13 Burst results for "Megan Fleming"
"megan fleming" Discussed on Here & Now
"Thing. I want to say to you miss. You Miss You miss you. I miss you and then you come back. Suddenly I want to be with you in silence. Because she's just doesn't seem ready. Are you say something else astaire in this? That made me sit up. You say to this couple. Your kids are watching you. They learn their relational code from you. And that's happening under lockdown more than ever. Would you mean by that? Let me put it this way. Sometimes when couples come to my office I learned this from my dear colleague. Haddish life for I ask people to bring pictures of their children and just see you hear how your kids do watching you. Everything you're doing to each other is what they are learning this idea that you know you have a responsibility beyond you sells about. This is very humbling to people. Because when you fight you often feel deserving you feel entitled you feel Justified Hinault. Hope you're not humble necessarily so the presence of your children who are watching you humbles you. You know there's a concept called invisible divorce Megan Fleming and this couple in a way was living with that. They were separated disconnected inside their own families. Couve IT changes the balance of interdependence between them they're in a small flat it Sicily. It's in the middle of the the epicenter of that moment and death is offering all around and you then begin to deal with the symbolic debts that have taken place in your relationship and now you have to decide. Is it just going to disappear or are we going to fight to reconnect with each other? Because it is that connection that sense of aliveness that erotic force that is going to be the antidote to death. Stare Parole for the couple. That's just annoyed with each other. Or you know finding it hard system tips for me. Kinda Sweet Longley. Try to look at what people are doing. That is nice. That is kind that you can comment upon that. You can be appreciative of rather than going around with a flashlight for the wrong to the missing for the criticisms when you want something ask for it rather than making a critique about what the other person has done make a request rather than a protest If you can when you talk about something that you disagree with keep it to wanting and don't start kitchen sinking for all the issues into the same bucket and including the ones from five years ago. It's so easy to complain about. How the other person is dealing with. You're going out. You went to the park. This constant negotiation which is very much in the nature of the beast also creates enormous. Patrick Distress of complete fragmentation. Where people instead of turning toward each other are turning against each other. Those things will help. Put your hands on each other. Give each other a hug. Because there's nothing more to say. Just read little body speak because when you talk will all rational and Statistics and when you who would you act so tender and caring and we are at this moment very touch hungry that physical reassuring hand that grounds us rather than let people just Jackie Away. Allow yourselves to celebrate. Allow yourself to experience. Pleasure allies says to be intimate sexually. You know we are still alive. Does of us who are too close ourselves off of any of the things that actually will ground us. We'll make us feel safe is actually a disadvantage rather than.
"megan fleming" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Something about that isn't working that becomes the Red Flag. You need to pit it and then you really get to decide and working dependent children. You know whether you need to be collaborative with them or just more directive being the parent that we're going to make the shift into schedule and we're going to experiment and see how it works for everybody That makes sense that you're making what else would you add? That haven't talked about that. You WanNa make sure people here In terms of sexy self care time and being a parent again going back to that even in a time of crisis because some people might feel bad you know when this is over then I'll take care of myself we sort of call it. The Wind It's to realize you know there is no time like the present and we said earlier it is really about the putting oxygen after so that you really do have more to give And I think that when and if any listening is struggling with that Whether because of shame or guilt Or overwhelm as you said is the perfect time to be reaching out for help whether it's help on the domestic front and getting in a little bit hands on Through a partner or online friends but also from a health perspective if anybody is struggling or challenged right to see the value prior to prioritize it because again not the role of my pleasure challenging. If you actually do the work you will feel the difference and it will be self-reinforcing. It'll be the thing you've course walk to do but you I have to. I mean how many times do people say I'M GONNA die or to make a decision and okay. I'm going to prioritize pleasure self care and they don't do it right so it's really. The highlight the difference between making a decision and really being committed and so I know when people are committed they absolutely feel the value of doing this work for themselves and how it enhances their lives and their relationships but as I say when if anybody struggling for whatever reason because there are many reasons that always make complete it's to realize it is.
