, and to remove the social stigma. More at truth about weight dot com. In her quest for connection and understanding, Camilla's memoir covers a lot of ground. Everything from using machine learning to help us make tough decisions to finding harmony in our relationships using wave theory. There's a lot of science packed in this book. And today we're going to focus on just two chapters. One, connecting thermodynamics to perfectionism, and the other relating fear to light. All right, flipping to page 48. The thermodynamics chapter focuses specifically on the second of the three laws. I'll let Camilla explain. So the second law of states that a spontaneous reaction in a system will only occur if the entropy of that reaction is bigger than zero, AKA, there needs to be more chaos after then before. Entropy is just a fancy word for disorder. And the second law of thermodynamics basically says that the disorder of a system will increase, like how a plate breaks or the messiness of Camila's teenage bedroom increases. She dedicates this chapter how to forget about perfectionism to her mom. And it begins like this. What to an untrained eye seem like chaos was to me personally tailored with everything what I put it last, spontaneously curated to ensure the optimum place for immediate use, possessions, strewn across the middle of the floor, hadn't just been left there by accident, but to ensure I would have equal access to them for either end of the room. It spontaneous and adaptable. To me, this is how I roll. That urge me motherly rolling of the eyes. Good luck with that. She murmured. In exactly the same term of voice your juice and I said aged four that I wanted to marry Elton John. When your mom was talking about you cleaning your room, you actually write in the book you wanted to clap back with the second law of thermodynamics. Yeah. And you didn't at the time, but you did in the book. So what is that? And what does that have to do with bedroom cleaning? So it's a lot easier to create more chaos and disorder in a system than it is to keep it tidy, which is one of the reasons why we spend so much energy trying to create order in our lives. It's about choosing the battles, because being perfect and having this complete specific vision of how everything should lay to the tiniest detail, take so much energy and quite a lot of those tiny little battles aren't worth it because they don't make too much of a difference. And for me, so aerodynamics just gave me awareness that this took energy and as we get older, we forget that because we're superhuman and toxic positivity means you have endless energy because we're all amazing humans, but we're not we're biology. And we're victims of physics, right? We're victims of physics and our energy is dictated by the laws of science. Like we there you go. Absolutely right. We don't have infinite amounts of energy. And I mean, as someone who has struggled with perfectionism, for you to apply the laws of thermodynamics in stopping and asking, is this where I want to put my energy right now? Was actually really healing. To hear that message that way. Thank you. I'm really glad because don't get me wrong, we can all get stuck in a rut where we forget about that. I mean, we're human, but for me, my priorities are writing, making sure the dogs fed, making sure the family is well, I'm fit and healthy and there was a quite abstract, but they're achievable in a day. And if you've got a kind of goal that's going to take 6 months, don't try and be like, oh my God, I've got to get it all done today, which is tempting, which is what I do, but know that it's okay to not be on time or to do the to do lists. You don't know how things are going to unfold. And that's okay. Yeah. And the laws of physics seem to support that. They totally do. Physics has your back on this one. The other chapter I want to talk about is and I think it's honestly one of the most beautiful chapters in the book is how to feel the fear. And you talk about the anxiety attacks you've experienced about night terrors about living with autism spectrum disorder and ADHD. And generalized anxiety and the attendant emotions that come with it. And I'm wondering how you started thinking about your fears differently using science. I think being able to model your fear is something separate to you is a relieving thing in itself, because then it makes you be like, okay, you makes you see it in your own hands as opposed to you be just completely absorbed in it and being autistic. You get this quite often when things such as sirens and leaf blowers can really set you off on an absolute meltdown, where everything suddenly just crashes down on you, like blinding light. It makes you feel sick. And so I've had to teach myself a way to kind of unpack that and be like, okay, I feel this. It feels like this. This is when this happens. What are my scared of? And for me, it was looking at the refraction of the sunlight through a crystal oyster shell duck thing that my mom has in her window. Yes, let's walk through this slowly. So at some point in processing your fears, you figured out that fear is kind of like light. Yeah. So every morning at 7 a.m. or just before school, the sun would shine or hopefully it would do. And if it did, it would refract its light on my mother's crystal oyster duck thing. She had no windows cell, and burst into a rainbow. And I was like, oh, wait a minute. This prism is turning something that we don't see as colorful, yet very bright. Into something that is beautiful. You could almost taste it. And I was like, this is amazing. And I knew that it had something to do with physics because I remember seeing a diagram in a physics book. Over time, I realized that I needed to be my own prison and that means being transparent enough to be able to pivot what you're feeling into how it affects you. It's very important to be transparent because that's when you work through things and you can talk about them with your opaque, and the lightbulb get in and you can't see any of the colors. And it's a very metaphorical model I admit. By the way, Camilla is constantly tweaking and testing her thoughts. She is a true scientist. And she said something really interesting at this point in our conversation. Since the book has come out. Camilla has been experimenting with not becoming a prism. Not trying to dissect and analyze how she feels right away. To not put pressure on yourself to sort it out, because I think a lot of people feel like, oh my God, I got to come up with steps to sort it out, but it doesn't work like that. And I think you've been able to realize that is quite good. It gives yourself time to analyze it and not put pressure to just sort it. I think it's impressive that you have evolved your thinking beyond what you published in the book. You've continued to experiment with this model and even ask yourself if what you wrote back then is how you what you would abide by right now. Yeah, no, definitely. Oh, that's the thing. It's a science, isn't it? It's like very science like of you. You're like,.

