35 Burst results for "Mental Health"

Buffalo shooter's prior threat, hospital stay face scrutiny

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 15 hrs ago

Buffalo shooter's prior threat, hospital stay face scrutiny

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Ashley Judd talks about mental health after mother's death

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 d ago

Ashley Judd talks about mental health after mother's death

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Biden Wanted to Be the Next Franklin Roosevelt

Mark Levin

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Biden Wanted to Be the Next Franklin Roosevelt

"Because we now have a man in the Oval Office who lit a fuse To blow up our economic system Because he wanted to create a legacy for himself He wanted to be the next Franklin Roosevelt And so he was willing to destroy established traditions And processes and systems and lurch hard left He was desperate for this legacy A man in failing mental health who never had a high IQ or cognitive bone in his head to begin with

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If Others Want to Wear a Mask, Leave Them Be

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 6 d ago

If Others Want to Wear a Mask, Leave Them Be

"And we all should acknowledge the mental health lesson because there are people who, you mean, I'm not kidding you. I've got friends who just don't sound rational about their fear of being in public or going somewhere. It's not a rational thing anymore. Now, having said that, maybe you've got a vulnerability, maybe your stage four cancer patient, maybe you have the listeners of vulnerabilities. Let me give you an example in the show. We're in rehearsals last night first night at the theater. There's one kid in the show. He's a wonderful kid. Very polite young man. One of the ensemble members. He wears a mask almost constantly on stage, and he takes it off when he performs, but during rehearsal during meetings during meals where we all have dinner breaks together, he's always got his mask on. And he's young and he's young and healthy. Well, as far as I know, but I don't know his story. I don't know if he's got an elderly grandmother that he takes care of. I don't know that he has somebody in his life. He might be worried about. And guess what? No one has said a word to him nor should they respect that. We got to stop this this virtue signal. I'm not going to wear no mad web knock it off. You know, you don't know that other person's story. Leave them alone. They want to wear masks, let them wear a

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Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt

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Grand jury indicts suspect in Brooklyn subway mass shooting

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Grand jury indicts suspect in Brooklyn subway mass shooting

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We Need to Focus on Mental Health to Improve Criminal Outcomes

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

We Need to Focus on Mental Health to Improve Criminal Outcomes

"The other area in which we're going to have to spend money in is mental health. Mental health is not an excuse to get out of crime. It's not an excuse to doing something, but it is something that we need to be treating in many of our jails right now. I can take you around the country and in my home state and across and others I've been there before. 30 to 45 to 50% of the jails, the local jails right now are filled with either those who are addicted to drugs or who have diagnosed mental health conditions earlier off medications or can't get their medications. Or have counseling available to them to handle their mental health issues. If we do not address this problem, folks, you're going to address it in our jails, where they're ill equipped to do it, and they're going to get worse, and then when they get back out, guess what, they're going to harm public again and they're going to go back into these jails. This is what you have to address in these issues. And if you don't want to deal with mental health, fine, it's one of those pay unit pay now or pay later and just simply keep taking mental health issues, which so many of our families have. You may have it in your own family right now. You may have family close family members or a relatives who have mental health issues in which they're able maybe to get medication or they're able to get counseling and they're able to stay okay, but there's so many people who are not in our system is not set up

What Is the First Step Act?

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

What Is the First Step Act?

"Is true about the first step? The first half act was designed to implement knowledge some sentencing guidelines that sent us uniform, but also to work on the rehabilitative process that is found for those who want to in our bureau of prisons. It seems to, like I said, be working. It is ludicrous to think that if you put people in jail and simply do nothing with them if they come in with mental health issues, drug addiction issues, if they come in with educational deficits, skill deficit, so they can't find a job. How in the world do you believe that when they get out of here, that they're actually going to be able to go back and be a productive citizen going back to a society in which they're actually having a job paying taxes, keeping up their kids, doing the things that most people do on a day to today basis. It's just not something that is possible. And so we're starting to see how this is coming about.

Overdoses, not COVID-19, drive spike in LA homeless deaths

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Overdoses, not COVID-19, drive spike in LA homeless deaths

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Rapper Zuby Gives His Take on 'Mass Formation Psychosis'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Rapper Zuby Gives His Take on 'Mass Formation Psychosis'

"Zubi in one of your most recent interviews, you give a catalog of all the places you've traveled in just the last few months, which is amazing given the travel restrictions we've all witnessed. And then you start talking about you talk about COVID. And you actually use this phrase that has become very triggering for many, which is a mass formation psychosis. As somebody who clearly follows politics and culture, will you give us your analysis of this peculiar phenomena of a disease of a virus that every nation has experienced in one shape or another. And how it has shaped thought in rather unhealthy ways. That's avoid the meds in for a second and talk about what it's done to mental processes in various parts of the world. Yeah, well, look, I'm not a we live in this age of credentialism, so let me say, first of all, I'm not a psychologist. I'm not a biologist. I've studied both on a basic level, however. But I'm someone who observes the world and I'm very, I'm very sensitive to when I see things when I see people doing and believing and saying things that they never previously used to. Now one observation I had back in 2020 and I maintained this position is that from the beginning I was far more concerned about the response to the COVID pandemic than the virus itself. I saw a lot of terrible precedents that were being set and which now people are seeing some of the fallout from. I'm talking about physical health, mental health, childhood development, the economy, inflation, unemployment, the disregard of civil liberties and the general relationship between the government and the people in various countries. All of these things were great concerns to

