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"manic depression" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:09 min | Last week

"manic depression" Discussed on KNSS

"The key and it says 40 news was Steven Ted, now 8099 minutes past eight o'clock, which is our sports and business executive, Steve Schott tells can attest to use for many years, He has battled the highs and lows of bipolar disorder and part of the reason why I decided to come forward with it is I had heard Have anybody or known anybody that had either manic depression or bipolar disorder. And so this whole time, I kind of suffered suddenly thinking that Just as I described that that I'm just Word. I'm I'm my brain's not wired, right. There's something wrong me showed, says the proper medication has kept him on an even keel for the past year. Steve Schott is our guest this weekend on issues 2021 Sunday morning at eight on K and S s New York waitress says she was fired from a popular Brooklyn restaurant after refusing to get the covert 19 vaccine. Bonnie Jacobson says she's worried the vaccine might hurt her chances of getting pregnant. Jacobson has been married since October of 2019 stress that she's not an anti vax er and fully supports vaccinations for others. She tells the New York Post that after working a busy 13 hour shift on Sunday management and Red Hook Tavern fired her on Monday. Restaurant holder while they respect her decision to shot was still requirement, the 34 year old says she just wants more research on the Corona virus Vaccines. Possible effects on fertility, A vaccines available have not been tested on pregnant women, but so far haven't been shown to affect pregnancy. Interviewed as generally safe, John saucy a Fox News Bill Gates weighs in on Social Media platform suspending former President Trump Microsoft co founder Bill Gates says social media companies should eventually lift the band's on former president Trump's accounts, telling CNBC. I think it's some point he probably will be allowed back on and probably should be allowed back on, Gates goes on to predict While platforms will find a way to let Mr Trump that gone, his content may be labeled as false. What are permanently banning the former president in the wake of the violence on Capitol Hill. Facebook's oversight board is reviewing whether to uphold its ban of his page. Kristen Goodwin, Fox News. And assess.

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Maurice Bernard

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:27 min | 9 months ago

Maurice Bernard

"Everybody wants to to your podcast. Keep supporting us and supporting the wind that blows the sales. The Corolla Pirate ship onward. Appreciate it very much, also. She Got Dr. do dot com the strings. We're doing there. We're trying to date on all. That's going on. With the. Situation and as well get after. Today, it is my privilege to welcome back to the program Marie Bernard Maurice Is it your numerous race? Nothing general about it. As I nothing about it I love and lithium. Save me on and off. General hospitals are released just recently. You Follow Maurice. Act Maurice Benard the an the also. Maurice, Benard TV were of course. If you remember, he was Sonny Corinthos on ABC. General Hospital since nineteen ninety-three and He's been a friend of this and work for a long time. I welcome back Bernard. Let led to be. Gut Bernardi my head because I I spoke to Anthony Hopkins the other night. Just I just A. It's a long story, but whenever I hear his voice I just think about him sitting down going okay Benard okay, but. Not In your in my not come out of my mouth. While most people say Bernard. Yes, I know, and that's actually I think what the guy's name is Bernard Anthony Hopkins says it's been on. So what's going on about? the book I kind of. Like. One flew over the coup. CUCKOO's nest meets Cinderella. And that's kind of what the whole I mean, but there's a lot of mental health in the book. An incredible love story. With Paula for over thirty years. And kids in animals in the whole thing. Are you still were. Murphy bought the house, or you're selling it or you're gonNA live there. That house down behind were Adam Corolla used to live now told that about what ten years ago then now. Yeah and is everybody's still living under the same roof for the. Kids SORTA scattered. What's happening? I got one of my kids a pregnant. She lives with her husband. Not here and then the rest of the kids are. Trapped in here. Now everyone's drive with everybody. So low telling you about the work I mean so. You're diagnosed with bipolar one. Yes, I was diagnosed. When I was twenty one. nobody knew what it was, nobody could tell me what was wrong with me and they put me in a mental institution. For two and a half weeks. and that was that was hell. Man will let's kind of break it down because because we didn't have terms then like bipolar, one bipolar, too I think we've been calling it manic depression back that that's what it was it or many of unknown origin, those sorts of things. And what were the symptoms? What was happening to you? I would stay up all night. I wouldn't sleep I would cry for no reason. I would. I was reading Phil Donahue Mind. He was talking directly to you on. Let me tell. You right before he would ask a question. I knew what he was going to say and I got my mom as a witness. So things like that. It was just a lot of things that we're just weren't normal in I wasn't on drugs. And I wasn't drinking so. They can figure it out. And then one night. I got out of bed I slept with my mom and dad. Just because I was sick or whatever it was, that was twenty one. And I jumped out of bed night I. Told my dad that I was the devil. Because then you taste something. Don't ever don't ever have anybody. Watch the exorcist. That movie traumatized me my whole life. So Cops came that night. But they couldn't do anything. Because once. The cops came into the House I was normal. I was a hey. What's going on now? We're just talking. Everything's fine. W Extras last night overdoing. It my mom and dad were crying and stuff so the next morning they took me to the hospital. And that was the beginning of of Hell. What was delicious at the hospital? Well. At the. This is the first hospital. In, order for them to put me in there. That take these big nurse guys grammy? Mike Dad my brother in at that moment I was calling my brother and my dad. The exorcist and I was sitting on. Now is saying you know I'm the exorcist? And gave me a shot. which put me out? And when I woke up. I thought I had died in Gun, heaven. Quiet, in in white in the hospital, it reminded me of heaven until I heard

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Conversation With Maurice Bernard

Dr. Drew Podcast

03:46 min | 9 months ago

Conversation With Maurice Bernard

"Everybody wants to to your podcast. Keep supporting us and supporting the wind that blows the sales. The Corolla Pirate ship onward. Appreciate it very much, also. She Got Dr. do dot com the strings. We're doing there. We're trying to date on all. That's going on. With the. Situation and as well get after. Today, it is my privilege to welcome back to the program Marie Bernard Maurice Is it your numerous race? Nothing general about it. As I nothing about it I love and lithium. Save me on and off. General hospitals are released just recently. You Follow Maurice. Act Maurice Benard the an the also. Maurice, Benard TV were of course. If you remember, he was Sonny Corinthos on ABC. General Hospital since nineteen ninety-three and He's been a friend of this and work for a long time. I welcome back Bernard. Let led to be. Gut Bernardi my head because I I spoke to Anthony Hopkins the other night. Just I just A. It's a long story, but whenever I hear his voice I just think about him sitting down going okay Benard okay, but. Not In your in my not come out of my mouth. While most people say Bernard. Yes, I know, and that's actually I think what the guy's name is Bernard Anthony Hopkins says it's been on. So what's going on about? the book I kind of. Like. One flew over the coup. CUCKOO's nest meets Cinderella. And that's kind of what the whole I mean, but there's a lot of mental health in the book. An incredible love story. With Paula for over thirty years. And kids in animals in the whole thing. Are you still were. Murphy bought the house, or you're selling it or you're gonNA live there. That house down behind were Adam Corolla used to live now told that about what ten years ago then now. Yeah and is everybody's still living under the same roof for the. Kids SORTA scattered. What's happening? I got one of my kids a pregnant. She lives with her husband. Not here and then the rest of the kids are. Trapped in here. Now everyone's drive with everybody. So low telling you about the work I mean so. You're diagnosed with bipolar one. Yes, I was diagnosed. When I was twenty one. nobody knew what it was, nobody could tell me what was wrong with me and they put me in a mental institution. For two and a half weeks. and that was that was hell. Man will let's kind of break it down because because we didn't have terms then like bipolar, one bipolar, too I think we've been calling it manic depression back that that's what it was it or many of unknown origin, those sorts of things. And what were the symptoms? What was happening to you? I would stay up all night. I wouldn't sleep I would cry for no reason. I would. I was reading Phil Donahue Mind. He was talking directly to you on. Let me tell. You right before he would ask a question. I knew what he was going to say and I got my mom as a witness. So things like that. It was just a lot of things that we're just weren't normal in I wasn't on drugs. And I wasn't drinking so.

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Marc Jacobs: I Still Have Stories to Tell

The Business of Fashion Podcast

10:11 min | 10 months ago

Marc Jacobs: I Still Have Stories to Tell

"Mental Health Awareness Week and last week on Bureau F. Live our editor at large Tim. Blanks spoke to the celebrated American designer. Marc Jacobs who touched on a variety of topics from working through the krona virus crisis and maintaining his creativity but also on how the crisis is impacting his own mental health at this time of anxiety and stress for people around the world. Here's Mark Jacobs inside fashion. Hi Tam I'm such a pleasure to see it today. It's always a pleasure to see you. Tim and this will be out conversation for the next few seasons. I guess because we want you seeing each other in well who knows who knows where I am. I am in New York City in my hotel room in Soho Talking to you you've seen in a hotel rooms for the whole luck. Yes yes yes has that been. It's been let's let's put it this way. I'm grateful to be in a place where I'm comfortable. I'm going to start under the start on the. I'm going to start this chat on a positive note. So what have to keep going back to my mind is that I am grateful. I have my two dogs with me. I have clean made bed that I made this morning. I have what I need. I've got a closet full of clothes that I can play with. Have got a couple of makeup bags that I can play with. I have my iphone and my ipad which connect to other people with and I have the where I can sit outside and get some air so I am very grateful that I'm comfortable today and I feel like I'm taking care of and obviously you confidently connect with people. I'm finding. I'm actually connecting with people more than I usually do because quoting about connecting with now. But I have well. It's a strange thing. Isn't it connection? Because I never really I think of this as a type of connection and I we can use these devices of hours to connect with people in some superficial way or in some way that's different but I'm a luddite and I believe in live contact. I believe in note writing letter writing. I believe in seeing people across the dinner table or having a coffee with them I see. I don't see I didn't grow up with life on the screen and I didn't grow up with cell phone in my hand at or or night at or nih-funded whatever and I like live performance in live theater and I liked. I like going into shops. I like seeing people on streets so while this is some form of connection. It certainly. I don't have any kind of real connection to this form of connection. So but how how? How does this thing for you then? Well it's a kind of a kind of goes in waves and spurts. I mean they're I'm very sort of manic depressive. In a way I mean I am you know. My mental health goes from mania to depression. So there are days where I just feel extremely depressed and feel like it's the end of the world. And then your days were mannequin. I just think what a great opportunity for us all to learn collectively from this and move forward and then there's all the grays in between but I mean I tend to go from the basement to attic in five seconds. You know like In terms of emotions and so it's been very hard because I also not really in control of how you feel. You know the ceilings common. It's just a question of how I kind of accept them and and sort of you know honor them etc. So so I've had moments of feeling very productive and creative and moments feeling just like what's it all sore or is that all there is as I keep saying the south. You Camilla Louder. You have exactly. Isn't it funny? How life comes along to trip up those kind of those little notions and give them a sort of real time white. Will you see it's this? It's this computer right here. That fascinates me the most. And that's what I think is always this kind of amazing thing. I have this kind of faulty computer. Which is my brain and it's not faulty in the sense that it doesn't work but it just kind of works as it does right and so. I mean for absolutely no apparent reason. I could do everything I did yesterday. And Go to sleep on time and wake up on time and have my vitamins draped might juices for some reason the Sun could be shining and I can have the most miserable attitude about life and see things through the darkest leads and then I could stay up all night and and and not drink juices not my vitamins and like the sun isn't shining and I'm just like full of hope and you know like so who knows and then yes they're like these songs that comes my head in these things. I've seen in these performances. I know I don't know like books I've read and you know I don't. I'm not in charge of where the where where my brain sort of fires on a particular day but like it just doesn't it and it's like kind of fascinating as kind of goes through all of its little find sub dreaming a lot more. I have some very weird dreams but I've always had weird dreams that I've always been a bit of an insomniac because apparently that's a that's a huge side effect of this pandemic. Is People a happen. Incredible Dreaming Nkala at a lot about real people like either family members will celebrities or whatever but that they remember the dreams full of almost movie. And that's by to pick this. That people can depend up in the daytime and then the minds slowed us. I don't think that I'm dreaming more than I was before. And I think my dreams are kind of still of the crazy surreal content that they always work which combines a little bit of like the tape recorder you know things I've just recently heard but then then concocted into something that might have some other greater meaning but No I find my dreaming kind of the same. I guess you're making a movie while you yeah so via via recommended. I mean she. She had this idea. Unfortunately it was like four weeks in she was like. Oh you should have taped yourself every day. Like just videotaped yourself every day like you had this like you know daily journal like on tape like everything you did just like this endless documentary journal and I was like well if I had started it for weeks ago. It would have been great because we're already for weeks in if feels that will have to do something else. So so nick My friend my best friend and and someone I work with very closely you know at. Marc Jacobs He he and I came up. And we decided we'd do more of a fairy tale like this this kind of life in quarantine more of an louise or a you know like or a home alone or something like that right played all the characters who would normally be here at the hotel but or not like what kind of well everything from the porter to the manager to the chef in the restaurant to the housekeeping to the engineer to the different people who are residing in the hotel to the different things. I do in my room on different occasion to me documenting my set like just just just like I never any element of the other look creeping in. No just just just anything. I can do within the confines of this hotel. Your instagram is being incredibly vivid. The whole time that you've seen in Lucca. It seals almost like you are testing out characters in well. I'm not really I'm I'm kind of just you know I've always been this way. This is like this is nine year old mark who you always was in his bedroom. Escaping chaos of what life looked like you know like a very disturbed and dysfunctional childhood. And I went to my room and I sat with my clothes and I painted my jeans or embroidered. Jean Jacket and I put on my outfits. I comb my hair one way or the other and you know maybe I found a curler for my mother curled by whatever it was but that nine year old kid that me was like a in his own world in his bedroom and had to use his imagination to create a world. That was a happier place. And that's kind of what I'm doing I mean. I have two months worth of clothes that I packed to move in here. I'm I have a couple of bags of of makeup. That randomly for some reason felt were important to take with me and And then you know just and the dogs and Some hairclips jewelry and I'm just playing around and and keeping myself entertained and and doing what I do which I think is taking care of my mental health. I mean I have to get up everyday and shower and I have to Rome and I have to get dressed and I I just feel like not only do I have to do it for my sanity but like I enjoy doing it. So it gives me pleasure and it allows me to kind of be of service in some way. Because if I'm not well. In taking care of myself creatively and in every other way then. I'm of no use to anybody else. I mean I just can't lie an unmade bed all day long. It's the most pressing thing I've I mean. I used to see my mother who suffered from manic depression. She wouldn't get out of her bed sometimes for weeks and her bed was never made and the site of an unmade bed to be as just about the most horrifying thing. I can remember.

