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A Life Full Of Unmanageability

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

09:07 min | 1 year ago

A Life Full Of Unmanageability

"Thank you for hanging out with me today and listening to the pod. I feel like we have had some really compelling stories on the last several weeks and it has been awesome for me to listen to those episodes again and I find myself intrigued league even know I was there when we recorded he no. It's usually several weeks or even a couple of months between recording an episode and launching. It live for you so when I sit down to edit an episode. It's kind of all new to me again and it's actually really fun but I feel like we've had some great great stories and really good stop in some stuff kind of outside the box so to speak. I think the episode Eighty eight with Joshua Shea was super compelling in challenging for me in some ways you know Joshua is this nice guy by overachiever. Kahal Eq and I can relate to all of those things you know and when we started getting into the details of where his his porn addiction took him there were definitely moments that were uncomfortable for me and not necessarily like the sex or pornography pornography part of the discussion but what triggered for me was the manipulation and this was a difficult part of my own story in a couple of ways one when I got sober in started to heal and become a better human being. I started to recognize How manipulative I had been in my drinking life and I was not comfortable thinking of myself in that way? You know I mean that's weird to think of yourself as manipulative manipulative. I knew I was a mess and there were times when I didn't think I was fixable at the same time I was a very loving and kind person you know. I love people in a huge way and like most addicted people. I was super codependent. So I had that people pleasing thing that would make me go out of my way for everyone and over the top even when it was unnecessary and as we all know no one of us is all good or all bad right. Every one of us is some combination of both in. That was certainly true for me so it triggered me to think about how manipulative I had been and it also triggered this other piece of my own trauma around sound manipulation and sacks and this is also a big part of addiction for many of us in part of our trauma. I've definitely had my fair share of of being lied to and manipulated and used for sex right and one thing. I WanNa let me preface this. I I want to really stressed about this topic anytime we talk about sex relationships any of that stuff I feel like men really can get a bad wrap when we talk about sex so I wanNA clarify we all manipulate one another four sex or with sex right we manipulate for different reasons. Men Men manipulate to get sex women use sex to get companionship and security and this just goes with like our natural innate instincts instincts men's core instinct is procreate women's corps instinct is security and the reason I want to be clear about that is. This isn't a battle of the sexes right and and I have been called out before where somebody was like. You always talk about. Men like bagging on men. That's not the case. I talk about men because my because because I date men so my experiences have been with men that please. I don't ever want anybody to think that I think men are bad and women are like we are all a mess. Okay and I WANNA be clear on that. It's not about all the sexes. We are all a hot mess and we are a hot mess together. We you just do things we maneuver a little bit differently right so I don't ever want anybody to feel like I'm Talking Trash on one and not the other. Because I don't feel that way at all anyway. I feel like that conversation with Joshua Shea really got me thinking some good and some bad and the five truths episode food. That was another episode. That really got some incredible feedback. Like I was kind of blown away to be honest. We got an incredible response to the five truths episode. And I wanna read some of those comments from the facebook group because this I mean you guys know this makes me so. Oh freaking happy. Not only all the conversation that we have in the facebook group. I love that but hearing your feedback. You know what I mean knowing what things you like to talk about and what things as you want to hear more about and what impacted you in an episode like I love all of that that allows me to serve you better and to provide you with the information nation that you want right so I love this stuff. okay so one person sat in. I'm not going to give names right because it's a private facebook group in just to who protect everyone's privacy. I'm not GONNA say Necessarily who said were but someone said might be. He my favorite one so far and I've listened to them all phenomenal pod like that's huge. You guys that's crazy. Another one was frigging fantastic. PODCAST thank you Angela. Pugh you always seem to say so many things that I need to hear in the way you say say those things are right on target. Bless you my friend and bless you to my friend Another one was. I really needed to hear. Addiction is not a weakness loved it. I listened twice. Took a good look at myself and spoke okay to my closest friend about it. I'm not doing this without a support system. Thank you so much and I love that you guys. We have to have a support support system. It is so important that we have that support but also to get that love and acceptance from the people that we love is such a big part of our journey you know so that was beautiful last one said O m G. I loved the five truths. podcast curious curious to know which one people struggle with the most hearing Angeles say that she is not a weak person and addiction. Doesn't make you weak week was super inspiring. I loved the comment about having a perfect exterior and being an addict I love that. She is helping. Remove who've a huge stigma around this issue. I feel so validated and so excited about my sobriety. Holy Crap you guys. You have no idea India how much I love these conversations in hearing your thoughts and I totally agree with the last one like I would love to know which the five truths people struggle Ogle with the most and I probably have a pretty good idea because I have these conversations with with clients and everybody trying to get sober all the time. And that's why I put that five if truths episode together but yeah I would love to know that. Like what was the most impactful piece of that. And so if you're in the facebook group start that conversation and if you're not in the facebook group and get your buns over there and join it. It's FACEBOOK DOT com forward slash groups forward. Sasha diction unlimited and. I will put the link in the show notes. Of course so you can click and get there right from your podcast and this actually leads me perfectly into today's topic topic a life full of unmanaged ability and there was a ton of unmanageable city in my life. Not only in my drinking life if but well into my sobriety and I think this can be one of those words that gets thrown around like in the twelve step programs because because it's part of the first step our lives have become unmanageable and I feel like the word gets thrown around. But there's not a lot of real explanation an as to what that means and I mean honestly. I don't think I explored this word and really what it meant till probably a few years into my sobriety alrighty because I have a hard time sometimes connecting the word with the actual behaviors in. Maybe it's because I'm so analytical analytical and kind of a logical thinker. I need to know like when you tell me. My life is unmanageable. I need to know exactly what actions I'm taking being that are labeled unmanageable right. Like that's just how my brain works. I need to know what that means like literally.