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Prof. James Lindsay on the Dangers of Queer Theory

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Prof. James Lindsay on the Dangers of Queer Theory

"For me, one of the most important parts of your first book, cynical theories, is the chapter you dedicate to this concept of queer theory. I think for most lay people, this was a word that was used to connote homosexual or gay or synonym, but it's not. And this academic theory, if we can call it such, actually has a very, very dark objective. So will you unpack the significance of that word in trying to understand the gaslighting occurring today? Oh yeah, that's a huge can of worms. Now, speaking as a mathematician, I have to first point out that this educator says that whatever is 1000% against the law, and that's not mathematically possible. Just to frame up the educator here a little bit. But no, queer theory is an extremely important concept. I've been trying to tell people for about two years. We've been focusing on critical race theory I've been trying to tell people queer theory is both their Achilles heel, but it's also the gate to hell. And I mean that pretty literally. So queer theory is this idea that being normal, normalcy, especially with regard to sex, gender, sexuality, also mental health and health status, more generally, that creates a power dynamic if you want to phrase it that way or what it works like in the Marxist sense, a form of special property, a kind of cultural capital that certain people have access to in other people are excluded from. And so queer theory is better referred to as queer Marxism and the idea is that we have to take that which is considered normal and challenge it at every possible place, obviously starting with young children, and we can unpack that part of what the person in the video said as well. But queer theory is a war on the normal. It is in fact, you could summarize queer theory in a single sentence, which is the abolition of the idea of anything being normal. So it's trying to take the fact that most human beings are heterosexual that most men are manly, most women are feminine and to frame that up as a form of oppression to turn it on its head and to make centered the idea that some people or maybe a whole lot of people if they have their way are not in those categories. And if those categories themselves are the problem that hurts

Why Are American Teens So Sad?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Are American Teens So Sad?

"This segment and the one following is not going to be the most uplifting segment that we ever do here on the Charlie Kirk show. But arguably one of the most important. This is a segment that you're not going to want to hear and you might not think it's real, but I could tell you from my experience with young people, it's absolutely real. And it's a story that actually starts in the publication for lorene Powell jobs, the Atlantic, quote, why American teens are so sad. Four forces are propelling the rise of rates of depression amongst young people. Now before you kind of just roll your eyes and say, oh, whatever, toughen it up. This is a huge problem with our nation's young people. I know at least two young people in my general circle, periphery, I did not know them personally, that committed suicide in the last week, to serious issue. Young people are, by definition, now the most alcohol addicted drug addicted, depressed, sad, suicidal, anxious, medicated generation and history. Now there's many reasons as to why this is the case. One of the reasons, of course, would be our imprudent response to the Chinese coronavirus, locking down our entire society. It was not the pandemic that did it. It was our reaction to the pandemic. Now, if you're listening to this right now and you're a parent or a grandparent, an ant or an uncle, I hope you listen to these words very carefully, because if you have a young person in your life, they might not be telling the truth about how sad they actually are. This generation will be the most suicidal generation of history when the numbers come out. In fact, the numbers already show it, we don't know how this year is going to shake out. The Atlantic dot com writes, quote, the United States is experiencing an extreme teenage mental health crisis. From 2009 to 2021, the share of American high school students who say they quote feel persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness, rose from 26% to 44%,

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Is Brooklyn Suspect Frank James a Product of Our Political Landscape?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:53 sec | Last month

Is Brooklyn Suspect Frank James a Product of Our Political Landscape?

"As you study this, does the political environment contribute to this or individuals this disturbed simply going to be a part of the furniture in our unfortunate landscape going forward? Well, I certainly think the animus of the debate in America contributes to people who are always right on the edge. I think unfortunately there's going to be a lot of folks that would fit his profile who could be violent, have had some violent interaction in their past who could absolutely flip this switch and decide that this is the way to go. And remember, everybody is feeding us social media is feeding this. He's feeding himself. He's on YouTube postings, people are reacting to that. And so all of that just feeds into this fragile psyche of someone like this who clearly has some mental health issues to actually take this next

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Man arrested in Brooklyn subway attack, charged with terror

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Man arrested in Brooklyn subway attack, charged with terror

