19 Burst results for "Kevin Leman"

"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"On my watch. Thank you. I mean that's how I feel about an any any discrimination at all any inequality it's like for you to think that you somehow they'll never come after you for something it's A. That's it's just wrong about him. He's funny and fun. Yeah it was very funny is me of a the round mound of Kevin Leman okay. That's where we used to call the mound of game of games now. We have often joked about who is the person that's going to eventually punch corey. Pallandt the guy who was fairly certain Charles. This might have been at one. We thought it was going to be Charles Barkley so we play. We weren't GonNa scare and we told them that one of his colleagues wanted to scare him that we weren't gonNA scare them. We showed them that. We had the wrong table to do the scare. Then we played a game of five second rule against Ellen with Kevin Leman hosting thank you where we built a table that cory could hide inside and scare him from and He scared him. Yup definitely scared him and you definitely want to go. Watch this for one. Reason for my enjoyment is Kevin who would that orchestrates ninety nine point. Nine percent of the terror on put through here knew that scare was coming a new win and knew exactly what you asked once and seeing Charles. Barkley scare get scared. Watch Kevin Leman pleasure. I had watching him get scared There's really no. We'll post more startled. Dandy I wasn't scared I was startled. What you're scared. I was startled but the startling of Kevin Leman great joy hated it. Anyway here it is. Charles three things you wouldn't want to see a grandma. Do sunbathe.

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"kevin leman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Twenty one year old girl died Joe Biden lashes out at her neck in a campaign rally and they chose to do a great job of winning friends and influencing people are telling him basically not to vote for him challenging and push ups column fatties has been a real peach out third me what a guy so talk about that in the New Hampshire primary coming up a corona virus will get the latest on that happening across the country and doctors say yes coronaviruses something or watching but please you should go get your flu shot that's gonna be harming more people than the corona virus here in the United States they hope and the doctor Kevin Leman he's our relationship expert being this is Valentine's day week you'll have stuff to tell us all about to keeping your relationships in intact and up to date so to speak is award winning author and a great guy to have on we'll have a on later on this broadcast but your phone calls as well four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred right now with headlines with traffic is AT green a federal judge has approved a T. mobiles twenty six and a half billion dollar takeover of sprint rejecting objections are from a group of states and removing a major obstacle to a shake up in the wireless industry your listening to live in local headlines talk radio five sixty KSFO after the deal closes at the number of major US wireless companies would shrink from four to three T. mobile says the deal will benefit customers because it becomes a fiercer competitor to the larger and providers like Verizon and AT and T. but a group of state attorneys general a state attorney generals tried to block the deal arguing that having one viewer found company would mean a higher cell phone bill four of the public and Santa Clara county health officials extended a local health emergency due to the corona virus outbreak officials stressed that this does not mean that there is an increased risk to the public declaration helps ensure that the county is prepared to respond effectively to a possible outbreak it also allows them to receive mutual aid resources from the state and other jurisdictions all righty and your roadways.

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"Getting renewed for season three days and grabbing Jila shame games. Congratulations. You so, you know, whenever we talk game of games, we always give extra. Congratulations to Kevin you do because the three Mary Ed and Andy are fortunate enough to be part of the executive producing team. But really the games and the mechanics of the games are all from the demented brain of Kevin Leman. So so the reason we give him a shout out is because we feel fortunate to be included. We do it all together, we do it together. And obviously, obviously, it's true. And and it wouldn't work without me involved. But I'd like to give Kevin do, but it is funny because on Twitter everyone's like who comes up with this. And I'm like, I wish you would meet Kevin Leman and understand how insane and heaven has. Here's here's three. Kevin has three or here's what the three of us deserve credit for. Yes. We knew early on that Kevin Leman had was going to know just has an imagination that is. You just don't see it every day. You just don't see it every day. And so when you do you you you time up for the rest of his life. And even when he thinks getting out you pull him back in. Well, we knew you know, we knew he had an imagination and we knew he needed friends. And we also knew that he'd be. But Kevin is a great example of that kid in school that, you know, you'll you'll make fun of and didn't fit in whatever. But we saw we saw something in him because nobody else wanted to hire him. No one wanted him. And we said, you know, what let's give this kid a chance we do need to dedicate a whole episode one day to Kevin lemans obsession. And when I say obsession, I'm actually under selling it with Disney and how he grew up obsessed with that because it's a whole. Here's the point the point is a brand new game games. Yes. That's what we were getting one of Ellen's favourite. Slowly, what else favorite contestants is on tonight? He is everything he says is laugh out. Loud hilarious. I'm excited for him. And one of our favorite games. Don't leave me hanging. Oh, yeah. Because they're under pressure. And they give insane answers because you have three contestants tethered to. They're all tied into ropes that will get yanked through the ceiling. If they give the wrong answers. There's a lot of pressure to answer fast and correct as such night. We just get some of the craziest answers, and here's the very first round of only hanging from chides episode and enjoy -joy Joey..