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Minding Mental Illness with Esmé Weijun Wang

Unladylike

09:14 min | 1 year ago

Minding Mental Illness with Esmé Weijun Wang

"I really wanted to be able to be seen as high functioning and I wanted to be able to be seen as normal and if people found out about my diagnoses. I wanted them to see me as like. Eah The person who had this serious diagnosis but who also graduated from Stanford with a three point nine. Gpa So it scared me that. I had these symptoms that I couldn't control ninety minute. All and welcome to One lady like they show that finds out what happens when women break the rules. I'm Kristen I'm caroline. And that was today's guest as May wage and Wang author of the New York Times bestselling essay collection. The collected Schizophrenia Carolina. I've been wanting to talk to as may for a while now. I stumbled across her a couple of years back when I was going through a scary mental health period of my own. As I mentioned before on unladylike I have generalized anxiety disorder and at that time like on paper. Everything looked good. You know but I was spiraling on the inside and it was honestly so unsettling that I didn't know how to talk about it and I didn't WanNa talk about it or not. I think I was scared. That talking about it would make it feel even more real and it felt like a burden. I didn't WanNa put on anyone else like. I just desperately wanted to figure out how to get myself back together. And that's actually how I ended up on as May's website. It's called the unexpected shape as basically all about getting your creative work done while also living with mental or physical illness and I was just so struck by how openly she talks about having a serious mental illness. Yeah in her. Mid Twenties as May was diagnosed with schizophrenia disorder which she describes as the fucked up offspring of manic depression and schizophrenia is almost like a demon that takes over a person The schizophrenia causes a person to no longer be themselves whereas depression and anxiety think are often considered to be quite awful but they are more considered to be things that are layered on top of a person. You know there's something that somebody is dealing with. they're not something that takes over or empties out a person or places. The spirit of a person in the collected schizophrenia is as may details her journey to what she calls the inappropriately crazy end of the Mental Health Spectrum Aka. A the most unladylike end and she's far from alone there an estimated one hundred thousand five. Americans live with serious mental illness or SMS. The most common ones are schizophrenia. Spectrum disorders severe bipolar disorder and Severe Major Depression. But as may also occupies a very particular space on that unladylike end of the spectrum. She doesn't fit. What we think schizophrenia. Looks like you know. She's not visibly unhinged or unkempt. She's a Yale and Stanford educated award-winning writer. Who's married her? College sweetheart has plenty of friends and frankly dresses. She gives fog. She does and I was really drawn to this idea of someone who is killing it on the outside all the same time. Her mental illness is sort of escalating on the inside. So today we're talking with asthma about navigating serious mental illness. How it shapes her ambition and why wanting to be seen as high functioning is so important to her and quick note. Y'All we're getting into serious mental health issues in this episode including psychosis in suicidal idealization. So heads up. If you're sensitive to those topics only as I grew up in Michigan and was raised by her Taiwanese immigrant parents. She started reading at two and wanted to be a writer by the time. Most kids are learning to tie. Their shoes. Baby was not messing around when she was about six as me. Sent a letter to the publisher. Little Brown asking how she could get her works in print already and they actually wrote me. Back I remember. They wrote me back the types letter typewritten letter and they said I needed an agent. So yeah I I've I've wanted to be a writer for a very long time. That's funny to tell a child that you need an like yeah. I've imagining some kind of like intern or assistant just thinking like you know. How should I respond to this kid? But alongside her big writing dreams. Sba had to deal with extreme evolving and often completely mysterious mental health issues and they also started when she was really young. When I was four or five I remember having issues where I would just filled with anxiety in compulsion. I remember this one evening where I was going to get up and get a drink and then we go to the bathroom and then I would feel like I needed to go to bed and get a drink and then go to the bathroom and I did this over and over again. Compulsively fan ended up standing at the top of the stairs and I just burst into tears and my mom said why are you crying and I just said I can't stop with puberty. Came depression anxiety and insomnia. By the time she was a teenager as me was having suicidal thoughts inserted seeing the high school counselor and at some point. She told me you're going to have to see a psychiatrist. This is getting really serious and so one morning. I told my mom before school. I've been seeing a counselor and she thinks that I need to see a psychiatrist and Mommy yelled at me. She was so upset so angry. She said we've always given you everything you've needed. You have close to where you have food. Who have a roof over your head? How could he do this to us? And I. I remember crying in the car on the way to school and crying I skipped first period and I was just crying in the art room. Eventually as May and her mom went to see the psychiatrist together he was a white man and he asked my mom in front of me. Is there any history of mental illness in the Family? Which is a very ordinary question to ask in this kind of like diagnostic meeting. And my mom said no. There's no history and I learned years later that there was quite a strong history of mental illness. My family and I asked my mom. Why did you tell that first doctor that there was no history of mental illness and she said In Chinese essentially wall? It wasn't his business and I think that kind of cultural stigma was a lingering factor throughout all of my diagnoses. Her diagnoses plural started with clinical depression and anxiety then the summer after as graduated from high school. She was exhibiting enough signs of mania that our psychiatrist diagnosed her with bipolar disorder. And my mom was just like okay. She didn't know what it meant. Really she told me years later that if she had really understood what it meant she wouldn't have let me go to school especially not across the country and not by myself as May was eighteen and a couple of months later she left home in California to start her freshman year at Yale. Now as many psychiatrists recommended that she wait to start taking her new bipolar medication until she got settled. Yale and could start working with someone there. This meant that there was a stretch of months whereas may was dealing with the stress of starting college and experiencing bipolar symptoms. That delay was the first domino to fall. That ultimately resulted in as May being hospitalized at the Yale Psychiatric Institute twice her first year there after the second time Yale sent packing then in her early twenties after she'd restarted her college career at Stanford as me began experiencing intermittent symptoms of psychosis. Psychosis is either hallucinations. So false sensory experiences hearing bang seeing things feeling things physically in the actually hearing things like you hear them as though they're actually there and then delusions are false

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In His Own Home: The Ted Ammon Story

True Crime Brewery

11:12 min | 1 year ago

In His Own Home: The Ted Ammon Story

"Robert Theodore Ammon was born in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania to Steal Executive Bob Ammon and his wife Betty Lee he news. The first son was born two years after his big sister Sandy. His parents called him teddy and in his got older Ted. The Ammon family had that collect nineteen fifties upper middle class lifestyle. Betty Lee stayed home with sandy and Teddy Betty Lee was an intelligent strong woman who encouraged the two children to be competitive and work hard in school. A school turned out to be pretty easy for Ted who is a pretty bright guy but he also had a photographic memory so so steadying was very easy for him when he was in the eighth grade. His father was transferred East Aurora New York to be in charge of a steel plant. Yes so this was the ideal family. This is how I picture your childhood. The almonds had their family dinner every night followed by homework and they'd go to their various sporting events. Let's Boban was Ted's Little League Baseball coach to Ted was also on the swimming team and he grew up to be very athletic reaching an adult height of six six foot. Four so very tall in high school. Of course Ted was on the football team but he was different than a lot of the jokes because he played the piano quite well and he got excellent grates. He did have several girlfriends throughout his teen years being both a jock in academic he was widely Popular Sandy. His sister would say that she and Ted had wonderful childhoods and as adults they did remain. Close here a bit. He did pretty well in high school. uh-huh here he is an athlete and a break. Y- Y yeah. He had a lot going for him but he heard let girlfriends well. I don't know about a Ladda. He he had several. Okay yeah her nose a lot more than several several more than a lot a lot more than several several psych a handful allot what is dozens. Okay that's the way it is in my brain her think you're embellishing a little bit. But that's okay. It's just how I see it. Subjective now now the other half of this equation that will be talking about his generous rand. Her upbringing was far more complicated than Ted's generous his mother. Marie was born to a California farmer and his wife. Maria is acute moody little girl. She did actually join a convent for a year and then decided it wasn't working for her to during World War. Two Marie was a pretty much a party girl. She went out dancing and drinking. Sometimes Nice flighty. Sometimes the slug some family members who were worried that she might be suffering from some mental illness like manic depression but Marie had no desire to seek mental until health. Help Murray's father died just a few years before her mother died of cancer and that left Marie dependent on her older brother. So Marie married a soldier. They had two children but she was negligent. Mother and her children were taken from her and she got divorced she then Mary Clearance Rand. Who is another soldier and this is a few years later? Right submarine clearance had a daughter named Dally but Marie went back to partying while Dolly was still a toddler so oh Dolly was left with family members while Marie would drink and dance and meet new men she met an Italian man named Generoso and had a short lived affair with him mm-hmm in her long beach apartment and after about a week of hooking up Generoso was out of marine life went back to Italy but then she found out that she was pregnant agnete and it wasn't by her husband so Marie wrote to general so and told him about her pregnancy but he never responded so her fourth child who she did give. Her husband's last name was named Jennifer Rosa after her father but Maria didn't take long to return to her partying ways family members didn't call generosity by her given name either because a lot of them knew that this child had been named after this Italian guy they called her gen or Joe she became very close with her older sister. Dolly after Marie began to leave the two home alone to go out and have fun again. So Generoso was four and Allie was seven when they moved to oceanside California with their mother. Their uncle Al was also divorced by then he lived in a ground floor apartment in a three family house that he had purchased. There were tenants on the third floor and Marie and her two daughters were allowed to live on the second floor without paying rent summary even hired in English housekeeper who acted as a baby sitter for her. Two girls in the housekeeper was kind signed to the girls as time went on they really began to prefer the housekeeper to their own mother. But things didn't go well. The childhood just continued to be problematic. Matic Little Generoso was sexually molested as a child by a man who were mother had trusted as a family friend and then the English housekeeper was fired by her. HYUNG-CHOL AL for having men to the House so quite a mess it sure is and it gets messier. Two years after all this Murray felt a lump in her breast within a couple of years she had metastatic breast cancer which had reached her name. Anne Marie died when Generoso is just ten years old so chandelier she and Dolly. Her older sister went to live with her uncle. Al In the meantime he had remarried he lived in an exclusive Laguna Beach neighborhood. Dolly show general. Sir Sir Photo for biologic father. WHO's a sailor named Generoso? Now this is the first time generosity knew that her mother had not been married to her father and she. She resented her mother for lying to her for failing to protect her while sure but they said that from that time forward generoso was a different girl she it was determined to be strong and to be rich. She didn't ever want to have children of her own either. She decided that her mother's death had been a good thing and now she it was free to live a better life. Uncle Al's new wife on March was a smart and financially well off woman generosity admired her her and ended up having kind of special friendship with her March said that she wanted generosity to live with them but the house was really full and there was a a lot of friction between Genera and her cousins Generoso was prone to temper tantrums and she could be very jealous devious and manipulative in her mind. It was her way or no way in Dolly had been a fairly troubled teen also maybe not to the extent that China Rosa's but eventually Dolly was sent to live with her older half sister. Terry Terry's husband and their two kids and Santa Clara California an aunt. Marge had a rich friend who lived in Laguna beach with her husband and their two children. These folks had an eight bedroom house on a horse ranch so jane the woman who was living in house offer to adopt generosity and generous moved in with Jane and the family. She became very good at horseriding more than good actually. She competed shows and she even one ribbons. She also began to do well in school so seems like she's coming out of her Funchal Obita. She seemed to really thrive there. She learned to play the piano. She got braces to fix her teeth and she seemed to have things going pretty well. She had money she. Her loving parents foster parents appearance. Whatever and in a state with their own horace right? So you'd think everything was great and she could be quite charming coming but she was continuing to have a frightening temper big tantrums to whenever anything wasn't going her way and as generous entered late adolescence she had really changed from the sweet girl to a really rebellious troublemaker. In nineteen sixty seven. Jane Call generalises half sister Terry and told her that Generoso was causing trouble with the other. Kids generous was demanding jealous and she just seemed like she could never have enough material possessions. Jane and her husband couldn't controller. They were really tired and kind of desperate to be relieved of her. Terry was well aware of how it felt to be abandoned. She'd had a similar childhood and she felt sympathy for her little sister so she agreed to take her in and and remember Terry was already parenting Dali. Her husband was a high school English teacher. who was very patient and good with the kids? Terry and her husband had two kids of their own two daughters Julian. Amy and their house was pretty comfortable. They had four bedrooms and two baths but it wasn't anything like the estate that generosity was coming from and it wasn't good enough for her. She was really unhappy about being there and became came angry and very resentful. She no longer lived on the estate and she had to leave her horse behind. That really pissed her off. Life wasn't fair to her. She she said and she was just kind of angry at the whole world. When Dolly was eighteen she got her own apartment in San Jose? She moved out of the House the Teri and her husband had Dolly soon became promiscuous and got herself into drugs. terrier also been sexually abused as a child and when Dolly moved out Terry became very depressed and as she sent deeper and deeper into depression. She generosity butted heads almost seemed like generous new. The Terry has some weaknesses and was using against her and then Terry's husband began Genaro says that influence on the younger daughters. They sire getting away with do things and they themselves got into trouble right so this is just difficult. And it ended up being really heartbreaking for Terry who had only wanted to help her sisters sisters but she and her husband finally had decide that they just couldn't handle generosity and terry wasn't feeling well. The house was just kind of getting out of control. They told generous that the situation wasn't working finally and she was given one month's notice to find a new place to live generosity. Orosa cried but Terry promise that they would continue to help her however they could and generosity finally said she understood but you know this was her fourth big rejection. She'd been abandoned by her mother. Her uncle Jane Reagan who owned The estate and now tearing her husband so she was sad but you know really building. This deep seated anger so generous ended up living with another family who were friends with her aunt and this family had two teenage daughters others of their own and they lived in Los Angeles so things are okay at this house for a while. The family found generous to be very creative and pretty talented anted artistically. But she was Moody's Hell.