"A a a a man man man man accused accused accused accused of of of of shooting shooting shooting shooting ten ten ten ten people people people people in in in in a a a a Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn subway subway subway subway station station station station in in in in New New New New York York York York has has has has been been been been arrested arrested arrested arrested a a a a day day day day after after after after the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting mayor mayor mayor mayor Eric Eric Eric Eric Adams Adams Adams Adams declared declared declared declared we we we we got got got got him him him him is is is is Frank Frank Frank Frank James James James James chief chief chief chief of of of of detectives detectives detectives detectives James James James James Essig Essig Essig Essig said said said said he he he he was was was was taken taken taken taken into into into into custody custody custody custody in in in in Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan based based based based on on on on a a a a tip tip tip tip NYPD NYPD NYPD NYPD patrol patrol patrol patrol officers officers officers officers from from from from the the the the ninth ninth ninth ninth precinct precinct precinct precinct responded responded responded to to to Saint Saint Saint marks marks marks and and and First First First Avenue Avenue Avenue where where where they they they apprehended apprehended apprehended him him him without without without incident incident incident in in in recent recent recent months months months James James James railed railed railed in in in online online online videos videos videos about about about racism racism racism mental mental mental health health health and and and violence violence violence Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn U. U. U. S. S. S. attorney attorney attorney Briand Briand Briand piece piece piece pointed pointed pointed out out out one one one federal federal federal charge charge charge against against against James James James which which which prohibits prohibits prohibits terrorists terrorists terrorists and and and other other other violent violent violent attacks attacks attacks against against against mass mass mass transportation transportation transportation systems systems systems he he he says says says there there there are are are no no no signs signs signs James James James was was was tied tied tied to to to any any any terror terror terror organization organization organization the the the motive motive motive for for for the the the attack attack attack remains remains remains unclear unclear unclear I'm I'm I'm a a a Donahue Donahue Donahue

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Minneapolis teachers OK contract; classes to resume Tuesday

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Minneapolis teachers OK contract; classes to resume Tuesday

"Classes are set to resume tomorrow in Minneapolis with teachers having approved a new contract that ends their strike union leaders are announcing a weekend vote on a new contract was successful the three week strike by the Minneapolis federation of teachers is coming to an end after they walked off the job March eighth calling for higher pay smaller class sizes mental health support for the kids and exemptions in layoffs for some teachers of color the union says the deal will make for stronger public schools a similar agreement was reached this month with the St Paul federation of educators in California Sacramento teachers remain on strike I'm Jackie Quinn

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Washington Post Sounds the Alarm Over New Omicron Variant

The Dan Bongino Show

01:25 min | 2 months ago

Washington Post Sounds the Alarm Over New Omicron Variant

"And I saw this story today and folks I'm like oh here we go again I'm like this is really ridiculous Washington Post story about a new variant a new variant Apparently it's called omicron sub variant BA two And listen to how the post describes this They say another surge of this variant they're talking about also may test the public's appetite for returning to widespread mask wearing mandates and other measures that many have eagerly abandoned as the latest surge fades and spring approaches Why have they eagerly abandoned that You may want to include that I mean you are a newspaper right You're supposed to be doing journalism maybe because we found out that the lockdowns were so dangerous to kids mental health and academic achievement and chances at future prosperity maybe we should stop the mask mandates because the masked improved almost entirely ineffective at stopping the pandemic and certainly largely ineffective at stopping transmission from person to person Maybe we should reevaluate making people wear that and put this mask on their face even though you haven't shown any effectiveness in a randomly controlled trial maybe kind of a good idea They eagerly abandon it Now notice the way they phrase that may test the public's appetite That's not journalism That seating the narrative battlefield

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"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"So let's go into that too because one of the things that I wanted to take with this podcast is it's the black mental health podcast, but black is not a monolith. And so now I'm using the platform because I actually want to get these stories more because I think those are the voices unheard. There's a lot of trauma based in those type of situations that don't get talked about enough because American is like popular culture more than just there's some people going through some real things. What's the like if you think about where you came from and now the work that you do is there a way to integrate that back in the home country because they have a whole different viewpoint of certain things. Yeah, and that's the tough space. So I think it's a really complex question. And I think about it for many reasons. When I was lucky enough to have a real forward thinking mom, because she's very accepting of things, she's always very cool. And she didn't really subscribe to the traditions of things like, you know, through and through. So I think, you know, at first when I told her I was going to study psychology and then I wanted to be a therapist. It's not necessarily like a concept that she understood. She was like, what do you mean you want to talk to people about their problems? They pay people for that. Like, why would you want to do that? So she didn't really understand it. And I think that that really is the mentality, you know, back in my country, emotions aren't something that's necessarily celebrated. It's something that you just stuff and you move on.

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

05:57 min | 2 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"I get to I always say I get lucky to talk to the therapist. I get to practice and be in theory at the same time. And again, we talked off the recording about off the air about it. You done saved my life because I was about to get into something like to do practice without having too much of the theory, but it's good to be able to practice both at the same time while I'm in class, but so I definitely think it chose me and I didn't choose it. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Was there a mental health moment where I guess you said that with the class, but was there a moment where you was like sitting down and was like, oh, this is what I'm about to do for the rest of my life. Man, I don't know that I ever, it's weird because I think the answer is really twofold for me. I don't know that I ever connected the dots in terms of this is my forever thing, even though I know that this is my forever thing, right? But I think I thought about it in terms of what's my contribution. What is it that I'm trying to give back? Because going back to it, I'm from a culture that's very much so like about the people and about the community. And so for me, one of the things that's always been engraved in me is how to give back. Like how to help, you know, like how do you in terms like what people say today? Like, how do you leave a legacy? And so that was always like my frame of mind. And I don't really think that that thought hit me until after grad school, like after school, I think when I started to serve in different capacities like in the community and I saw I actually saw with my own eyes the need, that's when it was just like, yeah..