"megan fleming" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"We have access to sort of you know the best teachers whether through books or podcasts or Youtube and really encouraging people to not just netflix. Time away right sure. It's great to catch on his show and we all need. You know some chill time to decompress after stressful day. But it really is I think for me anyway highlighting their real growth opportunities here. So what would you say to someone who says okay myself pleasure myself care and instill really finding it hard to be around my kid? Who's home? Twenty seven now. What would you say here? Well I would say that First of all. It's great that they have already done where they feel. Like you know prioritize all those things but I think they have to be honest with themselves. If that's the case was that I don't know you know so in New York City and so We're all you know. It's an apartment one floor. Unfortunately they're different rooms but you know many people Have different rooms or different floors and I think really. This is an incredibly important piece which is scheduled and structure you know and so Whether your child has some time their face timing with friends or again it's the home schooling peeve. But there really should be breaks that you're not really on top of each other twenty four seven because understandably you know even with our partners right sometimes you know. We need some space and distance. That's part of the actually and so I think part of it is recognized with realistic expectations. You know it kind of makes sense if you're twenty four seven.
"megan fleming" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"And so I think we're seeing more of it because You know it. It's I think in growth. In a sense of the becoming. The role of healthcare sort of becoming very much in our vernacular vocabulary like people have practices. Or you know like at the yoga practice or next. Is there used to be? I think a lot of stigma and shame. Even you know taking time for A wellness routine and I think that that has become normative and gained accepting this is just sort of the natural perfect extension to that which is really focusing on the pleasure And I think you know. Interestingly enough Powder just did her group Siri then the third episode is with Betty. Dopson who I'm sure we both know and love The mother's not masturbation and You know again. The focus of the episode is all on pleasure including pleasure for one and so I just think that you know now. More than ever culturally. We're sort of ready for these messages. Uh for people who don't know Betty Dopson. She wrote a book. Many many years ago is called pleasure for one was what it was called sex a sex for one and it's all about sex for one. That's why you call her mother. The mother masturbation and she wasn't afraid to talk about that and you know. I feel like I really feel like in the midst of crisis in this is a horrible crisis. We're going through good things. Do come from these kinds of things the AIDS crisis in the eighties. I remember as a gay man was so freaking horrible but I remember thinking even if we were going through it we were in the media all the time people were coming into our homes. They were going into higher hospital beds. They were seeing gay people all the lesbians helping and I really believe that pushed us to a more acceptance that were real people and that we really care about ourselves. We have real lives and I feel like with this. This may push us well first of all towards pleasure in ourselves because being sexual with yourself and save his way to get through covert but also amount so thank you just tell us how in the in the mental health field telehealth has been like this hedonistic thing that you kind of mentioned. We're oh my God. You're doing telehealth that so anti therapy. No it isn't. It's very helpful to many clients. And now we're going to see that pushed forward because of guaranteed absolutely you know ripple sort of a background in one of the expressions is the crisis is the opportunity and I'm talking to parents and clients time around that You know as we're SORTA Kuni and you may be thinking of it coon vs quarantining that you know we get the opportunity to go in and really figure out what matters is what we're going to prioritize and essentially and when we come out right we're GonNa be the butterfly right. What is it that we this is a perfect time to develop skills in had it That we haven't had the time or energy to develop and as you said we've technology.
"megan fleming" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Emily Nagorski you can vote Come as you are. She wrote this book with her sister. Amanda Oh yeah. It's fantastic. Okay that's great Can you talk about generational patterns of neglect? They get to stop with you. Yeah I think that we all have an opportunity to recognize again. I'm not sure how each of us was raised because we all did or didn't get certain things but it's not uncommon if you didn't have a role model right for a mother or father who had good self care or how to work life balance that chances are you know. Even though they were well intentioned you may have experienced. Some neglected may not be really good at or had a good role model knowing how to take care of yourself and so I love this idea that you know with any of these Generational pattern that are unhealthy. Like you know alcoholism and this case self neglect or not taking good care of oneself. You could just sort of say the buck stops here right and it's an opportunity to Change that it no longer gets handed down but also you get to model for your children that level of self care that you want them to half themselves and to instill in their family right and I didn't ask that question. Well so I think what what you're saying. Is there generational patterns of neglect that? Get to stop with you and And you're speaking languages therapist because most people are looking back at what happened. You know abuse you know in some way or Physical Abuse Verbal Abuse. But nobody really is looking out. What didn't happen didn't neglect. What should have happened? What you're talking about absolutely NBC. And that when you you know because again your parents incredibly busy had you know five kids you know under the age of four or something like that you know they were probably doing as we are the best that they can but that doesn't change.
