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Fresh update on "monahan" discussed on News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff
"Cliff Notes on 5 70 K l i F Capital attending physician Brian Monahan said late Tuesday. The House of Representatives is reinstating its mass mandate. Lot of places are starting to do that for the House of Representatives. I just don't want anybody to confuse that was saying that Congress is making it mandatory that Americans wear masks they Oh, no, no, no, no, no, not what they're doing. They're talking to members of the house, and a lot of people don't like that, and the White House also appears to be going back to mandated masks for employees and anybody entering the White House and Texas Senator Ted Cruz doesn't like this whole trend. The CDC was one of the most respected scientific organizations.
Fresh update on "monahan" discussed on News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff
"The peninsula, the U. S Geological Survey said the quake was a magnitude 8.2. The big quake. They say that every every 10th of a of a point the point to in this case would be 2/10 of a point that every 1/10 Makes the quake 10 times higher than the previous number or something weird like that. I don't know. But at 56, Miles east southeast of Perryville lacks Alaska. It was about 29 miles below the surface of the ocean. The U. S National Tsunami Warning Center issued warnings for parts of south Alaska, the Alaska Peninsula and the solution Islands. He would say there's potential threats to Guam and American Samoa. And they're still looking into that that I heard this. I thought immediately of 1964. And I remember that There was they had a 9.2 earthquake in Alaska. That just did unbelievable damage, and I went back and looked at it and tell you a little more a little bit later on. We can move on to, uh The current stories for now. Capital attending physician Brian Monahan said late yesterday that the House of Representatives is reinstating its mask mandate and therefore the threat of fines to members who don't comply following updated guidance from the CDC, the White House, also appearing to go back to mandated masks. That are Ted Cruz issued some thoughts on the matter. CDC was one of the most respected scientific organizations in.
Fresh update on "monahan" discussed on Todd Schnitt
"Oh, thanks So Then we have the Pelosi and McCarthy Moron mania dust up here. Nancy Pelosi was this was this really called for? Come on. So Going back to the speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi. This morning, Nancy Pelosi called Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Her Republican counterpart in the House of Representatives are moron. She said it to reporters as she was getting inside her car surrounded by her security detail. She said. He is such a moron. This was in response to his opposition. To the new mask mandate for House members from the capital physician Brian Monahan, which came down last night. And of course, this came down after the new guidance. Which we told you about yesterday from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Listen, I'm not getting into all logistics on on that. Just I just want to talk about this for a second. So in a statement following the Reinstatement of the mask mandate. McCarthy released this The same bureaucratic public health experts who completely upended our society by pushing lockdowns and your long school closures now want to force Americans to return. The pre vaccine control measures by forcing vaccinated Americans to return to masks. The Biden administration is not only casting doubt On a safe and effective vaccine, but contradicting why vaccines exist. All right, a couple of things here, and, uh, first of all there is. This has nothing to do with politics. There is big concern about this Delta variant. And look what's going on. Look at the number of red zones in this country and the upticks in 49 states, and we've got some states that are on fire. Right now, The cases are growing exponentially. There is legitimate concern here that a lot of what we've Achieved could be rolled back. With those that refused to get vaccinated. And of course, with this delta mutation and potential other mutations that are coming down the pike. And there is some predicting that we could be in store for a rough 30, 60, 9100 and 20 days here. I hope that's not the case and keep in mind. We're seeing this uptick in the middle of the summer. And things get worse as we go just inherently with viruses with the flu. With this pandemic, things are just worse. When you're dealing with the fall and winter months, So here we're seeing dramatic upticks and we are just In the middle of summer time here, All right, So you know this I mean, you got to be somewhat concerned. You've got to have your eyes open. You got to be diligent. That's That's the bottom line. Right. So McCarthy statement, though, ignores the fact that 99 GOP House members refused to say whether they've been vaccinated or not, That's true. They're citing privacy issues. You know that fact that risk in addition to the proliferation of you know the Delta strain That's changing some of the guidance here. And folks, we would be foolish and I'm not saying that masks are the answer, However, there is ample proof that masks do help. And especially As we're seeing the uptake in cases and the breakthrough cases. No. The deal with that. And some people that will say, Oh, look, you know, folks are getting covid even with the vaccine. Yeah, These are the breakthrough cases. But what happens if you're vaccinated at this point? It's keeping you out of the hospital. It's keeping you from getting a really nasty, severe case or the need to be hospitalized or the possibility that you could be a long hole hauler or even worse. Die. So it's been widely reported that all Democratic members of Congress are fully vaccinated and have expressed concern about being in. So you know such close proximity The members who might not have been vaccinated at all. That's the Democrats position here. So you know, even with all that said, you know, calling the minority leader of moron I don't think that was particularly helpful. As we used to say when our kids were like 234 years old. Was that helpful or hurtful? Nancy Pelosi. What was that helpful or hurtful? Nancy. Nancy, I'm gonna have to put you in time out. I can play the audio. It's very, very low. Nancy Pelosi, calling McCarthy a moron. The audio is It's It's not very clear. It's very hard to hear. I mean I can play. You can hear the reporters, actually, you know, ask the questions. If you want you can. You can listen to, uh I don't know if I can Jack it up enough so you can actually hear the audio Anyway. Here it is. This is Pelosi getting into a vehicle. And This is where Pelosi says the McCarthy is such a moron when she was asked about his criticism about the mask mandate being restored in the house. Now here's the audio, and it's tough to.
Fresh update on "monahan" discussed on C-SPAN Programming
"I said earlier. In my comments, science, science, science and science on almost every subject that you can name science is the answer whether it's the climate crisis, whether it's a health crisis. But whether it's our preeminence in the world in technology, science, science science science to say that wearing a mask is not based on science. I think it is not wise, and that was my comment, and that's all I'm going to say about that. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at her weekly news conference. And later, the House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy joined members of the House Republican Doctors Caucus for a meeting with the U. S Capitol physician to discuss the mask requirements. The the leader speaking on the way in and The way out. Here is the way in What's your message to monitor him? Well, we've got we've got. We've got a doctor caucus. We've got Brad win. Stop right here, and we want to talk to him about not play politics. But let's talk about the science. If we're trying to get America vaccinated, what type of messages this provide were vaccinated. We're not a hot spot, but they're forcing me to wear a mask. Not in the Senate. But in the house. This is just about more control. This is just the beginning of a set. Because school is going to start coming back. They're going to shut school down again. This is about Troll less base it upon the science, and that's the one thing with the doctors are going to bring up and talk to the doctor Monahan a back that congressman Kevin McCarthy on the way into the meeting. And here's what he said. On the way out the How's it going? There raises more questions because you find that this was based on a C D. C study. That's not reporting. We now find the studies from India based upon a vaccine that's not in America and it didn't pass per review. So what you're telling America today is something What I believe is pure about politics, which you want to go. Next Step two schools. How are you using They have no other science. They haven't seen the report. It didn't pass per review, and it's based upon a vaccine that's not based in America. I trust the vaccine. I think we should get more people vaccinated and telling people who are vaccinated to wear mask doesn't get more people vaccinated. Should members in your conference. We're masking the floor. Well, what's interesting is in the House of Representatives were in one building with this. Senate. The Senate on an average age is much older than the house. And as one thing we all know from Covid. It affects older people greater than younger people in the Senate. You don't have to wear a mask. But in the house you do and you get fined. If you don't that doesn't seem to be based on science. But you might have to talk to Dr anyone else. Pressured by Remember Palace, he followed the world's informing them. Congressman Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader of the House with reporters outside the capital Physicians Office after that meeting, joined by members of the House Republican Conference, who are also doctors. President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that his administration is considering a requirement that all federal government employees and contractors get the covid 19 vaccine or be subject to frequent testing for the virus. Today, the White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean Pierre, questioned as the president flew to Pennsylvania. We know that the administration.
Fresh update on "monahan" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"A trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure package and a key procedural vote could come as early as tonight. W. T. O P's Mitchell Miller has today on the Hill, Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins as lawmakers finally got where they needed to be. We're still finalizing the details, but we have reached agreement. On the major issues. The announcement follows weeks of intense discussions over how the package would be paid for. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's glad to hear of the progress. We are rooting for it. We very much wanted to pass. Pelosi says she can't commit to the measure until its legislation and comes to the House. The bipartisan infrastructure plan would proceed. Democrats efforts to pass a so called human infrastructure plan on their own, which would cost $3.5 trillion on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P New partisan Divisions in the house are worsening, and this time it's over Mask Wearing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called Minority leader Kevin McCarthy, a moron today after he criticized the capital Physicians Mask mandate in the House Doctor Brian Monahan says that because members of Congress travel weekly from areas with higher cova transmission, they should mask up when they're indoors and around others. McCarthy characterized the decision as quote conjured up by liberal government officials who want to continue to live in a perpetual pandemics. Eight. For now, the Senate has less stringent rules on mask wearing. But President Biden is expected to announce new mask guidance for federal workers. And the order might also direct federal workers to either get vaccinated or get regular testing as federal news networks Tom Temin reports. The order will have a big effect in this region if the White House follows through with that order that all federal employees get vaccinated. It would likely include contractor employees that work on site at agencies. In other words, it could affect a million people locally, but it may not go down easily. One law firm that represents aggrieved federal employee says it expects court challenges Tully Rinckey attorneys say no federal law prohibits agencies from requiring vaccines, but it could be challenged on several grounds, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, medical and religious accommodations and collective bargaining agreements. At least one federal mandate is already in place. The Veterans Affairs Department is ordering all title 38. Medical personnel to get vaccinated Tom Temin, federal news network.
"monahan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Monahan. Said at the hearing. None of its doctors would agree to administer. I've Romek confer covert 19. Now you know why I have contempt for the medical profession. That is, example 56. The percentage of doctors who were fools. It's so it's so large that it is It is painful to me painful. I was not aware of it. I was not aware of it. If, uh It's so sad that this upsetting news Not one Doctor in the hospital would administer toe a comatose coma covert patient on a ventilator. The ventilator is safe here. This is safe. Ventilated the kiss of death. Ventilator is safe, but I've Romek tin isn't Internal ethics panel concluded its use could not be justified. Are you? Are you listening to this? Elmhurst Hospital's internal ethics panel concluded its use could not be justified. Comatose covert event. Elated patient He argued that judges should not overrule medical decisions. Oh, God forbid. The court doesn't have the authority to order a medical corporation to use particular medications, particularly when it's an off label use, particularly when the federal government has said it could be dangerous. Who Judge James or L. Pointed to an affidavit from fights. Physician Fight again is the woman who's comatose? Dr William CRA Veer of Orland Park, in which the doctor said he has used the drug successfully for covert 19 patients since last year. If Elmhurst doctors won't don't want to use I've Romek Tim, the judge said they should allow Caribbean to administrate administer it right. Why is that doctor? Less holy than the hospitals, doctors who are cowards. Why wouldn't this be tried if she's not improving? The judge. Yes. Why would we try the Iver make that So masks. After vaccine outside should be one. But I've Romek then on a patient on a ventilator should not be used. This is the sick world induced..