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Duchess of Cornwall 'Can't Stop Talking' About Joe Biden's 'Long, Loud' Fart at COP26

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 11 months ago

Duchess of Cornwall 'Can't Stop Talking' About Joe Biden's 'Long, Loud' Fart at COP26

"A lot of people listening right now don't know this, but this is it's been all over the Internet. I love when people say it's been all over the Internet, or the Internet is angry about something. Well, the fact of the matter is that at the G 8 summit or the G 6 summit when they were talking about greenhouse gases and climate change, this is not a joke, folks. This is a sad statement. Our leader Joe Biden, vice President Biden was with Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess, of Cornwall. The duchess of Cornwall. Now that is, this is the woman that Charles was enamored of during his marriage with Princess Diana. You'll remember this. And then eventually, of course, he married Camilla Parker Bowles, who is now the Dutch as she styled officially as the duchess of Cornwall. Now, if you hear those sirens, I'm in Wichita, Kansas. So I have no idea whether it would be sirens here. It doesn't make any sense. Usually we have science in New York. Anyway, I'm in Wichita. And I want to tell you about where I am and everything. But before I get into all that, I just want to say that there was a royal incident that was reported. It's all over the news this morning. I have put it on Twitter. If you don't follow me on Twitter or on gab or just make sure it's not a tornado siren, right? I don't know what that was happening. I don't know. All I know is I'm in Wichita. They tell me. So it seems that Joe Biden while he was talking to Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess of Cornwall and the wife of the Prince Charles, he I don't know how to put this. He passed what we would like to call gas, very loudly. And it was a long, low kind of like a boatswain's call. If you've ever been in the navy, actually no, that's high pitched. This was, but it was widely reported. Camilla talked to people about it and it got out. So it's all over the news. And I guess this is what you call breaking news.

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Possibility of Life on Other Planets

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:13 min | 11 months ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Possibility of Life on Other Planets

"John's my friend. We have a lot to talk about. We've already been talking about many important things. Now, we did talk about Camilla Parker Bowles. We're not going to talk about her anymore. We're going to talk about Camilla Harris who's the vice president of the United States. And she styled as the duchess of Sacramento. And or actually, we don't have to talk about her. What would you like to talk about? Rather, move to more elevated topics. I've got a piece of stream dot org called a pale blue dot, I think not. And in it I talk a bit about your book is atheism dead. I talk about the book, the privileged planet. Carl Sagan on the old cosmos from the 1970s and 80s. Used to present the vastness and emptiness of the universe. And are small rather off center position in it as proof of human insignificance. He would say things like in a wear on a third rate planet with a second tier star and an unfashionable neighborhood of the back end of nowhere of an universe that is vast and seemingly empty. Where there is doubtless life on billions of other planets, and maybe far more advanced than our own. Well, since then, science, capital S, science, TM, trademark, has discovered something new. It's discovered that there are very few planets in the universe that are in fact inhabitable. We used to think, oh, maybe there's life based not on carbon, but silicon or magnesium based life forms. No, no. Science is increasingly found that life has to be based on carbon, it has to have water, it has to have tectonic plates. It has to have a moon. It has to be within a certain distance, perfect sort of Goldilocks distance to a medium sized star. The number of constraints on inhabitable exoplanets has kept growing and growing and growing. And the number of candidates for planets that might have life has been shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking until it seems increasingly as if earth and maybe a few other very earth like planets somewhere. Are the only places where life could possibly exist. I would go, I have gone a step farther in what I have written. I have said that the number of planets where life should exist shrank down down down down down to zero and then kept going. In other words, the odds against life even existing on a single planet like earth went below zero to increasingly impossible to the point where I now argue in my book miracles and in the new book is atheism dead that the odds against any life existing are

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Camilla Parker Bowles Can't Stop Talking About Joe Biden's 'Long Fart'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 11 months ago

Camilla Parker Bowles Can't Stop Talking About Joe Biden's 'Long Fart'

"Apparently Camilla Prince Charles wife can't stop talking about Biden passing wind. Loudly. Can't stop talking about it. Now, I never thought I'd talk about passing gas on the Mike Gallagher show. There's a four letter word that starts with F that's pretty crude that most people use. I don't know. That's not one of the 7 dirty words, right Eric. I mean, we I don't think so, but I don't like saying it. I think passing wind is better. I talked to Mark Davis about it this morning in Dallas, I thought he was going to fall off the chair. President Biden, according to the daily mail and sources to the mail, Biden let out a long, loud, well, passing wind, while speaking, with Camilla Parker Bowles at the climate change summit. She hasn't stopped talking about it. It has been reported. The pair were making small talk at the global climate change gathering in Scotland when the president broke wind. The source told the outlet, it was long, it was loud, and it was impossible to ignore. And Camilla hasn't stopped talking

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"j. camilla" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on The Good Problem

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"j. camilla" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on The Good Problem

"She might them seif skype back to this idea. hustle royal commission. And the fact that we need to hear from children who are currently children experiencing the system by ulcer who who are now adults. What does it look like to actually really center the riots and voices of children in a family environment. If you could say his how to do it his what would be best. What would it look like the first thing you have to abolish the serial system. So family law raisins. I think you have to read of this medieval track around the law of having an adversarial. Trial presided over by a judge with the structure of the more escalates conflict in that it actually simply merest the magic of an abusive relationship and it is also largely predicated on passage high archive full representation abolish the agricultural system for family purposes. I i would look at establishing real limits to litigation in line with murphy judge. You know i'd be willing to consider we say at this age. The court will not listen Child as if the child were prophecy. Logic got as she needs shift. The child's best interest factors need to be rewritten. He north from commission today. Good job of that. But that they've been thrown out by the the government already and we nature for curse own understanding that the reason these people are in is because of the appears in an ideal world midnight or arbitrate. The mouse i think if you had a multi disciplinary panel pay who was out at sort of at the serial of the courts hand quick play get to the heart of price to create an environment that supports children. Ironically the court has to be mature enough to engage children. At the moment they say children are not mature enough to engage with us over. The court is very toxic and dangerous choosen. Come it's like will grow up changes on to place. The tool way at children's consumes his as part of that. I think that particularly child survivors need to be talk to in full. The justice system about their needs once interests and the way that children and young people. We are also to young people here adolescents. Nate should be in palate in that process. Sir too obvious. Things abolish the adversarial system for family. Naturals and rewrite the child's best interests practice but that's the tip of the iceberg. It was new. Tie occult show that needs to shift and what's happening at the moment eastern. They've rebranded the courts. It's the same old system with a few new names in an eu website at any chinese marketing video at culinary on a draw. A lens back out to you. Who would you say is your greatest insolence in your Currently signed deere's doing good your work. Oh my gosh my mind sessions kinda goes blank. He thought much about doing woods truths remind way. To tell you the truth. I have a huge mauritian for a large number of the investigative journalists who have gone in day on to tell the sorts of stories and people like just hill but some really reports citing check'll from the ib and entertains people who despite lot and it is the hardest. Wash have gone in the wing. Bad things happen in the dark. I take cliche. i know. Somebody's got to tell the story when journalism is at its best. They get to tell somebody else's story in the heart that something will change slightly Beautiful philosophical question. What steeping the greatest. Social challenge without time is an end. It's something that people a- future generations with look back on. It wonder what on earth we were thinking. It's gonna be climate change. It also comes back to children decision because Mortgaging the future of other people of children in a recent decision. They environment minister overturn to court. Decision told them that they had a juicy of care to children when they made environmental decisions. And that's actually been thrown out the window. I it's an epic court decision but that actually recognize the impact that climate change has on children. but it does seem that Think that okay. We can disregard that because our children so it does come back to some of these same issues in in a sense that propelled woo absolutely if he can tell the world something in every single passing would hear it. What would it be. what would it be. I would shrinking sonnets. I honest i honestly wish and that is also okay. Community a strange question. Time of three months of lockdown she but fifa place on a my favorite kinds of retaining. That always comes his way. I am yet. You're not from a child. Because i never got out of australia until literally. I could afford to pay my own way yard. What i wanted to do was go places and see the rules. And i i did very etc things each year when young travel china mongolia and south america. You know all of these things. But i think it's still that sense lot Real wanda of going somewhere else. Someone you and finding something out. Yes so that. That's still my favorite nice. Yeah i have to agree with you. You've just described. My my absolutely absolutely is my favorite thing to do is to be going somewhere new philip cookie rating. Now i am teaching and lecturing and just say if you rate is actually work and i have been rating the proceedings of phase senate standing committee on constitutional late phase from the nineteen seventy s obliterating mike. That's a beautiful light reading. You know i should say that. I'm raiding honor.

