35 Burst results for "Marnie"

"marnie" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"marnie" Discussed on The Current

"From cbc podcasts and the fifth estate brainwashed is a multi burn investigation into the cia as experiments in mind control from the cold war and m. k. Ultra to the so called war on terror. We learn about a psychiatrist who used his patients as human guinea pigs. And what happens when the military and medicine collide. Listen to brainwashed on the cbc. Listen app or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. Trying to hold into history. That's the canadian olympian marnie. Mcbena her rowing teammate. Kathleen handle at the nineteen ninety six atlanta games. Marnie mcbean is a three time. Olympic gold medalist and is about to head to the tokyo games as candidates chef michigan mining bean. Good morning learning. That how are you. i'm great there. I listened to that and there is a lot that is in that clip. There is a big win there. Is you and your racing partner. Kathleen who died earlier this year. There is the fun of being at the olympics. And being in that moment. What goes through your mind when you hear that. Well i was like sure. He's going to start me off with tears way to go matt. There's a lot there is a lot. There's also crowd noise in there right. So that's something that we. I'm sure we'll talk about but it just it. It's amazing that that's twenty five years ago. Now that's crazy. 'cause there's part of it feels like like one hundred years ago and part of it feels like you know not yesterday anymore but more like maybe ten years ago i just. I can't believe i did it. When when kathleen i would talk about the olympics We it was always in this. Why do other people make it. Look so hard if we could do it. I'm sure it it couldn't have been not hard and yet i know it was and it was really special and and here i am i. I think my job is to make sure that this title of You know most successful summer olympic athlete like gold medals. That's gotta go right. That's like that's got to be long gone. I want someone to have four and five and six summer gold medals so bring it bring it..

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Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial

The Readout Loud

01:55 min | 6 months ago

Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial

"All right. Let's kick off the podcast with a kind of a dish on the week's news and we should definitely start with cure vac Meg what happened to curevac co vaccine. Yes this was hugely surprising wednesday afternoon. The news came of the company's results from their late stage. Clinical trial of forty thousand participants of another rene vaccine and of course with the success of madeira advisor. The expectations were very high that the efficacy would be very strong and it was forty seven percent now. The company cited a large number of variants. That were in the trial though. Wasn't clear the exact impact of those various on the efficacy. And there's some speculation that it could be the differences in the vaccine from modernize and visor biotechs damian. You looked into this pretty deeply. Yes so not all. Mr nays are created. I shouldn't say equally the same so pfizer and medina both use an approach to work in a tiny modification that is meant to basically avoid the immune system from attacking the marnie strand that you insert curevac used an unmodified marnie for its vaccine and the company's reasoning was you know for an mri therapeutic. Yes sure you'd want to avoid an immune system reaction but for a vaccine an immune system reaction is kind of the name of the game and so that was kind of their thesis going into it but as a result of using the unmodified marnie. They used a smaller dose than pfizer. Madrid Which most likely was to avoid any kind of too much of an immune reaction and so a lot of people. Curevac didn't say this and they haven't provided really enough detail on the data in question for us to really dig in but there is a theory going around out there that enserch of this kind of goldilocks dose of this unmodified. Marta they might have had simply too weak of a vaccine to get the kind of efficacy numbers that we've seen from the pfizer vaccines.

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The Past, Present and Future of mRNA Vaccines

Short Wave

02:08 min | 7 months ago

The Past, Present and Future of mRNA Vaccines

"When i called up margaret had a lot of questions for her about 'em are in apec so we started at the beginning. I was thinking margaret. I wanna do a little bit of a history of like how long this technology's been around and if you don't know like the super details of that that's that's totally fine. Do know the super details because ali written scientific papers about it s okay. I'm these ing. Okay now a lot of scientists have worked on marnie vaccine's over the years philip. Feltner catalan carrico. Drew weisman just to name a few. The work really started in the seventies but it wasn't until the nineties that scientists are testing out. The first marinate vaccines in mice. Most vaccines like the flu. Shot or whooping cough vaccine use bits and pieces or weakened form of the virus or bacterium to build up immunity but the amarna vaccines are not a whole virus. Or a whole. What you're putting in is a piece of just a piece of coding sequence. That then has your body make that single protein for instance one of the corona viruses proteins causes an immune response. That will protect you later when your body encounters the real thing. So that's the idea but there were two challenges researchers had deal with to get to where we are now with. Mri vaccines one challenge. Was that the. Mr is very and gets degraded very quickly and so it doesn't last very long and so the first challenge that has had to be overcome was to find the right way to formulate it. So i'd like to think of this as eminem so if you were to hold plain chocolate in your hands that chocolate would melt because your hands warm and so what happened was eminem's are away putting a candy coating around it so that you can now hold them in your hands. And it doesn't melt. So that's what scientists kinda

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Johnson and Johnson says single-shot COVID-19 vaccine is 85 percent effective

Bloomberg Businessweek

06:39 min | 11 months ago

Johnson and Johnson says single-shot COVID-19 vaccine is 85 percent effective

"What's going on. When it comes to Cove in 19, and more specifically, Pursuit for more vaccines because we've got some big news from J and J Today. In fact, it's our top story on the Bloomberg In the past hour, Johnson and Johnson's one shot vaccine generating strong protection Against covered 19. They did him a large late stage trials, raising hopes that it can rapidly reshape US stumbling immunization campaign. We know the role. It has been really tough, but you've been pointing to the numbers preventing 66% Moderate to severe cases of covert 19, according to the company. Particularly effective stopping severe disease is preventing 85% of severe infections and 100% of hospitalizations and deaths. That's the number you've been focusing on. And it's a big one. All right, let's bring in our guest post op pulls his vice chairman of the executive committee, a change a also chief scientific officer at J and J and he joins us on the phone or actions should say Zoom. From New Brunswick, New Jersey. We also do want to welcome our Bloomberg TV audience. Who is joining who are joining us at this time? Um, Paul, it is so nice to have you here with us. First of all, Thank you so much and welcome. Talk to us about the findings. There's some difference statistics in terms of the efficacy. What is it that we need to zero and in on and what's really the most significant your view? So we did a very large study of 45,000 people in the US South America in Latin America in a totally different environment, where now huge transmission but also many variants or presence, and what we saw is that in the high in the severe disease We got a very high protection 85% against severe disease as well as 100% for death and hospitalization, and that across the entire study, including the South African study, and why is that important? That's 6000 people in South Africa, and we found that 90% of this train spread inside African strains, and we got even a better we got from 89% perfection in South Africa against the severe disease that 100% against hospitalization and other begins percent against that, so that shows that the vaccine is applications in in severe disease. Smell us against significant new strains. Given the results of this study, do you expect new and even more powerful variants to emerge in the future? Yeah, we have to stay very vigilant. There's so much fire a virus replication in the world. And now new vaccines being used and the virus is following the Darwin principles. The fittest survive, and they will take over as in in that race, And so you will see probably more variants. But strong immunity, antibody immunity and so immunity probably can overcome that. But we have to stay very vigilant and we have been able to do that with a single does, and I think that is going to be very effective in faster allowed as we are making a billion dollars in the course of the year. Well, let's talk about that. Because when you talked with our David Westin last fall, Paul, that's exactly what you talked about A billion doses you anticipated for 2021. So that's a real number. You expect it And can you give us an idea? That billion dose roll out. What does it look like over the next few months? So at the moment we are, we are setting up many of manufacturing plants in late stage. We are getting approval from different regulators in the world on that, so it's in full upscaling. And as we will deliver a billion over the year, it will be region by region, country by country. We work with the government to discuss on how much will be available when it will come in equivocator, but we are confident that we will be able to make Provide a billion in the course of the year. But what does that mean that? I mean, obviously, you've got get the emergency approval. So give me an idea of what the timeline is. I think we're all kind of Fixated on getting the vaccine so that our life can get back to normal. So what does the emergency approval process look like? And then when you actually anticipate getting vaccines into arms, and then at what rate Them so we will submit a filing next week. So we know that the data now for three days, we We worked on it that we finalized. That's what we published today. Next week will submit And then the FDA and Emma will have to do their work. The European fella to use a U. S agency will start their work and most likely towards the end of February will have an advisory panel bending of course decision off the FDA and then we'll see getting approval. Emergency use approve. Full and then in March will be able to start living vaccine. So you think a realistic timeline for us to actually receive Johnson and Johnson single dose vaccine would be March? It will start in the month of March, but they're also with US government. We have made an agreement over this off for several for 400 million vaccines to start with, I will keep up to that agreement to be able to deliver that. I'm wondering how you see this shot being used in the context of this is you call Pandemic Recovery tool kit, you know, especially fitting in with the Amarna vaccines that we see from during a and Fizer As well. The rollout of those has has been really tough here in the United States. There's been a lot of speed bumps, but you don't have to keep this one at a temperature for very, very cold temperature for a significant period of time. I mean, they're a lot of differences here. How do you see the rollout working in the context of these other vaccines? Well, it's it your point of the right thing. It's a single dose. So it one shot. You get this protection starting day 14 and and if you know, mature, said 28 even lot longer, so that goes fast. And then it It has to do it Celsius, which is normal refrigeration temperature for stability for three months so we can distribute in the country at normal refrigeration, which allows to get fractionated almost in every health care center pharmacy in a very simple way s O and that that will help and the single shot combined with that. And a high efficacy poor for severe disease. That hospitalization can have a very important effect. In addition, very short, very clean safety profile we have. We have not observed serious adverse events. No, an electric shock so further to be evaluated by the regulators. But that will also be an attractive feature with the very favorable safety profile. So that means that people who perhaps have not been in who had been advised against getting Marnie vaccine, This could be an option for them. Be an option, but it will be determined by the authorities who will get access first as this is emergency use application. It's ah, it will be distributed by the government. Hey,

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What's with the hold-up with the Pfizer vaccine?

Coronacast

01:57 min | 11 months ago

What's with the hold-up with the Pfizer vaccine?

"And the quest for a vaccine for coronavirus has been a bit of an emotional rollercoaster. Norman has an like we've been. We knew that it was needed. The science is massive. Things have been approved. And then now. We're looking at the especially the fis. Abondoned take vaccine. Which was the first cab off the rank and a lot of people around the world. Millions of people around the world are relying on it. there's delays and maybe today we could just take a bit of a step back and look at what it actually tixx or what is taken specifically to get the five vaccine up in the first place and just give people a bit of a sense of what the challenge is to get that out all around. The world is obviously enormous task. Pfizer has committed to one point three billion doses in two thousand twenty one and just up to two billion. And that's what they claim is the Is the hold up in terms of their faxing supplies. They've had to retool a factory to be able to increase their those production over the course of twenty. Twenty one to two billion doses. The marnie vaccine is supposedly an easier. Vaccine to manufacture requires different technology from the one. We've got here in australia. But they claim it's easier than some of the other more traditional vaccines we do know that The nova vaccine which is another one of the vaccines that we've committed to hear. Industry has had problems with manufacturer for the clinical trial. They've got a novel technology that links. The protein the fight the spike protein. To what's called an antient stimulate the immune so they've had some problems with that and others have had problems as well so i. It's right across the board in terms of manufacturing problems to this kind of scale so in theory easier to produce an marin vaccine bought. There are issues. No question about that but pfizer. And i did an interview with the md of pfizer australia for tonight. Seven thirty was saying that really their main issue was tooling up from one point. Three billion dollars target to two billion does target.

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Maryland lawmaker said to have tried to bring gun onto House floor

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Maryland lawmaker said to have tried to bring gun onto House floor

"Investigating whether GOP representative Andy Harris of Maryland Attempted to bring a gun onto the house for Wednesday correspondent Marnie Bennett with detail following the siege at the capital earlier this month. Magnetometers and other security measures have been installed outside of the chamber. A reporter for the Huffington Post witnessed Harris setting off the metal detectors as he attempted to enter the chamber on Thursday. When an officer with a metal detector wands scanned him. A firearm was detected on Harris. Aside, concealed by his suit coat, lawmakers are allowed to carry guns in their office and on the Capitol grounds, But they're forbidden from bringing firearms onto the house floor. Bernie Bennett in

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COVID-19 vaccine distribution faces logistical challenges

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:42 min | 11 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine distribution faces logistical challenges

"Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew mullah my guests today sarah wheaton and dr arthur caplan sarah wheaton chief policy correspondent for politico europe. She joins us from brussels. And autho kaplan is professor of bioethics at new york. University's school of medicine. He joins us from the woods of connecticut. This first part of the show. I want to talk more domestically about what. The responsibilities and duties and possibilities are in terms of vaccinations and how domestic governments go about organizing them the second part of the show. We'll talk more about the global picture. But sarah i'll start with you not withstanding the united kingdom which is actually proceeding with the vaccinations at a reasonably impressive clip. The non uk european countries. Actually being too slow by half they'd seemed to have got off to a very sluggish. Start indeed and it's causing quite a bit of domestic problems around the block and as well it's also calling into question european union's unity in fact. There's a huge blame. Brussels faction basically saying that the eu was too slow to buy doses compared to the united states and the united kingdom on the other hand. You also see that many countries including germany. Which has been one of the most vocal in criticizing. Brussels is not doing a very good job of getting the doses out that they have. is it. just a question of polaroid if you will if we focus on one specific example you look at a country like the netherlands which would appear to have every imaginable advantage. Where doing something like. This is concerned. It is geographically tiny eddies rich. It is well organized you would think vaccinating. The netherlands would be relatively straightforward. Is these things go and yet one. They have barely started and to the government has picked this moment to resign on mass over. Something else entirely right. I think it's really fascinating if you look at the databases that lay out. How countries have been doing with their vaccination. There are some things that show number of doses administered per one hundred. And there's not an obvious pattern so again sort of make sense that you can. Denmark are doing very well but then you have italy. You have spain. You have slovenia and lithuania in the top ten whereas you have big wealthy countries like germany and france and the netherlands as you mentioned doing quite poorly and each country is a precious snowflake with a health system and the value said that really drive this so one of the factors in the netherlands. The case in many countries is at one point. It looked like the astra zeneca vaccine was the front runner that was both the cheapest and the most logistically simple. It doesn't need kind of special freezing transportation so i think the netherlands was a country where they were more banking on that particular shot being the one that was available so they didn't think as much about how they were going to be doing the logistics for a more complicated marnie vaccine in germany. They say actually part of the issue is that germany has many different health insurance systems. And so the data about who actually qualifies for this vaccine is not consistently available whereas in countries like spain and italy. You may be due in certainly in the united kingdom where you have the national health service you have various centralized data system author another thing that countries have had a long time to think about is the order in which they roll the vaccines out. Obviously who gets it i. You can't vaccinate everybody the same week. Does it strike you that. There's much in the way of interesting or indicative divergence in in who is prioritizing. What here in the uk of call us where credit where it's due to the government as we were saying they're doing quite well. They started out with old people. Care homes people with chronic illnesses which might make them more vulnerable. Is that the smart thing to do. I wonder myself with a more thought. Should be given to vaccinating. People like retail workers bus drivers refuse collectors. Delivery people the ones who have to interact with the public and the ones without whom society really would grind to a halt. Yes well we spent an announcement of time in the us arguing over who should go first. Who should go second new should go third lots of categories federal advice flying around about prioritization. But we learned a couple of things once. The vaccine went to the states. They all decided their own priorities. So in some parts of the us prisons and prison staff are being vaccinated in other states. The governors have said no. We're not doing that because they don't like prisoners basically even though that's a high risk population and could be a place where the virus easily spreads back to the community. I've talked to a lot of people who run group homes for intellectually disabled people in nursing homes or care homes but out in the community. They're getting no supply they got forgotten. So i'm lis- despite lots and lots of arguing if you had a clientele of down syndrome individuals. Their death rates are six seven eight times as high as everybody else but somehow the prioritization list so we did spend a lot of time arguing but now we have fifty states with fifty different policies. We've seen a little cheating as a result because when you don't have consistency people start to say that. I'm not gonna follow the rules. So we have people who are rich. Flying to florida to get in line to get vaccinated. Florida per usual doesn't seem to care exactly who's supposed to be a priority. The lord help us to even vaccinating canadians. Their her down there snowbirds so that's causing tension among the locals. But here's the take on less than than i learned. It's great to have these arguments. About who goes i. If your logistics don't work it doesn't matter what your list is if you can't get supply out to the meat packers of the delivery. People are wherever if what we do. Is we send the supply to hospitals and nursing homes or care homes as we've done here that's where the vaccinations occur and those institutions will just vaccinate their employees high risk. Or not is. That's where the refrigerator is. As sarah said it's hard to handle stuff. They're not gonna go running down the street looking for the next category person to give it to so logistics as much as ethics or laying out priority groups drives distribution

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Vaccine Rollout Strategies Vary Between Nations

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:42 min | 11 months ago

Vaccine Rollout Strategies Vary Between Nations

"Welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew mullah my guests today sarah wheaton and dr arthur caplan sarah wheaton chief policy correspondent for politico europe. She joins us from brussels. And autho kaplan is professor of bioethics at new york. University's school of medicine. He joins us from the woods of connecticut. This first part of the show. I want to talk more domestically about what. The responsibilities and duties and possibilities are in terms of vaccinations and how domestic governments go about organizing them the second part of the show. We'll talk more about the global picture. But sarah i'll start with you not withstanding the united kingdom which is actually proceeding with the vaccinations at a reasonably impressive clip. The non uk european countries. Actually being too slow by half they'd seemed to have got off to a very sluggish. Start indeed and it's causing quite a bit of domestic problems around the block and as well it's also calling into question european union's unity in fact. There's a huge blame. Brussels faction basically saying that the eu was too slow to buy doses compared to the united states and the united kingdom on the other hand. You also see that many countries including germany. Which has been one of the most vocal in criticizing. Brussels is not doing a very good job of getting the doses out that they have. is it. just a question of polaroid if you will if we focus on one specific example you look at a country like the netherlands which would appear to have every imaginable advantage. Where doing something like. This is concerned. It is geographically tiny eddies rich. It is well organized you would think vaccinating. The netherlands would be relatively straightforward. Is these things go and yet one. They have barely started and to the government has picked this moment to resign on mass over. Something else entirely right. I think it's really fascinating if you look at the databases that lay out. How countries have been doing with their vaccination. There are some things that show number of doses administered per one hundred. And there's not an obvious pattern so again sort of make sense that you can. Denmark are doing very well but then you have italy. You have spain. You have slovenia and lithuania in the top ten whereas you have big wealthy countries like germany and france and the netherlands as you mentioned doing quite poorly and each country is a precious snowflake with a health system and the value said that really drive this so one of the factors in the netherlands. The case in many countries is at one point. It looked like the astra zeneca vaccine was the front runner that was both the cheapest and the most logistically simple. It doesn't need kind of special freezing transportation so i think the netherlands was a country where they were more banking on that particular shot being the one that was available so they didn't think as much about how they were going to be doing the logistics for a more complicated marnie vaccine in germany. They say actually part of the issue is that germany has many different health insurance systems. And so the data about who actually qualifies for this vaccine is not consistently available whereas in countries like spain and italy. You may be due in certainly in the united kingdom where you have the national health service you have various centralized data system author another thing that countries have had a long time to think about is the order in which they roll the vaccines out. Obviously who gets it i. You can't vaccinate everybody the same week. Does it strike you that. There's much in the way of interesting or indicative divergence in in who is prioritizing. What here in the uk of call us where credit where it's due to the government as we were saying they're doing quite well. They started out with old people. Care homes people with chronic illnesses which might make them more vulnerable. Is that the smart thing to do. I wonder myself with a more thought. Should be given to vaccinating. People like retail workers bus drivers refuse collectors. Delivery people the ones who have to interact with the public and the ones without whom society really would grind to a halt. Yes well we spent an announcement of time in the us arguing over who should go first. Who should go second new should go third lots of categories federal advice flying around about prioritization. But we learned a couple of things once. The vaccine went to the states. They all decided their own priorities. So in some parts of the us prisons and prison staff are being vaccinated in other states. The governors have said no. We're not doing that because they don't like prisoners basically even though that's a high risk population and could be a place where the virus easily spreads back to the community. I've talked to a lot of people who run group homes for intellectually disabled people in nursing homes or care homes but out in the community. They're getting no supply they got forgotten. So i'm lis- despite lots and lots of arguing if you had a clientele of down syndrome individuals. Their death rates are six seven eight times as high as everybody else but somehow the prioritization list so we did spend a lot of time arguing but now we have fifty states with fifty different policies. We've seen a little cheating as a result because when you don't have consistency people start to say that. I'm not gonna follow the rules. So we have people who are rich. Flying to florida to get in line to get vaccinated. Florida per usual doesn't seem to care exactly who's supposed to be a priority. The lord help us to even vaccinating canadians. Their her down there snowbirds so that's causing tension among the locals. But here's the take on less than than i learned. It's great to have these arguments. About who goes i. If your logistics don't work it doesn't matter what your list is if you can't get supply out to the meat packers of the delivery. People are wherever if what we do. Is we send the supply to hospitals and nursing homes or care homes as we've done here that's where the vaccinations occur and those institutions will just vaccinate their employees high risk. Or not is. That's where the refrigerator is. As sarah said it's hard to handle stuff. They're not gonna go running down the street looking for the next category person to give it to so logistics as much as ethics or laying out priority groups drives distribution

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Eliminating dating road blocks: Helping you get to the bottom of your relationship struggles

Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Eliminating dating road blocks: Helping you get to the bottom of your relationship struggles

"I dive into Germany is done for me. I want domini to explain a little bit about what she does for those who haven't listened to the Past episode that she was on so you explain it and then I'll explain it better for you. Got it. You got it actually sounds great because when I explained I think it's not intense entirely the process love you ladies. Thank you so much for having me back on I'm so appreciative. So what I do is I help single men attractive life Partners through personal and relationship coaching. But what the way I do that is quite fascinatingly very different approach in some ways from the way Marnie does it which is expert in its own right? I sort of approach from the deeper levels those deeper psychological ways in which we hold ourselves back from what we want and I have started recently opening up I work with women and with people in relationships because really whatever it is that you're struggling with in your life doesn't have to be actual dating problem and tends to be a personal problem. That's just manifesting in your dating life. And if that's the case that means is manifesting in other areas of your life as well. So if people come to me because they gain more confidence that they want to be more authentic or they want to be better on stage. I had a guy wants to be a rockstar come to me cuz you had anxiety on stage and he took about a month and anxiety was gone. And so it really can apply a lot of juice. Areas, which makes it quite fascinating work. Yeah. Well the thing is that I have learned from my experience with you is that once you free up this space that you're holding for these negative. I don't even know what to classify them as but negative feelings negative views believe whatever they are that's in place. First of all, you free up your space for so much more time to have a wonderful things instead of focusing on all of these negative. So if somebody does have anxiety or they have bitterness or they feel unhappy what really ends up happening is that you spend so much time fixating and focusing on life being unhappy and bitter and angry that you miss out on all of the great things around you so I can't even remember what I came to you for and that's part of the process is that you forget the purpose in the very beginning. I remember the first time I spoke to you. I was saying that I felt overwhelmed lackluster was probably a word that I said that like I'm doing all of these great things all these great things are happening for me, but I'm just I'm not happy. Enjoying these things and I don't know if it's cold and because life's kind of weird right now or if it's me and so the work that we started doing with each other. I don't know if it was directly related to that what came out of it, but I'll be very transparent and say that I have some difficulties with my husband when we get into arguments because as soon as there is something that says I don't like you in my mind, right that's my belief system. My brain goes into defense mode where I want to protect myself. So I start thinking of all the ways that I don't like him. He doesn't say I don't like me but I assume that him being angry about something or being snippy about something whatever like normal people are is a direct attack how he feels about me and it sent me into this spiral before where I would be like we should get divorced you should be with each other. This is horrible. He's a bad man and then we would make up and we would talk and I know he's totally fine, but I am Hold on to some of that still and it would be hard for us to recover. And so a lot of the work that we did wasn't geared towards my husband. It was geared towards how I defend ourselves from others hurting me cuz that pattern happens with vendors that I work with with no clients that I have with my parents my family members my friends. It was a repeated pattern that I had been doing for my entire life and domini explained to me that it's something I developed in childhood with my childlike brain that made a general rule that if somebody speaks to you in this tone or doesn't like what you said a then they don't like you and they're going to hurt you in the long run. And so for me, I developed my own defense mechanisms, but as an adult, which is the work that domini and I did we helped provide a module explanation and expanded explanation as to what's going on is a long-winded thing, but I can tell you that now when I come across a very similar situation with vendors dead My husband my husband's the one that happens most often that I now try to make my brain go in that direction where I try to think about all those negative things and my brain literally pushes me back and says and then don't go there. It's not right stay in the moment and I can't even explain to you unless you go through this and maybe people who over with Dommy. I don't know if they have different experiences, but that was my experience that they belong if that I had before that was causing me tons of pain and frustration and a disconnect between those that I loved or those that I wanted to work with is now not even part of my programming and I can't go there anymore,

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Why some Black Americans are skeptical of a COVID-19 vaccine

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Why some Black Americans are skeptical of a COVID-19 vaccine

"How do you feel about the comeback team as my excellent even have my children american community. We must trust me because we do feel like the first they wanna test on and we're being experimental. We used to be mistreated. We use the ban experimental role and we used to be last any category when it comes to healthcare to words to start off here remember tuskegee public. Health officials are focused on countering distrust toward this vaccine particularly in black communities in our country. Michelle norris from the washington post puts the conundrum this way quote vaccine. Hesitancy from black americans is different from an anti vaxxers stance. It's not that black. Americans don't believe in vaccines. They don't trust a public health system that has in too many cases engaged in grievous harm by experimenting on black bodies without consent or ignoring the specific needs of black people here to talk about we. Welcome to our broadcast tonight. Dr peter hotels he's a vaccine scientists working with a team to develop a low cost cove at nineteen version for global distribution. He happens to serve as co director of the center for vaccine development at texas children's and he is the dean of the national school of tropical medicine at baylor college of medicine also with us tonight. The reverend walker. We are proud to say she started as did a number of us in local news notably as the first african-american weeknight news anchor in boston. And is now senior pastor at roxbury presbyterian. She's been at the center of an effort. Enlisting dr rao cheese help and others to build trust in the vaccine among members of her congregation and the larger city at large Dr houghton. Says i'd like to begin with you and your reaction to this. Fda authorization tonight well it certainly important news Critical first step towards backseat our way out of this epidemic. you know. We're hoping not to have to completely rely on biotechnology solutions but in the absence of a national cove nineteen strategy by. This white house backed us into a corner and now we pretty much have no other major tools now to halt the screaming epidemic. Where we're looking at two hundred thousand new cases a day in three thousand deaths per day. So we're in a dire situation in. Having this vaccine is going to be an absolutely critical tool. And i hope it's going to be the first of four or five ac scenes that will have in the coming months because i don't think we're going to be able to vaccinate the us population with these two marnie vaccines alone. So a major first step but a pretty long road ahead here here on time is of the essence of reverend walker. It's great to have you. I'm looking at pew. Research polling says sixty one percent of white americans are prepared to have the vaccine forty-two percent of black americans. I'm gonna make a sweeping assumption about all of our viewers. The folks smart enough to watch this hour every night. Know their history so we have established the fear and distrust. Tell us what you're hearing in your congregation. However some people are saying they wanna wait it out and see what's going to happen which gives me a little hope. This is a very tragic situation. If we don't take vaccine a lot of people as you have already pointed out simply do not trust systems a not just because of history but because of their daily experiences people who feel that they have been abused and they have been disrespected. They have been ignored by. Hospitals are in general. So you know getting that to change is not going to be an

