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Adele Reaches Divorce Settlement with Ex Simon Konecki Nearly 2 Years After Split

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00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Adele Reaches Divorce Settlement with Ex Simon Konecki Nearly 2 Years After Split

"Husband, Simon connect every used to divorce settlement nearly two years after splitting the fund, right, Well, it takes time sometimes. Remember Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Art divorced yet? What Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver Shriver and divorced yet Okay? Yeah. Get busy one of these people doing I don't even think that they filed Who? Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver. Maria Shriver. Yeah. Who knows? We should ask him next time we see you where you like yelling? I don't know, because I feel very passionate, You know, celebrity marriage. Status, including this story about Adele in Simon connecting the former couple opted to determine rights to community property and debts through mediation. And Adele officially filed for divorce from Kentucky in September of 2019 good for them,

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Brad Pitt Accuses Ex Angelina Jolie of Stalling Divorce

Daily Pop

03:34 min | 9 months ago

Brad Pitt Accuses Ex Angelina Jolie of Stalling Divorce

"Brad is firing back at Angelina, and it's in response to her request to have the private judge removed from their divorce case according to multiple outlets who obtained court docs Brad called Angelina filing a hail Mary and accused her of trying to stall before their custody trial, which is currently set for October Angelenos court docs she said the Judge, had a prior connection to Brad's team for Brad says the judge previously worked with both his and Angelenos lawyers the judge still hasn't responded Angelina Team Tells E. IT's unfortunate that Mr Pitts team has sought to intervene ahead of the judges response one can only conclude this is an attempt to obstruct or influence the judges answer they seem to be getting along and working things out amicably for a while why do you think that things are nasty again? Luther is so like. Oh. I hate it I hate that it's turned ugly. You know like this is very petty in my opinion like Angelina may have a point, but it sounds like per brands response that they both have you know seeing this judge before so I don't know she just wants a complete clean slate altogether, which is understandable. But at this point, it's like you guys have kids at you're sharing like let's just get this done and this has been drawn out for a while. Now it's getting like this is like love and hip hop Hollywood, right? You Know I. Think Celebrity divorces take longer than any other divorces in the world I mean look at honor sorts Nager Maria Shriver seven years to Hash. Aw, all of their things and I think there's just so many entanglements that happened in a celebrity relationship. We're talking about kids we're talking about businesses, homes properties. Take a minute and I never understood this as a kid but my aunt. Idle time is the Devil's workshop. There was too much time that went in between when they were amicable to now, and people have time to think people have time to be paranoid and it's all catching up with them, and now understand what that saying means at this those kids are going to be in college by the time bigger than. It makes me question. Are they doing more harm for they're doing more harm to the kids going through this long drawn out very public battle and it makes me wonder okay. What happened when it was amicable? They talk to each other saying, Hey, let's use a different judge and they had a disagreement and now it's like, oh, we gotta go through these very public statements and our people and it's just you know the kids are getting older. They understand what's going on. They can read tabloids, they have friends they probably have social media so I just I. Feel bad. They have to endure this. I can tell you right now the fact that Angie's team is releasing statements. Let's you know that they're ready to fight because a lot of times team just say no comment referred to the legal documentation. So the fact that she's they're going out of their way to release statements to outlets lets me know they are there guns blazing like that's a very big indication that they're statements that are actually pretty strong statements at the same time. So you know unfortunately I feel like during these types of breakup when you're splitting properties. They kind of put the kids in the back burner in my opinion because they're old enough to read. So they're all to know what's going on. So like that's not a huge concern right now like they're trying to get these things together trying to make points to each other obviously their children are important but it feels like this divorce is the most important thing right now.

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Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger announce baby's birth

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger announce baby's birth

"Like Stevens, native Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger's say they're beyond thrilled and extremely blessed after she gave birth to their first child together. The Avengers actor and the Children's book author announced the birth of Daughter Lila Maria Schwarzenegger Pratt in a joint post on their instagram accounts. Yesterday, the 41 year old Pratt has a seven year old son with his first wife, actress on a Ferris who went to U Dub. The baby is the granddaughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Our real home address. All of us is peace. Even when I've asked people in prison like murderers. Give me a statement that is absolutely true for you. The one that resonates most deeply with every single person is I am meant to be in peace. And when you get to peace, even for a few minutes things mmediately start to go. Well, it's such a fascinating thing. How do you define peace? The first place I started was my body. It's so much more. You know, I didn't do well with vague abstract ideas, like peace and people in tell me being peace, and what the hell does that mean being in pain? Obviously wasn't in peace. So for me to get my body into peace, meant relaxing, all my muscles while you can't do that without accessing emotions. And if you relax into your emotions and let yourself feel them, they start to flow through you and underneath the emotion. There is something that is not emotion. It is. It's no real feeling state. It's almost invisible to the mind. It's a state of absolute stillness in that stillness, which bores the mind and frustrates. Most of us if we stay with it, it becomes. It starts unfold, and it becomes incredibly, rich and varied. And in harmony, it's just this astonishingly beautiful place that we like zipped past every day without even noticing it. It's interesting because I hear people talk about just want peace. I want peace and I said, at the what is peace, look like to you feel like in there like, I'm not I'm not sure I think we have we get in the habit. And I put myself in this category, as well where we talk about. I just wanna be happy. I just wanna be at peace. I just wanna be in love. And yet, when we go below the word most of us can't figure out like what does that actually feel like happy is supposed to be happy all the time? And my supposed to is love, this high all the time is piece, obviously, is the absence of war on a political level. But what is peace like inside of ourselves? We're no longer at war with our mind with our body. Yeah, it's there's a lot of spiritual work. I ended up turning to the world's all the spiritual traditions of the world for descriptions of this thing when I just allowed all my physical pension, and then my emotional tension to be what it was stopped resisting, and it all started flowing. I started having these experiences that are there is a place with MSN is non emotional, and you can actually be in peace and grieving at the very same moment, you can be in peace and joyful at the same on that you can be in peace and angry at the same time, it's, it's, it's a place. It's very, very difficult to describe in English. We don't even really have language for it. But in Asia, they have lots of language for it because they have a tradition of sitting still Pascall said, all our miseries come from the fact that we can't sit quietly in a room alone when we do that the first thing is blizzard of emotions and terrifying. And only if we let ourselves stay until those. Pass. Do we arrive at place, are we've already we've already been our whole lives? We didn't know it. It's very hard to kind of get through that wave in Russia emotions, right? Oh, yeah. Elliot called this a condition of complete simplicity requiring no less than everything you, you literally have to sit through the hurricane and then the I you find the eye of that hurricane. And it's absolutely still in there. And the job of integrity is to stay in the eye of the hurricane because everyone of us has a mind and body that has the potential for storming, but we're safe in the eye of it in the absolute dead center. And the way to get there is to find your own truth. Do you find Martha that so many of the people that come to you asking questions that sign up for.

