17 Burst results for "Lane Smith"

"lane smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"lane smith" Discussed on WTOP

"Map approved by Ron DeSantis is unconstitutional because it breaks up a district where black voters can choose their representative Judge Lane Smith said he would issue a formal order Thursday or Friday to keep the maps from taking effect in November's election He made it clear he would rule in favor of voting rights groups challenging the maps Up ahead in money news The NASDAQ lost another 3% today 10% of household debt is now this I'm Jeff label WTO news time 5 48 Time for traffic and weather Dave dildine what you got This crash there's been a crash actually south of Waldorf toward the Plato on three O one at Mitchell Rowe no details on it though Southbound traffic is still backed up It's about all we can tell you No major crashes reported on the capitol beltway in Maryland or Virginia but a very serious crash keeps I 70 closed to eastbound traffic between route 29 and the Baltimore beltway The final few dozen drivers who have been stuck for more than two and a half hours between the diversion at exit 87 in the crash scene are being turned around and sent westbound on I 70 westbound delays because in order to accommodate that at the emergency crossover they're blocking two left lanes westbound all eastbound lanes remain close They're significant significant delays in this portion of Howard county and western Baltimore county along route 29 and other smaller roads that snake around across the patapsco river closer to home in Virginia 66 normal rush hour conditions Three 95 occasional traffic holds for police week and escorts especially through Arlington right now traffic is just slow but it's steady Down in woodbridge a crash reported near the one 23 Annapolis way intersection but it's mostly affecting affecting traffic what little traffic there is on Annapolis way one 23 only affected to a marginal extent route one southbound before woodbridge and after August and cove wrote a crash has recently been reported there Gas prices are high so ride Amtrak and travel without breaking or budget book in advance and save up to 50% at Amtrak dot com restrictions and exclusions apply Dave dillin WTO traffic Well let's go to storm team four Ryan Miller Ryan more clouds here this afternoon Is there rain in our near future Well we have some rain out there right now actually Sean And it's.

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"lane smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"lane smith" Discussed on WTOP

"In Donbass has been relentless flattening small towns in the march toward the strategic cities of cremators and slovenes where we found heavily fortified cities protected by well armed troops endless bunkers concrete blocks and anti tank defenses ringing the outskirts CBS correspondent Charlie dagda Three 34 a New York judge says he's close to releasing former president Trump from a contempt finding but only if the former president meets certain conditions Judge said he will conditionally lift Trump's contempt finding if by May 20th he submits additional affidavits detailing efforts to search for records He also has to explain his and his company's document retention policies The company searching for the documents must complete its work and former president must pay the $110,000 He's racked up in contempt of court fines The New York attorney general has asked the judge to hold Trump in contempt for failing to produce any documents she subpoenaed by a march 31st deadline Meantime a state judge in Florida says he will block governor Ron DeSantis redistricting plan In a ruling today the circuit court judge said the congressional map approved by the Republican governor is unconstitutional because it breaks up a district where black voters can choose their representatives Judge Lane Smith said he would issue a formal order tomorrow or Friday to keep the maps from taking effect in the November elections He made it clear he would rule in favor of voting rights groups challenging those maps After traffic and weather A man gets a chance to thank his rescuers I'm here today because of you guys I'm John Aaron It's three 36 At CDW we get how to achieve calm amidst the chaos of a hybrid workforce Before I check our security updates I unwind in my desk massage chair So I hear But with Google Chrome OS orchestrated by CDW you get built in security with no reported ransomware.

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"What are your healthy boundaries your unhealthy boundaries. And we're able to with this massive life experience that we have right able to really walk them through what that looks like and help them through that for me. I've been reading a lot of books this last year a lot. I'm not really a reader. Like you are jason. But i do you know i've read You know the four agreements You know i've read embracing the wilderness bernard brown stuff and some of these other types of of i guess kind of a mixture of all kinds of things and and so i think especially when when eric and i are working with the family with the intervention intervening in the family system boundaries is the is the thing i see. Mostly that's people are what else still from From dave chapelle there. Most of us are habitual lines steppers. When it comes to that right right well you bring up such an important point that i can relate as a recovering people pleaser myself. It's freaking exhausting. And for the listener out there. If you want to hear a great conversation where again i selfishly turn it into a somewhat of a personal therapy session is with adam lane smith who is a retired therapist and one of the things that he brought to my attention. Was you guys like us carey when we're at a party. If the conversation starts to kind of go to law we think we're the ones in the group that have to keep it going it. We're the ones that are supposed to be. It's hey everybody n. if we don't you know i mean. How many times did you hear this. If you actually show up to a dinner party or something and you're just hire jury exhausted because you have a life to everybody else but you're so you're quiet. You're not speaking we'll carry. What's wrong with you what's wrong what's wrong it's because you you you're habitually on and then that one time you're not you know when you're not the crowd-pleaser it's exhausting and then we also this is one of the things adam lane. Smith helped me understand. He said you enter every conversation ever relationship.