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"The bottom line is that it's hard to tell if your daughter is having a kindergarten melt down syndrome, or if she's really defiant, so you need to give it time and time will tell but I'll bet you by next summer or sooner you'll see your old daughter return. My next question is from Kristen Kristen said, I'm no I'm a little behind, but I heard your podcast on gender identity issues. I wanna say thank you for touching on such a sensitive subject. I have a daughter who's seventeen she told me about two years ago that she felt gender fluid within last year. She has now said she's trench gender up until seventh grade who was a normal girl. Not even a tomboy in seventh grade. She said, she was a lesbian, then she said, well, I'm not a lesbian. I'm bisexual in the ninth grade. She had a long term boyfriend at the end of the relationship. She said that she was transgender now at seventeen she's planning to start her reassignment when she's eighteen this is so scary to me even still sometimes she gets all dolled up in makeup how or what can I do to help her before she makes changes that could affect her the rest of her life. Well, Kristen you're in a very tough situation. But I encourage you don't freak out. Clearly, your daughter's really confused about who she is true transgender kids know that something is different with them when they're very young. The fact that your daughter keeps changing her mind tells you she's experimenting. Here's what I would do. I rather than make this agenda identity issue or a sexual orientation issue. I would approach her and say that you're concerned that she's struggling was some feelings that are deep, and it she needs to figure out what those are. Talked to her about your concerns about what's going on be Neath. The changes ask her questions and listen to her answers without lecturing her if she knows that you're empathetic, and you're not gonna lecture her she'll keep talking to you. She won't talk about what's going on now because she knows that you want to change your mind, which is true. And I don't blame you ask. If she's struggling with depression or self-doubt, ask her about a relationships with kids at school. You know, there are many kids who wanna transition because they think it's cool to get attention. And there really are kids who want to transition because it's a fad after you've established better communication, tell her that you support her. But before she transitioned, she needs to know a few things she needs to be one hundred percent sure that this is what she really wants. And that being a man is what she believes down. Deep is true point out. The fact that she keeps changing her mind, and that makes you concerned that she has. As an arrived at that point yet of knowing that she's certain she wants to be a man also tell her that once she transition, she gives up her ability to have children, she will become infertile tell her that the transition will not be reversible and ask her if she's ready to be a man when she's forty fifty and sixty teller in a matter of fact manner finally encourage her to wait until she's at least twenty three or twenty four to make a decision. This is a very reasonable request since the medications and surgery are permanent and at twenty three twenty four she'll have the capacity to make a better lifelong decision, so ask her to pause and give yourself time if she really wants to become a man that's not going to change over the next seven or eight years chances are excellent that this time will help her understand her true beliefs. Remember to communicate? It to her that your love for her will never change regardless of the decisions. She makes that gives her tremendous freedom not to feel defensive finally find some women friends who can support you and keep you from exploding with anxiety. This is really tough stuff. But as I said before never parent out of fear, but out of strength Kristin. You can do this parents, you know, I love answering your questions, so please keep sending them in to me..