NYPD Cops Can't Take Unscheduled Days Off After Chauvin Verdict
"Is pausing unscheduled days off until further notice and anticipation of a verdict in the Derrick Show. Vin Murder trial a show Bala reports closing arguments in the former Minneapolis cops trial or set for Monday, and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea says the department has been planning how to handle potential protests for quite some time last year. Unrest following the police custody Death of George Floyd resulted in a lawsuit from New York Attorney General Tish James. She called attention to a pattern of excessive, brutal and unlawful force against protesters. In addition to the police Department, the lawsuit also charges the city Mayor de Blasio Shay and former chief of department Terry Monahan, with a variety of failures that caused human rights violations. A show Kabbalah WR news
New York Man Seen Photographing a Senate Desk Charged in Washington DC Capitol Riot
"Seen in a video photography photographing papers on a desk in the U. S Senate chamber during the January 6th siege of the capital, has been charged and freed on bail. Christopher Patrick Moynahan was arrested Thursday and freed on Friday after an appearance in White Plains Federal court court papers say morning and can be heard speaking disparagingly about senators as he rifles through congressional papers and a criminal complaint and FBI agents and a former co worker of Monahan. Identified the 30 Year old Salt Point resident in Dutchess County after seeing him in a video last month. His lawyer declined to comment.
New York attorney general sues NYPD over conduct at protests
"New York State's attorney general sued the New York City Police Department today, calling its treatment of protestors against racial injustice last spring, part of a long standing pattern of abuse that stem from inadequate training, supervision and discipline. Attorney General Leticia James. This lawsuit includes dozens of examples of alleged misconduct during the spring demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd's police killing, including the use of pepper spray and batons on protesters trapping demonstrators with a technique called kept Ling and arresting medics and legal observers. James, The Democrat, was tasked by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with investigating whether New York Police Department officers used excessive force to quell unrest and enforce it. Mayor Bill de Blasio EOS Nightly curfew. She issued a preliminary report in July that cited a clear breakdown of trust between police and the public. James is seeking reforms, including the appointment of a federal monitor. Oversee the department's policing tactics at future protests and a court order declaring that the policies and practices the department is during the protests were unlawful. Lawsuit in federal court named the city Mayor de Blasio, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea and chief of department parents Monahan as defendants. Attorney General James criticized de Blasio for saying the use of Kent Ling was justified and Schaeffer saying that the NYPD had a plan, which was executed nearly flawlessly when officers aggressively cracked down on protesters on June 4th in the Bronx. In June at the height of the protests, Mayor de Blasio was accused of misleading the city when he told reporters that he personally saw no use of force around peaceful protests even after officers had been caught on video moving on demonstrators without provocation and bashing them with batons. De Blasio said he met with Attorney General James yesterday and that they share the goal of pushing for major police reforms such as implementing recommendations in previous reports on the NYPD is protests response. De Blasio, also a Democrat, said, however, he did not agree that lawsuit was the solution.
"monahan" Discussed on Doughboys
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"monahan" Discussed on Doughboys
"Agree with that in the same state as do far. It's ju- we'll mitch. Our guest may have some opinions on this actually. Don't know a but but we're thrilled to wait. I want to quickly say yes that we have to have a word for win. It's like tragic choose. You know what. I mean doesn't tragic choose work tragic jews. It is breaking. Choose and tragic jews. There's breaking choose that our guests. We'll like we'll see it. Do your intro thing wider. Wait what's this up. positive breaking. choose. Well i mean it depends. You might think it's tragic shoes will dino was just telling me about it okay. We'll get into this. We'll get into this now. She's a writer from crossing swords on hulu and earth gene ed which is now streaming on disney plus. Maggie monahan is here. Hi maggie thanks for having me thank you for being here. You are in new england right now and shrewsbury massachusetts. Wow the shrews ruse. I don't know if anyone calls with that. But i doubt i would give it. A try is a suburb of westchester. Which is in the hat of massachusetts. Wow worcester my sister went to assumption college in worcester so i know worcester westerwelle it is. It is quite the city. Now i feel like worcester is it's been. It's gotten a nicer right. Like i feel like there's a like a like a really cool korean restaurant that i went to unfortunately like lots of stuff right now. It closed so that would be sad choose. I believe tragic shoes. Yeah but I been a pleasant surprise every time. Come home they have a steamer cooler things here in there and then also just like the classics too. So well choose. You can lose like. That's that's so. I don't want anything to do with that. That's bad that's choose. They could lose at sounds like it was. That is that based on shoes. You can lose. Is that based on something shopping lies. It seems weird. Well there's news you can use so it's kind of a double ton of shoes. You can lose the double pun wags okay. That's a bridge too far. You never you never you never. You're never double punit. Babe say you see you hear that enact one and then enact three someone opens it and pulls it off. And that's bad day. Hey babe wet welcomed. Snl you never doubled. Dennis miller that so that was some of his sage advice in the eighties when he's the when he was He he he went into the miller. Go into the nineties. Did he get nine hundred and ninety was he. I think he was still a pro. I think i think of the early nineties. And then kevin neal took over. Kevin neal took over. That's right. I was trying to remember of who is between him and nora kind of forgotten weekend. Update news segment. I liked to delightful. Here's okay well. You're going to because i gotta get to the breaking jews. I was going to do. I was going to. I wanted to talk about magyar. You a taco bell fan at all. I'm not an ambivalent i'm in bill.
"monahan" Discussed on Doughboys
"For me this next year. Going to get a little chewy man. What a what a big swing that would be. If they reboot disney. Does this the reboot. And they're like. We're getting rid of the tall scandinavian guy. We cast to replace. Peter mayhew were just using mitch as himself. No makeup no suit and then me who's who who gave all the star wars sequels a hard time all these years. Yeah gets to get to take it. Why i would be on the wrong end of it. You'd get some backlash for once or maybe people would love it or you know what would be like this. Is the star wars of old. Guess what you freaks two. We would be good. I'd make it good choice already. Joey's not if you have a problem with the new disney star. Wars is not the problem she was doing. Great wykes we got we got. Yes i agree with you to choose great but i got some breaking jews. We i mean we gotta go over this. We talk about it quickly. Yes that the mexican pizza ensured a chicken or to get and taken off the taco bell menu outrageous. Everyone's text me about everyone's upset. Yeah outrageous i mean this is just. It's too much. This is the final straw. Wise with the hill truly truly baffling decisions from taco bell and its parent company yum brands. No idea quite what they're doing a rudderless ship. It's bridge too far a bridge too far. What does bridge far. Does that mean like the bridge went too long and then people driving off of it. Yeah i think. I think that's what it is or it's too far away. You can't get their fuck. Wanna go visit the golden state bridge the golden the golden gate bridge too far. That's a bridge too far now. Making that drive. I agree with that in the same state as do far. It's ju- we'll mitch. Our guest may have some opinions on this actually. Don't know a.
New York Police Officer Suspended Without Pay After Being Caught On Video Saying ‘Trump 2020’ Over Patrol Car’s Loudspeaker
"Scott Pringle reports the video shows the officer using a bullhorn to say Trump 2020 over the patrol car loudspeaker. Now police commissioner calls this unacceptable, saying officers cannot be political while working. These folks are reacting. You can use it. You are jealous of Assad Protest? No, maybe warning. But this guy says if this officer is going to be suspended, and so should the chief of police who took me The black lives matter. They should be totally neutral, referring to chief Terry Monahan months ago during protests the moon could contain more water than was originally thought. A NASA officials said today that part of the surface of the
Why Meditation is Not About Stopping Your Thoughts
"Coming, up on this week's mini episode of the broken brain podcasts. The reason you're meditating is for the other. Twenty three hours or twenty three and a half hours in your day. You're not meditating for that moment. That's not where the dividends show up in your life. I've worn them drew pruitt host of the broken brain podcast. If there was something, you do every to boost your focus and productivity feel energized, reduce stress sleep better. Maintain a positive outlook and support Paul by health. Wouldn't you do it? In this week's mini episode of the podcast I, speak with Megan Monahan Emily Fletcher and Light Watkins all three of my dear friends about the common myths about meditation, the Science of Meditation and how it impacts the brain and how to bring meditation into your life in a practical and tangible way. Let's listen in starting with my interview with my dear friend Megan Monahan a certified choper meditation teacher and author of don't hate meditate. So the number one thing that I hear all of you come up to me or you spiritually slide into my DM's and you think that you're going to get out of meditating by saying to. To, me, He Meghan I try to meditate I. tried to start my thoughts. I try to silence. My mind just can't do it. So saying, but I can't do it and and I will happily retort with as long as you have a pulse, you're going to have thoughts. Meditation is not about stopping your thoughts and silencing your mind I. Don't know who created that sound bite, but it has just been haunting all of teachers for ever and ever and ever at this point. So be really okay with the fact that you're going to have thoughts meditation I like to say that meditation is it's almost like eavesdropping. So. If you can recall a time when you are in public member when that happened and we would be overhearing a conversation, maybe you're in a restaurant, maybe you're on a training maybe out in the world and you overhear a conversation most of the time you're not going to jump into a strangers conversation and input your thoughts, right? Because that would be strange. That's kind of like what meditation is meditation is when you get to start taking a step back and just eavesdropping. Eavesdropping on the activity eavesdropping on your own boss eavesdropping on sounds that you can hear or physical sensations in your body, and it's just creating space between you and that activity and practicing doing that while you're meditating and then taking that sort of mental strength that awareness outside of meditation and putting that into practice when you're in your waking state meditations, not about stopping your thoughts number. One thing that I hear. So if that's your excuse, sorry, you have to meditate. The other people say to me a lot and it will happen after class or after with client or whatever it is. They'll say, oh, that was a really good one and I always stop them. And and just reframed not a bit because I. Think we have this expectation that. That it should feel really relaxing that it should that we should have some insight that we should maybe have some Aha moment that maybe we have some clarity navy. We feel a deep sense of stillness that we had access to all of a sudden there. These very cool meditation, need very technical term moments that you can have when you meditate and it's cool when those happen. If any of those things, I just described show up if you see colors if you. Feel a connection to yourself. That's really dope and those meditations are really fun. But that meditation is just as good as the meditation. I did this morning where my fire alarm went off in the middle there. Equally good one was just more fun. When was more enjoyable. The only bad meditation is the one that you don't do. So I think the other the other myth that I would kind of dispel as that nothing needs to happen for it to work in the moment, you just have to do it not on link working out. You know if I'm if I go out for a run, there will be days when when I am running. Running in two minutes in, it feels like I have never run before in my life, and it's so laborious and meaningful, and then I have the days where I feel like I could run marathons on all of those runs were equally beneficial. I just liked one of them were. So basically advocating for the removal of judgment on a medication. Yes. Like the expectation because what happens so to just push it a little bit what happens when we do say that was a good one or somebody says, oh. Man I really knew that that was a good one. What's the fear or what's the concern when somebody judges a meditation as good or bad? So number one, I think with any kind of judgment. It stops being a neutral place for you and I think one of the biggest blessings of meditation is that it's this kind of neutral landscape that you get to rest, and so I think if you have an expectation is already a sense of meaning that you're applying to it that isn't going to serve you and and I think you've set yourself up. Up to two, almost have an out which I'm not a fan of I. Think we should all meditate every day for the rest of our lives. So if you have a string of meditations where it doesn't feel great, you're kind of Ansi or where you hear the leaf blower every time or where the dog is bothering you. Then all of a sudden. Oh, it's not going. Well, I'm gonNA stop doing
