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Fresh update on "kane" discussed on Forever35

Forever35

01:25 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kane" discussed on Forever35

"Doesn't keep your skin safe. Calligraphy that. Stitch that into like a pillow. Yes. Cross stitch it. All right, well, Dory, we received so many messages from other listeners who are hat wearers who have hat recommendations for all of us, so we're just going to take a break and get back into it with hat talk. All right, let's do it. You know, we've all heard about summertime sadness. Us and Lana Del Rey. Austin Lana, exactly. But that is not a thing when you're looking at all of the beautiful pieces available by Jenny Kane. And with a new season comes a new point of view, so bring summer inside your home with quality pieces that make any room feel complete. I have to tell you if you're looking for a gorgeous new sofa. Okay, I don't know if you're looking for a gorgeous new sofa. But if you are. Might I recommend that you take a Gander at the harbor sofa and sectional okay, I'm here for it. Tell me why. Well, it's comfortable. It's inviting into it. It's giving summer days turn into summer nights vibes. You know those vibes? I think you're saying I could really tap into my coastal grandmother look with this sofa. Baby. And instantly makes any room feel like home. So if you're looking for something a little smaller but with just as big a bang for your buck. Check out the Jenny Kane candles, which Kate and I have gushed about many times on this podcast. Just one candle will fill a room with a perfect scent. Personally, I love the Musk, but Kate, I know you also have a fave. Well, I love one called montecito. I'm not sure if it's still available, but it's maybe one of the greatest candles I've ever smelled. That is until the topanga candle walked into my life. Jenny Kane candles. They really do it for me. The smells are delicious. They aren't overpowering and yet they have an amazing throw. You know, they reach. Okay, way to use some candle lingo, you know, as coastal grandmothers know a lot about candles. I recently ordered a new Jenny kayden candle, and eagerly awaiting its arrival. Did you get the Santa Ines one? I did get the Santa in as one. That's just love the California shout outs in the candle names. I know, me too. To panga, I mean, it's just like so fun. So anyway, you can get 20% off all furniture and home decor, free shipping on furniture, that alone is like, that's huge. Early product access and much more with a jkh membership. Join at Jenny Kane dot com slash membership or go to Jenny Kane dot com slash home to create the space you'll never want to leave. That's JE nn kyn dot com slash home. Now a word from our sponsor better help. Have you ever considered how you care for something? I don't know, like your car, but then imagine you only ever got to have just one, you'd probably be a bit more vigilant about things like oil, coolant, and everything that goes into taking care of it. You know what? You do only get one of and what should be cared for, your brain. How we care for our minds affects how we experience life. Dory, did you just want to moan an agreement out there? Well, I did and I just wanted to say how nice would it be if we could have like a backup brain? That'd be amazing. But unfortunately, that's not how it is. You've got to like, I know. Take care of the one that you have. You really love a brain. I do. I love a brain. You're a big brain fan. Sorry, please go on. That's okay. I was just going to say that there are plenty of ways to support a healthy brain actually. I was talking to my mother in law about this. Like learning a new language, doing crosswords, taking power naps. There's also better help online therapy. Therapy is like going to the hardware store for my mind. That's kind of how I feel about it. I go and I get the tools to cope with the things in my life. And I learned how I can make my life more how I want it to look. So give it a try, better help offers affordable therapy sessions via phone, video chat, or chat only, which I prefer. To get you the therapy, you need in the way you want it. And forever 35 listeners get 10% off their first month at better help dot com. Slash forever 35, that's better HLP dot com slash forever 35. I think my favorite thing Dory that I noticed in compiling all these hat recommendations is the name, the names of hat brands are very cute. And also, I will say that one brand that came up multiple times is something called Goran brothers. Yes. And the refrain was always these hats are expensive, but you need one. Yeah. So do with that what you will, but that was what we heard from a few people, gore and Bros, gurus, goren Bros,.

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Sebastian Talks 2022 With New Jersey's Phil Rizzo

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Sebastian Talks 2022 With New Jersey's Phil Rizzo

"Somebody who I've been told I've got to have on this show is an individual who was on, I don't know a year ago, two years ago, he is continuing to fight the swamp in New Jersey. He's fell Rizzo Phil. Welcome back to America first. How are you, Sebastian, good to talk with you again. Good good, we're good. You ran for governor. Now you're rounding for the 7th congressional district. I've been told you are fighting swamp creatures. There must be quite a few of them in New Jersey. There are and we're certainly dealing with the kingpin here. We're dealing with the prince of the party. Tom Kane junior, son of former governor Tom Kane senior and GOP darling here in New Jersey. All right, so tell us why you think you can win and what your message is as to why you're the better candidate. Well, Tom Kane has been in office for over 20 years, but he's never won a position. He was simply a selected to the New Jersey assembly in 2001. He was then selected to the New Jersey Senate in 2003. He never won either of those positions. He was appointed to vacancies. He's then run for federal office three times and he's over three. With all of that failure, he's never had a primary. So we're giving him his first real primary in 21 years of political service. And we are exposing his voting record as you call it a swamp creature. This is the first time he's being held accountable by a Republican and no Democrat would ever call him out because they have the exact same voting records from CRT and transgender push to putting men into bathrooms, locker rooms and showers of our

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 Chytil scores 2, Rangers beat Hurricanes 5-2 to force Game 7

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | Last month

Chytil scores 2, Rangers beat Hurricanes 5-2 to force Game 7

"Filipino scored twice in the rangers forced a game 7 in their second round series by downing the hurricanes 5 two Tyler Mott and Mika's advantage tallied two and a half minutes apart to put the rangers ahead to nothing midway through the first period He added a pair of second period goals to put the blue shirts back in control Savannah had an artemy Panera and had power play goals to support Igor shish durkin who finished with 37 saves Kane's goaltender auntie Ronda was pulled after

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

Update on the latest sports

"BP sports I'm Josh rowntree in the NHL one eastern semis already over while the other one was evened up Tuesday night Correspondent Mike mancuso with more from New York Andrew Cobb scored a goal and added two assists as the rangers knocked off the hurricanes four to one even the second round playoff series of two wins apiece Frank for Toronto Adam Fox and Mika's advantage at old school to give the rangers a three to nothing lead after two periods Cops 5th of the playoffs iced the game midway through the third and he spoke of the team's effort I feel like today was a good effort again from our team And I think we played a pretty good series so far And we're just trying to build off some of the momentum that we've created in these last two games You go to your search in 30 saves for the win the hurricane is over 5 on the road in the playoffs They will host game 5 on Thursday night In the western semis Edmonton grabbed a three one series lead over Calgary with a 5 three win Ryan nugent Hopkins scored a pair of goals for the oilers including the game winner with under four minutes to go Evander Kane scored his 11th and 12th goals of the postseason for Edmonton as well No sweep in the NBA's western finals Dallas able to stave off elimination with a one 19 one O 9 win over Golden State The Mavs hit 23 pointers and Luka Dončić scored 30 points grabbed 14 rebounds and dished out 9 assists to force a game 5 We got to believe you know I think our difference was way better today and I think we take the paint You know those two things are key And that's what we got to bring to San Francisco On the diamond Toronto took down St. Louis 8 to one as Jay's pitcher Kevin gausman got plenty of run support That's what we are you know That's what we normally are So you know it's been pretty quiet in there lately So you know for us to kind of get our mojo back I guess You know just have that high energy Everybody talking in the dugout It was nice to see And the NFL has expanded the Rooney rule again This time to include quarterbacks coaches in a further effort to diversify the coaching ranks The change was announced Tuesday at the owners meeting in Atlanta I'm Josh Brown tree AP

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Kane's 2nd-period hat trick helps Oilers top Flames 4-1

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Kane's 2nd-period hat trick helps Oilers top Flames 4-1

"Evander Kane had a hat trick in the oilers played strong defense in a four one win over the flames Zach Hyman scored 52 seconds into the second period before Kane tallied three times in the stanza Kane scored 53 seconds apart then capped his natural hat trick 5 minutes later It was fun A lot of fun You know it was good to come back Home and play these guys in our home ice and I thought we came with a really good start and obviously it was a good win for a group Leon draisaitl had four assists one more than Connor McDavid Mike Smith turned back 32 shots to help Edmonton take a two games to one lead He came within 5 minutes of a shutout after the oilers allowed 12 goals in the first two games of the second round series Oliver kylington had Calgary's goal game four is Tuesday in Edmonton I'm Dave

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20 injured in Milwaukee shootings after Bucks playoff game

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

20 injured in Milwaukee shootings after Bucks playoff game

"Two two two two separate separate separate separate shootings shootings shootings shootings outside outside outside outside of of of of Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee bucs bucs bucs bucs home home home home game game game game Friday Friday Friday Friday night night night night sent sent sent sent fans fans fans fans running running running running for for for for their their their their lives lives lives lives the the the sound sound sound of of of gunfire gunfire gunfire captured captured captured by by by Jake Jake Jake o'kane o'kane o'kane who'd who'd who'd been been been at at at the the the game game game and and and was was was outside outside outside afterwards afterwards afterwards he he he said said said he he he heard heard heard more more more than than than forty forty forty shots shots shots police police police say say say no no no one one one was was was killed killed killed but but but scores scores scores were were were injured injured injured and and and had had had to to to go go go to to to the the the hospital hospital hospital thousands thousands thousands who who who could could could not not not get get get tickets tickets tickets to to to game game game six six six of of of the the the NBA's NBA's NBA's Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference semi semi semi finals finals finals had had had gathered gathered gathered adjacent adjacent adjacent to to to the the the deer deer deer district district district to to to watch watch watch the the the bucs bucs bucs lose lose lose to to to the the the Celtics Celtics Celtics the the the second second second shooting shooting shooting happened happened happened a a a few few few hours hours hours after after after the the the first first first one one one police police police say say say they they they took took took several several several people people people into into into custody custody custody I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker

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Kane scores 3 as Oilers beat Avs 6-3, clinch playoff spot

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Kane scores 3 as Oilers beat Avs 6-3, clinch playoff spot

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Ketanji Brown Jackson Has the Votes After Collins Boost

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | 3 months ago

Ketanji Brown Jackson Has the Votes After Collins Boost

"At this point, I would have to say that judge katon G Brown Jackson looks like she will make it. To the Supreme Court. I saw today that senator Susan Collins of Maine said that she intended to vote for Jackson, now I think this is the first public statement by Republican senator saying that they were going to vote for Jackson. I think Romney said that he was undecided. He was looking further into her record, but I'm guessing that she's going to get one maybe two, maybe three, Republican votes, and that of course is enough. In fact, it gives the Democrats a small margin in the unlikely event that they lose mansion and or cinema. They've got Republicans to make up for it. So I think Jackson looks at this point to have relatively safe passage. But it's a very interesting development here, which is that one of the main themes in the hearings has been relatively light sentences handed out to people involved in child porn cases. And it turns out that The White House appears to have left out an important case that she decided less than a year before she was elevated to the D.C. circuit court and they did it because they didn't want her record to look bad. Now, the case is called U.S. versus Kane. And it involved really a massive download of files, 6500 files, children, elementary school, middle school, either nude, or in various compromising positions, but apparently there was also sadism, masochism. I mean, this was a horrible dump of really bad stuff. And the guy who did all this, the probation office said, listen, he deserves to go to prison for 84 months in the case. So 7 years. But can tanji Jackson goes, no, I'm gonna go below, and I'm gonna give him only 60 months, which is to say 5 years. Now, 5 years, 7 years. I mean, the point here is that there's a consistent pattern of ketanji Jackson minimizing the seriousness of these cases and letting these offenders go off with lighter

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Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

"The Panthers have completed a four in one road trip with a five two downing of the Blackhawks Alexander Barkov had a goal and two assists in Florida's third straight win and seventh in eight games Jonathan Huberdeau set up two goals to increase his league leading assist total to fifty three and extend his point streak to seven games Aaron Ekblad Brandon Montour mackenzie weaker and Anton Lundell also scored for the Eastern Conference leaders my tour was happy with the road trip yeah buildings you know three tough teams to you know it's tough coming up a break like that but I mean the guy's energy guys are excited to be back in yes good six points Patrick Kane had a goal and an assistantship goes third straight loss I'm Dave very

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 Chris Young leads Academy of Country Music nominations

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Chris Young leads Academy of Country Music nominations

"Chris young leads the academy of country music award nominations with seven marches are a letter with the latest Chris young earned three of his seven nominations for his collaboration with Kane brown on famous friends Miranda Lambert and Walker Hayes each have five nominations Lambert Jack Ingram and Jon Randall are up for album of the year for the Marfa tapes they're up against young Carly Pearce Thomas Rhett and Morgan Wallen who was removed from last year's ballot after video surfaced of him using a racial slur entertainer

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Nugent-Hopkins breaks late tie, Oilers beat Capitals 5-3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Nugent-Hopkins breaks late tie, Oilers beat Capitals 5-3

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Landeskog scores twice, Avs hang on for 9th straight win

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

Landeskog scores twice, Avs hang on for 9th straight win

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The Rich, Wealthy Claim to Be Victims

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | 5 months ago

The Rich, Wealthy Claim to Be Victims

"If race is now the sole immutable barometer of who is a victim who was a victimizer, then LeBron James Jay-Z Kane west Chris Rock Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey are always to be among the eternally oppressed. Well, what did the LeBron James say? He scared to walk out of his house? Out of his mansion, yeah. That's exactly right. They're the eternal oppressed. The enormous influence power status and wealthy wield never negates their victimhood. Despite a nation three generations into affirmative action. In the immoral calculus of WOAK the poor white or Southeast Asian offspring of poorly paid high school dropouts constitute the privileged. And a multi millionaire racist like the TV anchorwoman joy read. Claims to be the perpetual victim. Not the inner city African American retiree

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"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And therefore he's about to receive the ball that a fan does wrong side and for me I think this is a penalty kick. And this is where I think referees don't understand the game of football. But you see it's easy. And I understand from a referee's point of view, you see it's easier to give the fur against the attacker. And the referee's mindset than the ST are the penalty, but you're effectively chopping off a very good goal in the big game. Kind of the same thing. Is it not? But it's always because if you give a penalty, it's controversial. You're going to allow a team score. One of the decisions in the world is to give a defensive free kick, which means it's not a goal that can reset themselves, and we can now play again. Once you give a penalty, you're given somebody a free shot at goal and therefore it's a very controversial decision. So a referee will always find the defensive free kick the easiest one to give. Remember the hall and then the penalty everyone, the ball comes in, who do you give it to? Was always the defendant team because it was the easier decision to give. The credit says my heart yesterday. And I said to you, sorry, Steve, it was why I don't understand why Harry Kane. I understand why Jim, I think it always felt the need to make a challenge. Because he was wrong say, he was in a bit of trouble. I don't understand why Harry Kane felt the need to put the hand was then put the hand on Thiago shove was back because he'd read where the ball was going. And he gave the referee an opportunity toward the free kick. Last word, Stevie? I like when Mark said the book, you know, that's the one that a certain things in the game that referees just can't know because they haven't played at the highest level. And I always irritates me when I hear people when they're commentating saying, well, there's not enough of a contact. You don't need a lot of contact. I give a fola win in 1986 every Cup final against Graham sharp and my own pen ebooks when he had a free header on goal. And I gave him the slightest nudge because I had no choice because he was going to stick it in there. And I'm talking about a slight nudge. And it was just enough for him to mess. And it was apparently kicked all day long. So I'm glad Mark says that because sometimes we feel that we're being harsh on referees, but the truth is that a certain things as much as they know the rules better than those that are set in little things like this where they will just they just wouldn't be able to understand it. Did they give the penalty theory? No, no, let's give a gold cake. It's slightly white. But look at the clothes. And they became choppy. That was a free cake and I go do it. When's the last time we saw him, Stevie? It was 1987. Just looking at your clock, 27 minutes into the shore. And he's gone from slandering the reefs at the start of the shore by saying that all conspiring together because the maze to tell us how he feels sorry for them. I know. That's the way. That's a very friendly today. 27 minutes to change his mind. Pretty much everyone agreed with everything. Thank you very much, Mark. As always, much appreciated,.

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"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

"That's more of a foe than the cane hand on Thiago Silva. And yet, that one's not given as a penalty and the king goal was chopped off. I think there is more physical contact that's put in Ronald to the ground here just there. At full speed when he's got his eyes on the ball, so you're balance has not going to be as good as it is when you're focused on where you're moving to he's looking at a ball fills the bang on the bike doesn't dive, goes down under the force of a penalty kick. Harry Kane subjective slay arm, tago Silva realizes in a split second, the bogs behind them goes to ground. Paul Tiana sees it gives it and as Mark said, then it's never going to be reversed because of the contact. But this one, I think, when viral was set and looking at it and stoked the part, again, with Stevie, looking at the contact there, which I thought there was more than enough of a head scratcher why it wasn't given as a penalty. Mark? It's always easy as a referee to give a defensive kick than it is a panel. Okay. So with the Harry Kane one, it's always easier to give a defensive free kick than it is Christian or Ronaldo's because it's always you're given a team of gold. However, I agree with both Stevie and creek tonight that this is one of them where referees don't understand the game of football because referees will always see. I had to contact sport. You can't have Harry Kane where there's a push and you want to defensive free kick and how this is in a penalty because when you watch it, yes he puts his arm rounds, I don't think that's the offense. However, it's the bump. He clearly bumps him and therefore knocks Cristiano Ronaldo off balance and christiano Ronaldo is in front.

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Sen. Tim Kaine Has a Lot to Say About Prosecuting Donald Trump

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 5 months ago

Sen. Tim Kaine Has a Lot to Say About Prosecuting Donald Trump

"Tim Kane said it's up to the prosecutors at the justice burn where the charge Trump though he believes the former president's actions want to be for January 6th likely violated federal law No they didn't He is supposed to be a moderate but he's a whack job They have all the evidence at their disposal he said Now how do you know that A lot going on behind the scenes of you and I do not know Cain believes federal prosecutors are looking seriously at charges against Trump although he doesn't have any insight information My intuition is that they're looking carefully whether Trump broke the law my sense is they're looking at everything in a diligent way and they haven't made a decision What is he talking about Does he know something I believe there are federal statutes that are very much implicated by Trump overturn Biden's victory in the 2020 election It is really grotesque to hear people who sought to overturn the 2016 election Every breathing moment of that administration Are now making these allegations these

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Author Douglas Murray's 'The Madness of Crowds' Is More Applicable Today Than Ever Before

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:08 min | 6 months ago

Author Douglas Murray's 'The Madness of Crowds' Is More Applicable Today Than Ever Before

