17 Burst results for "Loughgall"

"loughgall" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

05:34 min | Last month

"loughgall" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Publish their Finding now that in the articles loughgall they actually give you the dosage to take For the licensing and he that article that did they didn't actually mentioned another thing they mentioned the zinc and the the other things you were talking about. This was purely lights thing. Though we're giving to the the people but it was in you know It may there's a specific diet like you weren't allowed to have coffee because apparently coffee Quells the effect of the life that they did tell you the actual amount you should take daily If you have the have the virus and also as a preventative you know I can send you the articles but they I really don't recall them actually mentioning any other things that they used so you can check that out. If you like. I heard i will check it out. Come on in. The uk am effect in coventry telegraph in the uk. Signed the Deficiency is linked to the priest. Possibly the sauce kirby nineteen. We'll get was a. I think it's the same thing. Taker the lyceum take vitamin d and and the stuff together Probably why the dominican republic. It's only my guess They got these problems solved on. Just the one drug is because they get older sunlight. They need a layman's guests. No i it it. You're very correct. And there's been research done on this and that's why you see relatively low impacts of the virus in many countries that get a lot of sunshine. It's true yes i'll say. Well let's quite that's quite possible. I haven't actually looked at that side of it. But i was just going on what they published in their articles so anyway lucky say the zinc and the all aspirin eric and aspen. Holy things are good for you as well. So i suppose if you can if you can take these things The better off. You'll be cash also true but i'm just one last. Come on that. What happens if you're low income family you know and they won't give you out in the nhl. In britain which is freedom talked about free from the future. The conservative government wants anybody over sixty to pay for the prescriptions and anybody with chronic illnesses to pay for the prescriptions and yay site. It's we'd what they're doing. Because normally civil i around.

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"loughgall" Discussed on BallCourt - The World of Basketball with Coach Drew

BallCourt - The World of Basketball with Coach Drew

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"loughgall" Discussed on BallCourt - The World of Basketball with Coach Drew

"Sports for allow me to do what i do and bring you just break content as my promise to you my audience that i love. Y'all so much as my promise to you. I will make sure that you'll be here. My voice loughgall consistent in the future. And you'll be able to keep up on all your basketball news as well as a coach coaches. Look at some of the greatest things. That are taking place in the game of basketball. I wanna take each and every one of you listening as well as i want you to go ahead and run if you can't don't even bother don't hondo because i need you to run. Goatee a podcast. Wherever you get your podcast. Whether it's going to be apple podcasts. Or pocket go ahead and check out ballclub make shortages of spry and turtles notifications because everytime i drop a new one every drop anything. I wanna make sure that you right on top of it. You get hand new bats right way. They're coming out my mouth just like that like that right. I wanna thank you for listening dan. You keep us growing we disa- big things on the horizon. So if you don't think you're listening to bulk order now way gonna find ways that you're going to hear it a lot more so once again. Thank each and every one of you listening to ball court. This has been a world of basketball..

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"loughgall" Discussed on The Beauty Brains

The Beauty Brains

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"loughgall" Discussed on The Beauty Brains

"A new or novel ingredient from a supplier i get tons of sneak. Peek set ingredients. That's one of the coolest perks. My jobs ingredients that aren't released yet. Still going through toxicology and still getting their inky name. They'll say proposed inky name once you go to launch through like oh yeah. We actually couldn't get pinky name. Here's what we got and you're like oh that's not what i thought it would be so marketing but anyway So as proposed but they broke up with me but yeah so almost. Defying wax and f. Is this inky name. That you'll find on the label and one supplier happens to have been granted. This ludicrous inky name. That doesn't reveal anything about its composition speaks to its function and the function is it's the most defying tax. It's not wax from a chemical compound. I think is a pseudo acts. So anyway it's waxy looking and feeling and it helps a in your formula and that's because its composition. It's true inky name that other companies have to abide by and they they feel ripped off because they can't get defying wax. Nf as an inky name. The true inky name satirical alcohol and polysorbates sixty satirical. Those does sound familiar. This sound familiar. Yeah i just feel like this one. Raw material supplier was so lucky. And then everyone else trying to knock off this technology. Hasta list local. Loughgall police survey sixty on their inky labels so That's really what it is so Satirical alcohol is a blend of varying percentages of cdl alcohol and sterile alcohol. Which are fatty alcohols. That we use as thick owners or structure ins- in emotions and hair and hair store uses them to do and polysorbates. Sixty is an You know they say it's a molten. i'm also fire. I really feel like it's a. It's a soluble is valuable. Yeah for sure. Yeah but it has some almost certification type properties if he went to look at it from that sense. So that's what that is. So that perry. I have no concern that it would be a problem for hair or cause damage on here..

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"loughgall" Discussed on KSR

KSR

03:14 min | 3 months ago

"loughgall" Discussed on KSR

"Texas chiens seven to four or five to four. Thank you all very much like old times we. Let's get through some news here. First of all some breaking news chain him one. Yes not good news. The little league world series is closing admission to the general public. That's the first sporting event that i've seen. It's like nobody from the general public. You know they were close to doing it at the olympics and they survive. They didn't let people go. I thought they were gonna cancel it. Cancel the olympic not canceling a little. Yes with the scare kobe's happening in the world. I just our country. This is maybe the first domino to fall that other things may becoming well. They're not cancer. They're just saying people can't go. Yeah except families families are allowed to go so hope it worry a little bit though. It's going the wrong direction. yup. I agree direction. I heard some anecdotal stuff yesterday from a couple of hospitals in the state that made me worry apparently bowing green. It's a really bad situation really. You got to think they're having these conversations right now if it could lead you to get worse. What are we going to do. I still don't think they're going to be in a place where they don't let people come. But i think i'm just you regardless of what you think about it. I just think you need to prepare yourself for could wear masks get the game. That's coming. I just think i. Maybe i'm wrong. Maybe i'm wrong. I hope for people that don't wanna do it. I'm wrong but i you know by the way prayers out to kyle tucker whose four year old has copen call. I did see that yes prayers out to him so he just put that on twitter all right. Let's talk a little recruiting stuff. Matt norlander of cbs. Sports says that shade sharp. Who is the number one player in america. Next year is quote. The lock of all locks to come to kentucky the lock of all lacks. Does that make you feel like if it's the lock of all locks ryan. Are you ready to lock i. I like the sound of that matt. Norlander if you feel confident about it to go out there like that. I'd say he's come into kentucky. Sticking your neck wrong you never get to have another prediction again. I think that's one of those people will remind you a lot. They'll be like oh loughgall locks Sharpie all the ones that have gone wrong or people have really tried to put the stamp on it. I'm very optimistic. And that just makes you feel even better. That norlander knows we talk about not just a lock a long lock of all like i'd be happy with just a regular lock but this is the lock wednesday announcing that i mean like he. He said he wants announced before. Schools are skews me before basketball back to starts for him so it could be any data coming. They really any day now. I will hear you say it'll be another Another canadian for hick. It was great by the way that would be so proud of you. Speaking of skewing young ronnie meal sad but a great news. If they get if you want how to get the recruiting mojo back getting a number one player in america as a lack of all locks would be the way. It's pretty way to pretty good. Start there for your couch especially this early in the process where he grooms the centerpiece..

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"loughgall" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

Chats With Cats Podcast

08:25 min | 4 months ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

"Are we wonderful. Interesting situation we find out those employees recording podcasts from three separate like haitian on the cat back for another week dan. How are you guys not to bed or lock down okay. Yeah well hasn't changed for me much. I'm still an essential worker. So i'm out there doing my thing under targeted for kalamata. What are you even doing awake. Well i think there to end. I feel like we might as well sell the audience. Talking from on carnival last old wine odinga ding give i mean fucking brick already set my heart and luckily pot well wanted to address something that happened. A couple of days ago we Dropped a little video narrowed talk as you looked cool. And you want to take it from rick. What happened put the gaels said about us. Oh probably a little rock on almost shaming though is probably nine on groom's potentially on interested with their own appearance talk women and just getting upset. You know guys we guys in my point of view And a lot of people out there with us will actually but no we were getting a little bit slow. I d three hundred. People agreed with this from awesome object. But yeah that'll getting upset that they think that shaved women come across as gills. Now i know about yigal as more whole dieting history aric ninety five percent of the women been with have been shaved. Would that be the cienfuegos. Well the first thing. I'd like the site in today's prevents. Take like the non famed seventeen or something like it. Just twenty. pretty. Every girl side sides undefeated dog both can complaining about the money. They said it was too hard. And it got prickly the next day. That was what one girl said another word for you what they said. It's too expensive. That want to. But i mean we weren't even telling him to do anything we'll just giving references and then the comments it was meant to be god's giving their opinions ninety percent of the comments will women jumping in their gone. Had day. you tell us what to do one. We didn't tell you to do anything at all. We didn't tell you to do anything we weren't asking you to die us. And then they started calling his pitfalls and hanging a second. That's a rough and how you gonna make other gills few get laser now forever bowl. Denic is that's their personal preference. Don't you think that's a rough gills to be calling other gills children. Well i think that a remember is it's the internet at nine. One has a really thinks about what they're saying like ramification so like put down like that. Getting about those upset breaks out the yeah. I wasn't allowed to card to now. These i bought a just brakes. Isn't that i'm sorry for anyone. Locks that the platform but holy some of the shit system the shooting that we've had on there that have lineup. So what is wrong with you people. Now just don't get the the whole concept of it is very funny of impeaching myself awake and actually had a few gills on their come to out offense going like what the fuck is wrong with. All these women like lilac it personally down there. Don't call me a fucking child and i was like. Yeah well they go like boy did something to the group and very relevant and sorry myself under the bus but out of older years that i've had if the bush's author debate and it's walked down be fucked and that's just completely on so they have my cell phones. Well another another another said a woman that said just do whatever makes you feel happy and i totally agree with that. There's nothing wrong with that. What mike mayfield. Happy at the moment is doing like hi buck. Let's let's say this week. You get dight though. What are you gonna do about it. You can leave. It might be getting outside a lot of. It's pretty good. Let's move on. there's enough about that. Always actually really impressed with what happened in the olympics Even before the opening ceremony the men's australian soccer team date argentine to neil. Did anyone else. He watched that. I'm the a bear with an early red cod beyond anything that happened early in the first And apparently he was a bit of a dodgy. One and i wanna let happy about it so actually like the guiding but ten men in the second half so lucky but i feel that in for one. That's right trying to block good actually. Do you know what. I watched the mini version of the game. Seven plus had watched it last night and have brought beer and guess what the red cod came in the forty fifth minute so it wasn't that early. It's halfway through the game. And from the highlight reel and this is without a word of a lie. It looked like the school on should've been six australia. We hit the bath three times and like unbelievably good attack. It was amazing. And the and the god that got sent off. He'd actually gone down twice in the first half in regards to what we spoke about a few weeks ago in soccer. it's the worst part of their game. He'd go down after he got tackled rolling around making absolute sane trying to get a free kick the ball would come back to him and all of a sudden he's backup on these fake. There's nothing wrong. That's discussing a height there. And then yeah. He was elbowing and nudging someone in the box in the went. You know what maybe he he put all three of those instances together and just went not one yellow card to yell ecology gone it was a great game a wonder whether the the trigger happy in the olympics because we gotta fish yellow cards and that was when some of them looked a little innocuous. Nicer On i love on your you're at the start of the campaign potentially what have you got three guys in the group stages and then you've got to go to knockout sizes and think offhand at redcar breakouts are yelich lowly. I'm just saying even for us. I think we all four or five in the match What the ramifications for that could be later on down the track east. I mean we're talking about paying could stop for tournament which it was and that goal The loughgall that we sold isn't absolutely blonde loved. By you. Know what happens on a obviously. There's a quick turnaround sites fine now and lost on new which i think for from school on perspective probably was a little bit It'd be gratifying to us. Because the old supply pretty much yeah just potentially could happen later on down the track and the tournament and that sport and that's why we we lock it and we bet on their plates and enjoy it. But i love that. We didn't enjoy much though. Yeah i'll using not sat up. 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"loughgall" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"loughgall" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