Very different, symbolic hajj in Saudi Arabia amid virus
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Trump defends disproved COVID-19 treatment
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AMC, Universal agree to shrink theatrical window to 17 days
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No prosecution in alleged 2019 assault on comedian Andy Dick
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Watchdog group: Trump campaign improperly masking payments
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Source: US, Oregon in talks about pulling agents in Portland
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Contentious 5-hour House hearing with AG William Barr concludes
"Attorney General William Bar, spending several hours on the hot seat in front of the House Judiciary Committee. One of the top issues was the Trump Administration's handling of the protesting in Portland and other major cities where they sent federal officers to contain any violence. CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry's on Capitol Hill Attorney General William Barr delivered a full throated defense of federal officers response to protesters in Portland. Since when is it okay to tryto burned down a federal court? Is that okay? Hey, Democrats accused bar of using federal officers to help the president look tough on crime. President wants footage for his campaign ads and you appear to be serving it up to him as ordered. In most of these cities, the protests had begun to wind down before you marched in and confront the protesters. George Lord's death under the knee of a police officer sparked the protests. But the nation's top law enforcement officer His police are not the problem. This is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, A DC National Guard officer Adam DeMarco was in Lafayette Square the evening of June 1st and says a park police warning did go out to protesters. But the announcements were barely audible, and I saw no indication that the demonstrators were cognizant of the warnings to disperse. He also tells a house panel he was deeply disturbed by the rapid sweep of the area that included pepper spray and some officers using their shields on a crowd that he viewed as peaceful. But acting Park police chief Gregory Monahan's As protesters had been violent that day and defends the quick action so offense could be put up. In the hours after President Trump walked across the park and held up a Bible outside of ST John's Church, there is 100% 0 correlation between our operation and the president's visit to the
Barr, Park Police distance Trump from clearing of protesters
"The head of the U. S. park police and the U. S. Attorney General are denying allegations by house Democrats that the action at Lafayette square on June first was a test run for the deployment of federal agency forces against protesters nationally the head of the U. S. park police Gregory Monahan is denying that his officers turned on protesters near the White House to clear the area for a photo event by president trump there is one hundred percent zero okay relation between our operation and the president's visit to the church appearing at the same hearing major item to mark all of the Army National Guard told lawmakers he was surprised when park police officers certainly mobilized to drive hundreds of protesters from the square use of force against demonstrators the clearing operation was an unnecessary escalation Attorney General William Barr testifying in a different house hearing says the decision to clear protesters was independent of trump's photo op that's that had nothing to do with that Barr said the plan to move protesters from Lafayette square was solidified during an afternoon meeting with multiple agencies Jennifer king Washington
AG William Barr spars with House Democrats over federal agents in Portland
"Attorney General William Barr delivered a full throated defense of federal officers response to protesters in Portland. Since when is it okay to try to burn down a federal court? Is that okay? Democrats accused bar of using federal officers to help the president look tough on crime President wants footage for his campaign is and you appear to be serving it up to him as ordered. In most of these cities, the protests had begun to wind down before you marched in and confront the protesters. George Boyd's death under the knee of a police officer sparked the protests. But the nation's top law enforcement officer These police are not the problem Bar also defending the decision to clear Lafayette Square of protesters on June 1st Lafayette Square, of course, right in front of the White House. It is a fact that the park police reported and I saw myself projectiles being thrown. From that crowd, so I did not consider them peace away. And in a different hearing today, the acting chief of the U. S. Park police, Gregory Monahan, told a different house panel. His out. Officers acted with what he calls tremendous restraint moving those journalists and those
Woman arrested for cane attack on New York PD cops
"Com. There's been an arrest in connection with Wednesday's attack on police officers by protesters at the Brooklyn Bridge, 24 year old that shyness. Reyes is alleged to be the woman seen on video striking officers with the king. She's been charged with two counts of assault on a police officer. Meantime, the NYPD is highest ranking chief. Speaking out about yesterday's attack of officers on the Brooklyn Bridge chief Terry Monahan says it's gone too far. These pure anarchist and this is what we've seen from day one. Groups that have infiltrated the black lives Black lives movement and have tried to hijack it. Monahan suffering minor injuries, while a sergeant and lieutenant
NYPD chief among officers injured at Brooklyn Bridge protest
"In New York, Three high ranking NYPD officers were hurt during a scuffle after a protest pro police demonstrators marching across the Brooklyn Bridge encountered anti police protesters from occupy city hall. At least three officers were hurt, including chief of department. Terry Monahan, the highest ranking uniformed member of the NYPD. A lieutenant and sergeant in his office were also hurt. They had been marching with a pro police clergy group when counter demonstrators started swinging canes and bats. At least 15 people are now in custody. But he said, this is not a peaceful protest. This will not be
World TeamTennis CEO Carlos Silva
"Jon Wertheim here. Sports illustrated tennis podcast. Let us start by pausing for a second of silence to acknowledge that this ought to be the second week of Wimbledon one of the great pinnacles of the tennis calendar. We'll have to wait till next year, but meanwhile we have a good podcast this week. Our guest is Carlos, Silva Carlos as the CEO of World Team Tennis, which has perhaps you know we'll have a twenty twenty season a little bit different, but there will be a series of sixty three matches from July twelfth to August first at the greenbrier. The resort in West Virginia where all the players and all the teams will effectively be bubbled This is tennis's version of. Of what we're seeing, the NBA and this is a a prelude of sorts to the twenty twenty us open but world team. Tennis persists Carlos. Talks about where how and when you can see the matches, but they will be televised on a variety of networks and platforms, and World Team tennis stalwart in the sports since the early seventies will persist, so we talk with Carl's about world team tennis about staging an event amid corona where his league fits into this crazy mosaic, we call tennis and his experience with the sport as well as a former player so good conversation with a guy I've known for for a while. Here's Carlos Silva. Doing Oria I'm good I'm good. Things are good. Where are you? Where are we getting you? I'm in I live in Potomac outside of DC our. Okay so you're you're not far from. The greenbrier of these things go yet now I've been. I've been a few times over the last of the last few weeks, so yeah, it's like it's like three and a half hours from Dallas. All right, so you can, you can You can drive that. So! Yeah, let's start there I feel like. Talking about TV shows like a succession or Ozark but tell us about season forty five. What are we expecting a year? So. I mean as you know we. We have nine teams in season forty five. We had a new expansion team in Chicago there. Unfortunately, not comply in Chicago. Sloan Stevens is anchoring that team along with her coach out Murray. and. And so yeah, we're bringing everybody. We looked at a lot of different states John in Texas Florida. Nevada California, but But West? Virginia felt good It still feels good in the grand scheme of things was based on everything. That's happening, so we're out. We're bringing all night teams the Greenbrier, but we're GONNA. Play a complete season, and so the season will still be fourteen regular season, seven home and seven away. If you will, which will really only consists of. You, know whatever jersey, they're wearing that day home or away. On one court right at the writing a great low stadium that the Greenbrier Scott. I was GONNA. Say I. Commend You on a not picking Florida California. Texas Arizona, you. you picked well. I guess I think other sports are going to be looking at this as a real sort of. Canary in the coalmine to use the West Virginia and. Nobody I think whether it's dope, it or whether it's the Orlando in this NBA bubble. Do you feel pressured to sort of do this? Right for world team, but also I. Suspect a lot of other sports. Outlets are going to be looking at this. Yes we feel pressure? I mean in an I. Think you're right I. Don't think it's just tennis. I think it's sport. You know all of us. I mean the one thing you may have found it to John. I've found that over the last three months. Everyone's been very collegial in. In a weather we're on white. House calls whether we were all together. I mean I talked to Jay Monahan you know about a month ago before before their season started because they were GonNa go to tech says, and he gave me some great feedback on what they were doing with testing, and so yeah, we do we. We're We're trying to be very diligent and we're also trying every day to make sure that what we're doing. We're still analyzing it every. Every day, no as I told my team and we've told the players you know until August second when someone raises the King Trophy we gotta be diligent every day, so we've. We've even made a few adjustments as you know we're. We're going to have five up to five hundred fans in the stadium right halls, twenty, five hundred, and originally those fans were only required to have a temperature check, but about five days ago before everything a little bit. A little crazy over last five days we decided that we would add masks in for the fans as well and so all all. All the fans will also have mass in the stadium. And you know with the way we thought about that as you can always take the masks down at feel better, but better to be a little safer so Yeah, there's there's definitely a low pressure. I think we're up forward and I think we're going to show everyone how how we can be safe and be. Operationally smart every day. It's a five hundred fans as of today is the number you're working with. It is yeah. Yeah, and what? We got I don't know if you've ever been to that stadium, but it's a great little Horseshoe Horseshoe stadium around the court with a lower bowl at an upper bowl, and so the you'll either by a lower bowl, general admission, ticket or bowl, general admission ticket, and then every other rose blocked, and then the Oscars will social distance. Distance when you come into the stadium, so if you came John with your family, you'd be able to sit with your family. But if I came with my family, we'd sit together but I wouldn't be able to sit next to your family. We'd be six feet away and so and so that that works and we'd. We'd all at mass in the in the stance.