"Do that. Follow this man right now, Douglas Kane, Murray. Did you ever think the madness of crowds? Would actually be even more applicable Douglas now than when you wrote the book given what we have witnessed in the last two years when it comes to the coronavirus. You know, what I tried to do with that book was to lay out what I thought was the sort of vulnerability we had as a society. That we had becoming incredibly certain about things that actually weren't very certain. And at the same time, we'd become to doubt things that were very obvious. As I say in the matters of crowds, things that everyone knew yesterday suddenly became up for grabs. I give the examples. I endless things in the book. One, which is just kept on happening is, you know, until yesterday, if you said, what is a woman, everybody could answer you? Everybody on Planet Earth could answer you now. The smartest, as it were, most over educated imbeciles in the world. Say, well, what is a woman? That's a really

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Caleb Jones scores in OT as Blackhawks beat Capitals 5-4

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Caleb Jones scores in OT as Blackhawks beat Capitals 5-4

"Caleb Caleb Jones Jones scored scored in in overtime overtime to to give give the the Blackhawks Blackhawks a a five five four four win win over over the the capitals capitals it it was was a a back back and and forth forth affair affair with with Alex Alex avenged avenged in in opening opening the the scoring scoring tying tying an an NHL NHL record record with with this this two two hundred hundred seventy seventy fourth fourth career career power power play play tally tally talks talks then then put put on on a a bird bird scoring scoring three three times times in in thirty thirty four four seconds seconds Washington Washington eventually eventually tied tied it it with with three three seconds seconds left left in in regulation regulation before before Jones Jones played played hero hero Alex Alex DeBrincat DeBrincat scored scored twice twice Patrick Patrick Kane Kane notched notched his his seven seven hundredth hundredth career career assist assist and and Andre Andre flurry flurry made made forty forty two two saves saves for for his his five five hundred hundred first first career career win win David David Shuster Shuster Chicago Chicago

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How the Left Will Subjugate You With Mask Mandates

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 7 months ago

How the Left Will Subjugate You With Mask Mandates

"My theory is this The mask we're visual creatures right We're not you know dogs We don't sniff around the world We're not you know bats we don't do like echolocation and things like that We don't have radar It's not Matt Murdock from the daredevil comics We're visual creatures The left needs an ongoing fear campaign It's my Walking Dead theory right The only way to get you to walk into a prison voluntarily is if you believe what's on the outside is more dangerous like they did in The Walking Dead to get away from the zombies They locked themselves in a prison right The left wants to lock you in a prison too It's an ideological prison It's a prison where you are basically subjugated by the left And they want you to enjoy it and love it not only that but to advocate for it too but it's very hard to get people to do that Ladies and gentlemen normal people with God given rights born without you know in a normal healthy prosperous household Want and yearn to be free They do That's why jail generally sucks people want to be free The left doesn't want you to be free Their entire ethos is government subjugating you and doing things to you that you can't stop They want you as useful idiots on the left To not only be subjugated but to love it What does this have to do with the mass The mask is that visual symbol where visual creatures the visual symbol of fear that we're in a pandemic and it's deadly and people are good You got reverend Kane Jim people are gonna be reminded every single day But we're good just like reverend Kane Joe Biden said Joe Biden I don't know if you know Joe Biden played reverend game poltergeist dude That was him Joe Biden we're going to die You got to be reminded every

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Author Melissa Cain Travis and Eric Discuss How Life Came Into Being

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Author Melissa Cain Travis and Eric Discuss How Life Came Into Being

"I'm talking to Melissa Kane Travis. She's the author of science and the mind of the maker with the conversation between faith and science reveals about God. Let's get specific Melissa. There are a lot of exciting chapters in here. I never know where to go first because I like it all, right? But the idea of how life came into being from non life. I don't remember if you deal with that in a whole chapter if you just touch on that in the book. But what they call a biogenesis. Do you talk about that? I do. There's a chapter in there that talks about the problem posed for naturalistic origin of life theories. When we consider the specified complexity found in the DNA molecule. And for the listeners who are familiar with doctor Stephen Meyer, who you mentioned earlier, he's written an entire book on that, right? Signature in the cell. So I drew on Myers work for that chapter. Well, it's interesting because I came to it a little bit through Stephen Meyers, but also through doctor James tour, who's also down there in Houston at rice university. And what I always find funny is the fact that we never talk about this. about it. But if you go up to your average person and say, okay, life appears on earth, single celled form 4 billion years ago. How did that happen? I think most people just go what do you mean? I don't know. How did it happen? It's like you would think that that would be the most basic question. Science. Okay, science. The most basic questions. There's life. We are life. How did life come into being? And it seems like the more we know about the complexity of DNA, the complexity of single cell, the more we know that we have no idea how life came into being. But that's a pretty big thing to admit. So nobody's really been very public about it, at least on the non Christian side of the

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How 'Science and the Mind of the Maker' Author Melissa Cain Travis Got Into the World of Christian Apologetics

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 7 months ago

How 'Science and the Mind of the Maker' Author Melissa Cain Travis Got Into the World of Christian Apologetics

"Melissa Cain Travis, she's an assistant Professor of Christian apologetics at Houston baptist university among other things. And she came out with a book just a couple of years ago called science and the mind of the maker, what the conversation between faith and science reveals about God. A lot of the stuff that I'm excited about, she is also excited about. I said, we've got to get her on the program. So Melissa, Kane Travis, welcome. Thank you. I'm glad to be with you. Well, so how did you get into this world? Because what I always am amazed by is how many people just don't know anything about this. When I talk to Christians who seem to have a reasonable faith, they seem to, but they themselves have never heard of a lot of this. So I was excited when I saw your book because you've more than just heard about it. You've written about it. How did you find your way into this subject? Let's start there. Well, it's a long and convoluted story that we probably don't have time to tell in its entirety. But to make a very long story short, my background isn't biotechnology. My undergraduate degrees in general biology and after undergrad I decided to enter the field of BioTech while I figured out what I wanted to do in terms of graduate education. And for 5 years, I found myself repeatedly sitting up at a lab bench doing my work and having a conversation with the scientists that worked alongside me in my lab and finding myself at a loss for answers to big questions that they asked me because they knew that I was a devoted Christian, but I was also deeply interested in the natural sciences. And I call it my embarrassing series of events that eventually led me to start digging deeper and finally discovering this crazy term apologetics that I'd never heard in my entire life. So I started doing self study and after a few years I found myself in the graduate program in science and religion at viola university. And it was there that I was exposed to all the wonderful authors who have become my intellectual

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"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:01 min | 10 months ago

"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Me. It's not a surprise agreed that he's everything chelsea could have wanted right now. Absolutely because there's three aspects to resign now these very good with these back to go and teams in going to stop receiving the puck from us. And we're going to stop receiving these bull into his feet and get turned in and around the box so they're going to try and stop that but he's also good at running behind and certainly win. Win back possession adrift out to the wide roy. Air comeback he's left and run with the ball and if he can't on the in the game we'll get on the ball in general when the ball goes wide and crosses come into the box easter. Very good head with the bourne. He showed last week against aston villa. Without having that many touches he still scored a great goal. So i'm surprised that he's had a great start to the season at toco was asked about the similarities between aucoin kane and he said there's one big one. They scored decisive goals and they love scar in them. Who would you rather have in your side. Lukaku cain ride. No i'm i'm going to remember lukaku. Just because they form that he's shown so father season clearly in in better form of the to onto craig's point. Though both these played in the in the euro's it seems that england's deep run maybe is affecting hurricane a bit more. I more wanted to believe it's after the field transferred to manchester city. Then not rejoining spurs in a timely fashion has has led to the slow start from how req- all other things being even any other tire mutilation without question. I would say how no question but right now remember kaku is proving the strike worthy of the trophy with the is that he's he's gotten over the last couple of seasons fame. Crank of the cane. Well i think cain and say would be scoring goals. I saw a report today. actually From england that chelsea apparently allegedly had some sort of discussion with cain's representatives on with possibly taught them. I think the fee. I think ultimately chelsea would've taken hurricane if the money had been right but i don't think they could meet like mindset you the allegations from daniel levy and so went for the other target which was ramleh lukaku but i in my opinion. Cain would still be above likud striker. That would be interesting. Wouldn't it can you much in that frank would. How would that be seen if cain were to go to chelsea obviously if you should go to city it might be a bit more acceptable for the spurs fans. Yes yes it would have been kind of something very sodden and something that it could be a very upset about you know if he would have signed to four chelsea but that's also need hop into too many players know signing from bustle on to madrid or for my sissy to well much is to unite the city. We saw that we smash show at the time you know but everything is possible. It would be nice for chelsea to ck. But i'm happy to see nuku. Lukac is doing the job to show. Revenge to achieve sean. In the first place and to see lukaku new scoring goes for chelsea not being. that's perfect. Say because i think the steelers have no something to to prove an steelers something to to show that the shows but so far so good in champa stieg chances but he's called a goal and that's it that's enough for us but gills have cost lukaku is in your projected. Eleven for the weekend. Would you like to talk through eight to play strongest team. We know that contains by training. But i still expecting to keep your senior coach in front of the book. The bucks free because he worked really well against us for example brings along with the ball to this team. Three of lukaku mountain harvard's again. I think this is. This is the strongest form three you can have. And then you've got the two wing box. In which james and marcos alonzo.