"The whole street in the process loughgall was very surgical and what was going on and achieved a lot and you started to pick away at the decision making on the confidence that they had in their own abilities by charging the weapons by arresting them. We're going in bhai interdicting operations before they happen by arresting people as were coming out of operations where the ball modern going off and they didn't know where the information was coming from. So that gov to the communist point did we take that forward ghanistan could the the early days of coniston into benign environment. Well on there was a lot of good hearts and minds work going on art into the different villages getting an understanding of what happened and that was before iraq happened and then all of sudden iraq happens. We get distracted and taken off to iraq but afghanistan is still brewing in the background and there is a point on a domain when when the point was but there's a point when an afghanistan things went from the early days hearts and minds and doing good stuff that sort of stuff of the british Really good out on the on the on the ground in different operational theatres to turning into more of a fight against the taliban sex was nothing. That was yeah so sex when we went in i. And if you look at what happened in here. I'm going to be slightly disingenuous. I be out. Maybe maybe just the mindset changed. Well i'm going to say it doesn't necessarily to certain commanders doing it in a very generic way not putting the blame in any individual or anything else but if you look at the destruction that there is in the military and you look at the pressures that are on so we've got we've gone from a benign another operational conflict warfighting action still going on iraq. We're going back to something that had started off with the balkans heart minds turning into something. That's a bit more connecticut. So you're the first commodity officer of the infantry battalion on the ground workers goes kinetic has to deal with this change that's happening and deals with it. Very effectively and a good terms takes the fight an appropriate way back to the enemy and containing it as much as possible whilst come up with a plan as to you what you need to do to try and interdict it at the tactical level first commanding officer. Because he's done hunt gets a dsl or gets a big metal big ball. I don't know which ones getting next commanding officer comes. In on.

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"loughgall" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

07:07 min | 10 months ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"One have been things. But i'll give him props for that one. So yes that's the to next thing. Constant under pressure is issue. Three and i like this one the most on mom i feel like the title is the most like the matic that pulls it altogether actually at all the issues which covers the best cover i think too i mean it's it's definitely in the running. I mean if if not i i mean issue pretty good but yeah this has to be if not just like other. The personal was very understated. It's like you know. Look when all his glory like finally like pulling together more confident just like this is coming down for pulsars blasting yet. It's such a strange bedfellows. He will i would never like bought. You know well on again. I think they're looking for someone with like heavy artillery. And it's like ninety throw rock and you're gonna find somebody with you know with a arsenal on. Its you know yeah. Ours has more cooler than say punisher in to the audience. Who in the last issue talk did say that he met cetewayo was in college. It's like you know so. I think you know they need someone. You know little more studios who actually went to college helping franklin college now. He went to the most fair. Yes no no. Shane house to. Yeah that's what i'm saying. I think they wanted to record even shields carrying the huge guns again. It's ninety four. That's expected better have topical one arts hillary of its nineteen in our tax dollars pay or damage thousand ninety four that louis i like the late death laughs It's not such don't no. It's normal manner they use. Just hold on. I just love how like roti dislike does little thing in the back like neck. It's like he's like hold on wait until the counter reaches europe than hold on bickering already like an old married couple. I'm just saying oh. Yeah that's yeah that's showed ages shoot them down. Look at that. look at that. Look at that caro plane. That is not a factor. That is not sexy. 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Awfully what you what you guys got a professional jealousy thing going on something like that lever sat it's fine Received the a president one year. But i don't ship actually what. Tony rooney should've been happy. Actually because it makes more sense now just in general make more with the hell outta told me relationship. That'd be physically abusive tony's position atkins happy can put up with it so they make it to this rebel camp ana. Yes it away. He was there. Like how krylov. War machine. Jim test to find you even all way. Why don't you fox like mike collins i saw you speak at. Uc berkeley and eighty-one. This is ninety four. And you're like how'd you get here. I agree so how did you get here. That is a story. I don't suppose you know man with white hair in an unusual left. I paul cable. He appeared out of nowhere literally. Basically as orangerie taking bazeley origin story appeared on a nowhere early But yeah it kind of flash back and yet or cables and you're making my life very complicated. You're the focal point of political situations bottled blah. We'll compare cannot jail free card ending this ending panel. Yes so we'll cetewayo says they have injured people's death loughgall volunteers to take out of country. I volunteer tribute will need to get him out of the here for next issues. They don't get his hands thirty exactly as rowdy. Rudy's fighting alongside the rebels. Ooh but yeah he actually. that's controversial. Yeah he takes some damage. Because it's shot with like a rocket launcher. That's not gonna book out. Then we see. The adviser was sent away at gunpoint. Learn how to fight egghead. Matinal how to fight on the war-torn country you know basically this issue with Rhodia thinking crossed the line. He's actually killed people. 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"loughgall" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

Papo de Fotógrafo

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

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"loughgall" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

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"loughgall" Discussed on Ufiltreret

Ufiltreret

16:05 min | 1 year ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Ufiltreret

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"loughgall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Is you know as a southerner and I really made MIS I. It's like we take the beaten as far as like movies when you say things like that you know a lot of those. Are you know just one kind of live and let live. I really appreciate Jealous Philosophy about your your idea that you know open borders that kind of thing but there's always greedy people. There's you know there's always going to be true but you know I'm one of those people that town just. I've lived long enough where you know. I don't really care. I'm I'm not really. I don't consider myself racist. I really don't you know but they're sometimes I think we get beat up on so much we get we get things. It's forced on us so much like I don't really know how to put it into words. It just Kinda makes me angry. I really WANNA be Kinda Loughgall loughgall. You gotTa leave me alone do my thing and now it just kind of enjoy life. I understand your flossy and I'm behind it one hundred percent but you know sometimes income's usually can't do anything about but Mike thank you so much for the call. I wish that we had that at the end of the show because it was by large very positive and uplifting message about about leaving people alone because in the end. That's all we want. We want to live our lives and we want to be left alone right. And you can't get that by advocating against I Other people there piece. If you want to be left alone you have to leave other people alone right scapegoating. We got chained from Florida calling Jane. You're on free. Talk live sliding.

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"loughgall" Discussed on Go All In

Go All In

15:46 min | 2 years ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Go All In