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"marnie" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"marnie" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"On Marnie's Fania and, of course Club's gonna be played without Trevor warrants again next week against Notre Dame. Doesn't mean they can't win, and I like the way D J look today, but it's gonna absolutely make to give a heck of a lot closer for wasn't if Trevor warns was playing a silly would be picking Clemson that will no doubt about that. First of all, I love how we've just both punted on ever trying to pronounce DJs last name, so I said you would have gotten my lady. That's not Bad. Yeah, that's not far off. That's like saying the Sager. It's like 65% there, I think, but what I was going to say was I think this is actually a best case scenario for the A. C C because Obviously clumsy can win. But if Clemson loses, everyone's going Oh, it's only because there was no Trevor Laurence and I know Pete. You check just said a minute ago. We shouldn't We shouldn't say that about Notre Dame, but like that's what's going to be the conversation, right? And then Clemson will obviously have Trevor Laurence in the A C C championship game, right? And all of a sudden you have to 10 and one teams at the end of the season, and we're we just spent last segment, arguing about the fact that there's not a four team. I think it could work out really well for the A. C. C. If if Notre Dame can pull off the upset with both those teams getting into the play off down the road? Yeah, I said the same. They get two teams in there, except the one thing is that the route encounters two teams in the A. C C. Considering No Today movie doesn't play in that conference. But just for this year, it could be two teams. In the end, the A C C will get ritual Ah, while rather money distributed, Nor do I care. But, yeah, two teams from the A. C C is a strong possibility right now. I don't think there's going to be a team from the Big 10 was what's going to Ohio State, but it is certainly not going to be Michigan or anybody else. This year. Wisconsin is in big trouble even trying to finish out the season only the other day one of the wild card out there is the Pac 12 eyes, somebody you go and stand out going to feed it. You know, Run the run. The schedule posted only play like two games or something. What do they write? Plays six something. What is 66? Plus the conference championship game. Ridiculous. Thank you. Let me tell you this. First of all, I don't think it's gonna happen. So so before I let me finish the sentence before you started the fire you again? Yes. Two things one. We're watching a BYU team right now. That's really fun, and I don't I don't play anybody, but they have like the number two offense in the country. Their quarterback Zach Wilson, is a guy that people think could potentially be first round pick this year. And then also, don't forget about Cincinnati. Man. They are steamrolling. Everybody s as they improved today to five. You know, Um, I'd like to see one of those teams get in. Do I think it's going to happen? I don't it be pretty cool, especially BYU because they're really, really fun to watch. While you could really make a case I would love the sea, a teams and that this year and take like three or even four teams like you mentioned. On DH, see what they could do like a Cincinnati or something of BYU? I At one point I thought that army was maybe going to go ahead and run the table. But whatever I'd love to see you, like teams like that get a chance this year. Especially when there's nobody really dominant some of the other conferences that that'd be a good chance I love this year they would do against the big boys out there, you know, I agree. And like I said, especially first of all, Cincinnati plays really defense like they have got, you know, they last year, played against a couple power five teams and played really well and they're really well coached. Obviously, their head coach Luke Fickell, was at Ohio State forever. But BYU man like that that quarterback Zach Wilson, who is a potential first round pick, like I just said, the way that they score. I don't know defensively that they could keep up. They just make it really fun, And I'd rather see that. You know, we just argued about Oklahoma. We just You know, we're like a coastal Carolina to something like that. I'll tell you what to P P Tex point. I would rather see an undefeated team like that. Then ah to Los Oklahoma to lost Notre Dame Wisconsin, who's only played five games, a two lost Florida. I'd rather see a team like that, even if I don't think they had much of a chance to win. Yeah, we'll get if you could expand it to aid if it's just four teams that I'm not for doing something like that, Then I'm like no, let's pump. Let's get the best teams in there. Even if they have one loss again. I don't think he's going to get you and I don't think anybody from the big 12 is going to get into our is sorry to burst your bubble out there that conferences Absolutely disgusting. It is a god. Chris Plank isn't here. Thank goodness is Oklahoma Team one, but that's just not. Ah, very good conference at all. It's disgusting. Texas with wind today, vory lucky to go and not lucky, but they beat Oklahoma State. That was a good game out there. That was the last off the unbeaten, So the big truck is gonna have nothing in there, Right? Look. We just crushed our number One just flew on by my goodness. You want to be part of the show, Aaron underscore Torres. I'm it's thinking genius. One will wrap up the college football. And we're going to get you ready for to a time. Is my dolphins Make a run for the Super Bowl. Yeah, Fire fire me. If that doesn't happen, for crying out loud, we'll get to that next right here on Fox Sports Radio..

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Sean Connery dies, iconic “James Bond” actor passes away at 90

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01:13 min | 1 year ago

Sean Connery dies, iconic “James Bond” actor passes away at 90

"As James Bond and in many other roles. He was one of the smoothest actors ever to grace the screen. Sean Connery died overnight in the Bahamas at the age of 90. Born in Scotland in 1930, Sean Connery defined cool for a generation as the suave spy James Bond and Dr No James. He returned his double 07 in from Russia. With love Goldfinger Thunder Ball, You only live twice. Diamonds are forever and never say Never again. Not only was he a box office smash, she was sought by master filmmakers in Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie John Huston's The Man Who would be King Sidney Lumet's murder on the Orient Express and Brian DePalma's The Untouchables, for which he won the Oscar. Get Capone. Here's how you get him. He pulls a knife. You pull a gun, He sends one of yours to hospital. You send one of his toe the mark. His list of beloved Flix is endless. Highlander Hunt for Red October. The rock and my favorite is Harrison Ford's father in Indiana Jones and the last crusade I came here to say, Oh, yeah, and who's gonna come to save you Junior? He received the Kennedy Center honor in 1999 and was knighted in 2000, Remembering Sean Connery, Jason Fraley, Deputy news. Coming up

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"marnie" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"marnie" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"So do you find women that come to you, you know are so in fear initially that long, you know, you kind of have to talk about the ledge and and and remind them and this is one of our big messages as you don't have to fear cancer, you know cancer is just the symptom. It's not the cause exactly. Yes. Yeah, I deal with that Fear Factor pretty frequently. How do you how do you how do you talk them off the ledge when they first thing I do is to tell them this is some viable. It's absolutely survivable. This is not a death sentence. Yeah, and and less spoiled that fear down, you know into something wrong. More approachable and just get them to realize that okay, we're all here for a finite period of time. We're not it's not like no one's going to die. We all will be an eventual thing. But the important thing is to realize that you while you're here. You need to be living your life as fully and completely as you can and enjoying it and you know, gosh that's so important, isn't it? Absolutely now you you know, you mentioned initially before your diagnosis that there was a lot of stress in your life. And you know, one of our Essentials is essential number for and healing the emotional wounds and making sure that you know, you're managing your stress because Well tell us what what does stress due to the body and your immune system? Oh, yeah, it undermines the immune system to a huge degree. I mean either one of those epigenetic factors, isn't it? Really? I mean, it's it's huge and it's so important to deal with it because I mean, like I said earlier, I I I work with people all the time who are doing just absolutely perfect with their diet. They're supplements everything exercise doing all the right things but during this toxic relationship or during this horrible job that they hate. Well, I'll deal with that later. No dear really we need to deal with it now because this is important factor in cancers a wake-up call, isn't it? I mean It's it's the biggest wake-up call you'll ever get and to deal with every aspect. You can't leave any stone unturned really long and it's you know, it's about transformation and change right? Because if you keep the same lifestyle that you had precancer, you know, nothing's going to change and and I've see that so much of time, you know, women are doing everything right as far as the supplements but they're you know, they're just not progressing until they deal with the emotional aspect. And then also there's a shuttle aspect which is a huge factor that a lot of people think it's not that important. But you know, we definitely need to look at you know, what's in your mauth oral microbiome on the toxicity of the amount goes the root canals and all of those things. Yeah, I once not too long ago had a conversation with the lady who was a thermal imaging person dead. But I forget now what her exact title was but she worked with thermal imaging and she had some really interesting photos of women who had root canals and you could see how the root canals were affecting those meridians and went right through the breasts. Yeah, seeing is believing Now using fascinating fascinating. I saw that a lot as well. Now, let's talk a little bit about some of the things that you recommend for the women that you coach as far as long. I mean, we you know, as far as nutrition and then as far as the specific supplements or herbs or Chinese medicine, you know things that will really took a good cancer cells. So let's first of all let's talk about nutrition. What are the basic things that you recommend? I recommend the people do daily juicing or smoothies one or the other whichever they prefer or switch off because there's so many things that you can get from that way. It's better than taking a multi-vitamin because you're getting the nutrition at the very basic level and right into the body cells in our bodies love that. Yeah, and there are so many things that you can do like even just even just juicing a stalk of broccoli the things that you'll get out of that. Hi slow. Yeah powerful. So yeah, carrots and beets and all of the greens spinach all those things makes such a huge difference and they taste good too. I mean, it's super simple just takes minutes and you provided yourself with an amazing amount of nutrition organic eggs go ahead and has to be organic. That's that's a whole other subject, isn't it? But yeah, and so and beyond that I just I don't say to people, you know, you need to go off me you need Volkswagen. I'm not I'm not that strict. I just believe that make it as clean as possible, which what you enjoy eat from the rainbow. I hear people say that all the time but it's so true the brighter color than it is the better it is for you. So yeah loads of loads of vegetables loads of fruit. And if you're going to eat meat make sure it's as clean as it can be in organic or free-range just really good stuff. Yeah. Now do you follow the blood type diet? I don't so much anymore. I was reading the books. Mostly someone handed it to me and said, you know, you need to know about this page, right? I do believe that it works for some people. Yeah. Yeah. I did it many years ago. I'm an old blood type. So it made a lot of sense to me cuz I was vegetarian for thirty years and I just after a while it just wasn't working for me, especially as I got into menopause and yeah, okay. And then what about what about targeting cancer cells? How do you how do you deal with that in boosting the immune system? Okay. So I saw it sort of depends on where a person is in their Journey, but for for someone who is considered cancer-free just looking looking forward to home. Staying well and no recurrences. I I strongly recommend people be taking something to work with the hormone levels. Sometimes it's a damn sometimes it's the calcium gluconate depending on you know, there's particular situation. I do like Dem a lot but but for boosting the immune system, I haven't found anything that works better than those medicinal mushrooms the mushroom last. Oh my goodness turkey tail and China and Russia and maitake. They're incredible. Absolutely incredible. I followed Paul stamets four years the the mushroom guy, you know the most mushroom Guru, he knows about mushrooms and gosh the things that are coming out from the research studies just fabulous. I don't think he owns his own mother healed herself with a combination of herceptin and turkey tail mushrooms. So just got off. So human is another thing that I wouldn't be without curcumin is amazing. So many things not just for not just for cancer, but for me, you know reducing inflammation in the body and targeting cancer cells and yeah, really incredible stuff. Let's see. What else do I like em. I do recommend co Q ten for people who are going through radiation and chemotherapy. I think that's a really important one for them to have absolutely. Good, and I've got a whole long list of things. But from Main ones are the you know, dealing with the hormone aspect and you know off the medicinal mushrooms, I think are really super I've heard a lot. I've been I mean dealing a lot with people who are getting mistletoe therapy to 4 a.m. Address of cancers. Is there someplace on the US where people can get mistletoe therapy pretty easily. If you can get a doctor's prescription you can get there's a couple of pharmacies. I know I did it during my second healing journey and it's really simple. It's just the you know Sub-Q injection off and when there is some. Some clinics that I believe offer it i v as well, so yeah, it was great. So Marnie if there were parting words of birth Is dumb for women who are on the healing Journey? What would you what would you tell them? I I I really think that if they can align themselves, you know with their inner wisdom their inner healer and just tap into that. We know our bodies better than anybody else and if you are feeling like a therapy just isn't going to be for you then don't do it. Choose the ones that make sense to you do your research? Dive