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"kahal" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

Legacy-Dads Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"kahal" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

"Next twelve weeks I want you to abstain from alcohol Kahal and I want you to abstain from pornography and I want you to reach a Bible every day and I said now I know the alcohol thing I said. Alcohol is not necessarily a sin but for some people it's an issue and we don't WanNa 'cause brother to stumble and I want you you not that anybody in here would have have a problem with alcohol but I want you to prove yourself that you can go twelve weeks and you do not this isn't something that has power over you in your life and that was the first three things I would lay out and I had guys get up and walk out. They were like I can't. I'm not willing to do that and I and I tell guys. I'd say hey listen. If you feel like you cannot do if you're not in a place right now where you feel you can do this or or or you can't do this without treatment or whatever there is no shame. I'm telling you walk right now. I'd rather you leave and we had guys walk out and leave but from that point then once I got guys committed on board and I said okay now. Now you know what you're getting into. Let's let's talk a little bit of all we did in the first thing we do with our guys. Dante's I wanted to do is develop a lifestyle prayer so we wanted to basically create a guys who believed in the power prayer and got into the habit of praying multiple times a day on a regular and believing in the impact to prayer so the first thing we would focus on his prayer with the guys and then what you're talking about Dante. The next thing we've focused on is getting guys into a relationship so we'd have guys we put them. They'd have a a one on one mentor or we call squad leader but we had a mentor and they had a squadron guy so it'd be like four guys it was kind of like their group <hes> and the primary mission of that the primary goal of that was to hey get to know each other. <hes> get you know figure out who this guy is. Maybe it's somebody somebody you normally wouldn't talk to a church or somebody you have nothing in common with but <hes> get to know one another and figure out what what what are your <hes>. What are your similarities and what are your differences and where'd you come from but starting to get them into relationship and and to get used to being open and talking with other men and that leads to the next thing and that's that's starting to cultivate and atmosphere of transparency and accountability and one of the things and I never knew this until somebody pointed out but I remember one night we were doing men's ministry <hes> it was like a nightly gathering and there was like sixty guys there and one of our our executive pastor sat in on the ministry meeting and we had like a bunch of guys it was there very I night there and the atmosphere of transparency and accountability that we just we had for meeting was guys on the very first night? There were just feel like it was okay to talk about anything and we'd have guys as repent and confess of things. They're very first night that they they've been holding inside for years.

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"kahal" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"kahal" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Says they're traveling eight lane highway instead of a one way street into even once they get more focused. They kind of keep other interests around a little bit. And eventually, they're able better able to transfer into these these management positions. So I think even mayor this is breath continues to be important. And so you shouldn't get totally totally blinkered, even once you become even though at some point, or another all of us specialized to one degree, or another, of course, or even highlight research, that people who win Nobel prizes because they've specialized in one particular area science, or mathematics, they are more likely to have a hobby, like improvisation or painting, or music than just the average population way, more likely. They're, they're twenty two times more likely than other scientists to have a serious hobby that usually deals with, like aesthetics music. Magic writing are glassblowing all these sorts of things generally tinkering. So they're much more light, so national level scientists who get inducted in national academies, are much more likely to have serious hobbies than the average scientists and the Nobel laureates are much more likely. Still. And so one of the research, one of the phrases that I loved and range was this researcher, who studies scientific creativity called network of enterprise, to have a network of enterprise, where they're doing all these different things it from a far might look like it's diluting their thinking, but in fact, a lot of this stuff ends up informing their ability to find problems that nobody else's looking at. So the, the father of modern neuro science, the Spanish Nobel laureate. Ramon, santiago. He Kahal Asari. Santiago Ramon Kahal. He has a quote that I loved does something light from far. It looks as if they are dissipating their energies. When, in fact, they are channelling in strengthening them in its striking to read, Nobel acceptance speeches in recent years, which I did a lot of NC that almost every year, a scientist, who's accepting awards says I something to the effect of I wouldn't be able to do my. Search now because you have to be so narrow in looking for applications. So that that's trikes me as something that's worrisome. No, we can we can talk about that in the mid Blake this idea that these, these are individuals who have gone deep in one area, but they continued that breath. I think there's a guy from the design school idea calls him, like t shaped people, right? Today's actually they got the vertical going down as the depth. And then they have, like, the, the horizontal part of the tea, which is breath. Totally an and there's an that comes up in range in a section about inventors where this woman who rose up to what's called corporate scientists at the company three m corporate scientists is like the highest title. She talks about how light, she's never people kept telling her not to change directions. And she's like, basically, never worked in anything. She was educated for. But what she does is she knows how to sort of draw on her peers. In order to assemble the I part of the tea, essentially, she's very broad, she, she basically spends her. I'm figuring out what everyone else is doing. She's obviously very signs literate. She has h d just doesn't work in her own area, and makes her to know what everyone else around her is doing and uses them to help sort of cobble together, the, the trunk of the tea, but her contribution is more like the crossbar of the tea. And, and she and other people like her have been able to, to use that kind of breadth with grounding in a certain area and also drawing on other specialists to, to be really high impact and I think that's why you see in some of the research eyesight that the highest impact, inventors are not the deepest specialists, but the inventors who do have an area of expertise where they have some depth. But then they spread their career over the largest number of different classes of technologists as defined by the patent office, basically wanna type thing with returns in terms of fit, because I think it's very counterintuitive, and it goes against what you hear growing up as a kid. Is this idea that you? Should never quit anything, right? Once you start something you've got to see it through. You gotta to develop grit which has been a lot of talk about links to Duckworth in her research in her book..