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

04:27 min | 2 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"It's one that you brought up a lot during this conversation that I wanted to make sure we talked into about social media and money. I felt like everybody's rich on social media. I don't know who's broke who's real, or not broke, he said, don't use who has an income insufficiency and who is financially well. So how do you and I think that's a part of the mental health aspect too because it plays on people's need to feel like maybe I should be doing more because this person is doing X, Y and Z and they're making me feel like I'm not doing enough. And I'm guilty of it too. Like sometimes I'm pocket watching. They just went to this trip and I just seen this. You know what? And then that's when you got to put it down or whatever. But how do you manage that feeling again of financial insecurity when you see it seems like everyone else is like financially well off? And I know it's easy to say like, yo, just shut off social media, but it's such an integrated part of our lives that it's not possible. Yeah, there are two things that I would say you need to understand the difference between rich and wealthy. So you can, you know, riches is, you know, loud and bright and things you can see, but wealth is quiet. You can't see wealth, right? Because it's stored up for later. And so you begin to view things a little differently. It's like, well, this person is showing all of this. They're literally showing us all they have. Therefore, that's not wealth. That's not, that's not real wealth because real wealth is in the background, just multiplying multiplying and multiplying right and playing other scenes and multiplying multiplying, right? And so, you know, if it's loud, I don't know, right? If it's quite old, let's talk about the list of what they're quiet..

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

05:27 min | 2 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"When you was talking about you can't out earn a bad relationship with money. I'm thinking more of what would I seen it? I thought about the divorce rate where they say a people didn't a lot of the divorce rate is because of money. What barriers do you see when it comes to divorce or marriages when it comes to the financial, what are the financial barriers? And relationships that prevent people from staying together. Yeah, I do. I do have sessions for couples very, very often. It's so fun because it's like we're speaking two different languages, of course, right? And we have two different goals. We have two different intentions. We have two different definitions of freedom or peace or whatever. And it's like, we never really sat down to define what these words even mean to us, like, right? What does it mean to be a provider? Like, have we ever really sat down with our partner and say, oh, I want to provide it. Well, what does that actually look like? What does that actually mean? And let's make sure we have our priorities together. Let's make sure we we're not just worried about how it looks on the gram. Let's make sure that we are setting our babies up to be okay for a long period of time. Let's make sure we have a goal. And then we got to keep revisiting, maybe we discuss something, you know, when we got married on our wedding night, but, you know, maybe next year, we want to discuss this again, or every year we have to do our vision board for our marriage for our finances and make sure that we are, you know, putting those steps in place, those realistic steps and things to get us there. But, you know, you always have like one saver. They're one spender. And then, you know, there's a lot of pride to ego there, right? You know, a total telling me what to do with my money. Well, I've always done what to do with money or whatever. He always told me I can't go out. And.

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"Where I just help you on the road to financial freedom, whatever that may look like for you. I paid off over $92,000 worth of debt, so I became completely debt free. I saved up a year's worth of my income and cash and my credit score is almost at a perfect score. I think this is my perfect score years. I'm an April 23. This is it, rich. But I've been just traveling just helped my people as much as possible. Just to find that missing piece is what I call my company missing piece, PEACE, as they own the world to financial freedom. You said a lot in there and we're going to walk it back and walk through everything a little bit slowly. So one of the things, we've got you that started in this. Let's go with that. Because I know it was a breaking point. I know Steve Harvey talk about, you got to get sick and tired of being sick and tired. Like, what was the breaking point of like, oh, I'm messing up my finances right now. I need to fix it. But me, the breaking point was actually when I was younger, I experienced a time where they were coming and taking, you know, they were cutting out water off. You come outside and the water, I'm like, wow. First of all, it is June. Everybody's outside. The block is hot. You're embarrassing us. And it was just, you know, it really clicked that someone could take something so important. Water, like our running water from us because we couldn't afford to pay for it. And in my mind at that moment, I was like, I gotta figure out how this can never happen again. Not only to me, but to my loved ones, you know, I gotta make sure that, you know, this never happens again, and that started on the journey of me just teaching myself about credit and budgeting and banking and saving because we didn't learn all those things in school, but I knew I grew up in a poor neighborhood in a poor household and the crime was high but the hope was low and in most of the issues came from not having money. Like from being poor, like we're mad, we're angry. We are robbing each other. We are doing this. And so I started on my own journey to say, you know, I had there's more to like, there has to be more to life than this. And I'm going to find out what it is. And then I'm going to come back to my community and share that information with them. And that's what I ultimately did. All right, so I'm going to ask the elephant in the room question, which I know many people probably understand the feeling, but doesn't correlate the two. How does money relate to mental health and finances really to mental health? I mean, it's I don't know where to start. I mean, it's just so many, you're not sleeping well at night because you are concerned about if this is going to happen if you're one check engine light away from losing it all or going into tumbling into debt. If you are not sure how you're going to pay your bills or go through Christmas or just regular everyday stuff like some people literally don't know what the next meal is going to come from..