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"marnie" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"marnie" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"Unturned really long and it's you know, it's about transformation and change right? Because if you keep the same lifestyle that you had precancer, you know, nothing's going to change and and I've see that so much of time, you know, women are doing everything right as far as the supplements but they're you know, they're just not progressing until they deal with the emotional aspect. And then also there's a shuttle aspect which is a huge factor that a lot of people think it's not that important. But you know, we definitely need to look at you know, what's in your mauth oral microbiome on the toxicity of the amount goes the root canals and all of those things. Yeah, I once not too long ago had a conversation with the lady who was a thermal imaging person dead. But I forget now what her exact title was but she worked with thermal imaging and she had some really interesting photos of women who had root canals and you could see how the root canals were affecting those meridians and went right through the breasts. Yeah, seeing is believing Now using fascinating fascinating. I saw that a lot as well. Now, let's talk a little bit about some of the things that you recommend for the women that you coach as far as long. I mean, we you know, as far as nutrition and then as far as the specific supplements or herbs or Chinese medicine, you know things that will really took a good cancer cells. So let's first of all let's talk about nutrition. What are the basic things that you recommend? I recommend the people do daily juicing or smoothies one or the other whichever they prefer or switch off because there's so many things that you can get from that way. It's better than taking a multi-vitamin because you're getting the nutrition at the very basic level and right into the body cells in our bodies love that. Yeah, and there are so many things that you can do like even just even just juicing a stalk of broccoli the things that you'll get out of that. Hi slow. Yeah powerful. So yeah, carrots and beets and all of the greens spinach all those things makes such a huge difference and they taste good too. I mean, it's super simple just takes minutes and you provided yourself with an amazing amount of nutrition organic eggs go ahead and has to be organic. That's that's a whole other subject, isn't it? But yeah, and so and beyond that I just I don't say to people, you know, you need to go off me you need Volkswagen. I'm not I'm not that strict. I just believe that make it as clean as possible, which what you enjoy eat from the rainbow. I hear people say that all the time but it's so true the brighter color than it is the better it is for you. So yeah loads of loads of vegetables loads of fruit. And if you're going to eat meat make sure it's as clean as it can be in organic or free-range just really good stuff. Yeah. Now do you follow the blood type diet? I don't so much anymore. I was reading the books. Mostly someone handed it to me and said, you know, you need to know about this page, right? I do believe that it works for some people. Yeah. Yeah. I did it many years ago. I'm an old blood type. So it made a lot of sense to me cuz I was vegetarian for thirty years and I just after a while it just wasn't working for me, especially as I got into menopause and yeah, okay. And then what about what about targeting cancer cells? How do you how do you deal with that in boosting the immune system? Okay. So I saw it sort of depends on where a person is in their Journey, but for for someone who is considered cancer-free just looking looking forward to home. Staying well and no recurrences. I I strongly recommend people be taking something to work with the hormone levels. Sometimes it's a damn sometimes it's the calcium gluconate depending on you know, there's particular situation. I do like Dem a lot but but for boosting the immune system, I haven't found anything that works better than those medicinal mushrooms the mushroom last. Oh my goodness turkey tail and China and Russia and maitake. They're incredible. Absolutely incredible. I followed Paul stamets four years the the mushroom guy, you know the most mushroom Guru, he knows about mushrooms and gosh the things that are coming out from the research studies just fabulous. I don't think he owns his own mother healed herself with a combination of herceptin and turkey tail mushrooms. So just got off. So human is another thing that I wouldn't be without curcumin is amazing. So many things not just for not just for cancer, but for me, you know reducing inflammation in the body and targeting cancer cells and yeah, really incredible stuff. Let's see. What else do I like em. I do recommend co Q ten for people who are going through radiation and chemotherapy. I think that's a really important one for them to have absolutely. Good, and I've got a whole long list of things. But from Main ones are the you know, dealing with the hormone aspect and you know off the medicinal mushrooms, I think are really super I've heard a lot. I've been I mean dealing a lot with people who are getting mistletoe therapy to 4 a.m. Address of cancers. Is there someplace on the US where people can get mistletoe therapy pretty easily. If you can get a doctor's prescription you can get there's a couple of pharmacies. I know I did it during my second healing journey and it's really simple. It's just the you know Sub-Q injection off and when there is some. Some clinics that I believe offer it i v as well, so yeah, it was great. So Marnie if there were parting words of birth Is dumb for women who are on the healing Journey? What would you what would you tell them? I I I really think that if they can align themselves, you know with their inner wisdom their inner healer and just tap into that. We know our bodies better than anybody else and if you are feeling like a therapy just isn't going to be for you then don't do it. Choose the ones that make sense to you do your research?.

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You've been diagnosed, Now What? with Marnie Clark - burst 5

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

10:00 min | 1 year ago

You've been diagnosed, Now What? with Marnie Clark - burst 5

"So do you find women that come to you, you know are so in fear initially that long, you know, you kind of have to talk about the ledge and and and remind them and this is one of our big messages as you don't have to fear cancer, you know cancer is just the symptom. It's not the cause exactly. Yes. Yeah, I deal with that Fear Factor pretty frequently. How do you how do you how do you talk them off the ledge when they first thing I do is to tell them this is some viable. It's absolutely survivable. This is not a death sentence. Yeah, and and less spoiled that fear down, you know into something wrong. More approachable and just get them to realize that okay, we're all here for a finite period of time. We're not it's not like no one's going to die. We all will be an eventual thing. But the important thing is to realize that you while you're here. You need to be living your life as fully and completely as you can and enjoying it and you know, gosh that's so important, isn't it? Absolutely now you you know, you mentioned initially before your diagnosis that there was a lot of stress in your life. And you know, one of our Essentials is essential number for and healing the emotional wounds and making sure that you know, you're managing your stress because Well tell us what what does stress due to the body and your immune system? Oh, yeah, it undermines the immune system to a huge degree. I mean either one of those epigenetic factors, isn't it? Really? I mean, it's it's huge and it's so important to deal with it because I mean, like I said earlier, I I I work with people all the time who are doing just absolutely perfect with their diet. They're supplements everything exercise doing all the right things but during this toxic relationship or during this horrible job that they hate. Well, I'll deal with that later. No dear really we need to deal with it now because this is important factor in cancers a wake-up call, isn't it? I mean It's it's the biggest wake-up call you'll ever get and to deal with every aspect. You can't leave any stone unturned really long and it's you know, it's about transformation and change right? Because if you keep the same lifestyle that you had precancer, you know, nothing's going to change and and I've see that so much of time, you know, women are doing everything right as far as the supplements but they're you know, they're just not progressing until they deal with the emotional aspect. And then also there's a shuttle aspect which is a huge factor that a lot of people think it's not that important. But you know, we definitely need to look at you know, what's in your mauth oral microbiome on the toxicity of the amount goes the root canals and all of those things. Yeah, I once not too long ago had a conversation with the lady who was a thermal imaging person dead. But I forget now what her exact title was but she worked with thermal imaging and she had some really interesting photos of women who had root canals and you could see how the root canals were affecting those meridians and went right through the breasts. Yeah, seeing is believing Now using fascinating fascinating. I saw that a lot as well. Now, let's talk a little bit about some of the things that you recommend for the women that you coach as far as long. I mean, we you know, as far as nutrition and then as far as the specific supplements or herbs or Chinese medicine, you know things that will really took a good cancer cells. So let's first of all let's talk about nutrition. What are the basic things that you recommend? I recommend the people do daily juicing or smoothies one or the other whichever they prefer or switch off because there's so many things that you can get from that way. It's better than taking a multi-vitamin because you're getting the nutrition at the very basic level and right into the body cells in our bodies love that. Yeah, and there are so many things that you can do like even just even just juicing a stalk of broccoli the things that you'll get out of that. Hi slow. Yeah powerful. So yeah, carrots and beets and all of the greens spinach all those things makes such a huge difference and they taste good too. I mean, it's super simple just takes minutes and you provided yourself with an amazing amount of nutrition organic eggs go ahead and has to be organic. That's that's a whole other subject, isn't it? But yeah, and so and beyond that I just I don't say to people, you know, you need to go off me you need Volkswagen. I'm not I'm not that strict. I just believe that make it as clean as possible, which what you enjoy eat from the rainbow. I hear people say that all the time but it's so true the brighter color than it is the better it is for you. So yeah loads of loads of vegetables loads of fruit. And if you're going to eat meat make sure it's as clean as it can be in organic or free-range just really good stuff. Yeah. Now do you follow the blood type diet? I don't so much anymore. I was reading the books. Mostly someone handed it to me and said, you know, you need to know about this page, right? I do believe that it works for some people. Yeah. Yeah. I did it many years ago. I'm an old blood type. So it made a lot of sense to me cuz I was vegetarian for thirty years and I just after a while it just wasn't working for me, especially as I got into menopause and yeah, okay. And then what about what about targeting cancer cells? How do you how do you deal with that in boosting the immune system? Okay. So I saw it sort of depends on where a person is in their Journey, but for for someone who is considered cancer-free just looking looking forward to home. Staying well and no recurrences. I I strongly recommend people be taking something to work with the hormone levels. Sometimes it's a damn sometimes it's the calcium gluconate depending on you know, there's particular situation. I do like Dem a lot but but for boosting the immune system, I haven't found anything that works better than those medicinal mushrooms the mushroom last. Oh my goodness turkey tail and China and Russia and maitake. They're incredible. Absolutely incredible. I followed Paul stamets four years the the mushroom guy, you know the most mushroom Guru, he knows about mushrooms and gosh the things that are coming out from the research studies just fabulous. I don't think he owns his own mother healed herself with a combination of herceptin and turkey tail mushrooms. So just got off. So human is another thing that I wouldn't be without curcumin is amazing. So many things not just for not just for cancer, but for me, you know reducing inflammation in the body and targeting cancer cells and yeah, really incredible stuff. Let's see. What else do I like em. I do recommend co Q ten for people who are going through radiation and chemotherapy. I think that's a really important one for them to have absolutely. Good, and I've got a whole long list of things. But from Main ones are the you know, dealing with the hormone aspect and you know off the medicinal mushrooms, I think are really super I've heard a lot. I've been I mean dealing a lot with people who are getting mistletoe therapy to 4 a.m. Address of cancers. Is there someplace on the US where people can get mistletoe therapy pretty easily. If you can get a doctor's prescription you can get there's a couple of pharmacies. I know I did it during my second healing journey and it's really simple. It's just the you know Sub-Q injection off and when there is some. Some clinics that I believe offer it i v as well, so yeah, it was great. So Marnie if there were parting words of birth Is dumb for women who are on the healing Journey? What would you what would you tell them? I I I really think that if they can align themselves, you know with their inner wisdom their inner healer and just tap into that. We know our bodies better than anybody else and if you are feeling like a therapy just isn't going to be for you then don't do it. Choose the ones that make sense to you do your research? Dive

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You Don't Have to Fear Cancer

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

01:15 min | 1 year ago

You Don't Have to Fear Cancer

"Find women that come to you, you know are so in fear initially that long, you know, you kind of have to talk about the ledge and and and remind them and this is one of our big messages as you don't have to fear cancer, you know cancer is just the symptom. It's not the cause exactly. Yes. Yeah, I deal with that Fear Factor pretty frequently. How do you how do you how do you talk them off the ledge when they first thing I do is to tell them this is some viable. It's absolutely survivable. This is not a death sentence. Yeah, and and less spoiled that fear down, you know into something wrong. More approachable and just get them to realize that okay, we're all here for a finite period of time. We're not it's not like no one's going to die. We all will be an eventual thing. But the important thing is to realize that you while you're here. You need to be living your life as fully and completely as you can and enjoying it and you know, gosh that's so important, isn't it?

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"marnie" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"marnie" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"I guess I discovered Marnie on social media and she is one of us. She's been through the Journey. She's healed breast cancer. She's a breast cancer survivor and Thrive her for sixteen years now, and she took that pain and that journey and turned into a passion. She's also a breast cancer coach. She's a firm believer in natural therapies. She has twenty-five years of studies in natural medicine, so she comes very equipped and very experienced to be able to share her healing story. So thank you Marty. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for inviting me. I'm truly honored to be here with you. That's great. And my name is all the way from Australia. So she's 9:00 at night and I'm 9:00 in the morning. So that's amazing with technology can do. All right. So let's start with the the story, you know, you discovered you had breast cancer and let's hear what you did and and what you discovered along that path. Okay. Well, my story actually goes look back a little bit farther than that because I had a grandmother who died from breast cancer and I was only four or five years old that was a real tragedy for me cuz I didn't obviously get the benefit of her wisdom and and the beautiful person that she was but then also my own mother in nineteen, ninety three, ninety two or three if she was diagnosed with breast cancer. And so, you know, it looked like there was a pattern developing there. So they made sure that I had mammograms from the age of forty and right straight through. Yeah, ma'am and every year wage, you know the drill that into your head, right? So I did my best to help my mother because I was studying naturopathic medicine at the time when when she was diagnosed a second time this time. It was in Her Bones though much more serious stage for an awful back. Then they didn't have that was just wasn't a lot of information available on natural therapies for for grant for breast cancer back then especially stage for so long. I sold them that we sold up everything in Australia moved back to Colorado where she was and I started juicing for her and really did everything we could for probably bought her a few more quite a few more months of life. But in the end, you know, she she died in my arms, you know, and and there's nothing like that. There's nothing like that that Devastation that you feel and so at that point in time. I had sort of resolved myself. I'm going to have to learn as much as I can about this because we gotta stop this from happening, you know, six years later. I'm battling with myself. I was diagnosed with two thousand and four dead. And couldn't believe it. I thought I would be done thought it was doing everything right, you know, it's unnatural therapist. I was doing everything I saw it the right way, but what I didn't realize as I wasn't attending to my mental health, I was super stressed about a few things that were happening and not looking. Toward that all so I realized that that was going to be a big part of my healing Journey was dealing with the stress because I joined a cancer support group and probably ninety percent women in there said that in the lead up to their breast cancer diagnosis. They were also under a lot of stress. So I realize that's a huge factor. And yeah, so somebody put me onto a meditation teacher who's a Buddhist monk and I learned meditation. And I I wanted to do it all naturally. I did choose to have surgery that made sense to me to get the lump out of there what how big was the month and it was about the size of the mall of okay. And what time was it on the left side? And so the surgery required taking the nipple and you know a huge chunk of my life. So I ended up having a reconstruction as well. And and then I went home to heal, you know, I met with any oncologist and he said you're going to need chemotherapy and radiation and probably five years of tamoxifen. I looked at him and I thought to myself so like dirty words to me. I just shuddered at the thought, you know, I went home and healed up. I did just saying I was doing Chinese herbs and acupuncture. I saw a chiropractor and I was doing massage therapy and all sorts of really wonderful things for myself really cleaned up the diet and really well. Getting on top of the mental emotional stress side of things. So but even then all of my natural therapists were saying, I mean you aren't you really ought to consider doing the chemotherapy? We will help support you with natural therapies while you go through that. And even then I thought I don't know. I really need to do this. You know, I was feeling really pretty good after all of the things doing. Did in the end capitulate and do the chemotherapy but there were two things two factors that I was kind of deciding for me. One of them was I was reading Peter David Burke the eat right for your blood type blood type and they were saying taipei's had a more difficult time overcoming cancer and I'm Type A. So I've fought for some reason that really spoke to me. I don't know why but it really kind of scared me a little bit about that I guess and also I had a particularly intense meditation session where I was my my mother came to me and this and this vision and and she said she looked right at me said Marnie do the chemotherapy know she Wasn't a big believer in chemotherapy of all she had one session herself and said this is not quality of life. I'm not doing this again. So for her to say that to me in this Vision, I mean, he's just as clear as a bell and I thought okay. Well, I may be a better considerate. So I did I went through six months of chemotherapy and I was there for you song continued all of my natural therapies, and I'm straight through it. I I won't say there weren't days when I was just so tired. I couldn't hardly stand it. Right but every once threw up I was not lost or stolen all I had a ravenous appetite all my friends and families. Are you really doing? I'm the only the only reason they could tell it cuz I lost my hair the phone but otherwise it was really really well and I was doing lots of juicing and you know just really looking after myself and like I said, I I breezed right through that. So then I go back to the doctor says okay time for radiation next song. Like no I've done with your toxic therapies. I can't do anymore just done and they did their best. I even had one patient nurse was quite adamant about the fact that I needed to get my body in there and get you know, get this taken care of. And I said, yes, I remember walking out my backyard the skipping around saying I'm not going back. You can't make it. There you go. There.