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"j. camilla" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on The Good Problem

"To understand that is the kind of gender-based finance that comes out of in lissi. Yeah yeah. I mean those steps and and reading the bulk it it kind of strikes me that the court can often be used as a feather tool to facilitate Control financial peace and in fact a large amount of the cases are involving complex property and ends assets distributions where children at kind of seen as part of that robin as individual rights holders. Look you know a huge amount of the. It's time and it goes back to you know what happened to the family. The caseload in the family court tradition may lady knocks through the merger was fifty percents. Property are nick cases and they were really complex property cases with tax liabilities disorders. That the to copy here amount of the courts time. They also appeals. And the magellan list which is serious The reality for mice families facing domestic abuse Before family cool family coat was the rolls royce archive and then the second circuit court is sort of like holding justice. Look court stachel realm and this ever. The first chief. Justice was which is extraordinary. She also laid the royal commission on human relationships which was a radical initiative to get people talking about the things that concern them in families san antonio sorts of things five faith that the family bombings changed or that despite the very slender gangs that that women had children had made on the the family. bombings at the time were reported much the same way that we still tend to report domestic violence. The media recognized that moody's wrong but they sage. What's wrong with the family cool. That would drive a man to such extremes and of course the first thing that the government did his turn around and and let us to the men's rights groups that time of which were very many saying we want to listen to your concerns. What can we get help at advance. i think it really it was somewhat equities from the interestingly enough one of the first used amendments to the family act was the scrapping of the provisions. That coach should not make an order country to the wishes of child of fourteen and up unless there are serious concerns. It was an attempt to she. Side you're nature. Listen to and a sense to rule a line and it compelled judges to side. This is where you will very very seriously listen to children. There were other children's provision tostao that that was the one that they start to all the way through the parliament. This idea that way will make houston to trump children at fourteen at the people who john get hurt. Afford of course in family courts are the people who have must at stake and that is children. It kind of brings to mind the into sections like the laura's in industry in being predominantly potentially steak industry and approach to children and how they viewed as individual rights holders. That have voices that deserve to be heard. Better able to articulate. And then kind of that intersection. Which i'm interested in. You know you talked about the men's rights groups and political influence gender politics. How how those kind of those things Become part of the family court environment that we staged i. The biggest problem is taking it back to children in particular Is that the family would just not really recognize children's rights. It takes a couple of national ideas or one particular national death from the convention on the rights and gives the lipson so we have a set of best factors and at the top of their at two ts. inveighs factors How judge will think about a case and chop is what recalled. The twin pinas are way out. The judge will consider the child's rights to have a relationship both parents archive and the child's life. She secretary on the one hand piecing the child safety against the parents desires and all the other hand. We assume that children's rights are the same as parents rights. So what you have. Thera is is what you'd call a kind of a proxy right. What is allegedly the child's rights to have a relationship. Actually the proxy right. It's it's a proxy expression parent's rights. So it's not really the child's right at all. A child has a right to a relationship by a domestic abuse case. The child's immature child. Aven does not have the right to refuse the relationship which is astounding and not centered in in children strives to have a voice in decisions that affect them. Yeah and les huguenots child protection. Workers will always tell lowering the child to spe is just a mechanism is one of the strongest mechanisms that we have for ensuring the child safety and yet the Bag is on the family. What mostly goes on behind the scenes. Yes we have. These trials are kyw which Something else to watch box macelve- the determination guys on behind the scenes with with various functionaries in patex food. This sort of thing children who have been through the family hordes will commonly nobody There was always another agenda. I was choose skittish to side what was happening because i always knew that there was an agenda depending on who i was talking to. I did not feel safe. That last line is the key we know if children feel safe they will speak up that if they don't feel safe they want and it's an profoundly serious concern and because there's no Your accountability built into the system. I mean Very recently if my recommendations it gonna actually make Who gets to the next batch. Box in afghanistan saying the adversarial system. We have what's called a single expert witness no-one other than the judge in the lowest raise the experiences on it's not subject to any Say appear review process which as we are in a Theo that capacity jaymin strikes your outcomes to panel of ups and to have about his old that that is the gold standard expertise. I find it a story. Shame that in the colts. You have a single ex-bush don is or challenge. The report and the only people who get to see are people who are simply not qualified because they not fit the experts. The piece of the expert opinion in the field with design level affiliation. 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"j. camilla" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on The Good Problem