"But you can't always do the right thing that you need to do you go do the right thing by shareholders and hot and awed decisions to Mike. Wait wait is that fitting wig is the date you did well. I think it fits in with every decision that literally every decision that you make and then escalated you that trickles down to the front slung. Stop but I think that this is where emotionally challenging. The ache here comes into apply. It's like that's being aware bets being self away. That's being aware of your iron emotions and reactions and but there's also the a social sort of intelligence as well a net is hell you interact with people. You talk with them. Do you. Listen to the ACA really listening to them and hearing what side so that one of the One thing I take is that the strong strongest skill. The skill elated had is to ask a question shop. Stop talking and listen and then keep asking the next question and then keep asking the next question because the first answer Whitebait the real answer that you want. And that's social intelligence beds doing the decent thing because as later you're finding air what is really important with the staff with the sanitation that you laid all Taymor and it just trickles down like that if you're asking US questions and if that's the way that you operate that has a flow on a fake Mirada absolutely a agree with that. I'll share a little anecdote with the. It's kind of funny when I kicked off this podcast. That's made a bit more than eight months ago. It's a process of reinvention invention right so I've been doing whatever else was in digital marketing. I've been doing forever and as a few things that happened. That just made me WanNa stop doing not not permanently bought just stopped doing not for the time and I wanted to do media for a long time and and it took me probably about twenty episodes to find a bit of a battle rhythm where it didn't feel like I was doctoring conversation or always doing something out and in and you know it's it's hard am I going to create a persona. We're going to create an online when we're going to be the guy on just be myself and and I realized that I just gotTa be myself fraud and everybody listening to this day just as off. It's easier took pretend to do something can but but it was hard because you know I'm worried about you. Don't worry about recording. And then I'm editing and his stressful to learn a new skill and it took me around as a cy about twenty twenty thirty episodes to really get into a groove that then I did about thirty or forty other interviews to refine my message and once I started the two refund my message I found that I was really. I would watch it on a podcast like this with somebody. Lock yourself quite easily one of the really interesting byproducts of learning to podcast and becoming a podcast up is you get really really good at asking. Sometimes the awesome every noun and on Oscar boneheaded. Question is what I'm all about other questions. I asked design to create a response and the podcast and never asked a question that he doesn't know the answer to write or or sheehy tapes and I discovered that I must have been six months or something like that and always invited to a local networking meeting and I was like. I haven't been out from the wall might I. I have some food and breakfast and be able drinking coffee. Whatever you now guy sick so I went along to this meeting at a networking meeting? People what are you doing. And I'm I'm a podcast radio voice or good. Yeah Yeah and and I and they looked oh put cost. I said tell me about that and then I found myself by now going to ask these questions of people that were like. Oh my God. That's a good question. And then the product of the skill set that I had developed over the lot six months or whatever it was was not an AAs really great questions but then been able to stop and be completely present with them and he durant saw and I realized the laws that was like a point realized that all of these years in running teams if people twenty thirty people in my business. I didn't really neely. Listen to and it's because in part cost me and you and Allah there's no phone. There's no distraction. The doors close. Nobody can incoming. It's only you and may one hundred ten percent of my attention is on what you'll site and I found it this networking money. Doing that. Feis device always gone around these responses Johnson from people that I hadn't had in the and that active listening oppose President ended listening to some. They must be must be called. It's called active listening listening. Yeah it's active listening. Yeah and his powerful and it is a skill because I would be and it. It doesn't come natural to paper to to be comfortable with silence and allow that other Pistons Spice to respond so offended the person that's asking the question that gets a little anxious because this this despite this there's nothing happening. I should say something in that case Tokyo. Pink and that's when they need to stop talking and listen and then it's seems so simple but so it but it's so hard to actually put into practice and you know I understand the face pop the fast pace of business that sometimes you know I'll well here. I just don't have time for this. It's like you don't have time not today that you have to. That's where it starts is with listening listening. You've got to start listening. That is where all of your information that would be. Gold will come from. Is your interaction and your recall with paypal. And when you if someone is if you're talking to someone and you really feel that you're being heard or they're really listening Jif Folkston Year chatfield screwed. Yeah the really paid attention to me really wanted to hear what I had to say wasn't interested wasn't a Tell thinking of a a million things. It's a set. It's a hard skill but it's a school that's essential really important. Leadership Skill is Internet of a product talked of of what I'm doing he alluding to Goss one of the things that I learned to do as well And tell me what he's saying here. Is I think maybe the mistake that I've been making over the the years before I develop the skill and became emotionally intelligent enough because I'm just an awkward reiger and think about that much but to be self aware aware enough to realize that I wasn't doing that was this got to do with these these things when I'm holding up a phone for the people listening watching the video. I think that one of the things that I learned to do is because when I do a podcast. Lot is my phone's like in is there's a chance that somebody can accidentally call me while recording. Something and what I discovered was if the funds on the table when you're talking to somebody there's always that element but in your mind and for them as well and there's not too many things that are more knowing that when you're talking to somebody in the night pick up the phone and send a tech school. Hang on one the second. I'll answer that so I learned to actually Mike Points of putting my phone in my bag and letting people see me. Put My phone in my hang on. Let me put it on silent and I'll put it in my bag away so it's outside and now got we've got an excellent yes present minded focus off all that is like really be in. I don't know if you've ever been walking down the hallway and someone's playing with a phone or you're playing with your phone and I have you yes I do hang on one second. Stop what I'm doing completely and I put my phone in my pocket or a move out of the way. Hang on one second. I'll put it on my desk and I'll walk back to them and go. Okay what have you done for me. Loughgall stop let me finish. What I'm doing I'll stop what I'm doing? I'll move it away over there and discovered that the communication that I get when I do something it just as simple as I was incredibly beneficial and powerful as well. That's very powerful. And it's it's it's quite simple but it's had today sure but I think by making that by doing that action that can say that on putting the final why and define doesn't eat. It doesn't say okay markets a lot but it actually is because we are on our phones and we get distracted by far have finds robots so by saying you a more potent than whatever he's GonNa come to my fine. I'm GonNa put it away and you just sort of on from that if someone does catch you up in the whole by or on the hop in. You're not gonNA have a word with you now. That at that tot. That might not be a good time for you because you WANNA be able to devote a quality talk to that compensation You could send it to that person. I Really WanNa had that conversation Now but let's make a time but when I came and I can be present in orioles whereas at the moment on combat stop me acid. It wouldn't be fair to here so I think just doing those things Israeli To Guanzhou instant respect I love the little nuances of leadership. Like that in those little things that Adept to being a big name. You know what makes a good leader while it's not one big thing. It's a collection of little things collection of sub-conscious subliminal. Limit things that even you don't even realize that going on and I didn't realize I was doing these two things that I'm talking to you about because it's just out of habit Abbot of podcasting and Desk Ya on screen lot. This will sitting down face to face to somebody and in doing that and always doing that in real life with real people and then they will. Oh and then in mind as you say it. Suddenly they're the most important thing in on one hundred ten percents. That gone is a better veteran. Better result which is a a really tossing. Rob Identity your the knucklehead. You might get you are. I think I've created that persona non otherwise my I tyler throughout your throat Pasta. I think you've got lots of the emotionally intelligent. You've just displaying it. Every time you have a percents thank you appreciate that appreciate that. Joe Work with some of Australia's top executives in leadership. Said we work with CEOS house and all sorts of businesses in all sorts of brands is there. Is there a common thing that a common theme that you like to try them in their common thing that you really like to share with them that you see most people lacking most leaders lacking. I'm looking for a little hockey womanfully look they're they're probably several robot. One of them is listening differently. Embassy elect to start with. I like to get a gauge of where they're at on that scale of a Ebeth E end. What's their emotional intelligence like? Because we're not it's not up to us to gauge. What our national intelligent way nature trust the people and has that person done Nash? And what's the Bay Beckon. Are they willing to us. I coaching willing encouraged. Because not not comfortable now. Well everyone's catchable but do you want to be charged era. I happen to these and you know if they say that everyone will say yes sure and then then as we get data you know what you brushing me off. You're not keeping your appointments. You're not doing the work. You're not making the changes that you came up with that you Mike. So those are you have to call them out on. It gets my job as a coach but then you get the others that I've come to a point I have have to do better or WanNa lay better and so my strength. I mean they're not GonNa get me in to help the midday business plan without get need to help the weekday emotionally intelligence type off behavious with a star so institute question. I think it's authentic having empathy and listening if you start with ours and really really show up as being authentic because people can sense of a fake. It's like when you do that. Later manager comes rushing by in all. Oh Hey you have the numbers today. You know I wanna make you their will. Of course he's going to say yeah. They're up there. What else is he gonNA say? You've got ten in seconds It's such an unfair sort of the compensation to hats. So it's really being about las my thought they abso- Conway so you've asking about the the top. Things are troublesome the then accountable star. Let's get back on track. So yes everybody's touchable and I always ask the question I you Kabul and I always I get a bit of a surprise about that but you know sometimes people are told you'll having a Karch you're meeting with her next week so that and sometimes they don't even why Getting courage getting an executive courage is a huge privilege because people are going to invest based in May if that want to investing your so it's a sign that Thi- Investing inured and I want you to be a bit later obtain manager. Whatever it is so everybody's comfortable some just take a little bit longer or disallow A little bit hot is they're saying. Is they decide. You know we have to find a way that woods for them name. And I've always been able to do that. And it's about just having a compensation finding and getting some sort of some feedback from other paperless missile. And it's really really interesting. Interesting real world experience. See there thank you so much gnat appreciate that. I've tried to were a cod on my leadership. In the last couple of months of being very introspective in the in watch mutation and do a lot of work with freelances by why they upward platform. Just helping me for shows running ads and also to lot bits and bobs in bits and pieces and as the people that are listening in you probably know yourself is a lot all that stuff. He's a commodity and I may not with the greatest of respect but if I need somebody to run some Atwood's ozzy awesome mutually bads formula. Could just put that out there. I know by thirty people that apply for that job in the next twenty minutes and I'll be able to find one of the world's most skillful people right there and then if I don't work out for me in the next dial two I'll just get another one there and that's what I mean by commodity I realized I I've been listening to Holy Shit cost myself and I was sort of. You've made me Baylor introspective. How could you be a better later? 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"loughgall" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