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Within fifteen minutes the person who's talking has figured out the problem because they had a compassionate witness who actually cared enough to listen. It's profoundly powerful. And if you just go through the world, saying that people, especially when they seem a lot or stranger. They're upsetting you. If you can have the discipline to say, tell me, everything tell me more, you will find yourself coming into a chord with people, and they will start to solve the very issues that you think are. Problematic without you having to do anything, and what's great about that. Is that it brings connection? You the listener and to the person trying to work out their life and really connection is at the foundation when I talk about a meaningful life. It's one steeped in connection, whether you find connection in nature. Whether you find connection with other human beings, whether it's with animals, it makes you feel connected to be in a meaningful conversation. You are so good at that, too. I've watched you with all kinds of people this genuine curiosity, genuinely open heart, and it's so interesting. Because as I watch you, I you know, it's like, why doesn't she get in there and start arguing, and as you listen, I actually started have more compassion for the person that's talking to you as well. That was funny because people are always right, saying, why don't you say something about this or jump into that, fray? And I think that's a a check. Challenge. Right to us all. Who are, you know, out speaking, or using our platforms? You feel like this need now to comment on everything to jump into everything to be, I guess, most the most forceful person make the wittiest comment. How do you refrain? It's not easy. It's amazing. How hard the ego on to assert itself? And I honestly this is a practice as seven the introduction. I'm on this thing, I call an integrity cleanse, which is being absolutely, as truthful as I can't and not only in words, but in actions and, and everything I do. And one of the things I've realized is that I lose the truth of the present moment when I start to get excited about imposing my position or expressing things especially opinions. So as part of this cleanse on I have had to sit with that. And I'm telling you at first, it feels like you're gonna crawl out of your skin. And it's very helpful to have a practice of meditation, which is something I do. And. When somebody starts talking that upsets me, I have to go back to the breathing and the, the mantras in meditation. I say breathing in breathing out. It's an actual have to force myself to say those words in my head breathing in breathing out, breathe in breathe out, and listen. And if I can keep my breathing low, this is part of controlling the animal reactions, it relaxes the body and it opens the heart and the mind. And then you can start to forge connection hard really is one of the quotes, you have on your Instagram. I love the quotes that you share which leads into that. You said, most of our stress comes not from situations, but from our thoughts about situations. What our minds create only our minds can erase now. The mind is such a complicated entity. Right. And for so many people their minds drive them to exhaustion. Drive them to depression, the thoughts they have. Have are anything but kind and what is your best advice, Martha? Or what have you learned over the years works for someone who wants to live a meaningful life wants to move forward wants to do good. But their mind.

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Name is Craig, so I've known him forever, but he's young. You know, he's whatever he is forty and he's, he's been struggling with cancer for a long time. But there he was in the bed, I ran over, there of west Covina before I came to work just to and I've been on the road. So, and they were saying, you know, the home, he's will tech speak, you have to read them, as last rites, you know, like, oh, well, that's, that's not the Mirandola, you know. So we went over there and no one was there. I thought maybe family might be who just alone completely not conscious. You know. And it was just that's my guy with one has my name. So that's how the day began and then coming to the office to it was so exhilarating. Hilarious. And. Wonderful. And so, do I, I just love my life. I wouldn't trade it for anything too much on the road. But I love it. When I come back, there boil is living the Pitta me of a meaningful life. This is called meaningful conversations. And so many of us talk about wanting to live quote, a meaningful life, and you just heard it right there. Right. So that's beautiful. Once again, the book is called barking to the choir. The power of radical kinship also wrote a book called tattoos on the heart, which is about his early work and father Boyle. You can look at homeboy industries also homegirl cafe. Yeah. We did a women's event here, and we had the homegirl over there at the school homegirl. Yes. They, they catered in the food is really good. And if you go through the L A airport, you can see homeboy industries. I always go in there. Even if I don't need to buy anything just go in there and get a Muffin or just buy something to be. Supportive of the work, but this has been super inspiring to me because I sometimes have found myself sitting in peril being paralyzed as we all think we have a new may walk over here and try to make a difference here. But I think kind of resetting the intention of not. Making a difference to the other person. But allowing as you said that kinship to happen to you might be what our country really could use as we're so divided were so other were so the opposite of radical kinship were in radical, don't come near me. Right. And we're both old enough to know that, that hasn't always been the case. I don't think we've seen the not even not since the civil war. I think really, it's really quite pronounced. Do you think we can get out? Oh, yeah. I do think people people once once you can kind of take the messaging to more spacious expensive thing. People go, okay. And people leave behind the divisions because that's what everybody wants. That's our deepest. Longing. But leaders have to remind us of our deepest Lunghi connect to it. And that's stoke the opposite stoke the other exactly remind us of our deepest belonging and our deepest longing. And that when someone is stoking the fear of the other, maybe we have to sit back and think about what happened to them in their childhood that makes them that way. Exactly. Yeah. That's all we around Amen. Father boy, it's always an honor to talk to you. It's always inspire the Greg Boyle go by his book by the bug. Breaking the barking to the choir is a funny story in the beginning about how that title came to be father Boyle. I hope you have enjoyed this episode of meaningful conversations. If you're looking for more inspiration and words of wisdom than please sign up for my weekly Email newsletter. The Sunday paper it's free and it's really good. Just visit my website Maria Shriver dot com to subscribe. I hope you'll also check out my book, I've been thinking.