Steve Harvey
Doctor Admits Great Barrington Declaration Was Right!

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Doctor Admits Great Barrington Declaration Was Right!

"And now another extraordinary piece of tape that I want to play from Florida governor Ron DeSantis is round table. So there's doctor Joseph Freeman, very similar to The New York Times article. He comes out and he says, look, I want to apologize to the other scientists with me here on Zoom. The proponents of the great Barrington declaration, you guys were right. Now thankfully, this doctor has the courage to admit that the people that we're talking about the lockdowns that are going to harm the need for interventions, this doctor Joseph Freeman has the courage to take responsibility and to apologize and to be a better human being because of it. Our public health officials are doing no such thing. And the data is there in striking colors. Now, I know the temptation to want to say, let's move on. It's time to get past it. We just went through a civilization altering event that we did to ourselves, wasn't like an asteroid came from outer space and hit us. We said, you know, next time we could break apart that asteroid a little bit differently or maybe we could consolidate our programming and our response. No, no, we did this to ourselves. Has the lesson been learned? Do you think our public health officials and our government officials are now less likely or more likely to put forward a response that we just lived through? Play cut 51. Personally, I would like to apologize to the three other scientists sitting with me here on Zoom. The proponents of the Barrington declaration, because I initially, I did think you all were crazy. Or dumb, or maybe you just didn't understand what I was seeing, but I now realize, actually, I'm sorry because I believe now you guys were correct. And you were correct from the beginning. And I wish that more people, including myself, have realized that sooner. So that's a doctor that has come out and has said the signers of the Barrington declaration, which of course was censored by social media, which said as infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists, we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, almost a million people signed at 928,000 public health experts and doctors signed at most people didn't even know it existed. Now this doctor said, look, I was told to believe that you guys were nuts and crazy, but in reality, you were right.

Joseph Freeman Ron Desantis The New York Times Florida Covid Infectious Disease
Minneapolis teachers set to walk off job Tuesday

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis teachers set to walk off job Tuesday

"Schools are closed today in Minneapolis after the teachers union decided to go on strike the labor dispute in Minneapolis as over wages class size and mental health programs for students teachers and education support professionals are asking for what they call a living wage but the school board's website says they can't spend money they don't have the school district says the news of a walkout is disappointing but it bounced to continue negotiating to reduce the length and the impact of the strike teachers in neighboring St Paul announced a tentative agreement late Monday averting a walkout also scheduled for today I'm Jackie Quinn

Minneapolis Teachers Union St Paul Jackie Quinn
"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

04:44 min | 2 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"Lack of self love. We talk about earlier, you know, with the organization that did not want the focus to be on black and mental health. You go back to that idea, the fact that they didn't see themselves in that so they couldn't connect with it. I feel like that's what was leading to a lot of violence, right? A lot of people in the world right now, if I don't see, if I don't love myself, I can't love you, so that means I have no issue with any of your life. Or harming you or taking from you, 'cause I don't love me. So while the fuck would I give a fuck about you, 'cause I don't love me. You mean? You summed it up. That's why I took the picture down, but it just gets that clip that part up. I got mature to get the full screen of that. I don't know the magic potion or pill or bullet is to help with more self love. I think that's all right, I don't know if it's that conversation with the day or ten years now, right? But I think if you get to a space for like, I always say, one thing I like hearing about when he's back and being like, yo, how the community used to live up with one another. And it so happens in pockets where everything is so social media and a lot of shit, everything is so fast and everybody wants this, and I think we are losing like that love aspect. Give me, in a real way. Not even a romantic sense, just the fact that like, yo, love thy neighbor. Look out for your folks. In your focusing always your family. I mean, we ain't afraid of doing that in mass as much. You know what I mean? Yeah, no. To your point, and I'll pull it back up so that way we don't talk without reference. So if those of you who are listening and if you're on a YouTube, you get to see it, but the bottom level of Maslow hierarchy and needs is the physiological physiological needs, which is air water food, shelters, sleep, clothing, reproduction. With those are just the basis. So if you don't got food, you don't got shelter. Bro, it was so many times where I didn't even know Friends was considered homeless. And you know one friend that I'm talking about where it's like, yo, that's considered homeless this dude been homeless for like four or 5 years now. And I'm like, I didn't consider that homeless as a thing, but as that you need these things to survive and let me see, let me go to the key takeaways and Maslow hacker needs..