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"I have a question from Justin who writes, thanks so much for the opportunity to ask your advice. I've read strong fathers strong daughters, and it was tremendously helpful. I'm struggling with something that I could really use your help on. What tips do you have for parents struggling with defiant behavior? Our five year old daughter has been displaying defiant behavior lately and is more frequently not doing what we ask of her. She's a very sweet and academically bright child, and this is not like her when we ask you to do something or to stop doing something. She starts ignoring us until either my wife, or I lose our cool. We're also concerned that this is effecting our two and a half year old child. Well, Justin, I want to tell you that many years ago. I coined something termed the kindergarten meltdown syndrome. What I've seen. Over the years is that during the fall of the kindergarten year. And I don't know if your daughter's in kindergarten, but she's around that age or the first time a child enters school fulltime their personality changes, they go from being lovely kids to monsters, and what happens is this. I they're exhausted. They don't get enough sleep or downtime. This is particularly true for kids have to go to sports, piano, etcetera after school and second after spending eight hours at school trying to concentrate and behave they come home and let down they lose control like a volcano erupting. Here's what I recommend. You do make sure that your daughter has some quiet time and some downtime during her day believe it or not some kindergarteners even need a nap. Don't let her do any outside activities after school until you see her mood change also make her go to bed earlier. You can't believe how. Much nicer kids are when they get enough sleep..

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"I hope it. It's your best bestseller, even though I'm a real fan of birth order book. But I really appreciate you coming on and encouraging parents today how to help our kids get through a very tough. Let's do it again sometime. I would love to hear. Now are my points to ponder, I pay close attention to your kids. You know, many times our kids are hurting. And we don't notice we think they're just being ornery or defiant. But remember when kids are hurting our depressed. They're paying comes out sideways. In other words, kids grieve differently than adults do will cry. We'll close our selves off or retreat from friends and loved ones, or we may go the other direction and reach out to friends kids, especially boys, don't do this. They act out. They may suddenly begin to yell their grades may drop or they won't get along with their friends kids, grieving divorce will act out against the parent whom they feel hurt them the most. But this will change as time goes by. So the next time your child, suddenly changes. I'm being a happy kid to a defiant one make sure that you figure out what's bothering them. Second reach out. Once you see that your child is hurting move closer to him many times, we see our child is hurting. We don't know what to do. They're acting out. And we think oh, they don't want us anymore and we pull back. That's the very worst thing. You can do move in closer to your child is doesn't mean that you should badger him about what's wrong because most kids don't know what's wrong. And even if they do they can't articulate it. So spend more time with your child. Stay calm and kind and ask a few simple questions. Like, you know, I've noticed you're not quite yourself. Lately. What do you think could be going on and listen without interrupting or teaching do this repeatedly and overtime? I promise your child will open up, and then.

"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"For most of the lousy decisions you'll make apparent I guarantee you we have a lot of families where you've got both mom and dad working sometimes both are working fulltime. Is it possible for them? And I know it's a really really touchy subject, but is it possible? A when they're spending just evenings and weekends with their kids to have close relationships. And if so how because if you're talking about the family being the inoculation against, you know, peer pressure and other things how do you do that? You know, if you're single mom, or if you're a married mom, and you know, everybody's working outside the house. What advice do you have for those parents number one? I would limit activities for kids. I wrote a book called as your kid. Nada gerbil didn't sell it's like spending away. Nobody wants to tell. Everybody wants your kitchen activities. It gets back to what you said earlier about the competitiveness of of parents today. And it's crazy what we do in the name of loving, our kids marshland kids who are good soccer players are good softball, players encompassing. The entire weekend was Ford's is crazy. It makes no sense whatsoever. But again, you go on good Morning America. And give six minutes of that. They look out like look at you. Like, you got a screw those because everybody knows activities are good for children. I think activities are destructive for job or I think one activity per kid is plenty in. So parents you have the purse-strings in the family for those of you who are both working. You have to be very judicious about how you spend your time and family time is tough. It's tough to cut out for the single parent. I have such empathy for those people. I don't know how they do it. I really don't tougher them. Tough. But it gets back to the degree of the relationship the authenticity in the honesty and the relationship you have with each of those kids doesn't both parents working help. No it hinders. But given the state of our society today at something you have to deal with the deal with his best to him. And I I hold heartily agree with you on. I think that one of the things that's woefully underestimated in importance is the time with our kids, and that whenever we sign them up for something where sacrificing our time with them, and you know, the sad truth that well, not I don't know if it's sad truth, but ninety nine percent of the kids graduate from high school and either they get jobs, they go onto college. And they do none of this stuff. They don't figure skate, and they don't play soccer, and they don't do. So they give it up, but what they have given up. But parents have turned over. Is tremendous amount of time with their kids and their kids lose out. And I think it's parents we need we need to understand that you talk about in your book that there are times when parents should step in and help our kids, and there are times that we hope back and not help our kids. How do you help distinguish those? To judge from call. Make it really is because Kidul work. Yeah. I can quote myself. We've seen the enemy. They are small and they're unionized. And they have a game plan. They can work you. They can punch your buttons up in part of it is just knowing who you are as apparent when to step in and help do we want to help our kids when they're hurting. Yeah. But sometimes you help them best by just listening to them and walk them through the steps choosing your words carefully. And that's why I think I think people this is a book that people will read in go back, and they'll pull it off the shelf say I gotta get that straight. Again. What do I do again because it's tough. It's a tough judgment call in every kid's different in every situation is different..