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Life with the that's kind of your fairy tale of love, and you're really proposing that real love as your book says is the art of mindful connected women's pled to. Full nothing in those relationships much more rare and I don't wanna put them to. I mean, that's that is what we're taught in its is a great, beauty, obviously, the, you know, sharing something with somebody that's that intimate that personal. So, but leaving that aside if we're hooked on that. And that's the only kind of love we allow and the only thing that seems right than everything else, beautiful moments of just like a child smiling, even the playground, or, you know, helping somebody across the street, you know, or, or whatever it might be I was just in Puerto Rico. And there was a time when are sitting waiting for something and a sitting on couch somewhere in a nice air conditioned room. And this couple came in an older. Puerto Rican couple and he was using a Walker. So I moved over so that he would have seat on the couch, and I said to her, should I get up, which would you like to sit down, and she looked at me, and she said, you, Sharon. And I said, yeah, and she said, I've read all your books. It was this beautiful moment, which I thought I'd been my phone, you know, and hadn't even looked up at her to see she might wanna see happen. I had that make you feel I felt credible. You know, it was starched you know about, you know, like, but it was just beautiful moment. Right. Dan, Seghal who you probably know who works his just written the book called aware, and who works certainly on the brain and works on, redefining for people also what love is because people find like why I'm in this relationship, but I don't feel love or I'm doing this job. I feel nothing. And so many people feel nothing and I remember evens ller saying to me once that until she got cancer, she never noticed the love that was all around her existing all the time, because she was looking up here for that love story that one and only thing, and she had missed all of these incredible moments of love..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"And I think more companies if they were thinking about the happiness, and they're in the whole being of their employees, not just about their bottom line, the world would be a very different place. But do you find yourself kind of working the perception of running company twenty four seven for me? I I'm blessed because I'm doing what I love. So when you do what you love, you may be working, but I'm working on something I'm excited about and I know a lot of entrepreneurs they're starting a business that fire that excitement that wakes you up at four in the morning, and you have ideas, and you're thinking about it. I mean, there's something about that. That is it's it's like it gives me life. You know? I love it. But I don't shut it off. I mean, I'm not good at vacations it in that. I am always somehow connected. I'll chess. So does your husband like that? No. He does not now. No. I mean, he's like sometimes like Honey, you gotta it's going to be okay. And if the house is burning down, you know. They're gonna they're gonna find you. It'll be okay. And I'm like, you're right. You're right. And you have to trust in your people that they can do it. And I have to be bud Shuster every I'm working on that I'm working on vacations. So let me ask you, you you in the very beginning wanted to keep your products, not only beautiful, right, but affordable. And so the price point of your jewelry is extrordinary. And so how how did people say you can't make money if you keep that price point that low? Yes, I mean from the early days I wanted to find beautiful handcrafted jewelry in gorgeous semi precious stones and I couldn't afford it. What was out there for me that I wanted I couldn't afford? And so I thought there's gotta be a way that I could make beautiful jewelry. But that was a table for minute wasn't going to be inexpensive. One hundred dollars for pair.

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Or your mother says something completely inappropriate. And it's you know, that those moments are just so important to share unto talk about because it's such an unspoken understanding that brother and sister have or, you know, there's the acid understanding we don't sit around and talk about our relationships as much as we should because you want people to know that you love them, you know, and how ratings no you love them. Yeah. I mean, I hang out with them. That's a good indicator. So at the end of the day when you look at this because I know you also did it as an audio book, and you read it. Yeah. Did it make you cry? Did it make you feel proud you like, wow? I this is the first time that I think this is my six book, it is my six book, and this is the first time. I hate doing audio recordings. I don't like my voice. I don't like being low with myself. You said you liked your being alone with yourself? But not talking. I'm quite. Although sometimes I do talk to myself I'll make a joke here there. But no, I I love my own company. I don't like talking to myself. So the audiobook was the first time I've ever recorded audio book, and I was dreading it like dreading it and my and. Brandin? My assistant was like just go and get it over with before your vacation because when you come back it's going to be all book stuff, and you're not gonna wanna record an audio book. And I went in and did it in like six hours over two or three days. And it was the most present like I really went in. And I just had the right head on an attitude, and I was like this is something that's from my heart. I don't have to do bunch of accents. Or, you know, this is true. And it flowed right out of me. And then that may when things like that kind of synchronize in your life. You know, you're doing what you're supposed to be doing in that moment. It was just too. It was too easy. It just came out. And I it was done. And I thought this is the best audio recording experience I've ever had. And this is the best book you've ever done. Yeah. But far, well, that's your opinion Maria, and you're right. I hope you have enjoyed this episode of meaningful conversations if you're looking for more inspiration and words of wisdom than please sign up from my weekly Email newsletter..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"What can you come into the office? And I said, well, I have to see if I have enough money to get a bus ticket. So I clean a couple of houses saved the money to got enough. And I I'll call up somebody said I'm coming down to the office in the Nava come down. And she would always call me and talk. What did that mean to you? When mummy said to you, will you be my friend, it meant the world because that never had somebody come up to me ever, if you'd be my friend. And would come back or respond back because the one friend. I did had she had gotten to in this situation. So just imagine your Annella mentally school. You're right. And your neighbor who lives two houses three houses up from you? And she's going, and I still had that one letter that Wendy he fetches with me. And that never got no letters back. So here's my sisters. I'm looking at them raglan kids, you know, to get mail. They get this for this lady say what you'd be my friend. I thought I had a world star crown cheeses young lady, you don't have to cry. What's wrong with wrong because I never had. Nobody asked me what I her. It's such a simple question. Will you be my friend? And what I think you're a luminated is how many people that have never heard those. Will you be my friend? Those five words and how life changing they are. And the we have more people that really understand. Those five words we wouldn't have what's happening in our country today. When you look at the violence. Those people lost the hurting inside something's happened disconnected. Think about it. When I stood at that. Mosque not talked the b fifty years at my grandma. My great grandma. Was murdered. They never found who murdered her. By somebody who's pie going through the same thing. So I think you could may be here a little bit. We're in the call to prayer very good. So I feel him coming up. Right. So if you hear that in our mics, we just want you to know that that's the call to prayer here. An Abu Dhabi where Loretta and I are. And I just think you you've been Loretta such an incredible spokesperson ambassador symbol of this movement and telling people who today still are surprised that people with intellectual disabilities. Go to school graduate college, get jobs, get married leave full lives. What would you say? To them is the biggest misconception about a person within intellectual disability. I think the biggest misconception of people with intellectual disability. It comes from our general society. If you haven't been around, the personal are you hadn't had somebody in your and your family is a misunderstanding them they kind of put us when I see somebody with. Down syndrome. They think they're doing internal child that that person will never grow up a still today. I'm in the store talking and somebody will talk to me, so simple. And that's an understand. Why don't you talk to me? Like, you would any other daughter you over there talking to that guy? And you talk to him more grown up than you talk to me. It skews me. I'm the stand. And I think it's just understanding us. And when you get that respect of understanding somebody you have no more problems. So eventually, I mean, you would like to see a world where we don't use labels where people ask other people will you be my friend and where they speak to people with intellectual disabilities. Exactly the way they speak to somebody without one. You know, when I'm somewhere, somebody would have haven't haven't a dislike really touching excuse me are asked me a question that they wouldn't have their normal co-worker like how much do you make? And I'll look at my SIS gives me that question you use asked me was a private question. Now. Would you ask friends how much they make new job or how much you get back in your income tax, or what do you do know? So this remember that this because I'm a person with intellectual disabilities..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Now back to the conversation. You you've written? I've talked to bit about kind of the difference for women as leaders to be quote, tough or to be you want to change that to be quote strong. And I was interested in that. Because klobuchar the Senator obviously just announced for president and a lot of the stories about her is how tough and demanding and some of them have been less less than that as a boss. She is how tough is it to be a female, boss. I think it is difficult to be a female boss in that. If you are strong and confident opinionated direct. It is oftentimes seen as being bitchy or rude or. Men can be strong and somehow women that's not a positive thing. And it's it's hard because women want to be liked. We all wanna be liked. But I think that's when you say what are the mistakes, I've made I think one of the mistakes I made was trying to keep everyone happy. I can't keep everyone happy. I need to be able to say the trains leaving the station. This is where it's going either on the train with me. You're you're off without feeling like I'm being a jerk just being confident and clear in concise. And I think that we we applaud men for being that way oftentimes. But I think for women it's there's a real negative stigma. I know they're people that say, I'm tough or she's always your God, Greg. You're so direct would you direct? And I always say, but wouldn't you rather be direct and tell you the truth than me just smiling? Then Monday morning quarterbacking the the meeting or talking behind your back. I just don't understand that. I think it's better to be direct. And I've worked really hard on this worked with, you know, an executive coach over the years to get better about having difficult conversations. Doing it with grace. But doing it being really firm. So you said you've worked with coach, which I think is interesting and helping you be more direct. How more be more directed moments where I feel I may be perceived as being tougher rude or bitchy. Yes. Being able to navigate difficult conversations in business that allow me to that everyone understand where I'm where I'm taking the conversation the strategy or whatever it is. And with me feeling like I've done it in a way. That's that's positive. It's not always easy to do that. I also work with the coach to let me understand that. I'm going to disappoint people at times. And that's okay. Sometimes your growth, outpaces them. Sometimes you have to turn your team sometimes sometimes you can agree to disagree. And and trying to be like all the time does not make you a strong leader. If you look at the strongest leaders in the world, they are not always liked by everyone. You just can't be and that been a hard thing to wrap your own mind around not being liked as you lead. I think I. I think that I am like more and more because of my ability to be direct. I think when I lead with confidence it it makes me more likable because at least people know where they stand. I think it is hard for me still going back to what we discussed earlier sometimes feeling insignificant or I think someone's in my social life. It's hard for me. Because when I'm direct women often, aren't especially women who are not in the in the sort of corporate workforce. And I know that that can be off putting to people at times, and that can make me feel sort of lonely, but I at the end of the I'm trying to own who I am. And what I'm trying to do. Let's talk about owning. Who you are. You just mentioned indirect can often lead one to loneliness. I think one of the things we often hear stories all the time about women who kind of get her climbing, climbing climbing, and then all of a sudden they drop out they get to the C suite. They get to the corner office. They get to the top. And then they're like, no, I don't like it. And I've talked to a lot of women who've been in that place, and they sometimes say, it's. Because of my children because of my marriage..