"megan fleming" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Is considered selfish right and it's really to distinguish the fact that it's the opposite. It's really when we take that time that everybody benefits because when we're running on empty we all notice in our nervous system right. We'RE GOING TO BE COMING FROM MORE REACTIVE. I put a call. It You know worse or not. Best part of south right and so this is why even though it's challenging it's non-negotiable because when we don't take care of ourselves. We don't have the access to the best parts of ourselves to to do the work that we want to be doing. This is such good information. Even if it's not about parenting like even as a therapist right I think to my energy says a partner to my own Husband that we need to be able to take care of ourselves. I I love that I love you. Use The the airplane because I think I know why someone has written a book with the name which your mask on first before assisting others. It's a great idea. It's understanding that we can only help others if we take care of ourselves. And that's what you're saying absolutely in fact we could've ended burn out Emily Animated Nagorski Book. Burnout talks about How when we don't take care of herself. That stress cycle really lead to disease and And burnt out and so I think it's imperative that we see the prevention piece And again therapist the other thing. That's also very real compassion fatigue. And so when you're not yourself for taking care of yourself you really putting yourself in in some ways. Been alternately your client's at risk because know we're we're only human. Yeah it's so true. Say the name of that book again because I want to get it. It's called burnout by.
"megan fleming" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"That and I wonder if you could start with that since that's where we're at right now? Sure I mean I think And we'll certainly get into that cell cares challenging even under the best of times And these are sort of unprecedented times and so first of all I think it starts at self compassion right That he can be just physically and emotionally exhausting because we're juggling In some ways the same role but all those will at the same time you know for parents who are working who are now working at home trying to navigate their kids schedules and for some like With younger children sort of home schooling takes a whole nother level because their kids don't yet have the skills and technology that that the teachers are counting on the parents to help out with so I think the first thing for people to do is to you know put give a big themselves. The Big Pat on the back Recognizing that these really are demanding time. But as I say that now more than ever we sort of say South Carolina non-negotiable There's a reason they tell you to put the oxygen mask on yourself. I on an airplane. Exactly the biggest message. Anybody listening is it may kind counterintuitive because we all have a way of putting our kids. I or putting ourselves last or the end of our to do with that often. Never get done but the reality is when we ourselves right when we take time for that healthcare we actually have more to get. That's awesome and And so these means going around on facebook right where These home schooling. That one kid was expelled from school. Teacher was fired for drinking on the job. And it's a joke because it's the mother and the of the of the kids. What what what are parents saying about all this? How is it impacting them? Well I think you know.