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"kahal" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Call one eighty three eighty three. I was just looking at your phone. Five to one eighty three eighty three gives call right now. As far as any we're in February. Of course, is there anything that's indicating first-quarter eighty comparisons. That we would like to share not yet. I didn't see the stats come out yet. But there are no they're pretty much almost there do, but just you know, being that, it's Valentine's Day. I think you should buy your sweetheart a little condo. You know roses, die chocolates. Make you happy. And then you have to work out. And you know, but a little condo come on. It goes such a low that shows true love. Cake. So ladies out there. When your guy brings you roses a bouquet. Yeah. It's cute. But if he brings your set of keys, that's how you know. He's a keeper. Okay. They're saying there, you go just say open up that card, but to set of keys. Yeah. Preferably not for a car because usually, you know, that's bad debt. You wanna get that little condo that shows? True. Love you just saying covering a lot of saying, oh, man. Hey, you have a chance four hundred one hundred and fifty one hundred fifty right for sweet whispers. Let's go to Brenda Kahal aside, Brenda Iran with Richard good morning. Good morning, Richard. You know, me very well Richardson's recently. So my condo Brenda. How are you? I anticipate doing wonderful. I'm hearing you speak this morning on a relative matters that I'm interested in now that we sold it, Richard. Financial obligations going to be to the state of Hawaii and on the federal government on capital gains. Or is there any news taxes that I am not aware of? 'cause I don't wanna pay anything extra course. 'cause I lived here over thirty five years. Excellent question and thank you for the call as always thank you for listening. So. You have basically because you're an owner occupant your first two hundred and fifty thousand is tax free. I two hundred fifty.

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"kahal" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on Layovers

"And sometimes you have food, and maybe one you have to peanuts and the other one you have only one, but it creates a bit of I dunno isn't that more difficult on the crew inside the aircraft because they have to differentiate between people. Seemingly are in dissent cabin. And also, if you that's kind of to the point that I was trying to make earlier and also you have instances where you're going to have to people sitting next to each other one gets a lovely meal, and the other doesn't and we're not all fair and revenue management experts. So that person go well why why do they get food? And I don't. It was the case actually on. When I flew said go that route e. Eighteen yard flew in the Philippines. I got to be honest didn't realize it when I bought it was month ago. I bought a fair that included a sandwich. Right. So I was giving that sandwich. But the person next to me sit in the same row, whatever. Because no such thing as business class, whatever the person next to me didn't get a sandwich, but add started opening his tray table expecting a sandwich. And the crew had to explain to him that. No, no, no. You're fair doesn't include you need to pay one Eurowings was the same story when I was run Eurowings to Berlin on one of the ways because I wanted to see how it worked. I had batted the twenty euros of whatever that is to actually get that the food included and same thing the person next to meet in have it and they had to explain to her things. She was as she why I would get some food. Feels like one of those things that's just an unnecessary. Inconvenience for the crew to have to deal with from food to L Kahal who are talking about these drunken Britain to lounge earlier, another drunken..

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"kahal" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"Got lumps of coal in the northbound lanes of I fifteen after a truck inexplicably dumped its load on the road. Security video has identified a suspect in a business burglary in Fort Collins, Colorado, the suspect is clearly Rudolph the red nosed reindeer or a woman who has such a costume the Grinch was as naked as the day. He was born when he tore down his neighbors Christmas decorations police in Green Bay, Wisconsin saved the sixty one year old man was drunk and nude when he ripped down the lights from next door. He's been charged with disorderly conduct and because I'll Kahal was involved. Resisting arrest, they called it. A true Christmas story in Toledo when a four foot tall weed on a street corner was suddenly decorated like a Charlie Brown Christmas tree not marijuana. Just a weed. We'd other people added more decorations, including bows and lights, still others. Left. Glad tidings and gifts for the poor. And donations the Christmas. We'd got its own Facebook page, but the local grant did a drive by he didn't take the donations. But he pulled the weed up and stuffed it into his trunk before driving away. There was warmer warmth this holiday of father who wanted to spend Christmas with his daughter new she'd be working both days as a flight attendant for Delta Airlines. So he bought tickets on every one of his daughters holiday flights using some frequent flyer miles, of course, in Chester county, Pennsylvania. Police got a call from a concerned relative worried that thirty four year old Nathaniel Lewis was acting erratically. The result was a shootout with police on a ten hour standoff with a swat team. But then one of the swat team members started singing silent night never mind, the police.

