5 Burst results for "Mary Albert"

"mary albert" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

06:03 min | 10 hrs ago

"mary albert" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"That we haven't heard from those cockroach Dallas cowboy fans and they are cockroaches because, as I said, along, and I gave him that Name. I don't know, 20 years ago. When they don't win. And they suck. They are like cockroaches. Ah, you know, they bury themselves in the muck and grime. And then when things get better. Oh, here they come, But now they're in the muck and grime because they know that cowboys suck. They suck. All right, Let's go. Ah, to Jim. Jim, you're on w I pay Howard? Yes. How are you, Howard? I'm hanging in there, man. Hang good. You'll be better in a couple of days. Well, not about a couple of days. I'll be better next. Hopefully, next week, something absolutely be smart. That's what I'm concerned about. Are we getting any of our offensive lineman back? For next week. You may have lain Johnson, who was there and barren sand. Mahler's not far away. I don't think I don't think CM all is far away. What was his problem in the I don't even remember There's so many injuries. It's hard to even remember. I thought Jason Peters left the game because he was 15. Now. I think he had a broken toe. Oh, yeah. We've got to get these guys back. Yeah, well, I'm OK with my lot of it left car at left tackle. Right? Yes. The theatres. Right guard? Yeah, Yeah, that's right back. Yep. Time all we could use him to be people. T J they need T J. Edwards, too. You have people forgot about him that line Baggies and before he got hurt, he was really doing a nice job. But there are many injuries back. They're starting to get some players back. Yeah. Hey, I got an announcer. Go ahead. About Marv Albert. Marv Albert is very, very good. You know, I'll put you in the mix because Mary Albert is a legendary guy. I've known more for such a long time. I'll put you in the mix. I don't know if that'll win, but I'll put you in the mix with Marv Albert. I appreciate that. Hold on. And we'll get your information. Let's go, too. Is that Larry? Larry? You're on w. Howard, How are you going to say you're in Washington D c. I am just outside of Washington, D C. Potomac, Maryland, But I grew up in Philly. I listened to you since I was a kid. This is the first chance of this first time. I've had the pleasure of Tuck me in person. One Teo, Despite all of the times when you made steam come out of my ears, listening Teo on the drive time. Powers, but I want you to get better. And I'm thinking about you. Yeah, I appreciate all the well wishers. I mean, it's just It's no joke. You know, I know I'm not 100% and I know that I'm sick and I just got to be smart about it missing to the doctor, So I know you're a smart man, so I'm going to do in all the right things. Hey, listen, You know, I've been hearing a lot of the folks say that the Eagles are a bad team. And per your last caller Legal. Ah, good team, maybe even a really good team with unbelievably Ah, decimated by injuries. I mean, if if we had all the guys we've planned and nobody has all the guys whose injuries are part of the NFL, But if we hadn't even 75% of the guys that we had slated to start at the beginning of the year, we wouldn't be two for one. That's for sure. On your other teams of Dallas Cowboys. You know internally, they're They're a mess, because they they signed bad people, bad character people Now it's it's exploding on them. But everybody has injuries. And you You've just got to try to deal with it and knows that injuries when they want to Super Bowl, so not like this. I knew it was coming and talking to different doctors. That the the bodies just weren't right for for playing this season. It's just they just didn't have enough time on the grass. Yeah, it's hard to explain. But you know if we get them all back if it gets Goddard back if we get Peter's back at right guard. Ah, you know, T J Edwards like you, said Ron Wallace. I mean, everybody week Jackson, Zeca, you name it if we can get him back. You know, we can't win a game in the playoffs. Not only will we win the division I think handily, but you know we can win when we will have a home. That's exactly the thing is Look after Washington and l A. I was a little bit. I'm scratching my head for sure. But They have fought hard despite all these injuries, and then they beat the 40 Niners. They were in the game with Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh. They were in the game against Baltimore than they really showed some things against two really good defensive teams, and Carson Wentz. People got to give him credit. He's made some really good place. Now he's gotta cut back on the mistakes, but he's made some. He's obviously got the skills to make a really good place and you nailed it. On what what's the difference between 2017 and now? When, when, when you don't have protection your mind as a quarterback starts racing really fast when you feel that he'd as soon as you drop back, and he doesn't have time to process things, but he's working through it and, Ah, like you said, he's He's done very well. Last few games and He's certainly got the skills, so I'm still a fan. I'm still a believer will root for the Redskins. So I think you're going to beat the Cowboys this weekend. Well, all root for the Redskins when they're playing for the Cowboys. There there another troubled franchise for sure. He's your an answer. All right, I've got one Who's one of my favorite all time favorites, Jim Nance..