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Jordan Younger Albrecht On Eating Vegan Again

The Ultimate Health Podcast

06:53 min | 1 year ago

Jordan Younger Albrecht On Eating Vegan Again

"Coming up on the ultimate health podcast. I. Believe that we those of us who got sick with chronic illness is because we are being called to wake up deeper being called to wake up to who we are in our heart, our soul, our spirit, and maybe somewhere along the way we got out of alignment with what we came here to do not. Okay. That's part of the human journey. So finding the modality that helps us, he'll and helps us reel line with who we are i. that's what it's all about. Hello and welcome see autumn it all podcast episode three, hundred, Sixty, eight, I'm Jesse Chapas and I'm here to take your health the next level each week, bring you inspiring and informative conversations about health and wellness covering topics of nutrition lifestyle fitness mindset in so much more. In this week, Jordan younger all practice back on the show. She's the blogger behind the top red spirituality and wellness plugged the balanced blonde. She covers all things wellness high vibration living the plant based lifestyle healing from chronic illness tapping into your creativity in psychic nature and so much more beyond the blog. She is the Creator and host of the top podcast. So on fire where she goes deep on a range of topics from nutrition to aliens entrepreneurship to medium ship, and it's been about three years since Jordan? Has Been on the show and a ton has happened in her life. Last time she was on the show we were discussing her book breaking Vegan. So she went from Vegan to no longer Vegan, and since she was on the show, she has now Vegan again and we get into that she's had a wedding she was diagnosed with lyme disease and so much more. We had time to catch up on and just really appreciate Jordan's Rawness surrealness and the depth she goes into sharing her story on today show. Some of the highlights, include her soul searching trip to Bali where she hit rock bottom the overwhelming truth about lyme disease in co-infections microdosing suicide been for chronic pain how psychedelics have helped. Jordan the most healing journey and how water fasting cleanses the body. I really enjoyed this conversation and I know you will too and I'd appreciate if you could help spread the word share this with somebody in your life, a friend, a family member there is so much great information and inspiration here spread the good word. Thank you so much here I go with Jordan Younger Albrecht. Jordan welcome back to the podcast how you doing had. Jesse. Thank you so much for having me back. I'm doing really well, I'm excited to talk to you today I'm excited to chat with you too. It's I went and looked back at our previous episode. We did with Marnie there and it's been years. So a long time and a lot has happened in both our world. So back when we did that last episode, you weren't married now you're married, you've had a new diagnosis lyme disease and you're back on the Vegan Diet. So lots we can get into. Yeah. Life has changed a lot. I remember recording that with you. Guys in my old apartment where I lived alone with my cat and life has certainly changed quite a bit since then we'll at that time we did that recording it seem like your health was in a pretty good place for a timeline point here let's let's talk about where your health was at at that time. Yeah. So I may have thought my health was maybe in a good place, but it was around that time. I'm trying to think around three years ago. Exactly is when my health started to decline and really take Depp I think when we talked may have been maybe the very end of me feeling pretty good and. Then I started to experience different symptoms like full body hives I had a uterine cyber ahead which I ended up having surgically removed. I started to be very chronically fatigued, but I do believe when we last spoke I was still holding onto the final shreds of feeling good or saw it and then yeah things kind of exploded from there. So toward the end of twenty, what would this have been twenty would have been twenty seventeen that we chatted. Yeah. Toward the middle to the end of twenty seventeen is when these health issues started popping up and I was very confused about all ams and what was going on and. At the time it didn't even cross my mind that all of these health issues could be intertwined and could have the same root cause thought my entire body was just breaking down bit by bit and piece by piece, and ultimately what I finally did realize the following year that this was all the same root cause similar root cause and I was diagnosed with lyme disease then I realized okay. The hives, the fatigue, the brain fog lack of energy. The fiber that I had hormone imbalances got issues. All of this could be drawn back to lyme disease switch ended up being a chronic lyme disease diagnosis meaning that I had had my. For, at least a year. But when I look back on my life, it seems that I actually had lyme for more like both likely a decade dot was a pretty wild time in my life and I'm sure we'll get into all the details, but I've been treated for the last two and a half years and it's been quite a journey. So after we talked and the symptoms started to creep up on you what was. The first step you did before getting diagnosed, did you were you already seeing a doctor at that time that you brought these issues up to or did you find a new doctor? What did the path look like to getting that diagnosis? So I was seeing a few different doctors at that time I've always geared toward a more holistic approach. So I was seeing a functional medicine doctor which really combines Western and eastern medicine practices. I went to my functional medicine doctor and he really didn't know what was going on. He saw the hives that I had all over my body which were so itchy. So terrible. So read they lasted for ten months and during that time I couldn't even sleep at night because I was so itchy I was in so much pain. It covered every single inch of my body except for my face. And my feet actually it was on my face to just not as bad as the rest of my body

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"marnie" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"marnie" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In the mid to upper eighties Sunday. Partly cloudy chance with storm 83 Monday Partly cloudy 81 Walking shot 65 Milwaukee 78 W T. M. J. Washington County. Humane Society is an independent agency dedicated to the health and welfare of animals, and they're going through a major extreme makeover. I guess you could call it Joining us on the first Miss West Bank hotline is the executive director of the Washington County Humane Society. Marnie Brown, Marnie, It must be so exciting to see these changes because animal shelters 30 years ago were much different than the bright light warm places that that they are now. They sure were. It was ah. They were sort of gloom and doom places actually, and I started 31 years ago. And so much has changed over those 30 years and I've been so fortunate to be a part of it. It is delightful to see again. There now they're more like visitor centers. I think when I when I think of newer, humane societies, is that kind of what? You're what you're going towards. That absolutely were so much more community centre than we used to be. So are welcome area is just going to be beautiful and so welcoming to everyone who walks in our doors and I would imagine to money more is being asked of you and people expect more services. So you have to be able to accommodate that from people that are maybe looking for a pet. Absolutely we, You know, we service a resource for everyone out there. They might have behavior problems with their dog or litter box problems with their cats, and we try to work through that with them, And we hope to be doing more of that once we're in the new building. Ernie Brown is the executive director of the Washington County Humane Society, Independent Agency there in Washington County and gosh 31 years, Marnie. Good for you. I never expected to say this, isn't it Remarkable too, though? How I can remember again 20 years ago, when you would tell people that you had you adopted a shelter dog. And you were almost looked down upon having a month. Now. It seems like everybody. Everybody adopt shelter dogs. Everybody wants T rescue an animal if you know you want a family member, But you also want to be doing something good. So coming to a shelter is an excellent way to get a new person in your family person. A new dog, a new friend, a new friend. Marty, Honey, have you turned the phone over to K. Am Lin? She's the director of development for the Washington Humane Society. Okay, You have this big capital program going on right now. Is that correct? What was that? I'm asking you about your your capital program out Days. Four is coming up, right? Yes. So this is how we have $7 million capital campaign. And we are about to cross the finish line We need to raise about $450,000. That's going to fund phase four, which is the final phase of our project. And that is to re redo our adoption wards. And how can people help out if they would like Tio help you cross that threshold? I'd love it if they wanted to make a naming gift. We have naming get starting at $750 going up, too. A little bit higher price take. They can call here and asked for to tour the building. They can go online and learn more. They confirmed a check and it could be any amount. Right K it all it all adds up. So many of our donors are $25 donors and we rely on them. And you You have an interesting back story to with how you got involved with the Washington County Humane Society. Yeah, this is definitely a coming home for me to have this position here. My mom was one of the founding members of the organization back in the late sixties. So this has been a part of my life ever since I was a little child. Oh, she wouldn't She must be smiling wherever she is. Yes, absolutely. Well, we hope that we can get help get you to that 2 450,000 bucks and get face for completed The Washington County Humane Society, Km Land and Marnie Brown joining us this morning on the fund log. Thank you so much, ladies. And by the way, you can text the word tub. T u B text the word. Hub to our AC unit, mortgage talk and text line at 85561616 20. I really believe firmly. We all need funny videos of bears in tubs to you Be TB. That's easy. 8 26. Ft is that it's a buck's playoff game day here,.

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Sayer Ji - Unlocking Your Body's Radical Resilience

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

Sayer Ji - Unlocking Your Body's Radical Resilience

"Jesse Chap. AC- with Marnie Wasserman and we are here to take your health to the next level each week. We'll bring you inspiring. In formative conversations about health and wellness, covering topics of nutrition, lifestyle, fitness, mindset, and so much more and this week. We're speaking with CEO G. He's the founder of green. Info the world's largest open access natural health database. He's the author of the recently released regenerate unlocking your body's radical resilience through the new biology, and Sarah Somebody. We've had on a raider for a long time, and wanted to have honest guest, and I'm really. Really happy with this conversation and how it turned out and I know you're going to get a lot from it. Some of the highlights include Sayers. Health struggles and becoming a natural health advocate Mike Ernie's in foods, and how they impact our genes, the Apple Mono Diet, Y raw foods are important to eat at every meal and falling in love with his wife Kelly, and how this was his medicine. Lots of other great information shared in this episode as well. We really appreciate it. If you could help, spread the word shared the show with somebody in your life, and without further ado here we go with Sayer G. Hello Sayer welcome to the PODCAST. Yeah really say to have you on the show. This has been a long time coming. And I really loved your new book regenerate, and in there you share your story, which wasn't familiar beforehand, and and it goes all the way back to childhood, and the sickness that you went through as a kid and a teenager, and you share a whole bunch in there that you went through such as money having your tonsils removed, and you ended up having hip surgery later on, and it goes on and on overweight unfit. You ended up I think it was about at age seventeen. You had surgery on your sinuses, so you went through quite a bit. And my question for you is what was the catalyst behind all that well yeah I think for me. Getting into natural advocacy was allies were destined sesame given. Experience by. Acute episodes the Bronco Asthma you know. They checked me up enough in US multi fight lungs working. So from very early on I just. I struggled allies, and then came later in my life to ernest on nutrition, exercise and mind body practices so ultimately. That was guest that I felt so much because than it needed a passions. WanNa share you know the alternatives. Natural Approaches that I know can in some cases provide so much humor well. Let's talk about that. Turning point and I know this took place in your first year in college so. I become exposed to alternative health ideas. Well, you know my sister was someone who is naturally inclined to health food stores for example, I was way more conventional member over time I started to. Like the of that way than starts looking to literature that you'd find in these helped stores and taking on raw shrewd in the mucus diets, as it was known by Arnold era and a member thinking well. I've never not eaten. Save Council products. What would happen if I ate raw? And within three days of just going ahead and eliminating house, my asthma went away and never came back. It wasn't so raw. Fruit is, but the BUFFY Diet says exclude common engaged delicious. Western foods such as cow smoke novas like my. Moment, and when you hit that piff any moment, obviously, you've been going through a lot for so long. What was your initial reaction? Were you angry that you've been through so much? And you're just finding this information now or obviously? You're excited about digging in deeper in seeing what could come a vet, but talk about those initial reactions when you start to feel better over the course of a few days. That's such a great question because I think it's true that while I was elated excited, because for the first time in my life I didn't have to carry an inhaler around and think that you know. My body was fundamentally cursed. You know cloak in I was shocked to fine that you know something as simple as excluding cosmic for my genetics type would have prevented me from the Medical Mary around downward cycle. You know that I went to some level. There was a part of me that became. Hannah triggered to like oh my. What is my parents? Know this you know. You. Pour me. A. Journey retakes. One of these starts reclaim. Our health is you do? Realize there is a bit of. archetype underneath some of the symptoms. You know would've been more convenient for me to say. The doctors are right. This pathway humid of causes it, but you manage symptoms by ways. You should thank us for saving your last person. Sandwiches that the way we eat in this country. Is Disease Camale, N detectives and I'm barely one of the things that happened for me to sort of took the red pill that speak event. Lady but I was also like Gosh. We need to change things people now. There are these ways to heal known. About and this big shift in your life in your health happen when you're early in college as I mentioned. What were you taking at the time? The time you know, it was sort of just exploring the why started out actually went to university as an art student, and Mason Gross and I found it a little bit more fizeau. I ended up. Just go to college proper and. Just. Five years trying out pretty much anything that interested me. It ended up getting a degree in philosophy, so it's like a deep expiration time both in an hour.