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"To read at least one book a week for fifty two books for this year. I want to increase my my My library behind. I've got all these shelves behind me that i'm filling up so tell me some of your favorite reads what you've got going now. And and how do you choose what to remove. So i've written twenty five twenty six right now. I've got another four or five in the work. A lot of those Maybe half of those for me and then about half of them are ghost writing books. I do for other people. I wanna go on. I don't really advertise that much. But i've written twenty five or twenty six bucks so a lot of times. I choose what. I'm going to read based on what i have to write a billion for me. Whatever i'm inputting is a lot of times what i'm gonna win out put so if i'm writing a science fiction story i'm probably not going to read a lot of fantasy because i'm gonna try to slip. Allow those elements and because the goal of it's fun and i'm inspired he As what i'm reading it's been all over the place really all over the place. Self help books. I'm reading a really good sales book sales for noobs. That's been really enlightening as far as fixing your sales business okay. I'm going to write this down zoning. Sales for noobs. John sterling think is it offers name. That's been really enlightening. Because i gotta i gotta work on my sales pitches and stuff like that. I'm sales pitches. That was with a by the way. I'm reading a really great. Save the cat. It's it's it's it's billed as the other last screenwriting book you'll ever need to read and your entire life. It's just phenomenal. Teaches you how to write a movie. Basically a hollywood movie from formula but you can extrapolate that use that to write fiction that your audience is going to understand and we'll resonate for your audience so really very wonderful. And then i'm just reading a bunch of trashy pulp fiction. That's just kind of again. He just need to just step away from life for forty. Five minutes to pick up a trashy pulp novel and you have a good time and then you tell everybody that. Read this cool gun. Fight scene or whatever. Yeah but don't you find that. Reading is push ups for your brain. I mean it's just. It is such a gift for such a cheap an inexpensive. The roi on reading a book man. And i didn't appreciate that until later in life but now holy crap. I think seth godin says the greatest technology ever because you can literally take someone's life's work for less than twenty bucks and consume it and not have to do all the crap they did to be worthy of the book or ability to pass information is is what makes us so successful. So if you're not zooming good information from good sources checked but if you're not consuming good information from good sources. You're not going to be learning those lessons. You're gonna learn everything from scratch on your own. Imagine if the human race didn't pass our information imagine if you had to reinvent fire and the wheel and cooking every recipe all on your own all round. We wouldn't we would. Yeah yeah and that's the thing to just whenever you think like just whenever. I think i know enough. You know i think i not know everything i'll never but just when i think i'll i know enough and i go. What more can i possibly learn. I'll pick up a book by you know some new authors. Just come out like. I just finished this book. By steve levinsky time rich. Now there's a lot of the lot of themes that were in James clears book..