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"So again, when I say, this was a tough book to do it's tough book to do because as a parent you have to sort of reframe, your responses to your children when they come to you in a hurry because if you follow your initial parental gut level, you'll say do the wrong thing. That's a great point. Let's get specific, you know, one of the things that I've seen with regard to girls in particular in social media, and we are having studies now showing that girls who use social media heavily are at much higher risk for depression. But let's say you're thirteen year old comes to you and says dad, I'm really upset because a lot of my quote, unquote, friends on social media are saying bad things about may end at risk. Really hurts. What should I do? What would you tell that thirteen year old daughter? I can be specific my thirteen year old daughter recently told me that she had X number likes on our Facebook. And she said isn't that good grandma? And I said, no, it's not good. Let me tell you. Why it's not good. Do you really want to be like everybody else in life at line? No done. You know, everybody's not always gonna like you. The idea isn't to get a bunch of likes. The idea is to figure out who you are thirteen what kind of person you want to be. There are people out there in lights in in your example, who will say mean nasty things to you. You have to understand in cyberspace. Once you hit that button. It's out there that little innocent thirteen year old girl parent is very capable of taking pictures of her private parts and sending it to this fifteen year old who has shown in an ordinate amount of attention to your thirteen year old daughter or granddaughter, why could something like that happen. You brought up this kid to do the right thing. You've taken them to church or synagogue, and you train them up with moral alka that happen. It happens because the power of the peer group in the need for kid to fit in. There's all kinds of studies where even weren't kids see in black and white. That at one figure is longer than the other. When the other people who were in cahoots with the experimental put their hand up near say, the second line is the longest line, even though it's not in three quarters of the cases that kit will put his hands skyward and say, yes, just to belong to that group. So you cannot downplay parent how important that new Goliath is in the new Goliath in the year twenty eighteen twenty nineteen is guess what the cell phone, and you're not going to beat the cell in. You're not going to be social media. So you have to be on top of what's going on your kids in the social media. But you have to talk me your heart and after talk to your kids about sex mix. I hope you're enjoying my conversation with Dr Kevin Leman, we need to take a quick break. But don't go anywhere will be right back.