56:08 min | 2 years ago

"loughgall" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Guru through <hes>. We are here in royal oak taping our podcast today which is gonna be incredibly interesting because it's about me. They love it under that voice over there. That's my beloved julie. She is back with me. A you know god. I'm so glad you're here. I when i tape last time i was looking across your weren't there. It was like really sad. There were no big ugly is louie go for it. You know it's awesome but you do. You know how much i miss you. It's time you know when you here by yourself and it's kind of like a little lonely over there. I can imagine so. It's glad to have you back. We're very glad to having back. Thank you absolutely and <hes> we're so. We have an interesting show today. Today is about well. I figured after this is our eleventh show what kind of happy about that yeah that after eleven shows maybe we should get to know who guru is just a little bit more right sounds good so i'm liz read and i'm a psychotherapist and i decided a long time ago that it was a really good idea after coming ashore here and talking with family early and an ongoing love of wanting to be on the radio that i would create a little podcast that help people with mental health and help them to figure out what's going on with them but this has also been a really long journey for me from the beginnings of my life to where i am now and so i thought it was a great idea if we got to know who well i am in have usually kinda. Sorta interview me. Let's delve into your story but remember the disclaimer though the disclose the information in the podcast is for educational purposes only and is not meant to replace treatment or diagnosis by a qualified mental health professional okay so here we are arms so before we get into the riveting in my life. I want to mention that <hes> i wanted to do <hes> i wanted to just <hes> give a definition about alcoholism okay. I don't what do you think the definition of alcoholism is someone well a. I don't know it's kind of weird right kind of abuse it and abuse alcohol and so you kind of think of somebody who is on you know we think of alcoholic and this is where stigmas come in correct somebody who is on skid row together can't you know function on on any way late level shape or form but the definition according to the you know <hes> what is it britannica <hes> what is alcoholism addiction to the consumption of alcohol or the mental illness and compulsive behavior resulting from alcohol dependency so i'm glad that it takes into consideration that it is a mental illness <hes> they don't have disease in there you know is our predisposition to wanting to use alcohol and drugs six to help <hes> in my case i have both i have the genetic component and i also had the situational component <hes> both of those else going along together led to my demise which was approximately about two and a half to three years that wanna okay but anyway delving into that where shall we start well. Let's start with your childhood fun. Whatever you would tell me about that and then i also had some questions about what role alcohol played at your your home. You know that sort of thing so i was raised in grosse pointe which is a beautiful area. Yeah i was born and raised in grosse pointe. My father <hes> was able to get that that house <hes> at some point in his i think he actually borrowed money from his boss by that house. Oh which he paid you know after died. The life insurance helped paid aid that off but we were happy. My mom wanted stability for her children. She had five kids in the last two five. I will be fifty eight knack tober october thirteenth. Yes i was a our home was a very loving loving loving home. My mother was very loving my father. Although had many demons many demons he was <hes> used he was shipped out his his he was illegitimate which was unheard of in the twenty s okay and illegitimate child and he was shipped off to go work <hes> in tennessee with a family and his the people that took care of him. The man who was taking from his family was very abusive to him a lot of horrible. Things yet was terrible. I mean i get all this. This is all information i get from my mom and my sister whole secondhand so long story short my father <hes> had only had had a seventh grade education but became a fighter pilot in the air force is a very very smart very intelligent man and so he and my mother married after knowing each other seven days oh. I didn't know that yeah it was really. Are you kidding me. I swear they were both days. They married after seven days. How do you yes yes even plan that well wow they were both out on dates with other people with my crazy aunt shirley who wasn't really everyone is crazy. Yeah well geico. You're not crazy yeah and so <hes> they're out on dates with other people and my dad guest turned to my mom. He was home on leave. Okay okay and from the air force and he was an officer he said listen. I'm i've gotta go pick my mom up to come with me and then she said yeah and they left their dates and took off together and otley. Well oddly are unbelievably. I don't think my mom was always straightforward wouldn't lie about this <hes> they they just after seven days they didn't have sex or anything like that went across the border i think in ohio and got married and then he had to fly back to maryland my sister's. It's gonna correct biennale this because she's elvis but i to maryland. I believe he had to go back to and she didn't see him for several months he sent for her is that while and so then it was several years before they had my sister friend my mom had friend when she was saying teen france the oldest of cow the kids and then there's three boys in between and then there's me so <hes> so then okay so mom dad mary they were very happy and then <hes> but daddy was a volatile man very passionate. <hes> had a lot of demons <hes> he was he was a drinker a hard drinker but not an alcoholic like he could go you know he didn't drink all the time he's just a real passionate guy and he could be explosive and he and my mom we're very much in love. So when i was six years old <hes> my father was killed in a plane crash and he was like i said a pilot he's flying out of city airport here. In detroit is everybody knows and <hes> so daddy went out rented a plane in he was going to chicago and unswayed back. He complained of chest pains and crashed year port family. Don't get me mad at me. If i've any of this sort of kind of wrong because is it derives secondary fifth and tenth information. You were young very young. I was sold six years old and so as an end of that story we fast forward many years i i was nineteen years old and visiting my mother's half sister in arizona when i was told that my father committed suicide in that plane crash said he did it deliberately. How oh did you process that well first of all i was like that's before cell phones or anything. I was pretty hysterical. Like what the hell where did that come from audio about any of that so that was really really hard for me to deal with really upsetting so that was hidden from yeah late night you know my mom. Jury was always out on went. Oh <hes> so she thought why even wise it. Why even say something that to your children you know when we didn't know but my dad was like a rockstar. Sorry i mean in reality not donald trump in reality reclaims rockstar. No dad was a super handsome super cool super charismatic arithmetic funny man had a lot of friends very well light but some bad things that happen through his work and and he went fell into a deep deep depression and and so we think that that was what exacerbated the suicide and there was a life insurance policy and that would take care of all of us he died so and so we really think that was where were dead in a weirdo so you do think it was yeah usa now okay yeah yeah we do know now that we've talked about it in the years have gone on worth so consequently. I grew up with my my mom. <hes> she remarried <hes> many years later but you know i was very tight with my mom very close with her because because she was single she didn't have much money and i was always with her and she was working and <hes> and then she married a man who was an alcoholic or at that one some could oh boy okay. So how old were you <hes> eleven. I was eleven by the time she married him. Okay so five years later <hes> and and <hes> that was bad. Oh that was a lot of trauma then that was really really hard because he wasn't just like an alcoholic. He was a falling down. Drunken alcoholic passed out now now mind you. He was an ex-navy fatal fighter pilot <hes> but he had lost his wife and everything to alcoholism. My mom met him actually in a my mom i'll go in and out of a just to like not drink so much. I think she liked the social aspect of it. 'cause my mom was not an alcoholic. She was she could give or take it depending on what was going going on so i think she liked the social aspect interesting yeah i don't know and so she met him through that and he he was a nice enough man but he really had it is from the first two years. He was literally in and out of rehab. Brighton is all we had those days member so he would go to brighton income back and be okay and and then finally he went on and abuse and re maintain his sobriety oh and that lasted until he died when he went on what an abuse it is the earliest form of <hes> like a deterrent to alcohol. If you take an abuse on a daily basis you violently l. k. violently of you ingest any alcohol so we have to watch out for salad dressings. You watch out for all kinds of stuff so let's fast forward. <hes> about a lot of shit goes on in their you know their danny was addicted to drugs <hes> hardcore <hes> it was just vietnam only went on for like two years. I've mentioned it before but that was rough after of an of my father's death maybe only a year that i don't know hard <hes> <hes> go ahead. Do you remember as a six year old experiencing grief you for june yeah like it was yesterday. Oh okay. I remember all processing in going through the whole thing and <hes> yeah see daddy was always away on trips okay. He was always flying somewhere so when he came home it was like oh okay so excited to see daddy. We go the airport with daddy. We'd go to the bar are with daddy. Okay his friend the bar across the street which is a happy landing and it was a great time whenever daddy was around but for the most part i love my mama's allah my mom to do every the best she could yeah with all these kids and so so there is a lot of trauma when i was young and there was a lot of inconsistency and then my stepfather came into the picture now alcohol looking you know indeed that bullshit right the last thing any of us needed right so so anyways went to high school graduated from high i school i. I skipped a year. I was held back in the first grade because my father's death. Oh and i say that i say that because that's very important to my self esteem and how i felt about myself because i felt stupid. I thought it was dumb. The held back my mom actually insisted that i be held back because i was really we kind of off in la la land. I was kind of like yeah everything's fine. I think i'm getting a monkey deeply connect so what was going on and you know constantly. All of my teachers were always saying to my mom. She's not applying yourself. She's very smart. Alvan mom thought it was probably a good idea to hold back when in fact it was is probably a really bad idea and i know now with all the patients. I've seen that have been held back. It just was one year where they did first and second graders in the same in class at one point so i was in the first grade class again with all my second okay got so i just so okay. I remember similar miller situation. I don't remember. I think it was anyway. Fifth sixth grade yeah yeah so that just ingrained in my head. You're behind. I'm i'm dom so at that point to make up for that. I remember over the summer learning to read really well coming in the top reading classes in my remembering correctly that didn't you the teacher who is really callous about the father. What did y'all me about that was in the i think i mentioned it on the podcast. In after daddy had died and we finally went back to the school. I went up to her. She was just a very disciplined mean teacher and i said hey listen you know <hes>. Did you know my daddy died and she said yeah. I did go sit down off as you kidding yeah and that just like his yard were there. Did you have like a counselor that reached out just through school. My mom had be with account l. Pay was helping me and she was a really nice lady. I don't remember her but i used to go see her okay. So you know some intervention positive. Oh yeah my mom gary everything. She could my brother danny who was suffering a therapist and you know <hes> in those days. Not everybody went to a therapist correct. Late sixties steve sure early seventies didn't really happen but <hes> but we made i mean we got by and one thing i can say about my mama's constant love. She was always so he's walking by her putting us on the back petting her head or kissing us or loving us telling us a wonderful we were. She was a good mom. She really was and she did the best that she could with what she had. You know we didn't have much money though so that was from grosse pointe right l. said biden right yeah yeah just like when we had an apartment in in rochester we had this tiny little right next was a sub with huge houses. Just when tori was a newborn yeah just really magnified it. I'd like sure sure you can play at their house. Yeah absolutely you know but it was but it was a good show we had a good home and then ray got so where everything got much better and there chris fighting with the boys with ray and that kind of stuff but after they moved out and moved on but the thing that was also going on with my mother was very dependent on me oh i remember yeah emotional maker laugh to be there with her and so that was emotionally draining for me suffocating very very very suffocating and i have to shout out to my sister fran if it weren't for my sister fran when we were going through some really really really bad times when i was young long. I knew what i was going to start cranking. That's okay. I might not reserved for me. I know you talk about her a lot fran. She loves yeah yeah and the rest of you guys yes she would come pick me up and bring me to her house and take care of me and i'll l. always be indebted turf for that 'cause she was a really good sister and in love very much for that so i'm gonna try this. Sorry it's okay. It's a lot to get to too but yeah anyways. I don't know what i'd do without her. I love you more than anything. In the world fran you know it so anyways <hes> so it as soon as i possibly could when i was i skipped a grade in high school. I i went to summer school to get out early. Oh let's say you made up kind of for lost time what i wanted to yeah and <hes> i moved to west hollywood california. How my brother had was already out there. Okay and i moved out there. Thank you and <hes> jessica. My sweet engineer prompt me some cleaners and so i moved out to southern california i was in l._a. Libanan right in west hollywood and hang a good time and you know that was a wild ride. Let me just point that out. That was just incredible but it was fun. <hes> and then i moved down to my mom kept moving and back and forth coming back and forth the two so i would live with her for a little while and she would need to be with me and that was part of the suffocation sure and then she'd go back and that was difficult and then i ended ended up moving in with boyfriend who was eight years older than i was and i was only at this time by about nineteen years old and was very dominant very controlling <music> so that was an easy 'cause i felt he made me feel stupid. You know everything is kind of dumb and that probably triggered some of the you know when you were feeling yeah yeah <hes> behind sure when you were younger absolutely what came from that was daddy issues. You know i mean i was looking to an older man how to guides me. I never had a father. I mean i remember daddy and most of the time daddy was gone so it was just like these memories of you. You know daddy this daddy that and i'm like i don't remember i was so young sure so he was <hes> extremely good looking but but dominant and maybe feel kinda kinda stupid but like an idiot i stayed with them for like seven years until i finally okay broke up with him and so that was a very volatile time for me. You know <hes> but i didn't drink drink that much. I was in the restaurant business. I had got my degree in culinary arts from in palm desert and so i was cooking and i was also waiting tables and bartending and doing all that and it wasn't even twenty one yet okay so you know what's going on in nineteen twenty and then as we got i got older i started opening restaurants with him and traveling around the country and then eventually left him about seven years later then moved back to michigan and <hes> met my my f- my husband bob who was my first husband bob and i was with bob for many years and we listen. I want to add this because all my addicted. <hes> patients can relate to this little bit. Bob had good money in some money but i really helped create him to be a really successful businessman man and we used to go out and party and drink and have a good time and that's when he was in the nineties people doing cocaine you know so i was doing coke and partying and working. I also got another another degree in nail tax so i was doing nails at the same time and this is what you call your fun. Now you add alchoholic and look at my nails. Thanks thanks thanks so i'd hell of a good time. We traveled. We went to all kinds of different tropical islands. I drove beautiful cars cars. We had plenty of money. We moved down to nashville tennessee to for his business <hes>. It was not a bad time right right but that wasn't somebody. I'm going to say this and this is gonna sound very shallow. So what was i twenty. Five twenty four twenty five met him be pretty much bought and paid wait for me. You know what i'm saying. I'd love him constantly showering me with gifts and is by far better looking than he was but he would shy. That's my shallow side. He was showering me with gifts and taking me places trips and doing things and so it just seemed like the right thing to marry him. You know i'm like okay. I'll marry you after like four four years remarried and let me move down to nashville and then <hes> then i started realizing there's only so much yeah traveling aveling you can do so many restaurant restaurants so many lunches so many dinner so many hours. You can buy new things before you say to yourself. I need a life life. Yeah you know i need life and at that point i was like i don't wanna do any drugs anymore. I don't wanna do any coach. 