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"marnie" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"marnie" Discussed on KGO 810

"He's going to shut down all immigration because of the corona virus and whether or not that's a good idea we did get a call from Marnie shouldn't stay on the line but she was dying say we should bring back the bracero program of the nineteen forties and that was basically an agreement between the Mexican farmers to bring labor into the United States and we should bring something like that back kind of the movements of these labor is back and forth between Mexico and the United States Jeff Franklin in the afternoon as always made that argument that the minute that you militarize the border it makes people not want to leave that cyclical of immigration you know migration of workers should be brought back so people feel comfortable working here during some seasons and then going home to their families and going back and forth so would be mutually beneficial but you know when you shut down the borders then people will stay where they can make money and just mail that money back let's go to the phone four one five eighty eighty eight ten Diana is calling KGO from a daily city Diana what do you think about the president's idea of a stopping immigration because the coronavirus well making I think that yes I have anybody coming into the country should be sequestered for two weeks at their expense and she after two weeks the terrifying I think but it's a good to go but usual circumstances I think anybody coming here should have to follow those rules those guidelines I think that's a very very long time by the way absolutely thank you yeah I mean I think that's common sense right I think anybody coming from any state in the in the United States if you had a difference shelter in place order you you know self quarantine for up to you know maybe two to maybe even a month make sure you don't have the corona virus and that you're not spreading it around I think that that is it's a very smart thing to do and I think that we could possibly do that on the immigration scale if people are legal immigrants and then they've gone through the steps why not right they're already doing in Texas for people traveling from California U. S. you have to quarantine for fourteen days before you can get out in society I'm not sure how they're enforcing that right but that is a requirement for any you know within state travel so I think we'll be talking about this obviously throughout the week more details are supposed to be coming out from the president but coming up after the bottom of the hour news I'll be speaking with the science technology and aerospace journalist miles o'brien he has produced this documentary called the corona virus pandemic it's premiering tonight on PBS news hour and it's taking a look at the response here in America to what this pandemic and if any talks a little bit about how science is coming up against politics and we've seen it play out with things like climate change vaccinations and and kind of this fight over facts what's a fact what is really true or do I want to be true and I'm just really interested in asking miles what he saw because he started with that first patient in Washington state and then how it has grown and it'll be interesting to hear no what were the missteps and it's not that the president needs to be crucified for some of his missteps he needs to be held accountable for the things that he did too and all of that and I think that that is what's lacking here is a lack of ownership for the situation and how we got into this situation you know mistakes over dealing with something as new as a virus as a pandemic I think leeway can be given there but not if you don't own the decisions that you make so that you could fix them so that you could moving forward for the next presidential administration that they have a system set up from the lessons that we're learning right now that's so important C. after the bottom of the hour news I'll be joined by miles o'brien and then at nine o'clock I'll be getting your coronavirus questions and concerns answered by Dr George Rutherford.

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Focus Friday - Our Ultimate Birth Story

The Ultimate Health Podcast

09:18 min | 1 year ago

Focus Friday - Our Ultimate Birth Story

"This is definitely a story. We can't wait to share. We know a lot of you've been following her journey all the way along from the first the second third trimester and now we are on the other side of birth. Our baby girl. Sarah is here and we are just so excited to share this story with you. You guys have been here through the whole journey and Roxie GonNa do one more follow episode down line after this one sharing the fourth trimester and our adjustment to becoming new parents. Yeah we are almost three weeks into being new parents. Sorelle is three weeks old tomorrow. Which is crazy to think about when it's been an amazing journey. So yeah as Jesse said. We'll share fourth trimester stuff little bit later. Once we've gone deeper into the first trimester although we've learned so much already but today is all about the birth but I I want to acknowledge all the women out there who have given birth all the Mamas I give you such kudos hands down. You are amazing because now being on the other side of birthing a baby. It is unbelievable. What goes on mentally physically spiritually. There is so much and you can hear bursts over and over again. As I did Justin I listened to many stories from our friends to different podcasts. But there's nothing like going through your own experience and it is magical. It is challenging. It is scary. It is exciting. It is beautiful but I just wanted knowledge all the MOMS there. You are incredible. Yeah and me too. I mean I knew this was going to be super long and challenging or most likely at least and Marnie by the way we're going to get into the details but she did amazing and I just had this new level of appreciation for women out there that have given birth is well and it's just such an endeavor and it's beautiful so now the question is where do we begin. There's so many beginnings we could start at but I think the most realistic wine is. Kinda hitting the Forty Week. Mark kind of coming to full term. You know anytime. After thirty seven weeks we knew we could go into labor. 'cause that's considered full term and that would have been a really healthy time to give birth to the baby and I would have allowed for our home birth. Yes exactly the thirty seven weeks. Mark is kind of that marker. Check off to be at home. So thirty. Seven weeks happened thirty eight weeks. Thirty nine weeks to forty and at that point not that there is an urgency. But suddenly you hit forty weeks. You're like okay. I hope this baby comes in the next two weeks so it's not too late. It's funny how things work out like that and I know Jesse. Have like some thoughts on this. Yeah for sure. It's like you're trying to get to that milestone of forty weeks forty weeks and then when you get there instead of really you know celebrating and you know reaching that milestone being an exciting time in this makes sense in a way you're already thinking ahead and kind of feeling that pressure of are we going to have this baby before the forty two week mark and it was just interesting. How that whole thing with the midwives that conversation opened up and we started talking about what if what if this baby is in Mommy for another week. And what does that mean? And what's that GonNa look like so it was an adventure to get to the forty week mark and then afterwards it was like? When's this baby coming so it was interesting. Yeah we weren't stressed by it but we definitely started to allow natural induction protocols to take place where before it was just kind of like the becomes bay becomes and then I started to ramp things up so not only was already consuming my dates and my red raspberry leaf tea so I think I'd just up that even more. I started getting acupuncture. I went to someone who does acupuncture specifically in pregnant women so she could hit specific points on my feet and on my body. Actually she did my legs. Think my hands. My reflexologist who had been seeing all throughout my entire pregnancy now was doing a protocol to tell the body. It's ready for Labour not to induce Labor specifically just to let the body no. It's time I was walking Justin. I went for walks bouncing on a ball at home. We took advantage of nature's prostaglandins. So use your imagination for what that is and we were using clary sage. On my body eating pineapple we got our hands on a machine for my chiropractor and that was also part of the whole protocols. Wellpoint see the chiropractor regularly to open my hips. So lots of little things were taking place between forty weeks and about almost a week later because things started to progress in that week and I want. I mentioned that my mom came down during that time too so my mom was down. She was going to be here for the entire birth as well as postpartum which he is right now so she had come down during that week so we had you know just some nice quality family time and we got to make sure we got some meals prepared and just mentally. Get ourselves ready for the birth of this baby. So let's get into the details of when things started to actually happen and it's funny that I knew that there was a full moon coming on February ninth and people had said. Oh you're probably going to labor around that time so it was kind of in the back of my head like that'd be cool and interesting but suggesting I went to bed on Saturday. February eighth listen to podcasts. At actually was talking a lot about water and talking about space it was was kill. Rogan was yeah new southern to was an astronaut. Yes somebody that was actually went up in space was on the space station and also spent I think it was two weeks on one adventure underwater and now is the part of the podcast. We ended on so you had water on the brain going to sleep that night so interesting so go to sleep. I'm in a deep sleep. Having a dream than I'm on this sinking ship and water is flashing in and flowing in and I got scared and woke up and I woke up. I noticed that there is some water beneath me and not at times but enough to be like. What is this? Could this be my water's broken? Could this be something else? A guy had an inkling that it was my waters breaking but it wasn't that much that it was still kind of curious so went to the bathroom. Check things out. I knew I didn't peon myself. I knew it wasn't something else. So and it's interesting. My mom was also here so I went downstairs to talk to my mom. Like what do you think so I you know just put that information away for the night I went to bed. Welcome in the morning and kind of re check things and then at that point Jesse and I were like okay you don't. Let's call the midwife. Let's just see what's going on? So he did had an appointment. She had us come in right away because to her. That's pretty significant. Even if it was or wasn't she just wanted to know what was going on so she did a check on me and she confirmed that waters had broken but it was my hind waters. It was a high end water leak as opposed to a full rupture of membranes. So that's why it wasn't that much liquid coming Outta me. It was just enough to be noticeable. So with that information comes okay. Labor has kind of started or something has started. We need to act on this and just actually take you back to two days before that where she got a call from the midwife to get a stretch and sweep because she knew that we were past are due date and there was an opportunity to maybe do a stretch and sweep to progressing along. But Jesse and I didn't feel comfortable with that so we opted out of that and that was yeah. I think the Friday before and again this comes back to what I mentioned before. Where as soon as you get to the forty week mark things like a stretch and sweep the abroad onto the table. So you just getting there and it's like okay. Let's Kinda progressing along so we opted out and then on Sunday when they checked you just continuing on from your your story there. We found out you were. I think it one centimeter dilated right. So we realized at that time that we couldn't have actually gone to stretch and sweep even if we wanted to previously at one centimeter. I don't think we could get one at that time either. Now exactly. Yeah so. That's the interesting things. We found that out so glad. We didn't even waste our time on the Friday before so things were as they were on Sunday and she checked things and given that information that it was a hind water leak and things needed to progress. We had to take that information and figure out what that meant because most people associate going into labor especially with the movies a woman just walking around and all the sudden her waters break and labor progressives really quickly while eight doesn't happen like that not everyone has their waters break I and be. It's very rare to have a hind water leak. Which means Little Tub at this point? It was tough Mozzarella yet. Little baby had kicked or poked or something in my body to cause a little pinhole leak way up in my uterus so it was a very small trickle. That wasn't that noticeable but was notable enough to know that Labour had to start sometime soon because the risk of infection was imminent and this was kind of the fear that we had and our midwife sharing the information that like okay guys you have between forty eight at the most seventy two hours before we have to do something such as an unnatural induction like going to the hospital and using Petrosian. So Jesse had a really tough time absorbing this information

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Entering the 3rd Trimester of Pregnancy

The Ultimate Health Podcast

10:18 min | 2 years ago

Entering the 3rd Trimester of Pregnancy

"Yeah we've got lots to talk about about what's been taking place but I think the place that I want to start is how this trimester started which which is with a baby shower which was literally at twelve. Just after the start of trimester three it was at thirty weeks. We had a beautiful baby. Shower put on in by. My Mom. Jesse's MOM Jesse's aunt and future sister-in-law were all part of this and they are such an amazing team. Just how amazing was the shower. You're all it was perfect and the interesting thing too. Is that this group arranged the decorating for our wedding and for your wedding shower and now the baby aby shower so there's been a real consistency with the look and feel of each of these milestone events in our life. Yeah well a lot of it is. Diy they all Are Very crafty very artistic and they do everything from scratch like all the things that are hanging in the banners and everything's very rustic Artsy Z.. So the decor was amazing and beautiful and so me. The theme was kind of a tea party which was perfect. It was an afternoon tea party and it was a great opportunity to you. See Friends and family celebrate me and the baby and Jesse and obviously it was a great way to get some gifts of things that we need. And because Jesse and I are first first time parents. We don't have any siblings. That have kids. Were the first in the family. So there's not really a lot of ham down coming our way. We decided that we need a lot of stuff and having to be a great way to do that so we were very lucky. We're very grateful for all the beautiful gifts that we got and we are well stocked up. There was a couple of interesting things that we took on with the shower. One being that instead of cards we decided that people would bring a book their favorite kids book doc and right inside it as if it were the card so we actually in the nurse three three or four bookshelves floating ones put up by the crib. And and we've now got those loaded. In more of all these amazing books that have been vetted and curated by our family and friends which is just amazing and Marnie. I've actually been periodically reading these in bed at night to the baby and yeah it's just so much fun. I can't wait taxi. Read it when the baby abuser side to the little one. Yeah just so excited. I have to comment actually help finding some of these books are. They're so cute. I don't think I've ever read like newborn early early early. Baby Bucks to like some pages one word on it or it's like rough or or they're so cute they make me laugh. It's quite about the picture. It's about time times and the story is a little bit short grain. There are a lot of fun over so grateful though we have literally enough books to carry through till five years of this child being and alive. So we've got lots of education and lots of beautiful presence as they said and things that are very functional that we've put into place in our home. Yeah we're very grateful. We got a really good start to this baby's life. Yeah we really WANNA put out there thank you for all the generosity from family and friends and we were embraced with love and warmth and yeah we just got so much incredible stuff so thank you guys and we even got a couple of gifts from some of our listeners. So we just want to thank those of you. Who took the time to send in a gift for tab so kind? Thank you so much something else. I wanted to mention too that we did actually actually in trimester to was a photo shoot Jesse and I wanted to capture the moment of my belly bump and and you know I was going through this phase together and how special it is and because it was fall and trimester to. We figured that was a beautiful opportunity to get some photos done. And it's great. It's great to have them printed. We've been using them on. Social media is just so nice to look back at them between me Jesse the baby and go. Gee We have some beautiful photography so for those of you who are going through pregnancy. I highly recommend booking a photo. Shoot either in your second trimester in the late trimester or in Trimester Mr Three depending on the weather for us. It's winter mostly trimester three so we wanted to have an outside photo shoot. That wouldn't work so well but yeah. This is something that I highly recommend you do as a couple. Yeah we had a lot of fun with it and it's interesting because we did do it early on but that day in particular while we're by the water for once I think think that influenced the temperature but that day was frigid cold and obviously we don't WanNa have like our coats on for every picture tooks gloves but we had. I had a fun time. Go Gee was there like Marty mentioned and we're just so grateful. We took the time to do that. And I think it's really important to capture a lot of images during your pregnancy anyway anyways like whether it's on your instagram or just for your own use you're gonNA WANNA look back on those and see the growth of your belly to see changes in your body and you. You don't WanNa miss out on that. I've spoken to a few people who regret not taking enough pictures during their pregnancy. And something that I've done over on my instagram account. If you do happen to follow me. It's at Marnie Wasserman. Every single week and for me. The weeks change on Wednesday and every Wednesday. We've been posting picture ever since week. Fourteen of the size of the baby in a fruit or vegetable or some food item. And it's mostly been fruits and vegetables and it's been really cool. Jesse's been awesome at being the photographer for these. We've been really creative around our a home and outside to capture these and I just love having it as a little story book and a Memory Bank for me to look back on just to see the progression of the pregnancy. I think it would be really fun because these turned out so well to collect them put them all together a little tiles and frame it and maybe put that in the baby's room just thinking talking of as as we're talking here but yeah it's been really fun to be creative each and every week and try and figure out a different setup and pick from the different fruit and vegetable options. So we've had a a lot of fun with it. So speaking of which this week I think baby is the size of or the length of a leak. I think that's what we're coming up on at thirty eight weeks six. And Yeah just in terms of my body changing over the last trimester. It's been interesting the baby's still growing and I'm definitely my belly is getting bigger. But it hasn't been as much of a difference as the second trimester when she say jazz like Second Trimester. It's like Whoa all of a sudden my belly just came out of nowhere and now it's like slow growing. Yeah I noticed that you notice it. But it's hard to see the difference. Yeah it's not as dramatic for share but I guess every week when we go now to our midwife appointment and they take the measurement tournament we are seeing that growth. But it's like all of a sudden you go from nothing to showing that bomb. It's really yeah dramatic. And then now it's more subtle but we are seeing it through the measurements because the measurements. Actually line up to the week. So yeah the funnel height of the baby matches up typically to the week which which is really cool. So the baby's been moving lots throughout this entire trimester. Lots of wiggling lots of jobs. Lots of pokes we we sit and sometimes watch my belly during the day or at night because this baby is very very active. It's not just one time a day. It's all day long and it's been really cool just to try and figure out the body parts. I've been trying to do a little. Bit of belly mapping which is something you can look into that. There is a way technique to try and figure out where exactly exactly the baby's position although this can change but it is kind of cool just to see where the feeder where the back is where the head is and often. I know where the head is because it's hiccuping and I can feel it down in my lower abdomen and I feel these hiccups and it's just it's really cool. That's always superfund when Jessie Mary feeling the hiccups at and a little bit of a hint tour. We're GONNA get into later. We actually have some definitive imaging to show the position of the baby. And there's a story behind that we're going to get into a little. Oh Bet but yeah. It's been really fun to watch. The movements feel the movements and we've tried to capture the movements because they are so dramatic now at the end of pregnancy we tried to take video and capture. But I don't think it's really translating that. Well 'cause we just want to have that memory to be able to go back and and look at that someday so luckily were slowing down and being present and embracing in the moment if the video doesn't work which it looks like it's not but it's been fun to try and capture especially for my parents who aren't aren't here and they're living in Toronto so they are not really getting to see me and my belly often so be so cool for them to see the movement but as he said it so hard to capture so we can only describe it and hopefully they'll see it soon will since we're talking about the baby's positioning. We'll just get into something that came up during this trimester. That was kind of unexpected which was at around week thirty two we were at amid with a point and they were feeling around and they were like we have no idea what position. This baby's end we just. I can't figure it out I'm like I don't understand. I feel the hiccups down low so to me it seems like the head is down but they were really unsure so they kind of have left it and left me feeling that this baby was in a frank breach which is the position where the bum is down. The legs are up and the head is up. So it's kind of this really awkward position but again Jesse and I were like all right. This is kind of weird. This is right before the holidays and I was a little uncomfortable with that information formation and because it was the holidays there is going to be a time lag between when we saw the midwives again so being proactive. People that Jesse and I are we got on top of it. We started doing research. I I had heard about a website and a resource called spinning babies and I was looking into a trying to figure out that these are the exercise I need to do just in case. His baby needs to flip but I wanted a second opinion so we went to a chiropractor that specializes in the webster technique which is a procedure that helps loosen the MOMS ligaments in her legs to encourage the baby to have room. They're not actually doing any manipulation on the baby. It's just strictly on the mom to help the process so we went and had that done and she also confirmed that the baby was not head down at that time this was at thirty two weeks and she was like okay but we can do