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"kane" Discussed on Into America

Into America

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Into America

"Know f- much you know to take in whereas like now put on spotify or pandora. Whatever it's like you know you might have to listen to the whole song. Try to figure out is that is that little no nothing. 'cause look no it might be because everybody damn near sound the same you know and it's like you know because he was a part of that trend you gone 'cause the trend is gone saying So it's like when this is over. I think the migos are still be standing. Because they're the ones that pretty much started this trend and also their unique wit it. There's a few that originality to them. But i mean you know may man. This wave is gone. It's a lot that's going to be gone and you know. I just hope that they understand that. You know and i hope that some artists tried to just do something to make people identify with them personally. The commodification of hip hop didn't just change the sound. What rappers were talking about change to in the late eighties and early nineties. There was a wave of socially conscious pro black rap from public enemy to x clan. Now of course wrap today isn't devoid of protests music but as kane if there was a moment when the genre started to lean away my opinion. This is just my opinion. I think that everything changed drastically after puffy did that. On voter died thing. This is a matter of life and death. This election is life and death which is why simpson change has come up with our campaign slogan boated die. See when you vote for a president does number. You're putting your life in the lives of your family at the hands of someone else. If i'm scary. Good that's how serious vote or die was get out the vote campaign aimed at young people in the two thousand..

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"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:40 min | 11 months ago

"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

"In in swap with kane and money so there's where they can do it i really think they're going to push for now and i do also believe that if cain has taken this decision and created us that's what he stands is because you know the city are going to come big. Why would he do that. otherwise he will look like inisia- if it goes on strike and then no one makes enough all all summer and then on some of the. I said well have to go to come back now because no one wanted me. So i think for cain to go on strike and alternative today because you know that city are gonna come for him big. Do you think that's the case to frank that he knows that city. You're going to come in big for him. And that ultimately that is where he will end up for him to pull a play like this if be accomplished reside if he decided to go on strike with Without any insurance. That cd will go for him. So maybe maybe he has a kind of fun called and phone calls and and making sure that he is mentioned as she's going to go for him and it's going to fight for him until he gets him and and he has to please is the way the way he plays. Now's show is not showing up and not making appearances to to make sure that daniel louisiana is in trouble. But i have a question for the guys because he's funny because we had a debate for the euros that stelling greeley's couldn't play because telling was playing so that won't be a debate for grecia goes to mention to city. There's all they can play both. Suddenly somebody find a solution to play those fantastic failure together. That's avocation for southgate. But i can't talk to him rather took to the three guys that expert as well. So what have you got to say about that cheka. I'll give you guys soviets number. I'm not sure. I'm reading those show to answer that one. Frank listening i for me. It's like for like between between the two where the guadalupe and can confined space. Pushtoon out on the right hand side or whether religious happy to sit in behind a front man without from miami be time will tell. But but that's why penn guests pay the big bucks at kills studying obviously starting to trump final before sending the begins. It was not really in the team. I think he lost his place. And i'm not sure how much pep guardiola still trust in. Really i know he got euros. With england is form sunni. Last season was not the same authority was actually one of his worst season since he joined city. So maybe that's why he's in peps. Mine is greatest upgrades on what sterling is has been doing the last eighteen for example. And certainly you could see what british can bring to that city team in terms of especially when you play against the law. Blog good can take on players in the small spaces. You can make a difference. And i think maybe that's what pepsi's and for me if british signs is to take sterling's planes not to play with them together and would you agree with that mark do too. I think that any of the summer when people have money went electrolux on money. Still think you situation construct is an issue. It was not these contracts. i think he wants money. Very close to what kevin brown is being given. I think depressed highest pay. Play the premier league. Now don't think says you prepared to pay. I think city probably would cash sterling sterling copy cope with the guy that makes way for the spot. Don't think he's going to make way. For jaguars by tottenham which would help everybody in this policy of from leaves well..

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"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Hello welcome into espn f. C k murray check hislop with you also joining us. We have mark ogden. Frankly buff. I'm back from his vacation. It is jules laurent God turn time very nice. Thank you and the love you know in our country franck funky. We get a really good time very quickly. Like every people from every country in time for all the drama it has to be said bills big news today. Hurricane failing to report to tottenham hotspur for training after a vacation off his own now for many. This wasn't a surprise and we did hear reports that the england players said. This would actually happen but for others. It has to be quite a big surprise. My coke do where do you stand on it because a few weeks ago and we were talking about these reports. I know that you said you still expect him to turn off absolute. I'm really surprised by it. Because how can you know he has been through career. The consummate professional sticks controversy`l. All the way is being really upstanding. Separate online at tottenham and for me this this is a real kind of a declaration of war and tottenham it by turning up for training. He has literally gone on strike. Less kind of less stellar. Reputation is the beaming castigated by the hurricane. Aesthetic in a very dangerous step by doing this because first of all we have to wait and so hit hurricane side of the story in the context of this as he stones. He was expensive buck during today. You hasn't adult and what that does so damaging to his relationship with the tutton who still treat my god. I think many tottenham funds probably accepted the that he needs to get away win something kind of reward his correct. It's been a fantastic play. Probably needs to win some that by not portrayed in i think he's damaged maybe permanently because this is going to create a real kind of stunned up. Now with with tottenham the daniel leader who may be really stubborn about is. So you've got is that contract. You're going to stay at one more year and what happens. Is you have to talk again. So taken a really really bold move. This is kind of this is the ultimate. Move the files even the mess and how you can download it. Martin payoff There's a lot of talk about gentlemen's agreement between the two. That's his assumption. What could be harry's excuse not turning that danni levy and the spruce border going back on gentleman's agreement i for one lack of lack of evidence. I believe that there was a gentlemen's agreement between hurricane on spruce board. How cain has saved this club incredibly well during his time there signing a new deal i felt that harry kane had to recognize where he stood in wolf football. And you don't put you don't put your name. You don't sign that long-term agreement agreement even with a boyhood club even with the club that you love so daily. If you don't feel that there's a.

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"kane" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"kane" Discussed on Slate Money

"That's real banking for real life and real business visit sandy spring bank dot com slash real member. Fdic so ben. Tell me where were you. When was it told me like the first time you saw citizen kane. My mom used to make me watch black and white movies. When i was a kid and actually sometimes to take me to the art houses on the upper west side. There was one on failure used to play classic movies. And there was another one in ninth and broadway and so. I can't actually remember if i saw there or if i just saw it on the vcr but either way it was. When i was a kid. I wasn't allowed to watch tv. And i think she sort of believed that like trashy culture from the thirties and forties preferable to trashy from the eighties. We wash lots of movies. I feel like this is one of those movies. That like kids suggest never going to understand you can watch. It doesn't matter how many times you can go straight over your head. I tried to get my twelve year old son to watch this with me on sunday and he sat on the couch for about twenty minutes and then he just shook his head rolled his eyes and left and went to play minecraft and i was told it was boring and i didn't disagree yet. Did make a big impression on me at the time. Although the kind of remembered the character and i remembered the opening saying there's a couple of indelible seems right like the him giving his big speech with the big poster behind him and him like applauding the end of the opera which live on in as memes and that kind of some of the earliest and most enduring memes that hollywood has especially that the shot of him with the poster behind him cain that lives on and other movies and just in the imagination. It's something that has cultural resonance. I think you know that image. Even if you don't know what citizen kane even is. I hadn't connected it to the actually like i hadn't connected by the movie and the man. Should we just talk about if someone hasn't seen the eighty year old movie what it is about. It's about randolph hearst. Right this was obvious to anyone who watched a movie in nineteen forty one. And it's something. Which i guess you have to know if you watch it today. But it's a not very veiled fictionalization of the life of one of the great press magnates in american history. Who's this guy randolph. Hearst who ben can give us like the pocket bio why it is that he was so fascinating to to olsen wells. Almost hard in. I think in two thousand twenty one to remember how powerful or to think about how powerful and newspaper baron was. I mean rupert is obviously the closest thing we have to randolph hearst. But basically it's two things at somebody who builds this enormous and powerful business on news but then also who is just willing but eager sort of totally intertwined with why the businesses successful use it as a political cudgel and he was you know the sort of iconic newspaper publisher back when a newspaper publisher was the most powerful thing you could be. I think a lot of the most famous stories about him are apocryphal. And some of them. I realize or from citizen kane particularly the one about the spanish american war where cain says you provide the pictures and i'll provide the war and i think that's something that is apocryphal e attributed to william randolph hearst. But watching this movie again. I realized oh this is where the attribution comes from. I think he actually literally well. According to what i read he had said you furnish the pictures all furnish the war and is credited with helping foment the spanish-american more and then cain says you provide the prose poem and i'll provide the war perfectly. Well there's not the slightest proof that this armadas after jersey. Low mr bernstein dozens. This guestimations denied like you to meet mr thatcher. Just leland thatcher my ex guardian l. secrets from our readers. Mr bernstein. Mr thatcher is one of the most devoted readers you knows what's wrong with every company took over the cable girls delightful and kill bus stop could send you prose poems about scenery. But don't feel right. Spending your money stopped out. Is no wall in cuba. Side wheeler any still wheeler. You provide the prose poems. I'll provide the war that around like myself. I think that was came.

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"kane" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"kane" Discussed on Slate Money

"Uh-huh to the citizen kane episode of slate money goes to the movies. I'm feeling salmon of axios. I'm here with emily. Pick of fun dries. It's time to really drag out the big guns here. This is the forty millimeter howitzer Of movies and in order to talk about the movie that everyone seems to think the greatest movie ever made in the history of cinema. We have the only person we could possibly in on this show to talk about citizen kane. Welcome ben smith. Thank you so much for having me. Ben who are you. And what is your relationship to the press and press magnates on the film critic for the new york times. Ben is the most astute observer of contemporary media and used to run a website. You might have heard of cold buzzfeed. And i know nothing about movies and the medium for the time anyone reading that column and reading when i read about disney and netflix. We'll see how little i know about movies and Yes easter buzzfeed. But you actually. You have a whole childhood of house movies in your background is we will talk about in this episode your mention inflicting french house movies on your fourteen year old daughter we will talk about where cain stands is like a movie house. Maybe of course mostly. We're gonna talk about. Cain as a character this whole idea of media moguls whether it stands up what's changed in the media industry between nineteen forty one and now it's a meaty and delicious episodes coming up on sleep. Money goes to the movies. Every day can bring changes challenges.