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"manic depression" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And we're getting ready for the. Now here in North Carolina. Yeah. You could are how close are you to the to the Appalachian ridge over there in the western part of the state? Well, ashville is I'm about one hundred sixty or seventy miles from there. I'm kind of in the center of the state, but even here there kind of somewhere between I don't know like four to maybe it's possibly nine or ten inches. Yeah. I I mean, even if you're getting snow like that in the Piedmont, it's going to be trouble. I was just looking at at what's coming in. How far it's going to travel. So beat do be careful and thanks for jumping in. Where do you wanna go here with open lines? I wanted to get your opinion wanted to call in a few weeks ago. But I wasn't feeling. Well, what do you? What's your take on the whole Heather Locklear downward spiral because I hadn't heard much since the summer. And then of course, she was on the front cover of a supermarket tabloid. Apparently, not doing any better. So yeah. What he's referring to is that this. Story is kind of well documented in a way because of her continued run ins with police. And that she whether it's driving or being accused of being violent is that Heather Locklear who at one point was kind of America's sweetheart, you know, kind of the typical. Kind of the the blonde beauty with some brains. I mean, she really was you know, she she wasn't. She wasn't a dopey actress. And she seemed like a really interesting person. I think yeah. I mean, I my opinion is I read about some of the tabloid stuff is this is this is what happened mental illness can come to anybody, and it comes in all sorts of different forms and. Manic depression. Whether it's. Other other types of soft psychosis as opposed to like, some of the harder stuff that happens. It's enough to throw somebody off and then when you're under the celebrity spotlight. Everything looks bad. I feel sorry for, but it's pretty obvious that she like a lot of other people in this country seemed to be breaking down. And I think your term downward spiral is is is apt. What do you think of it? Why did you bring it up? It's interesting that you that you focused on that. Well, now, some of the younger generation may not be familiar with her. But I pretty much grew up watching her on television. I mean, she was such a staple on many of the show. She was on dynasty TJ Hooker time at the same time. Which is even actually she was on to hit shows at the same time. That's how did she was. She was just the basically the staple of American television in the eighties and nineties, and I had always been a big fan of her. And I know she had even when she was on Melrose pray. She had an on. Again, off again relationship with Jack Wagner, I know. And I mean, I've just you know, until recently, I just never I was thought of a pretty much being, you know, somewhat stable and granted purrs. She'd been portrayed Hilary, Duff's. Mother in the movie called the perfect men years ago. And you know, it really is. I'm really just quite by that she's doing so badly so poorly. Yep. I think it's a good reminder that no matter nothing puts us in a bubble. You know, nothing. There's no force field out there that can protect us from things like that. And I hope she continues to get the help that she needs without having it compounded everywhere by paparazzi who are cataloging misbehavior. But your point is taken. I'm glad you brought it up that is different don's in Kent Ohio on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM, Don brother, e unhappy Sabbath and for that matter. Happy Hanukkah to for those. Yup. Hey, no, local Christian radio program did an interview with the former leader legal counsel the World Bank. Karen, who's who thought that the CIA was running the country and was shocked to find out that it was the Jesuits actually running the country in one. One of the callers referred to the CIA s Catholics in action. I grew up Catholic I'm shocked at some of these revelations. I mean, I was like I mean for people who don't know what makes Jesuits so special. I mean in their Scholasticism the Jesuit and with their they're sort of an elite order not everybody can become a Jesuit. They have been often referred to as sort of the Vatican's secret agents, and they would to the degree. That's true. I don't know. But I've always I kind of appreciate that about the Jesuits that they they really are kind of a unique group. I do I really don't believe that anybody runs the country. I just I think so many of those things are modeled after that old anti-semitic troop trope about. About the the kind of octopus. Like tentacles that go out into the world like spectre kind of the thing. So I don't think that's true. But it's I mean and on a Protestant seems like a Protestant kind of radio station. I think they probably love to point the finger at the Catholic church. It's it's it's unfair. But it's it's also sort of time tested, and there's a lot of people that would probably go into that. Why would you think the Jesuits are running the world? What what what was their best most convincing piece of evidence that the Jesuits behind everything will banned from Europe by the pope, they were disenfranchised by the pope. And then all of a sudden, they became blunders in the Lord again, but all the leading right members the highest echelon of a German Reich in World War Two were Jewish Jesuit trained. And then the Castro brothers. Dylan weather were Jesuit train. And it was interesting that this pope with the help of you know, Barack Obama ended about seven years of sanctions against Cuba without any knowledge of the congress. So they were banned in Europe for their dealings in politics, or it's supposed to be this separation of church and state now with the Jesuits, they're everywhere. Well, okay. But you know, again, I would argue sort of a game of numbers. And if you're going to have a Catholic education, really, there's there's probably two main organizations the Franciscans, and then the Jesuits, and it's two slightly different styles in terms of Catholic education. But some of the biggest universities have been run by Jesuits. I don't think that just going to a Catholic university. Like as you mentioned some important people in history. Have I don't think that that's proof that somehow they're part of some cub all that's running. The world. By sheer numbers. A lot of people will have been associated with the Jesuits. I think it's the same thing. I hear when people accused the the church of today saints for having the same type of influence. I need a lot more proof before I come to that. But I I appreciate the call. It's interesting thought I haven't heard that theory in a while I'll get to know the open call your in just a second. But I will say this. I do remember earlier this week on another radio show, or perhaps it's a it's a it's a podcast just the other day. Somebody defended it was a it was a kind of a radical, right? Christian minister who is on the air in some form. And he was saying that it was. He was calling into question. Why people were jumping on President Trump's case for not saying the apostles creed. Neither he nor Malania did during the Bush funeral. And he said, well, you know, it's we don't need the apostles creed. You don't it's not essential to being Christian. He was he was better off not saying it, and then he kind of talked about it being one of these artificial things that you know, exists in Christianity, they're they're they're not good for the church. And so you don't have to be you don't have to be you could be a Christian not observe the apostles creed. Or be able to talk about it's probably better that you don't that was his conclusion, and I think that's just so silly. I mean, the apostles creed is is like the central core arguments. Christianity, I think he was confusing over the nice scene creed, which is a little more legalistic approach, but the apostles creed is essentially a restating of the baptism avows. And what's more central to the Christian, faith and baptismal vows? Anyway, I didn't get his argument. And I don't think it's true. I go to Charles is an Elgin, Texas on coast to coast AM, Charles. Hey, they're in. Yeah. I kinda still kind of interested in this whole sort of cover up. Long arm just cover up thing. And and things like that. That thing that happened in Houston with the cardiologists. I don't is there. Anybody bit still kind of you know, interested in. Well, I guess maybe information or pursuing some of the more recent cover up actions, you know, whether fascinations or what have you? I mean, I kind of. To have a personal interest in this, I suppose because. I was told year before last when they. I didn't really hard accepted. But when they said that. Mike told me that my then assassinated, I kind of had it kind of you know, but the, you know, we we have and my dad. I didn't use all my connection. I didn't use my connections. And I there was a reason why I didn't do that. And he he he used to tell me not to say certain things. And I guess I must've said something that I shouldn't have said. And why what happened if you said something you didn't say somebody got assassinated. My dad, we your dad was assassinated. Yeah, you know, George will. Lawyer. He's always trying to figure out a way to you know, that dog you that my dad wasn't assassinated that it was an accident or this or that he was assassinated. I didn't believe it either. I wouldn't have thought that at first I thought was.

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"manic depression" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And we're getting ready for the snow here in North Carolina. Yeah. You could are how close are you to the to the Appalachian ridge over there in the western part of the state? Well, ashville is I'm about one hundred sixty or seventy miles from there. I'm kind of in the center of the state, but even here there kind of associating somewhere between I don't know like four to maybe it's possibly nine or ten inches. Yeah. I I mean, even if you're getting snow like in the Piedmont, it's going to be trouble. I was just looking at at what's coming in how how far it's going to travel. So be do be careful and thanks for jumping in. Where do you want to go here with open lines? I wanted to get your opinion. I wanted to call in a few weeks ago, but I wasn't feeling. Well, what do you? What's your taking opinion on the whole Heather Locklear downward spiral because I hadn't since the summer. And then of course, she was on the front cover of a supermarket tabloid wicked apparently not doing any better. Yeah. What he's referring to is that this. Stories kind of well documented in a way because of her continued run ins with police, and that she whether it's driving or being accused of being violent is that Heather Locklear who at one point was kind of America's sweetheart, you know, kind of the typical. Kind of the the blonde beauty with some brains. I mean, she really was you know, she she wasn't she she wasn't a dopey actress. And she seemed like a really interesting person. I think yeah. I mean, I buy opinion is I read about some of the tabloid stuff is this is this is what happened mental illness can come to anybody, and it comes in all sorts of different forms and. Manic depression. Whether it's you know, other other types of soft psychosis as opposed to like, some of the harder stuff that happens. It's enough to throw somebody off and then when you're under the celebrity spotlight. Everything looks bad. I feel sorry for, but it's pretty obvious that she like a lot of other people in this country seem to be breaking down. And I think you're downward spiral is is is apt. What do you think of it? Why did you bring it up? It's interesting that you that you focused on that. Well, now, some of the younger generation may not be familiar with her. But I pretty much grew up watching her on television. I mean, she sure such a staple on many of the show. She was on dynasty TJ Hooker time at the same time. Which was even if she she was on to hit shows at the same time. That's how bad she was. She was just the basically the staple of American television in the eighties and nineties then I had always been a big fan of her. And I know she had even. When she was on, Melrose, pray. She had an on again off again relationship, Jack Wagner. I know. And I mean, I've just you know, until recently, I just never I was pretty much being, you know, somewhat stable and granted per. She'd been portrayed Hilary, Duff's. Mother in the movie called the perfect man years ago. And you know, it just it really just is. I'm really just quite by that she's doing so badly so poorly. Yup. I think it's a good reminder that no matter nothing puts us in a bubble. You know, nothing. There's no force field out there that can protect us from things like that. And I hope she continues to get the help that she needs without having it compounded everywhere by paparazzi who are cataloging misbehavior. But your point is taken. I'm glad you brought it up that is different don's in Kent Ohio on wildcard line on coast to coast AM, Don, brother, e unhappy Sabbath. That's right. And for that matter. Happy Hannukah to for those of it. Yeah. Hey, no, local Christian radio program did an interview with a former lead legal counsel the World Bank. Karen, who's who thought that the CIA was running the country, and we'll shocked to find out that it was the Jesuits are actually running the country in one of the callers referred to the CIA Catholics in action. I grew up Catholic I'm shocked at some of these revelations. I I mean, I was like I mean for people who don't know what makes Jesuits. So special. I mean in their Scholasticism Jesuit and there there's sort of an elite order not everybody can become a Jesuit. They have been often referred to as sort of the Vatican's secret agents, and they would to the degree. That's true. I don't know. But I've always I kind of appreciate that about the Jesuits that they they really are kind of a unique group. I do I really don't believe that anybody runs the country. I just I think so many of those things are modeled after that old anti-semitic troop trope about. About the the kind of octopus. Like tentacles that go out into the world, like spectre Kennedy thing. So I don't think that's true. But it's I mean on a Protestant seems like a Protestant kind of radio station. I think they probably love to point the finger at the Catholic churches, it's it's unfair. But it's it's also sort of time tested, and there's a lot of people that would probably go into that. Why would you think the Jesuits are running the world? What what what was their best most convincing piece of evidence that the Jesuits her behind everything will ban from Europe by the pope, they were disenfranchised by the pope, then all of a sudden, they became blunders in the Lord again, but all the leading members the highest echelon of a German Reich in World War Two were Jesuit Jesuit trained, and then the Castro brothers. Both Adele and his brother were Jesuit. What trained and it was interesting that this pope with the help of. You know, Barack Obama ending about seven years of sanctions against Cuba without any knowledge of the congress. So they were banned in Europe for their dealings in politics or supposed to be this separation of church and state now with the Jesuits, they're everywhere. Well, okay. But here know this again, I would argue sort of a game of numbers. And if you're going to have a Catholic education, really there's like there's probably two main organizations the Franciscans. And then the Jesuits, and it's two slightly different styles in terms of Catholic education. But some of the biggest universities have been run by Jesuits. I don't think that just going to a Catholic university. Like as you mentioned some important people in history. Have I don't think that that's proof that somehow they're part of some cub all that's running the world. By sheer numbers. A lot of people will have been associated with the Jesuits. I think it's gonna the same thing. I hear when people accused the the church of latter day saints for having the same type of influence. I need a lot more proof before I come to that. But I appreciate the call. It's interesting thought I haven't heard that theory in a while. I'll get to know the open call your in just a second. But I will say this idea. Remember earlier this week on another. Radio show, or perhaps, it's a it's a it's a podcast just the other day. Somebody defended. It was a kind of radical right Christian minister who is on the air in some form. And he was saying that it was. He was calling into question. Why people were jumping on President Trump's case for not saying the apostles creed. Neither he nor Malania did during the Bush funeral. And he said, well, you know, it's we don't need the apostles creed. You don't it's not essential to being Christian. He was he was better off not saying it, and then he kind of talked about it being one of these artificial things that, you know, exists in Christianity either there that they're not good for the church. And so you don't have to be you don't have to be you could be a Christian and not observe the apostles creed. Or be able to talk about it's probably better that you don't that was his conclusion, and I think that's just so silly. I mean, the apostles creed is is like the central core arguments. Christianity, I think he was confusing it with the nice scene creed, which is a little more legalistic in its approach put the apostles creed is essentially a restating of the baptism avows. And what's more central to the Christian, faith and baptismal vows? Anyway, I didn't get his argument. And I don't think it's true. I go to let's see Charles is in Elgin, Texas on coast to coast AM, Charles. Hey there in. Yeah. I kind of still kind of interested in this whole sort of cover up. Long arm just cover up thing. And and things like, you know, that that thing that happened in Houston with the cardiologists. I don't is there anybody that still kind of you know. Interested in. Well, I guess maybe information or pursuing, you know, some of the more recent cover-up actions, you know, whether fascinations or what have you? I mean, I kind of. To have a personal interest in this, I suppose because. I was told year before last when they I didn't really hard accepted. But when they said that my you know, might told me that. Then assassinated, I kind of had it kind of you know, but the, you know, we we have and my dad had a lot of K. I didn't use all my connection. I didn't use my connections. And I there was a reason why I didn't do that. And he he he but used to tell me not to say certain things, and I guess I must've said that I seen the sad. And why what happened if you said something you didn't say somebody got assassinated. My dad. Leave your dad was assassinated. Yeah, you know, George will. Lawyer he always trying to figure out a way to you know, that dog you that might dad wasn't a fascinated that it was.