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"kahal" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"To learn drawing. Good trying Honey. Honey, I'm Brian ac-. Tiddly I a TV comedy actor and relevant to the panel today because jersey bisexual. I'm actually my actually quite clean and pure and chaste. But for some reason saying dirty before bisexual makes it sense so much more phone like now. Now. Let's right and only note hung over because a professional. And be no Kahal pass my lips last night. But I do send also ski because we had a bit of a sing song at the bar last night after the secret policeman's bull while other people sighing showed screamed, which is the only way that I can sing I will survive three AM so sexy as actually I know what you're thinking. Oh, no. They're Irish voice on the panel. But they know each other Jude word. Yeah. Well, as it happens. We're best friends. So you're racism was right. This time. We do you know each other. We stole maze. For fifteen moment. I'm John and she's Edward. Still big. So that. Also, so many women. Like two hundred ten sons. I was like, yes. The killers relevant to me. Lifted up, and I don't think this will British is still much going on. They can fee like I'm gonna sit over here can keep a you always Bisbal justify your I said to came at a recent show because I thought this was a bit that she did. I was dancing with an apology. And I just went KEMA. Why are you so cool? The two Mellon the marijuana. And she didn't even remember saying. That's how cool she is. Jim's baby..

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"kahal" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"So I think these are examples of how this could be so valuable because all of medicine is moving towards prevention. The only way to prevent is to predict and DNA is the best predictor around. I mean, this is why I sort of without white in particular because white is something that affects all of us. We've all at some point thought about our white and paps considered our parents, or perhaps even not grandparents and their figures, and considered what we whether we have any sort of link between us, but in terms of other factors that you mentioned. It's quite normal for people to say, well, I have an addictive personality, for example to say, you know, well, I should have know that I have a bit of a problem with alcohol. So I might avoid gambling, for example, they have make links in in these behaviors. But they would almost I think a lot of people might be that as almost like an individual quick as opposed to something that could be mapped on a DNA level. And I think that perhaps a lot of people may still find it very troubling to say that it was map -able that they like to think that a lot of the elements in their lives in the facets of their personality and behavior quicks that have sort of formed of themselves as opposed to having been there from Beth, and it's interesting that you say that you had the reaction that actually it's sort of a fortified your will to tackle your diet. Because I think for a lotta people it's quite a frightening thing to be told well, you're at risk. Of alcoholism. You've got an increased risk of alcoholism. You have an increased risk of depression. Because it almost implies that there is some sort of level of it's unavoidable. What do you mean by quirk, though, because it could mean it's just some funny little thing. Or what what did you mean? I mean suppose like the unique the traits that we feel make us unique. And while I think sometimes you can find solace in recognizing yourself in others. I think being told that actually a lot of what you think makes yourself unique is actually at you're able to see it on deny level from when you born it can be quite frightening. Yup. But I think by quick some people mean married is just this thing. And it's kind of makes me an individual. It's kind of unique if anyone thinks of alcoholism that way, they ought to go visit some places for L Kahal. It's not nice when you do a postmortem. You don't need microscopes to see the brain is rotted away. It's not a nice thing. So anyone thinks this isn't something important. They should know that was quick it was the wrong way. But I'm I'm sort of I'm trying to just convey by that that fair load people. I think they will find the idea that things map -able extremely troubling. Because they like to feel like they've had some sort of role whether it was a negative part of their life, whether or something like mental illness, or whether it was something like alcoholism that it happened because of a series of deliberate decisions that got them there as opposed to something that they were born to have and therefore couldn't avoid. We'll that's also true everything you said is true. Opposites? I mean, the idea of your born with that implies it's deterministic. You will absolutely become an oklaho- not true. It's a propensity. And as I say, if you don't drink alcohol, you cannot become an alcoholic. So you can definitely do something about it. But if you don't know that you have a risk genetic risk that say your siblings don't have. 'cause you're only fifty percents sibling a similarly siblings. You wouldn't know that if you drink as much as others, you might become the life of the party, and you start to identify yourself as to good party girl, you know, likes to get high and all of that. And it just you don't suddenly become Oklahoma over the years, you drink more and more you drink when you've got problems in your life. You know, more and more reasons to drink, and before, you know, it you're drinking in the morning, and you know, so I think it's it's an invidious it slips up on you, you know, a bit. And so I think it's darn good to know that you've got the genetic propensity to drink, and it's. Absolutely in your control to do something about that..