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"Four or five. Six sessions were done and we're done got a thing maybe some optional coaching after that I'm looking at maybe turning that into just program people can even just by off of gum road or something and and just a couple hundred bucks. Your here's your intense training program and we'll get you everything you need of hours and hours and hours of video and education and troubleshooting on the side with faq's i'm thinking about that Again four kids to go to find the time But i will. I'll get there the best thing people can do is read my books laying your fear. It's all about attachments. It is all about attachments. it's for individuals specifically but obviously for fixing all of your relationships. I do have a marriage book. That's about attachments. I think the first half of the book is just about the same slaying your fear but then they split from there of how are we going to fix it. The couple's book shows how couple can fix their tach ministers together slaying. Your fears shows how individuals can fix their attachments in all their relationships goes a little bit more in depth. I'm thinking even coming out with a third book that just goes way beyond and just doubles the information. All those books But slaying your fears problem. My number one number one resource right. Now it's only it's four bucks on amazon. I think it might be five or six bucks for the audible version. Lot of couples. Listen to it together Is there something twelve chapters or to our see. Listen to it for fifteen minutes together on a couch and then you kind of discuss what you just heard how you might. It might or might not apply in your marriage. Couples have success doing that because a lot of women a lot of wives right in and say how can i make my husband read your book. I say. just the audiobook version. Just listen to it together. The song couch for ten minutes he can commit to probably ten minutes and listen to a chapter and then just talk about what you guys thinking that chapter and most men who read the book it really hits them it really had someone and they're willing to hear it Most men short book one hundred pages bart from that. My website. Adam lane smith dot com. Got all my resources on their. I write a lot of novels apart from apart from attachments and family and feelings and all that stuff. I write gunfight novels with explosions and car chases wants. I got everything on my website. Or does i got everything on my website. Well it looks. I actually want to read. That is funny because you know being in texas. We eat a lot. I mean mexican. Food is like huge here. And we're big you'll britos talk tacos caso saws like whatever i saw. If mexico came interest. Right yes. I was like i gotta check this out so i looked. I'll read a little bit. Further in the cool thing is. I think i get just reading the synopsis of it like okay. I get happening here. I almost like a i mean. I think that if he were still alive that they made a movie. Charles bronson could be. He'd be a great guy right to play shit kitchen to people. It's john wick but instead of evenging his dog. He's avenging us burrito act and it's been the most popular once-popular books i've ever sold..

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"It might be. It should all be the same dynamic that same level with fix. I i love that man. And i think he i think he just got. I got your next book idea. I mean it all and how seriousness which you just described it applies in business so i do business coaching. And i one of the the the methodologies. I use the four disciplines of execution which is focused on the actual inputs. Not the final outcome. Which is what you just described. It's what nick's it's how. Nick sabin coaches the university of alabama. It's managing the seven seconds off the line as opposed to coaching toward a national championship. It's those little biddy in the moment. Right in their things and then the outcome takes care of itself. Its atomic habits. You know. it's what james clear writes about. It's these little biddy. Deans not if the if the goal is just to increase my mile time. And that's all unfocussed. So that's my goal. I wrote it down. That's my goal. That's not nearly as important as taking the little bitty steps each and every day that the the the the new time for the mile will either come. Won't you really interesting thing with relationship. All you can do is set yourself up for success. Oh man. I'm telling you take the process for explicit execution. Whatever you put that into one of your books with your expertise by two home run home. You're welcome you're welcome. That's fake you. You've been a wonderful holiday but seriously that makes so much sense. I think so many people they forget that in so many areas of life. We're so focused on the end. I will say this again. Getting to the point where i'm a little older i think did this podcast. You know when. I when i started this you know a year or two and a half years ago. Now you know. I wouldn't have reached out to adam lane smith and there's no way that guy's gonna respond to me but it's a sticky during the little things trying to tweet trying to learn trying to understand and it's every area of our life and what is more important than our relationships you're right. I mean that's relationships are so purpose of life. And i tell people that i say when you die all your money. Someone's gonna get your money and then they're gonna pay it away into bills or something. It'll be your money's gonna be gone everything you buy and have and all your all the crap you have around your house. Your kids might pick up a couple pieces and say hey this meant something..

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"I mean shakespeare was absolutely on the money. Now 'cause we can throw ourselves out on the twitter stage on instagram stage. The facebook stage and so it would explain why we had now. Words are violence they. It's now manifests itself into society such that. Hey let's ignore this physical harm happening over here because someone just had their feelings hurt. And that's where the focus needs to be. Sounds like a lot of this is just a lot of this. So this this Psychological science kind of manifesting out into society. Am i reading that right. I mean that's a that's a novice a personal with healthy attachment recognizes and they can differentiate social pain. Emotional pain physical pain. They can prioritize them differently. A person with really weak attachment and especially week attachment with traumas from childhood sexual trauma specially and things like that that prioritization all shifted physical pain becomes the least important thing i most of those emotional pain is next but social paints top of the ladder. So that's why people will do just some people when they're very unhealthy will do just about anything for approval doesn't matter what it is. I mean that's not to get technical. But i mean that's how the prostitution industry works as you find girls who prioritize social paint over everything else and then you convince them that they can get your love by doing these jobs for you. On how pimps function how That's how so many things function right now in our society when the whole world or whole society has attachment issues or most people do and then people without attachment issues. Look at that and say what are you doing. And why and why are you making these rules because your brains work. Yeah now let me ask you this. So as imagine. I feel like the runway is getting really short. Because of my my daughter's i've got one fifteen months apart. Wants twenty one's twenty one there both one's in our final year of school. The other got a couple years left. They're both in serious relationships. And like any other i would think father. I want them to be secure secure. Well adjusted. I want them to have this healthy relationship and i've done my best from the time. They were very young with the exception of with understanding that. I've got some of that..