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"kane" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"kane" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Here's kimberly kane. Everybody welcome back to the show today. As you heard i've got kimberly came with me and we're doing a live podcast today. Which is always a treat to having done so many zooms over the last. I don't know it's getting to be a lot of months now. so kimberly. welcome to the show. Thanks mike and it is great to be here in person versus via zoom. What jumped at the chance..

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"Toys is a maybe that was why he wanted the baby. He liked the baby that was in the movie because when the movie came on he was I. I gotta get my baby got. The baby came downstairs and was like showing the you know the movie on the movie but I realized I said that's why he wanted to be he saw. This is toy and literally that was asset just Like just giving him this base. I was like you know what that could went so laugh at. We could invite me and put it back. He would have been upset and confused. Why did they take this toy? How come they wouldn't give this to me? You know? And who knows how that would have impacted growing up? If if he you know so choose make decisions like I think so. I think we really need to be open minded over talking about how can raise a happy child. We need to have an open mind so I think that's something that's very big for me. You know just just those big things like understanding what what is happening is for me really staying consistent being having open. Mind giving space so talk to me. Would you feel like it's a happy child? Sweet me at Elissa biggby or comments or the Emmy on Instagram at Elissa underscore biggby also cross a come into you on their view of their dance. Which gives but talk to me. I really want to know from you as what is happy childhood. What do you think you're going to do Torri Happy Child? But before I think you know one thing I will say Are Today's guests teary is has allotted gyms and. I'm super excited for you. Hear them because she gets a lot about you know how to raise a happy child before we get into that. I got a big up. Another mom poor black Mambas business so state two pounds to skin care and self care. I M absolute worse. I always forget to my skin. I always just so deeply sometimes here to sold out of a window and my jaw professional but with unstressed body central's I have really been on top to Mike into coast. Skincare is a team that I enjoy now on. Stress Provide Ram by a mom who is local store via and she makes everything and made her with natural ingredients. If he's very knowledgeable she has. She makes spotting scrubs sheets oils. Everything is plant based she has facial. Scrubs soaps hair products will. You're very self insured and salt toast. She hurts the customer. Service is a mazing instance. Rare that you have a business owner cares that much to keep checking on shore. Here is dissapoint in that your products to and I'm so happy that north of Philly. Philly's so that you can find following unstressed bodies and chills Atkins at unstrap essentials. When you can place in order you can go on unstressed mind body DOT COM and play Sherp order today. Check it out okay. Everybody welcome. I am so excited to introduce today's guests. She is a phenomenal woman. Welcome Terry thank you so much Elizabeth so excited and let's just tell everybody a little bit about you. Terry is a net national podcasters speaker in brand strategist. She entrepreneurs to leverage social media and personal branding to grow their audience impact in their bank accounts. She's also advocate you in the past. But you know if you Terry you know the her story is not he know all sunshine rainbows her heard at the roots of her empowerment comes a story of place of her playing. You know as a child. You know her. Resilience enable to overcome physical and verbal abuse and defy statistics about children with incarcerated parents. I'm has been very vocal about struggling financially in Copenhagen coping with low self esteem and depression and still despite it all she has earned her master of Arts and Conflict Analysis and dispute resolution. She was a floor Miss Black America. Contest it okay. Y'All Ashi currently works at Asana and she is really well known for her her block which is gross pitstop which is a place of power for women of Color. Terry Oh my goodness your own easing. I can thank you elicit own. You can buy your empowering people can you know and I gave us a little bit into that site. 'cause I know you always talk about how your Your lifelong desires. Come from a place of hurt and pain. Can you tell us a little bit about second? Tell us about your childhood. He says you know what the thing is Elissa I. It's so funny because oftentimes I know when I was younger I used to think that when I got older I would like be released from my childhood. I kind of felt like Oh when I get grown route. Become an adult like everything's going to be roses and sunshine and so sometimes. I'm like Damn Hope. Can I cut your pockets girl? Are you okay? I'm like I know we do. Let me make sure I wanted to be throwing words around but I but I you know I got open house. I'd Dan I'm still talking about my childhood and I realized that we also have that internal child needs love right and that needs attention and affection and so. I often talk about my childhood even to this day because one based on what I went through like. I shouldn't be here today. You know what I mean and I'll talk a bit if I went through but I shouldn't be here today and I also realized I became an adult that. Oh No as you get older. That child doesn't just disappear like it comes up even more for you right and I realized that the older guy I was dealing with symptoms from my childhood and so I was raised in an abusive household Mom was physically and verbally abusive and she was also in and out of jail. And so my dad. My bone is dead. He raised my siblings. And I really you know when my mom was away and so for me the thing about it is I thought for the most part. I felt that my child who was normal. It was kind of all that I knew. You know as you go and dysfunction. You'd think Oh everybody's mommy leaves you know a couple of times a year and they go away and you go visit them and like I was used to going to prison and writing letters and getting those collect calls or the calls from prison of that. That was my norm and so. I didn't realize how dysfunctional it was until I got older and I was like. Oh this isn't normal like I didn't have a normal upbringing. This was abnormal. And there's a lot of pain and a lot of hurt and a lot of things that I dealt with that I thought were just me? I thought I was just you know messed up and it was like. Oh No. This is a symptom of the hurt. The pain scars that I had experienced when I was younger. That's NS crazy set. Like you mentioned and talk about the dysfunction. Seems normal as a child. You just made a really good point that you know. It's not for some of us. It doesn't hit US until we get older if it does at all Some people are still feel like. Oh you know I was fine and we see that sometimes apparent debates where you know especially when people are talking about white while I was yelled at but I turned out just fine and then some people are like. Are you something right? You brought that up that that's a good point. Yes so wild about like so when you know dealing with that like coming into. Kinda grown up to that dysfunction. What happened when you said at that point when you were kind of thrown into being you know raising your siblings yes so I have seven siblings and when I was let's see I was eight years old? That was my my first sibling. My I guess. My parents like their first child together. that was when she was born and so. I remember yet eight years old. I remember my mom being locked up after the baby and I remember my sister and I and my day like we were all just kind of bringing it together taking care of the family because mom was away and then I remember. Let's see I'm trying to think of all the different dates and that was kind of like a back and forth thing like this. Is I remember my mom going away? Ever since I was eight so it was like back and forth from eight years old up until I was about like Grad school girls so this was like a long journey and so all throughout that time you know. My little sister was born eight years older than her and then about. I WANNA say. Could you got a math? I'm trying to figure out the age of the other. Siblings were born years later but I have three additional siblings that I helped raise and for me. It just kind of became natural. Look I was one of those kids in school where or have to go home. And I can't go out with everyone else because I had to go home and make bottles and change diapers right or act to go home in college right after. Go drive home during the weekend. Because my mom's away my siblings I want to provide some sense of normalcy for them. You know I want to provide them with some hope. Hope and inspiration because you know. My Dad passed away a month before I went away to college. My Siblings didn't have my dad and didn't have you know stability at home. And so that was my big thing was like. How can I inspire my siblings? I was you know how it is when you have siblings. It's like oh my gosh. So annoying they get on my nerves. It was like that for a long time until I realized. Oh they don't really have anyone else. I think it was when my dad died. That was when I realized. Oh I have to step up big time and if I'm not there for them who's going to be there for them who's going to be the stability they need. You know who's going to provide the stability the and you aren't nowhere near close to home but it wasn't like home with like you know thirty thirty minute drive. It was a little it with a low drive. Oh man so literally like 'cause you talk about having your child you didn't really want to say he didn't really have a child while everybody was going out and you know doing the poll maybe. Dial Party. I'm just being back then. You were as taking care of your siblings in how wooder some things that came to mind as you you're doing. Was there ever a point when you're like oh.