"megan fleming" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"They are physically abuse but they are emotionally and psychologically present in both cases are biggers loss prevents you from really morning from grieving the loss. Because it's an incomplete situation when people living in their phone sitting next to their partner hours on end and you talk to them but you know that they're not really present. People have begun to experience ambiguous loss in their own living rooms or bedrooms. It's like there's somebody there physically but they're talking to everybody else but themselves and I think that some of the companies I think walks displayed for those who can go outside of actually really brought back this old tradition where people would take a walk at the end of the day and they they would They would they would talk. And I think the conversations to have is actually how you doing. What's he doing today? And then listen. Don't have a conversation. It's actually one person just talks and you listen attentively and you just kind of acknowledged it you know it may. Yeah I know that for you this is the piece that really is the hardest not being able to go see your grandchild because it's your son is working in the hospital and for you. The hardest thing is and listen and validate and just make space for the other person. This kind of emotional space that you create actually heightens the differentiation in a couple and it makes room and it makes you same. I'm not shock but without being lonely because you're connecting but you not have the other person in enter on you because they're painting a boundary and they letting you talk and then not even answering. They're just nodding their head like you're doing with me now when I talk you know I I am talking to you. I reach you. I know you dare. But I'm breathing. Fine you know having my space. It's very interesting. You bring this up because this ambiguous loss because I I can see that at play a little bit with me and my wife because we both have so much going on as you said before people are working harder now. That is definitely the case for me. Working much harder than I'm used to I used to work too hard And my wife's in the middle of trying to figure out she's a physician she's in the middle of trying to figure out how does she? She hasn't been working for the past couple of years. Issue going to go back into the hospital. That's a life or death decision for her incredibly stressful and we were getting into this habit of sitting next to each other bid being absorbed in her own world and then trying to have conversations while one person is focused on something and so. We'll not really fully focused or having the conversations in the interstices of the day. Were I've just put the kid in the bath and like not fully focused and we've really come over the last couple of days to when we talk we're GonNa take ourselves in a different room and actually talk and that has made a huge difference. I would take two steps forward. I would say you talk you close your devices that sit for the day because you like every other person and children you know if you're dead tired in front of a screen we're going to go nuts and then you can have a date. You can dress up. You can open a bottle of wine or whatever you can delight a candidate and you get go. Sit In another room. It's dated another room. You know and then you just sit and you spend whatever half an hour or an hour and you give each other food attention that will come your nervous system. It's a ritual. It creates order and predictability. It is symbolic. It says we continue to do these things even if we're just doing them in our imagination and our imagination is essential at this moment as an antidote to our fear of death that just the physical death the death of everything the the death of the future that we know the death of the world that we typically live in and I think that those recommendations are very powerful. The people who do it you know some do it naturally and some just like being given those kinds of ideas you you've worked holding on the kitchen table to go sit even if it's go sit on your bed but you know make the make the million different place from where you eat. Create boundaries career delineations. These the marcation are so important. You know it's why people invented the Sabbath. It's people invented prayer few times a day to create the marcation. If everything bleeding to each other you become you become disrupted. Basically a makes a lot of sense. So we're talking now. I think we've we've been talking at least the way I've interpreted about how reasonably healthy couples can adapt but you spoke earlier about couples. That are really stressed or have a you know are dealing with a recent infidelity are on the cusp of divorce or have decided to divorce and I can imagine for those people. Feeling utterly trapped on lockdown with this person with whom they've got such a difficult relationship and one of the things you recommended was. Okay you need to to the best of your ability create a partnership figure out what your emergency response plan is figure out what the schedule is worked together to. Just get some semblance of proper functioning in the home and so yes to all that but what about the residual not just residual but the psychological undertow of feeling trapped in a house with somebody with whom you have an incredibly difficult relationship. There's a good chance. If you are separating or divorcing that you have known that feeling for a long time this is not new feeling this is why you divorcing in the first place for some this is not the only script. I do talk to other people you know. One of the Nice things of this moment is that a lot of people are reconnecting friends from that. You haven't talked to a years or people from work who suddenly become your confidence every day that you know because because you left the office the same day or so talk to others. Find other people to vent commiserate elsewhere. This at this point is not a place where you're exchange of feeding is the most important thing but it does a variety of situations for example. You know doing the special podcast series for. Where should we begin for? Cuppers under lockdown the first episode of the couple of Sicily. The kind of hair. We're living with what my friend. Megan Fleming calls the invisible divorce. They were leaving married but they were divorced inside. You know and she goes to the hospital every day as a as a midwife he's home with the three children and this situation is really bringing them you know to have to confront the Who are there for each other at this moment? What binds them together and in the so. This is giving you a sense. A few varieties the the second episode is a couple that has been living apart for year on the House and she called him from Germany to Italy and she said you regret zone. Come right away two hours later. He was in Germany home and they are reunited for the first time after a year and a half and actually a feeling so much better because the corona virus forced them back under one roof. Wedneday fighting about. He felt abandoned that she left and she felt the band that he did follow her and suddenly the situation basically put them back together so nobody wants nobody lost. And there's all these varieties you know and for them. It actually been really really good to be again together into the three of them with their daughter so I think that what happens.