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"The fear can be a good thing but but when it's when it exploded out of control by attachment you become afraid to even be honest you become afraid to take opportunities because affairs that deep down there something wrong with you and you don't know what it is.

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"There's a very very popular podcast. Extremely successful business person that everyone listening would know his name. that does some couples advice and everything i'm like. Okay you guys have a great relationship. But you're not a licensed professional like adam lane smith and so therefore that's great but you know so i don't wanna be that guy but i can't but i can tell you. This is why. I got so excited. It's one of those deals where it's like. Solving puzzle are just kind of feedback. Loop closing on something. We go okay. Wow so a professional is stating that the things that i have deemed so important in trust building in my relationship with jim lynn. My wife. this is confirmed. We're onto something. It's not just. Oh gosh i wonder. Is it really this good in so much of it has to do with jemele and doesn't let me get away with stuff. She will you know she she will tell me. Hey no you're not going to not call rylander abby because they made you mad because that's what she grew up with and you're not gonna do that. Yes male. You're right you're right she'll call me on it so and you coupled with the respect that i have with her man and it's weird to adam because when you're someone like me that that's it comes from a relationship where Infidelity was just the order of the day from six months into the marriage 'til after just endured that for year after year after year. I'm surprised myself. That i could ever trust again but yet i have no trust issues with jim lynn at all and i think it all ties back to. Maybe i just got to the like. I said i was sick and tired of being sick and tired plus some forty-six. I'm just too old to be anymore. I'm just like hey. This is inch in she. She respects that. But more than anything. I think i just had that respect and she. I know she's willing to tell me. And it's it's just awesome. And so anyone listening. I can tell you what adam is saying. And what i i've seen it m practice if you can build that type of open relationship and then again all right. So let's talk about this. Because i don't fit in this category because like i said my intimacy cool man. I'm good for out of respect for my wife. I'm just gonna leave that and we're good but tell me about some of the cases that you've seen where people were like so many people listening to this. I mean people that are just. They're still newlyweds. In the husband the husbands going. Why am i not having sex three or four times a day or at least a week. What's going on here or that that that coupled its bid reaching that proverbial seven itchen intimacies. Just like this thing we do maybe on our anniversary you've had those couples come in but then now they report back. Wow they're connected. Instances there for all the right reasons. Talk about if you've if one comes to mind that hey took them from zero to while protecting everybody's privacy. I can give general things. Of course i had a couple come in with a one of the partners had Just had an affair. Two weeks prior to our first couples therapy session weeks and they walked in. It was heads and i walked them through attachment and so the thing. I just did view and various pieces and came out. Both of them had severe attachment issues and they were blown away. Both of them were a place where they could acknowledged. You know what. I am doing that. I do have those problems..

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"The one you have now cool was will say this recovery Imagine you have the perfect wife in the whole world when she when she wants something from you. She just very calmly comes to and let's you know. Hey you know. I'd really like this. This is what i'd like for my birthday. Pay it'd be really cool if we could do this tonight. Hey i i really like to eat at this restaurant. Could you take me there sometime in the next week. She just makes it very very blunt and easy doesn't stomp her foot demanded but she just lets you know when you do something. She doesn't like she. Lets you know very quickly. Hey you know what. I really didn't like that. could you do this instead. it's she's not madge. Let it go ten times than blow up at you. She just the very first time says. Hey you didn't know not really a fan of that. But here's an alternative. That i will like and when you do something she does like. She praises you for it. She's thankful and explains why it was so good to her. So you can repeat it again so you know what you did and why you did it and how great it was. It's very clear everything she tells. You is very clear very upfront without being angry so go head an open your eyes and an answer me this quite these three questions number one. Do you feel like your wife. That wife trust you go. Yes if you knew you were meeting all her needs and not doing what she didn't like with you feel pretty self-confident as a good husband. If i knew. I was not if you knew you were meeting all her needs. Oh i sure you feel secure in that relationship. It was going to last a pretty long time but yeah some people say no. You'd be surprised. Some people have never experienced that joy at all so they're suspicious of all of that may have to met person has ulterior. Yes go ahead you your is again and we're going to do this one more hypothetical i want you to imagine you have the worst wife in the world when she wants something from you know she does not tell you up front very easily. What it is she will either hide it from you and make you guess and say if you really love me with no or she plays the game of ni- i can't tell you that would be..