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Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"We age grace the world today and more importantly, how can we age with dignity? I think a lot about these questions, and I know millions of other people do as well, which is why I was so elated that I recently got to speak with Mary Pifer, the author of women rowing north navigating life's currents and flourishing as we age Mary wrote one of the preeminent books for teenage girls back in nineteen Ninety-four call reviving a failure. Which I read and loved her new book. In her words is a book end that provides perspective and wisdom about what it means to be a woman later in life, Mary called me from her home base in Nebraska to talk about aging, the stereotypes surrounding it and about how we can find more happiness and meeting as we get older. I love what she has to say. And I can't wait for you to listen. Welcome to meaningful conversations today. I'm speaking with a woman that I am a big admire of someone I've read her work. I've been influenced by her work. She's helped me as a mother. And now she is helping me as. A woman in my demographic, welcome to marry Pfeiffer the best selling author her book women rowing north is. I just looked at the New York Times bestseller list before I jumped on this. And she is on the New York Times bestseller list in. There is no doubt in my mind that that was the case. Thank you Mary for joining us. I should mention that Mary was also the author of reviving feel ya. If you have a teenage daughter, it is must read I said that to my brother last night, and we downloaded he bought your book as we took our walk Mary. Thank you so much is the mother of the father, I should say of teenage girls. So congratulations Mary on this book women rowing north. What made you want to write a book about women of this demographic, you said that I'm in that. So it's women kind of sixty and above. I'm settlers I'll tell you seventy y always right when I wanna learn about what generally sparks my writing is curiosity. And it turns out it's a specific kind of curiosity, for example, when I wrote reviving failure what I was aware of is the cultural stories about girls who are in trouble in nineteen ninety four did not match my experience as either mother or therapist and the ways girls were behaving in therapy. And my daughter and her friends were not understandable by the cultural reference we had at the time. There's a real disconnect between cultural and fraiche in and the reality. And so that inspired me to explore that disconnect and try to figure out what was going on the same things happening with this book, as I as I got older, one of the things I noticed is lot of my friends were saying, you know, this is the happiest time of my life. And they were pursuing creative work. They were developing spiritually they? They were having experiences that were fun that they never had time to have before. And I realized that the cultural scripts about older women first of all they're often misogynistic. But they're also primarily scripts where we're defined by what we no longer have. In other words, we're defined by the fact that we're not as sexually desirable as women in our twenties or that our skin isn't a soft or that were useless and in the way because we're no longer a part of job market or parenting children. And I realized as I thought about this book that that is exactly the wrong story that the real story is this life stage is catalytic for growth. It's walking into a portal where we have so much opportunity to develop our moral. Imaginations are. Deep sense of gratitude for life our sense for deep time in the long view, our own authenticity and self acceptance. So that's what I wanted to do really wanted to ride about what I was actually seeing and experiencing with women my age, I loved that. I love that description Mary because I myself have felt like, wow, I feel like I'm on top of my game..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Don't have a great savings. You know? So they're coming because we are a resource, and then you complicate the situation because of the the the furloughed workers. So you're seeing these working hard working people into our our restaurant. So inclusion was a huge part of the model. What what differentiated us from a soup kitchen where it's government subsidies. We don't have any of that institutionalized foods from from big cans of processed foods. None of that. There's no French fries. There's no candy bars. There's no soda pop. There's no alcohol. It's all farm-to-table bistro service waiters silverware dishes and inclusion so when you're going to bus a table you've earned your meal and you've earned the right to feed your family on by coming including. But when you Maria Shriver wanna come in effect change directly pay it forward pay a couple of bucks into our. A twenty dollars pays for your meal and the guy next to you want to Brickley effect change because how many times have we all given a donation to something and wondered where it went the ministry of costs are just you know, whatever it is that that that hinders the dollar directly from getting to the people. He wanted to rectify change twenty bucks just paid for your meal and the guy next to you and that guy's earned his meal, and that was a big differential when we created this model all those years ago. The first pilot program was in a church basement and the church embraced the model. But said you have to bring in your dishes in your forks in your knives, and your food and at the end of the service, take it all with you. Okay. That was nice. And we appreciate it. But that was a lot of work. We went down the same street to food soup kitchen. It was closed on weekends talk about is the to show there weren't windows. It's not a very welcoming environment. It was government subsidized food. It wasn't good or good for you. The kind of clientele on the same block was. Hundred degree difference. And those who were feeling the entitlements of soup kitchens where they're not embracing any kind of a model just coming there for food. They were distant. And then what happened was when we'd said to them, look, this is not a soup kitchen Saturday and Sunday, there's a table cloth here for a reason there's silver platters and food, but we need your help. Because where washing the dishes when they got that model. There wasn't even a big hugger a conversation, but they not only did it. But did it in such a way that they knew that they had their dignity getting that meal they participated, so when we went on the same block the third step on the same block to our current location. It was an auto body shop. It was yuck. It was yuck. There were three bays. Three cinder block walls, Turkey, awoke dinners. I see the vision. So we. Turned it into this place again that took a little acclamation from the locals, well, it takes education because it wasn't new model. So people have to understand you're not a soup kitchen, you you're not a restaurant, but we are a restaurant posing as a social mission. So people have to understand this is a completely new concept so people I would correct posing restaurant purpose with restaurant with a mission. It's it's the other way around where a social mission posing as a restaurant because that the food is vehicle to get people inside. So that we can kind of help them get to the next level. So it was a new concept, and it was it was not something people thought, oh, it's vanity project. It's they're not really doing their mission. But on any given day, we are probably fifty percent of our people are in need and fifty percent of the people are paying. So what is the biggest misconception, they'd hunger? Looks like yet. Hopelessness? Most people feel that people a wanna be homeless. People are lazy people don't wanna work. They just want entitlements. You could not live on food stamps in this country, and where we live in where the soak in his in red Bank. The real cost of living is about seventy six thousand dollars a year for a family of four to be considered living in poverty, it's twenty four thousand dollars. So that qualify for any kind of services, it's twenty four thousand dollars..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"I was feeling like what she was. I was trying to absorb what she was, you know, some of our pain, but I watched her look at every person in the I speak to them with such an one. One by one by one. And she said, you know, the only thing I prayed for this morning was a a really good memory because I didn't want anyone to feel like I didn't remember the story that they told about John I remembered standing there and just physically being in that being around her. And I think that sometimes it's as simple as that. I think it's so powerful to to when someone loses somebody I always say to people, I say to my kids, if you have a friend who loses a parent, if you know, anybody just show up don't ask the person, if they want you to come to the funeral just go just stand in the back just stand there because you remember those you remember someone who stood in the back who just you know, held your hand to just gave you a hug. Yes. In that moment. And then you come out of it. And then you're like, oh, yeah. They flew to be there with me. They sent me flowers or they wrote me a note because so many of us struggle in those moments too. Like what? Are we say what do and then we put it up? Like, do you want me to come? Do. You not want me to bring this. Do you want me to bring that you're like, and you can't think drew, right? Just want someone. Yeah. And I think saying like, I remember people saying to me, and I made this mistake a thousand times, let me know what you need just let me know. And then all of a sudden you're like, and I did it. I asked them and they haven't reached out. They haven't asked me. And I remember thinking someone saying let me know if you need me. I'm like, okay. Like, I don't know what I need. Right. I have no idea what I need and even after going through a in two different occasions. I did the same thing. Like, oh, I just ask them. They don't need anything. I'm like my God pay attention wake up. But I think you do you do pay attention and hold and I were talking I wanna talk because your Instagram. I think is so inspiring sobbing. I miss. What's not not? There's nothing wrong with yoga there. You say here your Instagram? You spend a lot of time yet. I'm not saying. Yeah. All day. But you spend time kind of finding east quote to inspire people forward really on a daily basis the surest way to be happy to seek seek happiness for others at that your quote, but it's actually Martin Luther King. But you're a good one. So what do you this is a plot? And we all have the platform and your conscious and conscientious in how you're using. What are you trying to do this platform? I feel like that phone is like a cesspool half the time. And I think if you dive into deep you could find yourself just drowning in it, and I got bummed out watching the underbelly of people's psyches on there. And I was like is that like I don't want to believe that. That's really how people are even when they think no one knows who they are. Why is that? So I think I sort of started looking through it and feeling crummy. And I decided like I love quotes and I- scribbling my journal in the morning. So I have a quote show. Now again, I do quote show. Go ahead keep going. So I was looking for I think so what I usually do for that is all a write some stuff in my journal. And then all look for a quote that that works for something that either I was going through. I was writing about somebody, and I'll look for something that fits with that special instant. So my sister will sometimes call me. So what's wrong? I go. What do you mean shows she lives into by? I just read your quote. Okay. No, no. That was Herod who's going through something. I was scribbling. Okay. Good. See you later by that. But not all storms come to, disrupt. Your some come to clear. Yes. So that you feeling a storm or is that Karen that was Karen? And that was something else at work to which you know about..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Would we be giving so many more resources in the direction of preparing for war? And so few comparatively resources in the direction of building peace. What you just said if we do not translate that into what it would mean in political terms than I fear for the future of democracy, and I fear for the future of the human race. And you said to blend love and politics is indeed a day. Shas politics is a fear based pursuit in America today. And love is the only thing that fear. Fears loves the ultimate political rebellion. That's what you're doing. Your uncle on said we cannot afford to be materially rich and spiritually poor. And that's what we are right now, and yet is dementia. Well, that is what we are not as people. I think we're good and decent people. But in terms of how our government operates where it's bottom line is profit maximization for multinational corporation to where the primary donors where that is the bottom line. I don't believe that is a problem that is a spiritual problem. It means we have swerved from the ethics of our democracy and the ethics of inherent in any kind of right minded capitalism. And I believe that I return to the moral values and the ethical values. If you say government of the people for the people for the people the founding of American democracy was not just a political step forward. It was a moral and spiritual step forward for the human race. We should not be run like a business. We should be run like a family. This was a philosophical notion. Speaking of the constitution, James, Madison. Who wrote the constitution was not a lawyer? He studied philosophy and Hebrew at Princeton. These are deep philosophical notions. If you leave out what is it to be good? What is it to be loving? What is it to be righteous? What is it in is it to be right minded relationship with each other? What is it to be right-minded relationship with the earth? If we leave those questions out of our political conversation, then our political conversation goes where it has gone in an amoral direction and a morality is essentially beastly. You're saying really come home. After exactly what I'm saying. That's exactly what I'm saying. Come home. Thank you. Let's gather round the table. Let's talk because these are the issues and ticks is narrow this is broad. This is holistic come home and to come home to those first principles that John Adams said we must revisit that. All men are created equal that God gave all of us, unalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The governments were instituted to to secure those rights, you know, in the Jewish religion. It says every generation must rediscovered God for itself, and every generation must rediscover our love and our commitment to democracy. They can't just be principles on marble walls. They can't just be principles on documents. They have to be principles fired up in our hearts or this whole thing begins to unravel and did has begun to unravel. And I believe the greatest qualification for presidency at this time would be someone who knows how to relieve. Those ideas within the human heart. You scared. I am appropriately nervous. But I'm not as scared as I am for the fate of my country. If our direction does not change. Amen Marianne Williamson you'll continue to come back and talk to us about how you're doing. Thank you. How it feels? And whether you think you're actually re weaving our country and other it's coming home. Thank you Moran. Marianne williamson. Always pleasure. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of meaningful conversations and thanks to Marianne Williamson for joining me. If you're looking for more inspiration and words of.