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"That's a great suggestion. And they can do it online better than you can pair. What a wonderful way to eleven year old how much it costs to run a family today. Right. My encouragement appearances. Hey, you can do it. Just like your sweet mom and dad data the things that I say with parents. And I think this is what puts a lot of heat on their kids as that. Parents are extremely competitive with one another and in from what I've seen is this, you know, parents feel they need to have their child be the best soccer player. So that he's better than their friends. He needs they need to help him create a portfolio from the time is seven or eight. So he can get into the best high school get into the best college. And I think that sometimes kids feel overwhelmed with performing well enough for their parents. And even though parents will say, oh, yeah. Haters plays soccer for fun. The reality is he really doesn't. He he really feels that in order to please his parents he needs to hyper perform have you had a similar experience or something different redo. We're gonna. Food group a kid out of school truly short of eighth grade, graduations, we can play basketball again, it's Nayef greater and help them. Get the NBA. I mean, how stupid stupid I mean? It's amazing. The lengths the parents will go there highly competitive one of the things if people have followed Leeman books, I always underscore. If you want to be helpful to your kids, your family to your husband, your wife realized how I'm perfect you are and don't be afraid to share your, imperfection. Think of people. You're drawn to adults. Are you drawn to people who have all lives answered near back in their back pocket. Do you like down to earth people who taught like it is? Right. So I I air on the side of trying to make the complex simple. But I think life is a lot simpler Magda were making it out to be a man, I wholeheartedly agree with you in your book. You write about the top ten principles for handling life hurts. Well, can you talk about what some of those principles are very simple things. I don't have fun of me. That trio could've got on kissed my book within within reach. But they're simple things. Like, you know, teaching responsibility listening to children establishing that life isn't always fair. And there are situations in life people in life. That will hurt you. There's you know is just sort of a a bare bone approach. That is parents we give kids what I call vitamin E, which is encouragement, and we're brave enough to tell them. No, that's fight Amon. An and we have a balanced approach to rearing kids. And I think when you do that you end up, quite frankly with a pretty well, balanced kin who can face the the evidence Aries in life in the peer group. And I think what makes my books. Order unique is if you think parents are minute about what you would say to your kid when your kid is really hurting think of the words, you would say, oh Honey is going to be okay. Owning don't worry about it. Honey, sure, you're not imagining that Honey don't worry. I'll take care of that for you all those things are destructive with your kid. And so teaching parent first of all to listen to your kit when they're heard it because when you give him one of those old Honey don't worry about it. The kids thinking, wait a minute. I'm sharing my deepest feelings with these people who say they love me more than anything in this earth. And they just blew me off. And they're not the ones being called pizza face at school..

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Child through the tough days, Dr Leeman, thanks so much for coming on my podcast pleasure to be here. I know who you are you've done great things. I think you did a thing of book with my friend, Bill Bennett's. Why my thinking everything? Yes. I have a lane Bennett. Yeah. She's a she's a great friend. She's a she's a great lady. Moore wonderful people wonderful area hard, working wonderful people. Well, this book is a toughie as a pediatrician. I have seen a rise in anxiety and depression in kids, and as a speaker and psychologist you've seen a rise. And this is really a bothering a lot of parents and worrying worrying them. Why do you think the anxiety and depression in taints and young kids has been on the rise in the past ten years? You don't put helmets on kids birthday the truth. Yeah. We've been so overprotective with kids. Wave main kids feel like the absolute center of the universe. I'm not that smart. But I know that's not good for kids. And we have created a group of children who are soft. They haven't dealt with the realities of life. They haven't been given responsibility in the home with column and on. I think when reality sets in in kids don't have the skill sets to deal with the peer group, the viciousness of the peer group life itself disappointments, they choose to be anxious. They go under. We medicate them, and I'm not a physician you are. But I'm not a big medication guy. Think we medicate kids way way way way too much. What are the things I'm concerned about his icy, depression, and anxiety and younger and younger kids? I mean I've seen seven-year-olds with anxiety. And I think the response of many parents is they see things I ain't depression, and they kind of freak out, and they bring their kids to a psychologist to counselor pediatrician and they say fix it fix it. When in reality there's a lot that parents can do to help their kids with anxiety. So rather than to look to somebody else and go please help this is horrible to turn to the child and say, well, let's figure it out. You know, let's figure it out. We can do this here. And I know that many parents seem afraid I know even my one of my young daughters is married said mom, I just don't know if I should have kids the world is such a hard hard place. I said. You know what? Honey, I thought the exact same thing, you know, thirty five years ago, when I started raising kids, why do you think parents are so afraid of not just their children, but of the culture out there what's going to come out their kids? They reasonably afraid. It's a scary culture. We have five kids. We had our original three. Now, we had the surprise at age forty two. I know we have the shocker at forty eight. That's a whole nother. Shocker, by the way, ladies when you have a baby at forty eight. There is absolutely no reason to push its had what daughter. Nightdress? But it is scary. And I agree. I see seven year old children who are anxious and I'm thinking why should a seven year old kid suffered from any kind of anxiety. It seems to me that ought to be the LA La Land of life and ought to be play fun. And I have created some schools some charter schools called Leeman academy of excellent. The one thing I insist on it. Our schools is the we have fun in school, and we also put a thority in classroom, teachers hands. What does that say, it means that kids actually thrive with authority not authoritarian is there's a difference? But so kids appreciate guidelines parents today. I mean, I just got a note from young parent today. Just once again, saying thank you for helping us clueless. Parents because so many of them are afraid to stand up. And being the parent. They need to be in kids wanna please parents. That's late. Breaking news. A lot of parent realize it let the kids please you let them give back to the family. Let them work your loving year old pays the bills near family..