"megan fleming" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. There's a study out that shows that millennials may actually know more than they're letting on about life. It's a study that suggests the millennials care more about their dates politics than about good sex. According to a survey is the New York Post reporting nobody's sleeping with the enemy. These days. If I see somebody who's like, I'm moderate or conservative I keep swiping. Bronx resident Nadine anxiety told the post the Thirty-three-year-old art director hasn't dated a conservative since the two thousand sixteen election. Even if he's attracted to him yesterday, this one guy on dating app hinge seemed really great. So I saw he marked himself as conservative. She says I nipped that in the bud which is probably why she's thirty three and still single anxiety is not alone whether red or blue most would pick their party over the best lay of life. According new research, the number of millennial men and women who prioritise political party alliance over good sex has skyrocketed since two thousand sixteen according to data from okay cupid, the matchmaking company surveyed more than eight million users and found the interest in dating someone with similar political beliefs has gone up. One hundred and sixty five percent since two thousand four but having been sex has decreased as a priority. Thirty percent specifically between two thousand sixteen in two thousand eighteen the number of women who consider politics more important than sex shot up from twenty seven percents to forty two percents while for men that needle move from twenty three percents to thirty percents. Manhattan sex, therapists. Megan Fleming thing stating strictly within one party is making people comfortable too, comfortable. She says if you're only exposing yourself to people who think like you you're living in a silo and missing out on a -tunities. She believes that less intellectual. Attention could translate to less lustful spark in a relationship, then shaima hate sexier. Jane, courage is for patients to get out of their comfort zone in love and in bed. This is this is so stupid. Honestly, this is so this description that was the case for Julie Twenty-seven-year-old, Brooklyn liberal and senior public relations manager who dated Republican for three years for political opposites. Julia says everything was very extreme including the sex. After particularly frustrating politically charged conversations we'd have makeup sex that was better than normal who the hell cares. The only reason you care about this stuff is because you're not dating for the right purposes. I'm very open about the facts that I think dating ought to be only for marriage if you're dating just for the sex, then you're acting in non reasonable ways dating is designed to be for the.
"megan fleming" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"These days. Quote, if I see somebody who's like, I'm moderate or conservative I keep swiping. Bronx resident Nadine angrily tells the post swiping tender is that just Tinder like match or anything like that. I've never been on. I've only been tender. You might say that either. Because that's the hookup site. Right. I ran a boyfriend off of it. So it works. You still together? Yeah. Yeah. In that aspect? The Thirty-three-year-old art director hasn't dated a conservative since the two thousand sixteen election, even if she's attracted to him yesterday, this one guy on the dating app hinge here that I've heard it seemed really great till I saw he marked himself as conservative. She says I nipped that in the bud what she says. Apparently, this Thirty-three-year-old art director is not alone whether red or blue most millennials would pick their party over the best lay of their life. According to new research, this is how messed up millennials are. They literally you could have. I mean, you know, what that's a woman, though, if there's a guy, and he's a hard core conservative, and there's a check and you're on the website where it's all about sex, which is Tinder, right? That's all I know that like that can be for some people. But sure seriously anyway. If there's a guy, and it's just like a, you know, a quick hook up. He's not going to give a crap if she's a lefty or righty. A matter of fact, he might leave. It was good for this. She was hopping damn I couldn't do anything more than a day because she's a wacko guy. Winker? Well, but it's still says. Liberal guys are a bunch of losers then because you're the number of millennial men and women who prioritise political party alliance over good sex has skyrocketed since two thousand sixteen that's from. Okay. Cupid the website. They surveyed more than eight million users and found that interest in dating someone with similar political beliefs has gone up a hundred sixty five percents in two thousand four while having good sex has decreased as a priority by thirty percent. Now, look if you're looking for a wife, you probably want to agree and have the same values, but was just like a hookup thing. Like, you did on that website where you like the only person in America to find a boyfriend on it, whatever. Now, it's okay, people got married off of it. They really have. It's it's true. Yeah. Exactly. They had to make sure that everything worked anyway, specifically between twenty sixteen in two thousand eighteen the number of women who consider politics more important than sex shot up from twenty seven percent to forty two percent. While men for men the needle moved up from twenty three to thirty seven percent chicks fifteen percents because again guys, but again, what a bunch of wimp guys, really. So what's the link Manhattan, sex therapist and Megan Fleming things dating strictly within one's party is making people comfortable