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"manic depression" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And we're getting ready for the mental here in North Carolina. You are how close are you to the to the Appalachian ridge over there in the western part of the state. Well, ashville is I'm about one hundred sixty or seventy miles from there. I'm kind of in the center of the state, but even here there is so tightening somewhere between I don't know like four to maybe it's possibly nine or ten inches. Yeah. I I mean, even if you're getting snow like that in the Piedmont, it's going to be trouble. I was just looking at at what's coming in how how far it's going to travel. So be do be careful and thanks for jumping in. Where do you wanna go here with open lines? I wanted to get your opinion. I wanted to call in a few weeks ago, but I wasn't feeling. Well, what do you what your taking opinion on the whole Heather Locklear downward spiral because I hadn't. Since the summer. And then of course, she was on the front cover of a supermarket tabloid. Just we can apparently not doing any better. Yeah. What he's referring to is this. Stories kind of well documented in a way because of her continued run ins with police. And that she whether it's driving or being accused of being violent is that Heather Locklear who at one point was kind of America's sweetheart, you know, kind of the typical. Kind of the the blonde beauty with some brains. I mean, she really was you know, she she wasn't she she wasn't a dopey actress. And she seemed like a really interesting person. I think yeah. I mean, I by opinion as I read about some of the tabloid stuff. This is this is what happened mental illness can come to anybody, and it comes in all sorts of different forms and. Manic depression. Whether it's. Other other types of soft psychosis as opposed to like, some of the harder stuff that happens. It's enough to throw somebody off and then when you're under the celebrity spotlight. Everything looks bad. I feel sorry for, but it's pretty obvious that she like a lot of other people in this country seem to be breaking down. And I think your term downward spiral is is is apt. What do you think of it? Why did you bring it up? It's interesting that you that you focused on that. Well, now, some of the younger generation may not be it's familiar with her. But I pretty much grew up watching her on television. I mean, she was such a staple on many of the show. She was on dynasty t j Hooker place at the same time. Which is even usually she was on to hit shows at the same time. That's how she was. Yeah. She was just the basically the staple of American television in the eighties and nineties. And I had always been a big fan of her. And I know she hadn't even when she was on Melrose pray. She had an on again off again relationship with Jack Wagner. I know. And I mean, I've just you know, until recently, I just never I always thought of her as pretty much being a, you know, somewhat stable and grabbed her purse, right? I mean, she'd been portrayed Hilary Duff mother in the movie called the perfect man years ago. And you know, it really just as I'm really just quite by that she's doing so badly so poorly. Yep. I think it's a good reminder that no matter nothing puts us in a bubble. You know, nothing. There's no force field out there that can protect us from things like that. And I hope she continues to get the help that she needs without having it compounded everywhere by paparazzi who are cataloging misbehavior. But your point is taken. I'm glad you brought it up that is different don's in Kent, Ohio. On a wildcard line on coast to coast AM, Don. Happy sabbath. That's right. And for that matter. Happy Hanukkah to for those. Hey, no, local Christian radio program did an interview with a former lead legal counsel World Bank. Karen, who's who thought that the CIA was running the country and was shocked to find out that it was the Jesuits that are actually running the country in one of the callers referred to the CIA Catholics in action. I grew up Catholic I'm shocked at some of these revelations. I. I mean, I was like I mean for people who don't know what makes Jesuits so special. I mean in their Scholasticism Jesuit and with there, there's sort of an elite order not everybody can become a Jesuit. They have been often referred to as sort of the Vatican's secret agents, and they would to the degree. That's true. I don't know. But I've always I've kind of appreciate that about the Jesuits. They they really are kind of a unique group. I do I really don't believe that anybody runs the country. I just think so many of those things are modeled after that old anti-semitic troop, you know, trope about. About the the kind of octopus. Like tentacles that go out into the world like spectre kind of the thing. So I don't think that's true. But it's I mean and on a Protestant seems like a Protestant kind of radio station. I think they probably love to point the finger at the Catholic churches, it's it's unfair. But it's also sort of tested, and there's a lot of people that would probably go into that. Why would you think the Jesuits are running the world what what was their best most convincing piece of evidence that the Jesuits her behind everything will ban from Europe by the pope, they were disenfranchised by the pope, then all of a sudden, they became blunders in the Lord again, but all the leading white members the highest echelon of German Reich in World War Two were Jesuit will Jesuit trained, and then the Castro brothers both Fidel Dylan his were Jesuit. With train, and it was interesting that this pope, we'll see help of. You know, Brock Obama ending about seven years of sanctions against Cuba without any knowledge of the congress. So they were banned in Europe for their dealings in politics or supposed to be this separation of church and state now with the Jesuits, they're everywhere. Well, okay. But you know, this again, I would argue sort of a game of numbers. And if you're going to have a Catholic education, really, there's there's probably two main organizations the Franciscans. And then the Jesuits, and it's to slightly different styles in terms of Catholic education. But some of the biggest universities have been run by Jesuits. I don't think that just going to a Catholic university. Like as you mentioned some important people in history. Have I don't think that that's proof that somehow they're part of some coverall that's running the world. By sheer numbers. A lot of people will have been associated with the Jesuits. I think it's kind of the same thing. I hear people accused the the church of Saturday saints for having the same type of influence. I need a lot more proof before I come to that. But I I appreciate the call. I it's interesting thought I haven't haven't heard that theory in a while I'll get to know the open, call your and just a second. But I will say this. I do remember earlier this week on another. Radio show, or perhaps, it's a it's a it's a podcast just the other day. Somebody defended it was a it was a kind of a radical, right? Christian minister who is on the air in some form. And he was saying that it was. He was calling into question. Why people were jumping on President Trump's case for not saying the apostles creed. Neither he nor Malania did during the Bush funeral. And he said, well, you know, it's we don't need the apostles creed. You don't it's not essential to being Christian. He was he was better off not saying it, and then he kind of talked about it being one of these artificial things that you know, exists in Christianity either. They're they're not good for the church. And so you don't have to be you don't have to be you could be a Christian and not observe the apostles creed. Or be able to talk about it's probably better that you don't that was his conclusion, and I think that's just so silly. I mean, the apostles creed is is like the central core argument of Christianity. I think he was confusing over the nice scene creed, which is a little more legalistic approach, but the apostles creed is essentially a restating of the baptism avows. And what's more central to the Christian, faith and baptismal vows? Anyway, I didn't get his argument. And I don't think it's true. I go to let's see Charles is in Elgin, Texas on coast to coast AM, Charles. Hey in. Yeah. I kind of still kind of interested in this whole sort of cover up. Long arm is just cover up thing. And and things like, you know, that that thing that happened in Houston with the cardiologists. I don't is there anybody that's still kind of you know. Interested in. Well, I guess maybe you formation or pursuing, you know, some of the more recent cover up actions, you know, whether fascinations or what have you? I mean, I. I have a personal interest in us, I suppose because. I was told year before last. I didn't really hard accepted. But. Mike told me then assassinated, I kind of had it kind of you know, but the, you know, we we have and my dad. I lot us all my connection. I didn't use my connections. And I there was a reason why didn't do that. And he used to tell me not to say certain standing, and I guess I must've said Stockton. Why why what happened? If you said, something, you didn't say somebody got assassinated. My my dad your dad was assassinated. Yeah. You know, George will. Lawyer. He's always trying to figure out a way to you know, that argue that might dad wasn't a fascinating bet. It was an accident or this or that I was told he was assassinated. I didn't believe it either. I wouldn't have thought that if I I kinda thought we'll murder. But but. Oh, that's interesting. Just a matter perspective. Well, thank you, Charles. Let's I I've heard of that. But I got listen to more during the week. Probably would have probably would have. No. But I I am totally getting a heads up that a former guest on coast to coast AM wants to jump into the conversation. So hang on for that is just part of the mystery.