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"mary albert" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

06:17 min | 2 months ago

"mary albert" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

"Net. It's going to slice the slice back in. I'm like how's that not going in the net every time? You. Know so Let's agree to the following in your mind paint the scenario. The Johnny gets a friend and then he's he's saying, Hey, forget launch I'm heading a blind we'll be back tomorrow tomorrow by Joe. But. It's probably not going to happen here. Right with China's Day 'cause he's been around the kids in his class for five years, right? Yes and it hasn't necessarily. Yeah he's got some friends. What I'm saying it's insufficient and yeah, it's not like when you and I were growing up in rugby. Let's not COMPARIS- grown up. I'm just I think that was commonplace on on in the summer just opened up the door your kids went out and they played with each other not organized at all right all day long I. agree that's been a major change and we can debate that all we want but I mean you and I very different brain. These. I was talking to somebody yesterday. In their late twenties. And I said Richie. Rich. A WHO's richie rich. Could Richie Rich Mackenzie. Who richy riches? Just from a simpsons reference not really. Wow I don't think I ever saw Reggie Ridge. Is it felt like it was just. You know that's one thing until you get older older, you don't realize. Is. Not just did you experience it or not? That's the first level. The second level is did the. Nation before you because then you're going to get it, you know secondhand and and then I, think the night the generation before that even worse because you get from your grandparents but the funny thing is think about one generation before that I don't even know my great grandparents name do you Know that's the thing about it is. Only you know you go two generations back. It's a lot of people grandparents they feel closer to than than their parents. You know that special bond if you're lucky I was very lucky with that is. But. The one before that there their parents, grandparents parents don't even know their names. I don't know I don't think anyone does. I started on. The family tree all day staring will fuller the fifth does. But that has to be in succession. So you try to be smart doesn't work. Go back to your seven hundred score to be happy about it. Oh. Third chowed third time around. Joe Kennedy nine kids is JFK was one of them. Bobby was one of them tatty one of nine kids. Just. Think about that. How would you think about the way you are? And think about there's nine though you couldn't possibly I know someone that was the twelfth of twelve. Kids. Wow. You know. It's funny when you see those. And there's you know there's certain cultures that tend towards you know the. oftentimes as Catholic cultures in, you know impoverished areas that they're. So against even contraception just you know you see just a lot more kids. I think the fundamentals life forget there's only so much meat to go but just your parents, they could be a best parents in the world but you're gonNA split up there I mean it's impossible to give every kid the same energy as you would if there was just one kid course and I think that's healthy in a way because what happens is the siblings? Connect In a way that is a lifelong because there's a lot of siblings that don't have that a lifelong though I mean they they love each other they're nice to each other. But if they weren't related, they wouldn't be interacting. and. I actually ensure I hadn't thought of that before. But I did watch the Waltons? Install won't tell you this over the fourth of July. They had a couple of marathons going. The waltons. Is, strangely, brilliant on times like it really is. Now. Little House on the prairie, which was also running I think it was the hallmark station I stumbled on and I said I'm just what I did I ran through. They were running three days. I looked at all of the the capsules, right? The little log lines right and. I said I'm GONNA tape anyone's that sound interesting. So there was a couple of had gambling couple had a drug. John Boy, he's on morphine. I don't think John Boy Watch the baseball game then. Was that the the baseball game with a little house on the prairie. They had a baseball game. They had a big bad against the rival town on the baseball game like cash money. Yeah. And the only way they could how what way dollars G as we call it back home how much did they don't recall when it was substantial and the only way they discovered a star pitcher one of the farmers have a rare and the only way the ringer was willing to his his wife was very religious and he was only willing to do it. Oh so this is almost like hoosiers could they get their ring or to apply and he'll only play if they donate the winnings gambling to the church. So they were on literally not a free row. It was they can't win but they can lose. Yes and only God could win. He added meddled. They were not good gamblers. No. You're the one we met. So they had Adam. Not Adam. Adam was the blind one with Mary. Albert was his name. He was like a street. Urchin that they picked up in the big.