New York - De Blasio To Sign NYPD Chokehold Bill
"De Blasio is holding off on signing the NYPD Chokehold Bill Scott Pringle has more bill bans police choke holds in all situations, but wording it was added right before the council passed it, saying it bans officers from sitting kneeling or standing on a person's chest or back while making an arrest. Mayor Deblasio I am concerned about the wording that was at the last minute. I know the NYPD is NYPD Chief of department Terry Monahan calls the bill inside. Ain't saying cops are now hesitant to enforce some quality of life issues for fear of being prosecuted. I'm Scott
"monahan" Discussed on Mom Brain
"Much greg thank you guys you all right guys that was greta i am going to listen to this one again and again make sure they have like all my notes taken just because it's it's something that i have spent some time thinking thinking about given my family history and you know my own experience with finding a lump in my breast but also just because i'm i'm getting to that age will really start having into think about it and early detection is really a lifesaver so i think that she is doing such a great service to all of us in teaching i really think she needs to write like the best the best friend girl guide to be kicking this was just a kidney cancer as kicking as like she really has do that 'cause she has so much to give yeah i just just go back to that feeling of there are no accidents and you go through things and you know take what you can from them and i feel she is just constantly looking for the silver lining in this experience and and you know just being able to prepare other men and share her experience and share her story so that people who are afraid to have answers there's or afraid of what they might find don't wait till it's too late you know and i i just thought that was so generous of her and l. greta she's one of my favorite things i feel like she credit is my favorite thing this week but it's time for our favorite things have avid sags so today my favorite thing is the beach waiver hair iron because i am terrible at blowing up my hair and making it look nice and i i will for years i was terrible at it and for years i would always have to have my hair professional blown out and then i discovered the beach waiver and news because it's like i i love that fit curl finishing because i can blow my hair out but then it's just straight curling your hair allows you to have some kind of movement of it and it doesn't look just alex brearley nineties like straight straight straight look and i was always really bad at using heroin i would like burn myself get tangled in i would get bored halfway through and it was like this whole thing so then there's those other instruments that like your hair like stuck in it and i was always afraid there was going to pull my hair out so the beach waiver is this curling the iron and it has like this little clip and then it has a button and so you put your hair in like the clip and it just goes around at you guys have to look at like youtube videos of it it's it's absolutely amazing and even for me who is a complete hair done i can make my hair look nice with it so i highly highly recommended it's something that i will not travel without and that is my favorite thing my favorite thing this week is actually it seems like such a straightforward thing everyone has a thermos but i i am invested in yeti rambler cup because i was like where can i find a hot mug that's gonna keep my thirty two ounces of tea hot for whenever i feel like drinking it because you know as a mom like you make yourself you not your coffee and by the time you come back to drink it is ice cold and i'm one of those people like i cannot eat ice cream if it's even slightly melted it needs to be ice cold and i cannot drink particularly things that she consumes well especially because i'm allowed like my one cup of coffee a day because my body does not process caffeine while so i have my like one special caffeinated beverage day and i really wanted to be as perfect house and that's super important for my tea which usually is not caffeinated with all mothers not not all the time anyway but i i like to drink a lot of it on elect drink at hot and this yeti mug keeps it ha- i swear to you i can put boiling.
"monahan" Discussed on Mom Brain
"In backs no no one would believe that you've been through this at all any part of it and i do want to say i knew about the cold cap therapy because i think katie lee had posted a picture you guys in in it together and she you in the room with you i should say and i just i wanna say i think that you bring so much joy to people but i really want to commend you on letting people try to support you through this and try to feed you and fill you up and like i know your friendship is so beautiful and i it is he's not thinking i would i would have everyone to chemo yeah in the beginning yeah in fact i was looking for a private that is slated room that i could lock off in in my head and i actually went and toured so it's very very re just perceptive you're very perceptive to pick up on that and it's i thought thought i do not want one person to see me i told my husband i didn't want him to come quenneville fashion a little bit like that and i was like you don't need to do all this like this i just can power through through i'm gonna do it myself and i have a completely different feeling on that now and i i remember the anxiety going in because i i knew that on the first day it wasn't possible for me to have a private room that i'd be in a room with three with two other people getting chemo and i remember i i went to my doctor and i said i just can't do hey this can't i do can wait i'll wait and do at the end of the day i'll do it overnight like is there any way could just be alone and she was she touched me on my hand and she's like i am promising you i know you think you want to be alone now do not want to be alone there is so much to gain from being with other women and from having this community i know it's just in your mind it's it's the furthest thing from what you can you can think about but in so i was really down on it and the whole thing changed i ended up i literally was scheduled friends like on on the hour for chemotherapy they bring coffee snacks tea and helped my whole ten hours go so fast i never felt the ice cream headaches or the coal cap headaches because i had all all of mine credible girls there from school and the other moms would come and they'd bring me all sorts of stories of how their kids irritated them that morning and we would just get into it and uh help the day go by and honestly equally as important or the days that i were with i was with the other patients because there's always someone no as it worse off right so not because that was oh my gosh i feel so much better because i heard her story but women are so incredibly generous and it's a little bit like if we were all all kind of in a jail cell when you first walk in people like saudi in for your it's very like and so you go in like hi my name's greta mill like what are you in for an after few weeks did be new people starting and i was like high grad what he in for and we would just like we would own it and talk about it and be open about it and you know i have this this whole community of people and friends who've done so much for me who they never met we were strangers they never thought they would and now i had a woman on my last day yesterday yesterday she reached out to me from a friend of a friend and it ended up that she booked her chemo the day of my day because it was her first one she was really frightened and i said betty lou let's meet i sent her all sorts of the shampoo and all the things she should have for the coal cap and we met yesterday and she wrote me this morning show you guys the the the tax was so sweet she's it i just can't tell you how good i feel and how amazing it felt because i was so stressed out that i couldn't even th- they sent me to a psychiatrist and the psychiatrist couldn't even help me but just talking to you and non doctor obviously with nothing else to say except shared experience made me feel i could walk in there strong and just having the day we had had i know i can get through this these next eleven you you've given a gift to a lot of people on membrane we ask what your favorite thing is well i'm loving cowboy boots let's see what you see with the low he'll because i've kind of embraced i love i'm a high hill this is my thing all the time usually but i am i'm finally i'm like last of the party but i'm finally on the midi the midi he'll as they call it and i felt like being like five one being a mom unfortunately not being an exercise queen though i i always look to youtube for inspiration trying to get back to my pre kid size in with my new boobs they'll be so cute when i come back here you're going to be like wow uh-huh and so like the midi he'll and i feel like i'm embracing the fact that you know i'm going to be like always under five that's okay so these are toga it's it's still investment purchase but it's you know really good kind of high good fashion good construction easy to throw on you can see super lucy you're struggling to get it on and off and it's sort of that that boot you can wear anywhere i've been wearing dresses and sweatpants and i just throw them on and kinda mix them into everything i also like the white you can see this kind of what i call ice white yeah you can totally wrong pure white boot or pure white shoe because all of the rules are out the window but i just want to call it off wake daime it does see i should've left it to you uh-huh i'm loving matt thank you so.
"monahan" Discussed on Mom Brain
"My boobs john after i'm done i mean all these kids don bellybutton i tap but is it something do you think they can you be proactive about and be like hey you know what i'm done using them for their particular purpose let me just do this anyway guests will they told you i wanna come back with my with my surgeon my my reconstructive surgeon dr mehta mar she has made the so positive she's such an empowered woman you'll love her she was the one i walked in and i said okay all all of the all the male reconstructive doctors have gone to have said that i can't save my nipples not because of the cancer but because i have so much i have so much sag from breastfeeding and she she said let let me see she said take off your shirt cited wait i just didn't even do anything by protocol she's like oh please unbuttoned she looked she goes that's ridiculous i've had all sorts of kids we you can get those backup don't worry about it it'll be fine and i was like you would never think that was like a cancer appointment and i was like i love you my friend not going to be cancer or mommy shamed into thinking i have to look worse after this or feel worse about myself more importantly it certainly number one to get the cancer out let's talk what else can we do and she's so amazing i actually just saw her in sort of at the rewind to to tell you bring you where i am now of had the double mastectomy i had the expanders put in i did have an infection in july so one had to come out so i'm a little upset at now however it's temporary and now i just finished my i wanna cheers of you guys might cheers my twelth round of chemo yesterday so this feels so good to be here so very good question chemotherapy yesterday i'm done which was twelve twelve weeks in a row every wednesday all day in what that'll it'll turn into now is chemo is done but i have a targeted therapy called her sefton because i have a her two positive cancer so her two positive needs it gets a special treatment all individualized treatment which goes a year but it's only once every three weeks and i'll be in and out of there for two hours and i wanted to wear a cold cap or have concerns about the side effects of neuropathy that comes with chemo so it's revolutionized just curates and her substance incredible and again again you have to look for the silver lining do i think it sucks up cancer sure but in my amazed and fortunate that the women before me did not have these choices and i have obviously credible options because there's been so many breakthroughs in the last ten years her sefton is is less than ten years on the market so to think that i could have that along with all of the other other benefits i didn't have as you can see at en- lose.
"monahan" Discussed on Mom Brain
"Tell we've had like twelve cups does while rates you glad the gig there's a couple of things that i think are important our listeners one year going through chemo right yeah chemo and radiation radiation just just me most up to chemo and and did you do that just as a precaution so lemme lemme i i i want to i'm coming to that i wanna talk because you talked about your self examination i think so important and i think it's also this is one of the things i want you to know that as small as mine were on the left as small all as they were there was one very superficial one of my lesions that was close enough to the surface that had i been doing breast examinations regularly and i was i was familiar millier with my breasts in the way that you just describing familiar with work yours i might have been able to feel it so just as a pause because i wanna commend you for continuing to to be there we have to touch ourselves once a month we have to feel and the thing is it's not about it's not about being frightened as alaria said to locate located bump because i know you know daphne we do get bumps we get bumpy with every single period some people more than others some people listen to others that's just the way were built so it's not that it's about the getting familiar to know the changes now you are familiar with your one area so what's amazing is that because you're there every month because you're paying attention doing doing that self care and to me that's categorically self-care you're gonna know if there's changes it's the changes that must be marked and highlighted your doctor so that's just part of of it and so for me i like to be really super clear and honest i was not doing those yes i was getting my mammography every year yes i was on time time i was probably doing my breast examinations once every three months you really the key is according to most doctors do it once a month one week after your period when your hormones settled down so that you can have a baseline in no that that e- you should be pretty familiar and consistent that one month so again again not to be hound but i think it's really important wanted to own up because you have great about saying that you you know you're on it you're always making sure not check that area really important it's as since i've become a mom i've been and much in some ways much better at taking care of myself in terms like the big win like i have a cold is i'm not taking myself but in terms of that kind of stuff i'm just because one of my biggest fears my biggest fear something happens to my kids my second and my husband my second biggest fear is something happens as often and then they don't have mommy anymore mind that was the one that always bring me to tears while i'm glad you answer that 'cause i was one of the things what was what can we do and just a you know screening now when we're done having kids and we've had you know fund you know silly episodes in the show where we talk about you know getting our boobs deng mike are like wanna get my boobs john after i'm done i mean all these kids don bellybutton i tap but.