"The book and went straight by the are just watched city. Promotional video New family close. And i was hard signs. That was from rocketing. A white guys right now. Mike cohen said catherine mumbai. Not so my old one day and she said singling bigger. Write this book. And i'm like no. I bravo john puffiness. The other side of that is dick into Are no an isolated. What about it. She's rice and then win Polling hansen with appointed deputy. Sheriff a joint slickness say fringe radical rights weighing persona so far removed from the client mainstream values of right and wrong and doing Iran catherine Angie very Language told her why. It's yes we have these so it really needed to be written. It was something that had to be sage. It's trying to put a sense. Aaron in the public tonight of how family is experienced by the people who are subject to it because the very people who are the most subject to the system on the people who are silenced and particularly children we ignore that terrible things happen in the dock. The only people who i if a ost shoe account for what's going on The people here. I'm sorry are incentivized to say. There's nothing to see here. Yeah i wanna pick up one quite a few of those themes but i for overseas listeners than people that darnell haven't experience family court system. Can you give us an overview of the history of that. How did it come about. And what was said political environment in which it emerged. The family court was your famously bonin heart. It was when it came into a the most progressive family your in the world and it was set up with this idea that if they were marriages that had irretrievably broken down and relationships which had irretrievably broken down. The party's deserve to be able to pop with dignity without the blair media publicity that there was a great tool at the time. And that's where section one to one comes off fed divorces being the fodder for the sunday tabloids every week and all stars all the problems such as domestic abuse and child abuse would simply disappear. Dissolve wants people could separate. Sorry it was nice. Educating you know when you think about the seventy s. I mean it was an extremely whole society. I mean the gains. Yes it was the. It was the time of women's lib as it was back then and the revolution. But the revolution pain. Because of your neck Stiffen the jump from when women they can theoretically eligible for the same men and i. I would use the woodsy radically. Because as we know the the japan cup assists and so i think there was a huge amount of muggy. I see it. That's fine in a project that i'm jay. Might now for the william institute on trolling through those debates. And i had this terrible uncanny feelings of this picture in your mind. Dopp bonsai this chick named sitting around in the room. I can't decide what's best for women and children just like so far. I've found what woman in the whole economic quality is intrinsic to any kind of other 'social justice or you're not kinda well-fed he's caused. Women particularly stay in as relationships because economic play they cannot find a path out. Yes for the other too many many other reasons. The economic is parts of vase Face naive debates at the time about how wake to empower women to be in inverted commas economically rate habilitated through the Ambulance tight of your mind and yet it was very as was hopeful. And i think that's it was a huge improvement of the divorce louis that that came before and i think that we should news of that. Before the passage of the family law act a judge could order a woman high Abusive husbands so it was born out of heart with high ideals and somewhat of a simplistic in naive notion that it would solve what we know to be very very complex issues that we're still not solving today. We are now at a point where this month. The family court has merged with the federal circuit court. And that's a move that has been fairly strenuously opposed by legal in family violence experts. Why did this happen. And why is it so controversial. I think that the story. That doesn't get talked about the court now. Trump is that the court mitch merely gives full recognition to the status crime. The reality is that the federal circuit courts which was founded in by. How did nine hundred ninety nine. As the magistrates coach has progressively taken over ninety percents of the family caseload sluggish into mystic violence cases. And all but the most obvious child abuse cases all of those cases will be heard in the federal circuit court and have been for twenty years. Okay so this is a fight complete. They rave ranting at the courtroom gonna use that language because i watched my hora de promotional videos for for the new coach that stance recognise son to the reality of people's lives the sorts of matters that come before the course to eighty five percent of cases that come before the court our domestic abuse cases at least half of them involve serious safety concerns and a huge number physical violence. But of course we do a most dangerous for the finances connected to things like intimate partner. Homicide is coercive and controlling violence which the nor doth notch recognize struggles..

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"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"You would side of them like that maybe give them a little nudge in helping out support. I think the important thing is like year will always know that you're gone through something for anyone else. Well you know and it's so hard because you're ashamed and it's embarrassing to even talk about it sometimes because your behavior so crazy and you think that e console habits and it's like you want to change sirhan and i get that i think the most important thing to realize. Is that dr trial. It's never going to happen overnight and don't be upset when it doesn't happen overnight. Just find some cards to one percent better. Hda whether it's just changing little habits and the people around you that want to help you a joint. Because i love you that kathy you just be kind enough to yourself to not block is paypal at and be kind enough to yourself tonight that you deserve to be the happiest and the question that i always come back to when i asked myself is like what was that thing. I wanted most of my life than anything. We'll they kareem will then money more than anything was just to be happy and i was so opposite at so. Was that little question. What's the most important things you into in your weld and if what you're doing the behavior that you're doing right now on send you in that direction. Then just be caught enough to yourself to hope on the outside. Give that person to be hugged. Because if i locate camilla five years ago. I just want to be there for her. It was okay and angry yourself. Don't you shame yourself and it will be fun. Coach truly outage you so many wise things that he is just like. You've been through a lot you've done so much you know it's actually true story. I never had a female coach before. And it's not because of never. I've just always gravitated towards mouse. And like choose not sessions with you is actually like want like the toughest sessions of donlon. It's so good like milan sitting down the floor right now. Just like dead every single week. Love it truly all like you are one of my closest friends. I b also someone. Just inspiring in so many ways likewise. It's it's incredible. Say what you've gotten through. So i'm sure just reach out and in their own like more comfortable doing. So what's the best place to connect with your If you shoot me a message on instagram camilla. i'll get back to you. And i can shoot you my email from my emails in my buyer you can email me ulcer The on he shot. And i would have hit my recovery without saying recovery of paypal and i can't tell you has faking paypal through experience helps you know. I watched closely different organizations. That were out there to support people's for eating disorders saying those people that have recovered even people are going through alcohol addiction strategy actions that have been some of the most inspiring able to me to get out and because what it's the same thing it's just a different poison. True like you just have to be triggered passion to yourself and every day and just remember lack. I have my my unhealthiest. I was twenty a lot of than i am now and miserable shell of a human.