'cause i my anxiety by the way right he that's too bad yes. I'm sorry coming off when i start getting ford now. This is good <hes> backtrack. You mentioned to me that your first anxiety attack was at age nineteen not yes you remember what triggered that well. I think it was lack of sleep okay because this happened my brother hale and my brother dan okay so it runs in my family around the same age. It's usually pretty typically around that a <hes>. I hadn't had much sleep kurten ai first boyfriend my big time boyfriend who was eight years old i had flown on from. We are opening a restaurant in texas. We had flown black back to <hes> san diego california to go whale watching i had no. I remember yes much sleep. I was exhausted. You've been drinking and partying and having a good time and all of a sudden. I was like ooh. I'm in the twilight zone. I'm like what is wrong with with me so that i went through hundreds of batteries of tests doctors and this and that the whole trip was ruined and and they're like there's nothing wrong okay and the reason i chuckled. I'm sorry you're not expense but that whale-watching is often viewed as a zen experience free. I remember the first time i asked you your anxiety yeah well my first <hes> heidi attack when i was whale-watching and i was just having picturing that it's totally true i mean but again that's the point of anxiety it yes hot like it's dependent on the environment your environment it could be just as peaceful as can be a yoga class you could add having the full blown anxiety exactly. That's why it's so difficult that happened to my knees. The other day i have a niece who's unfortunately gotten pain from our side of the family and she had an anxiety attack in the shower and so i have had used to have and and then from then on i started having his idea tax in the shower. Oh my god yeah and the heat you know sometimes the water and say okay. Maybe maybe that you feel somewhat trap. Maybe i don't know what it is this day. I don't really being in the shower. He was still in there. I don't like this place here along. You my head over there. I do like soap though i just bought a bunch of nine nine new friends so calming fragrant of course of course so so anyway that panic attack had been battery batteries of tests. Everything came back normal those days. You didn't talk about an exciting so i talked my mom mom. I call my mom all the time. We're deeply connected. You know even though i couldn't live with her because she would smother me so much. Okay mom listen. I'm freaking out. She's i get saying zaidi. It's okay so she had never talked to about that but that's me all zero. I had some anxiety oddly that problem earlier but now it's shifted to depress yeah yes <hes> but i remember of course my mom. I think didn't say anything because she was like. I wanted to give her the idea. You know that might happen to her. Put like put a seed eden her out so yeah i had the same things absolutely and their sisters to each other. They can run in tandem. My mother ahead meander oppressive problems but i my sister has depression issues but my <hes> my two brothers and myself. We have really bad anxiety b._m._i. Brother rob. I think also but anyways my mom said in her loving god love okay the only thing she knew what to do. Nobody give you any medicine for anything. Then couldn't get does inex- or valium or anything like that done o- especially not at that age what all the twenty two okay you know at this point nineteen twenty you know they're like no way <hes> my mom said have a drink. You'll feel better and she was right. She was right. I did feel better yeah. It makes sense as depressant person. It's a sedative okay and yeah it worked and so i was like okay. I'm in the restaurant business. I'm a bartender. I'm running around back here. I'm cooking. I'm doing this and that so to say the bowl. It's it's so accessible so i just you know look at the bartender. I just made myself little around on no not at all shut down and i'm like okay but even then julia wasn't no problem yet. It's still so probably too. It was just helping so all. I know what yeah so so as we go forward is situational comes into this so so okay now we're fast forwarding again married to bob and i'm in nashville and i am an unhappy wealthy off the housewife in a gilded cage. Oh yes you have everything. Oh isn't that. I that is the worst. I've experienced. Where tech i i mean on paper. Life fricken fabulous absolutely sure crappy. Oh i just got back home. I don't have to work. I have a brand new b._m._w. In the driveway and all the all new two carat diamond i've got this. I've got that i've got an emerald you bought me and while we were in saint. Thomas and i'm like i'm miserable and then you you feel like what the hell's wrong with you okay well. I don't have the emeralds and diamonds. I'll say that but like i you know pe- people would say oh my gosh if such a loving husband and drake beautiful oh kids and cetera et cetera then you know yeah well so part of that and then all beauty without and then and bob and i had a really bad car accident to. I don't know who told you about that. You know that serious car accident he was. We were cold sober cold so okay and i'm going to fast forward through all this so we're not gonna have enough time <hes> we. We were coming home from the gym because we're everything it was a normal. Life was wasted day in and day out. Okay <hes> <hes> we we were coming home. From the gym came over a hill you know nashville super hilly and somebody had slammed on the brakes in front of us and i tried to get around on a brand new mazda miata at that point and hit a tree tree pulled us in my my husband broke his neck. I broke my wrist in half both of my knees i was in a wheelchair. It was really really really bad. He was in a halo for three months. Yeah that was a deep thing and so anyways at that point. I remember saying to myself my god. What if he's paralyzed for life. Oh then like i don't. I don't think i love him enough. Sorry saab yeah. Sorry bob hill. Nobody listens anyway. I just don't think i love him and i'll take care of i. I don't love in that much and then also. I was going through all my my serious. Endometriosis promises well severe endometriosis and the doctors were saying. You need to have baby. If you're gonna have a baby. You need to have one now and i'm like i don't love him enough to have a baby with them. I don't so hey when he was healthy. Long healthy and i was healthy and everything thing you know is in perspective like i don't want to be here. I don't want to be with them yeah so i left him nashville and move back to michigan wartime and and <hes> went back into the restaurant business abs catering doing all kinds of stuff like that and <hes> found myself a little boy for a couple years he was ten years younger than when i was that was fun but you know what that gets boring after a while because they're stupid okay he was. He was like twenty four thirty four years. Hold at this point. It's like okay. There's only so much fun you can have and <hes> and then it was like okay. I need to get back to reality and get going on with my life and visited but i was drinking a little bit more than normal then oh because i was unhappy okay. I'm like now. What do i do right unfulfilled. What do i need to do and i kept saying every time i got drunk like i tell everybody nobody on here. I go back to what makes me sad. I don't have an education. I need an education. I want an education. Even though you had the culinary elon airy i wanted college degree okay all right so i wanted so so then enter four years later. I'm you know i'm catering. I'm open restaurants still doing stuff like that. Ding ding ding curtis or curt. Sorry scott my husband my current husband now yes. This is an interesting story yeah so you knew each other. When we were twelve years old. His sister was married to my brother. You get that his sister was married to my brother. We have we have nieces dion. We lost is touch with each other in the girls when i we were like twelve or thirteen they everybody moved to arizona okay so he found me many years later after i divorced bob and he had divorced his wife who was a drug addict yeah and he had a small child she was six years old. He invited me out for a visit. We always been had a deep connection really liked each other a lot. I flew out there and i stayed. <hes> remarried a year later. Okay okay so at that. Time is when things got ugly yes in this one. I her yeah things. We started to get ugly because he had an ex wife who was a drug addict who had an overbearing family that wanted his daughter <hes> uh-huh okay. They didn't want their her name's tori. They wanted her to live with them and scott was a perfectly able bodied man who wanted to raise a child and her mother was out running the streets using drugs and they glossed over the fact that she was a drug addict. Oh yeah they mijas aided in and out of jail and she ended ended up dying. Yes she did she died. We're does last year <hes> of an overdose of methods last year. Maybe it was two years ago. Maybe it was two years ago but <hes> so she left tori and scott when she was three tori was three years old. That's how it was raising on his own by her parents her her mom i'm in her stepdad were overly involved in trying to taking scott back and forth from court trying to get custody of horry and then when i moved in there and tori was like emam image she started calling me telling mommy i was a room mother. She loved me and her grandparents did not like that. They did not like that so they drag. Louise out of a drug house is usual the mom the mom and <hes> start taking having paying for her to have an apartment department and this and that now she's pregnant again with another guy's baby and and they're they're all they're being pie buying her homes and in apartments and stuff so that she can be this mom that she's incapable of being and <hes> and i love tori very much she was mike but are you gonna cry no but they he kept not yet but they kept dragging me in and out in and our of courtrooms and trying to get tori away from us and then scott sizzler guy or any of that their daughter is to drugs and you're stable and they they can't see what's best for her so i had never been around around. Anything say never been around. This was like white trash at its finest. I mean i could. I'd never been around people that were this vindictive. They were sending the police to the house on many occasions and you know to saint claiming that i was beating tore. Your scott was this or that. It was a war that was going on that. I didn't even know i was going into so cocktail hour started getting earlier and earlier and earlier but i was functioning and doing fine you know for for quite a while but then it got to be just too much and then it was like okay. I need a drink. I can't sleep. I need a little glass of wine and then then it started to get get ugly then it was like okay this is only when tori wasn't with us by the way pointed out i mean we would drink when she was around but never like tonight's capacity and then things he's just started getting really really bad and i would drink for a couple of days time when she was with us and i wouldn't be able to get out of bed and i wouldn't be able to pull it together and i was just crying dying and just calling and crying ugly. Were you working. Yes i was a caterer like to the who's who of arizona like. I used to take care of the the attorney general. I wish his caterer k. and i was a private chef to a bunch of different doctors so you were able to maintain that thea yeah so kind of drink when on days off or we when you tori kind of binge drink yes binge drink for days at a time and see see with my anxiety. I couldn't you know that's all sugar. I couldn't handle the detox. Start the physical need that what i started coming off and i would just just be a shaking manually. I'd be having one panic attack after another so i knew if i had a drink i'd feel better i drink. I'll feel better and that's a vicious cycle now. Just chasing your tail. You said that would even to start right in the morning. Oh i can't imagine in the middle of the nine mil the night. I'd wake up in the middle of the night. Yes us yeah and have to have something to drink in order to go back to bed. It was a horrible horrible and it wasn't what i wanted for myself. No no not at all isn't solving anything masking everything making everything worse. Everything worse and scott was worried about me and didn't know what to do and you know and so at one point i went into went to detox got myself detox in but i had no intention of quitting a okay. I was like okay. I'll just we're up and get it together. And i think early detection release. It's one of those sodas only there for like three or four right yeah no and and so i came home and <hes> i said well just drink beer drink wine. I'll be okay emma as opposed to the yeah okay so <hes> that worked for a little while very little while and then i was back back on the train again benching here and there and just saying you know what do i want to do with my life. What am i gonna do and god loved my sister one more time i could call her. I call my mom they. They were always there for the home. Just get the hell out of there. I'm like i can't abandon scott. I can't abandoned his daughter. I've got help them. I've gotta do ryan oh boy and then and <hes> and then as i was telling you you know i have a lot of pets a lot of animals and and <hes> one day <hes> this you know when i was really in a particularly particularly bad way i had been on a bender for couple of days and <hes> i looked over at my dog body and who was my ever faithful companion with me day in and day out he was a massive rhodesian ridgeback and he was so beautiful and he was just so worried about me. Yeah i could tell just feel. I swear they just miss ellie young. Oh i know i know i'm going to cry now. I know and i just was like i've got to do something. I have to to do something. I care more about myself than this right well then also. Didn't you say one thing that or maybe already said this that <hes> even before you took a drink you start to feel relief. Oh that was weird. Okay so i'll tell you <hes> <hes> what happened with that yeah i was sitting down prior to that that months prior to stayed with me having a normal day rank all day it was just a normal functioning day going to work but five o'clock was cocktail hour my home my my whole life. I mean that's what i was used to. You know you had drinks in the evening and which was fine then you went to bed got up nerves normal get hammered completely island armor do no but i remember having a really bad day sitting down mixing a drink. I'm starting to feel better already when i used to drink and then when i took a sip out of the a drink i was like my dose of optimism. I called it immediately. I was like i feel better. Everything's gonna be oh. I can do this you know and then i was like okay liz is it hasn't even reached her right lead system right. Yes even affected your brain or body yet so this is a mental thing. This isn't an senate alcohol thing. This is a way you think is wrong so <hes> that's good and that's yeah good very in a way that <hes> okay so you had the physical detox then what you had to deal with on recovery and his mental the emotional mental yup addiction <hes> so oh i mean it's good that you realize it but then it's it's not just like you could go in and physically detox. No i'm good you had more deal. Exactly that's where a lot of people fail. They think they just need to write in. You know it's very dangerous with all the say i know it's dangerous to detox alcohol. You didn't have a seizure seizure. I i very prominent how extreme it was yeah. Uber danger sat and benzodiazepines or anything like that okay so <hes> so that's when i was like after looking at buddy and stuff i see that gotta end and so i called scott at work and i said you gotta pick me up. I've made all the reservations. I was drunk. Uh-huh i need you to take me to detox house. Drop me off okay and <hes> and he came home. I had begged packed and he did. He dropped me off