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"Stopped worrying about what other people are because like he grows like Jesse nuts. He has something to say. And I'm going to listen to it. So once I started lighting giving that space to express himself I found that he actually was happier because we all need to release from time to time so I knew in that moment that wasn't happiness so I feel like happiness in a child is just simply a a sense of inner peace. Just a sense of peace inside. What do I mean by that? I mean there may be days where things get raw. There may be days where know the world is just completely against them. We're you know they're being torn apart but on the inside they are content on the inside. They are shore assured of themselves and they are just. They're just protecting their P spill at peace. They know that things will get better to meet. That is more about happiness. So what can you do to make sure that your child? Is You know being happy. Let's start with one understanding now that we understand what is happiness like this to me. You want to understand. That's for me. You will also understand. My my view of happiness is not the end. All be all just the way that your your your idea of happiness for yourself. This may be different for me. Happiness me have my family happy and healthy for some people. Happiness them is that and plus you know being on an island in Jamaica. You know whatever your idea of happiness on one and I think about what is your idea of happiness for your child and then you want to model that so again. Once I got to that point I want my child to be have inner peace to know that things will be okay. I started modeling the way I reacted and and cater in carried him through his emotions to that so again giving him that space that giving him that crime let them know. It's okay to cry. How are you feeling now? Do you feel better okay. Great feel better and my cam kind of getting that. He's able to start expressing himself and he's able to sat right back in back on the horse and keep moving Also I think when we in addition to catering outside of catering to the happiness. I think it's very important that we are active in the happiness. You can't just be like oh all right. I'm going to make this change for like a day or like a week and I'm going to dip often. Just you know you have to be very consistent hunting. That happiness is a very reports consistent. Work just like require an unfiltered adult a lot of work for you to maintain your happiness for you to maintain your health the same thing you have to be consistent to maintain your child's how so. I cannot one day you know. Give him the space guy and then it changes because we're from the company or changes just because we're in the store or place to place or because. I have a deadline to do and I just wanted to get him on my face. No it has to be you have to be committed. You have to be consistent with that and providing that space. I also believe within that consistency. That time really comes in. I don't think we think about raising kids. I think we focus on. How can we set up structures for them to be happy with that? Be getting a good job so that we're financially Free and there's other Ramadan. Let me just say that goes allied money. I like Nice things but Outside of you know getting the Nice job buying things for your kids will about spending actual time. What about that? We get so caught up in the superficial day to day like what about to simply sitting down and asking your child open question. Just ask know how was your day. What happened in showing interest? Not being in your phone as they're talking being on Instagram scrolling or dot furling but really sitting on looking at them and asking them about their day. I think that also prints can create happiness because they feel like their word is valuable and what I realized is when kids are a lot of kids are expressing how field those just kind of like show Zion shoved wrong and it's just like it is what it is and I think. That's that's where you start to get the kid. Suppressing their emotions and starting to feel that sense of hopelessness. Like we'll nobody's going to listen to anyway. So I really think you know spending that time asking those questions. Showing those interest into your child is such a big deal like I just remember like sometimes I feel it from off over rob. We ask her questions. Jv On her own unlike really mean and that has got to where I have to check on it to lake sometimes came comes to me own. I'm working on top of you and I we say before you judge me like are you. Serious Ma'am I do a lot of like education on race on top of deal so I'll be doing a lot. Lotta edits so let me. Just say their idea. But sometimes when I'm working on at eight he comes up and he's wanting to talk to me. He's very very emotional very in touch with his feelings. It could be something like he's watching the lion king. He just awesome died. It will run up to the steps to tell me about it so I will. I really had to be like okay. Let's say listen the drafts. Let me put my phone down and turn my attention to you so that you know that I am here for you so I just want to mention that as well. I think another thing that we need to talk about when it comes to raising Raising a happy child is having an open mind. I think made me think about that. Was You know? Wait Thou situation when he announced when his you know his daughter. I'm going to be that clear. His daughter you know had heart basically her come now and she announced like I am a woman and a girl. She's that old but I just couldn't believe how many people were just that their reactions towards it and I couldn't outlet. Thank you know how this is this. Talk when we talk about when we about you know it sounds cute. Sounds cute like I'm GonNa have a happy child but just imagine how he you know. That girl looks happy in voted taken. I'm pretty sure things aren't perfect. But in every single She is up there smiling. She has a glow like no other action. Just be looking great and just think to myself like if she came out and he was just so close minded and didn't want to hear anything about that. How many of you have you know been told by something by your kid a. Maybe you saw them doing something and then you immediately shut it down because you know based off of what you thought is right instead of being open minded. When we were we went to disneyworld around standing in line and we were in I think it was a marshalls but I was standing ally. And my husband was a he. And CAIN was adamant about getting his toy and I said okay you can get one toy you pick so firstly comes up with a firetruck. I'm like okay. You already have a fire truck or whatever we have the fire truck all of a sudden he you know he looks and he throws the fire truck down floor. I'm like any runs back to the toy. Aisle e comes back with a baby doll now. Obviously it was like literally like bind you we are in Florida. Were in line. That's all these people in line here. Come outside ease guys. Little baby doll in his hand and he was like mom. I want this toy the baby and at first half most after like put it down I was like I don't don't put it now. He wants the toy. Let's give him a toy. If that's twenty one get it and he. My husband was looking like I don't know and I was like get the delay like took we. We can't impose our of arts in our thoughts in our perceptions on what is just a toy for him and so we got him and he was feeding this. He was feeding the baby. Eventually he dumped the baby on me. Y'All know don't maybe on me. And he came home and I realized when he was watching toy story on toy story because three on Toy Story. Three there is a baby. The.

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"Podcasters motivational speaker and founder of local girls. Pitstop and just how chatting about was like for her to raise stickling how she created space for them to be happy. Al Happiness on her back. Happy Memorial Day. Get your wine out-pizzas. Your and let's welcome back guys to so two of raising. Cain first off I just WanNa say thank you to everyone who listen to last the first episode actually of raising Cain Which was about no legacies mother where we taking from our parents? And what are we leaving behind as far as breaking toxic parenting and I was really excited to how many people listen to see how many you know to receive all the good feedback all the support. Thank you to everybody who shared. If you didn't get a chance to listen to a checking it out. Dana was absolutely amazing and a lot of things she talked about is definitely going to be relevant about today's topic. So let's jump on in so today we're going to be talking about raising a happy child and this came up to me because This came four because you know with may while May being mental health month Just the awareness of it and to just noticing how this pandemic has really been impacting mental health on just everyone mental health on parents as far as you know Some of us are managing working from home while also trying to be a fulltime teacher at the same time. Some of us are not working. So we're managing band trying to figure out how we're going to put food on the table keeping over our heads in pay bills and on top of that trying to stay in touch with you know. Stay on top of our kids work. So shout out to you guys. There has been a lot of criticism towards parents who are kind of dropping the ball. And let me just say those people? Because you know what you're doing the best you can and as long as you're doing the best you can. That's all you can do. Nobody has ever gone through something like this before. None of us could have been prepared for it literally at this point the bestest all you can do and I think you know. We're kind of losing that Simpson being sold judgy. But I've noticed that judgment has been going towards the kids themselves to and the kids themselves are starting to be stressed out. They're starting to eat the press. They're getting agnes anxious and just restless altogether so I wanted to focus on the idea of happiness came up because I was like how can I raise just a happy child? As a matter of fact you know I will go back even further so when I was working in schools. I had a lot of students of different ages. One of the school was elementary school. And I remember on this Particular Day. A girl came up to me. She was in first grade. And I remember telling me that you know. She never felt happy. She said that every day. She wishes that she gives you happy or she was never happy. And then after that preceded coming sometimes she just could wake up and die and my heart correct in that moment because to be told by a six year old a six year old. That is young. Y'All you saw that six year old. They feel like they are never happy. End The would not want to be on this earth anymore was just heart shattering and I remember thinking to myself like man like did I. I don't remember feeling like that at this age. I thought I had a pretty pretty decent childhood and While it wasn't the best not far there was never a point where at the age where. I just wanted to die and so that's what I'm talking about. I put it up on social media. Just kinda getting some feedback found. There are a lot of parents who were kind of concerned about bathroom. Their kids as well and ask me like what what what. What could we do as parents to make sure our kids are still in that way and I began to see that okay? I'm not the only bare hose. Kind of worried about this. Other parents are to other parents. Basically WANNA know. How can I raise my child to be happy? And just to prevent when prevent mental illnesses from arising or not even just mental illnesses but just protecting their mental health. Now I want to say that. It is normal for kids to be sad some days. Sadness is normal. I don't know if you guys ever seen that will be inside out a love at me because you know I remember throughout the whole thing was about keeping her happy and then any and you realize that she had to cry in order for her to to move on and to be happy what. She was poor per suppressing that Lucius killing her inside. So I I WANNA say like being sad is completely normal but when you have a child who is for days on end like these and date going into weeks months. Feels like you know hopeless. Restless doesn't really want to do the activities that they're used to doing then we have a problem in. That's when you're kind of you can be concerned and I think I do think the groundwork can help some mental illnesses. Just kind of come and go but I do think that there are things that we can do so let me go back to you know before I had my son I was thinking to myself would is agile. I think we need to start there. What is a happy child for me? When I first had my son I thought I happy child was just you know a to baby that sat there and smog all day. A Happy Jiao is not one not crying all the time you know. They're sitting there entered Google. They're getting lane. You're looking cute Mary thing. And that's that that that to me. That was happy and I think it's not only just meet. Society puts that in our minds spell that happy baby and hear from adults. There is like Oh. They're such a happy baby and they probably just seeing that baby for like a good fifteen minutes and babies dot cry now for me. I was anxious about that. Because my if we would go by that definition my`son was not happy. In fact I said cried a lot a lot lot and in anybody who knows me personally who has heard my son cry before his cry is like a screen piercing scream and so that kind played Maya motions because here. I'm thinking that I have child. Is this you know again this baby. That's not crying like that. They're smiling all the time. And here's my child. Who is alive so that kind of got me interested in? Sometimes I would even go out of my way to you. Know kind of just sigit stop beguiling. While I was just stop crying it will be so anxious a realize like how can I make what is happiness if I am? Suppressing my son's emotions is that really happiness. Is it really happy that I'm like kind of forcing them to kind of like training him to not cry in that expresses emotions and to just sit there and hold them in and fake a smile? That really happiness. No it wasn't and literally at headed check myself and at one point I decided you know what? Why Matt Lamb give out okay? So why he's crying and I had.

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"She played. She played well. Thank you so much data like this out. I was so glad that we were able to have you today. Because you are super busy and we been up into your world. I think this conversation will definitely benefit so many black moms blackhawks who are thinking about starting a business or bipolar. Just like how it is going to be my legacy. Maybe just became a mom. And you're wondering where some things you do. I definitely think you you will benefit from this conversation. So let's all thank you Dana. You're welcome thank you so much for having me. There is no map to other hood. There is no guide. Motherhood there is no manual for when it comes to Black Motherhood. It is a whole different story. An literally you're just figuring things out day today but we can honor mothers. That came before us who kind of set the groundwork for us to walk on and on to create our own so I hope you guys enjoyed your mother's Day. Sure New tweet me. Your legacy is what your mom is at Elizabeth. Mead you can also go on my ground at Elissa underscored and check out my website elicited dot com slash raising cain where we will have more black holes for discussions about parenting and just be more boss. Moms. And if you're interested your mom you're who wants to be feature be sure to hit me up on instagram twitter for even to me email at Info at dot com the care guy..