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"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"To a point where i started had sydney half marathon in iran. Not and i had really bad pain in my ankle. It was like someone had was how saw and was wearing my ankle off. Any turn into like the biggest globe you've ever seen and i went to the clock. Acta die off data and the contractor. Said you need to go to the hospital. As if they were scared. It was so lashes so something. Do the look normal. And i'd actually run that morning. As well excruciating every step felt lack someone with soaring my leg off and they said as i show yet guy so i went and my doctor x ray and sent me strike to talk cross. Who's the sports of the sydney swans. He's incredible dr hy straightaway looks at 'em are i and i snapped my ankle. A stress fracture. That had gone all the way through. And those ligament damage and that was he then said. Wait minute also. Do a body scan and check your by density. Does that and wash my finance. He comes in as osteo pain. So i have stage one osteoporosis. Which you have. When you're in your fifties and i was twenty nine. Sorry throw that. I've kind of like i was in. I walked out of that. So i went to the gym that morning. Everyone suomi will back in the gymnastics on crutches in a moon break like every ghost. Because i like all my god. What's going to happen. She's in a boot that this is not going to end well because it was was a stroll at burger camel's back literally. I had no option but to recover so from then on things change significantly and i became very competitive in getting back. My goal was to naturally get my period to come back. It was too. I couldn't take the antidepressant. Never could because my liba. It took six months. And i remember the phone call when my doctors you did you live yellow is like this still that. They're they've come down there in ryan i'm happy with and.

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"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"Emotionally and it was at that point. I started trying to new york marathon. I slow flow at this fine and things start to get better is injected into an amazing community at attain to support me. Then the heiner floor. And he's beautiful wife to leith The mice amazing humans to me and so supportive of everything and i need. I could say habits as well when they always push. It encouraged me to get help. And i remember the new york marathon. I came back. And i was just in a hall Hot training for the marathon and I got to run. That and came up and i just felt like crap lack. I had no. Energy does nothing i could do. I went out to have christmas from my family on the sunshine. Coast saying my best friend and like wages. She's just my person in that we can not see each other using using years but we just get h. Other and she noise me through and through and she just sat me down. Nash slack cameo k. And i was cry and she was like she said to me. What what is the one thing in this world. You want more than anything else and i was like just happy like just honestly to be happy and she said what. You're going to get hockey for kate. Doing what you're doing and i knew i knew i just knew like everything i have now never would have happened if i didn't change what i was doing. And so when. I go back to see me back into work. You stop feel better because you can retain again. We still doing bad habits. But i was like i need to fix things started training for hotline fine man and i started getting really bad physical symptoms for a long time suffered from getting like really yeller hands and fate really hiller at our doctor once did what test and sets me. He brought my hands and said wait. Talk about your drinking habits. I don't drink alcohol. I haven't had a drink for ten months. Like i'm trying to marathon. I was being genuine like and you've seen me. I barely drink injury lot and anyway.

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"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"Because talked about canton calories counting mike tourism montrose yet to the degree. Referencing imagery self denial yet these old common things. And so the conning came from us you sign is like i recognize the trying to find ways to hot from paypal. Yeah it using credit. Like it's it's so common i say lauding goes and it's huge actually trained quite a few miles and isolate signs in them heavily. And it's i traded exactly lies on trade. we stay mouse. Because i have trained quad females had anorexia zero belania and those sorts situations and some people assume that men don't suffer for any mafia. All eating disorders or to say disordered. Eating and hit does not. Discriminate like doesn't discriminate. Whether you're a professional athlete or your social athlete it can get anyone. It doesn't matter what race you are. It doesn't matter what gender you off if can get you at any time but the thing is too. It's important to recognize the easing mental illness. Like it's not. Actually i think disordered eating. He's a choice absolutely that eating disorders and not. That is where it becomes a mental illness. And there's a big difference. Between the. I i just wiped out within eating disorder. Eat talk use of disordered. Aiding me to get to that point. And i think that's the way you have to really be on highlight for the people around you and that's what i recognize a lot in people really close to me. You know i say paypal. Dinners and i can say things that they're doing that ordering all things that i used to like. Their pay defender went. I went out for brunch. Only have coffee because utterly had breakfast. I haven't had breakfast and it wasn't gonna eat again for another three hours but like things like that. It's very easy to identify but through that whole process. Yeah it it just. It was a huge. And i think when you go through it was so long it was a period of lack. I would say five years that i was consumed by that whole situation from the beginning of disordered aiding to the end of lack i- recovery. And when i say recovery use because that was where erupted and got his breaking point literally. And i'll go into that because through the whole process and this is where it's so important for people know around eating disorders is that it's not just the physical stuff that's happening and as i explained my anxiety was through the roof. I had side trying new york. Paris on and i was trying fifty people to do that. That was so in design. And i ran the new york. Marathon didn't amazing time that armand betraying that marathon and doing nudist thirty. Seven coleman around fostered. And i remember saying black dots when i was like running onto the habat bridge my way back. I probably had about five minutes to an assault the winter my head was. Here's ice paypal. This is very extreme. But you hear people dropping dead in those endurance events and i was like..

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"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"Thought i could do that but i d. I just went off and i did and i started to. I move my personal training. Business to jimmy in as little retake jim and not so much like the by this time. Twenty six twenty seven as these really starts takeoff foamy in terms of my stance in the guess ryan and sydney fitness world. I was getting invited to a lot of events which you would where your training at some pretty cool james getting invited to those invitingly gym sessions not at raleigh straight invited and like trading hod lack that loving it absolutely loving it. I was doing cross fit when you need to make paypal. I joined this cross. Jim and way like went through the trials for the asia-pacific game so originals who's one before regional go showed. It was cold but we we would try and training for the olympics. But i've been very quickly. Because i just that whole competitive thing as i get in his unhealthy relationship with my head and the sport when i get to competitive and i stopped because i was getting so unhappy with while is training in. If i wasn't hitting the goals i wanted it just about performance rather than about last style so i kind of stop stop then. I doubled in an out of it a few times. Joy tend to. And i've seen some photos. She's a based everybody saying clearly like to be completely like. When i was into that i was all across his female. You know what it's like it's great. It's a great sport. Sorry did that. It was really otherwise very career driven and business driven. So i want to focus mainly on my business. I have a target. That i wanna hit. I hit the target with the people that i wanted to try. And i hit a target financially where i wanted my business to get and and through the i like not even a year had passed and i had exceeded all those things that i wanted to. So you've been a year of you being sued. You done all these years like. He's like a year of setting those goals. Decide bane. I was just onto years. Gotcha just pretty massive nice. Yeah this huge. Sorry i did that. And then i guess i at this point like i started to and we're going to go down a bit of a downhill spiral through hit. I hit those goals. I had a little side hustle. Business was really good mine. It was like an online program. Join really well with that..