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"I can't we need an uprising. Now, if you were to say, well, we don't need an aspiring chief. We don't need a motive motivational speaker and chief I would say, well, actually, maybe that's exactly part of the skill set that we need because someone who can connect the dots for the American people. So that people. Can recognize really the deepest level? What has happened here? And the changes that it will take in each of us to become the citizens that we need to be in order to participate in our own communities and our own country in a different way. I feel about skill set that I bring as a qualification that matters. You know, we could sit here all day long and debate what people might say look at you've never run for office been in office were seeing the results of someone who's never been in office. We don't need that we need somebody who knows how to work both sides of the aisle knows Washington knows how to get stuff done. There's a place for somebody like you. But not as the chief executive of this country. Why don't you go run for mayor you've run for congress? And we talked Nassar he will grow to my. Well, we talk to after that very much out loss and grief and about perhaps you weren't the right messenger. But you had a message. So in the constitution when the founders wrote the qualifications. For president. They said the president has to be thirty five years old the president had to have been born here and to have lived here for fourteen years. Check check check check check. So if the founders had wanted to say to been a governor had to been a lawyer had been a congressman had to been a Senator they would have and they didn't..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"That's not part of their conversation. You want to have a conversation about what's going on deep inside below below below the story. Right. Is that a conversation? We could have in our political. Conversation. First of all all the nation is collection of people the same psychological and emotional processes that Mark the journey of an individual Mark the journey of a nation and no individual can transform their life. We can't transform things without looking deep within now when you say can we have that within the the political conversation? Yeah, we can't have it within the current traditional political conversation. How do we change? How do we do that? How do you do that by having voices such as yours just mine a such as many people's today who were talking about the events occurring in this country and around the world in a way that is much more multidimensional and much more expanded than that, which only focuses on external events. So I talk a lot about, you know, living a meaningful life. What brings us? Meaning I believe that. There's so many more good people. Out there than we hear that the media and the conversation is co opted really by the extremes. And yet so many people say, I'm living this meaningful life. I'm doing good. I'm raising my kids, and I can't get any traction out there in the political conversation. No one's interested in that part of the conversation. Well, no, one may be within the political establishment is, but I think million media establishment or media establishment, although Maria, and you certainly know this in the background many people in the political establishment and the media establishment or reading the same kinds of books you, and I are, but they feel they have to perform within a particular container. There's something here about how you can't put new one and all models. This is the twenty first century and in every single area in in medicine in business in education. We've already made a mainstream transformation into a whole person. Perspective politics is stuck in this twentieth. Century conversation more. Specifically in this late twentieth century conversation because before the late twentieth century, even the political conversation in the Democratic Party wasn't so overly secularized in corporatized. Oracle Bobby is the one who said this is about the soul of America. So I grabbed the soul of America. Well, when I think of the soul, I think of that which is going on way beyond just what's happening on the level of my body. I think of that which is happening not only on the level of my motions in my saw college. But most specifically the soul is our goodness. You can call it the Buddha mind, the Christ fish Akina, all of the great, religious and spiritual traditions, speak to something. A God created essence of who we are. And that the purpose of our lives is to live on the earth in alignment with that deep. Goodness. I don't think that should just be a question for an individual. I think it should also be a question for society Lyndon Johnson talked about the good society. All we talk about any more rich. Society or powerful society, we need to talk about a good society. So if you're going to talk about the soul of a nation, you need to talk about a nation reclaiming questions of righteousness and dignity and honor and decency and compassion. The good news is I think a lot of people are starting to think that way because there's nothing like watching indecent or undefined behavior to make you realize well decency and dignity to matter. You have a big announcement about the soul of America and your place in it, and your ideas about it. I do, but I want to be clear because the current political conversation would say, well, if you wanna talk about the soul of America, you stay in your lane because your lane is about the soul. And what I'm saying is no I won't have a political conversation. I'm making a political announcement. But I wish to see what other generations have seen and that a much more expanded political. Conversation that includes issues of the salt. So you've had this exploratory committee that you've been kind of slowly building to announce what your announcing which is you want to run for president. Well, a my exploratory committee absolutely has been that this is to explore the possibility of running for the democratic nomination for president. And yes, Monday night. January twenty eighth is the night of an announcement..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"I was just going to ask you, what is inspirational to you about the country right now. Because we discuss you, rob. We live here in California where the taxes are high, and you comment often about the traffic and the potholes, and that you wanted to comment. Lovely of life. When you when you when new drill down of that little it makes it sound. Like, I feel like I'm being complainer. A lot of people here are complaining about the quality of its quality of the cost of life. And California's I've lived here since nineteen seventy six so I've seen the quality of life dramatically change. So that's why he dreams about possibly maybe moving house. His wife does not wanna move. No, right. So you're continue though to dream and to conceive of some place, you would like to go. Yeah. Because you know, manifesting I'm able to manifest stuff. I am the man I it's I don't know what to attribute it to. But every once in a while, I will get a very very clear vision and sorta work towards it. What is the vision? Now, what he manifesting it hasn't come into total clarity for me. Because there's a lot of different iterations of it in my head. But it's it's the world in which. I have the I'm not as anchored to any one place. 'cause I mean, California's my home forever, and Santa Barbara has been my base forever. And I did nothing but want to be sort of enclosed in that. And now, I'm seeing myself out in the world more. So when you were saying earlier, you get to a place where you're like done with a chapter or done with TV or done with drugs and alcohol. Are you done with California? Are you done? I'm done with considering it like the end all be all my home. I mean, I could see a world in which I spend time here. Probably a lot of time because I love so much about the state for. I mean, whether the surfing, I mean, the the the natural beauty of it. But the day to day life here for me this point in my life is approaching a an area where I'm I'm ready for something different. So we rob is a big sports fanatic. If you. Dodger game tonight Twitter. If you fall, you're constantly weighing in on football, you're constantly weighing in on baseball and all sorts of other things that sometimes you get yourself in trouble on your sports because I'm real fan your real fan. I'm a real real fans. Talks mac. Yeah. You're constantly talking smack on the better. I think I've been way better. Yeah. Because you've been like I got to sell tickets in these cities yet. Oh, I see trying to control yourself. Just like, I I realize like, you know, I got the good news. I loved the Boston Red Sox. So I don't have any inclination to go after them. But but you do in football, you go after people and your and he's very knowledgeable. You read up about sports, you're knowledgeable. So you're a fan, but you're an educated fan. I am. So we talk sometimes about sports. But I usually bow out of that in the kids continue on talking to rob about sports. But another thing we do talk a lot about his politics and what inspires you about America. I just went to conversation the other day, and it was. Quite negative. Everybody was complaining about the state that we're in the people that are running the country for all sorts of stuff. It's really hard you. I'm an I'm an optimist tonight last night. I was in the west wing the reasonable in the west wing was I loved I loved its idealized version of public service. Right. And that show almost seems laughable. Now, it seems like that would that would have taken place on Mars. And I think that there's enough blame to go around on on both sides. And I think it's it's a..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"I think being able to command. Yeah. People you that you love that love being able to. Say laugh now right now get me a Cup of coffee now. Yes, you like to command people I've been with you when you are commanded. That is just like I want it this way I want that way. But you were saying that people say to you like who wrote it who conceived of this. And you're like, you you and do you find that in your life because you're so handsome, and you know, that that people have underestimated you been surprised by your intelligence your drive your discipline Mayans her careers based on low expectations for sure. Yeah. I mean, it which is great like the bar bars really low for me because I think you're just a pretty face and you have nothing in your head. I think that's probably part of it. Also, I don't present as a serious person. I think that's a big part too. It's like, I'm not this moody introspective. Your modi? Your introspective, you're serious. But do you think people see me that? I don't think. No. I don't think I because I sit there and talk to you. And so you're clearly very bright as I said on all a lot of different subjects, right? And so I think people wouldn't expect that so you come off though is serious. Mark funny. Curious you, you're a quick with the conversation. But I think people are always surprised by that they are the for sure there, and it happens again, and again and again, and I've been doing it for five decades. And if you people still are surprised, I look at it this, I I'm a real optimist for the most part, and then always look at the positive and the positive of it is is that you know in the fifth decade. I still have the ability to surprise people is that make you happier irritate. You depends on what this 'cause let's said I can't get irritated. I am human. But do you feel like damn I've been doing this for five decades? Needs. And don't you see whatever -ccomplish or you're like I like surprise people. I like catching them off guard and just weird. I have something's happened a paradigm shift something in the last. I'd say about two or three years where I really truly have gotten to a place truly or I can own it. And it's in my DNA that I don't care what anybody thinks anymore. A really it's really not in a negative way. Yeah. But like in a really like, I'm good with it. You know, I had that happen because that thing that everybody struggled. I think it might be time. I think just might be like the say reps in the gym are they may be you know, you can only look across the room at a director and a restaurant so many times ago. How come I've never worked with director? What is it about me? What is it? What do I need to do? And then one day you look over the director. And you just don't care that you had the what is it about me? We oh for sure I think everybody does. Yeah. So bad. How so many people have the it's never gonna happen for me. What's wrong with me? I'm not enough. What about me? And it takes them down a road that is negative and that they can't come back from..