too comfortable, quote, if you're exposing of you're only exposing yourself to people who think like you you're living in a silo and missing out on opportunities. I think she's wrong on that. She believes that less intellectual. Tension could translate to a less less of a lustful sparking a relationship she encourages her patients to get out get out of their comfort zone in love and in bed. So that was the case for Juliette Twenty-seven-year-old Brooklyn liberal and senior PR manager dated a Republican for three years for political opposites. She said everything was extreme including the sex. After particularly frustrating politically charged conversations we'd have makeup sex. She said it was better than normal. Wasn't enough to hold them together. And today, Julie who declined to give her last name for privacy reasons finds going out Phil liberals a breath of fresh air. But she misses the adventure of being with someone very different from herself. We enjoy being challenged and challenging each other. Maybe that's something. I'm still looking for. She says she's currently single and open to being with a conservative again, depending on quote, his beliefs. So also true on the other side of the aisle. Adam Bandler at twenty two hundred Republican says a dates political beliefs are barely even an issue for him. I don't really care how someone politically identifies as the single NYU student, adding political ideology isn't something he necessarily even considers in a potential mates. See guys. They just don't care. What do you look like, we're good? That open mindedness could pay off. Just ask Jen Winston from Williamsburg. Who says her most memorable time in the sack was with someone who's politics? She she deemed disgusting. I love this quote the best sex. I've ever had was with a guy who I'm fairly. Sure was a Republican says the thirty year old democrat. Of course, of course, not even close if I don't he was a Republican, I probably wouldn't have engaged. But if I had known how good the sex was going to be I probably would have gone through with. It's still. What? I don't I just just to get. I I don't know if it's true or not. But tonight of the beer club for men there could be single guys. I don't know who knows. But I'm just saying. Of this. So there's a wacko damn. Who's like if I do is Republican I never would have sex with him. But if I realized how go to was I probably would've still had sex with him. She says she runs a feminist Instagram account, really. Called girl. Power supply. She's not beating yourself up over the party line transgression after all quote sex. For pleasure is a form of self care. She says. I actually agree with her on that. Because I'm a guy. That's what we do you. Why are you rolling your eyes? See I got a bunch of women that are just in here. And you just.
"megan fleming" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"We got ten. One, ten one hundred north central park shots fired north central park with allowance large crowd watched the fifteen. Year old was. Pronounced dead at a hospital police say the fourteen year old was last listed in serious condition with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says. In a tweet that a boy possibly eleven to thirteen years old was taken into custody and a weapon was recovered Nick gale WLS AM eight ninety new man was critically wounded after he was shot in a parking garage early this morning in, Chicago street or Ville neighborhood just before one a. m. on the fifth floor of a parking, garage in the two hundred block of east. Illinois street a twenty year old man. Was shot in his stomach. And taken to northwestern Memorial Hospital police say a person of interest is in custody dramatic video of a Chicago police shooting an armed man to death last month is released or John Dempsey tells us this footage also include some crucial audio of the officer who fired the shots That's the audio of officer Dylan Halley. Telling his sergeant he shot. Horrific Gusta so when the man reached for a gun in his waistband then we hear Halley talking with his partner Megan Fleming She tells him to breathe, then he says he had no choice but, to shoot Augustus had. A state license to own, a gun, but not one to, carry it in public John Dempsey, WLS AM eight nine hundred a New Jersey man convicted of targeting couples at. Motels and forcing them to have sex at gunpoint before sexually assaulting the women himself and. Then robbing them has been, sentenced to one hundred forty eight years, in state prison while handing down, the. Sentence. A judge told Rashid Powell the quote your reign of terror ins here unquote prosecutors say the assault, took place during a. Two month period in two thousand twelve at motels in Linden and Elizabeth New Jersey the Toyota Sienna has received a thumbs down on the. Latest passenger-side small, overlap front crash test done by, the insurance institute for highway safety the institute says when colliding with a stationary object there was as much as twenty inches of intrusion in the lower compartment on the passenger side and a real crash test that could result in leg injuries also coming, up. On this week's drive Chicago. Ford dealer and last year Chicago auto, show chairman John Hennessy talks, about the, ten millionth Mustang and, the new bullets granted this one's, gonna be a little bit different it always it's still be the same colors, they have some of the same features the more safety a lot more horsepower we're talking. Four eighty horsepower under the, hood of that we also going to, be amazing we also review the, Jaguar. F.. X. sport break this vehicle is one that starts at seventy thousand dollars so this is a pricey, wagon but it is. A cool look and wagon and also discussed the impact of social media on.