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Ellen on the Go

04:20 min | 2 years ago

Julia Roberts would rather people focus on unshaven legs than her age

"So Julia Roberts did not shave her legs. My gosh. That was so funny for the show when she appeared. It was kind of funny can watch six hours of Ellena. Julia. Yes. Yes. Without a doubt from the start when Julia walks out in her like red holiday. Cheerful outfit and wearing lake. She looked like grew. Race is a very beautiful grace loot. The Russians crew. Despicable me. And then Julia talked about wearing bright colors. Don't normally. But she does enjoy. Plaid you can tell she watches the show. She's totally right. And Ellen has no memory of that before. But very quickly upon Julia walking out somehow, Ellen was rubbing Julius Baer legs to see if she had shaved they were talking about the monologue about how how in every article that refers to your age and Julia said I would rather say Julia Roberts who hasn't shaved her legs in two weeks, and then Ellen filter leg and said, it's not two weeks. Definitely some stubble. It was so funny. It was just an amazing interview. Just like they have a terrific chemistry. Yeah. They really are fun. So we're gonna play clip of Julia Roberts for you now. And then you should watch the entire interview. Because I know it is still on your DVR. Listen, do you get the fifty one? I do do you get that really magazines all the time. You know, what I don't like is when they like frontload your age for you like I told a story in a magazine not that long ago. And I said, you know, and for my my birthday, I said something about being fifty and they changed it to fifty one because three weeks after the magazine came out. I was going to be fifty one right? And I felt well hold on a minute. Yeah. Not fair that is not truth in advertising. It's not wait, wait until I tell you know, your sixty hell the hell. I mean, I would rather they say, you know. Julia Roberts to hasn't shaved her legs in a week. At least that gives you some sort of interesting information if not true, did you shave today? Not today. Maybe yesterday. Five o'clock show. Very sexy. Have them. We can't have five shadows. Who says we can't? Well, you do. Yeah. Yeah. But it's a door will because you're adorable and fifty why because you're fifty one seriously. Why don't you text me back though? Okay. This is not I will not bear the burden of the responsibility of the lack of texting the last person. Who texted was me? I thank you for those beautiful flowers. You've sent a took a picture of them. I sent them to you nothing in this was years ago. Now, it's interesting we've been doing this a long time. But like when Julia Roberts is in the building it's a different feeling than than sometimes when their other people in the building like, you just there's there's a little bit about the to the stage win someone like Julia Roberts is in your big old movie stars and she time movie star. Yeah. And I love her show by the way homecoming and she's doing TV now. Yeah. Homecoming ten episodes on Amazon, I think so good. I loved it doesn't like bog yourself down taking ourselves. So seriously, not at all days losing every single game. I. Yeah. Like loved it. The other thing I love we did. Yeah. We helped her get more Instagram followers. She joined Instagram over the summer. Right. She has three million followers. Ellen has sixty million. A fact that Ellen needed to remind Julia of no less than so you have three million sixty million. So she helped her up her Instagram game. Right. So our friend Matt right produces segment and with the help of Kevin Leman came up with things to do to. Photograph in severe her Instagram Instagram picks with Julia, and it did not disappoint we posted album on Instagram on our at the Ellen show.