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Family gathers for vigil after brother allegedly killed his teen sister, stuffed body in garbage outside Denver home

Broncos Country Tonight

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Family gathers for vigil after brother allegedly killed his teen sister, stuffed body in garbage outside Denver home

"Twenty five year old Josh in Kelly is currently being investigated for the death of his sister seventeen eurotrip Marnie Kelly mills a witness discovered the body of the team in a duffel bag disposed inside of a trash can police evidence reveals doorbell video footage showing a male who appeared to be Kelly dragging a black bag and putting the bag into the trash can Kelly has been arrested in no other suspects are being sought Kelly is being held

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Judge Rules Marni Yang’s Wrongful Conviction Petition Can Move Forward

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Judge Rules Marni Yang’s Wrongful Conviction Petition Can Move Forward

"A judge has a wrongful conviction petition has merit and can move forward in a high profile murder case of Marnie Yang the state's attorney Lake County says there is a low bar for today's decision and he is not surprised by it it has been almost nine years since Yang was sentenced to life without parole for the murder of Ronnie Reuter in

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"marnie" Discussed on The View

The View

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on The View

"Call him which are his initials pronounced as a word because me a little while to figure that out, actually. But I miss all of the characters, I'm devastated that it's over. I feel like yeah I'm still processing. So there's nothing very spoiler about, we're on girls for a long time. Mean the entire series. Yeah. And I watch every single episode by the way, I was a big fan of the show. Do you say what did you say to fans like had a hard time letting go or saying goodbye or maybe disappointed or loved the end? Well, it's hard, the great thing about TV shows for the most part, we got you just imagine that they all keep living, and we're just not watching anymore. So the thing about girls is that when people see me in Newark, they still say, like Marnie because it's totally possible. The Marnie just on in your subway cover, you know, because she's still doing her thing wherever she is. And so, I like to imagine that, you know, well, this would have been a total. Spoiler if I just listed, whatever it was doing in the final game of thrones. But, you know, I just like to imagine that they're doing their thing. And, you know, I I'm gonna vague and yeah, they're still living. We just don't feel like an Italian. No. Is it too much like I'm making balloon? Sorry. I love to be who said, okay. Italian. You feel like an authority figure I can't. While you're we've gotta talk about your new movie. It was wonderful and freaky, and very scary. Yes. I usually don't like freaky scary. I don't either wigging. Why? Only in, I watching anything in this genre. I love working in it, though. Because the characters are so interesting. And the teams are so interesting, and you can get into subject matter when you're in a psychological thriller world..

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"marnie" Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

The Tedd Huff Show

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"Anything anything. Okay anything. This is about this is about you and your journey and your your experiences. So anything that you want to make sure that other people can here. I would say just a general chip. Being, persistent when things are really difficult, that's one of the most important things that a lot of times people don't realize that when things get very challenging, it's right before you're about to have a breakthrough. So to just really stick it out especially if you really believe in something and it's worse getting people around you, who that to or who support you because. If you quit. Then you'll always be bitter about that or they'll never know what could happen here. Give up to a transition really nicely into I always ask people for three tactics on how people can become better in business and in life. What other two things would you suggest to help people but there'd be in business in life in general to help them move on and be take themselves to that next level. Another important thing is focused. So once you identify what you really want to do to really keep your focus on that and. Do what you need to do if you need to write out your goals or right out your bigger goal, and then the steps to get there And for me, I MAKE A to do list every day to that so that I check off the things these will help me and my business for or these things I need to do for the business And because there are so many distractions, it's easy to get thrown off course and I have a problem for wild where I just get sucked into social media and then I realized. My actual business nothing is getting done. So I had to refocus and make these lists of myself, and also with people that I work doing google docs and things like that. So I think staying focused would be. Another one of my big tips and number three. The last one. What have we saw? A number three would be connecting with people. I think a lot of times we don't realize how important it is to network with people and to be open to connecting with people and learning from other people because even if they do something completely different, usually you can learn something from them and you might be able to teach them something also So I would say valuing your relationships with other people in valuing other people Awesome. Before we let you go what is the best way for people to find out about a run street event if there's going to be one near them, how do they get one near them? You know I me. I I've already hit you at one time I. Want One here in Phoenix. So we've got to figure out how to do that. But what is the best way for people to reach out to you? The best way would be to email Marnie at runs St Dot Com. You can also send me a message on instagram through the run street instagram I checked that a lot so that works and yeah loved to hear from people who want it in their cities and we also have a list of our vets on the run street website. So it's run street dot com slash events. That's probably the most direct way to see what cities to be on next morning I. Appreciate it we we've had a lot of fun getting. The schedule. Thank you for having. Appreciate it. That's it for this episode of the Ted Huff. Show but we know you're wondering where you go from here. Ted HUFF DOT COM makes it easy for you to get notifications for new episodes, specialized contests, exclusive giveaways, and upcoming events. Simply by signing up for our mailing list, you'll get access to all this and more by visiting Ted huff Dot Com. That's T. E. Double d h you double F. Dot Com until next time open your mind and expand your empire right here on the.

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"marnie" Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

The Tedd Huff Show

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"Life through actionable progress in the pursuit of self discovery, self improvement, and self purpose where your story take you. Now let's get it started with the man himself, your host Ted hough. Welcome to episode twenty, two of the. Show. We have Marnie coons a running coach writer marking consultant and bounding CEO of Ron. St Louis Native that in Janury hundred twelve uprooted her life to move to New York City and pursue her dream series of setbacks. She tightened her laces and transformed a blog about her passion for running into the thriving business. We know today as run street. In this episode, you'll learn how she used are and running to keep moving forward toward her during. Hey, Marnie, thanks for being on the show today she described some of her time before moving to New York City in Brooklyn be more of a country music song some of the things that she's had going on recently or definitely a little bit more rock and roll or energetic. However, you WANNA look at it. What was going on with you that made you feel like that that country music had been going on and then we'll we'll go from there. I was born in Saint Louis and I grew up there and I went to College Illinois and then when I returned to Saint Louis Eventually, and when I was there, a lot of things kind of fell apart in my life and my dog died on my grandma died and different things were going on where I felt like it was becoming like country song like a sad you know. Like woeful country song and but on one hand walking part things also came together to move to New York. So then I, moved to New York seven years ago, and since then I started. the event side, my business run street, which I started as a blog in Saint Louis and the new. York I took it to another level. So from there I've just been working on the business and growing it and I've been lucky to be able to travel and meet to her wolf from all over the world move was the decision like to make that move to. New. York City. It was something that I just felt was right when I went to New York for journalism field trip and when I went I I, really just fell in love with the city and I knew I wanted to live in a big city before I wanted to live in Chicago but once I came to New York I was like Oh this is the place for me to felt like home And it just took me a while to get here. So in a roundabout way, I think I had to kind of lose something that I was hanging onto our things that might have been kind of holding me back in ways and then. Opened to just starting over and coming to New York like I always wanted to. So running's been a big part of your life since you were a child noon, I've talked and cross country's really where you started your running. What was it? That got you to start looking at cross country as as a as an activity. Cross country started because I wanted to four and I was in junior high and I was very awkward and shy and I didn't want to try out or make the cut for tryouts for some team. So I thought well, I'll run because they have no tryout, my first cross country me I thought this is terrible it. So long it's not inundating. And then but I had made some good friends on the team and I still felt this great sense of accomplishment when I was done. So got cut me coming back for more than I also did track and also ran in college division three. So it wasn't like Super Competitive, but I've been running sent said. Oh. My goodness. No breaks nothing in there or you Where you thought you were going to hang up your shoes or anything not really. I. Mean. I had some injuries that Kinda forced me to take a break but I did take breaks from competing and race a lot budding always still run just for just. For the fun of it I guess more of a fun group run type stuff with with with other folks, right Yeah no no No trying to qualify for the Boston marathon or anything these days. No not really. Yeah I ran the New York marathon and. I think that was enough for me for awhile marathon. Experience but I was injured for a long time after that, and then since then I've done it more on a fitness level and for art runs for fun before moving to new. York City you mentioned going through a bunch of different difficult times but once getting to New York City I can't imagine that everything went perfectly wonderful sunshine rainbows unicorns everything just aligned perfectly. There had to be a couple points where you just felt like you were at that breaking point and you're like. Maybe, I just need to move back to Saint Louis. I definitely had times where I questioned My sanity because things were very difficult in New York and I think moving to new. York without a job was not the smartest clan. I bounced around with different living situations and different roommates And different jobs and I did a lot of things like part time and walking dogs and three lance writing and I think. At one point I went through a break up and I had someone my ex we had been living together, and then from there, I had also lost my job in New York as a journalist. And I didn't really have a much fall back on and I thought I might have to move back to Saint Louis and it was very bad breakup on top of things and he was like stalking me and so very crazy and dog I went home for a while to my parents house went for about a month and in that time I was starting to wonder I would. If I should even come back because I had moved so many times in New York and I done so many jobs in this person I felt like this person that kind of keeping a little foothold ahead and knocked me out of it in a way But I did find a place and I came back to New York and I moved again soft move about seventeen times I think the New York. In seventy seven. You've broken my record. Yeah I think I probably broken a lot of people's record even my own my whole life and tell them and I never moved that many times that was a lot that was the only time I thought I might have to stay in Saint. Louis. But other than that, I always thought if it doesn't work out, I'll try somewhere else moving seventeen times. What have you learned from each one of those moves? That's a good question. I would say I learned a lot about people because I had different roommates and I lived in different neighborhood. I learned a lot about New York because I lived in. So many lived in different parts of Manhattan and then different parts of Brooklyn So I, kind of learned. I guess the different communities and different neighborhoods I learned about them and and just about local things or things to do at learned the trains pretty well because I lived off so many different train lines So I guess geographically I learned a lot and then also learned about different people and different issues. People had sometimes things I never would've. Got About. that some people were dealing with different mental health issues or. Just. Different compatibility with roommates as you've mentioned before run street started out as a blog in saint. Louis, you brought it with you to New York City. How did it transform into what it is today I mean what kind of give us an understanding of of that kind of transformation that it went through now i? Think you have one coming up what in Seattle.