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"manic depression" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:18 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And we're getting ready for the note here in North Carolina. Yeah. I mean, you could are how close are you to the to the Appalachian ridge over there in the western part of the state. Well, ashville is I'm about one hundred and sixty or seventy miles from there. I'm kind of in the center of the state, but even here there kind of is so tasting somewhere between I don't know like four to maybe it's possibly nine or ten inches. Yeah. I yeah. I mean, even if if you're getting snow like that in the Piedmont, it's gonna be trouble. I was just looking at at what's coming in how how far it's going to travel. So be do be careful and thanks for jumping in. Where do you want to go here with open lines? I wanted to get your opinion. I'd wanted to call in a few weeks ago. But I wasn't feeling. Well, what do you what you're taking on the whole Heather Locklear downward spiral because I hadn't heard since the summer. And then of course, she was on the front cover a supermarket tabloid. Just we can apparently not doing any better. Yeah. What he's referring to is that this. Stories kind of well documented in a way because of her continued run ins with police. And that she whether it's driving or being accused of being violent is that Heather Locklear who at one point was kind of America's sweetheart, you know, kind of the typical. Kind of the the blonde beauty with some brains. I mean, she really was you know, she she wasn't. She wasn't a dopey actress. And she seemed like a really interesting person. I think yeah. I mean, I buy opinion is I read about some of the tabloid stuff. This is this is what happened mental illness can come to anybody, and it comes in all sorts of different forms and. Manic depression. Whether it's. Other other types of soft psychosis as opposed to like, some of the harder stuff that happens. It's enough to throw somebody off and then when you're under the celebrity spotlight. Everything looks bad. I feel sorry for, but it's pretty obvious that she like a lot of other people in this country seem to be breaking down. And I think your term downward spiral is is is asked. What do you think of it? Why did you bring it up? It's interesting that you that you focused on that. Well, now, some of the younger generation may not be it's been there with her. But I pretty much grew up watching her on television. I mean, she was such a staple on many of the show. She was on dynasty t j Hooker Waseem time at the same time. Which is even interesting. She was on to hit shows at the same time. That's how she was. Yeah. I mean, she was just the basically the staple of American television in the eighties and nineties, and I I had always been a big fan of her. And I know she had even when she was on Melrose prayed she had an on again off again relationship with Jack Wagner. I know. And I mean, I've just you know, until recently, I just never I was pretty much being, you know, somewhat stable and granted she'd been portrayed Hilary Duff mother in the movie called the perfect man years ago. And you know, it just it really just is. I'm really just quite by that she's doing so badly and so poorly. Yup. I think it's a good reminder that no matter nothing puts us in a bubble. You know, nothing. There's no force field out there that can protect us from things like that. And I hope she continues to get the help that she needs without having it compounded everywhere by paparazzi who are cataloging misbehavior, but your point is taken. I'm glad you brought it up that is different don's in Kent Ohio on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM, Don, brother, e unhappy Sabbath. That's right. And for that matter. Happy Hanukkah to for those hang a local Christian radio program did an interview with a former leader legal counsel the World Bank. Karen, who's who thought that the CIA was running the country and was shocked to find out that it was the Jesuits that are actually running the country in one of the callers referred to the CIA Catholics in action. I grew up Catholic I'm shocked at some of these revelations. I mean, I was like I mean for people who don't know what makes Jesuits so special. I mean in their Scholasticism the Jesuit and with their there's sort of an elite order not everybody can become a Jesuit. They have been often referred to as sort of the Vatican's secret agents, and they would to the degree. That's true. I don't know. But I've always I kind of appreciate that about the Jesuits that they they really are kind of a unique group. I do I really don't believe that anybody runs the country. I just I think so many of those things are modeled. After that old anti-semitic troop trope about. About the the kind of octopus. Like tentacles that go out into the world like spectre kind of a thing. So I don't think that's true. But it's I mean and on a Protestant seems like a Protestant kind of radio station. I think they probably love to point the finger at the Catholic churches, it's it's unfair. But it's it's also sort of time-tested, and there's a lot of people that would probably go into that. Why would you think the Jesuits are running the world what what was their best most convincing piece of evidence that the Jesuits her behind everything will banned from Europe by the pope, you know, they were disenfranchised by the pope dental suddenly became brothers in the Lord again, but all the leading right members the highest echelon of German Reich in World War Two were Jesuit Jesuit trained. And then the Castro brothers. Elena's weather were Jesuit train. And it was interesting that this pope with the help of you know, Barack Obama ended about seven years of sanctions against Cuba without any knowledge of the congress. So they were banned in Europe for their dealings in politics or supposed to be this separation of church and state now with the Jesuits, they're everywhere. Well, okay. But you know, this again, I would argue sort of a game of numbers. And if you're going to have a Catholic education, really, there's like there's probably two main organizations the Franciscans, and then the Jesuits, and it's two slightly different styles in terms of Catholic education. But some of the biggest universities have been run by Jesuits. I don't think that just going to a Catholic university. Like as you mentioned some important people in history. Have I don't think that that's proof that somehow they're part of some cub all that's running. The world. By sheer numbers. A lot of people will have been associated with the Jesuits. I think it's of the same thing. I hear when people accuse the the church of latter day saints for having the same type of influence. I need a lot more proof before I come to that. But I I appreciate the call. It's interesting thought I haven't heard that theory in a while I'll get to know the open call your in just a second. But I will say this. I do remember earlier this week on another radio show, or perhaps it's a it's a it's a podcast just the other day. Somebody defended. It was a kind of radical right Christian minister who is on the air in some form. And he was saying that it was. He was calling into question. Why people were jumping on President Trump's case for not saying the apostles creed. Neither he nor Malania did during the Bush funeral. And he said, well, you know, it's we don't need the apostles creed. You don't it's not essential to being Christian. He was he was better off not saying it, and then he kind of talked about it being one of these artificial things that, you know, exists in Christianity either there, they're not good for the church. And so you don't have to be you don't have to be you could be a Christian and not observe the apostles creed. Or be able to talk about it's probably better that you don't that was his conclusion, and I think that's just so silly. I mean, the apostles creed is is like the central core arguments. Christianity, I think he was confusing the nice scene creed, which is a little more legalistic approach, but the apostles creed is essentially a restating of the baptism avows. And what's more central to the Christian, faith and baptismal vows? Anyway, I didn't get his argument. And I don't think it's true. Me. Go to listen Charles is in Elgin, Texas, coast to coast AM, Charles. Hey there in. Yeah. I kind of still kind of interested in this whole sort of cover up long arm, just cover up thing. And and things like. You know that that thing that happened in Houston? What's the cardiologists? I don't know. Is there anybody that's still kind of you know? Interested in. Well, I guess maybe information or pursuing, you know, some of the more recent cover up actions, you know, whether fascinations or what have you? I mean, I have a personal interest in this, I suppose because. I was told year before last when they. I didn't really hard accepted. But you know, when they said that my Mike told me, then assassinated, I kind of had it kind of you know. But the you know, we we have a and my dad. I didn't use all my connection. I didn't use my connection. There was a reason why I didn't see that. And he he but used to tell me not to say certain things, and I guess, I must've said something that I shouldn't have sat and why. What happened? If you said, something, you didn't say somebody got assassinated. My dad, we your dad was assassinated. Yeah, you know, George will. Lawyer he always trying to figure out a way to you know, that dog you that my dad wasn't that it was an accident or this or that he was assassinated. I didn't believe it either..

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"manic depression" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And we're getting ready for the no here in North Carolina. Yeah. I mean, you could are how close are you to the to the Appalachian ridge over there in the western part of the state. Well, ashville is I'm about one hundred sixty or seventy miles from there. I'm kind of in the center of the state, but even here there kind of associating somewhere between I don't know like four to maybe it's possibly nine or ten inches. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, even if you're getting snow like that in the Piedmont, it's going to be trouble. I was just looking at at what's coming into how how far it's going to travel. So beat do be careful and thanks for jumping in. Where do you wanna go here with open lines? I wanted to get your opinion. I wanted to call in a few weeks ago, but I wasn't feeling. Well, what do you? What's your taken? Hold -pinion on the whole Heather Locklear downward spiral because I hadn't since the summer. And then of course, she was on the front cover of a supermarket tabloid wicked apparently not doing any better. So yeah, what what he's referring to is that this. Stories kind of well documented in a way because of her continued run ins with police, and that she whether it's driving or being accused of being violent is that Heather Locklear who at one point was kind of America's sweetheart, you know, kind of the typical. Kind of the the blonde beauty with some brains. I mean, she she really was you know, she she wasn't she she wasn't a dopey actress. And she seemed like a really interesting person. I think yeah. I mean, I my opinion is I read about some of the tabloid stuff. This is this is what happened mental illness can come to anybody, and it comes in all sorts of different forms and manic depression. Whether it's other other types of soft psychosis as opposed to like, some of the harder stuff that happens. It's enough to throw somebody off and then when you're under the celebrity spotlight. Everything looks bad. I feel sorry for, but it's pretty obvious that she like a lot of other people in this country seemed to be breaking down. And I think you're downward spiral is a is a is apt. What do you think of it? Why did you bring it up? It's interesting that you that you focused on that. Well, now, some of the younger generation may not be familiar with her. But I pretty much grew up watching her on television. I mean, she. It's such a staple on many of the show. She was on dynasty TJ Hooker time at the same time. Which is even usually she was on to hit shows at the same time. That's how she was. Yeah. I mean, she was just the basically the staple of American television in the eighties and nineties, and I had always been a big fan of her. And I know she had even when she was on Melrose pray. She had an on again off again relationship with Jack Wagner. I know. And I mean, I've just you know, until recently, I just never I was thought Peres pretty much being, you know, somewhat stable and granted purrs she'd been portrayed Hilary Duff's mother in the movie called the perfect man years ago. And you know, it really is. I'm really quite. By that she's doing so badly and so poorly. Yeah. I think it's a good reminder that no matter nothing puts us in a bubble. You know, nothing. There's no force field out there that can protect us from things like that. And I hope she continues to get the help that she needs without having it compounded everywhere by paparazzi who are cataloging misbehavior. But your point is taken. I'm glad you brought up that is different don's in Kent Ohio on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM done brother, unhappy Sabbath. That's right. And for that matter. Happy Hannukah to for those. Yeah. Hey, no, local Christian radio program did an interview with a former leader legal counsel the World Bank. Karen, who's who thought that the CIA was running the country and was shocked to find out that it was the Jesuits directly running the country in one of the callers referred to the CIA Catholics and action. I grew up Catholic I'm shocked at some of these revelations. I I was like. Like, I mean for people who don't know what makes Jesuits so special in their Scholasticism the Jesuit and with their they're sort of an elite order not everybody can become a Jesuit. They have been often referred to as sort of the Vatican's secret agents, and they would to the degree. That's true. I don't know. But I've always I kind of appreciate that about the Jesuits that they they really are kind of a unique group. I do I really don't believe that anybody runs the country. I just I think so many of those things are modeled. After that old anti-semitic troop trope about. About the the kind of octopus. Like tentacles that go out into the world like spectre kind of the thing. So I don't think that's true. But it's I mean and on a Protestant seems like a Protestant kind of radio station. I think they probably love to point the finger at the Catholic churches, it's it's unfair. But it's it's also sort of time tested, and there's a lot of people that would probably go into that. Why would you think the Jesuits are running the world? What what what was their best most convincing piece of evidence that the Jesuits her behind everything will banned from Europe by the pope, they were disenfranchised by the pope, then all of a sudden they became brothers in the Lord again, but all the leading right members the highest echelon of German Reich in World War Two were Jesuit were Jesuit trained. And then the Castro brothers moved to Dylan the weather were Jesuit. With train, and it was interesting that this pope with the help of you know, Barack Obama ending about seven years of sanctions against Cuba without any knowledge of the congress. So they were banned in Europe for their dealings in politics or supposed to be this separation of church and state now with the Jesuits, they're everywhere. Well, okay. But. This again, I would argue sort of a game of numbers. And if you're gonna have a Catholic education, really there's like there's probably two main organizations the Franciscans. And then the Jesuits, and it's two slightly different styles in terms of Catholic education. But some of the biggest universities have been run by Jesuits. I don't think that just going to a Catholic university. Like as you mentioned some important people in history. Have I don't think that that's proof that somehow they're part of some of all that's running the world. By sheer numbers. A lot of people will have been associated with the Jesuits. I think it's kind the same thing. I hear when people accused the the church of latter day saints for having the same type of influence. I need a lot more proof before I come to that. But I I appreciate the call. I it's interesting thought I haven't heard that theory in a while. And I'll get to know the open call. You're just a second. But I will say this idea. Remember earlier this week on another. Radio show, or perhaps, it's a it's a it's a podcast just the other day. Somebody defended it was a it was a kind of radical, right? Christian minister who is on the air in some form. And he was saying that it was. He was calling into question. Why people were jumping on President Trump's case for not saying the apostles creed. Neither he nor Malania did during the Bush funeral. And he said, well, you know, it's we don't need the apostles creed. You don't it's not essential to being Christian. He was he was better off not saying it, and then he kind of talked about it being one of these artificial things that, you know, exists in Christianity there that are that are not good for the church. And so you don't have to be you don't have to be you could be a Christian and not observe the apostles creed. Or be able to talk about it's probably better that you don't. That was his conclusion. And I think that's just so silly. I mean, the apostles creed is is like the central core arguments. Christianity, I think he was confusing over the nice scene creed, which is a little more legalistic approach for the apostles creed is essentially a restating of the baptism avows. And what's more central to the Christian, faith and baptismal vows? Anyway, I didn't get his argument. And I don't think it's true. I go to listen Charles is in Elgin, Texas on coast to coast AM, Charles. Hey there in. Yeah. You know? Kind of I kind of still kind of interested in this whole sort of cover up long, arm and just cover up thing. And and things like, you know, that thing that happened in Houston with the cardiologists is there anybody still kind of you know, interested in. Well, I guess maybe inflammation or pursuing. You know, some of the more recent cover up actions, you know, whether facination or what have you? I mean, I of have a personal interest in us, I suppose because. I was told here before last when they. I didn't really party accepted. But when they said that my you know, that might told me the my then assassinated, I kind of had a kind of you know, but. The you know, we we have and my dad. I didn't use all my connection. I didn't use my connections. And I there was a reason why didn't do that. And he he, but we used to tell me not to say. Say certain things, and I guess, I must've said. Why what happened? If you said, something you didn't say somebody got assassinated, my my dad when your dad was assassinated. Yeah, you know, George will. Lawyer. He's always trying to figure out a way to you know, that dog you that.