and i was there for like four or five days and that's a rough gig. Okay coming off alcohol okay. They put you on a on a <hes> phenobarbitol regimen woman so okay. Barbital is a sedative as well so it mimics a lot of like what alcohol will do ingest alcohol so but this slowly weans you off so you can't have a seizure elkin so <hes> in it calms you down and relaxes you but still they don't give you enough so you're just like hey what's going go together but i think i can survive your shake like kind of like. I was raw from head to toe like somebody had cut this fully. Yes it's none other people or by other people in there okay bunch other people in there i mean i have a lot of funny stories about being in there with people. I'm crazy but if you can't laugh you know we're gonna say we just all i would do is eat ice chips out of the freezer. I needed like this giant ice pick to get ice chips out of that's all i wanted was ice chips yeah. They let you have an ice heck lord. I just remember looking over this one guy god love him. He was massey came in way after a couple of days later and i'm like hey can you can. We get some ice chips out of here. I really need some ice in my real thing about ice and water and he's like honey. I just can't see her doc. You mean at icepick help you like oh man. I'm sorry okay so he did come over trying to help the whack off if a chunk so then i was like calling my mom and my sister from rehill you could call for yeah you could call mike loughgall detox in haas okay and he had to go to a meanings all day and stuff like that and my mom and my sister you know they'd get me laughing and we you know we all have the same sense of humor and we joked about what's going i went on there and how ridiculously insane which it was it was just crazy town but like i was telling you on a serious note though jewels like we were talking king yesterday i would look out the window and see people walking in their cars and just say i would give anything to be that man that woman anybody but who i am right now because i don't know that i can do this. I am insane right now. I feel insane. I feel filleted fish. I feel like i am shaking intern elite elite like a like a bobble head. I mean i was just just getting teary-eyed yeah. It's just choral. Even though i didn't go through detox mhm you know i went through a similar experience yes and it up on the psychiatric floor yeah of you them <hes> which you know i never saw coming. Yes never saw coming. I mean i always have to say okay first of all. I'm a stable person to stabilize. This is not common for mean. I mean this is disclaimer gay. I was but oh god liz that feeling. I yeah so remember that so clearly looking out the window oh yeah and just watching everyone lived their life and just assume everyone's normal while i just beyond distraught yeah i remember i was near the nurses station and i would listen to them and they joke around yeah laughing living their normal life and i would just get so mad adam like laughing when i am in this kind of p._o. I remember just <hes>. How would you feel that way just from <hes>. It's so solely maddening exactly well innings. I eighty right. I was like i'm never gonna come out of this. I'm never going to be okay but but i must say what i did know is i was never going to drink again. I said to myself if i survive this. Okay i will never take a drink again rather other honest to god in all truthfulness but a mullet in my head before okay you could drink again because it is not solve my anxiety. It hasn't helped with relationships ships hasn't done anything but ruin my life all right and i know i'm capable of so much more you know and i'm going to get through this and you know. My husband didn't know how to deal with this just kamata morgan he his ex wife was a drug addict all kinds of bullshit with her right and now he's got me <hes> you know <hes> and he didn't know what the hell to do <hes> <music> so he wasn't coming to see me or anything like that and and he didn't know what to do. I honestly think and he's going to deny this but i think he probably thought we'd divorce immediately. Okay after i got out but he did not believe that i was going to remain sober and i did so that gave me a whole lot of clarity on what the hell was really going on glenn i it didn't have drinks to fall back on but when i got home from detox like i told you pick me up with a with a tallboy between likes lovely lovely mister sensitive. I love you honey but jesus we do yes. He's changed a lot since then but i don't know i don't know what allie was thinking but anyways <hes> when i got home i couldn't sleep julie. Oh i couldn't sleep. I was a good sleeper. You know going to sleep without having drink i or anything there was like okay hello. I'm wide awake. What time is it to <hes>. What do i do so. Just i read self help books one right after after another yep yep. I had to identify who i was. I was like i was and what was going on and what was the problem and what am i going to do about it and that editor and it was super helpful like i attribute and i give great kudos and i was actually asked to be on the dr phil show after i wrote them a letter about how life strategies thunder under phil's original help me when i read it drunk the first time it didn't work when i read a second time you know sober the exercises. I realized i was a victim. Victim was living in a victim mentality. I was just i was nothing but feeling sorry for myself and i had every right to feel sorry for myself. It was a._b._c._d. F._b._i. <music> messing with me and going wrong but you can't let that determine you just completely falling apart at the seams and using alcohol's a crutch or any drug that matter right yep so <hes> i read and i read and i read the a._a. Meetings i went to every meeting. I just remember going to the nurses going. What do i do. How do i make this easier. Oh you know i and well liz. When you get out of here. Ninety meetings ninety days <hes> you gotta go to outpatient therapy okay. Hey we signed me up and then you need regular therapist to got that i'll do that. Thank god my husband had great insurance through the city of phoenix so every day. I went to a meeting downtown phoenix. I think i told you everybody there was hispanic except for me. Okay except for me and i'm like hi. I'm liz and and there's like all men who was all meant. I asked was their outcome. I asked was there and this is what i try to tell my patients. You have to do the work. I'm with you yes concept except for sure and he asked his journey you take a loan. Yes my thinking. <hes> i really really i believe this going into it. I'll just go to u. of m. They're the best hospital in the machine michigan sure they're just on hand and and literally. I was like they will know what to do. They will know how to fix me and when i came out and i was still depressed i was beyond distraught bad yeah. It wasn't until well then i have second hospitalization which was fun. Talk about that so the only thing better right right right from the best facility to one of the worst but anyway <hes> now i lost my train of thought delving into my my whatever i know just this realization that it is truly up to me me <hes> and then a second realization well that i had to do the work your researched yeah. I did exactly what you did but the third one was patients patients. Yes i had on austin with my recovery. I am not going to give myself a date. I am not going to have this unrealistic expectation listen. I'm not going to beat myself up for not feeling better in week. Two weeks yeah six months <hes> i swear that those three things owning it up owning his own news and <hes> doing the work and being patient i would say for me was like which which by the away and i forgot to do this at the beginning of the session i wanted to i want to dedicate this to my patient bill who suffering right now terribly with his alcohol addiction and we've been on and off the phone. I'm desperately trying to get him into treatment right now and i think he just might do it and build this is dedicated to you. I love you buddy. I'm here for you every inch of the way you've got me if you don't have anybody else and i want you to know that <hes> and that's the thing the family gets pissed off. They get frustrated. They get tired of it. It gets and too much for god and so so you can't look to them to be there for you every single minute of every day because it's an ever remember them asking me. What are you gonna do. If you feel like taking a drink drink and there's not going to be any time to call a sponsor anything. I've got to be able to take care myself right now right so i knew that so that was huge. Okay okay so i went to. I went to a every day. I went to outpatient treatment every day and then <hes> that went on for several months graduated from that and then i took on a therapist sylvia hernandez. I love you more than life itself. She truly was in instrumental in helping me because she never judged me right. She just was like what's up. What's going on today. You know she was so supportive so loving and so kind to me. She never told me to leave anybody a you're doing. I think she just listened. Why set upsetting got upsetting me. I see you looking over there. That's how i felt like my experience experiences with you so emotional over here. Dammit were real. Give me the cleveland. Thank thank you so sweet but it's true it is the most people in your license and turned upside down for for sure and that's the thing you just need somebody to listen and tell you you're gonna be okay. It's great because you you know you don't need a pep talk. You don't need need somebody to yell at you right. You just need somebody to really listen and true confirmed that you're not nuts for right field right. Oh exactly so okay so i got sober and the crazy shit was still going on around that house and <hes> and my husband didn't know what to do with what was going on and he he always he always had had and he still does but nothing like you used to anger issues. He's got issues with mother and with his child. Kinda was turning on adam and pointing going with the grandparents had money he was getting resentful and so he was getting angry and i was like <hes>. I don't think we're gonna make it. I need to detach for a while and i told him i said i need to go home. This was this was several years later so let me see i got sober in two thousand one and i left him in two thousand five oh and moved back. I'd been going to school in between there too. <hes> i was going to university of phoenix college for a couple of years. I was going to be a nurse. I thought it was gonna be a nurse so i i moved back home to help. Take care of my mom who is aging and not doing well and i. I needed help with her. That was a nightmare. If that wasn't gonna make be start drinking again command <hes> this beautiful relationship i'd had with my mother for all these years now that she was aging and getting cranky and didn't wanna do due to feel better return into old -cremento absolutely we started arguing and fighting and i'm like i am not going to let this relationship with all these beautiful years and with us fighting. It's not gonna work house and <hes> so you know that was very taxing in trying and then scott really worked hard on getting a relationship back together. I mean he was calling me all the time. He came out for visit. He's like listen. I was an asshole. I love you. I'll do anything to be with you. Blah blah blah in you know in full disclosure. I i will admit you know i was talking to another man while he was deciding to aleve scott and i was talking to him on the phone he was a guy i knew in high school and <hes> it was one of those emotional relationships we talk about right sure and and <hes> scott called him up found out and called him up and said hey listen. I'm a terrible husband. Oh i've been lousy husband and i know it and yeah. I know you don't love her like i love her and i would do anything for her and you won't and i just want you to stay away from her and i had to give scott a lot of credit for that yeah and i knew that this guy wasn't very stable and i'll tell you why because after i told him i didn't want to talk to him any longer he ended up committing suicide. He shot himself in the head. Liz louis yeah yeah it was bad by the way that's the second boyfriend i had who committed suicide. My high school love did toured the word. Do you can pick them. Do you think that's part of the reason you ended up. As a therapist honey i ended up as a therapist because all because of the okay okay then they're done that ben there done that honestly ben through some weird is like the time so you got into me getting better yet. Come on come on well we have. We saw some of it steps. Okay yes some of the steps. What i like is you. You said like that. You don't have time to drink anymore. Like this. You know what i mean you. You filled your life up so much with meaningful things shirl and absolute matter too <hes> because i know people. Would you know ask like the rescue or any recovering okay. Do you miss it as it so hard. You wanna just do miss at times because wine. Tastings hastings were my favorite thing in the world very i worked at opus. One was very <hes> into wine tastings only thing i mrs is wine tastings but it's it's not worth it lick. That liquid is not going to life right now where i am now but i like when you say well you know in general i don't miss it be no you you found all this extra time and energy. You didn't have before right. There's so much to do when you're sober. There's so many things you <hes> you know. Literally you can go out past dark okay without worrying about getting a d._u._i. Honest to god yeah little things like that you know i never left the house pass five because loves to scare to new d._u._i. Which by the way i did like nineteen years prior to that unlike one of those pullover things in arizona. You know that was a that's a whole long story. Sometimes it's hilarious how larry me in jail that was fun. Oh you have to everybody in arizona's go to jail overnight. No matter what no matter what no matter who you are you have to pick a day and go even diana ross said to go to jail. Young people get really upset about that but everybody has to go so we're almost out of time but we'll we'll talk more about me another other times. We'll get into more 'cause it's just so riveting but but anyway so where were we so i left scott. I was thinking my mom's scott. You know intervene. You know that whole everything ended scott moved. He said go buy a house. We're selling our property up. North in arizona were selling your home autozone a- and buy a house and bought a house out in the woods and he came to live with me. My mom had eventually go into a nursing home during all this time. It never crossed my mind to have a drink like rather like i said put a bullet in my head than ever drink again. That's the main you know and i enjoyed being empowered in being able to do what i wanted on it and you know go out at night and come home and drive my stupid drunk friends english god. I'm glad i'm not yeah you know that kind of thing yeah and it was like i want to go back to school and be housed therapists and it was an underlying thing for you yup yup and then i wanted something that i could do for the rest of my life because my husband has a serious heart condition and he i had to be put on <hes> medical retirement from the city of phoenix due to his heart and so it was up to me to really help us pull together so i enrolled at u. of vim <hes> u._m. Flint and i graduated with a degree in social work and excuse me and then i had such good gray hey titrate as that was accepted at michigan state in their accelerated program for social work so i did all of that in four years so boom boom boom i graduated with my masters in two thousand twelve and then i'd done my graduate work with a rehabilitation center sacred heart out in richmond and they had asked me to stay on with them. <hes> i had a plethora of jobs. I mean i could work there and then took quite a while to get my you have to have another two two years two thousand hours of steady work before you can even take the task for your masters which was almost impossible that took two years to pass. That's a whole nother yeah. That was that's a whole nother podcast almost took me down but i managed to get through that but what i knew always and forever was that this is the only thing that was important to me is staying sober and and continuing my career so so after i graduated and then i then so the goal was to go into private practice after a certain point which i've done. I've been in private practice for three years now. <hes> i had like four or five jobs. After i left sacred heart to help develop my career. I worked on the psych ward with community mental health. I worked at rose hill working with extremely psychotic people in a residential facility so so i've gotten all these things in my repertoire so that i can work in help every money and and and that has been my so i'm actually three years ahead of schedule and i've got all kinds of shit on the that's gonna come down the pipe. You know more stuff. I wanna work. I'll never retired now but so is celebrated seventeen years of sobriety on the thirteenth eighteen seventeen years of sobriety and <hes> it has been a wild died but it has been the best thing ever did for myself and it's just my goal and love of and and passion to help other people to feel as good as i do and the only thing you have to do is tone.