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"Andy officially joins the LA Rams cheerleading squad, Arianna 'Grande premieres for the first time on television. Her new song. Thank you next. Eddie read main talks about the exhaustion of being a new dad and Leah Remmy. Takes her mother to Chippendales welcome to Ellen on the go. I'm Mary Connolly. I'm Kevin Leman. I'm Ed glavin. And this is exciting. This is great. And he's not here. And he's not in the only outside the door. Start without he's just outside the door trying to order a Neiman, Marcus card or is wife, first wife, and so he's he's working on that. He he was like you can start the podcast, and I can make an entrance or we can just you can wait. And so we've decided that we're going to start the podcast, and then we also might not announce his entrance. But you'll know any gets here. It seems like while he's out of the room. We should really get some of this out of the way. Oh now. Now joined by average, Andy. Awesome. Andy. Thank you. Start doing is making an entrance to my podcast. I'll let you guys a little small talk. And then not you're not. But he's average in every way, not your own podcast. What are we? What we have on the show today when When you. you lend print song. So that we could do a little what's that kind of pitch. Improv improv. We're going to prom prov. Yes. Brought in that. Yeah. And you said twenty you guys want you can use this one this winter this one, and we had our choice chose we wear briefs by Lululemon extra Smalls the Louis yet..

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"You should put that on your real. You should totally try it. One more time is looking at me right now casting asks to see how I do if you if you were to do. The smartest way to hire. A movie trailer. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. You also look cooler when you talk picture. Yeah. I wish this was a visual podcast because people would be like, wow. Can you do know handsomer on podcast than I am on? We've had a couple hilarious guys on this past week. Yes, we do Sean Hayes and David Spade show. Sean Hayes, basically, Kevin Leman same favorite person love with him. I I adore shown really really fun. And he puts it in her place gun, you laugh the way he just takes Ellen on in such a funny loving way. But it's funny. Yeah. And Ellen the person who loves it the most is Ellen. Yup. Which is really fun all the writers love writing for him. So they pitch to do a monologue together with the Sean and Ellen. And it was like she said he said and the here it is. All right. So here's here's what I like to say today, you know, every every day I come out here, and I deliver a monologue. And I know it it. It looks easy. I make it look easy because I'm that good. But it's hard work monologue ING, everyday, I'm monologue, my ass off and it occurred to me that I can have someone helped me do them on law that that way it takes a little bit of pressure off of me. And if it's not funny, I say. Their fault. So that's what I'm gonna do today. So you know, him from his old show will and grace his new show will and grace. Please welcome, Sean Hayes..

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"Hi, it's Ellen Degeneres. Welcome to my podcast. We're gonna listen to some of the best moments from the show, and it's going to be hosted by four executive producers that I love happy listening on today's episode of Ellen on the go Ellie Kemper. Thanks Ellen for helping her breastfeed. Chelsea handler opens up about dating men with braces. Kathryn Hahn celebrates Halloween early with a frightening surprise from Ellen and cure nightly discusses her three year olds. Career goals. I'm Andy last ner host of l. and on the go. I'm co host Kevin Leman, and today's guests Mary, and or here. I'm Mary Connolly. I'm today's guests at glove. Well, it's been a fun week here at the show as it are poor little darling through her back out. I know Ellen back thing. Yeah. He has a very, it's, it's been a recurring thing with her. That back. It's been a long time. No, see, yes, years and years. She said she really through a back, she tripped on a step on the set. Yeah, fell and hurt her back. Yeah. And then over the weekend, tried to turn on a hose and heard it again and the most upsetting part of all of it for me was that we didn't have a camera when she fell. I know because then when she talked about it, we could have all had a little laugh with that doesn't stop Kevin from still showing clip of her hurting herself. Yes, he didn't because he then showed a clip, what was that a clip from? I don't even know what that was from, but it was, you know, she. Right? She fell about one step about a foot, right? She was well. She went standing step. Step aside up, she fell onto her knees and she admits it wasn't a far fall. So Kevin showing a clip of it shows a woman falling down to. Shares and maybe not surviving the fallen, but it was really funny. It was very funny. Luckily, I haven't had to talk about this in a while, but unluckily I have to talk about it today. I threw my back out this weekend. So that's why I'm walking like a cowboy. Like she walks different in person. I started out last week during the commercial break. Sometimes I go back down over there up those steps down. See and so and it doesn't matter why was going back there. It's not important. It was a shot of tequila, and so going back and I fell on the top step. And when I was falling, you know how you start to straighten yourself when you're panicked you're falling. And it was just a shortfall to it's just like, literally on my knees, it was embarrassing, but enough that my back kind of tensed up so and obviously they were cameras everywhere. So I think we have the footage of of when I fell..