Maslow YouTube
"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"And that took so much time to get to that point, bro it took you time to get to that point, right? But think about it. Four years ago, it was in 2009. You wouldn't have had none of that knowledge to be able to handle it that way. You would have snapped as our parents. Generation of just parents in general might have a parent, but some parents are like, yo, I'm gonna get mad and loud. Do what I say because I said it. Versus nudist, their consequences, so if you don't do this, but the reason why I want you to do this is because it's going to steal something in you. That you're going to need once I'm dead and gone. You know, to your point that we actually had this conversation last week about some of the things that I'm dealing with with my son and learning him to or teaching him to value certain things and I think for the most part it's like we're learning together because he may not value them the way that I value them and how do I communicate that message so that way he kind of takes that on point and I think that's why a community and support is so important. So you're not just in your own head. I think a lot of times our parents was like better and with things where they didn't share with nobody. They just, hey, this is the way I live life and this is the way you gonna live it. 'cause that's how it's good for me and I'm doing, you know, I'm doing this doing that, trying to do the best I can do, right? I don't got time to sit down and unlearn and sit down and talk to you, hey buddy, I need you to do this because this. I gotta make sure you do this so I can make sure y'all can cook you dinner. And do this. And get you to school in the morning. So, you know, I think it connects to a bigger issue of mental health for me. And this is just my pain. Diagnosis. But with mental health, I think both sides do that are disenfranchised in some way in our spaces and places that lack some of those critical resources. Don't have the time to worry about that self and do that self work. You know, my job, I won't mention the title one here, but you know, we provide a service to community, right? In hopes to get them trained, so working workforce development..

buddy
"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"It may be a familiar thing, right? You learn how to move your life in a certain way. And as we get older, if you do understand, you realize that everything we're taught does not serve as best as we get older, right? So those survival tactics are not useful when you're trying to thrive. So answer your question more directly. I know there's some things about myself wanting to fix. And some questions I want an answer, and I really I can do that alone. I feel like there's a mental health movement right now with our community. We used to say it was a stigma. I'm going on record now and saying it's not as much of a stigma as it is before there's communities, there's little pockets of communities that have these type of conversations. But one of the things, and I don't know if the episode is out already, but it will come out. We talked on the podcast, I talked to Vita, one of our friends from college days, and she talked about, we talked about that we are the generation where now healing is okay and going to therapy is okay, but we still have to deal with our parents and populations that we're teaching them. And it's like, I haven't even lived half of your life yet, or I'm only happy in life. So you trying to lay things on me that, you know, I haven't even been a long live enough to live yet. So just talk about that now that you're unraveling things about yourself. Those are going to impact some of these relationships. And now, I know my mom is more talking about mental health now and talking to these things. So talk about that experience and how it's affecting family members. I'm going to give you that, it's funny as you say that about that unraveling piece. I was in a zoom earlier for work. And someone on the call mentioned that the baby boomers are also known as the media generation, right? Everything's about me, me, me, right? How is affecting me? And we were discussing some issues around diversity, equity and inclusion. And kind of what that means, right? For different organizations, if we can't get into too much, but what it means for different organizations. And to your point about.

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"Your host rich, joined today with me as another special guest. And again, when I say special guests, I mean, I know they're passion and drive and motivation around the subject and topic of mental health and it comes from a deep place that we're going to get into that. I'm going to let you introduce yourself. I try to let people get all they flowers so that way nobody blaming me for missing the beat. I'm like, no, I gave you the opportunity to introduce you, so go ahead and introduce yourself to the listeners. My name was Charlie, Monroe. From Philadelphia, born and raised softly. Then through so much of my life, you know from childhood sexual abuse from grief, depression, you know, trying to take my life suicidal thoughts. I'm just somebody that's sticky enough for myself now, you know that's fighting for men's mental health, you know, mental health period, amendments enough, you know, black men have a type of 'cause out there, you know, I feel like, you know, as a stigma that we need to break and I'm here to try to break that stigma and let it let people know it's looking out to be okay. You know, you could be a mayor, you could cry, you could be sad, depressed. As long as you keep fighting, keep moving. We can break the stigma, you know? A 100%, man. And I met talik in Nami's black minds matter group as a support group facilitator. I.