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"Me with problems. You are only useful to me for how you make me feel at the moment and the moment another woman comes along and makes me feel better. I am leaving you for that woman. That's the send signal you're sending. A female intimacy is based on attachment. It is male intimate male male sexual. It sexuality is usually based on like those rocks. It kind of looks like do boobs economics we think of segments. And we think okay. How can i resolve this new sexual tension. I'm feeling and hopefully you think of your wife. I as the firstly. And then you go and you sell. Yeah that's worked out. Great the past Female sexuality typically is built on. I'm attracted to that man and his good qualities he is connected to me. It seems like this is going to be going places. I will then want to have sex with that man. Because of the two parties one of them is going to get pregnant for nine months and is going to have to carry around baby and then feed a baby and have this huge financial and safety and everything just biologically that's built into the dna. Yeah well i can tell you that. There's something you said there. That i think mat- matters a great deal like i know that with my wife. The seeing that. I think works. I it makes this whole process. Easy your for me is that i do have such a great deal of respect for her the me she is that she's unintelligible business owner. She is logical. She is as she and it was the first. I thought through those performance issues at the time in my life when we met i was probably at my most insecure with who i am but i was with her i was. I respected her so much. What atom i as. I'm as i kind of evaluate this thing. I realized she's too smart for me to bullshit. Like i have so many other people i never. I didn't date..

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"Them ever have any sort of intimacy. So what does that look like to be vulnerable yet not week to. You're absolutely and a lot of men. Do equate the two vulnerable. Because i mean you. And i are guys. We don't really wanna be vulnerable to other men as that dropped down the hierarchy right and if you have attachment issues that's even worse because then you think the other guys are just gonna stomp unit the dirt instead of saying. Oh yeah you've that issue here let me help you. It gets five times worse. So guys don't like to be vulnerable to each other unless there's a problem to be solved only believe the problem can be solved and then we might get advice from another guy on how to fix that problem if we're at our wit's end and miserable and everything is setting catching on fire around us then. We'll ask a guy for help on zeal. Thing of the guy won't ask for for stop. Ask for directions until you're lost in the woods and your food is run out. That's kind of our nature. Part of it is that men communicate We communicate to solve problems. We communicate to convey information and solve problems. That's really what we do. It's hey that gives that guy in war there's that guy over there with the big hat kill that guy. That's why we communicate. It's i have to build south. You hold this board. All hell hit the nail we communicate to achieve things. That's it women don't just communicate to achieve things. They communicate to feel closer to each other and to be vulnerable to each other on purpose. Sharing vulnerability with women is an act of trust. Because it's showing the other person is you don't believe the other person will betray you. You believe the other person has your best interest at heart so you're sharing vulnerability and even if you can't find a solution together at least you are sharing and comforting each other. That's that's the female purpose of of communication..

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"I think you're right. Yeah you're cool. I have affection for you. But i will act upon you in order to get my needs met. It's like playing that old game guitar hero. We have to push the buttons in the correct sequence. And if you don't then you get less of a reaction but you're trying to go for the main reaction. She's trying to get the button sequences perfect acting upon someone in that way to get what you want. That's been the focus of my work is trying to teach people how to actually connect to other human beings and that continued when i worked in corrections continued when i worked in a clinic where worked with a lot of homeless individuals Look at low. Low poverty at risk families also worked with Apart from that. I worked with a lot of millionaire entrepreneurs a lot of major corporate executives people who travel the world having fun now because they're their trust accounts are so sky high. I worked with everything. And i can say attachment is the basis of everything else. Everything else so. I wanna kind of like take a little personal liberty here because as i not to do a lot of navel-gazing by told you this could very easily drift into a short session and in the The risk of being pretty pretty vulnerable. Here you know. One of the things that i have struggled with later in life is a is detachment so like i. I have a hard time. And here's a very simple explanation of me. I don't miss people when i'm not with them. Now my background is such that my my my relationship with my father has always been strained from a very young age. It's been a very yoyo. Very conditional very very conditional. From the time i was twelve. I didn't see my biological mother for a lot of years. I went to live with my father. Because i am looking back. A lot of that was. Because i thought that was what he wanted. And again the yoyo relationship there then I got into a marriage where there was a great deal of unfaithfulness that so i just all the most important relationships that i had up to that point all through my adulthood were were the modeling was either. I'm unlovable but or something. And so i read something that you wrote. That was basically you. You see you. It's hard for you to attach because you don't believe that anybody's ever gonna really love you on condition. I've struggle with that for years and into the point. Now adam where. I tell my wife all the time and it's unfortunate. I don't say this bragging. But i have room for the for for for three people ryland abby and jemele in my wife my daughters my wife beyond that is just it's rather limited so when you say attached..