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"With kids. I mean literally suicide. No Dad I. I tried to do meditation in your me. Go and we've probably been doing it. L. Maybe about So the other day. She cuts one thermometer gouging by no IDEA TO DO A. He's ever done you. Her and I was kind of waiting to think when he can go to Bamberg over. I don't have those those issues. So he went in there but he did bake. Today are real no out of shape by today. Yoga working get Pale ears which pig when you was one of the more but there but I mean he's very very good. I never a problem that is like oh I have to do apply to or I have to go from there have to host a workshop. I you know you to keep her. You know heat find okay. I'm glad like you know like you said you. You will straight like asking. Why Yup I need you to do this and I feel like a lot of MOMS struggle with big. 'cause I've I know when I first hacking I'm trying to do everything by myself. I was GonNa do it do it? Why am I not asking him like he helped made this kid? Like what am I what am I doing with? You gotta reach out to your resource. Even if you are single mom there are some people you have resources in. Why not use that? Can Thrive on me. I'm not close friends. They have kids. That are walk of fame as a matter of time. And it's like you know they might have issues with their head in a five day. You need a babysitter today. Whatever came be like they know that they have and for. I definitely think utilize your friends that you don't feel like family close mouth. Don't get soon as most people here. And especially if it's something like one of my friends need help picking her up from of you days of the week and she was like look out cash. You know not me. I don't WANNA I don't even want to necessarily take it from you because you. I'm calling because I want to do well. Old Is have been faith. You know what I would say because this way like much the kid picking millions tender only look you recovery about the day when they came home from school because they definitely got a new coach. Claims might even have to listen. What do you want your legacy to be seen? How like you may think of your mom how you can have your mom would is something you want me to think of you. And she's reflecting on you as a mother yes fine. I'm definitely driven nine ribbon to my own regiment other detriment. I don't like people. They are so focused on their goals that they forget about people around them and their feeling you know I want. I want them to the TV. You can work towards a goal is still have balance in your life because I think people were good. They see their gold and they don't find it And I want her to feel like no. My mom was wait a she getting. It is still giving need all the love and everything but I just want her to lie. My Love Bay air for you. It was a good yes. I definitely think she will for sure that that'll be. You're like you're already fulfilling it definitely and I wanted to. I'm so before we close out on. Gosh like just so many gems so many gyms I wanted to know like. Do you have any upcoming race? Sources that MOMS who are listening may WanNa take part in or maybe. There's something that you read. Tell us about that. Put THE PLUG. Amazing Amazing instagram teams in a caucus village of wombs woman is that a woman will envy hurry. Okay with knowing the woman In the founder is Laurie and she is F- to be absolutely amazing but she's also having conversations about bugger hood about by she holds Nita or mom and your children. I also starting from work in herbalism. So she'll cotton get bombed evening. Thanks for but I think for black mom That's the amazing amazing resource. I mean Laura Ingraham so many great things if you're breastfeeding number one number one. What by that. 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Anything that you go we need you can get from by were for eating I mean if you had an act of all the Are only who dollar. Yes it in you. Another adult in. How was thirty may let you do? Three children per active You just my car in museum. I I don't know that was a bit you all of Institutue Academy and I in fact Kerry l Mutter Museum pretty much old. The major made to argyle's major ears. You use a record. I think even some wide I think you could. If you're young like Franklin Square. You can get on a carousel for two. Which is us? Save up money out if you know you know. I think that Greek you want to the Franklin is to you. Have you know basically a hundred dollars at your family of four is have really yes? Twenty five dollars per person so right yes right where we really great saying that utilize to be able to do things with your kids Lock Museum carefree days and source. Please make sure you guys followed. Should I put them to you? A business page or but how about both both fine? I'm kind of in Personal pays us Lord of becoming a business page Like I kind of like a in the word thing. Don't either ages nine so that's either guys can follow twelve glow you know. Twelve twelve one. Two T H of glow and then Nina said who also find. Follow her personal Dangerous from parental. Why inky l. e? There you go there. You're out like twitter. Hear me go on night. Definitely makes you guys follow her. She gives like a lot of good resources. She's always or if you just want to laugh because data posted Upbeat going in and I think it's really like like chatting with the girlfriend online like Dina's very welcoming. She's also like should if she sees. You're looking for something that'd be like by. Rock and get this data pot right in like. Yeah you go here so definitely yes. I think because I have a recommended space. I go out my way I know I know I I love people. I think people were scared of data freshman year. They didn't know when they saw how goofy she was in. 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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"And do you feel like that might affect your outlook on how you were going to raise your child like the way you were raised. I've no I loved it open. I mean he has some terracing things that I didn't agree with I do agree with but if orange by like this past is creativity and do one thing there is going to benefit your future and giving drive. You know like my mother. The Civic People's I okay you know if you try something and I agree with that but then I don't you try something as a kid by are really be eight and I love the idea of all the way through but I think there's a mother you know your child but also windy where you're a day. No if their employees or not. I don't know whether there I definitely I feel like. I think we do take that. Like you need to finish things in that was like Kinda Hammer on Especially millennials and it's like at some point it's like this is not working. You GotTa let me. Just drop this and I feel like that's a big problem for a lot of people. Now who are in these positions that they don't like their jobs. They hate their relationship day because druthers mentality. We don't put anywhere you know. It doesn't suit me actions yet. But you're not gonNA make you. You know I feel like that's your parents really play into. Your mom did for me but no you started even though you know you might afford to player. Who wanted to all? I know you need to be adopted and I believe his need the city but let me what I want to open. It was funny I was somebody was having a live on the news talking about you know keeping making sure. Kids are a healthy and active and she was like a deer. Black mom yet. Black daughter does not have to be in dance Activity she can do other things in our describing. There are so many times I get kids. Come in not want to be there at all. They're like my mom but it's not something year page about realistically. I'm into waste money. I don't know everything upholds because what Meco with Valerie and when I tell you I'll put on misty copeland videos and she has been in my living room for three straight days wearing out the issue. It's still love it. I see look happy. Don't WanNa enjoys doing. It absolutely could hurt in back of he enjoyed the other kids. You because you notice right and took our cues. You weren't just like let me just this in your like seeing that. She really loves this. And you're like okay. I see you love it. I'M GONNA put you into it because now I see this is what you're into at least for because mother's Day is coming up at the time this airs it will mother's Day will have passed out. I feel like when we come around. Mother's Day we often reflect on our motherhood in also may be the way we were raised. And so I wanted to ask you you know. What was your relationship like with your mother. I know you touched on a little bit like your mom was. I started this. Finish it you know. Would you say that you and your mother were closed with you saying like we were kind of okay What was that like? I would say near my mom clue. Oh should I like? I was anything that I wanted to do. Creatively all wide endeavor Mama by the hundred. She's trying to help me figure out how to do it. Me and my sister you know like okay well we just third and for is by how. I'm looking like Jada. Pinkett willow is conversation about things. They baby uncomfortable. I would never have gone so that you know. That's how our relationship with were. It was like okay. You're up here. But there was no edge lifetime thing you know how they. I'm not one of your little friends. There was definitely a for the demarcation whereby back okay. Prn Portable your dream to an extent. Yeah but if or is like okay I'm ever you remember me and my mom. Every of the day I was never comfortable. I talk about okay. I liked the way him to call the house. Because my mom a crazy I wish more black MOMS would do that. I wish more MOMS would have conversations with their especially your daughters like I feel like conversations are had with sons about sex but there's not enough conversations have daughters and I think there needs to be that needs to happen definitely definitely I mean I like any intimate conversation. You know if I offer like married for thirty something years now and I was having around the house and I think a lot of parents. I don't know what's going on here. The idea is kids like we know that something's not right because when the nearby drama between India the able character speaker everybody. But you know I can do it. I just feel like I want to hear it down and be honest. You know why you don't have to tell me like you know what I thought his. Don't have to be left in the dark. Like you're you're protecting them to their detriment. Yeah I feel like there's like they try to make this like perfect but it's like we see we can see you ain't talking to buy you it again. Do by a lot of times. I felt like okay. We're doing I'm usually by nail with the adult by you know. We have Obama favors known to make your kids comfortable but I just felt like there wasn't a real lighting. Yeah Yeah love is crazy like you mentioned like you Najer adult urine adult. You kinda like process like this is what was happening. Do you feel like it was better that they didn't tell you all the details or did you feel like you want it. That would have helped. You feel more respected. I guess I WANNA say just to be pulled in to know because happening. I mean like my mom if I her in big only like only in nobody out naturally father and things like that okay great but I also like kinder gentler by you know mom head. No word no fell off your bike like okay. Let's put on your income. You know I feel like if I had a rather she would have been the type of mom to be like no. You don't have to cry your boy. We know that not true. You know just like he doesn't have she didn't have those type of by crying for you know my emotions that should have been able to let out especially especially at you know what I think. I've seen that come up on twitter a lot where people talk about like how talk about they call it. Post Post Slave Syndrome syndrome. And basically like you know how how parents some parents can be harsh on their kids and it as a way of protecting them in a sense might in holiday. Think that that may be a harsh new and telling you. Oh you don't need to cry crying boy. You know you're a big girl. You're a big boy. Stop crying or you shouldn't feel this way or just get up is like them protecting you into the railway honest is that really a form of protection babies like you said you want to get out exactly. So what imagine your relationship like no one like Phil? Anat had your relationship being with your child both of your kids at steps on the wall. I try to do a Lotta loving your and I hope to them. You know that he's about and he's a fortnight crazy. Only two games all day long so this is a couple of months ago before this. I mean I'm glad to hate the DIN. Knock now which he had the the Mike when I thought you on game off all of the apple wake up from the game. Okay so I I I had to look. This is there will no game before it is common in the morning and the summer. I think you should and like.