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"marnie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Financial planner, Marnie Schneider, the retirement professor reading Francia. Welcome to this edition of the word on wealth. Marnie schneider. Glad to be with you. There is a great freeze that I've come to embrace the last several months, it's called financial sanity. And it's really important to define this. I I think financial sanity is attained when there are two really important things that happen at the same time. The first thing is you have to live within your financial means now for a lot of us that makes intuitive common sense. But it is shocking from my side of the table. How often people are not living that way that is they're spending more than the bringing in running a deficit every month and digging the hole deeper and deeper and often times that leads to credit credit card issues and getting overwhelmed with debt. That's the problem. The second thing is when you are. Are living. According to within your means, then you should have a well conceived and tested plan of action, and that plan has to consider the impact of all the possibilities that might impact the successful outcome of your financial planning. And this is very very critical in the reason, I say that is you have to have a really clear understanding I of your financial life situation, and you have to have goals that are in sync with your values. This is another important conversation where when you defined goals financial goals. Life goals. It is really important just to make sure that whatever goes you have in mind, they are going to be consistent with he or what you value your ethics your, faith and other important personal issues. You have to examine all this specific threats that would threaten the success of your plan, and perhaps last paternally not least there has to be a game plan in place a blue. Print a chart if you will now certainly when it comes to finances. There's an awful lot of unknowns. We don't know what the stock market's going to do this year. We don't know at interest rates are going to be. We can't tell you what income tax brackets are gonna look like in five or ten years. Those are unknown. We can only deal with what we know. And what we have. But a blueprint ought to be flexible enough to be able to respond to a variety of changing market conditions. The plan. It self is going to be based on outcomes based goals orientation, where we define where we're trying to get the time that we have to get there, and it's really really important to gain financial clarity here and to have a deep understanding of where your current dollars going. And whether they're being appropriately applied in the direction that leads you towards your goals. So this requires a grasp on your numbers. And I I find is a lot of people just kind of get lost in the shuffle. Because they don't have clearly defined goals. And therefore can't really predict outcomes if you can help with that come see me, we'll put together your financial plan. We'll set your goals will target some dates will make sure that what you're doing. Now in terms of your retirement plans and IRAs and 4._0._1._K's and personal spending is consistent with the outcomes that we're trying to achieve..

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"marnie" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"And joining us now as a man with that product that I'm talking about. He's also very familiar with. What's behind me right now on TV, which is victory? Lated Daytona Joey Logano walk into Marnie McGee, bud. What happened? All right fantastic. Dude. We appreciate your time. Congratulations on that win the other night as well. Now, we'll get to the Daytona five hundred in just a minute. We'll get to you championship in just a minute. It's been an embarrassment of riches for Joey Logano this year, y'all guy wins the NASCAR championship. But he's also a patriots fan grew up in Connecticut goes to the Super Bowl watches Tom Brady do Tom Brady. So I need your Super Bowl experience before we get to reysen. I want to know your Super Bowl experience. And you gotta be getting tired of watching your hometown patriots win Ali Super Bowls. Oh, I don't think arrogant tired of watching that. That's maybe some do. But for it. A refund. Thank you. I actually went to Roger Penske's hall of fame induction. You just got inducted into the NASCAR hall of fame. And we had a party the night before the Super Bowl up in Charlotte. And so we got done with that around ten thirty eleven o'clock in the car and drove down to Atlanta to or so and spent most of the day driver. He does those little have the city who says yeah, man, he jump on ago. So we spent most of the day racing those in a parking lot. 'cause I was a lot of fun. Superbowl. That's pretty much all that way. Because a lot of fun. That's the most race driver Super Bowl experience. I've ever heard in my life, by the way, I understand. I've read some reports that those things are about to be government. Regulated just for the record. No. Well, they're they're pretty tough. I can tell you when we we really we test the has the durability of the scooters and feet of him. And you can ask some great great times with them. But hopefully, they don't banned under pretty cool. But yeah, I I don't know what was more fun to suitors or the Super Bowl both for last. Is the Joey mardi just mentioned your win into Gatorade do on fifty or whatever we're calling now. This was the dill's. I still call the twin one twenty five we'll Thursday night. I was up in the press box here atonal, and this doesn't happen very often. But you made a move at the end of that race that made the people in the press box, the kind of hardened sportswriters all go. Whoa. Tell us about that insane. What fourth to I move that you made on that lasts lep. Hey, you know, we had some time as we were clicking off your point the end, the move you're gonna make and and and for me, I I had three plans it all kinds of pendant on what other other cars were going in as little down. You know implant was the one that that executed and that was pretty much. You know, gets it out that last lap. I knew I needed a full lap. Basically. I thought I did I ended up not needing it. But I thought. Get a full lap to get to the lead. And I was gonna make that move into turn one. Hopefully had a good enough run to get side by side with the fourteen Clint Boyer, and and then racing down the backstretch and hopefully have a good enough push behind me to push during the lead. But the run I had and the way they will decide draft the ten car to pull him back off a off the top lane to really slow their momentum. Really propelled Blaney and I ended up front and say, wow, the little easier than I thought it was. That are that are most things got you know, I it's just there's a fast race car. The plan worked out perfectly, you know. And it was great, obviously. And you know, the the duals I always look at the heat race. You know, let's just call and race the lineup for to five hundred..

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"marnie" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"The Hello, Marnie. Mar what's going to happen at the Super Bowl, or you know, what to say big boy his history tends to repeat itself. So I'm gonna say patriots are going to be the Rams by a field goal. Thirty two thirty three. So you like man that Madison mutilation means nothing the Martin Malaysian means everything so you saying that you feel like history repeats itself. Of course, of course, after like the know Tom Brady's there the coach there that's a Bill chicks there. They've started west. They're going to do it. Again, man. Do do you think that is just like the the experience in the star power over there? Yeah. You know, they they got incredible. You know, look what they did. You know, what they face the chargers state, they defeated the change. You know, they're going against the Rams which is another team. You know, just. Do you have a team in the Super Bowl you at the pants are are you just digitize get knocked out. By the patriots on the charter said. Yeah. You know, I'm trying I was trying to keep it within, you know. I really want the raps win it. But you know, like, I said history repeat itself, I'm sticking with the patriots. Also got a bet on the line with buddy. So the big issue is for the patriots to take it. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's very personal. And where are you watching Super Bowl at the house? Are yet your Buddy's house? If you made the bet week. We're gonna do it on my mom's. Barbecue anybody over? So once the patriots win. Yeah. Hey, man, you want to have the money right there in front of you too. So so you feel you feel like the patriots by one field goal. Thirty three thirty. Yeah. Yeah. That that that's. All righty, man. You probably just heard a lot of people hearts as well. You know, what I'm saying what's going to happen during.

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"marnie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Marnie Schneider, the retirement professor. Greetings, friends. Welcome to this additional word on wealth. Marnie schneider. Glad to be with you. There is a great freeze that I've come to embrace the last several months, it's called financial sanity. And it's really important to define this. I I think financial sanity is attained when there are two really important things that happened at the same time. The first thing is you have to live within your financial means now for a lot of us that makes intuitive common sense. But it is shocking from my side of the table. How often people are not leaving that way that is they're spending more than the bringing in running a deficit every month in digging the hole deeper and deeper and often times that leads to credit and credit card issues and getting overwhelmed with debt, that's problem. The second thing is when you are. Or living. According to within your means, then you should have a well conceived and tested plan of action, and that plan has to consider the impact of all the possibilities that might impact the successful outcome of your financial planning. And this is very very critical in the reason, I say that is you have to have a really clear understanding I of your financial life situation, and you have to have goals that are in sync with your values. This is another important conversation where when you defined goals financial goals. Life goals. It is really important just to make sure that whatever goals you have in mind. They are going to be consistent with he you are what you value your ethics your, faith and other important personal issues. You have to examine all this specific threats that would threaten the success of your plan. And perhaps a last, but certainly not least there has to be a game plan in place blueprint a chart if you will now certainly when it comes to finances, there's an awful lot of unknowns. We don't know what the stock market's going to do this year. We don't know what interest rates are going to be. We can't tell you what income tax brackets are gonna look like in five or ten years. Those are unknowns. We can only deal with what we know. And what we have. But a blueprint ought to be flexible enough to be able to respond to a variety of changing market conditions. The plan self is going to be based on outcomes based goals orientation, where we define where we're trying to get the time that we have to get there, and it's really really important to gain financial clarity here and to have a deep understanding of where your current dollars going. And whether they're being appropriately applied in the direction that lead you towards your goals. So this requires a grasp? On your numbers. And I would I find is a lot of people just kind of get lost in shuffle. Because they don't have clearly defined goals, and therefore can't really predict outcomes if you help with that come see me, we'll put together your financial plan. We'll set your goals will target some dates we'll make sure that what you're doing. Now in terms of your retirement plans and IRAs 4._0._1._K's and personal spending is consistent with the outcomes that we're trying to achieve..

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"marnie" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Morning or two of waiting by the phone with Fred Naji, Marnie. Welcome back. Let's call. Tony. You met on a dating app. Had a great dinner. Lots of chemistry went back to his plays stuff happened, except he hasn't responded to anything from you know, calls no tax even unmatched you on the app. So he's avoiding you completely after this date. I'm baffled and you want to know why. So we'll call him right now. Good luck luck. Hello. Hi. Tony. Hey, Tony friend, Angie from the morning radio show on kiss FM. And I'm sorry to bother you. But I have to tell you that we are on the radio right now. And I need your permission to continue with the calls. Can we keep talking? What's this about? I'll get right to it. If you don't mind were calling about a woman named morning says that she met you on a dating app, and you guys went on a day to remember mardi. Wait. Are you serious right now? She's calling me via radio all she reached. We're of. All right back off. Then you can keep talking. I don't want. You can hang up anytime you want. But I I were we were hoping that we could tell her. She says you're not calling her back. We were hoping we could tell her why. So that she can stop leave you alone. And then she gets them closer. So can you maybe give us some insight as to why you're not why you unmatched her in our calling her. All right. I I was trying to be polite hand by just not talking to her anymore. But apparently just can't think ahead. So she's a weirdo is why we hooked up. She spent the night, I'm a gentleman. I let them stay. And I wake up in the middle of the night. Just I did lots of water as I'm walking back by the bathroom. She's in their doors cracked open, and I didn't mean to look, but I could see that. She was standing up. Whoa. So she's standing over the toilet like as opposed to sitting. She's literally standing. Are you sure she was peeing now? Maybe she was just I don't know. Do I could I could hear the splash going on. But she was just standing there staring straight ahead. Wouldn't that kind of everywhere? I feel like you're saying man, but it's it's weird. She's probably some Loppy mess, and I was. For like the outdoors and whatnot. Was she did she somehow have that with? I mean, I'm very confused. Here's the thing. I didn't look close enough to see if she had it. But if she did that would be even worse by why you walking around carrying. Well, let me I forgot to mention that Marnie is mardi perhaps you can fill us in here. You you stand to pee. I'm sorry. I'm still reeling from the perfect gentleman who left some over. Sleepover. I yeah. That one slide by. But anyway, so what did he see exactly? You know, what I go to a lot of festival and I camp, and it just happens to be cleaner and more efficient the peace standing up. I.

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"marnie" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Marnie is going to be introduced in months long roll out over the first half of this year. And Orkan pest control has revealed their annual bed bug city rankings Baltimore tops the list third year in a row. Most most bedbugs charm sitting on top again coming in second DC. Oh. Probably in the entire country. Work was bad and DC the top two for bedbugs third place, Chicago. Wow. Yeah. Right. Right. Wow. Get it together downtown really mostly sunny. Highs around thirty eight right now right now bone chilling eighteen degrees at five thirty two. Thanks for waking up with Toby and chilly in the morning on this. Another kind of delayed posts day Tuesday morning. Ninety seven point one wash FM off to Hollywood. And a few minutes what you're working on our show, biz buzz, Selena, Gomez comes out of hibernation on social media. That's what's next. It's right to stay with us ninety seven point one wash FM Toby in Chile in the morning. Go ahead. Have this instinct moment never little JT back when he had the curly hair thing going. You..

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"marnie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"marnie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Certified financial planner, Marnie Schneider, the retirement professor. Greetings, friends. Welcome to this edition of the word on wealth. Marnie Schneider here live and local well to a Roth or not to Roth that is the question, and it's come up a number of times already this week. It's a very interesting conversation. You know when people are making contributions to their own personal IRA accounts. You have choice you can go to traditional pre-tax type of IRA that becomes taxable upon distribution when you receive it to theoretically in your retirement years or you can go with an after-tax approach using a Roth IRA where the dollars that you invest you've already paying the tax on. And of course, the advantage. There is that if you meet a couple of simple rules like a five year waiting period in age fifty nine and a half, then you can begin to pull those distributions out tax free in your retirement. So one of the complexities of this decision is that to a large degree. It is a tax bracket driven decision. Where are you today in terms of your marginal tax bracket, and where do you expect you might be in your retirement years? Here's the challenge. Nobody really knows what the tax brackets are going to be in five or seven or ten years because as you know, many times says. New administration's take power in Washington. They often times have a tax initiative which could be like, the Trump administration recently, your redid the tax code, and in which we're going to be implementing here for the first time this coming year, and we're not exactly sure of all the details of that yet. There's a couple of moving parts that were not completely closed in on. However, the general idea is if you think you're gonna be in a lower tax bracket in retirement, it may behoove you to go with the traditional IRA approach. And if you think you might be in the same or even a higher marginal bracket in retirement, you might want to go with the Roth approach for many people the truth lies somewhere in the middle. And people are often times surprised to learn and to understand that it's not one or the other you can fund half into your Roth and you can fund half a year traditional if you're under the age of fifty you're allowed to deposit up to fifty five hundred dollars a year into your IRA's. And if you're fifty years of age and older. That number goes up to sixty five hundred dollar contribution limit per year. It does assume you have at least that much earned income. You do have to be working and have earned income in order to find any kind of an IRA. But if you were to fund fifty five hundred dollars, you could say, well, I wanna put two thousand into a Roth, and I wanna put thirty five hundred into a traditional what you can't do is exceed the contribution limit for the year. Now, if you're married many times, your spouse can do the same. There are some income. Limit set you want to pay attention to with Roth IRA contributions if you do make over a certain amount of money. It may limit your opportunity to find a Roth IRA latte to move in parts. Let's conversation to help people make the right decision if you'd like some assistance on that. I certainly raise my hand in invite you to.

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