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"manic depression" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And we're getting ready for the snow here in North Carolina. Yeah. You are you are how close are you to the to the Appalachian ridge over there in the western part of the state. Well, ashville is I'm about one hundred sixty or seventy miles from there. I'm kind of incentive to state, but even here there kind of associating somewhere between I don't know like four to maybe it's possibly nine or ten inches. Yeah. I I mean, even if if you're getting snow like that in the Piedmont, it's going to be trouble. I was just looking at. At what's coming in. How how far it's going to travel. So beat do be careful and thanks for jumping in. Where do you wanna go here with open lines? I wanted to get your opinion. I'd wanted to call in a few weeks ago. But I wasn't feeling. Well, what do you? What's your taking opinion on the whole Heather Locklear downward spiral because I hadn't. Since the summer. And then of course, she was on the front cover of a supermarket tabloid. Apparently, not doing any better. So. Yeah. What would he's referring to is that this story is kind of well documented in a way because of her continued run ins with police, and that she whether it's driving or being accused of being violent is Heather Locklear who at one point was kind of America's sweetheart, you know, kind of the typical. Kind of the the blonde beauty with some brains. I mean, she really was you know, she she wasn't she she wasn't a dopey actress. And she seemed like a really interesting person. I think yeah. I mean, I buy opinion is I read about some of the tabloid stuff is this is this is what happened mental illness can come to anybody, and it comes in all sorts of different forms and. Manic depression. Whether it's. Other other types of soft psychosis as opposed to like, some of the harder stuff that happens. It's enough to throw somebody off and then when you're under the celebrity spotlight. Everything looks bad. I feel sorry for, but it's pretty obvious it she like a lot of other people in this country seem to be breaking down. And I think your term downward spiral is is is app. What do you think of it? Why did you bring it up? It's interesting that you that you focused on it. Well, now, some of the younger generation may not be it's been there with her. But I pretty much grew up watching her on television. I mean, she was such a staple on many of the show. She was on dynasty TJ Hooker time at the same time. Which was even interesting. She was on to hit shows at the same time. That's how bad she was. Oh. Oh, I mean, she was just the basically the staple of American television in the eighties and nineties, then I I had always been a big fan of her. And I know she hadn't even when she was on Melrose pray. She had an on again off again relationship with Jack Wagner. I know. And I mean, I just you know, until recently, I just never I always thought of hers a pretty much being a, you know, somewhat stable and grabbed her purse, she'd been portrayed Hilary, Duff's mother in the movie called the perfect man years ago. And you know, it just it really just is. I'm really just quite. By that she's doing so badly so poorly. Yup. I think it's a good reminder that no matter nothing puts us in a bubble nothing. There's no force field out there that can protect us from things like that. And I hope she continues to get the help that she needs without having it compounded everywhere by paparazzi who are cataloging misbehavior. But your point is taken. I'm glad brought up that is different don's in Kent Ohio on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM, Don brother, e unhappy Sabbath. That's right. And for that matter. Happy Hanukkah to for those. Hey, no, local Christian radio program did an interview with a former leader legal counsel the World Bank. Karen, who's who thought that the CIA was running the country and shocked to find out that it was the Jesuits actually running the country in one of the callers referred to the CIA ask Catholics in action. I grew up Catholic I'm shocked at some of these revelations. I I was like. I mean for people who don't know what makes Jesuits so special in their Scholasticism Jesuit, and there there's sort of an elite order not everybody can become a Jesuit. They have been often referred to as sort of the Vatican's secret agents, and they. Was to the degree. That's true. I don't know. But I've always I kind of appreciate that about the Jesuits that they they really are kind of a unique group. I do I really don't believe that anybody runs the country. I just I think so many of those things are modeled after that old anti-semitic troop trope about. About the the kind of octopus. Like tentacles that go out into the world like spectre kind of thing. So I don't think that's true. But it's I mean on a Protestant seems like a Protestant kind of radio station. I think they'd probably love to point the finger at the Catholic church. It's it's it's unfair. But it's it's also sort of time tested, and there's a lot of people that would probably go into that. Why would you think the Jesuits are running the world? What what what was their best most convincing piece of evidence that the Jesuits are behind everything the will banned from Europe by the pope, they were disenfranchised by the pope, then all of a sudden, they became blunders in the Lord again, but all the leading right members the highest echelon of the German Reich and World War Two. We're Jesuit Jesuit trained. And then the Castro brothers Dylan. Weather were Jesuit train. And it was interesting that this pope with the help of, you know, Barack Obama ending about seven years of sanctions against Cuba without any knowledge of the congress. So they were banned in Europe for their dealings in politics or supposed to be this separation of church and state and now with the Jesuits, they're everywhere. Well, okay. But here. This again, I would argue sort of a game of numbers. And if you're going to have a Catholic education, really, there's like there's probably two main organizations the Franciscans, and then the Jesuits, and it's two slightly different styles in terms of Catholic education. But some of the biggest universities have been run by Jesuits. I don't think that just going to a Catholic university. Like as you mentioned some important people in history. Have I don't think that that's proof that somehow they're part of some coverall that's running the world. By sheer numbers. A lot of people will have been associated with the Jesuits. I think it's kinda the same thing. I hear when people accused the church of latter day saints for having the same type of influence. I need a lot more proof before I come to that. But I I appreciate the call. It's interesting thought I haven't heard that theory in a while. Get to know the open call your in just a second. But I will say this. I do remember earlier this week on another. Radio show, or perhaps, it's a it's a it's a podcast just the other day. Somebody defended. It was a kind of radical right? Christian minister who is on the air and some form, and he was saying that it was. He was calling into question. Why people were jumping on President Trump's case for not saying the apostles creed. Neither he nor Malania did during the Bush funeral. And he said, well, you know, it's we don't need the apostles creed. You don't it's not essential to being Christian. He was he was better off not saying it, and then he kind of talked about it being one of these artificial things that exists in Christianity that are not good for the church. And so you don't have to be you don't have to be you could be a Christian in not observe the apostles creed. Or be able to talk about it's probably better that you don't that was his conclusion, and I think that's just so silly. I mean, the apostles creed is is like the central core arguments. Christianity, I think he was confusing with the nice scene creed. Which is a little more legalistic. In its approach, but the apostles creed is essentially a restating of the baptism avows. And what's more central to the Christian, faith and baptismal vows? Anyway, I didn't get his argument. And I don't think it's true. I go to listening Charles is in Elgin, Texas on coast to coast AM, Charles. Hey there in. Yeah. You know, I kind of still kind of interested in this whole sort of cover up. The long arm just cover up thing. And and things like, you know, that that's thing that happened in Houston. What's the cardiologists? I don't know. Is there anybody still kind of you know, interested in? Well, I guess maybe information or pursuing, you know, some of the more recent cover up actions, you know, whether fascinations or what have you? I mean, I have a personal interest in this, I suppose because. I was told year before last when they. I didn't really hard accepted. But when they said that my Mike told me. Fascinated I kind of had kind of you know, but the, you know, we we have a man and my dad had a lot of today. I didn't use all my connection. I didn't use my connections. And I there was a reason why I didn't see that. And he. But we used to tell me, you know, it's not to say certain settings. And I guess I must've said Stockton. That's in the sad. And. What happened? If you said, something, you didn't say somebody got assassinated. My dad, we your dad was assassinated. Yeah, you know, George well. Lawyer. He's always trying to figure out a way to you know, that argue that my dad wasn't assassinated that it was an accident. Or is this or that I was told he was I didn't believe it either. I wouldn't have thought that if I I kind of thought well, maybe murder. But..

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"manic depression" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on KTRH

"And we're getting ready for the smell here in North Carolina. Yeah. You are you are how close are you to the to the Appalachian ridge over there in the western part of the state. Well, ashville is I'm about one hundred sixty or seventy miles from there. I'm kind of in the center of the state, but even here there kind of somewhere between four to maybe it's possibly nine or ten inches. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, even if if you're getting snow like that in the Piedmont, it's going to be trouble. I was just looking at at what's coming in how how far it's going to travel. So be do be careful and thanks for jumping in. Where do you want to go here with open lines? I wanted to get your opinion. I wanted to call in a few weeks ago, but I wasn't feeling. Well, what do you? What's your taking hold on the whole Heather Locklear downward spiral because I hadn't heard since the summer. And then of course, she was on the front cover of a supermarket tabloid. Apparently, not doing any better. So what what he's referring to is that this story is kind of well documented in a way because of her continued run ins with police, and that she whether it's driving or being accused of being violent is that Heather Locklear who at one point was kind of America's sweetheart. You know, kind of the typical. Kind of the the blonde beauty with some brains. I mean, she really was you know, she she wasn't she she wasn't a dopey actress. And she seemed like a really interesting person. I think yeah. I mean, I buy opinion as I read about some of the tabloid stuff is this is this is what happened mental illness can come to anybody, and it comes in all sorts of different forms and. Manic depression. Whether it's you know, other other types of soft psychosis as opposed to like, some of the harder stuff that happens. It's enough to throw somebody off and then when you're under the celebrity spotlight. Everything looks bad. I feel sorry for, but it's pretty obvious that she like a lot of other people in this country seemed to be breaking down. And I think your term downward spiral is is is apt. What do you think of it? Why didn't you bring it up? It's interesting that you that you focused on that. Well, now, some of the younger generation may not be it's been there with her. But I I pretty much grew up watching her on television. I mean, she sure such a staple on many of the shows she was on dynasty t j Hooker time at the same time. Which is even she she was on to hit shows at the same time. That's how big she was. Yeah. Yeah. It was just the basically the staple of American television in the eighties and nineties, and I had always been a big fan of her. And I know she hadn't even when she was on Melrose pray. She had an on again off again relationship with Jack Wagner. I know. And I mean, I've just you know, until recently, I just never I always thought prayers are pretty much being, you know, somewhat stable and granted purrs. Been portrayed. Hilary duff's. Mother in the movie called the perfect man years ago. And you know, it really is. I'm really just quite by that she's doing so badly and so poorly. Yup. I think it's a good reminder that no matter nothing puts us in a bubble. You know, nothing. There's no force field out there that can protect us from things like that. And I hope she continues to get the help that she needs without having it compounded everywhere by paparazzi who are cataloging misbehavior. But your point is taken. I'm glad you brought it up that is different don's in Kent Ohio on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM, Don. Happy sabbath. That's right. And for that matter. Happy Hanukkah to for those. Hey, no, local Christian radio program did an interview with a former leader legal counsel the World Bank. Karen, who's who thought that the CIA was running the country and was shocked to find out that it was the Jesuits rashly running the country and one of the callers referred to the CIA Catholics in action. I grew up Roman Catholic shocked at some of these revelations. I. I was like I mean for people who don't know what makes Jesuits so special in their Scholasticism Jesuit and with their sort of an elite order not everybody can become a Jesuit. They have been often referred to as sort of the Vatican's secret agents, and they would to the degree. That's true. I don't know. But I've always I kind of appreciate that about the Jesuits that they they really are kind of a unique group. I don't I really don't believe that anybody runs the country. I just I think so many of those things are modeled after that old anti-semitic troop trope about. About the the kind of octopus. Like tentacles that go out into the world like spectre kind of a thing. So I don't think that's true. But it's I mean and on a Protestant seems like a Protestant kind of radio station. I think they probably love to point the finger at the Catholic churches, it's it's unfair. But it's it's also sort of time tested, and there's a lot of people that would probably go into that. Why would you think the Jesuits are running the world let it what what was their best most convincing piece of evidence that the Jesuits her behind everything will banned from Europe by the pope, they were disenfranchised by the pope, then all of a sudden they became brothers in the Lord again, but all the leading members the highest echelon of the German Reich in World War Two were Jewish Jesuit trained. And then the Castro brothers were Jesuit. What train and it was interesting that this pope with the help of. You know, Barack Obama ending about seven years of sanctions against Cuba without any knowledge of the congress. So they will banned in Europe for their dealings in politics is supposed to be this separation of church and state and now with the Jesuits, they're everywhere. Well, okay. But you know, this again, I would argue sort of a game of numbers. And if you're going to have a Catholic education, really there's like there's probably two main organizations the Franciscans. And then the Jesuits and this to slightly different styles in terms of Catholic education. But some of the biggest universities have been run by Jesuits. I don't think that just going to a Catholic university. Like as you mentioned some important people in history. Have I don't think that that's proof that somehow they're part of some cub all that's running the world by sheer numbers. A lot of people will have been associated with the Jesuits. I think it's kind of the same thing. I hear when people accused the church of outer day saints for having the same type of influence. I need a lot more proof before I come to that. But I I appreciate the call. It's interesting thought I haven't haven't heard that theory in a while. I'll get to know the open call you're just a second. But I will say this. I do remember earlier this week on another. Radio show, or perhaps, it's a it's a it's a podcast just the other day. Somebody defended. It was a it was a kind of a radical right Christian minister who is on the air in some form. And he was saying that it was. He was calling into question. Why people were jumping on President Trump's case for not saying the apostles creed. Neither he nor Malania did during the Bush funeral. And he said, well, you know, it's we don't need the apostles creed. You don't it's not essential to being Christian. He was he was better off not saying it, and then he kind of talked about it being one of these artificial things that you know, exists in Christianity, they're they're they're not good for the church. And so you don't have to be you don't have to you could be a Christian and not observe the apostles creed. Or be able to talk about it's probably better that you don't that conclusion? And I think that's just so silly. I mean, the Postles creed is is like the central core arguments. Christianity, I think he was confusing over the nice scene creed, which is a little more legalistic approach for the apostles creed is essentially a restating of the baptism avows. And what's more central to the Christian, faith and baptismal vows? Anyway, I didn't get his argument. And I don't think it's true. I go to let's see Charles is in Elgin, Texas on coast to coast AM, Charles. Hey there in..