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"mary albert" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"mary albert" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is corona virus a weekly report from NPR news under the Garcia Navarro as the pandemic continues children are still mostly at home summer activities are canceled or up in the air and many children are suffering confusion and stress and here's Patty Newman has more during the first few weeks of staying at home Mariam Jernigan overseas four year old son Carter was excited his working parents were around him most of the day and it seems like a big extended weekend but after a few weeks she says things changed certainly in terms of like getting dressed and brushing teeth and that type of routine he was a little slower to do that testing the limits with mom and dad Carter was used to a two hour nap at school but now at home he didn't want to nap and at night it was hard for him to get to sleep so in some cases laying in bed and and just wiggling and twisting and turning but literally able to save himself you know I just can't fall asleep I'm not sleepy as a child psychologist kernigan Wesley knows that when children are emotionally distressed to they may revert to behaviors from earlier childhood those who are potty trained to may have accidents and wet the bed others may start thumb sucking again so Carter for example who hasn't been rocks to sleep in a while wanted to sit in my lap and he rocked in the chair that I used to breast feed a man and and rock him to sleep and he was much younger a number of German universities friends tell her their children eight nine and even older are suddenly clingy following parents around the house asking them to sit in the bathroom while baths are taken and teeth are brushed almost as if they did not want to do anything independently which was uncharacteristic and these were developmental milestones they had met years before this time and it was pervasive enough that I was beginning to see in my own literature as a psychology yes that this was being reported across the board along with other behavior changes like moodiness anger and even tantrums child psychologist Mary Alberts studies trauma and resilience she says anxiety can cause stomach aches and headaches especially among older children the first step in helping your child she says look inward children and teens pick up the level of stress and their parents they don't always understand what's going on but they can feel the tension the more common parent can be the more they're reassuring their child staying calm she says isn't always easy and often requires a conscious effort it might mean you go into the bathroom and locked the door for ten minutes if you need to just kind of chill out and have your own space and may mean you go for a fast walk to reduce any tension that you have I'm trying to focus on your child's worrisome behavior says Alford pay attention to what's going right you looked like really upset but you talked about it you know you staying calm you used indoor voice you know and you ask what you need it we want to teach kids even at a young age to assert themselves for what kinds of things might be helpful to them some children for example have created soothing spaces just for them Mike Burnett propels the Commons ten year old daughter Evelyn is had a little cozy corner in her room that's totally enclosed with a Harry potter Kate and the Portuguese full tank and some other fabric so it's sort of like a little for at the corner of a room and that's where she sits when she's just feeling anxious or upset she goes and sits in that little corner for older kids and teens however it says parents should be on the lookout for behavior changes that affected a functioning like eating sleeping and friends are they losing friends are they disconnected because while we need to physically distance we need to make sure we're all socially connected and teens in particular their peer group it means so much to them and developmentally it's important for them to connect psychiatrist Joshua Morgenstein spokesperson for the American psychiatric association says the biggest gift parents can give their child is time time to wait and listen to what they have to say want to child no one particularly if you explain it to them that they are worth waiting for it's worth waiting and taking our time to try to understand what's happening can be honest when talking with your child he says no matter what their age even telling your children you don't know when we'll look that up here thinks to himself what do I want to teach my child to do when they're confronted with a potentially dangerous situation as a team do I want them to make things up or pretend that they don't feel concerned about something hello I want them to go get some information or ask someone who maybe knows more about it ask a trusted source the pandemic presents opportunities says Morgenstein to teach children how to respond and cope in future crises no matter how big or small pediment NPR news the US can't fully get back to work until childcare and schools open but how can they do it safely and PR's Anya Kamenetz has this look at the centers around the country that continue to care for tens of thousands of children of frontline workers from doctors to grocery store clerks and what we can learn from their example.