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"kevin leman" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"A great proponent of mops organization they're just wonderful people and i just like to reassure those mommies that you know yeah you don't have a bunch of people in the grandstand clapping an rising up and calling you're blessed but the work and the time you put with these kids pays off let's get another question hi dr liam in my name is carmen and i'm a first time mom to a ten month old so i'm sitting here panicking a little bit wondering how i foster the strengths in the powerful child and get a leg up on the not so positive things before she's eighteen months all really kicks in well crying isn't fatal dirt doesn't kill you know with your first born your out in a park and you got a little toddler let's say two two and a half reaches down picks up a foreign substance put in the kid's mouth if you're young mom you freak out oh honey call nine one one oh take him to the hospital call a doctor oh she's going to die six years later same park three year old your third son picks up a filthy cigarette but complete with filter and swallows if a player is and your husband looks at you and says good roughage good rapid so you too you too will come to understand that as you take things in stride your child takes their cues from you and that brings this conversation with dr kevin leman to a close and he does not hold much back does he definitely tells it like it is and frankly i appreciate it it's important for us as parents to remember that we can train up a child or trained down a child is.

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Dr Kevin Leman, Amazon and Thirty Year discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

01:28 min | 3 years ago

Dr Kevin Leman, Amazon and Thirty Year discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

"Amazon prime members are getting discounts now at whole foods and the discounts were significant really i mean major league discounts interesting okay so now here's one for you we're just talking about drugs more hello parts parts not as bad as alcohol more drivers killed under the influence of drugs than alcohol the latest new news world report more drivers killed under the influence of drugs than alcohol i mean alcohol's bad enough on the road now you got the drugs scary out there folks i'm just telling you start driving around in a take oh the the the main baby the man baby millennial oh yeah i forgot about this guy he started to move out where into like uncle thirty year old this is the kid that went to court because his parents tried to a victim this thing winds up in court and he's trying to plead with the judge now my parents need to give me more time than this it's not really fair but then we had we had the the world's greatest marriage and family expert come on the line with us and that was dr kevin leman lemas look at it the whole story here.

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"kevin leman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"With brian suss within katie green starts now it's going to be quite a state here in california so well have romania the highest tax state uh the most innovative most innovative state the highest tax fate highest caused living straight uh both perverted spain i mean this is the home to hollywood get that going on most beautiful state obeyed where else could where else do you find the redwoods meeting the see okay and then just drive a couple of miles inland and you're in the high sierra a couple of hours inland the got that oh and will have all these high driver i'm drunk drivers scare me enough fortunately we did a great job of of cracking down somewhat on that but now you can have all these high drivers and on top of that you got all the texting drivers i'm to buy a tank may need to get one of those humvees i made a real humvee stay off the ground get get a helicopter fly around head okay so we're glad you're with us here on ksfo with we'll talk a little bit about hillary i'm still i'm not convinced she's out of the woods i think this is moving to the right direction this is seriously moving at the right direction here so we'll talk about that coming up a little later he's one of our favorite guests we love hearing from doctor kevin leman he is the world's foremost expert on raising kids and he's also hilarious guy he has so many books out and he's hilarious what can i say so a stick around for that and it 603 we've got katie green for you right now all california's ordering utility.

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"kevin leman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"kevin leman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And sexual problem particular lung among women fifty and older but there are a few treatment options available okay here's the treatment ladies dr your guy okay go out there and by kevin lemans book about marriage he has oh he has a book about sex kevin lemans our residents marriage and family counselor and he's got this classic line that that has been the the key to my wife and i for years okay the key to our success so to speak sex begins in the kitchen that's his lines sex begins in the kitchen so now paper thing hidden frisky of the kitchen was no it the deal as he says sex begins in the kitchen when the guys in the kitchen and decides a and i think i'll do the dishes yeah guy i'll load the dishwasher all un low the dishwasher all a all make my wife breakfast today so he says that's the kind of stuff that is foreplay for women like over fifty especially so guys okay can i do your part uh the book is rapidly apart his sober up uh the book is having sex life by friday because your marriage can't wait until monday you are awesome she pounded force kevin we miss work support our troops we hear it practically every day we read in the papers yard signs on bumperstickers it's something we all agree whenever and wherever the men and women of our armed forces are com we send our.

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