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"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"Rasberry shocker. So i think i was totally destroyed shots to be competitive and wants to come out and slack girl health leather and verbalize. How competitive i was. I definitely. i'm not angle because there's differently which will go into competitive sizing really what led me down a different track just swimming. Yep But yes i was competitive. Yeah you know. It's funny story is listening in we. We had a pretty funny like my mother. I told i was told me about this. So i don't know how to nap a really and i can do it just on the rare occasion it can happen but i always definitely still. Why myself feel that. If i say i'm going to nap i'll find myself doing something reading a book or something and still manage to norton nap now on the weekend. We had the hof math on the team that you trying to solve for and put us all together and then afterwards we weren't going out is gus and applying the dj set sheds abe and also mafia. Now what's so funny. he's like. There's a massive gap. Now you and i go out really pasta thirty and not right so we were thinking if we had a big head last. Run the morning by the afternoon going to hide. We need to recover some. I'm actually working on the computer and this is a saturday. Speaking to coach texting young a union up. And she's like. I don't know how to nap dan. I'm watching netflix gaza snapping. And i'm like maybe if you make it really competitive made me feel like i'm going to add nap. You can actually work and sure enough. I said i don't know if you actually did these. I said all right see you can be better napa than me and maybe that's what's going to draw you to actually nap and did you not. I went straight to dory's and then gave up so oregon stupid competitive did showed that two millennia and she lost it so if you guys ever struggled to not be competitive about it and competitive table out there so then you went from. This was interesting. So the drill sergeant like coach that you had are you. You said that. He's a great coach. If you had the choice. Would you want that kind of coach again. I definitely do it. He was very and athetic. We every part of your and he was just very like i honestly believe the discipline and the why numerous types of the different things developments was everything that i had sort of that for him in studio and i i honestly wouldn't change a thing. I think he was coach. Adequate aas for the other thing. I would change now. He's like half gosport. Science wolfensohn is that that is especially if the same else going through very..

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"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"Even assigned to empty. I went back to the blocks humanity. Do my rice again online. Idea the foster time wall these day. Minute's finishing the mentality was not yet straight up and then from that point. I kept going. Trading hotter than before with my performance was just hours on the weekends. Those no excuse to the life lock is like i just wasn't rising. Well i my times went. There was replacing in well. But i was training so much in hindsight. Knowing what are now money church. We'd be for our coverage would be different but it fourteen fifteen and even then it was like the early thousands waiting out that sorry. I ended up having to get blood tests on and i had like silvio iron deficiency but the more ashamed at that point like signed his name because i wasn't performing the way that i should show and i just didn't want to do anything about it but everyone my parents. Everyone could say that. That was something wrong but like fix that situation going on on supplements and before you know it was doing great times again. Had his other sort of where. I'll is like to me that age. My goal is allies to are really wanna smell aches and that was i was rising state. Chance with set. Rossin francie barrett and laura's girls always aachen finals then and it was just always a gold mine to get there and you know when you get on the part of at site or not show this lack just yes like nevada all of the work either like ice to sometimes i'm pleading including including silence right for my lifestyle but when you get to sound party yes that metal harm is like this is worth it is so that and i i just i have made it and i saw that point where i was social life or vice with this is like so first off. That is the longest heard you speak solo for like. I love it because this is such a like. You're such a humbling person. You always think everyone else i. That's so cooler. Have you actually tell that story. And i pay off. Friends have been at least in this episode. They obviously greg. Oh my god. It's crazy this honestly you said so. Many things like the fact that you almost like kind of had bad experiences in the pool. I'm definitely fear of water for some reason. I don't know what it is this fee with water and it could be just that feeling of being on being cold environment. Intrigues me..

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"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"Like someone. Who's without a doubt one of the biggest fans of this podcast so like to have you on the show seeing teaching complement of being a first time. Daddy are basically we've upstairs. I'm actually upset. That's been case i apologize. Glamorous down yeah well to set the tone for those plying home coach. You and. I introduced many ezio actually at an event in australia. But we'll reconnected by lovely gentleman known as guests. Yes so i think you know against you as a person like just truly. He's awesome. i. I know that you become such a true friend. And i talked one of most our put his talking to us honestly the most mature conversations and in such a way like i think it's so cool to be able to lean on someone like yourself discussion everything but your your trainer. You work flow in australia. You are a former like swim expert. You're my coach. And you're gonna crush my on behalf on man dreams but talk us through our. I want to go back to you as an athlete. So how old were you when you swing competing and really saw inside golf in queensland australia. Yes yes so. I started swimming when i was actually in my life. I have remembering race now to swimming. When i was like is still having kids so i was doing swim baby lessons and then from there we west water mom and dad worse rising where the cost for the holidays our in country so it was more of than we went skiing likes and in which the cost the christmas holidays and so i've actually had a fear around. Well i had a few experience more skiing. H where i like are one the needs drowning experience. When i was like are would've in less than ten really understand how it happened. I don't remember vegf amendment those things around cool but when i was around ten just really like take takeoff with it and was in squad in dobie..