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"kahal" Discussed on THE CHURCH IS BROKEN WITH SAM NEIDER

THE CHURCH IS BROKEN WITH SAM NEIDER

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on THE CHURCH IS BROKEN WITH SAM NEIDER

"Society. drug addicts alcoholics sex addicts. Listen, here's the deal. We are all addicts all of us. And here's one thing. I know about addiction. There is no way to conquer addiction to overcome addiction through restriction. It does not work. Yet. Most of us who are Christians have been taught in the paradigm of Christianity. That the path the path to holiness is through restriction the path to godliness is through restriction. Don't do. This. Don't do that. Don't do bad things. Don't be worldly. If you heard that one before. All these things. In the real world. People have massive addiction. And here's what I'm starting to realize about addiction. Addiction is more often than not. A mechanism to deal with pain. I am not a scientist. I'm not a psychologist. I'm not a psychiatrist I'm not any of these things. So I'm not going to give the absolute here. But I am a coach. And I am a leader of men, and here's the pattern that I am seeing in the men that I work with and I work with hundreds of men. An indie hundreds of men that I've experienced throughout my entire life. And in this man, talking to you. Here's the pattern that I have seen. We have suppressed our emotions, and our pain and anytime there is a trigger that brings forth the feeling of emotion the feeling of pain our immediate mechanism. It's the part of our brain the fighter flight part of our brain like our media mechanism is we don't want to feel this pain and see. So we do something to try to not feel this pain. It's the flight part of the brain. I don't wanna feel this pain. So I am going to do something that gives me a different experience from this pain. And that thing that mechanism that you do that is the addiction. So let's talk about different types of addiction. Some people try to not feel their pain by numbing throughout Kahal. Some people try to not feel their pain. By doing drugs others. It's porn others. It's work others. It's working out some people, it's social media some people, it's TV some people. It's eating. Some people. It is literally like me OCD tendencies. Some people hire prostitutes. So here's the thing. Like literally, it doesn't matter. What that thing is what I'm starting to see is it is simply a mechanism the things we call addiction. Are mostly mechanisms to deal with pain? Mechanisms to deal with pain sedation mechanisms and yet to deal with that thing. What we've been taught in the church is to just stop doing it to cut it off. It's the flesh. It's evil. It's bad. It's wrong. It's immoral. Stop doing it. Cut off the lusts of the flesh. It's not that simple. It doesn't work. It doesn't work that way. Think about your own life. Think about anytime or every time you have made a decision in your mind to stop doing the thing that you're doing that. You know, you shouldn't be doing yet. You can't seem to stop doing that thing. Literally like, this is what the apostle Paul is talking about in Romans chapter seven. He's like man the thing that I don't wanna do. I do that thing. The thing that I do want to do. I don't do that thing. This is how I know that sin is operating in me. Because there's this thing inside of me that's causing me to do the very thing. I don't wanna do. And then he goes on. And he talks about how when you add the law to the mix. It actually activates the desire to do the thing that you don't wanna do. It activates the sin. It's really messed up. But it's true. The unfortunate thing is the apostle Paul doesn't lay out a way. To overcome this. He talks about a lot of high spiritual things and they're beautiful. There is now then no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus it's beautiful. It's true. But what does that mean? How do we do that? The mind set on the flesh is death. But the mindset on the spirit is life and peace like, how do we do that? So here's what I'm discovering in my own experience. It's been this. I would have about four levels of addiction. What I now. Call him four levels of mechanisms of sedating whenever the pain would begin..

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"kahal" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on WTRH

"They have they feel so bad inside that they try to no doubt. Okay. I understand that the disease. You know, I should be having more compassion. For him. But it's. Between. All the issues is this. I'm so frustrated and angry about. Well, lemme maybe rephrase it a little bit. Some people say, well, it can't be a disease. It's not like catching the mumps. I did an extensive amount of research on this area of is alcoholism, a disease and a lot of the language that issues when you know, like you just use the phrase, he can't help it. There. There's a chemical makeup people. Everybody has. What one person can drink in terms of alcohol. Is can be processed different in the body from what another person? Would drink and then how their bodies would process the alcohol. Which means that there are times when a person could drink. A lot more alcohol and not be impacted in the same way that a person who drinks the same amount. It would be contribute to more and more addiction. Now a person can. Choose to stop drinking. So from that standpoint, they can it's not like, they can't hope. Acting in a way as out becoming a destructive alcoholic. What I could say is. And by the way, men and women also process alcohol differently. A woman can become if you will enable drunk with less alcohol than a man until we explain a lot of this and our our material. Whether I would say is. Any person can stop now. Alcoholics their chemical makeup. Does not change unless there were some dramatic intervention a miracle from God did we change the chemical makeup? But what I'm trying to say to you is. I'm gonna even let you know how I worked the wording on this. Because boy, you talk about controversial is how Kahal is alcoholism and inherited disease over which I have no control medical professionals. They will continue to debate. Whether or not alcoholism is a disease. Because of strong and lasting alcohol change or changes that alcohol can.