"monahan" Discussed on Mom Brain
"And i was like pow now you don't think they're listening to you never so daphne i think it's you know look where when we're loved we're blessed and so it kept me smiling all the way through and that's big that's a big part of it and you know circling back to the beginning of the conversation and just you allowing me to share here i feel like every time i share talk about this someone direct messages me a total stranger someone text me from a family only friend back at home or at facebook and says oh it's so great you know i heard you because i booked my appointment or i just did my myself breast examination i haven't done in years there's you know and it's just that's so empowering it makes you feel you're talking to save lives yeah and even more gritty than that it makes you feel like you are facing facing a bully in school yard you just kicked him in the ass because it makes you feel like you're really doing something to help someone else and you said it'll even if the even if the even if the result is in great if it's early you are in an amazing position and that's we just have to be shooting eating for that we have to be praying of course when we go in for all of our diagnostics or were doing our self breast aunt examinations that you know we know we all want we want one only good news but if there is something there to take care of we must wanted early and so that's why we have to take on all of that responsibility to do that and get an tom and that's what's so scary about it is what exactly what you're saying at the beginning like it's almost like you just don't wanna face it don't wanna deal with it i have a ben pregnant and breastfeeding for many many many years and i developed a lump in my left bras and while i was breastfeeding leo i had to have the when they put the needle yes when the needle by by abc and then i had to pump for days after because you're their milk is bliss guess yeah and it ended up being fine but i still have it right and it's one of those things where if i'm in the mirror every single time i raise as my arm and i had this idea and she told me she was like nope one hundred percent this is this is completely by mostly are and they mostly are benign but it it got me starting starting to think because all of a sudden it's interesting you go from being really young you don't think about these things to all of a sudden you have to think about this and you have kids and you have to be responsible everybody he seems to not be okay if you're not there it's so true you know and it's so much it's just it's stressful but i remember the waiting as you call it the waiting for my doctor to call me and she was amazing thing she called me and she said everything is fine she didn't say hey dr because we know you pick up the phone uh-huh yes or no please yes that's why i think with mine she was like i'm sorry i just wanted to get it she's acumen she wasn't going to like get you know clinical on i just wanted to be first to human and that's great that she said that that she did that with you coming up i want to tell you about our sponsor forcing matic instead of a regular cup of coffee start your day off with four four sigmatic mushroom coffee i know it might sound crazy mushroom coffee but it tastes good and you should try it has half the caffeine double the mental clarity and don't worry great it tastes like coffee not like mushrooms.
"monahan" Discussed on Mom Brain
"This is going to be me now and that's what i wanted to do and i think i'm so inspired by that and love that got it wasn't my choice but that is a choice so in that case you can just go with one surgeon the other choices to zip up and then deal with the team after the fact if you know you wanna pause and do reconstruction separately the most common one is to do two teams at once in start immediate reconstruction but it's starting writing and i'll break that down starting in that first surgery because you can't do a you it's difficult to do let me say this difficult to do in most cases a a full insertion of an implant it the same day you remove all the cancer it can be done but you have to be a candidate for that and usually that's a much smaller smaller busted person you have to make sure the blood supply can tolerate that stretching and the and everything that goes into the healing process so it's done but it's done at a a smaller percentage the next choice became am i going to do implants or am i going to do what's called a flap surgery or surgery that would involve taking off fat from another part of my body and having microsurgery team come in and actually put my own tissue back in the areas where it's an amazing amazing you guys if i didn't have old little child that was desperate to climb all over me the healing is longer so and and so in in can have some complexities but the healing is definitely long surgeries longer so though in theory i thought that was my go-to when i understood understood how how long i'd be down as a mom it backed me into the classic way of doing what's called immediate reconstruction which is remove all of the cancer i had and then i had what's called expanders placed expanders are more of a rigid it's like a rigid ziplock bag you could actually let you feel galaxy can feel it because you can actually feel it crunchy it's not the best feeling the world but they go in there because right at that moment they have to make pocket under your muscle so so between your chest wall and your muscle because again this is not augmentation which is a big confusion you know having sex me as not just general augmentation of your breasts ask because they're so they're calling out all your breast tissue so you're left with a lot thinner skin the blood supply is really important to get that reconnected acted to get that working in my case i had a nipple sparing mastectomy so i was very lucky to keep my nipples and that was so important to me i i was very tired people get them like tattooed absolutely but for whatever reason i i i i felt less i felt less emotional about losing whatever breast tissue is losing and more motion about losing that part of my net me and probably because we do have so much history you know we do we breastfeed we it's part of you and it just was something that if i was in my situation i was searching for someone a team that would really give it a try so but they put expanders in which i had in and then then you basically go into the office after you heal the first six weeks they start to fill the expanders and that actually stretches that gently stretches over over weeks in a very subtle and minimal way that expanded by filling it little by little you get to the size in place you want to be and then you do what's called an exchange surgery injury and that's when they put the actual soft whatever soft implant you're going to be in now you start to feel and be normal state yeah it's a lot it's a lot of steps confessor at this point on my you're so it's wonderful to get to hear that from the get yes it's like all the you know an generous of you to share so many the details of your specific experience and it is such a i it is so powerful to have the vehicle of your information is almost as important as the information itself because to hear it from a survivor to hear like even in your own journey to hear the anyone anyone can give advice in a vacuum but when you've actually lived at it's much it's a very cares here is a very different emotional way and also i'm curious to hear a little bit more f- from you about how you dealt all along at you you've been so successful in so many things you've had a plan of attack in a lot of what you've gone through here and i'm sure that gave you a lot of comfort and you did you had an amazing support reports is in you had access to great doctors thank god thank god you had the gates were opened and in many ways but i'm curious how something he will always say about you guys like like you have the most positive infectious energy and this is not an easy thing to deal with and i'm curious how you've is it having a plan is it you know looking looking out for your for your young sons and you're like what which you know is it great thing anna negative to like we have to we say a lot on the show put your own put your own oxygen mask on first and and we it's hard for us to take care of ourselves first but instances like this make it so clear that we have to how have you maintained that really positive energy throughout definitely i think having our children there's a need for a filter right in it's not just a need it say it's a requirement requirement because you don't want no matter what type of terrorizing you know reality you are aware of you want to keep your children in a well well in safe state of mind you know so that was really fun of mine and i start with that just to answer your or to to try to address your kindness around around you know and it's wonderful to hear people think and positive i am but i want to make it really clear in real keep it real i was scared to death i mean i i still wake cup mornings and think i hope it's not a you know i have to talk myself and meditate three that and gives some moments to that i will not be anything but untrue where we're adults and this is what we're talking about in so but there is there is this incredible magic that you get from your children be end your and your husband when you know of it you know this entire house you know and the energy it lives in runs off during this challenge there's an opportunity to make it a lesson on how we deal with crisis assists there is such an opportunity for me to rise above what i'm really feeling and try to stretch and reach for a better place which i know ultimately will serve irv me in maintaining my energy and helping me to really face this fight in the best case scenario mentally that i can so so much much of it i think comes from kind of just but just taking point of view on how you wanna see your environment be in how you you want to be for the rest of the people that are in your boat because yes it's in my body but certainly as the mom of the house you know as we all know we set the tampa the tone and really have so much to do with how comfortable everyone's feeling and so that was a big motivator and i think that is a built in an huge bonus when life goes bad it's also a big responsibility but i definitely you know i think i it was amy from good morning america like i had watched her have an interview in roebuck when she was diagnosed and i remember her saying you know robin asked her she said well weird you where'd you get upset because she said i don't want my kids to see it ever when i'm upset and she said i cry in the shower so like that even just listening to her story when i felt overwhelmed i would jump jump in the shower like all times of day and night because it was a place i felt like i could just have a minute to be upset even not wanting ricky ricky's very emotional uh-huh he's an actor and i was like oh boy i can't get him started waterworks he's a better cryer soap operas for twenty five years so so i was like kay this is my moment and i would do that you know and it wasn't about hiding from them i definitely was very important from my nine year old because when they're older you know we needed to have a real talk and my husband was really uneasy about me telling kyw had cancer and what that meant and you know he he went when i told my son guy was like mommy because we have one person in our family passed from that c word and it was a really hard thing i had to go in their our understanding he would link that up and that we needed to be prepared to break it down and why auntie linda's cancer was not my cancer and that you know cancers a scary thing no matter what and it was a lot in he my son said to me mom he said he said can i go into school and share this with my classroom and my teacher so i can get more support and i was like why are are you so amazing i'm we're like you know it was just such an unbelievable moment so they give us back things that are so healing and so incredible boland's so inspiring he was eight and i i knew he didn't really understand the concept you know but he was eight and that's what he turned it in tooth amazing time i am that our children are growing up and i mean there's so many things of his at all i got the world right now there's this but there's a beauty and it as well because they have have permission to be open in some i mean row where we live where we live and arp definitely in our new york there is this permission to be open and and it really is amazing when children can articulate that they need to have support absolutely you know that they do that because you're the mummy no i i wanna gonna give this school credit they really loved put things we they work really hard to connect the parents with all sorts of things not even big things like this things where they feel the kid socially should talk it out or you're having little conflicts or they're just seeing things and i just love that they're so proactive and so i think he learned a lot of that from thomas as well but it definitely in school that was his safe place and he marched right in there the next day they had their morning meeting and his teacher called me later and told me and she said it was unbelievable he just said my mommy has cancer and i'm scared but she told me that we're going to kick cancer's ass i did swear and i did say to him and he got the biggest chuckle out of it he it was like the totally broke really awkward moment and he told me he said you know just like i had stitches on my head when i hit my head basketball playing in the people to stitch me out they're going to go in there gonna scoop out the cancer and they're gonna stitch her up and she'll have stitches and she'll have she'll have a boo boo and you know he went any told his class all of this.