Monroe Charlie Philadelphia depression talik Nami
"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"So you looking at that is like, how am I going to come up with this money to pay this person so I can get somewhere? I got to go when I'm barely getting paid myself. No, and that's why I'm so blessed to not only had a passion for mental health, but to be around individuals like yourself and all of the rest of the therapist and everyone that I know because that's in the behavior of mental health field because it kind of helps me, you know, guide and decision making and these different things and learning a certain barrier is that can potentially get involved in the way of your career. One of the questions that I had is something that I learned speaking of barriers is that at those community health places or the places where they see underserved communities, they plan and correct me if I'm wrong, they plan for a 50% no show rate. They automatically know people ain't going to show up. I feel like for some reason, this is counterproductive. It's explaining that to me as a person that was like an experience in that field. So what I'm going to tell you is in a healthy period. That's what they planned for. When you go to your medical doctor, you sit in a waiting room. If you look around, it's two or three people with that same time appointment. You know, you got a 10 o'clock slide, John got a 10 o'clock seat. You know, the lady over here got a 10 o'clock slot. So just in the field, they planned for no shows. And mental health is a little more challenging because if you're doing therapy and two people got a 10 o'clock slot, both of them show up, both of them can't get seen. So when I did therapy, they encourage you to try to do it, but I would never do it because it's not effective for my clients. And I know if I come in for an appointment, I'm mad if I can't be seen because you already booked somebody else for that same time slot. Psychiatrists are both with 15 minutes time slots. So you got 15 minutes to see this guy who's prescribing your medication. Right. And so let's go do a lot more crazy. They might seem between like 15, 20 people a day because it's 15 minutes lots. So some clinics will encourage people to double book. I mean, to me, it's not ethical to double because you do when your clients are disservice because you can't see both people if they show up. Some people would tell you schedule people who you know are going to be a no show or what they'll do is for intakes when people first come into the clinic. They might book two people for the same time start for intake, assuming that one of them won't show up. So that I've seen a lot in terms of your first appointment. So you might be like, your first time in a system and then you look and you wonder why you waiting so long because more than one person got that same time slot. And that's why I said, I feel like it's counterproductive because I've been on the recipient this recipient end of that and not knowing what you just said. Not realizing that part of it, and I'm like, that it has to be kind of productive, isn't the whole goal is to get the person treatment. So if they're a person like no showing. And I guess this is me being green when you say, they take advantage of the younger people, people that don't know where the system does..

John
"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"I'm glad you stated in that way because I felt like I was I was not putting the corner. I mean I say that in the black man hill. Because of the work, I'm like, oh, man, I'm kind of pressured to go that route because of where I'm at, but then the reason why I said I didn't want to do the one on one counseling because that's the real work when you change an individualized, I believe, but I want to bring more brothers into the field. I want to bring more people of color into the field. And I feel like the platforms like this or speaking or doing other things I have a way to communicate that effectively and affect the system of mental health as opposed to the individual, you know, one on one way if that makes sense. So I think I'm moving towards how to affect systems because it can control the barriers that prevent people from moving into the field. Right. And I think that so in school, they teach you micro. Micro's the one on one work, the small groups, you know, that's the meat and potatoes that most people think about in terms of the work people doing macro was like the systems like you're talking about. And the beauty of it is that everybody can't do the same thing. It's not beneficial for any of us and we all do the same thing. Then it's cookie cutter. We're all looking at the same all doing the same. Somebody's got to step out and had a conversation with politicians and change the laws and have conversation with these corporations and find funding and get the people in the street, you know, who think, oh no, I can never go to therapy. That's for crazy people. You know? So it's so many different ways to engage the conversation and bring people in. So we need the diversity. You know, to me diversity is the important part. You know, so your role might be different than our role. Listen. I worked at a community health agency where they want you to see 40 people a week. It's a lot. I believe it. I believe it..

Micro
"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

04:32 min | 4 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"Some type of diagnosis in order for the service provider to get paid. So we use that as a code in terms of fulfilling purposes, but it also helps determine your treatment because we know what your symptoms are that we can make a plan to eradicate whatever these symptoms are. So a psychiatrist specializes in that. And then they most psychiatrists will prescribe medication because the thing is, not everybody needs medication, but sometimes the medication is to kick off to you getting better. Because sometimes you're just not clear enough mentally, emotionally, and you need something, you know, that little boost to help you be able to initiate the work that you need to do in a long run to get better. A psychologist on the other hand does not prescribe medication. And traditionally psychologists do a lot of testing. They do IQ testing, they do intellectual testing, you know, they do social emotional testing and the primary focus they might do like special Ed testing for kids in school. They do a lot of testing. But nowadays, a lot of psychiatrists also do counseling as well. And the reason why I ask because I'm trying to find my niche is where I feel that for myself. I know I don't want to do the one on one therapy. I think in my latter years I'll do it. But as of now, I'm like, man, I don't know if I could hear people problems for 8 hours. And be like, I can do maybe one or two, but 8 hours. I don't know if I could. So this is what I would say. The field of mental health is so broad, like there's so many different things you could do and I'm sure we'll get into some of it, but I had so many jobs throughout my career from working as an intern and undergrad to where I am now and my late 40s..

"mental health" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:52 min | 10 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"I a in my own mind rough childhood. I have a very loving supportive family. It was wonderful but growing up in the sixties. When you have these mental health issues you know you. Don't talk to your mom about it and everybody was just accepting of it. And i don't have a ged. And i went to three different. High schools have been finished any of them. That was kind of a sore spot for me. Because i didn't have the ability to sit. I can't sit for any length of time and focus if somebody had diagnosed me. If they'd let me just just the ability to stand up in the clash or maybe just pays the back of the class. I could have stayed in school and probably felt tau. I take things and i also take things in audibly rather than visually so reading was a little harder for me than listening to something and comprehending what i learned is. We're all different. One size doesn't fit all in life. That's why i say that. Whatever you it takes for you to as ed pointed out acknowledge that there is an issue. That's first and foremost with any issue that anybody has acknowledged. You're you're a human being and you may need help. And you made need some coping skills and those coping skills could be as little as i get mad really easily. You know f sharp temper. Here's what's going to happen. I'm not gonna from now on. I'm not going to respond when i'm angry. I'm always going to wait. I mean account a tan. I'm just going to breathe. Maybe that that's you know. I'm not advocating for that. But that can be a tool and the thing is that you always have to look for a tool you know if you wanna fix something you walk into a garage and you don't know what you have. Maybe i could do it with up. Or i don't have a screwdriver. Maybe i can use the knife in the drawer. You know what. Maybe i'll unscrewed with a quarter..