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"j. camilla" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

"Insight right all. It's such great insight Good reminder know we might need it's best to have more than one person has different people will react to different things. They'll ask different questions. Different perspectives and Certain friends and families might collude with us. I see this especially families. Were they start agreeing with us too much. So maybe there. I need someone else to kinda help me take a step back and look at the bigger picture so before we Were can people find you. Yes i am on instagram and facebook and youtube. So just look at. Dr camilla williams. Let's camilla with one elk. Its portuguese okay But yeah. I try to post regularly on instagram. Just videos you guys have any questions or follow up. Please find me there. I'd love to answer it committed. We definitely should stay in touch because you could give me some tips. Yeah i'd love to come. Comeback always forgiving tips and pointers. I'm just being mindful like tips and pointers are nice. But it's always easier said than done. It's when it comes down to the day to day work in the consistency that that's where we see the real change. Do you have any investment whereas before we leave Have a little bit of self compassion. Your perfectionism comes from a place of wanting to protect yourself and take care of yourself so don't beat yourself up for that. There's nothing wrong with it. Just recognize it that it was serving a purpose And it's usually trying to protect us from getting hurt or getting our feelings hurt and just acknowledged that and then just take a step back empty through. How is it serving you in. How is it no longer serving you. And that's a good place to start. That's gray having you on. And i definitely saw. This was very very helpful on. And i hope it's very helpful to my listeners because i definitely better and i definitely would love to do So my phone out the window tonight. Because most animals stop google and everything else I splash it through google. How many because that's going to go ask her questions. Do lives the technology crap. I thought the sooner but again. Thanks for coming on your welcome. Thank you and let's stay in touch. Absolutely thanks for tuning into another episode of crazy. fitness guy. healthy living podcasts. If you have enjoyed this episode please leave us a review on apple podcasts. Who podcasts or in your favorite podcast app. Make sure you subscribe to our podcast to get notified of new episodes. In the meantime visit crazy fitness guy dot com and read the latest blog. Post while you wait for the next brand new episode. Hope to see you here again..

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"j. camilla" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

"Just because i'm doing so many different task School were homework. Blogging onsite podcast in. Because i enjoy that. But the blogging editing. Braemar papers so that. Oh my gosh. I wish i had an easy answer for that. Because that's one of the problems that perfectionist struggle with is not knowing when to stop right. You just you keep doing things you keep revising learning in preparing and doing more even after you did something he keeps thinking over and over about how you could've done it better. You just don't know when to stop in that process of. How do i know that i am starting to burn out like this is starting to be too much. So it's a bit of trial and error where you need to kind of look at your day to day and start to judge like win. Am i starting to experience consequences. So if you're starting to turn in assignments at school late because you put too much on your plate and you don't have time to get to it if you're starting to flake out on commitments or appointments If you're not sleeping well write your sleep cycles. Completely outta whack or maybe you're no longer taking the time to do the cooking the meal prep or the workout that you used to regularly so it's going to be different for everyone but the idea here is you gotta take stock of your day to day and try to figure out and error so for me. I learned for example. That when i start going to bed later in later like that's one of my personal red flags than doing too much if i'm going to bed after midnight. I know from experience that after about two weeks. I'm entering burnout zone. Where i'm just short snapping irritable with everyone around me so i watch out for that if my schedule is getting so out of hand that i'm going to bid after midnight if i keep that up i'm gonna burn out so i need to kind. Slow down in reassess I had another client. She shared that like her. Immediate sign was the more. She started yelling at her kids. That was her sign like. She's yelling at her kids because she's already so stressed in so tired with everything else. She's keeping up with that. She has less patients and so that was her very you go all right. Who is a little bit of a perfectionist. That you're lynn. From learn from and so the vicious cycle it is a vicious cycle. And so but that's the thing. Is i know ongoing. M headed towards burnout. It's going to be different for each person. But it really requires you to take a look at your day-today life in start to pick up on these patterns of when i start to do this behavior shortly thereafter i burn out and it takes a bit of that trial and error. But use you. You'll learn very quickly when you start paying attention to what's happening. So how long does it take for For to figure out that they're That they burn out My as i've had. I had some days where the burnout started at five. Thirtyish six o'clock around seven o'clock but sometimes it can also help later. Orcas happened from just five reflected antenna car. And yeah yeah. That's that's one of the things that i'm so glad you brought this up because they see this so often and i know i've done it myself is as the culture. I am making some assumptions here. I'm sorry this isn't true for everyone. But i feel like we live in a culture that values work values. That go go. Go that go-getter someone who's always moving forward and doing things and are you tired of listening to ads on tv and radio. So i listen to ads on a podcast. Become premium subscriber to crazy fitness. Guys healthy living podcast to get amazing benefits like listening without. Ads exclusive behind the scenes of new episodes access to episodes early and so much more plans. Start as low as one dollars. Ninety nine cents per month for more information about our premium podcasts. Go too crazy. Fitness guy dot com slash healthy living podcast or by clicking on the crazy fitness guy.

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"j. camilla" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