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"Thanks adam smith. Welcome to the show. I am so honored and grateful that you're here sir thank you. I'm honored to be here to well. You know it's kind of funny because sex is what brought us together. My man which is kind of a weird thing to say to a dude on the jason right show. But i'm i'm looking through. I think it was on been greenfield's website. And he linked to an article on how to have more sex in your marriage. And i thought it not that i'm deprived or anything know mrs right if you happen to listen to this episode by the way my wife is the most reserved and modest human being on earth. She she almost like when now featured that article my newsletter the trivia ladder. She's saw the headline. Because i put that is the headline. She's like what have you done. She was scared to death. But i read that article. And i thought man i this is why again. Just leave it at this. My wife and i have no complaints. We have a very good good relationship on every level. And so you confirm so many things. You know god god willing i will continue to do by his grace i have. I've understood i'm reading going. Yeah this is why it works. So let's talk a little bit about that and then if you want to just cut it take us into some of your background that might lead into because you've done so much marriage counseling you've done counting in the in the in the penal system. Your background is so extensive. But it seems like you've really settled in into couples. You know help therapy whatever. You wanna call it in every single. I have yet to read anything. That you've put out that i disagreed with and both either from a philosophical standpoint or having actual practice in real life so so that's kind of the genesis of this. I read the article. I was like man. This fits so well with the my mantra of improve always always what's better than to improve relations and you know intimately with your spouse and so the fact that you were gracious enough to respond to invite. I'm so thankful so with that kind of kind of take it from there. How does your practice star. And then let's talk about some of this how we can make intimacy better in our relationships. Sure so a lot of my work has been relationship focused. I did get a master's degree in psychology. It's got an emphasis in marriage and family therapies. What they call it. I was a licensed marriage. Family therapist for a while. just retired license.

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"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"On this episode of jason rice yeah In clinical terms not diagnosis. But we would say That's that could be like a wounded attachment style. Some people would call that boyden attachment style trying to actively avoided. Daddy always anxious avoidance everything but once you do actually someone busts through your outer crust and they get within then you start being anxious about making sure. The relationship is always good. I've seen a lot of things. like that. And there are several variations. Hey folks really quick before we get started. I know you're here to crush another episode of the jason right show but in case you haven't noticed always a pretty happy guy. I'm a pretty good mood most of the time and you know why you happy guy is because i have happy feet. Why have happy feet is because most of the time. I am wearing zero shoes. When i was a kid. You could hardly ever find me in shows of any kind. I like to run barefoot everywhere. I went but every once in a while had actually put on shoes as an adult. I get to call the shots. And i'm not going to go everywhere barefoot but the closest thing i can get is my zero minimalist shoes i think you to you. You deserve to be happy like.

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"lane smith" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

Pop Culture Affidavit

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"lane smith" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