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"kahal" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"You know, just one time and everything's going well for you and just who die from drug overdoses. Unless sometimes a really everything won't go and cool in their life. Wait a minute. How do you know something's gone Kuta the guy's life when he needs to take that stuff to get his kicks, come on general dopey so fashion. What's hold fish about that? I enjoy my life. You see using drugs you drink. That's the same thing. Well, I can tell you general Shah's much as I respect you. I've been every had for that to, you know, because you're in alcoholics general gala Shah isn't alcoholism disease. There's no question about that. Well, wait a minute. Are you telling me the shot somehow better than me? I haven't been into, I drink and I don't have to go to rehab. That's what I hate about a lot of these about what I don't like a lot of these people that can drink and they just walk around like it's okay, don't get hung up on that. You can't get up on that done. Now, what were you going to tell us about your about? I'm going to frolicking dolphin. I was excited about that until you guys don't get enough on your friend of yours died from starting the heroin. I'm sorry, but I just wanted. You know, you can accidentally OD well, I'm not gonna accidentally. I'm going to frolicking dolphin. It's one of the best rehab houses in all of America, and I, I'm going to be there and I'm going to be doing the report. And yes, it's going to be a good report because I'm not slipping this time that you slipped this this, you just did you know? What are you trying to see what he just just did slip? Yeah, I just did slit. They'll get. Yes, I did. I just slip and I'm getting alcohol. It was Al Kahal and and you know, some of the things like what I don't think I tell you, let me tell you, suburban, you're on this show. You're telling us all about this drug rehab placed. The audience has a right to know what it is you're going in for what up going in for. I'm going to jail or something. What what was, what are the drugs that you use. Oh boy done. I drink and I jumped up some biking deal..

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"kahal" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Slash Amazon and type in the order right there. Many ways to get it if you are going to get it, get it now. The charts. You know the, you know how it goes. We appreciate it very much. Okay. Today's guest, ladies and gentlemen performed at New York. Comedy festival featured in the March madness competition at Caroline's host of the hot mess, comedy hour and to drug minimum producer of Keith and the girl and the woman addicted to addiction. Injury. Allah, thank you so much Kahal, Keith Malley doing injure. Good. How are you doing? I'm doing. All right. Thank you. Last time you're on, you were affected of course by listener saying, what is what she go to so many meetings? What is it about? Have you realized how ridiculous that person is now the time has passed? Oh, sure. I realized right away. I wasn't. I wasn't expecting it. So it just caught me like off guard. And you know when someone says something that's sensitive to you in, you're not expecting it kinda, you're like, who do you don't have time to check your emotion? Yeah. Yeah. It's like it's like having its, I guess, triggered is the word. I'm sure I'm going to get shit for saying that word but but yeah, a little bit. I like people get mad at new terminology because all new terminology to me is you just put a word to the thing. I have been feeling already for what feels like a century, but I'm not a century old. So you just you just helped me express it. And now everyone's getting mad at that expression. I have to learn. In new words that already exist in the dictionary the word trigger, but I have erred on it all my God. What is any all's Mark Douglas will say, trigger reward. Meanwhile, he sees a therapist twice. Yeah, right. What could be happening in those sessions? Write, honestly, I think he plays the song miserable man. Funny is fucked, but like what the hell are they talking about? Thinks he's going to be okay, and then he's going to be playing the mis shit on guitar. I'm Mark. How're you doing. Okay. I'll see you again for the same conclusion. The only reason why I wasn't one Pompey at the end of that episode because he, he does have like a cloud over his head, but I love it because when you pointed out he cracks up, he goes along with it. So people who are self aware about their neurosis or crazy or whatever version of like why you like that when they're so aware of it and they could laugh at it, it's the best laugh I go, hey, Mark, your parodies are amazing. We're out that it. Okay, right. Okay. Yeah. Here. Why did we even book you? Fuck it out, right? Some shows should be five minutes when they should on themselves. After I read, I take the time to read the credits. They gave me and when they talk over it or should on themselves. Great point, goodbye. I've minute episodes. Oh yeah. That should be the new Keith and the girl Ma motto the. Yeah, you know what I mean, what you may not. I'm good at words. What are what are words, and we're here to share some more with actually the. Reason why no trigger and y. Okay. With all the millennial words, I just kick out the old ones and then maybe that's why older people are getting mad at me. Why don't you know those? We're not calling everyone gay anymore. Oh, it's so sad. We loved using slurs what a bummer doing comedy regularly. Is it amazing how comedians are holding onto these old words and terms or or people are trying to be shocking and still throwing out gay knowing they're not supposed to? I think it's like I have to feelings about it like the first side, which is the free speech angle which comedians hold very dear. And I understand that like people were very upset about who's the creator of guardians of the galaxy, the one we were talking about, yes. So he him losing his job over Twitter comedians are freaking out about that. Which understandably, past jokes or like things can be taken out of context can be can be used in a real way to punish you right now. Even though sometimes back in that time, maybe not in this particular Twitter case, but a lot of times when we go back giant networks where using those words popular advertisers didn't care if you use those words, but times of chain, of course..

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"kahal" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on Get Up!

"And how much improved as he's coming league and it is the end of the floor look it is competitive and so if you notice a guy like kawai and against outta sight outta mind he wasn't here this year greenie for the most part so people forgotten how effective this guy could be on both ends of the floor and improve three point shooter a dominant player all things considered a top three two way player in the nba and we'll see where he wants playing this season beetle what do you have a fulfillment memories but right now everyone knows the words and caps had parades on the same day yesterday so we're into a little hole might beer parade addition i up tmz sports reported that the warriors but half a million bucks on l kahal for yesterday's fetter pain they had a little hennessy that isn't a dish in to the four hundred thousand they spend on the night but they won game four but draymond said wait a minute hold my beer about give the people what they want through some major shade at one cavs player curious honestly they won't me they want a political answer right but the which is covered with a lot of guys they saw we're just a different clo that's real really got that's real has ruined the last man i loved the my which is a gauge sigma head and i said i got to say alice ovechkin dream on hold my beer i'm here to fire merica with my words.