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"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"maria shriver" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"So I want to ask you before we start. How do you define a meaningful life? What does that mean to you that phrase a meaningful life for me means living first of all living in authentic city being who you truly are being able to use all of your sort of God given talents in the way that they were meant to be used in creating something, and it can be something bigger can be something little can be creating family. It can be that's bay which is big big big doesn't have to be. Be creating a book or creating of painting or anything like that. Creating relationships creating memories is a big thing for me. Because of the end for me. The most meaningful things I have in my life. And I'm blessed have a lot of things are my memories. So I said because I in my book, I've been thinking, I always started each of the chapters on different subjects with a quote, and I was reading through it this morning, and I picked out this quote for you. It's from John wooden, and it says failure isn't fatal, but failure to change might be. And I thought that was great because you change what you're doing all the time. You keep growing you keep evolving you keep learning. Is that natural curiosity is that a I think that's part of it. I honestly, I mean, we all have met people who are unbelievably curious in the people who don't seem to be curious. I'm really curious about everything about everything. I mean, when I meet a new person, I just wanna know more and more and more and more about them. And I think the more. Curious. You are more information. You get the mar- formation. You're able to access to change if you want to so you've been in the public eye for decades. And so that quote, kind of the failure to change is. What is a problem? How have you changed since people? I you I came into people's consciousness because I mean, it's really incredible the duration of your career, and how you've managed to change it up go, it's two fold you don't endure I think in any career, particularly this one without getting your own sort of house in order. So there's the personal changes are one track. And then there's the reinvention of who you are as an entertainer artist, whatever and you have to both right. So explain that getting your house in order, so f-, you know, for me it was getting into recovery. You know, I stopped drinking when I was twenty six. So have what I'm terrible math. But I've got what twenty eight years. Yeah. In recover. Thank you. So I don't get anything without that. That's that's your prime. And by the way, that's a big change change change. That's a big change. And is that something because we've heard recently, so many people who had embraced sobriety fall off of it. Which is that's very common for some. I've been blessed to not have to start over again. But you work, I do work. I'm you know, I was always a pleasure to have in class. I might not have ever gotten the best grades. But I knew how to take direction in. I like to say that half of being a good actor as knowing how to take direction. So when I started on my journey of recovery..