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"loughgall" Discussed on Misfit Stars

Misfit Stars

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Misfit Stars

"Right. Yeah. This is very excited because we're taking the podcast on the road this summer. We're we're leaving for in like a week. Oh my God. So we only have three weeks of stuff to do before he got the workout. It's cool. We've got these heads at my ex and finally figured out, Jamie finally figured out how to make them work. And so we're doing our inaugural run of podcast recording on the headset mic today deals like Howard Cosell. Well, you look like burger K sir. Yeah. Trying to go for the guy out NBC who always did the Olympics. Who is? He was he. Oh, never mind. Thank you. Yeah. Things are. They clip onto the side of her headphones, we'll post a picture online somewhere this listeners, but they literally it's like a little tiny little, little, boom, microphone that clips onto the European headphones and goes just in front of the corner of our mouth. We really do look like sportscaster. Yeah. Hey, maybe they'll be like a second career for us after we're done with music. We could like go called NBA games or something. Yes. I prefer baseball the pace better. Okay. Great more room to be hyped up and just randomly talk about stuff, NS, Akers lead really D my model. He's amazing. He just because there's so much space in baseball game. And he just use it to talk about random stuff. Well, you're gonna that. Thank you. So visit twenty nine. Everyone. So, hey, this podcast does episodes physically is brought to you by misfit star. Supporting members thank you stars so much. And if you are not a misfit star supporting member and you're wondering what this means it means very simply that, there are some people who through the goodness of their hearts of decided that they would like us to have a small amount of money in American dollars each month, so that we can continue to do this podcast and the other sketchy stuff that we do in our lives. It totally matters. It helps so much, and it just feels so great to have the support of loving, generous, open hearted people. Thank you. Here's the deal if you do not have five dollars a month. I get I've been in a place in my life where that's the deal and please, listen. Please enjoy we love you. We want you here. If you do have five dollars a month and you're like you know what? Maybe I would like to give that five dollars a month. Shannon and Jamie. Just go to misfits, stars dot com. Click on the second big pink button. That says Loughgall all episodes, it'll whiskey to the pages. Sign up, it's easy. You got all this, cool stuff. When you get in there. There's all these member exclusive things that we do. And just like save. Specially for supporting member. And it's really cool, for example, later in this very episode. We're going to be doing two more songs of our new record. Our new Shannon Curtis album, revolutionary acts of optimism. That's going to be kind of after the member exclusive fade out. That's right. So that's two good reasons just in this episodes. Right. So I don't know. You also get access to our private Facebook group online, where we have sometimes vigorous discussions about important thing we scotch and we have schemes in there as well. Time dish. Very if you love the podcast, please consider leaving a glowing five-star review on the podcasts at the end I was gonna say on itunes, but I tunes going away is gone this week rest in peace. I tunes what's amazing. It completely changed how we consume us, and now it's going to be gone in the span of twenty years, just like that completely tends everything, everything. Now it's gone gone. Wow. Really weird. Things are moving fast future. ES leave us a review on apple podcasts that will be really helpful. We have we've got a lot of listeners to this podcast more than I think I knew that we have arrived at a lot of you online. But there's more of you out there that I didn't know about. And I'm just wondering how folks are finding about our cast any great like we for sure have a lot more people who who listen to podcast on weekly basis as per our download certificates. Yeah. Then, then we'll like we were aware of more than almost kind of make sense. Why are you listening to this just Just kidding? kidding reconsider your life choices as Jimmy kinda still being a little bit in the second half of his episode. You're going to debut two more songs from our new record revolutionary acts of optimism. I'm super excited to share these songs with you that we've chosen today, one of them. One of them was one of the songs that I brought to Jamie after I wrote it. And I'm like, I think this is kind of weird, but maybe a good way. And he was like, yeah, good way. So we made it on the record. Shannon's. Bohemian rhapsody, kind of is sort of like a little operetta. Yeah. Only much weirder than bohemian rhapsody. Really great though. It's really, really cool. And. Yeah. Very emotional oddly emotion. Does it has? I'm excited to share that with you. And then the other song, then we're going to debut is just kind of like it's like one of the feel good moments on the record. It's a yeah. It's anyways. Shannon Curtis track piano, voice deep emotions. You're gonna wanna stick around for that. So if you are not yet a member go. Do that. Yeah. That'll be the second half. Can't wait. But I so yeah what do we get into this week, so much a bunch of stuff into it? So you remember last week, we had our friend vowel blah here, making her record. She was here in total for like seven or eight days. Eight days. Is that right? Seven days. I this whatever it was wonderful having her here. She was just an absolute joy to have in our home, in our studio, lovely human. And, and her record is just turning out to be so cool turning out. You guys are done tracking for it. But Jamie, you're still mixing at this point. And yeah, that kind of thing, but gosh, it was just an absolute pleasure from beginning to end and to see somebody's work. Even if it's even when it's not my work when somebody else to see somebody's work, like take shape, and fill in with all the colors like it's just so fun. So exciting. It's like it's like birthing something, you know, meeting, new, people ten songs to people. Yeah, absolutely. It was it was so fun. And I think that I think that thou was really enjoyed the process to it was fun to sort of see it through her is like, when you would bring up an idea for a song and should be like, oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. That, that this is really fun. And I'm so I'm super proud of her to like, she her songs are. Arruda sort of, in a folk kind of place the songs they're great. They're like this combination of. Heart on the sleeve sort of, like, personal experiences, but also these like, like straight up like protest songs like half record feminists lake anthem type songs and and each one of them took on their own personnel. But all of them are sort of rooted in this place kind of from a full perspective in terms of the songwriting, but she was really open to the production ideas that you bring the tip because you don't come from a folk back all like, and she knew that going into the process, obviously, she, she led on at a certain point, why she came to me, because she wanted to go somewhere, different. It's so cool. I love the people are starting to come to me for that. Yeah. But I was thinking about this while she was here to in hearing some of the songs tapes shaped like that's the most interesting thing for me. When I when I hear in terms of music, like when, when a when a song or an artist or whatever starts in some John Ray and then. There's other elements from John res- be through that kind of make their way intersecting with that. That's where the most interesting stuff happens for me musically. You know where it's not predictable where it kind of just takes a left turn into what just happened because it just makes it interesting. You make it makes you want to. Discover more. No, I don't know if everyone's experiences like mine, but I mean I'm forty six now. Right. Which means that I've been listening to music, and a very focused passionate way for, like, I don't know pushing forty years, and I started earlier than some because my dad was super new music on my mom too. But like everyone starts listen to the radio at what age nine ten Levin somewhere in there. Right. Which means that when you get to our age, you've been listening to music for like thirty five years, and I'm sure there are some people who just want to hear very narrow like subset of the things that they're used to us all want wanna hear people who just want to eat the same sort of comfort food, things every meal. I get that. I know there's a lot of us out there who really just want to constantly, try new things and here new things. Not hear the same things. And that's where this thing that you're talking about really comes in. You know what if we took the folk? Yeah. Yes. Cool, and it's a protest album. That's awesome. But what if we also added all these other weird elements to make it unique and different strange gal plenty of touch tones to the original genres, and you have to talk about the players came on the record to man. We're fortunate up here. Like we have so many incredibly talented, musicians, like right in our area totally, and it was great because we were able to hire three of them to work on his record car, part of the budget of this record specifically out for that which is amazing just total side. No. Because like as part of what we do we get to put a little bit of money into lake local musicians pockets, which is freaking awesome to me. That's the good stuff. And so specifically, so we have this, dear friend. His name is Dave Hannan. And he's a singer songwriter in his own right in a really, really good one and a killer guitar player, and he came by a bunch of times, I wanna see came over three different. Day's work on this record, and he played a bunch of acoustic stuff, but also a bunch of electric stuff, and he really just helped defined some of the soul of this record. Yeah. You know. And he's one of those great people who just doesn't play their instrument. Well, but all they want is to take direction and do my ideas like he had a bunch of ideas of his own, and some really interesting things that really helped make little moments in the songs come alive. You know, there's one song this really emotional song vowel row about the passing of her mom, you know. And Dave was like, what if we end the good part of bar early just to let the last vocal hang into space, and it was just like this down the spine inducing thing. Now says idea, I didn't realize that's cool. Yeah. Well, he's, he's, he's experienced. He's made records e-e-e-e-no. He's been doing this for a long time. I met Dave on tour, like I want to say at least ten years ago, and he and I did a short tour together in the northwest like that must have been so fun..