"monahan" Discussed on Mom Brain
"Absolutely needs to come out the question is how does it need to come out does it need to come out as a lumpectomy does it need to come out as a mistake demy that's really important i am a woman woman who wants to breast conserve whenever i can i want to do the least amount of surgery on you that's appropriate however the number one goal is to save your life and to obviously maximize your cure rate that's real really what the surgical approaches so i don't want to i don't want for us to do anything that isn't enough here and she said frankly because i have a needle biopsy i know you're malignant but what i don't know is really what the rest rest what's going on yes mammography gives us information yes with dense breasts you had the double up of an ultrasound which is really sensitive in great because that shows as such different characteristics to the breast but we haven't yet done an MRI an MRI will abreast MRI will literally light up any sells or digital areas and take an even deeper dive into sort of what's going on be beyond the area that we're sure of right now and i'd feel remiss if i gave you an exact surgical plan without that so that took another week went to go have the MRI the next week followed up and by probably i believe the next that friday of the following week we got back on the phone and she said to me okay so what we're seeing it was she n. susan lee book on the phone in gave me the rundown it's okay so the the MRI shows three lesions no more which is great but it shows something called pho sai pho sai are floating cancer cells potentially they they light up in so what that says to us is that if we try to do a lumpectomy on you especially ashley with the size breasts you have i don't have the biggest i have mom boobs for sure but i do not have the biggest breast tissue breath situation going on and she's like i feel like i'd leave you disfigured figured unhappy and more importantly i'd be afraid that one of those side that are sort of in and around that area i'm just not going to be able to get them out and i need to have the margin clean and clear enough and aggressive enough that i can look you in the face and say this was amazing we scooped we got it were good you know so oh i mean gen- argue with that right i mean she was right on the money so that that was a big change in the road because a lumpectomy i'm giving you all these stop stop downstate you'll tell me if it's too much the lumpectomy is your your one and done with your doctor like your lumpectomy or your you know removals or a little biopsies abc's just check you pretty much deal with an elite sport that person who's a surgical oncologist you go in you get it done and it's pretty much that when when you're talking mastectomy the whole it changes it changes the game in a big way in the sense that a surgical oncologist takes out the cancer now you need a nother team if you are going to do reconstructive surgery so now i'm sitting there and i'm like okay so let me get this straight so i can't just get taken out with you tomorrow even if you have a slot to do it because now i have to go and consult and understand this much larger surgery and so that's a pause for a lot of the people that's a moment and what comes with that exactly at the same time is are you going to do one or are you going to take off both right and that was was a world of i went down a bunch of different avenues to get to that decision and i want to say right here now the most meaningful mm full avenue for me was survivors talking to women who had both a single and a double mastectomy experience the most meaningful the most unbelievably empowering conversations and knowledge came from those more so than the doctors to be very very honest with you so all the surgical consults that is and i felt like i was moving like a freight train because i had wonderful friends i had i don't even know if you know death but our mutual friend and katie had asked you for a recommendation your dad because she didn't use my name but your dad gave her some amazing at columbia who i ended up going to at loved so so i had all these incredible opportunities and took them and i thought it was moving fast and even at that you guys are took me at least two to three weeks to do you know consultations nations thoroughly and that's when only letting him on it in your body all the every minute of that is excruciating and that's where it home you feel it like with your mate because rickie was like let's just go out and i was like i understand but you have to understand this is my body i have to pump dumpty back together again i can't just ride into to this and not know who that other team is a need that connection they do it all at the same time the surgery and they're literally back to back in that moment of the magic to me followed followed immediately by i guess you're already under general anesthesia you have a choice some women so there's i'll give you kind of the three big buckets of choices number one go in get the brasov 'soft zipped them up and walk around undone mets choice lot of women are doing that that's a very modern you know i see a lot of women and a lot of talked a lot of survivors who said hey i just didn't feel any different.
"monahan" Discussed on Mom Brain
"And and just this was from our hearts and our soul we wanted to go with our dreams and really try to have this baby and we knew with me being forty four years old that it was really now or never never you know there was no going onto mocks coming off at forty nine and going back to the f. so it was very much us starting our our family later in life like you know do do we do this what do we do and do we have hope and positivity and we put that to work and we we go in and we take the leap of faith so we did and we were you know and and are so blessed that we got our dreams so i can't i can't i you know say all the time there's no mistakes it just you know there was no guarantee that i was going to get breast cancer sir there was an increased risk but there was certainly many people with increased risk for as you settle aria many factors that it doesn't actually turn out to happen to them and when did you help us your baby when you got diagnosed with him live it's interesting i was diagnosed on april april thirtieth if they had my mammogram i was diagnosed on may i and rio's birthday is made is june twelfth which was almost non-existent birthday because it was you know he was turning to we had a very tiny little cake but we are in the throes of chaos so it wasn't you know we kind of shut down all of the big travel and the family tours and all the things you do which at the time felt kind of iggy but it just was what our family had to do to kind of buckle down down because you had any signs markers anything that you wear you were concerned no so going back to this latest mammogram on april thirtieth of this this year it was my annual i was right on time i've strolled in like you always do getting dressed into my my pink slip you know prior to the appointment and i do you that because i think okay i'm here let me share and try to promote going to get your mammogram because i know that alone is so scary and i had just had all this great information from my doctor dr susan draftsman here in new york who is incredible she runs her own her own diagnostic office which i love because she always has the latest greatest in then informs and educates me on sort of what is new and great and she said to me earlier just like we have all new machines they don't hurt like you're gonna be you're gonna be so excited to talk about this and to get in there and just see how there's been a lot of improvements and i was like great i really wanna share this moment i go in such took my photos in the in the changing room and i waited as i always do i went into you have my my mammogram done everything was going well i was chatting it up with my with my technician i see a lot and you know she took the films she usually the most pretty commonplace they leave the room they show the doctor she came back she said she wants more views i said okay normal i have dense breasts while i wanna break in and out just say dense breasts are very it's important to know and ask specifically if you have that because that means dense breasts are mean that the tissue is you actually they can't get a full read on mammography alone okay and this is where this is a great opportunity to converse about this if we don't ask those questions we may ain't not actually address it ever in our appointments and we may not be getting all of the diagnostics we need to get a really clear accurate picture of our breast health so if you have dense breasts you always will get a mammogram but you do need to get an ultrasound so in my appointments i have two things going on because they we actually give you a rating on the density of your breasts these are all really important things i learned and i learnt them from a great person but it's just something you you need to ask and that doesn't matter where you live where you are we're listening country really important ask because once they write that down your insurance will also cover that which so these really important things so for me first step was the mammogram when she did that they always do a lotta pictures on me just because of my former my age removal they just want to make sure everything's clear in so oh she said okay she's ready to see you now i went in she said okay listen i see a little something that's why we took so many pictures there's a little something on the left side this looks like a calcification it does not look like ADHD me not that highly concerned about it but you know me i leave no stone unturned i'd like you to come in during this month will just take a little needle the biopsy i just wanna throw it under the microscope and just make sure i said great you know i i knew that if she was not raising it to be more concerned than that than i would i was was comfortable she invited me onto the table for my ultrasound ultrasound she started on the right breast started chat about kids in this met and all the things we do she's she's great cheat very thorough she had great okay we're gonna move now to the left breast right looks perfect and clear went to the left breast we continued our conversation and then she went quiet and she said okay i'm sorry i need to interrupt our chat but i need to have you look at the screen i'm going to magnify an area i need to show because it concerns me a lot nicer okay miss she'd never said that before to me in this moment so she did exactly she said she said i see a lesion i want to show you that it's irregular it's very very small that's the good news but there's definitely something there that i do not like the looks of this is not the same concern concern level that i had about your mammography and it is not the same place so we're not going to be waiting to do this we need to do this tomorrow in when i say do this i mean you'll come in you will be in this office and you will have a needle biopsy done it'll be under local it won't hurt had one before so i knew that and basically i will i have an ultrasound assisted guided needle biopsy for you and we will get the results the next day i said okay i kinda took a golf but i was like i don't you know you still feel pretty pause was like i've been through this i know i have some things there she said i need to just let me continue i wanna make it around the whole breast so i laid back she shifted as they do and i shifted my body so she get under up and underneath and she said okay i see something else i don't like and i said to her right then i said susan i said is at the same spot and she said no no this is actually a different site and then i swallowed hard because i just you know this is the beauty of going and having a really intimate relationship with with your doctor that you trust because i knew she would never heighten this wasn't some stranger some dramatic event or some technician that doesn't know another little FYI takeaway go ahead please get a doctor you love please get one that is intimate and invested in you or move on it's our health i'm not i love doctors so this is not dr bashing gnashing it's more about everything in life that you need to find the right fit and the right relationship so she said that and i leaned back she showed me sheep cheap want to the screen she made her to walk me through exactly what she was seeing and why she was you know really calling it out in the way that she was and she said basically this is on another part of the tissue planes so i'm gonna treat it as a secondary site and this is something near but separate we will be up seeing that as well it also had a little arugula to it it was also very small she went one more time one more pass and actually found a third but the third one was in the same tissue plane so she said we don't have to needle biopsy both of those because typically if they're in the same plane you really kind of cousins or sisterly or somehow connected so we'll get all the information we need to get from the two and we won't be poking you all over so basically that was it i showed up the next morning as she directed my husband was with me we did the you know under under such stress and duress we did that moment i mean just yet a pause on that for people who've gone through it because it's definitely you know when your doctors concerned your concern we weren't hysterical but we were obviously rightfully concerned and then she called us at home and said she would about midday april first and we were together we didn't leave each other side and and i just remember her calling and she said i'm so sorry yeah this is malignant and i thought that it would be but i want you to get into a breast ressurgent right away so that was the first and we just kind of i remember you went you said daphne like what about your partner and your husband and that was you go through a lot of things together now you know if you're married long enough you've gone through a lot of things and i remember looking at him and i remember thinking i've never seen that look on his face like bat that is one that was one yet i think larry is scary but like he almost like it was like the blood drain of fix more so than me at that moment and i think i you realize like this is this is such a systemic family shock and it's like you know the book like the sky is falling in like it's just like you know it's just it just fell on us and our lives are perfect lives and to see him you know react with such fear he didn't screamer yell but he just it was like he lost his breath so i we i said okay i said just give us a beat susan we're taking the sin and she said okay i'm gonna i'm gonna go ahead now and because i had a relationship with dr elite support that was great and she knew my history i went to her office i so i got i receive the result on wednesday again i had a very amazing invested invested doctor who his believe me book to the rafters but said i will see you friday at five at the end of my day i'm staying late for you and she didn't really have much to work on except for those initial shoul those initial results and once you're in this once this sort of diagnosis occurs you find yourself in the world test test test test test and then you find yourself in the world of waiting waiting waiting waiting waiting so for those of us that in most of us we all wanna go faster mr and work faster than what we feel the diseases working in our body to get it out to radically eight and to go after it but then you must have the right information along the way so pausing and pacing and working with your doctors and being patient reasonably in those situations is very very trying and sort of that's where we felt we we matter on friday she wanted to look at my what she had she desperately wanted to give me an overview of the what ifs and when i met with her that friday with my husband she said okay we'll this.