ed
"mental health" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"And yeah so that's it was ridiculous when you think about it if i would've thought about it but to that end and i'm not talking about my career. I always feel like the worst moments of my life is. When i let my mind kind of wander on its own so i just gotta just do it and the activity of doing it and moving forward with my life is my distraction from where my mind sit still goats and now more than ever with this pandemic going on is forcing people to be a little more than they would normally be so more. People are in touch in a kind of in a bad way with their mental health for gilady because they were so distracted by going to an office every day and working every day. Picking the kids up and going to soccer games and doing that and now when you sit at home you're going on yeah this i'm getting into a depression and but it's really a by product of not doing. That's where your mind goes. If you let it go everybody will go into a dark place. It's just human nature and it's acknowledging it's being conscious about what's going on if you can be aware if you can say to yourself. I'm thinking a lot right now. Oh i noticed that that thought came in. I noticed this i noticed that if you can say what's going on then all of a sudden it gives you a little bit of pause so that you don't get attacked by the train. The bullet train. And so one of the things i remember about you. How is you're telling me this story about one of your first specials that you tape and something happened and you had a choice to make and the choice was to acknowledge something or not again legit so you mentioned that. Because i think it's a great story. It is about not thinking in the moment part of the neurosis of being a comedian. And i've spoken to other comedians about including ed myself..

gilady soccer depression
"mental health" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"How do we deal with a pandemic. you know. This is a world pandemic where we're all you need to talk about it. You need to do it. Maybe you don't need to be medicated. Maybe need to find out that there's other people feeling exactly like you feel. Maybe that will be your life saver but everything in life needs. We're not really trained for life and you can throw shit at us and everybody just kind of you know. It's funny if you had a bad back if you're at work and you had a bad back. Everybody they say you know. I want to move over here and the i can't help you got a bad back and then you're inundated with you. Know two dozen cards from everybody's back but if you if somebody said we need to get this project done and you said right now i can't. I'm i'm being honest with you. I just can't. I can't do it. I know i. I'm just So down and i can't function. And i just need a moment or i need to take off and i need go to see a psychiatrist. That would probably not be taken as lightly as you know. I gotta go to my dentist. I gotta go do something else. You know one of the things that we talk about on the show and we're trying to get to get to here is mental. Health is a big topic but it is not a practice and people talk about it but nobody realizes that you actually have to do something and make choices about your thoughts and feelings. That's one way to take care of mental health. You talk about distraction. And i'm wondering what goes on in your head where you say to yourself. I need to distract now. Or i know that. This is a time for distraction. Or do you even look at it. Like i have such fear of falling into the wormhole that whatever i've been diagnosed with causes that i'm constantly distracting. Even when i feel good..

"mental health" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:49 min | 10 months ago

"mental health" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"On the mental health comedy podcast a classic conversation. We had with howie mandel. It looks like a drive through at the same time as he's doing this Well that's true. I actually pulled on lady the new at this point on for today it been the same since radio shack. I don't think there's anybody alive in a human race that some point in their life is not going to need a coping skill. you don't have to have ocd. You just have to be human good morning good afternoon. Good evening and welcome my friends. The show that never ends. It's the mental health comedy. Podcast with ed crasnick jennifer kalari jennifer coming up shortly. This is the show where we talk about mental health and we practice skills. We never do nothing. Nice sneezy we always do it nice and rough and it's very similar to the song proud mary and that's how we do it right here. Now on today's show we're going to talk a little bit about emotional regulation and we're gonna talk about a really unique way of practicing that actually practicing it while watching your favorite shows and movies now. I laugh at that but it's actually really cool and that's coming up. We're going to talk with jennifer about that and we always like to have We like to welcome people. No matter what emotional state in here are emotional shoutouts if you think the delta variant is a college fraternity welcome if you're planning to exercise but wait until tomorrow when it will be more convenient. Welcome if you didn't know how to use audible and ended up with three books on death and dying welcome zanex in a pez dispenser to attend a pool party. Welcome if you have no reaction to any right at a theme park because you've been screaming inside for two years. Welcome if you actually believe that you can win an ipad by filling out a survey welcome and if you beating yourself up even now there's always a place for you right here on the mental health. Tiny podcast now. Here are some statistics By the mental health comedy data team the data..

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"mental health" Discussed on Generation Mental Health

Generation Mental Health

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"mental health" Discussed on Generation Mental Health

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