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"kahal" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on No Agenda

"D what were the demons tell me was it was al kahal was a drugs what kind of drugs was he depressed kind of dip was he on depression medication stopped with this demons demint that's another it'd be really makes me mad and i'll and i'll say i'll say i it was a bit of a shock to me i watched borden show i liked to show you know i'd i'd watch his vietnam show we should go to vietnam it looks like it's fun over there you know the guy had he actually had a lot of good stuff going on he had a smoking hot girlfriend we by coincidence didn't even know that she was his girlfriend asia are gento on who you played a clip income that she said harvey weinstein raped me and there's more here and we know who you are which of course kicked off the massive conspiracy theories but what tier 2017 clip were dane before i go any further this is okay this is okay i'm gonna be on the side and i might doing this i don't know if i'm completely doing it because i think it's true you've done this yourself i'm not sure that is true or i'd like to believe is true or i think it's funny if it's true or think it's pathetic if it's true or it's just interesting that it might be true i'm not sure where i really stand as you can tell but i on the side that somebody in the hillary assassination group took him out because.

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Santa Fe senior class balances grief and memories with celebration at graduation ceremony

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 2 years ago

Santa Fe senior class balances grief and memories with celebration at graduation ceremony

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor. Johnston President Trump's top economic advisor is downplaying anger from US allies over the administration's new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Speaking on Fox News, Sunday, Larry cudlow says Trump is trying to fix the world trading system, not break. It was president from day. One wants to reform. The world trading system is not working, and there is so much unfair trading at illegal trading practices. There is virtually no reciprocity here Kudlow remarks came after finance ministers from the group of seven industrialized countries held talks in Canada. This weekend. China's says it won't buy more US goods. If the Trump administration goes ahead with plans to raise tariffs on Chinese imports, the warning comes as commerce. Secretary. Wilbur Ross concluded trade talks in Beijing today, emergency crews are airlifting people trapped by fast moving lava. From kilowatt volcano on Hawaii's, big island, Jackie young from Hawaii, public radio reports. Search and rescue missions are being conducted in isolated areas. Today, emergency crews are working to extract residents after a large half mile wide active lava flow, closed all access to the Kahal community and the vacation land subdivision civil defenses, instructing residents in those areas who ignored mandatory evacuation orders to get to designated landing zones of I state Senator Kyko Kelly said during an overflight on Saturday evening that he witnessed trap residents. The active lava flow was so hot. It evaporated all the water in the centuries, old green lakes, the largest freshwater lake in the islands, lightweight volcanic glass known as Pele's hair named after the goddess of fire and has it as gases continue to be health rates for NPR news. I'm Jackie young in Honolulu. Seniors at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school. School in parkland, Florida graduated today, diplomas were presented to the families of four seniors killed in the February shooting. NPR's, Greg Allen reports. There was also a surprise guest speaker. NBC tonight show host, Jimmy Fallon told the students. You're not just a future, you're the president, keep changing the world. He said he met many of them at the March for our lives, rally in Washington in March, several hundred Marjory stoneman Douglas seniors. Their families and friends attended the ceremony at arena. In sunrise, Florida often used for hockey games. The school district said, the ceremony was closed in the media because students asked that it'd be kept private afterwards. Those attending said it was a celebration, but somber, the families of four seniors killed in the February shooting were given standing ovations when they received the diplomates, the mother of slain student walking, Oliver war shirt. That said, this should be my son, Greg Allen NPR news, sunrise, Florida. This is NPR news in Washington. North Korea's state news agency says, Syrian President, Bush are all sawed plans to make a state visit to Pyongyang. United Nations monitors accused the two countries of cooperating on chemical weapons, which they deny President Trump has twice ordered air strikes against Syria to punish Assad for suspected chemical attacks on civilians. A new report says more than forty percent of children in Afghanistan. Do not attend school Jennifer glass reports from Kabul the report by the United Nations, children's agency, UNICEF, and the Afghan ministry of education acknowledges that Afganistan has achieved enormous progress in education since two thousand one. When the Taliban had forbidden girls education and supported mainly religious schools. The report says there are still many challenges and girls are far more likely to miss out on education than boys because of cultural barriers, including child marriage, poverty, fighting displacement, migration, and natural disasters are. All factors that keep Afghan children out of school. The ministry of education has a national strategic plan that hopes to address some of these problems. But in a country where statistics are difficult to calculate this report will serve as a baseline to measure progress for NPR news. I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul. Tunisia's defense ministry says at least forty six migrants have died after their boats sank off the Tunisian coast sixty seven others were rescued Tunisian officials, say some one hundred eighty migrants were fleeing for a Europe when the boat went down. I'm Windsor Johnston and you're listening to NPR news in Washington.