"monahan" Discussed on Mom Brain
"The answers we'll figure it out together this is mom brain with alario baldwin and daphne apnea hey guys welcome back to mom brain i'm daphne and i'm alaria and today we are lucky to get to chat with our good find gretta monahan who you all know as a style expert she's been on your television for ever and ever and she's just like the best friend who gives you all the best beauty advice and all the fun things of you know womanhood but has most recently been making news because she's been very honest and open and public about her now conquering of breast cancer but going through the process and sharing very detailed and really important elements of her journey to let other women know how she caught it how she's dealt with it what the recovery from it has been like you know we talk about what your superpower or what's your what's the thing you really put on earth to do and and part of me thinks that her super power was to be this friend to women in a very very real way and to make you feel great when you're around her her energy is so so infectious i mean even literally she finished her twelfth round her twelfth consecutive week of chemotherapy and she is with us on the show today looking incredible which is the least important looking amazing and just still inspiring still positive still incredible i know you guys are gonna love this combo you know that daphne and i speak a lot we talk uh-huh hopefully find it to be endearing you're going to see that we don't talk very much during this so take notes this is so important we felt very strongly in having congrats come on because she has so much to teach us it's not just being wowed by her story but it is really really really a plan of action for all of us because this is something something that's very real and you need to take care of yourself here's gretta monahan a hi gretta monahan i am founder and CEO credit enterprises and comprised of beauty beauty spa fashion all the fun stuff for women we have stores in boston in connecticut and you can find me at at gretta monahan on instagram and twitter waits a how old is your baby now so rio is two years and five months ago so he is he's just he's at like that he looks like and sounds like a little cartoon soon and kyw is so cute kyw's hang kai just turned nine so he's like the big boy he's like my helper i feel like how carman is i have that in chi- he is such the amazing big brother and there's such a big age gap that it's just magical you know everyone warned me they're like he's so set in his only ways as israeli later you guys sure quickly you know and i said well sure or not real is coming so so i mean there's a there's a million things that we want to talk to you about you know you are a fashion genius and you're one of my favorite few people to follow an instagram some always getting ideas on wear and your signature bundle just like this like energy energy you're just like you have your fiery but you know we we've been following along with your with your journey and you were diagnosed with with breast cancer and you are doing wing your journey in such a public way which not only i feel like it's probably very cathartic for you but is helping so many people because you know when we we talk about this a lot of membrane was so many things 'em mom and woman were taught to be really quiet and really silent about it and you know my my grandmother mother died when i was ten and she died of breast cancer and she didn't say anything until it was the size of a baseball because you weren't supposed to say anything and had she said something sooner maybe some jigger would have had a different outcome but there's such a shame that obviously has changed a lot in since she you know she passed away twenty five years ago but but anyway i'm i'm very proud of you for for how vocal you've been i'm i'm and i want to know absolutely everything that you've learned or know all about your story and i want you to know what you can tell us to help us and other women because we l. hoops we all have boobs exactly well first of all i'm so glad that you shared about your grandmother because i didn't realize that and i think it's important so important to kick off with your personal story because it really does surprise me and it has surprised me along this journey where it becomes so intimate with people who are being being treated with me and in my circle and have met so many incredible warrior women but so many of them are not comfortable so what you just said was relevant twenty thirty five years ago but it's also very relevant now and you you both of you are giving me a platform us a platform in giving this audience and opportunity to have a safe place talk about it and i've really learned through just my sharing that i didn't realize how many people are looking for that desperately looking for that especially people people who you know like you said we own our breasts they are ours the biggest risk that comes with breast cancer is being a woman that's it that's a number one if you are a woman you are at risk so i think in just kind of making it general and not only whether or not it's the family genes or all of the specifics which we will cover and i will share everything because yes i've i've talked about it publicly and i obviously i made my announcement on the view on ABC they were very generous and really wanted me at the table to do that and they're such a great family as is the rachel ray show on who has covered everything in my personal life from my IBS CBS struggles all the way through because she and i have been best friends for so long you know coming here and being on mom brandon being able to really kind of break it down talk so openly nothing's nothing's off limits so you said whatever you wanna know whatever we can kind of do here i think it's really important you know your audience so just drive me and help steer steer me into it now share everything i can because i think what you're doing is really important and i've told everyone you know even though it is an october anymore and even though it is breast cancer awareness month month it's more important than ever that we continue to have these conversations twelve months out of the year not to bomb everybody out but on the for me the opposite empower people to be for all of us to be the bosses of our own body and boobs boobs go go if you will back to the beginning because i think one thing that really holds all of us back from getting the information that we need and being able to act on it is fear of what will discover so take us back to before your diagnosis and you know what led you to go down on that path and how did it play out for you okay so let me go back actually five years ago five almost six i was starting to go back to IVF we had had kyw we made a decision and had a little bit of a pause between kids and then we kind of looked at each other and said okay like it's really getting on now we better do do this we're going to try it and even if it's super slim chances it's really something we both wanna do so i outside of my normal annual mammogram i was getting mammograms from the time that i was forty i actually did my first mammogram at thirty eight as a PSA in boston to try to you know encourage women to go get mammogram senate was sort of the it was sort of the change in the elevation of new machines and three team at magara fee and i wanted to be a part of that so i've been advocating an into this just for a very long time especially because my business is all female powered i was a female juice all over the place i ninety nine percent of my my employees are female so my entire company my community my client base my stores my spas so i just i just love that space and so you know it was always really important to me but it is very different to be a patient and then an advocate and so the the experience has been really dynamic so at that point we decided i knew i had to get a mammogram to start IVF just as a baseline and so it was going to be before my year anyway it was probably about eight or nine months so i was a few months shy being do and so i went in and i had routine mammogram like i always did and that was the first time i was ever called in and the doctor said to me hey you know this is weird little cluster in your left brest he's like i don't wanna get alarmed here but i i would like i would like you to get it checked further so i'm gonna send you through to have an MRI and this and that so in the end of the day what happened was i was diagnosed with something called a. d. h. atypical ductile displeasure now you know if you hear about this all the time it's the scariest thing forget about even being uncalled as i finally was recently in being told you have a malignancy or cancer it's even frightening when they say we see something he took us to go back take more pictures that is terrorizing just that and that goes on every day in every almost you know more than half of them maga fees that are happening out there because they have to do their due diligence and they have to check out every little thing that they're saying in addition to that the new technology is so sensitive and i'm sure you know you talk talk about this and hear about this all of you because it's just so sensitive that a picks up a lot of things that are going to be just fine by they need to look into and so in my case it turned out to be eighty h an ADA is a marker for increased risk so that really for us was like whoa because we just they're thinking we're gonna slide through this mammogram jump right on the table and get going with IVF and that caused a pause what ended up happening was i was for referred to see breast surgeon breast oncologist when i met her are we talked out the options and said look i can't leave those in there it's not necessarily going to be that they turn into cancer but due to their increased risk we need to take them all out we need we want clear that area we also want to take a closer look at what's going on and so she did that i had what was called an excision decision biopsy and so that's a bit more than just a needle biopsy which is a typical way to just see if you have more lakes malignancies and so it was ultrasound ultrasounds listed it was a small surgical didn't hurt me at all i wanna make that clear but it was you know a little bit of almost like a little wedge that they take out and so once she he confirmed it was ADHD she sat me down it was dr lee support from do breast center was amazing and a friend and she said look i know you're at a really be crossroads in your life you know you've told me and shared that you came here and you did all of this this kind of baseline business with them getting the mammogram early to to have a baby but i have to tell you that you know as your doctor right now i would actually i'd prefer to see you go onto mocks sutphin because you do have an increased risk to develop breast cancer and you know it's so hard in some ways to to say that because you think oh my god here i am having a double mastectomy i had my last chemo treatment yesterday and i've a lot of people who were vocal and said hey you know why did you do that why didn't you just stop then wasn't one child enough you know and those are all the things you you you you say to yourself but when rio comes running up to me this morning you know fifteen minutes before i left to see you guys i know for sure it was just the right thing it was what i wanted to do when i would do it all over again it's just these are the tough things and the tough moments women are faced with and so in that moment i told her exactly what i just shared with you you you obviously know my decision i said dr port i love you i will continue to be i will get my surveillance i want you to go in there and get it all out and you take care of me as you can but i am going to politely decline i don't want to go on to mock sutphin if i had gone gone onto democracy then it would put me immediately immediately into menopause so that's the side effect of tum oxygen for if you come off of it you may go back onto your normal cycles but you certainly can't get pregnant in while you're honest so you can't get by on it but in theory it could also have been a you can't get pregnant ever potentially i mean the question is you know i was at a later a later age anyway so the factors of then kind of naturally moving into a pera menopause which no one knows when that's hitting i wasn't in that but no one knows what is what is your husband say though when you're making that decision because that's something i think that our husbands our partners scared for you and cares about you and you are their number one priority and you're putting the priority of potentially another human in front of your own life in that regard what was that conversation like so so interesting before i came here i thought a lot about that i haven't talked about him a lot and that it's so important that we talk about our mates you know it's very important and i really learned through this that you know at that moment he was as gung ho as i was even though he had really such a huge shock response to the ADHD discovery into into my increased risk when we got back to who we were as a couple and what are dreams and goals were that outweighed that outweighed in the moment you know.