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"Another thing that I knew I did not want to pass on the perfectionism. The perfectionism of parenting Like really pressuring by child to feel like they have to be perfect and they have to be the prodigy gifted all the I feel like it is the most. Obviously y'all on social media all talk like posting like how how. Jj can can read age to in this nat- dog or flash cards and all that and it's cold like you definitely should learning is is very important with some people are literally obsessed with having a genius. Kid It is okay to have an average kid. It is okay. If your child is not proficient advance prodigy. Everybody is obsessed with having prodigy. I see all the time whenever I'm teaching. You know there's a mom who's you know. China force her kid to do a trick that she obviously can't do and you know they they want them to be the dance prodigy and I'm like they're just not in that. That is okay. This can be that they just simply enjoy doing and I see it. Even in a education settings where their parents like? Y'All know lie when I used to give out grades. There are parents who are upset that their kids did not get an advanced great that they weren't Advanced and I think it got so bad to the point where the school actually took it away. They took it out. And then you know what we cannot no longer label. A child has advanced because other parents were complaining about that and I literally just sat there remembering like thinking to myself. I hope I'd never become one those parents because it just simply is not the is not that D. to me I feel like my son will. I've learned my son will do what he wants to do. When he is ready he did not walk before age want. I think my son started walking probably a month after he turns one that's when he started walking. Hey did not talk into well after two and now he won't stop talking and I had to understand that you know what this kid is going to do when he wants to his own time. There is nothing I can do and I'm not going to push it. I'm not doing all that. It is just not that deep. I am more concerned about personally. I am more concerned about much is being a decent human being. There seems to that that seems to be lacking. I'm seeing a lot of people who think they're prodigies and they're lacking intelligence and common sense and compassion empathy all that. I do not want that. That's not what I want as a mother. So you know the whole perfection. Idea of you know you have to be perfect. You have to be kid. Oh you need to bring home all as that was something that was drilled into the it was drilled into growing up like you you only have as a beasley named it. That's what you get. There is no see a seat is failing anything below that. Don't come home Even a B. A. B. was questioned. Why did you get a b? How come you didn't get a okay? You got as and bs but what is these. What are these BS? Why did you get that in? I realized look guys like two weeks ago. I was doing an assignment for because I'm in Grad school to be a therapist and I was working on an assignment and literally started having an anxiety attack as I was doing it. Because I've been kind of have logan trouble in this class lured. Let me tell you. Psychopathology is is not want to play with. It is not is not one So I literally like out here especially Dora quarantine trying to do this online learning which I am not good at doing that and I'm literally like I was getting like bees in usually pop as like nothing so I'm like sitting here doing this assignment. I'm having anxiety attack. I call my mom. I can't stop crying Literally I'm going to do horrible in this class will be and she was like my mom had to stop and she literally and she was like. I am so sorry that you know you feel this way. But it's it's just not that serious. Are you going to be like that for Kane and she reminded in this crate? She reminded me and I was like. Oh Yeah I had to go back like this is what I want. I was like I want him to be like this and this is why didn't so. Why am I doing it to myself? Now if I don't want to do is to my son. Why am I doing it twice out in? I realized I have to remember that. This is why because at age thirty. I'm up here about to cry about a be at age thirty and I remember being young crying about bees. I remember that and I told myself I would never want my child to feel like that again. So that perfectionism and that you have to be perfect child you gotta be top class. That's just not my priority. If so happens to do that. That is amazing. Congratulations but I just realized for me. That was not my priority. So those are two things shifting gears to the positively I will say there is definitely some things. I am absolutely my mom so one of the first things that I knew that was going to pull out in. Make sure my son had experiences. Mom's very big on experiences. My mom made sure that traveling was a priority. You will be going somewhere. You will not be sitting here. Billy only seeing the city you have to get out and you have to experience things. That's how my mom was and it didn't even have to be fired and have to always be outside the country. Sometimes we would just do a simple day trip to Washington. Dc and. I will go to the zoo where I will go to. The you know the museums out there. I remember we went to Baltimore. We went to the Black Wax Museum. Chosen the anybody any black kid. Every black kids should be at the Black Wax Museum at one point in life. I'm lead right here. But I remember her taking Taking their in that except was experiencing I'd still remember it. It's in my brain and that was something I wanted to pass on to my child so for Christmas every year. We do not do gifts we instead go on a trip. My son loves like my son doesn't even he doesn't ask for gifts. He's just excited that we're going to go somewhere. He just like. Oh we're going on a plane. The plane the highlight of the trip. Just but are we going on the plane? And I'm like yes like we're going on a plane and that was enough for me. Ask for nothing. He's not intimate cereal. Things he literally just wants to experience things with us and that is definitely something I had taken from. My mom and I am so grateful that she has done for me because I feel like that has shaped who. I am as a person in Parsley who I am as a mother. Another thing that I am so grateful that my mom has passed on to me is advocating advocate navigating anybody know gape America not that she is not a plane not to be with okay before we will be talking about Karen Online talking about Karen. All please carry what's manager whatever no. Pogo biggby wants a manager okay. My Mom will like sit there. Write letters when someone a business did does not do the right thing. I remember my mom coming up to school whenever the school we try to you know. Get in trouble for small things. I really remember in high school. There was a teacher who I'd on me and my bomb came up there. Like just shut it down in. Lilley was just not she. She just wasn't about today and that's difficult because some parents with that. Something are scared assistance. But my mom was just. She wasn't a person. I was scared of the system and that has transferred to me. Because I'm always advocate for my child for those no. My job has a speech delay so he has a IEP. So I really like fighting every day. I had to fight with his services because he had A. He had instructed that I felt like was not giving their all. Kinda half half behind in have a little bit and so I had to go. I was emailing Abbas calling in the other parent had been dealing with that for years but she didn't know how to do it but yoga knew how to do because she's gaping big daughter in so she found the email she went up there in. Beverly she got she definitely got new news this therapists of the child and I think we're to take that with me when he goes into primary school when he just kindergarten. I'm going to still have that advocating. So I'm so grateful that my mom passed onto me and that is something I wanna pass norm. Definitely passing onto my son because he is not afraid to advocate for himself right now so those are just a couple of things that I am super happy. I am super happy guys as I reflect that this is what my legacy as a mother will be in what was given to me so. I love to hear you. Would you guys think I want you to tweet me at Elissa? Be and tell me where some things that you're gonNA take away from your mom or what is something. You're not going to take away talk to me about it like maybe there is an experience that you had that was just like nope. I'm not doing it. Everything is learning experience so I want to know so tweet me at soliciting me and let me know your thoughts but before we move onto our interview. I want to prop up a bomb among for Noor. Who has mother black mom for nor at that in a little bit about her business so stay to quarantine has kind of caused us to lose a little bit of ourselves? We've been in the house not getting dressed. We've just been sitting in sweats and guys. We don't deserve that. You don't deserve that mom. You deserve to be comfortable. You also desserts able to look at feel sexy and that is why I'm here to PROP UP DREAM. More sleepwear drink more sleep where is owned by a wonderful black mother? Chicago board and it is just a great ran. I've fought myself to things about myself. One little just a pair of like a onesie. A short wanted with long sleeves and it was so comfortable guys like I was able to sit in all day so cute as I was walking around with my slippers I even did a little savage in because it was just so much fun and I also bought one of her silky robes and I was full of so sexy like it was something. I needed to refresh in quarantine. So even if you're sitting at home you don't have to look like among you could get your makeup on bill nine and get your dream more sleepwear. She has all different sizes She has like for extra swells up to large is she also has different materials. She can have silky long sleeved. Onesies of monthly and Pant Ones Even. She also has short sleep onesie. Lots of different style. She has white paint everything guys. Follow Dream More sleep at instagram's at Dream D. R. E. M. M. O. R. E. Sleepwear and ladies treat felt the Chilton so dream. More sleepwear business that I am propping up like mother support so today we have Dana. Maddox and if you do not know Dana. She is the founder of Twelfth Glow. Which I like to Cau- as just a wellness one stop shop for all wellness. She makes candle. She has workshops that she hosts a retreats. She is also a dual lass. She's been helping out with the women giving birth which is some great for Black Motherhood especially since the state of the world's Day and She also did a lot of tyler. Play to things like that so I'm super excited Dana. How are you.

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"kane" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

13:44 min | 2 years ago

"kane" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"No one Jefferson to excellence. Join me as I worked. Figure this leadership thing out on purpose phase as conversation is with Kimberly Kane of CAIN communications group out of Milwaukee. She is a mom. She's an entrepreneur and she is a volunteer she is Many many many things to several people within our local community but one of the things that we focused in on for this conversation is her northstar when it comes to why she started the business. What helped form her into the person? She is from a early stages in her youth. And you're GonNa love some of those stories about injustice justice about imbalanced about sacrifice watching her dad Really take a stand on top of that be ready for when she starts to talk about employee the engagement. I love what she's doing with her folks at King. Communications Group to increase employee engagement employee. Buy In and really to hold all people accountable on the other side of that engagement. So be ready for that. You'RE GONNA love this here. It is my conversation with Kimberly Kane.

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