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"kahal" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on Channel 955

"Stop the show literally apparently justin had no idea that lebron was going to do this they smell kahal in little cups which means shots maybe i dunno they're handing out to audience members still beyond say is on a mission to make up for lost time rehearsing around the clock to make sure her coachella performance goes down in the history books for being insanely amazing sources close to be telling me that she started practicing like hardcore practicing last tuesday and has since been pulling eleven hour days with her dancers choreographers tax and other members over crew there are seven different security guards patrolling the studio inside and out to keep the rehearsals top secret no one wanted guests or recording she wants this whole thing to be a surprise so yesterday lindsay lohan took to twitter to announce that she has been asked to speak at the harvard law school commencement ceremony harvard law has asked me to speak at their graduation commencement ceremony and i'm really really honored and i couldn't be happier who needs hollywood harvard law was full say some thinking was in april fool's prank i haven't heard if she liked let everybody in on the joke i think it was joke i hope i was joking fabulous caught on video threatening his girlfriend emily and her dad the rapper had some sort of sharp object in his hand lunged at emily several times but was held back by his bodyguard he then questioned why her dad was there to which he responded quote that's my mother a thing daughter fabulous was also heard on the video telling emily's dad that he has a bullet with his name on it he did turn himself in and was eventually charged with aggravated assault and making a terrorist terroristic threats more men are getting plastic surgery now than ever and apparently they're all asking for brad pitt's is the number of cosmetic surgeries performed on men is increased more than three hundred and twenty five percent between nineteen ninetyseven end today plastic surgeon say men are coming in and asking for brad's is tom cruise's knows harry styles lips and henry bills chen and a massive data breach hit.

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"kahal" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"To more drinking and more problems related to it more frequently you engaged in drunker exit type behaviors whatever they are or whatever the combination might be you are more likely to drink more heavily and you are more likely to drink more problematically so all the way from hangovers headaches nausea to things like skipping classes not completing assignments all the way to blacking out given all that it might be tempting to think of drunk or rex is mostly an alcohol problem but as the name implies it can be an eating disorder as well the two can feed into each other if you are already engaging and disorder kinds of eating and this can range all the way from preoccupation with looks and concerned about gaining weight and i'm talking about over concerned because most of us have that concern to some extent all the way to a full blown diagnosis of anorexia bulimia we do know that those individuals are more likely to engage in these kinds of behaviors we know that if you're already a heavy drinker you're more likely to engage in these kinds of behaviors which of course makes sense in general if you're more likely to engage in one kind of risky behavior you're more likely to engage in another kind of risky behavior rinker says if somebody's already a heavy drinker maybe they're one of those people who can drink a lot and not really feel it maybe they enjoy being able to hold their liquor but lavonia says that creates another risk a lot of young people feel that they have high toner swallow kahal you thick and think everybody under the table and somehow they're stronger and they can be at lower risk of alcoholism and in fact they have very wrong it's exactly the opposite people on a genetic basis who have titled slog hall are the highest risk of becoming alcoholics themselves that how do you stop that stevenson laws says colleges aren't trying to stop drinking but reduce it with a harm reduction mindset they know that drinking is gonna occur especially among that age group so they have taken steps.

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"kahal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A time when they essentially had no money and they were fiddling around and goal g for unknown reasons um made a concoction and put the brain in there in an slice that up and look under the microscope and miraculously individual nerve cells showed up in a way that no one had ever seen before and uh it was a complicated the way of looking at the brain so very few people did it but when kahal saad as he said this is this is incredible i'm going to spend and he spent the next uh twelve years he said sixteen hours a day seven days a week he was just went crazy looking at this and so he was looking at these images constantly under the microscope and putting the pieces of a puzzle together and then making drawings to sort of tell the story he was seeing under the microscope and and as i mentioned before both katale and gold g won the nobel nobel prize in nineteen owes six big and because of all of this an end lynn in the show there are some eighty of town halls drawings herat ryan and the there's a on the cover of the at the beautiful brain it looks like a tree it looks like a a big big blossoming tree but instead it's one of his drawings of of a among the kirk in gene are on a thank you did you know that an hour and a.

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"kahal" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kahal" Discussed on WJR 760

"A bloomfield will be open up by the end of this month in brighton will be open up sometime in february so what we do works it's been proven we've treated plenty of professional athletes are alumni are we've talked about the date malaysia had that i what the five surgeries eyes nissan i like they hand over the years yep yep and so now we we treat allow the athletes in town and state senators in congressman but ill young people to i'm a even on the high school athletic level absolutely we do our work for troy high schools on their you know try in athens um we we are of a friend of mine son was involved in a car accident in this goes to the opioid abuse yeah because our patients really are 45 in up but we're starting to see a lot of younger younger younger younger people and i saw a friend of mine son was in a car accident homecoming mom any fractured three vertebrae in his neck while and this habit on a friday night in by tuesday i got a call because deep doo the christian as is the kid's name he was already looking at his watch to see when he could take his next mirko in its like literally four days and so that they had the often brought him in and within a week we had them totally painfree that even taken advil i mean it was an in air here this is how people get addicted on the opioids as they have something like a car accident and they're taking pain meds right to manage the pain in the body gets used to it and the brain gets addicted to it at once that chemical and the kids you know stir using it socially and without kahal in taking their appearance medicine and swapping it out and then before you know they they need to get that fixed though the brain will release the dopamine and then they turned the street drugs because her cheaper m their synthetic writer it is terrible here and don't forget the the.

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