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"manic depression" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

15:45 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And weather. And welcome back to coast to coast this hour. We're back with Sarah Hannah her book mood topa, Sara. Where do we get your book available all over the internet? You just have to put it in a search bar, and he got hundreds of places to buy it from choper. Let's talk about more of these herbs for your attitude. Then we'll go to phone calls as well. We were talking about that blue vein, and you were mentioning that's good for executive good for panic. Good frames diety, you know, there's an herb called rodeo LA rodeo Lee is one of the most studied herbs it's used all the time in Russia. It's given athletes that need that little bit of boost and they need to calm the system down at the same time. So when you think about an athlete they need to have power and energy, but they also need to be calm and relaxed rodeo shines in that area. And a lot of people that have had chronic illnesses and a recovering from it. Do. Very well with an herb called row called rodeo, LA passion flower. What does that do passion flower? It's one of the most stunning flowers. Everyone has to go on the internet right now and search out that flower. I mean, it's so gorgeous to look at passion flower helps with insomnia. It's not our strongest herb for insomnia, but it really helps to calm the system down. After a stressful overwhelming exhausting day, you can take some passion flower around dinnertime repeated again about two hours later, and then take it again. Right before you go to bed it's calming and soothing, and you don't have that hang over feeling in the morning that you can with sleeping pills. Roseola is that the same as what you just mentioned rodeo, a yes, we just discussed that one wonderful, lavender Lavin out lavender, so interesting because we all know of lavender as an essential oil and lavender is also used in chief. Warm, and it's also used in teacher form it helps when you get that sadness, and you get stuck you know, when you're deciding should I quit my job. Should I not quit my job? Should I stay in this relationship? Should I not stay in this relationship when you feel stuck medicines? Not gonna get you out of that rut, you need to speak to a good friend, get a mentor and take some lavender it kind of opens up that heart calm the system down and lets you see what you need your next step to be or how about rose. This is interesting, isn't that? So interesting so roses are amazing. All rose pedals are edible. Now. I'm not saying you can go to your local florist because there's so many pesticides. But if you're out in the woods, and there's rose very very high in vitamin c rose water is used rose central roses used throughout the world. Not as much in America. We do give it to people. That are sick. We give it to people we love, but the rose, and you take it. Inside it really helps with broken hearts. Now, we all get broken hearts. I mean, my heart was smashed all over the place when I was experiencing the what my daughter went through. But even just little things your neighbor can say something wrong to you, your best friend can say something hurtful, you get that pain in your heart. You feel it's a little bit broken rose is an incredible herb, and it's available for all of us. Okay. Valerian so Larry. And that's another very well studied herb used a lot again in Russia, and that really calms the system down. It's what the medicine valium was originally made from it's amazing it works. So well, sometimes it puts people to sleep. So it's very commonly used for as a sleep aid. Can you mix it with passion flower? Of course, you can. But a lot of my clients take it they don't feel. Tired at all. It's so funny that you're saying I had a client. She calls me three times a year. Here's her conversation Sahana. Yeah. Because I don't know if I've really ever discussed this with you. I'm like, uh-huh. She's like, you know, I I'm just feeling like depressed and down. I'm like, oh is this a new feeling HANA like everything's fine in my life. I'm getting along with my husband. I don't know what it is. And I always laughing inside. I'm like, well, can you go to your cabinet and see if you have an herb they're called Valerian? She goes Valerian because. Yes, here's goes. What do I use it for? I'm like this exact situation. She takes it for about a week. She calls me. And she goes, oh my gosh. I feel so much better. I'm like, I know we've been doing this for years. So what happens is when you are in that kind of desperate state. And you take these herbs they feel better. And they get you out of the rut. And then when you're feeling better, you just kind of forget to take George so people. Say to be can you get addicted to these herbs, and I'm like, we live such busy lives. Once you're feeling less. Sad less frustrated feeling more in control. You're gonna forget to take it. You're going to go off of it on your own. And then boom, you gotta remember. It's there when you feel it again, why do why do we need the herbs? Why can't we just do it within ourselves because we have chemicals flooding around us all the time people that are living in big cities. We've got hormonal disruptors in the pesticides in our food. We've got small we've got traffic. I mean, not everybody's living in rural areas. And you know, we all need a little hand holding herbs have been used for thousands of years. There used all over the world who did a study. And I'm not quoting it. Exactly. But it was something like they interviewed women outside the US. And like eighty five percent of people worldwide were using herbs and didn't even think of it as herbs, oh when your adolescent, you take this or. Peri menopause. You take this herb. So we as Americans have just lost this guest. And the reason we need them because life is hard George bad things happen to good people things happen at work things happen. A relationships your heart beats faster you become nervous. And these herbs just calm down. I mean, it's kind of like, you know, Sleepytime t that's an herb. I mean, you sit down at the end of the day puts them Sleepytime t in a Cup. You put some Honey in it. And he usually feel better Americans don't have ti- time. We don't have that in our culture anymore. And it's here for a store. I mean, you asked me why do people need it? Why are one out of five people on psychotropic meds? We're struggling. We we are struggling there's no question about it. Now, do doctors appreciate the fact that you bring them these alternatives. Well, I have a lot of doctors that our clients, and they'll come into me and say there is no way I'm going on medication. There is no end to the side. Let's gave herbs a try. And you know, sometimes you have to experiment with herb centers. You have to try different combinations. It's not like the first urbi gonna take like magic, boom. I'm better play around with it for a little bit. You may need to take more of a dose less of a dose. Some people need to take it once a day twice a day. But once you find your herbal combination. It's there for you. It's on your shelf. It's in your briefcase. It's in your backpack. And I would love to say that, you know, deep breathing. Meditating positive information is enough. But my office is flooded. It's not enough people come in to me and say, deep breathing. I'm lucky if I can, you know, take breast in between all my clients at work. So the herbs I mean, it's just like food. Think of herbs as food you need onions you need garlic. You need lettuce except romaine right now, you need cucumbers, you need green beans. These are all plants that grow. Oh, and those plants make us feel stronger. So if you're in an emotional state, for instance, you're hormonal and grumpy and depressed, there's an herb called mother war with just kind of calms it down takes that black cloud away. And then there's all these trace vitamins and minerals 'cause it's a plant food that gives your body nutrition. So whenever you take herbs for emotional stress. You're also getting vitamins and nutrients to make you feel stronger and re- revitalize you now with everything that's been going on in this planet. These days do you find or what do you find to be the most pressing issue that you would like to fix if you could you mean with my clients emotionally with people in general? I mean, I think depression is really big I feel people had a lot of money, and they were depressed and don't have enough money, and their depressed and don't have enough Instagram followers. And you know, what I'm saying? Like, I find that. There's this lack of satisfaction in the world were not having so much interaction with people like we used to families are shrinking and disintegrating. So that's what I feel is is really going on. I mean, that's why in the book new Topi besides her which you can tell I'm so passionate about talk about things like random acts of kindness because when you're in a state of feeling sad and gloomy you need to go out there and work in a soup kitchen. I mean, it's great that everybody does it on thanksgiving. But you need to do it more. And when we get caught up in. We don't have enough were not as successful. We're not doing what we wanna do. If you go out there and help people all of a sudden you realize. You do have a lot more than you thought. You did. All right. Let's go to the phones. Sid is with us in San Li unroll, California, first time caller. Hey said, hey, George, you did a good job with San Leandro. That's that's right. Thank you. In fact, you were here about six years ago at a theatre was rescued by the way that you took time to let everybody come by and shake your hand. Then at you with you. Thank you for that. Sure thing what I want to say is that I worked in psychiatry as a psychiatric technician for thirty nine years unlock units. And I want to commend the young lady for for. I think really knowing quite she's talking about. I think there's a lot that these said. Trying to kinds of things that she's talking about before you get two for the more severe forms that depression are are different types of mental illness going to the medications, I I can tell you for sure without a doubt. There are there are forms after pressure. And of course, gets a perennial manic depression. Manic depressive illness that seven. The person that families going through that are in very dangerous situations and and the medications. All I can say thank God for for all the people who work many long hours in laboratories developing because there there's really what if when you get to a really dangerous situation with with patients there. There's no real substitute for getting under things control with that. And I know that a lot it's bad. These days the dangerous dangerous of antidepressants. Maybe just say that there are a couple of things associated with that. I hear a lot about well, adolescents. Not only don't work, but but they're very dangerous. Are are with anybody. They're very dangerous. Well, the bad thing about it is better Ovada people when it comes to sign rate. You're not talking about a normal kind. Of course, I'm staying the very obvious that you're not talking about the normal kind of illness. What you're really being told? Well, there's something wrong with you. You know, I it's it's not your arm or your way, get your. There's really something wrong. With you go there. There's so much denial. People get very very good at not really taking their medication still take their medications. Parents will think that their kids are teenagers. They're taking medications and time goes down. Well, heck, they're just not working taking let's get site. Mike. Say something because it reminded me of the story of the client. So I had a client whose husband had a psychotic break, and he really lost it. And he needed to go to psychiatric ward. There was no question about that. But the client, my the wife who was my client. She was dealing with a husband that had a psychotic break. You don't think she needed support? She was depressed. She was sad. She was anxious, and you know, the psychiatrists when she was crying and frustrated not she had two little kids, George and said, she didn't know how to handle it and the doctor wanted to hand her psychotropic meds, and she called me up. And I said, you know, what your husband really needs them. But I think we can support you while you're supporting him with some herbs and she didn't need psychotropic drugs. So I agree people that are having psychotic breaks need them. But what about the support system? What about this the people that are supporting those people with those problems, George you asked before? Why are people so so stressed out 'cause we're dealing with these kinds of situations? It's not easy. It's not easy. So I supported her while she was supporting him. And that was what worked beautifully Marian snowflake, Arizona. Hi, mary. Hi, yours. Thanks, Sarah, Sarah. But but it's spelled Sarah. So you're good. Okay. Great. I just want to you know, applaud you for your creativity, and your perseverance with your daughter that she couldn't fight herself. But you weren't just you wonderful wonderful mother. I also to a huge advocate for acupuncture ice worked for nature pep usually go lizard acupuncturist. Sixteen year old dog with debt hips was Australian shepherd the like ninety feet the airplay Christie. Phenomenal dog. But at sixteen got pretty you know, hurting, and I just couldn't bear the title put him down yet. And he was ready to go. But he was hurting. So I asked. Have you ever worked on the me suggests? And so I brought it in for treatment. And you could see no change in twenty four hours. But after twenty four hours, you would've thought he was a two year old puppy. I had stopping for wanting to play frisbee and calming down and the treatment lasted for about a bunch almost three and a half weeks in the we had to do it again..

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"manic depression" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To play nine seventy WFL a. And welcome back to coast to coast this hour. We're back with Sarah hunter her book mood topa, Sara where do we get your book? It's available all over the internet. You just have to put it in a search bar, and he got hundreds of places to buy it from shopper. Let's talk about more of these herbs for your attitude, then we'll go to phone calls as well. We were talking about that blue ver- vein, and you mentioning that's good for anxiety. Good for panic. Good. Frank zayed's. You know, there's an herb called rodeo LA rodeo la- is one of the most studied herbs it's used all the time in Russia. It's given athletes that need that little bit of boost and they need to calm the system down at the same time. So when you think about an athlete they need to have power and energy, but they also need to be calm and relaxed rodeo shines in that area. And a lot of people that have had chronic illnesses and a recovering from it do very well with an herb called row hauled. Rodeo LA passion flower. What does that do passion? Flower is one of the most stunning flowers every. One has to go on the internet right now and search out that flower. I mean, it's so gorgeous to look at passion flower helps with insomnia. It's not our strongest herb for insomnia, but it really helps to calm the system down. After a stressful overwhelming exhausting day, you can take some passion flower around dinnertime repeated again about two hours later, and then take it again. Right before you go to bed it's calming and soothing, and you don't have that hang over feeling in the morning that you can with sleeping pills roseola is at the same as what you just mentioned rodeo. Yes, we just discussed that one wonderful, lavender, lavender and out Levin or so interesting because we all know of lavender as in the central oil and lavender is also used in chief warm, and it's also used in tincture form it helps when you get that sadness, and you get stuck. You know, when you're deciding should I quit, my job share, not quit my job. Should I stay in this relationship should not stay in this relationship when you feel stuck medicines? Not gonna get you out of that rut, you need to speak to a good friend, get a mentor and take some lavender it kind of opens up that heart calm the system down and lets you see what you need your next step to be or how about rose. This is interesting, isn't that? So interesting so roses are amazing. All rose pedals are edible. Now. I'm not saying you can go to your local florist because there's so many pesticides. But if you're out in the woods, and there's rose very very high in vitamin c rose water is used roses central roses used throughout the world. Not as much in America. We do give it to people. That are sick. We give it to people we love. But the herb Rosen. You take it inside. It really helps with broken hearts. Now, we all get broken hearts. I mean, my heart was smell. Asked all over the place when I was experiencing the what my daughter went through. But even just little things your neighbor can say something wrong to you, your best friend can say something hurtful, you get that pain in your heart. You feel a little bit broken rose is an incredible herb, and it's available for all of us. Okay. Valerian so Larry, and that's another very well studied herb used a lot again in Russia, and that really calms the system down. It's what the medicine valium was originally made from. It's amazing. It works. So well, sometimes it puts people to sleep. So it's very commonly used for as a sleep aid. Can you mix it with passion flower? Of course, you can. But a lot of my clients, take it. They don't feel tired at all. It's so funny that you're saying I had a client. She calls me three times a year. Here's her conversation HANA. Yeah. Because I don't know if I've really ever discussed this with you. I'm like, uh-huh. She's like, you know, I I'm just feeling like depressed and down. I'm like, oh is this a new feeling, you know, so HANA like everything's fine in my life. I'm getting along with my husband. I don't know what it is. And I always laughing inside. I'm like, well, can you go to your cabinet and see if you have an herb they're called Valerian? She goes Valeria because. Yes, here's goes. What do I use it for? I'm like this exact situation. She takes it for about a week. She calls them. She goes. Oh my gosh. I feel so much better. I'm like, I know. I know we've been doing this for years. So what happens is when you are in that kind of desperate state. And you take these herbs. They feel better and they get you out of the rut. And then when you're feeling better. You just kind of forget to take 'em George so people say to me, can you get addicted to these herbs, and I'm like we live such busy lives. Once you're feeling less. Sad less frustrated feeling more in control. You're gonna forget to take it. You're going to go off of it on your own. And then you gotta remember it's there when you feel it again, why do why do we need the herbs? Why can't we just do it within ourselves because we have chemicals flooding around us all the time people that are living in big cities. We've got hormonal disruptors in the pesticides in our food. We've got smog we've got traffic. I mean, not everybody's living in rural areas. And you know, we all need a little hand holding herbs had been used for thousands of years. There used all over the world who did a study. And I'm not quoting it. Exactly. But it was something like they interviewed women outside the US and like eighty five percent of people were. Worldwide. We're using herbs and didn't even think of it as herbs. Oh, when your adolescent time, you take this or Peri menopause. You take this herb. So we as Americans have just lost this guest. And the reason we need them because life is hard George bad things happen to good people things happen at work things happen. A relationships your heart beats faster you become nervous. And these herbs just calm down. I mean, it's kind of like, you know, Sleepytime t that's an herb. I mean, you sit down at the end of the day puts them Sleepytime t in a Cup. Put some Honey in it. And usually feel better Americans don't have ti- time. We don't have that in our culture anymore. And it's here for a store. I mean, you asked me why do people need it? Why are one out of five people on psychotropic meds? We're struggling. We are struggling there's no question about it. Now, do doctors appreciate the fact that you bring them these alternatives. Well, I have a lot of doctors that our clients, and they'll come in to me and say there is no way I'm going on medication. There is no end going to the side. Let's give herbs a try. And you know, sometimes you have to experiment with herb says you have to try different combinations. It's not like the first you're gonna take like magic, boom. I'm better play around with it for a little bit. You may need to take more of a dose less of a dose. Some people need to take it once a day twice a day. But once you find your herbal combination. It's there for you. It's on your shelf. It's in your briefcase is in your backpack. And I would love to say that, you know, deep breathing. Meditating positive information is enough. But my office is flooded. It's not enough. People will come in to me and say deep breathing. I'm lucky if I can, you know, take breath in between all my clients at work. So the herbs I mean, it's just like food think of herbs. As food you need onions, you need garlic. You need lettuce except romaine right now, you need cucumbers, you need green beans. These are all plants that grow in those plants make us feel stronger. So if you're in an emotional state, for instance, you're hormonal and grumpy and depressed, there's an herb called mother war with just kind of calms it down takes that black cloud away. And then there's all these trace vitamins and minerals 'cause it's a plant food that gives your body nutrition. So whenever you take herbs for emotional stress. You're also getting vitamins and nutrients to make you feel stronger and re- revitalize you now with everything that's been going on in this planet. These days do you find or what do you find to be the most pressing issue that you would like to fix if you could you mean with my clients emotionally with people in general? I mean, I think depression is really big I feel people had a lot of money, and they were depressed and don't have enough money in their depressed and don't have enough Instagram followers. And you know, what I'm saying? Like, I find that. There's this lack of satisfaction in the world were not having so much interaction with people like we used to families are shrinking and disintegrating. So that's what I feel is is really going on. I mean, that's why in the book new Tokyo, besides herb, which you can tell I'm so passionate about talk about things like random acts of kindness because when you're in a state of feeling sad and gloomy you need to go out there and work in a soup kitchen. I mean, it's great that everybody does it on thanksgiving. But you need to do it more. And when we get caught up in. We don't have enough were not as successful. We're not doing what we wanna do. If you go out there and help people all of a sudden, you realize you do have a lot more than you. I thought you did. All right. Let's go to the phones citizens with us in San Li unroll, California, first time caller. Hey said, hey, George, you did a good job with San Leandro. That's that's right. Thank you. In fact, you were here about six years ago a theater rest what the blaze that you took time to let everybody come by and shake your hand. Then at a few words with you. Thank you for that. Sure thing. What I want to say is that I worked in the psychiatry as a psychiatric technician for thirty nine years on lock units. And I want to commend the young lady for for. I think really knowing what she's talking about. I I think there's a lot of these sad. Far far far trying to kinds of things that she's talking about the before you get two for the more severe forms that depression or are different types of mental illness going to the medications, I I can tell you for sure without a doubt. Are there are forms after oppression? Of course, gets a perennial manic depression. Manic depressive illness that seven. The person that families going through that are in very dangerous situations, and and the medications are I can say is thank God for all the people who work many long hours in laboratories developing it because they're they're really what if when you get to a really dangerous situation with with patients there..