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"mary albert" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"mary albert" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Sarah McCammon. As the pandemic continues, Children are still mostly at home. Summer activities are cancelled or up in the air, and many Children are suffering confusion and stress. NPR's patty name and talked with psychologists about how parents can help their kids cope during the first few weeks of staying at home. Marium Jernigan OS CES four year old son, Carter was excited. His working parents were around him most of the day, and it seemed like a big extended weekend. But after a few weeks, she says, things changed. Certainly in terms of like getting dressed and brushing teeth in that type of routine. He was a little slower to do that. Testing the limits with Mom and dad. Carter was used to a two hour nap at school. But now at home, he didn't want to nap and at night it was hard for him to get to sleep. So in some cases, laying in bed and just wiggling and twisting and turning, but literally able to say himself, you know, I just can't fall asleep. I'm not sleepy as a child Psychologist journey, Ggonna Lessing knows that when Children are emotionally distressed, they may revert to behaviors from earlier childhood. Those who are potty trained may have accidents and wet the bed. Others may start thumb sucking again. So Carter, for example, who hasn't been rocks to sleep in a while. I wanted to sit in my lap and he rocked in the chair that I used to breastfeed and men and And rock him to sleep. But he was much younger, a number of journey given us his friends tell her their Children 89 and even older are suddenly clingy, following parents around the house, asking them to sit in the bathroom while baths or taken and teeth are brushed, almost as if they Did not want to do anything independently, which was uncharacteristic and these were developmental milestones they had met years. Before this time, and it was pervasive enough that I was beginning to see in my own literature as a psychologist that this was being reported across the board alone with other behavior changes like moodiness, anger and even tantrums. Child psychologist Mary Albert studies, trauma and resilience, she says. Anxiety can cause stomach aches and headaches, especially among older Children. The first step in helping your child, she says. Look inward. Children and teens pick up the level of stress and their parents. They don't always understand what's going on, but they can feel the tension. The more calm apparent, Khun B. The more they're reassuring their child stay income, she says, isn't always easy and often requires a conscious effort. It might mean you go into the bathroom and locked the door for 10 minutes. If you need to just kind of chill out and have your own space. It may mean you go for a fast walk to reduce any tension that you have and try not to focus on your child's worrisome behavior, says Alford. Pay attention to what's going right. You looked like really upset, but you talked about it. You know you stand calm. You used indoor voice, you know. And you asked what you needed. We want to teach kids even in a young age, Tio assert themselves for what kinds of things might be helpful to them. Some Children, for example, have created soothing spaces just for them. Like Barnett, Pavel Zuckerman's 10 year old daughter, Evelyn has had a Little cozy corner in her room that's totally enclosed with Harry Potter cape and the Portuguese flank and some other fabric, So it's sort of like a little four in the corner of her room, and that's where she sits when she's just feeling anxious or Upset. She goes and sits in that little corner for older kids and teens. Alford says parents should be on the lookout for behavior changes that affected today. Functioning like eating, sleeping and friends. Are they losing friends? Are they disconnected? Because while we need to physically distance we need to make sure we're all Socially connected and teens in particular, their peer group means so much to them and developmentally, it's important for them to connect psychiatrists. Joshua Morgenstein, spokesperson for the American Psychiatric Association, says the biggest gift parents Khun give their child is time. Timeto wait and listen to what they have to say. That lets a child no one particularly if you explain it to them that they're worth waiting for, is worth waiting and taking our time to try to understand what's happening and be honest when talking with your child, he says, no matter what their age, even telling your Children you don't know. If a parent thinks to themselves what do I want to teach my child to do when they're confronted with a potentially dangerous situation of the team? So I want them to make things up or pretend that they don't feel concerned about something. But I want them to go get some information or to ask someone who maybe knows more about it. Ask a trusted source. The pandemic presents opportunities, says Morgenstein to teach Children how to respond and cope in future crises, no matter how big or small patty name and NPR news. The.

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"mary albert" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mary albert" Discussed on Historical Figures

"The two seemed to connect emotionally given their history of romantic trouble elsa had recently gone through a messy divorce a future albert slowly began to see for himself the two started a correspondence most of the time albert simply vented about believer but after a while the letters turned romantic einstein fell for her due to her compassionate nature and sympathy for his plate having gone through a divorce herself in fact part of the allure of taking the director's job in germany was to be closer to elsa albert moved to berlin for his job in april of 1914 malaysia however caught on to the letters in refused to go to berlin she distrusted elsa fearing her as a romantic rival but with albert now alone in berlin believer eventually gave in and arrived in berlin in late 1914 albert and miliver tried to reconcile but that proved impossible their marital discourse only seemed to grow worse it finally got to the point where mileva left the house taking the children she stayed with a mutual friend while she an einstein tried to work things out the to discuss terms of separation not yet divorce and on july 14th 1914 einstein parted with his sons at the train station this was one of the hardest moments for einstein it said he cried all day when he said farewell to them the no one else to turn to einstein went elsa for comfort she welcomed him with open arms soon the to begin an official romantic relationship and elsa sought to mary albert immediately but albert wasn't ready for such a commitment not yet.

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