"Trailer for red dawn. The nineteen eighty-four. John milius film about a soviet cuban invasion of the united states that has the historical distinction of being the very first ever. Pg thirteen movie released in theaters debut on august tenth. Nineteen eighty four. It grossed thirty eight point three million dollars at the box office. Doubling its seventeen million dollar budget. It was the nineteenth highest grossing movie of nineteen eighty-four. Just be on bachelor parties. Thirty eight point. Four million dollar gross the top five earners nineteen eighty-four by the way ghostbusters. Indiana jones and the temple of doom. The karate kid and police academy. I'm going to pause for a moment. Let you take in the fact. That police academy outgrowths. Footloose beverly hills. Cop and star trek three. Although beverly hills cops gross stretches from eighty four to eighty five. So that's why box in box office. Mu kind of breaks it into anyway without otherwise as as our collective acknowledgement that nineteen eighty-four was learning your movies. I will briefly talk about the plot of the film. In fact i'm not gonna spend a ton of time on the plot of eateries of these films because most people. I know who are listening to. This are pretty familiar with red dotted rocky for but like i said. Red dawn was directed by john milius. His previous credits include the screenplay for apocalypse. Now as well as writing. And directing conan the barbarian starring arnold schwarzenegger in nineteen eighty two the cast of red dawn features. Many teenage actors were either associated with or would go on to be associated with the brat. Pack were more well known movies. Eighty starring teenagers. And these people are c thomas howell charlie sheen. Patrick swayze leah thompson and jennifer gray. The adults in the film include powers. Boothe harry dean stanton lane smith and super flies. Ron o'neal film opens with a series of title cards. That read soviet union suffers worst wheat harvest and fifty five years labor and food. Riots in poland soviet troops invade cuba in nicaragua reached troop strength Five hundred thousand el-salvador salvadoran honduras fall. Greens party gains control. West german parliament demands withdrawal of nuclear weapons from european soil. mexico plunged into revolution. Nato dissolves united states stands alone. We then get a title sequence of a flight through clouds with this weird flashdance esque eighties script for the main tile in. Maybe i'm the only person who ever found this out of place. Because i was so used to the way the title was displayed on. The poster and red dot has one of the great movie posters. It's just a small town in america at the bottom of the image of several paratroopers dropping in parachutes open against the twilight. And the tagline is in our time new foreign country army has occupied american soil until now and then red dawn as in block letters with the same words in russian. Right above it. It's it's a great dramatic poster. You know you'd see that video cassette case in the video store be like. Oh this looks good. That would have looked great on the title instead of like flashdance but russian invasion. But i i'm spending too much time on that. I'm sorry it's just a weird hang-up of always had about this movie city when the plot so we opened up with a high school classroom in colorado kelly met colorado which is Just outside the rocky mountains teacher is giving a lesson about genghis khan when he spots several paratroopers land in the field behind the school. He has to investigated. Here's immediately shot dead. The trips then start shooting at the school and it becomes immediately apparent that this is an invasion force from here. We follow several of the local teams from the town. Who are led by jed. That's patrick swayze into the mountains. They i work on fleeing and surviving and then decided to take up arms to become a guerrilla resistance force against the occupying russian cuban army naming themselves wolverines after the school's mascot they undertake several raids on their occupiers and become effective enough for the enemies top brass to make a concerted effort to find them and stop them at one point. They meet lieutenant. Colonel andrew tanner that is powers boothe an american pilot who shot down near them and helps them by teaching the military tactics and helping them plan raids. He also gives them in the audience and exposition as to what's happened in the larger scope of the united states in world war three which is going on several american cities including washington. Dc were destroyed by nuclear strikes strategic air command was crippled by cubans saboteurs paratroopers were dropped from airliners to seize key positions in preparation for assaults via mexico and alaska most of the southern united states and north western. Canada are occupied by the soviets but american counterattacks halted soviet advances along the rockies and the mississippi and the lives of stabilized remaining. Us allies the united kingdom in china are crippled. Nuclear fallout concerns from both sides of the of the Are why they have not further. Used nuclear weapons so eventually the will read start to fall and after they are caught in an ambush with four of them surviving. Jed and his brother mad who has charlie sheen undertake a suicide mission to attack the enemy headquarters in the center of kelly met hoping that will keep the russians occupied long enough for the other to survive in. Wolverines danny played by brad savage and erica lee thompson to make. It's a friendly territory. The film ends with a shot of partisan rock which was the name given to location the mountains where they had been headquarters themselves had carved the names of their dead. On the rockets of memorial a plaque is read aloud that says in the early days of world war three guerrillas mostly children placed their names of their lost upon this rock. They fought here alone and gave up their lives so that this nation shall not perish from the earth like the day after last episode red dawn as a product of the concern in panic about a possible oncoming war with the soviet union. That was a very real during the early nineteen eighties. Now where's the day after was part of the nuclear war sub-genre red dawn as part of another sub-genre. The russian invasion film the other two notable films in the sub-genre are chuck norris film invasion usa which starts north is the man who single handedly prevents the soviet union invasion through florida and the one thousand nine hundred eighty seven series miniseries america. That's america with.

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