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"loughgall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"loughgall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The great folks alright. Home and remodeling. If you want it done right call. All right. I haven't talked to this guy in a while. He is the. CEO of the Milwaukee milkman now located in Franklin Wisconsin and rock ventures. Mike Zimmerman joining us on the show. Good morning. Mike warning. You know, are you? I'm good. I had to talk to you. I saw the story in the journal sentinel your your debut game. And what a game it was tell the folks what you experienced in the game against the pulse saints last week. Yeah. No, it'd be credible on the first. I've been after for six years. So we made the trip up to hall and. These guys are just they do. They do it. The back in the league their sell out crowd, eight thousand people brand new million dollar stadium. But it was the wild game. We went into their community. In the twelfth inning. The light went out twenty thirty minutes that we ended up winning our opener at he found the guy that stadium around twelve thirty one AM. So quite the way to open up. Yes, she got the season started. We're not we're now waiting for the official opening of routine field. Where does that stand? The opening gate scheduled for June twenty four seven o'clock again. Gary rail cap. And for the folks who don't know the story, we've had you on the show before the milkman are part of the same league as a Saint Paul saints as you said, they do it. Right. That's one of the more famous franchises. What's the Franken facility? What's routine field can be featuring? And tell folks, what that's all going to be like. Yeah. Routine field is a brand new stadium. We had to delay love. You're probably delayed opener through to weather for thirty days, but it pay four three four thousand seat stadium. I got all of meat area too. We've got called the hop yard, which is an all inclusive, all you can drink it. You take it. We've got you know, for the Bleacher we call it the combo bleachers and include the hot dog and brought within the ticket, and now we've got the club level, which is all ticket, and then you've got your standard stuff. You got seafood. Not a bad really unique stadium design and, you know, that entire sort of gain. Is it really more about the entertainment the games a lot of wacky things that we do know throughout the entire game? And one of the things I love about your story, as it, we all love the brewers, and we love going to Miller park in that experience is one of the best individually baseball, but this is a different kind of experience and for fans of baseball. And once you get hooked on a team it doesn't matter the level you're still love the players and your and your home squad. The milkman are going to be a fun family experience, and I know you have you talked about the combo seating and all that stuff. But there's a lot of things that make this fun and affordable for families. And that's what I love about your story. Yeah. Thank you. Certainly great baseball, people miss conception of what, what this product is not northwood, which is a genetics by what your summer collegiate professional baseball. That's equivalent to AA AAA, they fall. But, you know. It's very portable com. Look action. I talked about family of four and get get in there. Get ticket. Get fat for forty forty five dollars up family and some cost of one ticket Miller park, which I think, is going to be attracted a lot of folks. And you and I have talked for years about this. The southside of Milwaukee county even beyond that this is a great venue that we haven't had the opportunity kind of experience yet. And we have the space out there. I think the Franklin folks have finally figured out some of the things are wrapping around your development talking about some other features as well that are kind of tied to this project. The stadium. At the heart of Nicole, ballpark common common. You heard you guys talking earlier about the actual piece know. No, we had to fight those battles Mandel covering. Luxury apartment. You've got one hundred forty up your living being built during the construction right now that outside of Oprah comes with the northside candidature is obviously the stadium, but Loughgall which you're not talking about what hap- golf affect product citing we've got pizza joint. You got coffee and get a lot of retail coming in. And then we also got performance village, which is a. It's about sports medicine fitness. You know, mid west orthopedic is there and salted at seventy six thousand square feet of turf. So we'll be program with tournament in a bunch of other things. You know both in winter and, you know, during summer spring fall for somebody who's been involved with this, as you said, six years. This has got to be just a great moment as kind of all comes together. How are you feeling at this at this time I feel dry? I got a feeling really great. They're common with really gracious to downing downing and watch baseball game. And kind of take it all in though, you know, work at mayor, I now finally everything being built, but we still have a lot of what CIA so. Nights, but we're getting there, well, I love the story. And I can't wait to come out to the ballpark routine field and in Franklin and see the milkman play. And I know you've worked really hard on this project. It's why I want I wanted to just kind of refresh the audience where that story is. But lots of excitement and some fun baseball, forcible baseball for families at Franklin thankless routine fields. Cannot wait to get out there. All right. Thank you. Thank you, Mike. Thank you. Interesting. I mean, this has been one of those stories that are just gone on forever. What, what it's got worse? Always say, I believe when is the shovel in the ground while they're well beyond that, now, he'll believe it when he sees the first pitch is that we don't take Scott to a game like I've never been. So I watched Scott got this is the voice of Milwaukee men's basketball. I've seen him work at a game. And you think I use my arms allow you see him call a basketball game? But maybe Scott my maybe we'll all go out and enjoy game at Franklin's routine field. Interesting name. Milkman is a tribute to a -sconsin 's Ed community has kind of a cool thing as well. So that's number three of our four tenths by all right. Home and remodeling coming up next speaking of that some potential, good news for Wisconsin. Dairy farmers..

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"loughgall" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"loughgall" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"loughgall" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"At age fifty six of the last generation actually, not a newspaper delivered to my home. Over a decade flavor delivered from simply because by the time it. Printed. And delivered to your doorstep. It may be as much as you get. And so being able to get the news quickly efficiently and carrying it around in your pocket, and so many smartphones. Now just just is in the wave of the wave of the not the wave of the future. News news, people who Loughgall still look all the delivery mechanism buddy changed. And that's and that's what we recognized early on. What you made a great point about the immediacy of the online stuff, I think that is really one of the strongest points not just for for things like global golf post, but any information service that delivers it stuff online. It's it's the freshness. It's the immediacy versus the the fact that if you get it any other way, it could be a little bit old. Well, there's there's a balance there, obviously Jay because you stop goes out of media league. A lot of times wall and the people who were winding up ahead of time. But thank the matter. So you have to strike a balance between the call it the one hundred forty character winters now two hundred eighty characters but whatever is. One hundred forty character news cycle and the news cycle of providing awful analysis and presentation of news. But doing so in a timely fashion. Are you still able to draw the kind of talent initially did when you put together the global golf post to start with? Out there now and a lot of it has to do with the fact that point model while dying hasn't hasn't given up the ghost. People are still in the newspaper this. Printing are still printing magazines. I mean, I I have an eighteen year old daughter. He summed it up very nicely for me a handwriting. The latest issue of recent magazine, she looked at me and said. Huma was sold by age magazine. Yep. And that's pretty well. Thumbed enough that really does exactly that really does our guest is Steve Eubanks, he's with global global golf posts. Plus, which just you just launch this thing the other day right to watch. That's exactly right. Yeah. It's Jim Nugent still involved with boats to the both of the endeavors here are publisher. Yes. Yeah. Okay. We will we're coming up on a break here. So what I wanted to do was was carry Steve over, and we'll talk a little more specifically about.

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