"That we should call it. Like the sheldon cooper from the big bang theory selling could provide. Yes out early and i think you know just in terms of character development. I think they did a really good job in showing his character learning to embrace the process in the journey of having friends and relationships along the way and not just being so hyper focused on working getting his nobel prize. So when you look in for like friends to hold you accountable who would you What would you have them. Heck pasta may help. Because i know when i talked to my parents. It is like Whatever is this really important. And it's like kinda has really been really important so it depends on what it is you're trying to achieve but there's lots of different ways like for example for me. When i started my business i joined a group of other people who are doing a solo preneurs right people starting their own businesses and we were all doing very different businesses but because we were on a similar journey we could call each other out on like they were able to camilla who cares about the f. in funnel if you're not actually talking to anyone. There's no point in having a perfect funnel like they were able to call me out on. You're trying to get this so perfectly laid out but you actually haven't ought to someone like you're missing the whole point in so it's it's helpful to have a group of people it's it's something very specific like starting a business or a blog Even school if it's a specific subject area but in general if it's you know from piggy friends and family Wanna get someone who you can trust and you feel safe with. I think that's one of the key exists. This needs to be a safe person. Because sometimes people do say her will and so we need. We need to know that we're talking to someone who genuinely cares about us in has our back because when they call us out on something it means it's more meaningful And someone who Like what you shared is I keep checking google every day and trying to see where my ranking is and my immediate thought is what are you making me. Are you making being something about you. So if you have a friend who can have that conversation with you. At that level you are so many miles ahead of everyone else. In being able to have that sounding board in that person that you can turn to And if you don't have in your life there's so many groups that kind of creating form those relationships out there different how. I think there's like a lot of names come to mind and But yeah i definitely yeah. I can't believe. I finally hit the nail on the head even at the running our lives in my jones during the last few months i second piece put the puzzle piece together there but as yet there is on top of goes because like you see all these celebrities out there now compare myself this larry by any means because i'm a noxious we see. Yeah but i wanted like i wanted to. I'm gonna have my name knowledge gas to get myself more authority I mean authority in the bad way but just like a. He's actually a a well-known Public speaker motivational speaker and he has a love bio myself as i can. I know i can control any of that but it has kind of makes me like only guesses show. They weren't Zaken persuade but i can do anything about it and The the the speak a few times. It's that control right. Like i hear you say i know i can't control that. The mental perfectionists. Right that will do. It's logically. I know it but feeling like bristol wanna try. I know it can't control what they think of me. But i still want to try to control what they think of me by doing everything. Just right and just great in perfectly. They're going to be like. Wow this is amazing. And that's one of the traps that perfectionists fall into and so one of the ways that i will conceptualize perfectionism is about control. It's you're trying to control the outcome right. If i do everything just right then. It's going to be just fine. You're not really worried. This is my perfectionist heartening delegating. it's about controlling. How other people see us. If i don't make any mistakes. Everything is perfect than no one's going to judge me or criticizing and they're gonna think i'm awesome right. Ns about controlling my own feelings If i do everything. And i noticed good enough in our office. And i don't have to like be anxious and i don't have to be stressed because i know i'm doing everything so there's nothing that a perfectionist hates more than not being in control not having that control and kind of being in the state of uncertainty in. This is where a lot of people were kind of down under perfectionism in other areas when something is out of their control. And that's why like one of my other tips that all always ask people this question and you gotta learn to ask yourself. This question is what am i making. This mean i keep checking google rankings. What am i making. It mean about myself being really honest. What's the meaning Because you hopefully you'll learn to get this place where you can accept like this is something that's out of my control. I need to focus on what i can't control and that second piece of talking about i need to learn to enjoy the journey. Enjoy the process. While i'm at it and so i was curious How do you know when you been like a game. Burnt down like i know. I'm feeling kind of bread. Dow not not mr anything at all the podcast interview edge as more like i. Don't let's say.

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"j. camilla" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"j. camilla" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

"My guest today as cannella williams who is also a doctor She is gonna talk about perfectionism lech. sounds exactly like me and how i feel today and yesterday and the day before that pretty much every single day welcome. Thank you so much for having me. Here today I you know i. It takes one to know. And i'm a perfectionist in recovery myself so tug about perfectionism. So there's a couple of different ways to define perfectionism but what you're looking at it at the root. Is this idea that. If i do seems perfectly after behaving get everything done just right then i can spare myself. The pain and the shame that comes from judgement criticism or rejection by others Usually at the core of perfectionism is this belief for this fear of. I'm just not good enough. I think that's where a lot of people kind of while i'm not perfectionist. Right because you look at your life. I'm not good enough. I don't feel like ever do anything. Good enough But it's actually because you feel that way in the things you do to try to control it and handle it leads to those perfectionist behaviors. That can sometimes get in the way of actually moving forward. That sounds exactly like my day today. Yes what's been going on for you Press should be interview. Me my perfectionism. As i'm i feel like i'm all over the place my i just had to go back to all my i post I had so many make. I had a somebody to help me make a disclaimer for my website of affiliate marketing and everything and they use a size trophy fund. And i read a book of Search engine optimization and said that every website should at least have took sixteen size and and at the time. I didn't know that. But i kind of felt like west person making twelve like i want sixteen and just like now as you might twelve. Because then people can differentiate as people can differentiate that the the front two different than ones bold and was not bold went to all of that. And as i man if i only could be perfect and i didn't have to go through this trouble with i mean that's a great example of i think one of the things that's not not all perfectionists threat. There's different flavors perfectionism but it does show up that way like the things that perfection swill do is we will like obsessed ruminate over the little and we're spending so much time and energy trying to get all the little details just right in its stressed eunice out. And it's like when we take a step back and we're trying to look at the bigger goal of what we're trying to accomplish like get these blogs and get this website and get this launched. It it's putting all our time and energy into something that's not as I wanna say it's not as fish. It's not really what's gonna move us forward in terms of our business. Our school in our goals so a lot of perfection spin their wheels It's another way to procrastinate. A that's another really big thing for perfection as we progress to date a lot and it. It's a an sometimes. We'll procrastinate by staying busy. We're doing busy work. We're still working but we're just not working on what actually needs to be done. Sounds like me and many many ways. Oh my gosh. So how did you know that you're a perfectionist snow. It wasn't no. I did not have like an aha moment. It was just over the course of time. In working with a lot of clients they started to really pick up on these common themes among people and kind of recognizing that one of the reasons i worked so well with this because i really understood it because i went through it myself in. I guess the first time. I really like hit over the head with it was when i was in graduate school so i had been able to keep up ways throughout college Procrastinating till the last minute pulling all nighters to get things done and things always not done. But when i got to graduate school that was not working anymore like procrastinating. Here's is so afraid that had to get the term paper just write in. It had to be perfect in had to get a good hour. Wait till the last minute and a graduate term paper. You can't do it in an overnight or you weeks of thanks to our sponsor to make this podcast happen if you haven't heard about inker it's easiest way to make podcasts. Let me explain. It's free those creation tools Record in eddie. A podcast by from your phone or computer. Bill distributor podcasts. For you so it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts. Many more you can make money from your. Podcast is no minimum listeners. Is everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor Fm to get started up by the way. I forgot to mention only takes about five to ten minutes to set up. It's simple easy and the best pie. It's free to download the free anchor up or guitar. Inker dot fm to get started today to create your own podcast research in preparation and i started falling behind. And that's when it really like. I had to stop and check myself. What is going on here. This is actually starting to create some real consequences for me in the real world. I needed to change that. I didn't get that part yet but hopefully you can catch it sooner and then you won't have to deal with it. I hope up. Because you know i i think in my opinion and i hope my mom does not over here. This crap ship have. My list is podcast. I feel like i got my My perfectionist from her lead. Because i feel like. I'm not doing enough like today. I felt Like i'm not doing enough marketing. Air my end. I have a bunch of tools that can help automate the process to keep my account of flow. It's a like lost in shallow in the bottom of fist book And but i just feel like oh i could be talking more about Speaking experience I could be.

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