"megan fleming" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"By perma-seal romantic new video of Chicago police shooting an armed man to. Death last month are John Dempsey tells us this footage also includes some crucial audio, of the officer who fired the shots That's the audio of officer Dylan Halley telling his sergeant he shot horrific. Augusta's when the man reached for a. Gun in his waistband then we hear Halley talking with his partner Megan Fleming We then she tells him to breathe, then he says he had no choice but, to shoot He was gonna shoot. Augustus had a state license, to own a gun. But not one to carry it in public John Dempsey WLS AM. Eight nine thousand nine authorities say a fifteen year old boy has died in a. Fourteen year old boy was wounded in a shooting. Following a large fight at a basketball game this happened at the Garfield Fieldhouse, in Garfield park folks are gathered for. Basketball tournament there when a fight broke out inside police say in a statement that officers dispersed. The crowd when. Shots were fired outside the fifteen year old was pronounced dead at a hospital Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. Says in a tweet. That a boy possibly eleven to thirteen years old was taken into custody. A weapon was recovered the shooting outside of the Chicago park district facility is now under investigation he has a list. And he may want to use it President Trump's revoking the security clearance for former CIA director John Brennan was a. Frequent critic of the president may be, just the beginning Others were put on notice two days ago Bob. Costantini reports the president. May be ready to pull the clearance trigger again, the Washington Post reports President Trump is anxious. To revoke security clearances for, others who have it. And are critical of him on cable channels or he thinks we're. Involved in starting the Russia investigation the post also close administration sources that the president. Insisted James Komi and others who've been fired and. Lost their clearances be included in the potential list anyway the response from twelve, former intelligence officials in the past three. Administrations coming in the form of a letter calling what was done to John Brennan and attempt. To stifle free. Speech a couple of the president's potential.
"megan fleming" Discussed on 710 WOR
"All know it's ridiculous listen every president has a bunch of these guys the clintons had the promise the clintons eight hundred of these guys you know all the names all the clinton lawyers associates were all getting paid for their influence promise one hundred of them that much influence as soon as the blah's got elected everybody knew what three guys you got to hire who have tremendous influence there close to the blasio always have been same thing with cuomo people know exactly which bunch you guys their lobbyists their lawyers their consultants you put them on retainer twenty thousand a month some of them are only for mayor it's like only ten thousand a month and that's how you get influenced it's go to dave in chicago hey dave yes good morning markus report from megan fleming who a sex and relationship therapist in new york city for reasons why you should have morning sex you're rested and ready men's hormones are running high your brain is still in that twilight state where you're not quite awake and she says it helps you out of a sex well that's true and the number one reason to have morning sex you can leave right away you know you can't get away with that late at night oh god i gotta get to work but morning sex gocha time it this let's go to amanda in queens hey amanda oh hi mark you're still funny i guess what i regarding donald trump you know with him coming out from nowhere being so non unpolitical and accomplishing so much in special short amount of time despite the hatred and opposition one can't help but think that he can't he's got inspired by believe that.