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Everything you need to know about Sunday's 'super blood wolf moon' eclipse

"Give her away and then punch Chris out. You should see the size of the ring posted a photo of the couple featuring the oval cut diamond. The actress says he's proud of living boldly and faith with Schwarzenegger Pratt and ex Anna Farah separated back in two thousand seventeen finalizing their divorce just last year is the ring bigger than the one Tim tebow gave his soon to be wife. Maybe and I'm gonna say this. Thank god. Catherine. Got her looks from her mother and father right looks like Maria Shriver's, very lovely willing to. Yes. Yeah. She's very pretty, and I'm sure has some some heft to her personality too.

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Katherine Schwarzenegger, Chris Pratt And Jennifer Lopez discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Katherine Schwarzenegger, Chris Pratt And Jennifer Lopez discussed on Lori and Julia

"Jennifer Lopez and Chris Pratt making his relationship with cash. Katherine Schwarzenegger social media official. Pratt posted a photo collage to Instagram yesterday. Celebrating Catherine's twenty nine th birthday Schwarzenegger replied, I love you the couple who reportedly met through Schwarzenegger's mom, Maria Shriver, they were first linked in June after they were photographed together

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Oops! Jennifer Garner and daughter Violet had to be rescued after they got lost kayaking in Sweden

Jason and Alexis

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Oops! Jennifer Garner and daughter Violet had to be rescued after they got lost kayaking in Sweden

"Happening in entertainment On mytalk mytalk tell me something. Good Chris Pratt and Catherine Schwarzenegger's. Relationship is hit cruise. Control thanks to a couple of birds Talking. About birds and talking about those little scooters they were seen on a. Couple of those are right outside of Maria Shriver's house so they're just tooling around on those. Little scooters that you can rent. That's kind of fun to, see them that they're actually having a. Relationship because it was rumored he went to lunch with her so people weren't really sure but this, is, pretty, pretty good indication if you're on a bird. With someone means it's getting serious Yeah you're tandem slaughtering together Ooh. Okay let's see Jennifer garner she went. On a trip to Sweden she. Was kayaking with. Her daughter violet who's twelve they had to be rescued. After, getting, lost, at, sea yeah canoe. Kayak kayak so she is she put out on her Instagram, on a pre middle school. Sneak away with my eldest did I? Get. Lost in a kayak yes did we paddle as hard as we could for a hundred hours and end? Up in. A shipping lane I'm afraid so did? We. Have to get rescued Yep so this is kind of.