"monahan" Discussed on The View
"Oh how kind of you oh so nice to have have you back here wonderful well. You know you have had the most incredible career an incredible career really I mean well one of the I would say the top three actresses in our country Conglo Oscars and and you started in one thousand nine hundred seventy six idea and you're still cooking well. Yes who are on the dessert course the times we talk on this show about the industry and how it's filled with sexism and harassment and ageism and everything else and do you think things have changed at all in the years as you've been in the business. I suppose in certain areas but there are others I mean I think ageism exists. It's just you know that that's just nature I mean the parts thin out not so the men though it's little different for the boys will be the Irishman's Richmond's course as he has all these guys in the kid. I know I know and they also in the movie. They all look younger too which is really they go back to when when they were thirty. Nice but no I think ageism awesome is a problem it just is the parts then out. There aren't that many roles written and you know when there is something that comes along oftentimes oftentimes. It's used to be somebody's mother now. Somebody's grandmother on but yes. I think things have gotten better just just because the consciousness has been raised about these issues. There's nothing you can do about ageism. You can do something about sexism. You can do something but ageism. That's just nature. Well you make it look very good and you have to young granddaughters. I do vice to give them. What stories do you tell them about your life that it might be able to help them. I don't tell them all my stories. We talk about you know I mean they understand. You know I mean for me. What was important in my life was the independence and this sense of adventure and saying yes more than I ever said no yes. I think it is a good thing yeah you know. Instead of why be timid about life you know might as well just go for it and I mean so I think they understand that and like you so you know I see them doing the same thing wonder at one granddaughters in the circus and circus performer and the kind of service. It's a children's a circus but they go on tour and she's very powerful and independent and my other granddaughter is equally independent now really yes so that didn't necessarily. I mean it came from Berenson. It came from you know growing up in this time and yeah well. I believe we're in the golden age of television and you and Ryan Murphy are putting out the most premier content of all time I could go on and on. I Love I love of everything. You guys have been doing so we also have this beautiful. New Book of photographs called Highway Sixty one and it's about going I understand you enjoy going on road trips and and what initially drew you to this project of taking photos across the country well because I grew up in northern Minnesota so highway sixty one was the you the highway of my childhood before the interstates were built or whatever and it was as I say in the afterward it was the you know highway along that stretch of highway in all those little towns. I was born my sisters my mother and father my grandparents you know they raised their families. They live they died. It's so it's it's something that's I'm very connected to. It was the road we used to drive to go visit relatives to to go to the county fair to see you know the parades and people like Oh. My Gosh is Jessica. Lang Navin Bob in a lot of those towns I know and I mean part of the way I shoot is to not be observed but then again sometimes I will actually at a certain point engage. You know somebody that I'm interested in. It's usually an emotional reaction to a place place to a landscape to a person to something so yeah hocus beautiful. All interesting are beautiful. One of the pictures that really struck me is on page twenty three minutes of of this little girl phase sisters I love can you can you tell us the backstory as missile girl. That's one of those cases where like I had you know seen her and there was something about her that touched me the way she her face her hair dress and it was at a county fair of course the northern Minnesota and so I kind of tracked her for a while L. Without knowing that she was aware I mean it wasn't like I was stopped her and finally as I taking her picture she turned and looked at me with that. CEO Expression it was like it is also good is the politician. I'm so addicted to even I love everything that you're in and you play these sort of unhinged women. I'm a little unhinged myself. some would say but we had been flat on as well on yesterday talking about all the characters and I love your character dusty Jackson I I do. I do too well. We have a clip you gotTA. Take a look the best if infinity really goes out there and get out the vote and you win the election. What do we get out of it. She really enough sports. Specifically those Disney theme cruises right there accessible so much for hey the hell L. is wrong with you. Reach over someone's plate off. Tau always very compelling to watch. Well always your never boring and that show is amazing. I don't watch stuff like that and I'm binge-watching it because the politicians escapism from the real politician so it's a microcosm of what's really going on right isn't Netanyahu all the the yeah. It's monstrous just like the times we're living in so yeah. We love having you here. Jessica complaint come back again and I have to also just before we go. You've got to see her in the feud. Find Jessica Highway Sixty one is available now streaming on Netflix through next the view lifestyle expert Gretta Monahan opens up for the very first time about the shocking looking health diagnosis that changed her life and what all women can learn from it. Everyone's talking about the five women are hosting the most politically relevant show on ask people come here because they know folks are watching few Republican. You WanNa Make News. Come on this show. I think you've as an incredible where they conversations matter. I think we can clean this up right now. I'm sorry she was treated the way she was treated. You know I think what she wants to say is. I'm sorry for the way I tweeted you not for the way new which read it and that's how the view became the most important political TV show in America. It is raining candidates here on the news. I can't tell you how many times and.
"monahan" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"It's hard to do and now as i'm reading her book. I'm thinking how the heck am. I going to do this with a newborn baby because i can barely get myself dressed in the morning. So how am i going to try and implement meditation but the truth is life will be so much easier if i can figure out how to do that and and even just five minutes just five minutes makes such a difference especially when you're a mom <hes> it's so easy to show up for everybody else and the second that you start showing up for yourself self ever. It just makes it better. It's a domino effect <hes> recently. I haven't been meditating but i started working out with a trainer and it's something that that i thought was like so annoying like gonna live in hollywood and have an l._a. Trainer like you know my schedule's not so oh packed. I can't just go to the gym and i just finally i wasn't sleeping. I've just had <hes> just finally said you know what this is something. I'm gonna treat myself if i if i go see a therapist i feel those benefits and i didn't feel the need to go to see a therapist. At the time i was like well. Maybe this'll be a form of therapy in a way and i'll try it out and see if it helps <hes> because i felt that i needed physical push. That's where i needed to fuel some change so you trusted your gut carousel literally and it's done john wonders and it's just kind of showing up showing up to work making that space for myself and now it's a priority. I tell like you know my husband. That's something that needs to be fit into our schedule and in totally he understands. It's just like i wouldn't show up to make that kind of statement before so for those of you who feel like you haven't been join up for yourself. Try this meditation thing. Try just do yourself a favor. Give yourself five minutes ten minutes whatever honestly go by megan's book because she she does such a good job of just keeping it real with you throughout the whole time reading and <hes> i'm such a fan. I'm gonna make sure my husband reads it after me. Hashtag don't hate eight meditate. That's right. Thanks for joining us directionally challenged and you guys. We have a bonus episode with the exact meditation we did with megan so make sure you download that check within in the app or wherever you listen to your podcast and do yourself a favor don't hate meditate.
"monahan" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"Of course you wanna do that man but how sometimes we fixed in our life that unlike how it should look and what it should look like and that we're going to miss the lab minutes faster being aware and present and yeah yeah open to it. I think if you are not acknowledging what am i big things is like i have the most random metaphors that come to me so that is part of meyer myron tequila snus that shows up in a book but i think if you're not if you're not making it relevant to you and if you're not able to see the way that it is applicable and relevant in the every day which involves technology which involves our workouts which involves how we're eating which involves pop culture it just like how is that fun so you know like if we were sitting in a cave meditating yes we can just talk about like the deepest distilled esoteric essence of all of these things but that's not very fun fun and also this should be fun. I didn't you know i didn't start meditating to become more serious. I used to take very seriously and was very self aware air and now i'm just ridiculous and all of the best ways and that is because meditation makes you later so if you can't have fun while you you are in granted. It's not all it's fun. Games kids you have to like mine out some dysfunction and some limiting beliefs and you have to you today justin metabolize some stuff that maybe won't be the most most enjoyable but at the end of the day you're doing this to be lighter to freer and and so i wanted to write a book that was was fun to hopefully read an experience and i'm telling you it is. I love it and you you guys. If you want to get into meditation. This is such an easy way. To-do it makes it makes it just joins your life starting to part of your life and <hes> go get don't hate meditate even the title fantastic tastic. It has been ridiculously fun to have you here today. Thank you so much. Thank you for leading us in our guided meditation. We always say where can all of our listeners <hes> find you. You can find me on the graham at meg monaghan. I'm putting a lot more a lot more on they're doing is youtube videos meditations and things you can go to my website meghan monaghan dot com and find out where i might be <hes> and say hi adamy in by the book yeah by the book and leave a review. I have to ask everyone's lever view now. It's my new job as responsible author good as you should so we will leave solent revile guys five-star. Thank you ladies okay candace. How was your experience syrian. I was concerned. I also fidget a lot which i that's what i like is that megan specifically says has it doesn't have to be perfect looking meditation what you think it should be to showing up to do the work. You're going to see the results of that outside of the meditation and that's not really how i've looked at it in the past. So i feel like i can be kinder to myself. <hes> that's hugh. I don't have to show up for thirty minute meditation i can maybe just put a five minute timer on my phone and i don't have to feel guilty not if my phone's next to me like this thing like oh. I'm not doing it right because i've got technology in my realm of existence so it just makes it doable <hes> and i like that she even talks about you know in her book. She's drinking an iced coffee and making jokes and you know the pop culture. References are just really in line with how i needed to be. Have meditation explained to me. 'cause i love coffee and i'm like oh great now. Do have to drink tea. Uh-huh i meditate now i can only drink herbal tea and that's not what i didn't know. The idea is that you just accept yourself. However you are right in that moment and try i to meditate and it's hard it's hard to do and now as i'm reading her book. I'm thinking how the heck am. I going to do this with a newborn baby because i can barely get myself dressed in the morning..
"monahan" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"Because my assistant asked me questions, we have amazing conversations. I'm always sharing a climate of. The moment. And we're talking about kind of where we're at in life. So it's kind of like a get to know us right now in the moment, and I like to really see and chat about how the applies to us as a whole and answering all of the questions that you guys have as well. So it's one of my most fun things on the podcast that I get to do because I get to kind of get more intimate with you guys in answer your questions and get to know you so go check those out, and if you would go leave a review, you might get to win a gift so to take on the show. I have an amazing woman that I was really excited to connect with. And that is Heather Monahan. She is the author of the confidence creator. And that is what today's podcast is all about we focus so much on how you can get more confidence. Even if you don't think you're naturally confident person really bus. Sting the myths on confidence really talking about what it looks like to build in create that thing that you want or just learn some of these skills that you can take into whatever you're doing now, whether that's your relationships, whether that's your life. Whether that's confidence in the gym. Whether that's creating what it is that you need to go to that next level. Because really what we chat all about is at the end of the day the conversation that's going on in your head. So she's going to give you all of the tools and the hacks on how to get the confidence that you need. So Heather is not only the author of the confidence creator book, but she also has an incredible personal brand called boss in heels. And she says Boston heels means a few things to me when people hear the term boss oftentimes, they think of a stoic male figure to me. Boston heels is Representative of being Yael. And for me that means celebrating that I am a woman while still commanding respect and delivering results in the workplace. Boston heels is about treating employees partners and clients well and having a vested interest in their success. Boston heels is a more modern way of Leany leading. And she says her personal brand is meant to empower women and give them the insight in tips. She longed for as a young professional. This woman has an incredible background in sales that we talk about and she just had so many incredible pivots that. I know you're going to love all of the different things that she shares about how she got to this place that she's at now in how this entrepreneur life is actually fairly new to her. So all of you guys who are in that position of really wanting to create a personal brand or start something new or pivot in your life. Whether that's a personal journey your professional.