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"manic depression" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Initially diagnosed as symptoms of manic depression. Tournus owes that was a misdiagnosis, but he openly acknowledges having a progressive brain disorder called Lewy body dementia. Can you tell us what that is? It's a mild case of. What? We'll have Alzheimer's. Similar to that. But not nearly as bad. Alzheimer's is fatal. Thank goodness that. I don't have that. Got. Let's. I can't remember the name of it. Sure. Told me what this mentioned can't remember what my what my disease. It's an unpleasant thing to remember bet. So just tell me what the what the symptoms are. I mean one of the symptoms. We're seeing right now, you can't remember what it was you wanted to tone it. But frankly. Rage. Not being able to remember things. Pretty common is pretty calm. I know. I know that. But it's more extreme with you. Tired exhausted? Main symptoms and forget from us. Turner, also revealed he wants thought.

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Chef Anthony Bourdain commits suicide at 61

SportsRadio 94WIP Nights & Weekends

03:01 min | 2 years ago

Chef Anthony Bourdain commits suicide at 61

"We're gonna talk about world cup teams tonight do we know nothing about which is going to be awesome are boy rafa goes to his eleven job and vinyl cliff drysdale tonight on the bench also former nfl blair kellen winslow junior arrested for residential burglary how the mighty of fallen lenny dykstra says he was kidnapped now he had nothing to do with it remember when he had the fight with the uber driver so much more happening tonight even word of the capital's parade next week in dc on tuesday very exciting patriots denying reports brady threaten to retire greinke was traded always important to get tom brady news in on the show also mafia very important on this day and ninety nine california cation was released very crucial the red hot ferrelli peppers and the referee news today that my boy anthony bourdain was found dead in france in his hotel suite allegedly committing suicide and allegedly hanging himself in france at some fancy five star hotel now all i know is i have to tell you that i just thought the absolute world of that guy i just i just thought it so was just absolutely the best thing on television i just thought he was fantastic and what a storyteller in a magnificent talent i mean i just thought he was so cool and the show parts unknown was just kick ass in going all over the world party and eating drinking meeting the ball hearing stories and learning about people's customs and beliefs and everything it was just the greatest show ever and he was the coolest dude ever a renegade chef from new jersey leo new obviously made his bones in new york city a guy that had been through quite a lot heroine coke speed balls you name it this guy did it all and some outlived through it and then allegedly kills himself god only knows what was going on inside his head we've had a lot of talk on the show including have a moral rinaldo on about mental health and about mental illness in about manic depression and it's just a devastating thing and horrible loss the spade woman this week this guy board dane hearing that there's more suicides in this country than car crashes per year is staggering news i feel horrible when i saw that news today just literally ruined my day i felt this terrible.

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"manic depression" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"At manic depression which is is it real or invented is environmental genetic is it real are you bipolar i i wanna get the calls to their promise one thing i will not sit here and cynically mock you i mean i have suffered depression my whole life and i've overcome it and i sometimes sink back into it but you know what i found out something a lot of it is wallowing in self pity as the character in the soprano said most of us go about wallowing in self pity that's all we do all day long all day long we remember the slights and this and that and he did this to me and she didn't do that to me and my mother did this to me and my uncle did that to me and my teacher did this to me and i didn't get that to me and that to me and she rejected me and all day long wallowing in self pity that's the human condition in america because we're spoiled because we don't have any real needs truthfully in this country look at the obesity epidemic like zu creatures walking around the country i never saw body shapes like this zoo creatures how do people get this fat i don't understand it now i don't think i'm fact bashing here but this is an epidemic in the country and because there's so much food shoveled down people's throats they don't know what to do with their time so this now a manic depression bipolar naga give me twenty five different pills that i have to pay for so that's why i'm saying in a way why i'm not gonna talk about the news even though i will secretly talk about the news because i don't talk about the news the way the people of puppets on murdoch's out let's talk about the news or the way that murdoch puppets in his movies act out like they're tough for their stronger they're smarter they heroic when in fact it just human like the rest of us i'm just a real person i'm america's anchor not america's anchorman so what should i ask you about this almost seven and ten americans have news fatigue more among republicans from pure research overwhelmed by the.

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"manic depression" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"America today the difference between bipolar and manic depression so wanna hearken back from not to my own life boy too much i want to go to the one of my favorite shows from yesteryear he just died last summer i think james gandolfini tony soprano and the great hit on hbo the sopranos so in the later series wanna later series his son tries to commit suicide he's depressed and he comes home and finds his son in the bottom of the pool with a weight around his leg and he's trying to charlie jumps in the pool and a winter and pulls them out and he goes has a complete breakdown over his teenage son is a hobby heavy duty gangster and he goes to his therapist and listened to the interchange between the character of tony soprano dr melfi obviously i'm prone to depression certain bleak attitude about the world but i know i can handle your kids though when they're little and they get sick you'd give anything in the world to trade places with him so they don't have to shuffle cautiously how are you the cause of jitters blood measurable existence my rotten future genes have infected my kids show that's my gift to my son i know this is difficult i'm very glad we're having this discussion what does darabi dish i seriously what will both adultery right joe after all the shedded dot after all the crying and all of both is your shoulder wish unbelievable this series were so well done nobody's ever matched it by the way to this day nevertheless it's an interesting interchange his son tried to commit suicide he blames himself he says his jeans but i'm wondering between me and my audience is mental illness if you wanna call it that which you can easily say is true is it inherited or is it environmental or a combination of both seeking for some help and somebody look look up dr abraham hoffer md phd died about five years ago i knew the man.

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"manic depression" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on WDRC

"Difference between bipolar and manic depression so i wanna hearken back from an it not to my own life wanna boy too much i wanna go to the one of my favorite shows from yesteryear he just died last summer i think james gandolfini tony soprano in the great hit on hbo of the sopranos so in the later series wanna latest series his son tries to commit suicide he's depressed and he comes home and finds his son in the bottom of the pool with a weight around his leg and he's trying to done it any jumps in the pool and a winter and pulls them out and he goes has a complete breakdown over his teenage son is a hobby heavy duty gangster and he goes to his therapist and listen to the interchange between the character of tony soprano dr melfi obviously i'm prone to depression certain bleak attitude about the world but i know i can handle it your kids though so when they're little and they get sick you give anything in the world to trade places with him so they don't have to shuffle an entertainer how are you the cause of jitters blood measurable existence my rotten future genes have infected my kids show that's my gift to my son i know this is difficult i'm very glad we're having this discussion.

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"manic depression" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"In america today the difference between bipolar and manic depression so i wanna hearken back from an it not to my own life boy too much i want to go to the one of my favorite shows from yesteryear he just died last summer i think james gandolfini tony soprano and the great hit on hbo of the sopranos so in the later series one latest series his son tries to commit suicide he's depressed and he comes home and finds his son in the bottom of the pool with a weight around his leg and he's trying to done and tony jumps in the pool in the winter and pulls them out and he goes has a complete breakdown over his teenage son is a hobby heavy duty gangster and he goes to his therapist and listen to the interchange between the character of tony soprano dr melfi obviously i'm prone to depression certain bleak attitude about the world but i know i can handle your kids though so when they're little and they get sick you give anything in the world to trade places with him so they don't have to suffer go how are you the cause of jitters blood measurable existence my rotten putrid genes have infected my kids show that's my gift to my son i know this is difficult i'm very glad we're having this discussion.

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"manic depression" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on WTMA

"Manic depression which is is it really invented is environmental genetic is it real are you bipolar i i wanna get the calls to that promise one thing i will not sit here and cynically mock you i mean i have suffered depression my whole life and i've overcome it and i sometimes sink back into it but you know what i found out something a lot of it is wallowing a self pity as the character in the soprano said most of us go about wallowing in self pity that's all we do all day long all day long we remember the slights and this and that and he did this to me and she didn't do that to me and my mother did this to me and my uncle did that to me and my teacher did this to me and i didn't get that to me and that to me and she rejected me all day long wallowing a self pity that's the human condition in america because we're spoiled because we don't have any real needs truthfully in this country look at the obesity epidemic like zoo creatures walking around in the country i never saw body shakes like this zoo creatures how do people get this fat i don't understand it now i don't think i'm fat bashing here but this is an epidemic in the country and because there's so much food shoveled down people's throats they don't know what to do with their time so doing this now i'm manic depression bipolar naga me twenty five different pills that i have to pay for so that's why i'm saying in a way why i'm not gonna talk about the news even though i will secretly talk about the news because i don't talk about the news the way the people of puppets on murdoch's out let's talk about the news or the way the murdoch puppets in his movies act out like they're tough for their stronger they're smarter the heroic when in fact it just like.

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"manic depression" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"manic depression" Discussed on WLOB

"At manic depression which is is it real or invented is an environmental genetic is it real are you bipolar i i wanna get the calls to that promise one thing i will not sit here and cynically mock you i mean i have suffered depression my whole life and i've overcome it unless sometimes sink back into it but you know what i found out something a lot of it is wallowing in self pity as the character in the soprano said most of us go about wallowing in self pity that's all we do all day long all day long we remember the slights and this and that and he did this to me and she didn't do that to me and my mother did this to me and my uncle did that to me and my teacher did this to me and i didn't get that to me and that to me she rejected me all day long wallowing in self pity that's the human condition in america because we're spoiled because we don't have any real needs truthfully in this country look at the obesity epidemic like zoo creatures walking around in the country i never saw body shakes like this zoo creatures how do people get this fat i don't understand it now i don't think i'm fact bashing here but this is an epidemic in the country and because there's so much food shoveled down people's throats they don't know what to do with that time so so this now a manic depression bipolar naga give me twenty five different pills that i have to pay for so that's why i'm saying in a way why i'm not gonna talk about the news even though i will secretly talk about the news because i don't talk about the news the way the people of puppets on murdoch's out let's talk about the news or the way the murdoch puppets and his movies act out like they're tough for their stronger they're smarter the heroic when in fact it just human like.

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