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Is Chris Pratt dating Arnold Schwarzenegger's daughter?

Lori and Julia

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Is Chris Pratt dating Arnold Schwarzenegger's daughter?

"Hollyhollywood you've been here all day that's a true story we did a lot of people take vacation today yes yes it is it is late june everyone's taking summer vacation but that's okay we've got a hot new celebrity couple to tell you about this afternoon chris pratt katherine schwarzenegger do that was yeah arnold schwarzenegger and maria shriver dot h here i'd like to know well she is twenty eight years old and he is in his mid thirties that's not bad no you're exactly right that is thirty with a kid that is also saying well the photographs have the two of them having a little picnic on some adirondack chairs yesterday afternoon so they were enjoying some sandwiches and some potato chips and some laughs exwife he's going to have to deal with the drunken the ex wife.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Sean Hannitty

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Mike pompeo kicks off his first overseas trip as the nation's new secretary of state hours being on the job secretary of state mike pompeo was already at a nato meeting in brussels he called on nato members there to fulfill a pledge that they would spend two percent of their gdp on defense pompeo also accused russia of what he called an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions and he specifically criticized moscow for posing a threat to its neighbours russia threatens allies and partners both militarily as seen through its invasions of georgia in two thousand eight and ukraine in two thousand fourteen at through an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions in the light of russians unacceptable access nato is more indispensable than ever pay was in saudi arabia on sunday he's expected to arrive here in israel is next stop is going to be jordan boxes david lee miller in jerusalem some women defending nbc's tom brokaw over a decades old allegation of sexual harassment letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after a public allegation of sexual harassment by a former network star linda esther a former network corresponded claims brokaw sexually harassed her in the mid nineteen ninety s but group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated a letter standing with brokaw saying he has treated all of them with fairness and respect giving them opportunities for advancement and championing successes in their careers maria shriver rachel maddow andrea mitchell kelly o'donnell and thomson and white house correspondent kristen welker are the women who put their names on the letter derek dennis fox news.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Ask Me Another

01:21 min | 3 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Live from npr news in washington i'm barbara kline president trump says in a tweet he's expecting a big crowd in michigan tonight when he addresses a campaign style rally in mccomb county as wd et's quin kleinfeld to reports the area was key to his white house win trump one mccomb county in large part by vowing to bring manufacturing jobs back to a state that depends on them and some in the county say he's making good on that promise factory owner jeff hans berger says companies working with his robotics firm are focusing on keeping business in the us after the president threatened to penalize those who outsource jobs do other countries since he's been in office we are not seeing hardly inequality of any going to mexico right now but trump has critics here to some workers say that under the trump administration the cost of their healthcare is skyrocketing and tax cuts are not doing much for them for npr news i'm quinton kleinfeld you're in detroit dozens of former and current colleagues of nbc news veteran tom brokaw are rallying around him as he faces accusations by another former co worker of sexual misconduct npr's amy held reports more than sixty women including rachel maddow maria shriver andrea mitchell are circulating a letter of support.

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Death toll rises to 9 in school stabbing attack in China

Steve Klamkin and the Saturday Morning News

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Death toll rises to 9 in school stabbing attack in China

"Well coming up the adjutant general of rhode island is talking about how the national guard stands ready to protect the security of this year's island elections also we are going to be talking with a professor at johnson wales university they are teaming up with a local love craft brewery to offer a certificate program for brewers so we'll get your beer on on this early saturday morning that much more straight ahead right now it's seven thirty and from the revolution softwash news center douglas at has our top stories good morning good morning steve first responders in scituate spent the hours before midnight try to save someone who crashed their car on peck l road vehicle hit a tree the occupant had to be rushed to the hospital but the name of the person injured in what led up to that accident in scituate has not yet been released the death toll has risen to nine in a stabbing attack outside a middle school in china was allegedly carried out by a former pupil he was seeking revenge police say for having been bullied ten other people injured in that attack police have arrested a twenty eight year old suspect he was a student at the school and was apparently trying to get back people there for having been picked on many years ago china tightly restricts private gun ownership making knives and homemade explosives the most common weapons in violent crimes two days after his conviction bill cosby has already started life as an inmate without leaving home till sentenced to judge can find him to the same philadelphia mansion where he was convicted of molesting a temple university administrator cosby has been ordered to wear a gps ankle bracelet to make sure he doesn't leave the property a group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated us letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after he was accused by a former colleague of unwanted sexual advances the women say that brokaw has tweeted all them with fairness and respect and giving them opportunities these include maria shriver rachel matt allen andrea mitchell on with kelly donal there among the women who have put their names on this letter brokaw denies the former colleagues accusations you've got pills kicking around the house that you don't know what to do with this is the time to get rid of them wpro's paul zangari reports you can get rid.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Steve Klamkin and the Saturday Morning News

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Well coming up the adjutant general of rhode island is talking about how the national guard stands ready to protect the security of this year's island elections also we are going to be talking with a professor at johnson wales university they are teaming up with a local love craft brewery to offer a certificate program for brewers so we'll get your beer on on this early saturday morning that much more straight ahead right now it's seven thirty and from the revolution softwash news center douglas at has our top stories good morning good morning steve first responders in scituate spent the hours before midnight try to save someone who crashed their car on peck l road vehicle hit a tree the occupant had to be rushed to the hospital but the name of the person injured in what led up to that accident in scituate has not yet been released the death toll has risen to nine in a stabbing attack outside a middle school in china was allegedly carried out by a former pupil he was seeking revenge police say for having been bullied ten other people injured in that attack police have arrested a twenty eight year old suspect he was a student at the school and was apparently trying to get back people there for having been picked on many years ago china tightly restricts private gun ownership making knives and homemade explosives the most common weapons in violent crimes two days after his conviction bill cosby has already started life as an inmate without leaving home till sentenced to judge can find him to the same philadelphia mansion where he was convicted of molesting a temple university administrator cosby has been ordered to wear a gps ankle bracelet to make sure he doesn't leave the property a group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated us letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after he was accused by a former colleague of unwanted sexual advances the women say that brokaw has tweeted all them with fairness and respect and giving them opportunities these include maria shriver rachel matt allen andrea mitchell on with kelly donal there among the women who have put their names on this letter brokaw denies the former colleagues accusations you've got pills kicking around the house that you don't know what to do with this is the time to get rid of them wpro's paul zangari reports you can get rid.

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